Are You Hiding a Secret?

By Dr. Margaret Paul February 17, 2020

Are there aspects of yourself you are so ashamed of that you’ve never revealed them to anyone? Or even hidden them from yourself? This may keep you stuck.

 

In my work with my clients, I’ve often wondered why some people jump right into . . . → Read More: Are You Hiding a Secret?

Scapegoating: A Dysfunctional Family System

By Dr. Margaret Paul February 10, 2020

When I work with clients, I can feel the beauty of their soul and I can feel their light shining through. I’m fortunate that the vast majority of clients that want to work with me individually or come to an Intensive are very ready to learn . . . → Read More: Scapegoating: A Dysfunctional Family System

The One New Year’s Resolution I Hope You Make…And Keep

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 30, 2019

This one New Year’s resolution can change your life, heal your relationships, create health and well being, and heal our planet.

 

One of the most important aspects of Inner Bonding is opening to a compassionate intention to learn. I’ve been thinking a lot . . . → Read More: The One New Year’s Resolution I Hope You Make…And Keep

Relationships: Accepting the Challenges or the Loneliness

 

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 16, 2019

Is the fear of getting hurt or losing yourself keeping you from accepting the challenges of loving a partner?

“My inner child is lonely and wants to be in a relationship, but relationships are too hard. I feel like I don’t want to work . . . → Read More: Relationships: Accepting the Challenges or the Loneliness

The Important Information Confusion Has For You

By Dr. Margaret Paul December 09, 2019

Discover what information your confusion is giving you.

There are two kinds of situations that can cause confusion:

1) You might feel confused when your wounded self is in charge and you are judging yourself. This confusion is telling you that your wounded self . . . → Read More: The Important Information Confusion Has For You

Sometimes it’s Hard to be a Loving Adult

By Dr. Margaret Paul October 14, 2019

When do you find it especially hard to show up for yourself as a loving adult?

All of us are, at times, challenged in being a loving adult.

Most of the time I can be a loving adult just by deciding to be. But there are . . . → Read More: Sometimes it’s Hard to be a Loving Adult