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Miguel Ruiz: The Four Agreements

  • Jan 7, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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Come and join us on January 7th, 2014 to discover an ancient wisdom of Toltec teachings as captured and interpreted by Miguel Ruiz, a Mexican author. His most famous and influential work, The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 4 million copies. It advocates personal freedom from agreements and beliefs that we have made with ourselves and others that are creating limitation and unhappiness in our lives. Ultimately, it is about finding one's own integrity, self-love, and peace by way of liberating oneself from responsibility for the miseries of others. We will engage in a variety of exploration techniques as we will read, listen to, watch and talk about this unique spiritual teaching. Please RSVP and join us!

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  • Evie W.

    Grateful to have been able to attend. Look forward to more learning & connecting.

    1 · January 7, 2014

    • MARIANNE

      Glad you came. Thanks for sharing! It was very helpful :)

      1 · January 9, 2014

  • John N.

    To me, his teaching dovetail with what Tolle has to teach. It seems there are different ways of getting to an answer to the question, "What's it all about?" We can take different paths and end up at the same destination.

    1 · January 7, 2014

    • MARIANNE

      Yes. Different paths to the same destination-- how to obtain peace and harmony within and with those around us. I think that is what we are striving towards

      1 · January 8, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Another good meeting with practical insights to apply to our everyday lives.

    1 · January 8, 2014

  • steve i.

    Sorry folks...I hate to cancel, especially on such short notice.
    I love the book. It's one of my favorites. But the clock has moved too fast for me today.

    January 7, 2014

  • kelly k.

    I am sorry to cancel with such short notice. I've thrown my back out and can't sit very long. I hope a waiting list person can take my place! I'm sorry to miss this...It is a great book!

    January 7, 2014

    • Dagmar T.

      Kelly, thanks for letting us know; hope your back heals soon. And ditto on the book!

      January 7, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry I will not be able to join this discussion. I hope some one on the waiting list will be able to attend. Per a previous post, noteing all the new members I would love to see additional discussions on Eckhart Tolle

    January 7, 2014

    • Dagmar T.

      Tambra, thanks for letting us know, stay tuned for new meetup postings coming to our web site soon.

      January 7, 2014

  • Morgan Elizabeth G.

    Hi sorry new to the meet up community. What exactly does the "wait list" mean? Am I authorized to attend the group meeting? Thanks.

    January 6, 2014

    • Dagmar T.

      Hi, Morgan, the meeting room at the Library has an attendance cap and we ask all members to manage RSVPs proactively. If they RSVP and can't attend we ask them to un-RSVP which will move the people on the waiting list into the attendance spot in the order they RSVPed. We sometimes have members who still don't make it to the meeting even though they planned so I would say to all on the waiting list to just come; we should be able to accommodate all who come.

      January 6, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Greetings This will be my first meet up with this group. Do we read a portion or the entire book before meeting?

    Thanks

    1 · January 1, 2014

    • Dagmar T.

      Hi, Tambra, and welcome to the group! The group members' level of familiarity with the topics we review usually varies. We will provide some summaries to those not familiar with the subject but usually knowing the topic beforehand (by reading or listening to a book we will refer to) allows for richer conversations. Just come and see how it goes! Thank you!

      January 2, 2014

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