Amari Magdalena has released Beyond the Four Agreements: Mastering the Inner Shields of Transformation. (168 pages, $22.99 hardcover, $13.95 paperback.) For more information, visit here.
Arizona writer, Amari Magdalena has released a new self-awareness book on utilizing ancient wisdom to achieve inner-healing and outer happiness.
In a world where outer relationships fracture and fail regularly, Amari presents practical tools for healing the most important inner relationship of self. Beyond the Four Agreements builds a bridge between two Toltec Masteries-the Mastery of Awareness and the Mastery of Transformation. Expanding on The Four Agreements and ways in which unhealed parts of self sabotage the agreements, Amari takes the reader on a guided adventure through a series of activities designed to awaken qualities within that are often projected onto others as unrealistic relationship expectations. Wonderful life-long tools are provided to foster the health of each of four inner personas that govern happiness and contentment. These personas endow the original four agreements with life-changing transformational actions. Learning to develop complimentary vs. compensatory relationships is an outgrowth of the healing benefits of Beyond the Four Agreements.
With the marriage of The Four Agreements and Beyond the Four Agreements the ultimate Toltec Mastery of Love can be achieved. Moving through the conundrum of Judge and Victim, Beyond the Four Agreements provides a road map for deep healing with dialog, humor, and practical exercises.
Amari Magdalena is an internationally renowned shaman who has fostered demystifying shamanism for people of all walks of life. She teaches and lectures on the benefits of daily earth-based practices for creating inner peace and ultimate tribal healing. Magdalena is the Founder/Director of The Institute for Shamanic Synthesis, a school without walls, established in 1995 to promote cross-cultural shamanism. She was an early apprentice of Don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements. Amari produced and hosted the radio show “Shaman Talk.”
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