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?

Releasing Pain – Essential for Physical and Emotional Health

By Dr. Margaret Paul January 27, 2020

Pain that is stuck in your body can cause many physical and emotional problems, and blocks out the enlivening flow of love, peace and joy – the flow of Spirit.

Growing up, all of us had pain from the loneliness, grief, helplessness and heartbreak . . . → Read More: Releasing Pain – Essential for Physical and Emotional Health

Choosing to be a Loving Adult

By Dr. Margaret Paul January 14, 2020

Kevin shares his inner battle that led to him to choose to be a loving adult.

Some years back, I had the moving experience of working with Kevin (not his real name), a thirty-seven year old very talented branding artist we had hired to work . . . → Read More: Choosing to be a Loving Adult

How to Move Out of Your Ego Wounded Self

By Dr. Margaret Paul

November 18, 2019

If you sometimes get stuck in your wounded self and can’t see how to get back into your loving adult, here are some ideas that may help you.

Sometimes, when we get stuck in our wounded self, it is hard to wind our way . . . → Read More: How to Move Out of Your Ego Wounded Self

What’s Loving to Yourself – and What Isn’t?

By Dr. Margaret Paul May 28, 2019

Loving actions are often the opposite of actions that are self-abandoning.

Discovering the loving action toward ourselves in a particular situation – Step 4 of Inner Bonding – is a wonderful and creative process. However, since we have so few role models for loving action toward ourselves, . . . → Read More: What’s Loving to Yourself – and What Isn’t?

Judging Yourself Can Lead To Sexual Addiction

By Dr. Margaret Paul March 04, 2019

Discover how self-abandonment can lead to using and objectifying others sexually.

Nicholas consulted with me because of problems he was having in his marriage. He was very distressed that his wife, Kayla, never wanted to have sex with him.

In the course of our work, it . . . → Read More: Judging Yourself Can Lead To Sexual Addiction