There is no stronger advocate for your Abundant Health than the power of your own Mind. Beth will teach you how to tap into the depths of your subconscious mind, fully 80% of your brain’s software, to achieve your health goals. learn how to integrate the subconscious mind and your conscious intentions with meditation, qigong, and the Heart Freedom method.
Beth knows how to be a Body Whisperer. She understands many “hacks” that can promote holistic health for you on a physical level. Beth’s unique abilities to communicate the WHY of routines and practices that lead to recovery, remission, and homeostasis have motivated many people to change their patterns, and most of all, stick with the things that keep them healthy.
Spiritual Direction is the ability for one person to listen to the urging of Spirit on behalf of another. Beth is a gifted and insightful Spiritual Director. For those who have been blessed to work with Beth as a Spiritual Director, the positive shifts that have happened for them can only be described as life changing. Beth’s approach is inclusive of many faith traditions and is also very comfortable for those who identify as spiritual, but not religious.
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's a little something I filmed to help you with your ghee-making process! Here is what my ghee looks likes now that it has cooled and been strained: Now it is in my pretty jar that will reside stove-side for future...read more
Here is the Shibashi Taichi-Qigong set we did this morning in Long Beach. I hope you are blessed...read more
We all hide things from the world, don’t we? At least I think most of us do. I KNOW I do. And one of the things I have hidden from the world turns out to be something that could have been (and will be) helpful for many people if I were about to share it — to be...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
Some people are slow learners. I must be one of them. My friend, Cherie Clark, says that there are no slow learners; just thorough ones. That’s me: a thorough learner! Especially when it comes to avoiding the Overload Syndrome. My first experience with OS was way,...read more
My friend Ken Stone and I had a fun conversation yesterday about resonance. Ken is known as the Soul Archaeologist and loves to help people live in a profound experience of connection with God. As we talked about resonance and the implications it carries for...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