Are You Missing the Point of Life?

“There never has been security. No man has ever known what he would meet around the next corner; if life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor.” –Eleanor Roosevelt

“I know that leaving my job was the right thing to do, as it . . . → Read More: Are You Missing the Point of Life?

The Challenge of Not Being Reactive

By Dr. Margaret Paul June 15, 2020

How do you generally react when another is being unloving? How do you wish you could respond? “When Eddie blames me, I react so fast, before I have a chance to get my loving adult onboard. I’m explaining and defending before I can even take a . . . → Read More: The Challenge of Not Being Reactive

Discover the Secrets of Manifestation

By Dr. Margaret Paul May 25, 2020

Learn about the deeper level of the Law of Attraction.

We are co-creators with God, so we have the ability to manifest what we want. However, as we all know, this is often easier said than done. We manifest only what we surrender. ~Martha Beck, Photos From . . . → Read More: Discover the Secrets of Manifestation

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?

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?

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