Daily InspirationWhat nurtures you? Do you feel nurtured by being out in nature? By doing something creative? By sitting quietly and listening to music or reading or watching a movie? By being with caring friends? By being physically active - hiking, playing a sport, or gardening? By meditating, journaling, practicing Inner Bonding? By playing fun games? By playing a musical instrument? Today, be sure to create balance in your life by nurturing yourself. By Dr. Margaret Paul
This was my 2nd Intensive and it was a wonderful learning experience. I really enjoyed the safe community in which to learn.
"I decided to come at the last minute and knowing nothing about the Inner Bonding process or the workshop leader. I leave here today sensing that I can learn to better love myself and to love others. I will need to learn to listen to my body, to access help from spirit, to know that I do not have to be alone with my pain, and to honor the joy and peace within me. This has been a sacred time."
4/2002 - Rowe Conference Center - Rowe, MA
"I felt that the information given to us was extraordinary. It gave us an outline and tangible steps and processes one could do that were unlike anything I had ever encountered before. What was most important, for me, was that unlike other workshops or seminars I had gone to, we were left with very specific ways to continue the process and a host of people (of course, including Margaret) whom we could connect to in the future." Kripalu, Mass. Workshop, 10/06
'I am so happy I participated in this Intensive with Margaret and some other wonderful people. Inner Bonding has now gone from my head into my heart. I feel much relief from blockages that not only affected my emotional life, but my physical health as well. I am going back home with trust and confidence - life will be happier, greater and easier to share with others. I also feel that I got much closer to my loving heavenly Father during these 5 days - it will be easier for me now to allow him to work through me.' Santa Barbara Intensive, 2.12
"The intensive gave focus and immediate "feedback" to identifying the wounded child. Not only identifying woundedness in a visual and concrete way, but also the way/path to healing. Many disciplines are called upon in this healing process, the physical, psychic and spiritual. I appreciate the integrity of integrating mind/body/spirit moving quickly into the loving/compassionate adult. Focus on intention is a critical part of true healing." Ossining, NY - August 25-29, 2000
Ann Hartzog Hall