"Inner bonding" with Margaret Paul
Posted by: JayJoseph ()
Date: September 02, 2008 09:12AM

Has anyone had positive or negative experiences with the Inner Bonding workshops?.......The Dr. Margaret Paul seems to have written some books and does the weekend, 3 day, and 5 day workshops.......It sounds like good healing techniques BUT after doing research here I am not so sure........One of the facilitators is Rythea Lee Kaufman who I believe is the daughter of Bears Kaufman who runs the Option Institute......I have been told that she claims to have suffered from childhood abuse and sexual abuse and no longer speaks to her parents.......The Option Institute has been called a cult and many people have had negative experiences........but the Inner bonding web page looks like so many self-help/healing seminar organiztion.......Thanks

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Re: "Inner bonding" with Margaret Paul
Date: May 11, 2020 11:21AM

Rythea lee runs a peer-counseling group in Massachusetts that is based on and uses the same language as scientology practices, discharging, ect. I guess the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

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Re: "Inner bonding" with Margaret Paul
Posted by: guest ()
Date: July 30, 2022 08:49PM

The Inner Bonding workshops is a cult. Dr. Margaret Paul, looking back in hindsight, and her assistants were running a soft cult.

AT one of the retreats, looking in hindsight again, was also very cult-like and she actually would be irritated with people who didn't fit the Inner Bonding

Study any leaders language and how they speak with the tone of their voice. They do not talk in normal conversations like ordinary people, but always as a superior to you, never as an equal. They are not able to have normal everyday
conversations, small talk, talk about families, casual conversations if you notice ... like the average person.

With most cults, the leaders will reverse any disagreements for doubts about the cult group and redirect it towards you to cause doubt, etc. Cult leaders do not know they are acting as cult leaders, most of the time because they are eceived themselves.

Most of the people at Hay House, probably all of them, are also like that too.
If you do research on Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, etc ... they all have
been caught in scandals. Marrianne Williamson did not pay her staff the campaign fees of thousands (when she was running for some kind of office) and had to go back on tour to finally reimburse them, after they had to make a noise.

"forgive them for they not know what they do" (KJV)
"do not partake in their sin" (KJV)

... and walk away.

Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 07/30/2022 09:17PM by guest.

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