Don Miguel Ruiz

Living a Life of Awareness

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Readers are invited to join don Miguel Ruiz Jr. on a six-month journey of daily lessons that are designed to inspire, nourish and enlighten adherents as they travel along the Toltec path. Drawing on years of apprenticeship under his father and grandmother, don Miguel Ruiz Jr. shares Toltec lessons on Love, Faith, Agreements and most importantly: Awareness. The purpose of each meditation is to guide readers into a deeper understanding of his or her self, as well as the world in which we live. In the introduction to the book, don Miguel Ruiz Jr. reminds readers that progress on the Toltec path is not measured by the acquisition of things, status or even ideas, but rather the complete and total realisation that everything in the world is perfect, exactly the way it is at this moment. "e;Love is accepting ourselves just the way we are, with all of our flaws and our ever-changing belief system. You are nothing else but who you are. You are not the person you were a year ago. You are not the person you will be in a year. You aren't even the person you think you are. You simply are and that must be enough."e; -don Miguel Ruiz Jr. This book will have special appeal to those already familiar with The Four Agreements, The Mastery of Love and The Fifth Agreement, as well as don Miguel Ruiz Jr.'s own book, The Five Levels of Attachment.
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    Татьяна Гавриловаhas quoted5 years ago
    “I am responsible for what I say, but I am not responsible for what you hear.”
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    Every time you label something—a tree, a grocery store clerk, a “good” idea—you've created an image, an abstracted representation, of what that thing is rather than experiencing it directly. You stop seeing the unique expression of this tree or that individual person. Whenever you classify something as “good” or “bad,” you stop looking at it with an open mind.
    Татьяна Гавриловаhas quoted5 years ago
    In this way, you end up valuing someone else's taste preference over your own; you convince yourself that you are not deserving of your own love or acceptance.

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