Daily Inspiration

Research indicates that happy people create happy relationships, not the other way around! If you believe you need a relationship to be happy, or the "right" relationship, you may stay stuck being unhappy. Unhappy people either don't get into relationships, or often create unhappy relationships. Put your energy into making yourself happy and then see what happens!

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"Wonderful, incredible. Two major epiphanies; one was that my inner child requested a need for bonding from me, hence I now really get the workshop title "Inner Bonding". Two, was that the cherishing I have been feeling, I've missed all my life from my family, I can give to me. Thank you." Kripalu Workshop - Lenox, MA - 5/2001
Jennifer Walden

"The strongest piece I received is how disconnected I am with my Inner Self and why. My commitment to myself is to work through the why - the fears. My hope is that once this happens, I will be able to stay in my body and be present. A process I will use. [Margaret was] great, interesting, entertaining, informative." Toronto Workshop, April, 2000
Ejay Russel

'A total discovery of recovery, healing and hope.  It is a belief in the joy of the ability to become you.' Rowe, MA Workshop, 4/08
Jane Tougas

"I am intrigued by what I learned at the workshop and I look forward to going home and practicing the steps in the real world. I feel like I have the chance at finally finding true happiness and contentment. Rowe was a great place to learn!"
Kathy Magovern

'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


Nomfundo Wolff

As I've been frequenting the Inner Bonding web site, I'm connecting with like-minded people who are always eager to talk about the tremendous healing we're all creating for ourselves. Of course, support groups and one-on-one IB sessions with friends are extremely helpful. But the power of IB-ers gathering SOCIALLY surprised me this past weekend. When we realized there were at least SEVEN of us at a performance here in the Pioneer Valley, one of my friends turned to me, her face bright & full of joy, exclaiming, "My inner children are HAVING A BLAST!" There's some indescribable power in knowing that you're "hanging out" with more than a handful of people who understand and are invested in this tremendous healing process! It's a glimpse into what it would be like to LIVE and play, day in and day out, with IB-ers, not just pre-arranged gatherings to do the "work." It's like IB DISNEYLAND! *Coming soon to a community near you!* (Or move here to the Pioneer Valley.)
Carie King

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.