As an ordained minister holding an advanced degree in Theology with an emphasis in Spiritual Formation, Beth has a unique way of working with her clients to tap into pure awareness, deep abiding unconditional love, to bring them to a place of spiritual clarity and peace, no matter their faith path or tradition.
When you are considering how to bring Abundant Health into your life, there can be no doubt that the ability to intuitively listen to the voice of the Spirit is important. Beth‘s training and experience in Spiritual Direction can be of immense benefit to you.
Those who have experienced Spiritual Direction with Beth have received clarity, encouragement, and hope. Beth humbly listens to the whispers of God as you seek understanding in your unique situation, asking you to stop where she feels the Spirit’s urgings to go deeper and open your heart to all that is there for you.
I'm fascinated by science. I am the first-born daughter of an engineer who worked in the 60's and early 70's at NASA to help develop the fueling technology for the space program. Around 5th grade, I thought I might like to become a geologist, but I was raised in a...read more
If you follow me on Facebook, you know that I have just completed reading Cynthia Bourgeault's book, The Wisdom Jesus, and that I was moved and thoroughly blessed by her writing, the depth of her thoughts and her conclusions as to the meaning of Jesus's life and...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
In Part 1, I wrote about my responses in first learning that I have small breast tumor that my doctors believe to be highly likely to be malignant. Here is what transpired next: After going to one of the most skilled breast surgeons at MD Anderson, Ivan and I...read more
Last night Ivan and I were at a black-tie event together. We were milling around in the ballroom lobby with about 600 other guests, waiting for the grand doors to open, when I noticed a diminutive lady looking around as if she were lost. “I think she needs some...read more
Have you noticed that my blog posts have been few and far between? I told my good friend, Gabe O'Neill, the other day that "I need to have more space in my head in order to write." Can you relate? When life gets too full (read: too busy), it's hard for me to have the...read more
Ivan Richard Misner, Sr., truly was a wonderful man. In 1989, I married his son, Ivan Richard Misner, II, and in 1993, I delivered his grandson, Ivan Richard Misner, III. Over the past 26 years I have spent as Mrs. Ivan Richard Misner, I grew to love the man I knew...read more
I watched the events of January 7th in my beloved Paris unfolding with heaviness in my heart. I simply do not understand a thought process that rationalizes committing such violence to avenge an insult to a prophet. It is so far removed from my ability to make sense...read more
I have been watching the progress of the so-called Islamic State (IS) with a heightened sense of awareness of how extremism in ANY religion can lead to extreme separation and division. Separation and division create a mind-set where it almost becomes not only okay,...read more