Beth’s Blog


Here are my 7 most recent blog entries. I’ve actually been blogging for 7 years, so if you like what you read, below, be sure to check out the full archives at www.mindful-way.com/blog.

    • November 29, 2020Start 2021 with our Annual Retreat offered Virtually
      At the beginning of this year many of us gathered together as we’ve been doing for years, at our annual Mindfulness and Compassion Silent Retreat at the historic and beautiful-Joshua Tree Retreat Cent …

    • November 29, 2020January 2021 Silent retreat open for registration
      Hello Friends, I wanted to share with you this articulate testimonial about attending an on-line virtual retreat, and since you have been with us for one or more of our annual January Retreat at Joshu …

    • November 29, 2020The Benefits of On-Line retreats
      The Benefits of On–Line (virtual) Retreats See our up-coming one Jan 2-7th, 2021 One year ago, I committed to teach one of several annual silent retreats, in South Florida, where I have led retreats a …

    • July 20, 2020Ways to Practice NOW – with us!
      2020 July Blog We miss you and have received many requests about that we are up to;  We have some on-line offering s coming up in chronological order July 25th daylong https://desertinsight.org/event/ …

    • March 24, 2020This Is the Time We’ve Been Practicing For
      Recently a dear friend and fellow meditation teacher reminded me of what was said by a wise meditation practitioner, after 9/11; “This is the time we’ve been practicing for”. When people embark on an …

    • December 22, 2019Listening to the Messages of the Season
      I’ve been listening to both internal and external messages of the season. Externally I hear,“Happy Holidays”, “The Season of Giving”, “Buy Gifts Here”, “Joy to the World”, soon we’ll hear messages abo …

    • November 22, 2019Mindfulness and your Heart’s Calling
      Do you ever (or frequently) find yourself pulled in many directions at once? Everything seems important, compelling or maybe we’re pulled just out of habit, or  perhaps meeting the expectations of oth …

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