Daily Inspiration

Many people seem to feel entitled to get what they want at the expense of others. People with an entitlement issue often attract those with a caretaking issue. The person with the entitlement issue believes he or she deserves to take from others, while the caretaker believes he or she deserves to be taken from. Neither are taking loving care of themselves.

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"Thank you so much Dr. Margaret.  Even though I have been with Inner Bonding for so many years, this course has been a major break through for me.  I can't thank you enough." 9/13


Annette

"The Inner Bonding workshop has helped me learn different tools so I can understand my self and others more efficiently. I am happy to say it was a weekend very well spent. I enjoyed myself." Toronto Workshop, April, 2000
Colette Bertrand

"Wow! I got in touch with my inner child! It's me she's been angry, resentful, sad, joyful about - not the rest of the world. I have abandoned her, ignored her, paid no good attention to her - now I know where my efforts need to be directed - it's scary and enormously hopeful." Kripalu Workshop - Lenox, MA - 5/2001
Suzanne Gluck-Sosis

'I have always suffered from low self-esteem issues and I feel as though a weight has been lifted.  I am excited to put all that I've learned this weekend and put my unloving self-judgments to rest and begin living a more peaceful life.'  Weekend Workshop - Kripalu, Lenox, MA 9.14


Gina Gill

"This has been a wonderful Workshop. The material has been so well-organized. A very thorough presentation of the Inner Bonding principles. Covers a lot of ground in only 2 days." L.A. Workshop, 12/06
Dr. Ilene Krems

I so much appreciated this experience. It became so clear to me that I have been looking externally for love and approval rather than internally. I look forward to not only meeting my [inner] child on a daily basis, but my spiritual guidance as well.
Rosemary Kelly

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