Like most small children, I was naturally spiritual, yet I grew up in an atheist family where any kind of connection or devotion to God or Spirit was considered to be a crutch. This was confusing, to say the least.
In my early 30s, after years of therapy and still feeling like something was missing, I started on a search to have an experience of Spirit. I learned to meditate, found a guru, and listened to tapes on learning how to connect with a source of spiritual guidance. While I had moments of connection with something beyond myself, the connection just seemed to happen out of the blue, and I still had no idea how to make it happen at will.
I had become a traditional psychotherapist, but after 17 years of private practice, I was not happy with the results. I wanted my clients to have a process they could turn to on their own so they wouldn't always have to pay to see me. Also, I knew that true healing could not occur without a spiritual connection, because we need to be able to turn to a Source of love, truth and guidance to know how to love ourselves and fill ourselves up with love. But I still didn't know how to have this connection in an ongoing way, and I didn't know how to help my clients create this connection.
At that time, about 30 years ago, I started to pray for a process that would help people to heal on a very deep level — a process that included Spirit. That's when I met my best friend Dr. Erika Chopich, who is also the co-creator of the process that I use today with my clients. She had half the process and I had the other half, so of course we had to meet to put it all together!
As we worked together to create this powerful self-healing process, it became apparent what had been missing for me. It's all about raising your frequency to the level of Spirit. When you learn how to raise your frequency, you have an instant connection with your personal source of spiritual guidance.
The question became: how do we raise our frequency? The answer actually came from Spirit. And it's surprisingly simple to understand, though not always easy to do.
In the Inner Bonding process, there are only two intentions possible at any given moment: