“Listen, see and dare to change your own world. You are pure potential in action.” don Miguel Ruiz
I am so excited to present on October 11 an exclusive interview with world- renowned spiritual teacher don Miguel Ruiz and author of the international bestseller The Four Agreements.
Of the many people’s stories I have heard over the years, don Miguel’s is one of the most fascinating, extraordinary and spiritually profound. During this interview, don Miguel takes us along on his remarkable journey toward spiritual evolution and deeper understanding of ancient Toltec masteries of awareness and transformation in his soon to be released book, The Toltec Art of Life and Death.
Just to tell you a little bit more about don Miguel (and his extraordinary life!), he was born in rural Mexico to parents who were healers and practitioners of ancient Toltec traditions, and a nagual (shaman) grandfather. The Toltec dominated central Mexico between the 10th to 12th century and had a polytheistic religion, considerable astronomical knowledge and were masters in architecture and the arts.
While his family anticipated that don Miguel, as a young man, would carry on the legacy of healing and esoteric Toltec teachings, he instead chose to become a neurosurgeon. But as we all know, life rolls with unpredictability. A near-fatal car crash in the early 1970s resulted in an out-of-body experience, upending his world and causing him to drastically change course, leave medicine and embark on a path of intense self-inquiry and spiritual discovery.
This, subsequently, inspired him to share his deep wisdom and discoveries to help others in a series of widely received and bestselling books. The Four Agreements relates his profound discoveries and mastery of ancient ancestral wisdom, which he has studied with his mother and a powerful shaman during an apprenticeship in the Mexican desert. If you haven’t read it yet, I highly recommend that you do. It’s a beautifully written guide with practical steps for personal transformation and freedom based on ancient Toltec wisdom, and something you will want to keep on your shelf to refer to again and again.
In 2002, life’s unpredictability struck again and don Miguel suffered a near-fatal heart attack. During his time in a nine-week-long coma, he took a profound and mystical inward journey between this world and the next. In The Toltec Art of Life and Death, he relates his story and offers remarkable insights, wisdom and teachings into the nature of life and death—or energy and matter.
Please join me October 11 for an amazing, rare interview that is guaranteed to be an enlightening and transformative experience.