As with similar books, the four chords are better appreciated first-hand than summarized. This is especially true for small ones (like these), which are more synthesis than synthesis. When people are rude to us, it can often stay too long in our heads, and we constantly repeat the words in our minds. If you take things personally, you inadvertently begin to accept the light and make it your own, even if it has nothing to do with you. “The Four Accords” not only gave me the four chords by which I made small positive changes in my life, but the book also helped me understand the process of “domestication” and how this “Domest” shaped my belief systems. To this end, Ruiz proposes four new agreements that he can conclude today with himself: the fourth agreement allows readers to have a better understanding of the progress made in achieving their goals in life. This agreement involves the integration of the first three agreements into daily life and the exploitation of its own potential.  It is a matter of doing the best that can be managed individually, which varies from the different situations and circumstances that the individual may encounter. Ruiz believes that if you judge yourself and do your best at all times, you will be able to avoid remorse.  By integrating the first three chords and doing the best in all facets of life, the individual will be able to lead a life without grief or self-awareness.  In The Four Agreements, a New York Times bestseller for more than seven years, Don Miguel Ruiz revealed how the process of our formation or “domestication” could make us forget the wisdom with which we were born. Throughout our lives, we have made many agreements that go against ourselves and cause unnecessary suffering. We learn how to act and what we should believe and accept as normal.
Ruiz says we should ask ourselves why we accept them and live because we have not chosen these rules and agreements. The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz is a wonderful book for stress management and personal growth. It is written in simple language, but deals with complex topics that can help you make far-reaching changes in your life. From one moment to the next, we allow ourselves to be guided by our values and convictions. The most damaging of these agreements confirm that you are never enough; That you are constantly lagging behind a strange ideal. The result? The agreements you have made, knowingly and unknowingly, are the fundamental source of suffering and aspiration in your life. Worse, they make you a vector of suffering in the world around you. The third agreement describes the question of whether assumptions are made as to how it leads to suffering and why individuals should not participate in doing so.