Four Agreements Often Used For Meetings
Healing is a journey. While each journey is unique, many people struggling with addiction find that structured programs combined with other treatments, such as therapy, counseling, or ongoing support services, can be very effective in helping them achieve long-term recovery. One such program is the “Four Agreements”. Based on ancient Tolèque wisdom and developed by Don Miguel Ruiz, the Four Agreements are a series of principles and guidelines for a fulfilling life with integrity and responsibility. These agreements are for anyone who wants to improve their well-being and are especially useful for those recovering from addiction and are often used with a 12-step program. I know it was written a few years ago. And I still have to take into account some of the author`s misunderstandings about wisdom in “The Four Accords.” Note that the beginning of the book on domestication and dreams is an important preface to understanding the power of new chords. The four chords are simple, but powerful. All you need to do is put them into practice consistently. Here are three places we can start: agreeing with ourselves, not taking things personally (#2), offers us the opportunity to look inward and find and change the old arrangements and beliefs – mostly lies of our childhood domestication – that captivate us emotionally and push us to react. The author of the article describes precisely the “dream” of people that distorts what people say or do. It is a powerful gift of Totec wisdom. Hello, Jarek! My name is Raquel Benavidez.
I take care of the formation of the corporation for the four agreements with Ruiz and Amber Allan editions. I would like to talk to you. Thank you for writing this article. I believe that these agreements can significantly change our business culture and improve our functioning, both in our professional and personal lives. My email address is email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you. One of the most important wisdom teachings of the Tolèque tradition is that we all dream – a unique vision and experience of the universe. It`s at the beginning of “The Four Chords” and my experience is that a lot of people slip through that part and go to the chords. #3. The antidote to making assumptions is to ask questions.
Many of us have been programmed in childhood against such follies, and it can be difficult to change. Many of the assumptions we make about others are used against ourselves. Look at what awaits you. You will be surprised to have a lot of assumptions to make. After all, our brains are so wired – making quick decisions is (or was) vital to survival! It`s easier to make changes if you`re not overwhelmed and can focus on one thing at a time. So just choose an agreement every week for the next four weeks. For example, focus on being blameless with your word and talking about it for an entire week. Or focus on not taking things personally.
We need to break many ancient arrangements and change a lot of domesticated beliefs to really have a space for someone`s violation or anger on us, without judging, withdrawing, defending, accusing, intellectualizing, you share their dream…