The Four Agreements - Chapter Six: The Toltec Path to Freedom Summary & Analysis

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Breaking Old Agreements

Everyone talks about freedom and fighting for it. Even in a free society like America, we are not free to be ourselves. Although we blame others for not being allowed to be ourselves, they are not the culprits. It is the individual who keeps him from being himself. He has bought into the big dream and agreed with its beliefs and values.

Little children, four and under, are themselves. They are wild and liberated like flowers and or forest animals. And they are usually happy. If their basic needs are met, they have no worried about the past or future. They live in the present moment. They are fearless – they have no internal Judge yet who controls them and frightens them into being someone else. They are not afraid to love or express themselves. But...

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