Getting Unstuck From Resisting Love

By Dr. Margaret Paul August 2, 2021

Do you get stuck in resistance, not wanting to open or to love out of fear of being controlled?

How often do you get stuck in anger, anxiety, withdrawal, or depression? You know you can open, pray, and invite love into your heart, and do . . . → Read More: Getting Unstuck From Resisting Love

Love: Nurture and Nature


Love: Nurture and Nature

By Dr. Margaret Paul [ 1357 Hit(s) ] May 17, 2021

Loving yourself and sharing your love with others is not about nature vs. nurture, but nature and nurture.


A few years back, Dr. Erika Chopich and I had a very interesting experience. A major Korean broadcasting company, The . . . → Read More: Love: Nurture and Nature

Knowing Ourselves Thorough Relationships

Knowing Ourselves Through Relationships

By Dr. Margaret Paul May 10, 2021

Knowing your own mind means that you get to consciously choose your intent in relationship to others, instead of operating on automatic pilot. “We come to know our own minds through our interactions with others.” ~’Mindsight,’ Daniel Siegel, M.D.

I’ve often . . . → Read More: Knowing Ourselves Thorough Relationships

How To Become Free

How To Become Free?

By Dr. Margaret Paul April 19, 2021

Do you want to feel free?


 I used to think that to become free you had to practice like a samurai warrior, but now I understand that you have to practice like a devoted mother of a newborn child. . . . → Read More: How To Become Free

Self-Worth: A Reflection of Self-Love or Self-Abandonment


By Dr. Margaret Paul February 08, 2021

Self-worth suffers when you behave in ways you regret and then judge yourself.

A woman asked me the following question:

“Why am I worthy at all? Saying I am a divine being does not answer to the underlying issue of self-worth in physical world reality. . . . → Read More: Self-Worth: A Reflection of Self-Love or Self-Abandonment

Learning to Trust Yourself and Your Guidance

By Dr. Margaret Paul January 11, 2021

If you were hurt as a child, you likely have trust issues that need to be healed.

Were your parents or caregivers trustworthy? Mine weren’t. I could not trust their love. I could not trust that they had my highest good at heart because they . . . → Read More: Learning to Trust Yourself and Your Guidance