6 Steps to Total Self-Healing

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"Inner Bonding is a cutting-edge process for self-love. It gets profound results, and it gets them quickly. Margaret is truly a master, and the Inner Bonding process creates miracles."–Marci Shimoff, #1 NY Times bestselling author, Happy for No Reason and Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul, and creator of Your Year of Miracles POWERFUL 6 STEP PROGRAM FOR LEARNING TO LOVE YOURSELF! This powerful life-changing Inner Bonding Process is the result of Dr. Margaret’s more than fifty-three years of personal work with clients. Heal the cycle of shame and self-abandonment leading to anxiety, depression, addiction, aloneness and relationship failure. Discover how to love yourself and connect with your personal source of spiritual guidance. Learn how to: • Rapidly heal false beliefs about yourself, others and higher spiritual guidance • Heal guilt, shame, emptiness and aloneness • Move beyond self-judgment into self-compassion • Address the resistance that’s keeping you stuck • Heal relationship conflicts and attain the intimacy you’ve always wanted Unless you were raised by people who were loving to themselves, each other and to you, you may not have learned how to manage your painful feelings and may be operating from your ego wounded self, controlled by your fears and false beliefs. Self-abandonment perpetuates fears of rejection, abandonment, aloneness, engulfment or failure, and can also contribute to illness. Inner Bonding will help you love and value yourself. Your wounded self may often take over in unloving ways, trampling on your hurts, ignoring them or avoiding them with various addictions and controlling behavior including: • Addictions to drugs, food, nicotine, alcohol, relationships, work, TV or gaming • Co-dependence—trying to control others with anger, violence, guilt or compliance—making others responsible for your sense of safety and worth • Staying in your head rather than being present in your body • Self-judgment, shaming yourself • Obsessive thinking, ruminating, worrying • Resistance to self, others, spirit—to taking loving care of yourself