Are you a “normie” or an “addict”?

by Leo Van Warmerdam

When I first started sharing The Four Agreements in group sessions within the recovery field, people in the groups would invariably ask me, “Are you in recovery, or are you a 'normie'?”

The first time I heard the word “normie,” I had to ask what it meant...

The second agreement: Don’t take anything personally

By Therese Borchard

Don’t take anything personally. That’s the second agreement of Don Miguel Ruiz’s classic, “The Four Agreements.” I ...

The first and most important agreement

by don Miguel Ruiz with Janet Mills

The first and most important of The Four Agreements is be impeccable with your word. The word is your power of creation, and that power can be used in more than one direction. One direction is impeccability, where the word creat...

Domestication: Part 2 of 2

In the process of domestication, you learn that you need to be a certain way in order to be accepted, and because it’s not okay to be what you are, you start pretending to be what you are not. You form an image of what...

The Four Agreements – Lesson 9 of 10 – The Fourth Agreement: Always Do Your Best

This video from The Four Agreements Online Course explores the fourth and final agreement: “Always do your best.” The first three agreements are in the realm of the virtual reality, but the fourth agreement is in the realm of the physical. Do. Take action. “Always...

Tom Brady and “The Four Agreements”

In this ESPN video that aired on national television, Brady says the principles in The Four Agreements have become a “mantra for his life.” Later on, in The Wall Street Journal article by Jason Gay entitled: “Meet Tom Brady’s shaman — the Patriots quarterback’s obsession...


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