The hosted chat is hosted by Dr. Margaret or an Inner Bonding facilitator. Often a subject, such as relationships, addictions, boundaries, or parenting is chosen for the topic. Other times, it is open to any discussion.
Times: The times posted are all Pacific Time.
|04/14/2020 06:00 PM||Hosted Chat: Managing Stress||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|04/21/2020 06:00 PM||Hosted Chat: Staying Peaceful||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|04/28/2020 06:00 PM||Hosted Chat: Letting Guidance Guide You||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|05/05/2020 06:00 PM||Hosted Chat: Letting Go of Control||Dr. Margaret Paul|
The 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
The couples intensive allowed my wife and me to delve deeply into the nature of our 18 year marriage. Through our joint exploration at the intensive, our eyes were more fully opened to the splendor and divinity of our individual souls. This in turn allowed us to more fully embrace the sanctity of possibility that sprouts from our relationship. We left the intensive filled with a sense of wonder, awe and excitement. We revel in the vision of what lies ahead as we join our creative energies to forge a more synergistic, transcendent love.
When we came to our first intensive we were both emotionally drained and ready to walk away from the relationship. Months and months of anger, blaming, shaming, attacking, and withdrawing had taken their toll. We reached our turning point the first day when we both realized the simple truth - through the six steps of the Inner Bonding process - that the real issues were not with the other person, but within our individual selves. Almost miraculously, this simple (simple, not easy!) process not only allowed us to see the real source of our pain, but gave us concrete, incredibly effective tools to change the pain into joy. As a result, we have now reached the deepest most loving space ever in our relationship. Our love is solid and now we have the tools and process to keep it alive.
"This 5-Day Intensive has been the most profound inner experience of my life! It is a very powerful process. And it really works!!! I've learned to be mindful of my feelings, aware of my resistance and compassionate to my inner child, while connecting to my Spiritual Guidance. Inner Bonding changes my life and positively affects the life of my husband and children. I highly recommend it to anyone who is open to learning." Lucerne Valley, CA
"I believe it was one of the most moving, intense moments that I have ever experienced in my life. I think the whole planet should experience this. It would really have people look at themselves and treat others in a more humane way. Thank you very much, Margie." Lucerne Valley, CA, May 2000
Timothy John Boerger
"This has been my third intensive and I'm so full of gratitude. I've healed so much since my last one. I've had so many changes in my life that if someone had told me that this was going to happen, I would have thought they were crazy or mad. Thanks to Inner Bonding,I'm enjoying life more and more and freeing myself gradually of all the blocks, false beliefs and addictions that were deeply instilled in me. Thank you, Margie, thank you God and thanks to myself." February 2002 - Lucerne Valley, CA
This has been a life-changing experience. It was very valuable because it was instrumental in identifying the root cause of many major obstacles in my life. But Inner Bonding not only identifies the problem but provides a methodical means of solving the problem in a gentle/spiritual/holistic manner. I was also extraordinarily impressed by the possibility of this technique being utilized as a means to overcome the wounds of racism.