"There is only one agreement left, but it is one that allows the other three to become entrenched habits. The fourth agreement is about the action of the first three: always do your best. If you like the job or the job you do, you will do your best without even trying. Your work will feel effortless and you will get much better results. This final agreement will help you increase the power of other agreements while stripping yourself of old patterns. "The third agreement is not an assumption. We tend to make assumptions about everything. The problem with the hypothesis is that we think they are the truth. One could swear that they are real. Why not try to break one of the hundreds or thousands of agreements you have now? Maybe you`re thinking you`re not good at painting — break the watercolors and have fun creating something. By gradually continuing the process, you can change things gradually for the better. "The first agreement is the most important and the most difficult to respect. It is so important that with this first agreement, you will be able to reach the level of existence that I call heaven on earth.
The first agreement is to be blameless with your word. In this article, we will present a brief summary of The Four Agreements, a fascinating book by Don Miguel Ruiz. But first, a few words about why you should care. Ruiz explains that this agreement is certainly the most important, but that the most difficult thing is to respect it.  For this agreement, Ruiz first analyzes the word "irreprocible." The perfectly irreproachable word comes from the Latin word peccatus, which means "sin," and the term "im" at the beginning of blame is the Latin prefix meaning "without." Ruiz describes a sin as all that goes against himself, and therefore to be impeccable with language is to assume the responsibility of one and without judgment against oneself and against the other.  This agreement focuses primarily on the importance of speaking with integrity and carefully choosing the words before saying it out loud.  The four agreements show us that there is another way. By freeing ourselves from the structures and expectations of society, we can enter into new agreements for ourselves. Here are my favorite excerpts from Don Miguel Ruiz`s chapter on the third chord (in "The Four Accords"): the cerebral fog or chaos of Mitote leads us to see and hear what we want to see and hear. Dreams are destroyed if they are based on assumptions. If the truth is revealed, the dreamer is devastated. Assumptions about your relationship can be fatal.