What Type Of Book Is The Four Agreements

I`m on the third book and I understand the concepts because they explain much of the method I learned to create change. It`s not a manipulation, it`s that the result of a given situation changes depending on how it is perceived, how you feel and react. The consequences are always different in the case of positive interaction. We learn all kinds of negative behaviors. Again, I found that if you remove the story and find out, the lesson out there makes perfect sense. If you conduct negative behavior with love and forgive the person who makes you feel unjustly punished or abused, there is nothing left to react to, but in a positive way. You remove everything else and all that`s left is the truth, and you can rewrite every trauma and how you will react to it in the future. They`re breaking the pattern. You will become an exception. Journalism helps. How did I feel? What for? Where did I feel like that at first? It takes a lot of soul search to happen yourself, and it takes you here and now to find a pattern of learned behavior. I deleted many of these grounds from my life to be happy. Here too, I insist on self-improvement.

You have to want to change and be healthy enough to do the job. When I was talking to someone who showed the emotional vibration of the legend, less than at least anger (shame and lack of self-esteem.) I would recommend professional advice before trying self-improvement methods. You must realize that no one can take everything away from you if you have the ability of love to be loved and to know love. I highly recommend these books. I like what you`re saying. If you`ve written a book about your spontaneous chords, I`ll read it. Points to Be Aware Of: This is good advice to help you become less responsive, defensive and retaliatory, but keep it in balance. While everyone has their own prejudices and there is no real objectivity, you can, by never taking anything personally, your ability to see your own negative patterns and biased ideas, really limit and work towards the development of healthier models and lucid thoughts. As Scott Peck says in The Road Less Traveled: “The problem of distinguishing between who we are and what we are not responsible for in this life is one of the greatest problems of human existence.” Feeling is also what we do with intuition.