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.
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
Once my week of immuno-oncology treatment was finished in Mexico, the Issels Medical Center transferred me from the hospital in Tijuana to their facility in Santa Barbara, CA. The fact that their focus on cancer is one week of the four and the rest of the time is...read more
Let me pause from blogging about the dynamics of my week in the hospital (pursuing immuno-oncology after my breast cancer diagnosis) to take you inside my heart, for that is truly where most of my healing is taking place. It is my Ground Zero for healing. My first...read more
In this post I will answer the questions many of you have asked me about my treatment while I was in Mexico at the immuno-oncology hospital during the month of April: what in the world did they do to you?! First, I received daily non-toxic IV chemotherapy targeted...read more
So, now I am home from my month-long treatment. I won't say "cancer treatment," because it was so much more than that, and I have learned a lot! To bring you up to speed, I left very quickly for Mexico after the 3T MRI test results returned with a BI-RADS score of...read more
My husband, Ivan, hates surprises. Me, I LOVE them. He succeeded in completely surprising me for my 40th birthday, even though all my family had flown in from near and far. I knew it had to be happening that weekend, but he pulled it off. What I thought was just a...read more
I have been on the road for two years. The places I have been and the people I have met have been nothing short of amazing. I wouldn't trade one moment, one trip, one experience or one memory for anything in the world. And now it is time to come off the road, to nest...read more
My husband, Ivan, the founder of BNI, has said for as many years as I have known him, “You have to treat loyalty like royalty.” And I have watched him do just that. He has used this phrase mostly in light of our staff. If a staff member is particularly loyal to the...read more