His best-known book, The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold about 10 million times in the United States and has been translated into 46 languages. The book advocates the personal freedom of convictions and agreements we have made with ourselves and with others, which create use and unhappiness in our lives.  It was broadcast on the television show Oprah.  The four chords are: we must break many old chords and change many domesticated beliefs to really keep a space for someone who hurts us or who is angry without judging to withdraw, defend, accuse, intellectualize, share their dream. If your faith creates deep happiness in you, then I say, keep it. If they cause trouble, if the beliefs of others are different, consciousness can leave you with the choice of what you believe and what you let go. Many of our convictions, our concepts, our agreements were nourished to us as “truth” when we were young, and we accepted them literally and completely. The beginning of the four chords is about how we were domesticated by our caregivers in a “dream” of life. The only dream they gave us was the one they lived, which they received most often from their parents, etc. I`m on the third book and I understand the concepts because they explain much of the method I learned to create change. It`s not a manipulation, it`s that the result of a given situation changes depending on how it is perceived, how you feel and react. The consequences are always different in the case of positive interaction. We learn all kinds of negative behaviors.
Again, I found that if you remove the story and find out, the lesson out there makes perfect sense. If you conduct negative behavior with love and forgive the person who makes you feel unjustly punished or abused, there is nothing left to react to, but in a positive way. You remove everything else and all that`s left is the truth, and you can rewrite every trauma and how you will react to it in the future. They`re breaking the pattern. You will become an exception. Journalism helps. How did I feel? What for? Where did I feel like that at first? It takes a lot of soul search to happen yourself, and it takes you here and now to find a pattern of learned behavior. I deleted many of these grounds from my life to be happy.