Giving To Others: Draining Or Fulfilling?

Do you get drained or fulfilled in giving to others? Discover why!

Giving to others can be one of the most fulfilling experiences in life, or it can be one of the most draining. What makes the difference?

The difference has to do with WHY you are giving to others.

Giving From A Full Heart

When we give from a full heart, we are giving because we are so filled up with love that it is overflowing, and we receive great joy in giving to others.

We are not giving to get anything back because we don’t need anything back. We don’t need anything back because we have taken 100% responsibility for loving ourselves – for thinking the loving thoughts and taking the loving actions that make us feel worthy, lovable, peaceful and joyful within. Continue reading Giving To Others: Draining Or Fulfilling?


Inspirational Video – Desire, Hope Or Wish

Are you ready to move beyond hoping and wishing and into the transformational power of desire? Watching this 1 minutes movie, “Desire, Hope or Wish,” will remind you of the power of your desire!

Margaret Paul, Ph.D. is a relationship expert, best-selling author, and co-creator of the powerful Inner Bonding® healing process, recommended . . . → Read More: Inspirational Video – Desire, Hope Or Wish

Your Own Inner Work Affects the Whole World!

You have more of an effect on the world than you know!

“Let everyone sweep in front of his own door, and the whole world will be clean.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

What would happen if we each learned to take 100% responsibility for our own feelings and needs – learning to attend to our feelings with compassion for ourselves, and extending that compassion to others? What would happen if each of us were conscious enough to sweep in front of our own door – which means we would be conscious enough not to dump our filth on the rest of the world?

I love to imagine the possibilities! Continue reading Your Own Inner Work Affects the Whole World!


Is Divorce The Answer For You?

Are you contemplating divorce? Reading this article may help you decide what is right for you.

In my work with individuals and couples for the last 43 years, I’ve had two very different experiences regarding people who have divorced:

  • One group of people are happy that they finally left a marriage where they were very unhappy. They feel that they have their life back, and sometimes even their health back. They feel relief and freedom and are proud of themselves that they finally got themselves out of a bad situation.
  • The other group has huge regrets. They look back and see that, if they had hung in and worked on themselves, they could likely have created a loving relationship. They are disillusioned with their experience of dating, and realize that their ex is a good and caring person. Most of the time their ex has moved on and is in another relationship.

When is Divorce the Answer for you?

Divorce may be the answer for you when: Continue reading Is Divorce The Answer For You?


Inspirational Video – Your Kindness Changes The World

You have the power to bring about a more loving world. Watching this 80 second movie, “Your Kindness Changes the World,” will remind you of the power of kindness toward yourself and others!

Margaret Paul, Ph.D. is a best-selling author of 8 books, relationship expert, and co-creator of the powerful Inner Bonding® process . . . → Read More: Inspirational Video – Your Kindness Changes The World

Who Am I?

Take a lesson from Elvis Presley: Learn to define your own worth, instead of having to ask others, “Who am I”

I recently attended a conference and one of the speakers was David Stanley, who lived with Elvis Presley as his stepbrother since David was four years old. His book, about his experiences with Elvis, called “Conversations With the King,” just got published. The book is co-authored by my good friend, Dr. David Gruder.

In the book, and in David Stanley’s presentation at the conference, we learn that Elvis constantly asked David, “Who am I?” He asked him this for the last time, just two days before he died.

According to David, Elvis was a very spiritual man, with profoundly powerful spiritual gifts. Yet, with all his gifts and talents and fame, he didn’t know how to discover who he was. As we all know, he was deeply drug-addicted, which eventually killed him. Continue reading Who Am I?