Help - Adding Articles
Adding articles to the Inner Bonding Village is quite easy. We hope that you will take advantage of this opprtunity to express yourself.
There are just a few things to remember to ensure that your article looks good and communicates the way you want it to.
1. It is OK to paste your article content from Microsoft Word. Be sure to use the Paste From Word Button . Using this button will clean up the word content so that it displays properly in browsers.
2. Write an Introduction for your article. Supplying a short summary of your article contents will help people decide whether your article is right for them. A well-written introduction will increase the number of people who read your content.
3. Adding photos can make your article more expressive. This is particullarly helpful for articles in the Art and Photo Gallery sections of the site. You have two options for adding photos to your articles.
- If your image is on your computer, then you will want to add it to your article's photo gallery. Below the article's editor window, you will see a form labeled Add Photos. Click the Browse button and select each photo from your computer's disk directories (or folders). Add a title and description for each photo. Your photos will be added when you save your photo.
- If your image is already on the web, you can reference it rapidly from within your article. Click on the Edit Image Button Then type in the image's URL from the source on the web.
4. Spell check your article. Different computers have different tools for spell checking. Some browsers and browser toolbars, such as Google's toolbar, have spell checkers. If you don't have one then please proof-read your article.
5. When you are done, click the Send Button at the bottom of the page. Your article will be submitted for review by a site administrator. Generally articles are approved within a day.
Thank you for your contributions.
Daily InspirationOpen your heart to the beauty around you - to the wonder of nature, to the caring of others, to expressions of creativity, to the presence and joy of animals. Allow the beauty around you to open your heart to love. By Dr. Margaret Paul
"The Inner Bonding workshop has helped me learn different tools so I can understand my self and others more efficiently. I am happy to say it was a weekend very well spent. I enjoyed myself." Toronto Workshop, April, 2000
"We were honored to have you with us a couple of weeks ago, and we thank you for sharing your work with us. I've heard fine things about the workshop, which I always like. I respect the integrity of what you're doing and the way you're doing it...Thank you for doing your work with such creativity, style and grace. The world is a better place for your being alive, and I honor your work and the vision you share with such generosity."
Rowe Conference Center, April 2000
Rev. Douglas Wilson
"As someone who went to a 5-Day Intensive I knew the process very well already, however, there was still plenty of learning and growth that I experienced over the weekend. Different details of the process always come up, and it is always a joy to watch people heal." Kripalu Workshop, Lenox, MA, 2009
'This workshop, and being with Dr. Margaret Paul, was life-changing! All the concepts and theories I've been learning for years were distilled into the most pivotal take-aways along with actionable steps. I feel so blessed to have been part of this experience. Dr. Paul is an example of the loving adult I aspire to be!' Week-end Workshop - Anaheim Hills, CA 2.15
"A cynic - what is this? Another workshop? The Inner Child - can't be.. and then it was, all my pent up feelings, anger, hostility jumping out at me. And what I learned over two days was to start to listen to my 'gut' feelings. They were there to put me on track but I had discarded these feelings as being silly, not adult-like. What a revelation to me and the start of some work and growth to assimilate the loving Adult and Inner Child."
Toronto Workshop, April, 2000
'I met my Loving Adult. I didn't even know she existed after all these, (48), years!' Kripalu Workshop, 9.10