Daily Inspiration

Shame ends when you let go of believing you cause others' behavior and accept your lack of control over others' unloving behavior. Thinking there is something wrong with you is a way to avoid the heartache and loneliness of others' rejection.

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"I have a sense of direction now about healing myself that I never had before. Margaret was fantastic."
Kate Goldsbourgh

'You are such a gift!  The connection and love you shared with us was authentic and healing.  You walk your talk and the evidence is in your peaceful, loving, joy-filled Spirit.  I am most grateful for this opportunity and look forward to seeing you again.' Kripalu Workshop, 9.12
 
 


Kyna Alexander

"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

'Amazing.  I came to the Workshop to reconnect with my desires and my Inner Child and for that it has helped me tremendously.  I also got a lot of insight into resistant/giving in and codependent tendencies I've had in many of my relationships.'      Inner Bonding Weekend Workshop, Rowe, MA, 4/10

Joe LeVasseur

'This has been an excellent experience into getting in touch with myself and Spiritual Guidance. This is a great tool to use with my clients.  I feel refreshed and free. Excellent Workshop. Thank you for helping me heal.'  Weekend Workshop - Kripalu - Lenox, MA 9.14


Deb Goldberg

'This is my second time completing this workshop and I am so grateful for the experience and opportunity to share with others as I learned about myself.' Kripalu Workshop, 9.15 - Lenox, MA


Jennifer Martinez

Help - Adding Articles

Adding articles to the Inner Bonding Village is quite easy.  We hope that you will take advantage of this opprtunity to express yourself.

There are just a few things to remember to ensure that your article looks good and communicates the way you want it to.

1.  It is OK to paste your article content from Microsoft Word.  Be sure to use the Paste From Word Button Paste From Word.   Using this button will clean up the word content so that it displays properly in browsers.

2. Write an Introduction for your article.  Supplying a short summary of your article contents will help people decide whether your article is right for them.  A well-written introduction will increase the number of people who read your content.

3. Adding photos can make your article more expressive.  This is particullarly helpful for articles in the Art and Photo Gallery sections of the site.  You have two options for adding photos to your articles.

  • If your image is on your computer, then you will want to add it to your article's photo gallery.  Below the article's editor window, you will see a form labeled Add Photos.  Click the Browse button and select each photo from your computer's disk directories (or folders).  Add a title and description for each photo.  Your photos will be added when you save your photo.
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