The Mastery of Love: A Practical Guide to the Art of Relationship: A Practical Guide to the Art of Relationship, A Toltec Wisdom Book
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I guess "Don Miguel Ruiz" is the best-known to represent the Toltec philosophy. The link that connects all his books together is based on the idea of considering Life as a collective dream that each person plays the main character in the scene, he is participating in. One's life is the story he is writing according to some images reflected by light reaching his position. This light phenomena is better known to us by "Conscience" or "Awareness". Conflicts occur when two different stories interfere in distributing roles. It is more complicated than this, but this is the simplest approach I can give. of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars The Mastery of Love: A Practical Guide to the Art of Relationship: A Toltec Wisdom Book by Miguel Ruiz Well, I suppose like religion & its many holy books all things are open to interpretation. Many people use some variation of the phrase living in hell/this is hell. Whatever. (Notice I continuously revert to the ever popular HS gibberish "Whatever" throughout this review.)
He keeps expounding on this idea that nothing we ever do is bad or wrong, it’s part of humanities disease.Disclaimer: Not all the material in this book is ludicrous, obtuse, & repetitive. Some of the concepts are practical. Love yourself, your responsible for your own happiness & not an outside source. You're only responsible for your half of a relationship. BC it's only fair, I'll include quotes below. Humans cover themselves, and protect themselves, and when someone says, “You are pushing my buttons,” it is not exactly true. What is true is that you are touching a wound in his mind, and he reacts because it hurts.”
The only way to master love is to practice love. You don't need to justify your love, you don't need to explain your love; you just need to practice your love. Practice creates the master. p71There are humans versus humans in a jungle of predators; humans full of judgment, full of blame, full of guilt, full of emotional poison — envy, anger, hate, sadness, suffering. We create all these little demons in our mind because we have learned to dream hell in our own life.” Love is always kind. Fear is always unkind. [...] Love is always kind, and that kindness makes you generous and opens all the doors. Love is completely responsible. Fear avoids responsibility, but this doesn't mean that it's not responsible.