Daily Inspiration

If you have given and given to others and have not received love in return, consider that you may be giving to get from a empty place within, rather than giving from an inner place that is overflowing with love. Turn your attention to filling your own emptiness first, and you will find yourself finally feeling loved.

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"The Inner Bonding Intensive has been the most profound gift, and the best part is that I have come to the understanding through this Intensive that the most valuable gifts we receive are the ones we give ourselves.  To deeply nurture and validate what our inner child is saying is our access to feeling whole again, just as we were in the womb.  I am excited about the journey back to myself that I have now embarked on." Santa Barbara Intensive, 2/08
Katherine Warnett

"Came desperate, left happy." Santa Barbara Intensive, 11/04
Monte D. Umphress

"A wonderful group of like-minded people with the same goals: to grow as adults; to leave sorrow, or at least, put it in its place, and the live well. Led by a warm and loving person who is in full command of the individual's needs, and willing to search for solutions." Rowe, MA, 4/04
Maia Daly

"There is no more succinct way for me to describe my experience with Inner Bonding, than to quote from the song, Amazing Grace: 'I was blind, but now I see.'" Lucerne Valley, CA - 11/2000
Rick Fria

I came into this experience as a whim and fully ready to back out.  I've been in a dark, self defeating place for a long time and didn't want to get out of it.  I cried the entire way up and snuck wine and cigarettes into my room in fear I wouldn't be able to deal.  After day one, I felt an immediate change - a RELEASE.  This has been a life changing experience and I look forward to learning more about Inner Bonding and helping my wounded self to become a loving adult.


Lena Martinez

"An Intensive is an opportunity to get to know your issues and how to constructively heal in a safe environment.  The group environment creates a sense of family where mutual support, along with great love is very nurturing.  If you need a hug, come to an Intensive, get real with yourself and confront life's challenges.  You've nothing to lose and everything to gain!" Colorado Intenisve, 8/08
Carol L. Hannon

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