Print Posted by Margaret Paul on 09/29/2016 in Wellness
Advanced Teachings for Fulling Loving Yourself

Advanced Teachings for Fulling Loving Yourself

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09/29/2016 11:19 pm
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Discover How to Access Deep, Abiding, Unconditional Love for Yourself — Including Any Parts You Feel Ashamed Of.


Move Beyond Superficial Affirmations and Platitudes and Uncover a Wellspring of Self-love Through the Proven Power of the “Inner Bonding” Process


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. 

Instead, you may feel trapped in a downward spiral of self-judging thoughts, negative emotions and unending relationship drama, which can make the idea of unconditional love seem like a distant fantasy.

Finding a steady stream of unconditional love can, thus, seem like an impossible goal. Even if you’re a dedicated seeker, you may find yourself struggling with a sense of incompleteness — of not having found the wholeness you desire.

That’s because there’s an aspect of your growth that is rarely, if ever, addressed by the “experts” you turn to for guidance. This is the ability for you to  truly love different parts of yourself and create a secure “internal bond” between them

This lack of secure bonding is a major contributor to challenges ranging from relationship struggles to addiction, anxiety and depression. In its place is often a deep well of self-criticism and self-loathing.

Judging yourself for this self-abandonment only compounds the problem by making you feel more unlovable and exacerbating your sense of unworthiness.

It’s time for a new approach, one that blends spiritual practices like mindfulness with leading-edge psychological science. That approach is Inner Bonding,  co-founded by psychologist Margaret Paul.

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