Don Miguel Ruiz, the author of the classic The Four Agreements and one of the most influential spiritual leaders in the world today, offers students of mystery a new path of knowledge through the most powerful force in the uni-verse: love.
We all think we know what love is. We know it from the songs, romantic comedies and stories that we have been told since childhood. But what if love is not what we have been taught to believe? How can we transcend the idea of love that has been instilled in us, and how can we overcome the habits of a lifetime and discover a pure, unconditional love?
Don Miguel Ruiz and Barbara Emrys show us that it is possible to love others and ourselves much more authentically and generously. One by one, Don pulls back the veils that prevent us from glimpsing the true nature of love so that we can transcend the idea that has been programmed into us.
Through the transformative power of awareness and attention, we will learn to see beyond our stories about love-those that we are told, but also those that we tell ourselves-so that we can change the way we think and react. Once you set the illusions aside, you can see yourself as pure energy and also decide where to direct that energy.
And when the energy of love rules your existence, amazing transformations are possible in every moment.
'A truly beautiful book on many levels and one we can all learn from.' - Phenomena Magazine
Don Miguel Ruiz is a renowned spiritual teacher, and international bestselling author. His bestsellers include The Four Agreements (New York Times Bestseller for more than a decade), The Fifth Agreement, The Mastery of Love, The Circle of Fire and The Voice of Knowledge. Don has spent the past three decades guiding students to personal freedom through his profound insights into the nature of human reality.
Barbara Emrys began an apprenticeship with Don Miguel Ruiz 25 years ago. Her shamanic training as well as her many years of work as a teacher of Toltec Dreaming have given her unique insights into human behaviours and an artistic approach to life. She co-authored Toltec Art of Life and The Three Questions with Don Miguel.
Mind, Body, Spirit: thought & practice