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.

Join me for Wild Goose Qigong

Posted by Beth Misner on Thursday, September 21, 2017
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Silence is Golden

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Our Security

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