At first, Ruiz describes the true origin of “the human beings.” Men who are essentially of God are pure light, pure love, and we are all divine beings. But the belief systems in which we are born indoctrinate our minds and make us forget our divinity. Ruiz calls this process “domestication”: the agreements that we unconsciously form, which subject us to senseless unhealthy behaviors that create hell on earth. It reveals the control of the mind and the harmful messages we receive as children, which end up developing a distorted consciousness and unhappiness. Hypocrisy and judgment about ourselves and others creates unnecessary fear of living our dreams and fears to express who we really are. After making it clear that we are not maximizing our full potential for happiness and freedom, Ruiz proposes a solution to misery; a path to healing and healthy belief systems. With only 4 chords, Ruiz teaches us how to implement new ideologies, how to love oneself, to forgive ourselves and to forgive others. I really enjoyed the four chords, which I often recommend to people who aren`t fans of self-improvement books that they find too angular: if it was a book to read, it would be this one. Easy to understand, straight to the point… Don Miguel Ruiz approaches the law of attraction, the idea that language is creative, the need to be authentic, to control our emotions and to learn to forgive to win happiness.

It`s pretty thorough! In “The Four Accords,” the author proposes to follow four key principles to eliminate the suffering of our human experience and transform it into happiness. Essay on the importance of women`s education. India is the second largest country in the world in terms of population. But when it comes to education, it is a backward country. In the past, women have not received any training. They were not allowed to come out of the four walls of their homes. Domestic work was his only training. During British rule in India, some noble social thinkers devoted their time to educating women in our country. Raja Ram Mohan Ray, Iswara Chandra Vidyasagar was famous reformer who focuses on women`s education.