Daily InspirationOften, when you feel anxious and stressed, it is because you are trying to control something you cannot control. The moment you choose to surrender - to "Let go and let God", you will notice that the anxiety and stress release. By Dr. Margaret Paul
'The knowledge and understanding that was shared was extremely valuable to me. You clarified so many things & reinforced things I knew deep down but hadn't completely accepted as my truth. I feel that I now have a practice that I can begin to guide me to a happier & more fulfilling life.' Inner Bonding Weekend Workshop, Rowe, MA, 4/10
"The weekend is a powerful illumination of the 6 steps of Inner Bonding. Because Inner Bonding is a practice one commits to (or not), the weekend is very valuable even if you already have been doing the Inner Bonding process."
"This Workshop (lecture & role-play) was very enlightening. I'm inspired to continue connecting with myself through internal process of Inner Bonding - daily and throughout the day." LA Workshop, 7/05
Sue Ellen Cheairs
'I always had the need to heal myself. I have never been in therapy, and I had worked already somehow on Step 1, and in this Workshop, everything touched on my feelings. I feel I was meant to be here at this time; because this is the time that I think I have time to take care of myself with God's blessings. Will be following up with other workshop.' Kripalu Workshop, 9.12
"I think this workshop is phenomenal. I thoroughly enjoyed Margaret's energy & knowledge. Nancy was very helpful & supportive as well. I enjoyed both the experiential & didactic parts of the workshop." Rowe, MA Workshop, 4/08
'I had a great experience! I really got valuable info. on how to love & nurture myself, as well as tools for processing. I intend to continue this process and learn what I need to stay connected, receive guidance and love myself to wholeness. Thank you, Margaret.' Weekend Workshop - Kripalu - Lenox, MA 9.14
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