During my separation with my ex-husband he purchased these books for me. He said they were a good read, and considering he's not a reader I couldn't wait to begin one of them!
There are three in this set, and they are all related to each other. In The Mastery of Love, the author repeats over and over that love is the only thing that can provide happiness. The Toltecs believe everything is made of love. The only way to master love is to practice love. It all revolves around us as an individual.
In the book The Four Agreements there are four rules to live by: Be impeccable with your word, don't take anything personally, don't make assumptions, and finally, always do your best. Each of these is detailed in separate chapters, and he notes that if we make these become habits that we practice on a daily basis, our lives will be richer.
In the book The Voice of Knowledge, he takes us back to when we were little; before we even acquired a language. We were pure before learning to talk and to understand spoken words. However, once we learn how to speak and to put meaning behind words, then we become contaminated with knowledge that is riddled with lies. This book suggests that we go back to the way we were before language poisoned our perceptions of ourself and helps us to find that inner peace that we all strive for but not all are fortunate to find.
Catherine Jean Schoenbauer-Humphrey, author of When the Smoke Clears-How to Survive and Be Better Off With or Without Your Cheating Spouse