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"Don Miguel Ruiz Jr.'s beautifully written mini-guide, The Five Levels of Attachment, is intended to follow up his father's bestseller, don Miguel Ruiz Sr.'s The Four Agreements.
Both authors are known as naguals, masters of transformation of the ancient system of Toltec wisdom, specifically the "Eagle Night" lineage. The Five Levels of Attachment cites a collection of Ruiz Sr. quotes, Don Quixote passages, and personal adventures of the author himself to illustrate his points and help readers relate.
The five levels addressed are: Authentic Self, Preference, Identity, Internalization, and Fanatacism. Ruiz Jr. very simply lays out how our personal belief systems are conditioned from a very early age. We naturally develop preferences and make judgments as well. This book will walk readers through essays to question their own beliefs and look outside the box of their personal attachments. Ruiz Jr. provides simple steps for readers to take action, pausing before jumping to conclusions and giving them permission to experience an alternate story to their conditioned "attachments" that can be applied in any situation.
The concepts discussed are not new, but Ruiz Jr. brings a fresh, very masculine and straightforward approach to changing thoughts and behavior that will result in powerful spiritual growth."--Allyson Gracie, Wellness Specialist, Retailing Insight, March 2013
I enjoyed reading this book and will recommend it to my closest friends.
Don Miguel Ruiz, Jr conveys ancient message throught the lToltec teachings using simple metaphors helping readers relate to his message.
I can love without feeling deeply hurt when it's not returned in the way I want or need it to be returned.
If you have read any of Miguel Ruiz's books, you are going to like this one also. The Toltecs were very smart people. Shame there are not more of them alive today.Published 13 days ago by Scott
Great work, I went thru much of this hiking the Appalachian trail this year. It's so nice to grasp in words what I felt. Thank you. I am love. On PurposePublished 15 days ago by Eric
This book probably wouldn't have been published if the author didn't have a famous dad. It is an alright book, but I picked it up thinking it was the elder Don Miguel Ruiz-- but... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Mrs Reese's Pieces
I loved this book. It is not a difficult read and it opens one to truths that can be easily seen through the guidance provided by don Miguel Ruiz Jr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. D. Croup