The Four Agreements - Don Miguel Ruiz & Janet Mills

The Four Agreements

By Don Miguel Ruiz & Janet Mills

  • Release Date: 2010-01-18
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 1,537 Ratings)
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In The Four Agreements, bestselling author don Miguel Ruiz reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless suffering. Based on ancient Toltec wisdom, The Four Agreements offer a powerful code of conduct that can rapidly transform our lives to a new experience of freedom, true happiness, and love.

•  A New York Times bestseller for over a decade
•  Over 6.4 million copies sold in the U.S.
•  Translated into 40 languages worldwide


  • Peace of Mind

    By Xqueenx10
    This book helps you understand life in a different way!
  • Absolutely stunning

    By KarmalApples
    I'm currently reading this book and I believe it is one of the most important things I've ever done. A huge life changer, for the better. Whenever I read it I have such an unrivaled feeling of peace and warmth, and it provides some of the wisest life advice you will ever hear. I'd absolutely recommend this book to anyone who's lost or wants to live a better life.
  • Very disappointing book

    By Splash1993
    I am very disappointed with this book. The beginning started out ok. Based on past books I've read, books usually start out slow and get better after a couple chapters when the plot is setup but it was not the case with this book. The second half of the book was specially frustrating for me as it seemed the author kept repeating the same message over and over again. It was draining to read to say the least. The last 100 pages I was able to read in around an hour because I was looking for any sort of insightful information that would cause me to slow down my reading and contemplate a little more but it just didn't happen. Very surprised that this book got the reviews it did and I felt compelled to write my first ever book review because of how bad this book actually was. Read at your own risk.
  • Epic:

    By sarah.westbrook
    This book has changed my life.
  • The four agreements

    Great book recommend this book for all who seek knowledge about themselves and to find happiness
  • Life changing

    By MissCasanova03
    I thank the Creator for leading me to this book. At Life Study/Bible Study, Apostle Michael Waller [from Christ Life Disciple Assembly in Federal Way, WA] recommended our church to read it. I encourage you to read it and to study the part(s) that resonate with you the most..then be sure to encourage your family & friends! Grace & peace!
  • Simple and Profound

    By leewillie
    Easy to read. Easy to understand. Sound principles to guide us to a happier life. Enjoy
  • Amazing !

    By dj sumi
    Absolutely beautiful ! Very touching words the book from the beginning gives amazing examples of what the four agreements are the authors wrote in a very conversational manner that truly makes the reader understand from different perspectives ! Everyone should read ! Salaam ! ✌🏻️
  • Great read

    By @mek_4real
    Short and simple, easy to pick up and read and doesn't take weeks to finish
  • Joyful

    By germanromeo
    It's been a while since I took out some time to sit and read a book in less than a day. I don't even believe I have ever highlighted as much as I just have in the last couple of hours. I am overcome with emotions I cannot explain, however I do feel a lot of peace within. As I type these words I have tears in my eyes, I have learned a lot.. and I'm sure I will have to scan through the book again to begin embedding these words into my mind. Someone I was in disagreement with sent me this book, and at first when I began reading it I wondered why would they send me this? Have they even read anything in this book? Because their poisonous words and actions toward me were not in alignment with this book. But then I had to stop myself. Whatever is done to me, I cannot control.. but I can control my emotions towards it. Instead of me adding fuel to the fire I could've simply let it go, and continued to just love as this book states. If I felt in any way that I was being abused, I could've simply walked away. You have to accept people the way they are, and if you can't then you must move on.. in order for you to continue living in perfect harmony with self.