Daily Inspiration

How often do you take good care of yourself until you are around another person with whom you are in a relationship? How often do you disconnect from yourself and then hope to get love from another? You will feel abandoned whenever you disconnect from yourself, and the other person will feel pulled on to fill you up. Today, practice staying inwardly connected all day.

By Dr. Margaret Paul

Before the intensive I was feeling hopeless and cynical about trying one more thing. After the first day, this workshop had changed my life permanently. What I had thought was a lot of money to spend on a five-day intensive I now will pay willingly and gratefully again and again as I continue to bring Inner Bonding into my life.
Karen Kral

'Dr. Margaret's skills and her loving manner drew out my true essence, helped me see where I am acting out of my wounded child, and above all underscored the importance - the need - to stay connected with Inner Guidance at all times. Living from that center, I feel I have made a transition.  Thank you Dr. Margaret Paul.'  Colorado 5-Day Intensive, 10.13

Phyllis Schafer

"It was a wonderful experience. I learned so very much and believe that what people learn here can radically change the rest of their lives. This is only the beginning to an incredible new life for me. Sharing this experience with me were others searching for answers and a pathway to make the rest of their lives the best years of their lives (and we will!)" Santa Barbara Intensive, 12/05
Kathy I. Norman, Ph.D.

'Going to the Intensive is like chicken soup for the soul.' Santa Barbara Intensive, 2.13

Donna Whitman

"The communal living feels really good - I love that we worked all day. I never felt like I needed more break time because it felt so comfortable to come and go to take care of myself. I love how accessible Margie is - I feel like she is one of us, not one above us, and I appreciate leaders like that - it is wonderful to know that as I continue this process, I become more and more real." Ossining, NY - August 25-29, 2000
Nancy Cronyn

"The experience was very helpful and useful to me in my ongoing struggle to create a healthy relationship with my partner, with whom I have been in relationship for 10 years.  I felt safe & validated and supported in the Intensive by Margaret as well as by all the other participants.  I felt the Intensive was conducted in a very professional and heartful way, and that everyone's boundaries were respected." Colorado Intensive, 10/08
Murray Cion

Support Group

Support groups are periodic meetings where you can get individual help with your Inner Bonding process. Some support groups are in person and others are on the telephone. Dr. Margaret offers a 6-week telephone support group. To join Dr. Margaret's telephone support group, call 888-646-6372.

Date Event Location Hosted By
04/26/2014 12:00 PM NYC IB Support Group New York Mike Moran
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