Beyond Suffering: An Ah-Ha Moment!

By Dr. Margaret Paul May 13, 2019

Experience a powerful ah-ha moment – a moment of deep understanding about what healing is really about.

Allyson and Jonathan are sitting in front of me at a 5-Day Intensive. Married for 2 years, they have lost the passion and fun they once had, and they . . . → Read More: Beyond Suffering: An Ah-Ha Moment!

The Fear of Loving

The Fear of Loving

By Dr. Margaret Paul May 06, 2019

Loving holds within it the greatest joy and the greatest pain in life. Yet, without it, life is empty.

Love. We all want it. We develop many ways of trying to get love and be loved. From the time we are . . . → Read More: The Fear of Loving

Why Is Nothing Changing or Healing?

Len contacted me for Inner Bonding facilitation while he was going through a divorce. He had discovered Inner Bonding through a Google search and realized that what he was struggling with was self-abandonment.

Len was diligent in having sessions with me and in reading everything he could about Inner Bonding. Within a couple . . . → Read More: Why Is Nothing Changing or Healing?

Accepting What You Can't Control, Controlling What You Can

Accepting What You Can’t Control, Controlling What You Can

By Dr. Margaret Paul April 15, 2019

Coming to grips with what you can and can’t control opens the door to true emotional freedom and personal power.

I frequently receive questions about what to do in situations where someone is behaving in an . . . → Read More: Accepting What You Can’t Control, Controlling What You Can

Creating Safety

By Dr. Margaret Paul April 01, 2019

Which do you believe keeps you safer – your wounded self or your spiritual guidance?

As small children we all created our wounded self to try to feel safe in an unsafe environment. Our wounded self learned many different ways to try to feel safe. And these protections . . . → Read More: Creating Safety

Relationships: What to Say, When to Say it

By Dr. Margaret Paul March 25, 2019 Most people are not conscious of when they are in their wounded self. They generally don’t know when they are being needy, demanding, blaming, attacking, guilting, and so on. And, they often don’t accurately remember what they said and did while operating from their wounded self. . . . → Read More: Relationships: What to Say, When to Say it