Daily Inspiration

When you do not accept that which you cannot change, you will feel angry and frustrated. Today, notice the energy you spend in not accepting what you cannot change: your partner, traffic, the weather, rude people, and so on. Focus on accepting what is and notice the peace you feel.

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"The Inner Bonding principles are the best part of the workshop (next to the people). OK - I admit - I like the people the very best. Meeting them was of most value to me. Margie is committed and caring and a great role model." Los Angeles, Feb. 2000
Jill Kimball

"1. Tremendous amount of meaningful information, great wisdom. 2. Very thorough written materials; the most comprehensive and insightful checklists of patterns I've ever found. 3. The leader provided personal examples from her own journey, and answered our questions about how to use the process. 4. I feel very satisfied, and eager to incorporate this process as my very own spiritual practice. I was hopeful for this! 5. Flexible approach as to how we see or define our inner guides." 4/2002 - Rowe Conference Center - Rowe, MA


Sandy Kuntz

'Dr. Margaret Paul is a beautiful, spiritual being who held a grounded & safe space for people to open. I loved her down-to-earth approach, allowing each person to have their own guidance & experience.  It was a great way to get reconnected with my younger self & solidify the bond.'  Week-end Workshop - Anaheim Hills, CA 2.15


Robin Anderson

'As a trans guy, I found this workshop provided a safe space to sink deeper into my little boy; and it helped me to acknowledge that I have been blaming and treating my little girl like it was her fault. Once I realized she wasn't the issue, I was able to fully let her go and hear her say good-bye. Thank you for the loving, gentle way you were able to show me the steps to problem solving thru loving action.' Southern California Weekend Workshop, 4.14


Jordan Decker

"I found the workshop to be incredibly helpful. Though I'd read Inner Bonding, am a member of the website, and had a phone session with Margaret, I learned so much at the workshop. I found the small group and visualizations to be very useful. The demonstrations were extraordinarily valuable. And my fear of feeling too vulnerable and overwhelmed didn't happen - it was a safe environment." Rowe Weekend Workshop 5/06
Rebecca Young

'The knowledge and understanding that was shared was extremely valuable to me.  You clarified so many things & reinforced things I knew deep down but hadn't completely accepted as my truth.  I feel that I now have a practice that I can begin to guide me to a happier & more fulfilling life.'    Inner Bonding Weekend Workshop, Rowe, MA, 4/10
Brendan Penney

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