Goals: Guiding Your Course or Attached to Outcomes

By Dr. Margaret Paul July 27, 2020

Do you say to yourself, “I will be happy when…”? Discover that you can be joyful right now, even before achieving your goal.

People are often confused when I suggest that they let go of attachment to goals. “Shouldn’t I have goals? Isn’t having goals . . . → Read More: Goals: Guiding Your Course or Attached to Outcomes

You Can Change The World

By Dr. Margaret Paul July 20, 2020

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” –Margaret Mead, 1901-1978, Anthropologist, Writer and Speaker

Do you have any idea how . . . → Read More: You Can Change The World

Do You Feel Seen and Valued?

By Dr. Margaret Paul June 01, 2020

When you see and value yourself, how do you manage the feelings that may still come up when others don’t see and value you?

Earlier in my life I didn’t feel seen by others. Since I never felt seen by my parents, I figured this . . . → Read More: Do You Feel Seen and Valued?

Enslaved By Your Mind Or Embracing Your Inner Knowing?

By Dr. Margaret Paul May 11, 2020

Are you stuck being a slave of your wounded self, or do you trust your intuition?

“Intuition is a sacred gift, the rational mind its faithful servant. Sadly we have thrown away the gift and have become enslaved to the servant.”

~Albert Einstein

In Inner . . . → Read More: Enslaved By Your Mind Or Embracing Your Inner Knowing?

Discovering Your True Life Purpose

By Dr. Margaret Paul April 13, 2020

Discover what you need to notice that can lead you to your life purpose.

“If you follow your bliss, you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the while, waiting for you, and the life that you ought to . . . → Read More: Discovering Your True Life Purpose

The Touch That Heals Trauma

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul March 30, 2020

We all have more power than we know to help each other heal. Loving mothers know instinctively that when their children are hurting physically or emotionally, what they need is to be gently held with loving arms and soothed with loving words. Those of us who . . . → Read More: The Touch That Heals Trauma