We Can’t Control Others, But Here’s How To Influence Them

By Dr. Margaret Paul July 08, 2019

Rather than trying to control others, which never works in the long run, learn how you can influence others.

“Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the only thing.” – Albert Schweitzer

Inner Bonding teaches that we have no control over . . . → Read More: We Can’t Control Others, But Here’s How To Influence Them

The One and Only Dependable Source of Love

The One and Only Dependable Source of Love

By Dr. Margaret Paul June 24, 2019

Do you make others your dependable source of love – your Higher Power?

Seth and Lisa consulted with me because they had been married only a year and were having problems. Seth was often angry at . . . → Read More: The One and Only Dependable Source of Love

The Surprising Healing Power of the Loving Adult

By Dr. Margaret Paul May 20, 2019

Discover why you cannot heal without a spiritually connected loving adult.

Our loving adult is who we are when our intent is to learn about loving ourselves and others, and we are connected with our spiritual guidance. Before Inner Bonding, I practiced as a traditional psychotherapist, . . . → Read More: The Surprising Healing Power of the Loving Adult

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

The Power of Being “Grokked”

By Dr. Margaret Paul February 11, 2019

It is profoundly healing when another is able to deeply understand and empathize with our core painful feelings.

In 1961, author Robert A. Heinlein coined the term “grok” in his best-selling book, “Stranger in a Strange Land”.

The Oxford English Dictionary defines grok as “to . . . → Read More: The Power of Being “Grokked”