Daily Inspiration

The basic law of our existence is that we each have free will. In each moment we get to choose our intent - who we want to be: loving or unloving, open or closed, learning or protected, in surrender to Spirit or attempting to control. If you do not embrace your free will, you will feel like a victim. Today, notice your intent and who you choose to be, moment by moment.

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"This workshop reminded me to look inside myself for the seed of self-love.  Since learning about this process, I've reconsidered all the ways I've abandoned myself and started thinking about how much I need to water that seed, and really nurture it inside myself so that I can show up in relationships in a healthy way.'  Kripalu Workshop - Lenox, MA, 9.13


Kimberly Dessureault

"After doing Inner Bonding for six months it was valuable to hear the process explained from beginning to end.  Being new to this process it was amazing to share this process so intimately with others." Kripalu Workshop, Lenox, MA, 10/09
Linda Montecalvo

"I have done much work before but this goes right to the essence of what it means to (be)come human."
Van Houte Johannes

"I've had 'Inner Bonding' (the book) for over six months, read it and started practicing what I learned from it. Being able to attend the workshop was a continuation badly needed. The personal delivery of all the information, the sharing of Margaret's experience and the 'sessions' carried during the workshop, added a special dimension to what I got from her book. [Margaret is] a wonderful, sensitive human being, to say nothing of her wit and quick mind!" Toronto Workshop, April, 2000
Raquel Baranyai

"I am intrigued by what I learned at the workshop and I look forward to going home and practicing the steps in the real world. I feel like I have the chance at finally finding true happiness and contentment. Rowe was a great place to learn!"
Kathy Magovern

"Was a painful but enriching experience. It helped unblock whatever was blocked. It game me new tools to deepen my growth process. Enjoyed it all. [Margaret was] excellent! Peaceful. Explains very clearly. I enjoyed listening to her." Toronto Workshop, April, 2000
Suxanne Lafleur

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