Daily InspirationMany 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. By Dr. Margaret Paul
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Our intent is what governs how we feel and behave. When our intent is to protect against pain with some form of controlling behavior - trying to control our feelings, others and outcomes - we en... (click to see more)
Watch the Process and Other Inner Bonding Videos for Members Only
Welcome to the member's only video review of the Six Steps of Inner Bonding, and the "Watch the Process" videos. These videos are here to suppor to you in deepening your understanding of the Inner Bonding process. These videos are not currently compatible with Android devices.
The Six Steps of Inner Bonding
Step 1 of Inner Bonding: Willingness to Feel Pain and Take Responsibility for Your Feelings
Step Two of Inner Bonding: Moving Into the Intent to Learn
Step Three of Inner Bonding: Dialoguing With Your Inner Child
Step Four of Inner Bonding: Dialoguing With Your Spiritual Guidance
Step Five of Inner Bonding: Taking Loving Action
Step Six of Inner Bonding: Evaluating the Action
Watch the Process
These are videos of Inner Bonders demonstrating the Six-Step process, or different aspects of the process.
We wish to thank all of the volunteers who agreed to share their process through video.
If you cannot see these videos you will need to download the Quicktime player from Apple.com.
Click on each link below to see the video.
Sessions with Dr. Margaret