Daily Inspiration

Shame ends when you let go of believing you cause others' behavior and accept your lack of control over others' unloving behavior. Thinking there is something wrong with you is a way to avoid the heartache and loneliness of others' rejection.

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"I felt very safe. I had my cute and fun sides reflected back to me. I needed to see these authentic reflections in order to see myself. I leave this intensive knowing I have gained a great deal. After all the atoms realign themselves, I will be much more whole. I feel this process occurring. I feel more centered, more joyful and hopeful that I can leave here an deal with important challenges and relationships in a healthier way." Lucerne Valley, CA June, 2000
Leitha Spetzler

"Transformational Beyond Words!  My heart and soul and true essence overflow with love and gratitude.  I'm so eager and excited to go home and do Inner Bonding, and share this with my husband & son, and most of all MYSELF at any given moment." Kripalu Workshop, 9/08
Margaret Dean Godhard

'It has been a warm & opening, safe experience. It has given me tools to use & belief that I can find & keep the light inside alive & thriving.' 5-Day Intensive, 10.15 - Loveland, CO


Valerie Lott

"Challenging and invigorating, eye opening and heart opening, authentically loving and fun, life changing and enhancing." Ossining, NY - August 25-29, 2000
Sheila Mcgarey

'I read the Inner Bonding steps before I came, but now I understand them much better.  I can identify my wounded self now and I understand what my core feelings are.  I was feeling very lonely and my wounded self was telling me I was unloveable and I would be alone forever.  I am learning that I am loveable and I have the ability to make myself happy.  I don't need others to bring happiness to me.'  Weekend Workshop - Anaheim Hills, CA 3.14


Judy Catherall

"We were honored to have you with us a couple of weeks ago, and we thank you for sharing your work with us. I've heard fine things about the workshop, which I always like. I respect the integrity of what you're doing and the way you're doing it...Thank you for doing your work with such creativity, style and grace. The world is a better place for your being alive, and I honor your work and the vision you share with such generosity." Rowe Conference Center, April 2000
Rev. Douglas Wilson

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