The Fifth Agreement
Wisdom, whether newly found or ancient, has the capacity to transform lives. Joining us today to share information about Toltec wisdom, and not only the Four Agreements, but also The Fifth Agreement, is author and speaker Don Jose Ruiz. It's a fascinating hour with an incredible man sharing wisdom that applies to us all.

If you haven't read the book The Four Agreements, you may be unfamiliar with the view of our true natures from the perspective of Toltec wisdom. The book The Fifth Agreement includes additional information about the original four agreements and also covers the fifth agreement to help us better understand the flow of life, our roles within it, and even where the lines divide between reality and dreams.

What do all of these agreements mean for us? Listen in and find out, it truly is an enlightening hour and you won't want to miss a moment of it!  Don't miss out on the extra special bonus segment, it's spectacular!

For more about Don Jose, his father Don Miguel, their books, and all of the incredible work they're doing in the world, please visit www.miguelruiz.com. And you can find The Fifth Agreement on the ibookstore, Amazon.com, and booksellers everywhere!


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