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.  Don Miguel Ruiz, author of the Four Accords, takes us to a mystical place where he finds inspiration: Teotihuacén, Mexico – the ancient city of the pyramids outside Mexico City, known as the place where «man becomes God». The four chords are based on the wisdom of toltec,… In addition to demhur`s book and book, there is also an eBook, a four-colour picture book, a card game and an online course.  The four agreements are provided in an easily understandable manner and apply to everyday life. The concept of living in a dream is also easy to assimilate.
The only agony I had was with the last 11 minutes, where he gives a prayer «Christan» that sounds in total contradiction with the wisdom of Toltec given in the rest of the book. This end made me doubt the credibility of the authors. I recommend to listen until prayer, then stop and you will be satisfied with the wisdom of the Toltec tradition. Our personal power is based on the agreements we make and we often make these agreements to please others instead of being true to ourselves. In doing so, we will give you our personal strength. In the Four Accords, it is a matter of regaining our personal power by being authentic and holding on to our true self. The four chords are: 1) Be impeccable in your word, 2) Don`t take anything personally, 3) Don`t make assumptions, and 4) Always do your best. These agreements are certainly simple, but far from simple. Ruiz encourages readers to practice these chords every day and forgive us if we are not perfect.