Mary Beth Owen

Mary Beth Owen is a curious spirit and seeker at heart. She is passionate about exploring the mind, body and spirit connections within all of us. As a wellness coach, she loves helping people return to their original loving nature by breaking down fear and judgment.

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This I Believe…

May 10

This I Believe…

              Admission. I wrote this after listening to This I Believe podcasts on NPR and reading the book, This I Believe. I was inspired by what I heard and read and wanted to submit my own essay. The submission requirements at the end of the book said to be brief, have a title and talk about what you DO believe, not what you...

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Resilience: The Secret Sauce

Apr 10

Resilience: The Secret Sauce

            Resilience. Beautiful word isn’t it? What the heck does it mean?  It is like saying, “love is all you need” but having no idea what love actually acts like or feels like. I’ve often felt resilience is like this secret sauce that is the key to loving life, and yet no one wants to talk about it or knows...

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The Truth Shall Set you Free.?

Feb 29

The Truth Shall Set you Free.?

            I recently got back from a week long yoga/meditation retreat in Mexico. Yes, it was a dream come true. I slept outdoors alongside 7 other women, listening to the ocean, showering and sharing to candlelight. We woke up to meditate every morning before sunrise, following by yoga, followed by all organic meals with yoga at...

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Blahs

Jan 07

Blahs

            I’ve come down with a case of the blahs lately. Their melody seems to linger and I can’t shake it. I heard an analogy recently about emotions being like chords in music. They can come in waves of 3, 5, sometimes more. Sometimes creating beautiful harmony, other times, painful disharmony. And lately I’ve been playing a...

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What do you want to be when you grow up?

Aug 24

What do you want to be when you grow up?

            Well, here goes nothing. Literally. I gave my 2 weeks notice at my job last week without a new job to jump into. I thought I’d braced myself for jumping off that cliff without the safety net of a plan, but I was wrong. Even though I made a vow to myself to allow the empty space and a few months to explore my options...

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