Daily InspirationThe 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
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Biography of our Inner Bonding Administrator, Valerie L.
Valerie has been involved with the Inner Bonding process since 1996 and has been working as Administrator of Inner Bonding since July 2000. While on her healing journey, and having experienced many different paths to the truth, she felt Inner Bonding resonated the most for her. She has attended many Intensives as a participant and even more as an Assistant. She has had the great honor to be assistant to many powerful women - Marianne Williamson (author, lecturer on A Course In Miracles), Lee Grant (Director, Producer, Actress) and Lindsay Wagner (Actress, Humanitarian) who was the one to introduce her to the Inner Bonding process.
When not busy running the show at Inner Bonding, she is pursuing her passion of performing - singing and acting.
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