Daily Inspiration

Seek not to give authority to others to tell you who you are or what is right or wrong for you. When you open to your spiritual Guidance, you become the world's authority on you! Only your own Guidance knows who you are and what is in your highest good. Today, seek to know yourself and support your highest good through being open to learning with your higher self.

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"I learned better how to be LOVING, and understand the different parts of me. I understand fully now that there is NO other goal in life, but to be loving. Love is the path, love is the destination." LA Workshop, 7/05
Kevin Nourian

'I met my Loving Adult.  I didn't even know she existed after all these, (48), years!' Kripalu Workshop, 9.10
Jodie L.

"Completely and utterly life-changing.  I have been working on this broad idea inside of myself and 'coming home to myself' for awhile, so this is just what I needed in my life at this time.  These 6-steps are very powerful and I will now use them to help fully heal myself and really let my Inner Child know she is worth it and that I am making a commitment to take care of her!" Kripalu Workshop, 9.10

Maren McCarthy

"I appreciated the 3 part anger process. It really opened my eyes. Also the 6 part Inner Bonding access to my inner guide. It really made me aware of a part of me that was stuck and stopped my love energy from going through." Toronto Workshop - Toronto, Canada - 4/2001
Denise Belyea

Inner Bonding has provided us with the tools to take responsibility for our own feelings, thoughts and behaviors instead of blaming each other for causing our feelings. 

We both have learned how to have a deeper relationship with God which provides us with the strength to take loving care of ourselves.  This allows us to be filled with love to share with one another instead of trying to get love from one another.  We no longer depend on the other person to make us happy, as we now realize we create our own happiness.

Our communication has greatly improved because we have learned to choose the intent to learn when in conflict and not engage in unproductive conversation.  For example, we have reduced blaming, explaining, and trying to get the other person to see our point of view.  Inner Bonding has helped us to be more present with ourselves, which in turn, allows us to be more present in the relationship. 

Inner Bonding has helped us to find a healthy balance between caring for ourselves and caring for each other.  We are more aware of when we are trying to control in the relationship and stop and realize our only control is over ourselves.  We have learned the importance of choosing to notice the positives in each other and our relationship. 

Inner Bonding has helped us to seek to understand each other, agree to disagree, and discuss hot topics when both of us are open.  This preserves our energy and reduces unnecessary frustration in our relationship.

We are so grateful that we have the Inner Bonding process in our lives.  Inner Bonding has helped us to have more love, freedom and joy in all of our relationships.  


Kelly and Jeff James

"Life-altering.  I've heard new concepts that helped me challenge my old ways of thinking and relating to myself and others.  I am happy to share this moment with myself and my partner." L.A. Workshop, 1/08
Ada Fang

Who Benefits

INNER BONDING was designed to help anyone seeking to heal their fears, false beliefs, anxiety, depression, anger, emptiness and stress. It helps couples heal their relationship and create more passion and intimacy. It also greatly helps those seeking to enhance their self-esteem, creativity, personal power, joy and inner peace. It helps:

  • Individuals struggling with issues of aloneness, emptiness, depression, self-esteem, anger, or violence; addiction problems including weight problems and food addiction, drug and alcohol addiction, relationship, love and sex addiction; personal issues including childhood physical, sexual, emotional and spiritual abuse; shame, lack of motivation and goal achievement, and problems at work.
     
  • Couples who are suffering from communication difficulties, power struggles, sexual difficulties, boundary problems, or spousal abuse, as well as couples who want to deepen their relationship - their ability to love, connect and be intimate.
     
  • Parents who are having problems with their children or parents who want to expand their ability to lovingly parent.
     
  • Individuals with issues related to control, resistance, communication and boundary issues.
     
  • Professionals who seek to help their clients, patients, or students overcome the above-mentioned conditions.
     
  • Individuals in creative fields who want to enhance their creativity.