Daily Inspiration

If you go deep inside, you will discover that the hope of all addictive, controlling behavior is to protect you from feeling the loneliness of not being connected with another, and from feeling helpless over others and outcomes, and from the heartache and heartbreak of others' unloving behavior, and from feeling the grief of loss. When you learn to accept and manage these very painful feelings with kindness and compassion toward yourself and through your connection with Spirit, you will heal and find your joy, wholeness and freedom.

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117 ARTICLE(S)
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Dr. Erika and Stryder Update Dr. Erika Chopich
Believing Is Not Only Seeing Tamara Stover
Thinking, Feeling, Willing and the Six Steps of Inner Bonding Francisco Benitez
The Selfishness of Darkness Dr. Margaret Paul
Love: Wholeness Through Holiness Dr. Margaret Paul
Accepting "What Is" Emily Agnew
"This is a Cataclysmic Time!" Dr. Margaret Paul
Shoveling and Self-Love Nancy Swisher, M.A.
My Awareness Of What Is In Me Tamara Stover
Belonging Nancy Swisher, M.A.
Mystics and Gangaji MonteU
The Wanting Mind Dr. Margaret Paul
7 Step "Tongue-in-Cheek" Guide to Never Having an Experience of God Dr. Margaret Paul
Know That You Are Loved MonteU
Your Inner GPS Phyllis
Fear of Death Dr. Margaret Paul
Transforming Fear into Faith Shelley Riutta, MSE, LPC
Praying Dr. Margaret Paul and Dr. Erika Chopich
An Impatient Letter from God by Bo Lozoff Monte U
Controlling God Through Core Shame Dr. Margaret Paul
Expressing Your Love Through Service Dr. Margaret Paul
Finding Spirit though Great Authors Jeff Sillik
God's Plan for Happiness Monte U
How Far Monte U
If It Helps One Person Monte Umphress
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