Workshop: Don Miguel Ruiz Jr. - Five Levels of Attachment

Saturday, August 17, 2013 - 1:00pm to 3:30pm

Co-Sponsored by A Band of Women

Tickets: $45 in advance, $50 at the door (book not included)
Corte Madera store - 1:00-3:30 pm

We have all unwittingly made agreements about how we choose to live our lives and what we believe our personal truths are. But what we may not realize is that each one of these agreements represents an attachment, a limiting filter on who we think we are, and what the future could hold. We call these attachments “knowledge” without ever questioning if that knowledge is necessarily true for us. The Five Levels of Attachment: Toltec Wisdom For a Modern World ($18.95) by don Miguel Ruiz, Jr. is a guide to understanding how we have developed our belief structures and how to go about re-evaluating—or even severing—these harmful attachments.

Register now for this limited space workshop! Teaching the principles found in The Four Agreements and The Five Levels of Attachment, don Miguel Ruiz Jr. will teach you how to:

·         Become aware of how you confuse “who you are” with “what you know”

·         Gain awareness of how your attachments have created your reality

·         Stop creating your identity based on the opinions and judgments of others around you

·         Let go of the fear of what you are without your beliefs

·         Make New Agreements that are more in line with your true Authentic Self

Don Miguel Ruiz Jr. is a Nagual, a Toltec Master of Transformation.  He is a direct descendant of the Toltecs of the Eagle Knight lineage and is the son of don Miguel Ruiz.  By combining the wisdom of his family’s traditions with the knowledge gained from his own personal journey, he now helps others realize their own path to personal freedom.



ISBN: 9781938289088
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Hierophant Publishing - March 2013

This is a book that picks up where The Four Agreements left off. Building on the principles found in his father's bestselling book, Ruiz, Jr. explores the ways in which we attach ourselves inappropriately to beliefs and the world.