Being Affected By Others vs. Blaming Them
By Dr. Margaret Paul
February 11, 2015

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In this teleseminar, Dr. Margaret Paul discusses the fact that we are, indeed, affected by each other - and the different ways we are affected by each other. She discusses the vast differences between dealing with this with blame/control or with an intent to learn. She shows how practicing Inner Bonding is essential to being able to manage the pain of others unloving behavior with love rather than with blame. Dr. Margaret then takes questions from listeners and works with them on the phone, as well as answers questions that were submitted by participants.




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The desire to control and not be controlled is so great in many people that it often overrides caring about self and others. When you feel pulled at by someone to do what they want, do you go into automatic compliance or resistance? Next time you feel the pull, stop and ask yourself, "What is in my highest good, to do what this person wants or not?" This way you are making your own choices rather than being controlled by the other person or by your resistance.

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