Daily Inspiration

Are you listening to the quiet messages of your spiritual Guidance? Are you attending to the flashes of ideas, pictures and feelings that are always coming through to you from your Guidance? Today, focus on being present with the quiet promptings of your Guidance.

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I walked in after learning about IB on Kripalu's website just two weeks before.  I am in the second year of the end of my marriagewhich has involved much conflict on both sides emanating from the wounded self.  I now clearly see this and look forward to practicing IB as a way to improve the relationship as we co-parent our 6 year old.


Kim T.

'Wonderful support for inner growing. Loving presence of Margaret Paul and huge experience in content and relational way to deal in a loving way with people. Helpful teaching for life.'  Weekend Workshop - Kripalu - Lenox, MA 9.14


Susanne Breit

"My experience is mystical. I now have a tool that allows me to LOVE and receive LOVE. What's profound is that I've learned that it all begins with setting the intention to learn about what's the loving action I should take for myself. To ACCESS my Spiritual Guidance. That my Essence is not the false beliefs that I have held onto for 30 years. I am freeing myself. It's wonderful."
James Beard

The 6-Step process is such a wonderful tool to discover yourself, to develop spiritually, to deal with emotional reactions, and above all to become a better person. Highly recommended.
Heather Anderson

"After reading 'Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by God?' and doing Inner Bonding for several months alone, and then with a facilitator, I still found the workshop extremely helpful.  There is an endless source of learning and growth through this process and listening and talking about it with others is very helpful to that process.  Margaret is amazing." Kripalu Workshop, 9/08

Laura Laiacona

I would love to share my experience, particularly with people with alcohol addictions.  I am also doing 12 step work - this along with that will heal my wounded self.


Karin Small

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