Unconditional love is one of the most enduring (and elusive) goals on any transformational path.
Too often, our attempts to find an overflowing source of love that’s not dependent on outer circumstances are fruitless. We know it’s out there, somewhere, but our search for self-love so often leads to dashed hopes and dead ends.
Spiritual teachers tell you that unconditional love is your birthright and offer platitudes like, “Love is the essence of who you are.” Psychologists assure you that embodying this love is the hallmark of healthy adulthood.
The truth is, it can feel agonizingly difficult to feel unconditional love for yourself, much less express it and live it.
That’s why I’m excited to offer you a very special invitation to join renowned psychologist Margaret Paul. She’ll share her advanced insights and practices for experiencing less judgment and more true and lasting self-love during the following virtual event on Saturday, September 24:
I believe it’s time for a new approach to loving yourself, one that blends spiritual practices like mindfulness with psychological science. And Inner Bonding, co-founded by Dr. Margaret, really delivers
During this special session, you’ll learn some important foundational insights and practices in this approach that you can apply to cultivating self-love — the best foundation for moving beyond various addictions, dramas and dysfunctions.
- Get a whole new understanding of what’s causing depression and anxiety
- Discover how to use self-love, instead of food, to fill your inner emptiness
- Approach new relationships from a stance of fullness rather than neediness
- Make advances in healing core shame
- Move out of stagnation into a life of aliveness, passion and sense of purpose
- Discover how to share love instead of always trying to get love
Paul at ChangeThatMind
P.S. Everyone who registers for Advanced Teachings for Fully Loving Yourself: The Foundations of Lasting Self-worth & Profound Healing will also receive the audio recording.
You won’t want to miss this event with renowned psychologist Margaret Paul because she’ll offer you the solution to fully loving yourself!
And check out what singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette has to say about Inner Bonding and Margaret’s teaching:
Inner bonding really nurtures and fosters the relationship between self and spirit. Personally it has helped every relationship that I have. I’m so grateful to Margaret for bringing inner bonding to people in the generous, nurturing way that she has.
— Alanis Morissette