Daily InspirationWhat are the characteristics you generally notice in yourself and others? Do you often notice what is wrong or what is wonderful? Today, focus on noticing what is wonderful in yourself and others - and then notice how you feel toward yourself and others! By Dr. Margaret Paul
FROM THE FORWARD OF "DO I HAVE TO GIVE UP ME TO BE LOVED BY GOD? " Would you think me crazy if I said there was a single process that could solve all the issues with which we as human beings struggle? Over the years, I begin noticing a common denominator in all these problems and came to the conclusion that there is only one issue: humankind's lack of experience in feeling our Divine self and our innate connection with the Divine. All other issues stem from this. Within the pages of this enlightened yet practical book, we are taught a most loving process [that] will take you on a life-changing journey down a path full of awakenings, tears, compassion, reunion, joy and peace. This path, in reference to our divinity, is one seldom even thought about, much less explored.
Dr. Margaret Paul has dedicated her work to helping others lead happier, healthier, more emotionally free lives. She is a wonderful teacher!
Judith Orloff, M.D.
"Inner Bonding" is a powerful book for anyone interested in quality relationships. It offers practical tools, not just theory, to help us reach inside and heal those deep problems and addictions that have held us back for so many years.
It is very obvious that the authors are onto something big. They have made an explicit and important break with other 'child within' writers by emphasizing that it is not simply a healthy Inner Child or Inner Parent but a healthy relationship between the two which is the key to personal health. The work ["Healing Your Aloneness"] is practical, compelling, and very readable.
Dr. Margaret Paul gives us a highly recommended book, "Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By God?" for experiencing spiritual exercises that remove the blocks to experience the presence of God in our lives."
GERALD G. JAMPOLSKY, M.D.
"Inner Bonding" is a welcome addition to the material on the Inner Child. It gives us a pragmatic, solution-oriented framework for resolving inner conflict.
Stephanie Covington, Ph.D.