In part 2 of this 2-part video, we learn more about the book of the law that governs our minds and the inner judge that makes us suffer because we never live up to our “image of perfection.” All our normal tendencies are lost in the process of domestication, and we begin to look for what we have lost. We seek freedom because we are no longer free; we seek happiness because we are no longer happy; we seek beauty because we no longer believe that we are beautiful. What we are looking for is our “self”. With practice, the Four Accords help us restore our “authentic self,” and this is the greatest gift we can give ourselves. Hello, Jefferson. Thank you for continuing to contribute to this discussion. Don Miguel actually writes about good and evil, truth and lies. He also writes about science and causality, in which he is well versed because he has a medical background. I suggest you go straight to the source if you`re really interested, as we all give you second-hand accounts filtered by our own biases.

My feeling is that you will find some value in his writings. Cccc`s comment seems to come from a person who is something high-end. Being really kind and generous doesn`t mean you have to let selfish people crush you. When this happens, you`re probably not as “enlightened” as you think. Seeking what you want in life is neither selfish nor hurting others. Cccc`s point of view seems, quite honestly, very dependent on the code. Feeling is also what we do with intuition. Intuitive thinking is enhanced by clarifying learnable beliefs. You can feel what would make you happy. Look for muscle tests.

Just as an example. I was raised in the Christian faith and I chose to understand from what I read and interpreted and I found the voice of deep knowledge because it allowed me to understand faith in relation to truth in the light of what I had learned from reading the Bible. I had a picture for myself after reading what Don suggested about Genesis. I was drawn to the following. God is love. I am the way of truth and light. As well as the image of a King James Bible that I once possessed, which contained all the teachings of Jesus in a red scripture. These things have indicated to me that healing beliefs are also supported in a book that is over 3,000 years old, and these lessons in forgiveness are also supported by the Toltec Scriptures. I choose not to be drawn to just-false arguments about what I believe because it is a scholarly belief that I have clarified. .