February 3, 2016 Beth Duncan 9 comments

I want to address a mis-interpretation of the meaning of mind-body health.  The mind and the body are ONE! It’s not a one or the other.  It is a concept of working on Both Together! When illness happens, it’s important to work on both the cause and the symptoms at the same time!  For example,…

January 13, 2016 Beth Duncan 8 comments

Years ago scientists told us that we only use 10 percent of our brain.  Today they tell us that we only use 5 percent!  We have so much power that we either neglect to use or just give away!  In previous blogs I’ve mentioned some of my experiences that have pushed me to rely more…

December 31, 2015 Beth Duncan 3 comments

In Dr. Esther Sternberg’s book, The Balance Within (Freeman & Company Publishers), she quotes Oscar Wilde (famous author and playwright) as saying, “Life is…made up of exquisite moments.”  Our minds hold memories from the time we are born.  Dr. Sternberg explains that memories are stored with emotions attached. She says that a good movie or…

November 20, 2015 Beth Duncan No comments exist

A simple definition of reframing is to look at something (an incident, someone’s behavior or actions) in a different way—from another point of view. You can also review situations after obtaining additional information (after becoming more informed), when you can see the whole picture! This is not always easy to do, especially when your emotions…

October 30, 2015 Beth Duncan 4 comments

So many times in my life I’ve been told after something happens to me: “Forget it!” “Put it behind you and go on with your life.”  “Don’t think about it!” But memories go deep.  Sooo, sooo deep—one on top of the other. Unfortunately, there really is no way to forget!  None!  Actually, we really only want…