If you would like to download these questions for personal use, please use the download button above. The document is opened as an Adobe .pdf file. In the upper-left corner, click Save and select the location on your computer where you want to save the file. 8. The four agreements seem to be common sense. Do you think it is easy or difficult to practice these agreements? Has the practice of one or more of the four agreements changed your life? My love of reading + self-discovery pushed me to create a BOOK CLUB in Chicago :). Every month I share with you an overview of the questions//discussion requests so you can either use #1] the invitations for the newspaper or #2] catch the CHAARG girls near you + organize your own CHAARG Book Club! #2] Why do you think that the four agreements, although they are so simple, are difficult to respect? We are creatures of attachment – we are so attached to our ideas, opinions and perspectives. These guidelines are a matter of letting go! #1] Which of the four agreements is most in your place? 1. In the four agreements, Mr Miguel Ruiz introduces the concept of “domestication”. What are some examples of how you were domesticated as a child? If you are a parent, are you aware of how you domesticate your children? #7] Right now – Who are you? How do you feel? What do you think? What do you think? Think of yourself in 5 years.
Maybe in 50 years. Who do you want to be, how will you feel? #8] “A sin is everything you do that goes against you.” Self-repretation is the greatest sin you commit – how do you deny yourself? What for? Pema Chödrön: How to strengthen our resilience#13] “We need to stand up + be human. Honor to the man or woman that you are. Respect your body, appreciate your body, love your body. Nourish, cleanse + heal your body. Train + do what makes your body feel good. THAT`S RIGHT. How to manifest this quote in everyday life? 3. Describe what Don Miguel means by “image of perfection.” Why does it cause so much suffering? What is your image of perfection? How does this image affect your happiness? #11] Always doing your best is being aware of your choices.
There are no bad decisions – there are good decisions and learning choices. You`re never stuck when you make a decision. Is there something you need to make a decision about? 6. The third agreement is: “Don`t make assumptions.” Give some examples of why assumptions can cause so much suffering. Do you start from the most significant scenarios? 7. The fourth chord is, “Always do your best.” What are some examples of how the practice of this agreement would change your life? Do you have too much tendency to push yourself? Do you know when you did your best? #3] What do you think “personal freedom”? Live in accordance with your supreme self – no judgment, fear or jealousy. #10] We assume that partners/friends know what we want. We must defend our desires. How can we know if we desire something “selfish”? Discuss the importance of communication + all the lessons you have learned from conversations. 4.
The first agreement is: “Be blameless with your word.” Can you explain why this agreement is so powerful? Are you aware of the power of your word? What are some of the ways you have experienced the power of speech in your life? #5] “We soon develop the need to attract other people`s attention to get the reward. We begin to act as if we are not what we are not just to please others – we reward ourselves when we are “the good girl”. We will punish our enemies if we are not…