The Voice of Knowledge: A Practical Guide to Inner Peace (A Toltec Wisdom Book #4)
From the bestselling author of The Four Agreements
In The Voice of Knowledge, Miguel Ruiz reminds us of a profound and simple truth: The only way to end our emotional suffering and restore our joy in living is to stop believing in lies — mainly about ourselves. Based on ancient Toltec wisdom, this breakthrough book shows us how to recover our faith in the truth and return to our own common sense.
Ruiz changes the way we perceive ourselves, and the way we perceive other people. Then he opens the door to a reality that we once perceived when we were one and two years old — a reality of truth, love, and joy.
"We are born in truth, but we grow up believing in lies. . . . One of the biggest lies in the story of humanity is the lie of our imperfection." — don Miguel Ruiz
Praise for The Voice of Knowledge: A Practical Guide to Inner Peace (A Toltec Wisdom Book #4)
“This is a profound book. The Four Agreements and The Mastery of Love are powerful. The Voice of Knowledge makes clear the confusion of our time. Our solution is loving kindness.... You will find the spirit of Christ, Buddha, Moses, Allah, the Tao and Krishna in these pages. Liked it, no. I LOVED IT!” — Bill Cumming, Center for Access to the Power Within
April 1, 2004 – “With more than 2.7 million copies of his The Four Agreements sold, Ruiz returns to readers with a new volume that presents his latest thoughts on the ways and means of inner knowledge and healing. Written in the first person with frequent apostrophic addresses (“You need to challenge every belief that you use to judge yourself, to reject yourself, to make yourself little”), the book moves gracefully and anecdotally from “Adam and Eve: The Story from a Different Point of View” to “The Tree of Life: The Story Comes Full Circle,” with 10 chapters in between, including “The Lie of Our Imperfection,” a chapter that covers “emotional pain as a symptom of abuse” and one on “Writing Our Story with Love” with frequent stops for “Points to Ponder.” For Ruiz, life can be a matter of storytelling, to ourselves and to others. His reflections on the process of how people tell these stories, and how they can change their narratives, draw on the lore of his native Mexico and feel both centered and earned.” — Publishers Weekly