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The Three Questions: How to Discover and Master the Power Within You Paperback – 25 June 2019
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The beloved spiritual teacher builds on the message of his enduring New York Times and international bestseller The Four Agreements with this profound guide that takes us deeper into the tradition of Toltec wisdom, helping us find and use the hidden power within us to achieve our fullest lives.
In The Four Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz introduced seekers on the path to enlightenment to the tenets of Mesoamerican spiritual culture--the ancient Toltec. Now, he takes us deeper into Native American practice, and asks us to consider essential questions that drive our lives and govern our spiritual power. Three eternal questions can help us into our power and use it judiciously:
- Who am I?
- What is real?
- How do I express love?
At each stage in our lives, we must ask these simple yet deeply profound questions. Finding the answers will open the door to the next stage in our development, and eventually lead us to our complete, truest selves. But as Don Miguel Ruiz makes clear, we suffer if we do not ask these questions--or if we fail to pay attention to their answers--because we either never act on our power or use it destructively. Only when power is anchored in our identity and in reality will it be able to be in synch with the universe--and be of true benefit to ourselves and to others.
The three questions provide a practical framework that allows readers to engage with Ruiz's transformative message and act as a vehicle for overcoming fear and anxiety and discovering peace of mind. An essential guide for all travelers pursuing self-knowledge, understanding, and acceptance, The Three Questions is the next step in our unique spiritual metamorphosis.
"Expansive . . . insightful . . . thought provoking, the book [takes] readers on a journey to self-knowledge, transformation, and truth. . . . Ruiz's [many fans] will not be disappointed." -- Booklist
"Ruiz and Emrys espouse an inner revolution that begins when we ask the first question: 'Who am I?'" -- Spirituality & Health
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From the beloved spiritual teacher of the New York Times bestseller The Four Agreements comes a profound guide that takes us deeper into the tradition of Toltec wisdom, helping us learn to govern our inner worlds and so unleash the hidden power within us.
In The Three Questions, Don Miguel Ruiz asks us to consider the essential questions that drive our lives and govern our mind's spiritual power.
- Who am I?
- What is real?
- What is love?
The three questions offer a practical framework that provides the clear path for overcoming fear and discovering truth, peace of mind, and joy. Ruiz's transformative message, written with his longtime co-teacher Barbara Emrys, will serve as an essen-tial guide for all travelers pursuing self-knowledge, understanding, and acceptance. The Three Questions is the next step in our unique spiritual metamorphosis.
- Publisher : HarperOne; Reprint edition (25 June 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 208 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0062391089
- ISBN-13 : 978-0062391087
- Dimensions : 1.42 x 12.7 x 18.42 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,083,311 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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