Agreement Of Happiness

Agreement Of Happiness

“We also judge others on our image of perfection and, of course, they fall short of our expectations. We disgrace ourselves just to please others. We even harm our physical bodies to be accepted by others. […] That`s why we`re living in a dream of hell, and we`re looking for a way to turn this into a dream from heaven. To escape our dream of hell, we must break old agreements based on fear and regain our freedom and power. The four agreements help us break all our old agreements. Finding the essence of happiness is not in the search for happiness at all. Rather, it is the choice to live right now, to enjoy the choice of activities, to accept yourself as they are and to make your own life. He is in the making of pursuit plans and dreams. It`s in full presence with the people you love. His flexibility, his spontaneity and his mood! The fourth agreement is about the action of the first three: always do your best. Ruiz`s message finally resonates with the teachings of the Dalai Lama. Ruiz says at the end of his book: “The world is very beautiful and very wonderful.

Life can be simple when love is their way of life. You can be affectionate all the time. It`s your choice. You may have no reason to love, but you can love because love makes you so happy. Love in action produces only happiness. Love will give you inner peace. It`s going to change your perception of everything. […] Perhaps we cannot escape the fate of man, but we have a choice: to suffer our destiny or to enjoy our destiny. Suffer, love and be happy. Living in hell or living in heaven.

My choice is to live in paradise. What`s yours? ” – Chris Alarcon`s passion for writing is to inspire other millennials who work to achieve financial happiness while turning into the best version of herself. Take his FREE 6 tried morning routine rituals Checklist. You can see more of his work here. The structure of the four chords is like an oreo: the chords are wedged between spiritual leadership and thought. At the beginning of the book, Ruiz begins with a Toltec mythology and the introduction of the term “the dream of the world”: it is an important condition for understanding the meaning of the chords themselves. This happiness based on action, this appreciation of the process on the result and appreciation to give the best of ourselves, we also find it in the writings of psychologist and researcher Martin Seligman. In his book Flourish: A New Understanding of Happiness and Well-being, Seligman denies simplistic ideas of happiness and proposes how people can thrive. Ruiz describes how the adoption of the four agreements frees a person from his inner judge and victim. If a person is always “irrepressible with his word,” it means that he agrees never to speak negatively about others.

The person is already good enough, so they don`t need to post comments that make others bad to make themselves look better. When a person “never takes something personal,” they agree that other people`s comments – that the person is too “fat” or “ugly” or “stupid” – are not true, they simply reflect the need for others to judge. The person already accepts himself as he is, so that the judgments of other people are irrelevant. When a person does not make “assumptions,” he agrees to always communicate clearly and ask for clarity, without fear of mocking or judging, instead of filling the gaps with what he believes to be true and which acts on the basis of those ideas. For example, if a woman thinks her husband should already know what she`s thinking, she`ll probably get upset if he doesn`t act as he expects (let`s say she wants affection, but he doesn`t give her a hug, then she`ll get upset). However, if they agree to share their needs and desires, rather than considering that their spouse should know only what the other wants, they will have a healthier relationship, based on honesty and clarity, rather than on misunderstandings and conflicts.


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