You have set your intentions, identified your goals, and yet, you are not experiencing the abundant health that can be yours. It might be due to the programming in your subconscious that you are being held back.
Beth uses the Heart Freedom Method to gently re-teach your subconscious mind the truths of who you are now and how you are manifesting your own healing and wholeness. She is also a meditation facilitator and a qigong teacher, and can empower you with centering techniques that will give you the ability to use your mind to bring the deepest levels of healing to your body.
Mindfulness is often overlooked when focusing on healing and health, but Beth understands that it is possibly the most important part of getting healthy and straying there. The idea of meditation can be intimidating and overwhelming, but in reality, it is so simple, unassuming, and easy to implement. Beth teaches several styles of meditation, and one of them is bound to resonate with you. From Vipassana, Qigong, and Christian contemplative meditation, Beth will be able to help you plug in to a mindfulness practice that will benefit you and complement your own personality and belief system.
Photo by Carl Studna As I continue to assimilate the profound thoughts in Beth Kempton’s book, Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom for a Perfectly Imperfect Life, the idea of a perfectly imperfect life has a certain fascination to me. I will be honest with you and tell you...read more
If you’re following me on social media or reading my blog, you will know by now that I have been enjoying reading Beth Kempton’s book, Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom for a Perfectly Imperfect Life. There is so much within this book which sang to me, creating a strong...read more
Photo by Elisabeth Misner at Texas Safari Ranch I am sitting here in my little red pickup truck looking across a small field at three longhorns with a calf and wondering if I’m looking at them, or are they looking at me? There can be no question that our eyes are...read more
I have been reading and enjoying Beth Kempton’s book, Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom for a Perfectly Imperfect Life. I have so many take aways from this book that I plan to start a reading circle to read and discuss it in community. As my heart opens to receive the...read more
If you’ve been following my journey through breast cancer healing with alternative protocols (no chemotherapy, surgery, or radiation), you know that my life was turned on its head in February of 2017. My life took on new rhythms and new routines. I came home after a...read more
I recently started teaching the Chinese meditative, energetic practice of Qigong (pronounced chee-gong) at the Lake Austin Spa Resort. Each morning before I teach my class, I lead a guided meditation to set the daily intention for the guests that carries them through...read more
Here is the Shibashi Taichi-Qigong set we did this morning in Long Beach. I hope you are blessed...read more
Over twelve years ago as a 41-year-old mom with three teenagers, I started reading Dr. Richard A. Swenson’s book, The Overload Syndrome, at the recommendation of Debbie Williamson, the leader of our church’s women’s ministry at the time. I also worked through the...read more
Previously I posted about the things I learned while doing my immune therapy in Santa Barbara at the Issels Center. You may have noticed that my list includes some pretty random things, and that not all of the items on my list appear to be health related. As a...read more
I'm going to split up the posts about all I learned while doing immunotherapy in Santa Barbara simply because explaining the entire list would be overwhelming as one blog post. Ivan (my dear, dear husband) and I learned more than we ever, ever thought we would need to...read more