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Daily Inspiration

The avoidance of loneliness, heartbreak and helplessness over others and outcomes is often at the root of controlling, compliant, resistant or addictive behavior. It is helpful to learn to name the feeling we are trying to avoid. When we name it, we can allow it, acknowledge it, embrace it, bring love and compassion to it, and then release it to Spirit. Denying it keeps us stuck. Naming it allows us to manage it, release it and take loving action in our own behalf.

By Dr. Margaret Paul

"Before you book your next vacation or purchase that luxury item - invest in going to an Inner Bonding Intensive. It's life changing at its best!" Couples Intensive, Santa Fe, 8/04
Cindy Shore

'Great opportunity to learn the life long process of Inner Bonding. Very open and supportive and kind atmostphere.' Santa Barbara Intensive, 2.13


Danielle Smith

'It was amazingly transformative - safe, grounded, practical, and yet tapping into a depth at personal, transpersonal, and spiritual healing.  Margaret Paul is very skilled and very wise as a therapist yet her work feels truly guided by spirit.  I have done many years of therapy & 12-step programs as well as become a therapist myself & here I was able to access & release some trapped beliefs & trauma that I had not been able to work through before.' Dolores, CO Intensive, June, 2009
Robin L. Richardson

"The best thing I've ever done for myself. It has evolved my soul. Truly miraculous!" Couples Intensive, Santa Fe, 8/04
Cynthia Collins

"This is a rare gift which Spirit has brought to us through Margie. She is a model of courage, dedication and compassion. Now, it is up to us to do our work." Santa Fe, NM - April 2002
David E. Watson

"Amazing, Amazing! I found an unequaled connection to everyone here, and more importantly, to myself. Thank you so much, Margie. Loved the center! Santa Fe, New Mexico - 4/2001
Kacie Stetson

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.

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