Beth Lynch

Beth Lynch, RN, APN, EEM-CLP

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Beth Lynch is an Eden Energy Medicine Clinical Practitioner, a certified Warrior Goddess Facilitator and the owner of Roots & Wings Energy. Her journey as a healer began in the nursing field. She’s always been drawn to caring for the whole person, recognizing that we are physical, mental, emotional and spiritual beings with important needs on each level. Beth studied Eden Energy Medicine (under Donna Eden and her experienced faculty) for 3 years to become a clinical practitioner. What she enjoys most about working with clients is that she can hold the space of complete acceptance of their states of being. The world doesn’t need any more judgement. She wants clients to understand that energy is just energy—there is no right or wrong. We identify areas that are flowing well and areas that need support, and realize that it’s all part of their individual soul’s journey.

What is your bedtime ritual?
I do an energetic ’emptying’ to allow for the release of my day.  It includes variety, but my favorites are the Heaven and Earth exercise, The Blow Out exercise, Crown Pull, rubbing my feet in between each toe and pulling energy off toes, spoon feet (with stainless steel spoon that sticks to magnet) (10-15 seconds each foot), usually put essential oil on feet when I rub them, deep breaths when climb into bed, hook up belly and heart chakras with one hand on each.
If my mind is racing about tomorrow I’ll empty again by writing things down.  Also do the alternate Wayne Cook pose in the bed. If I am fearful about something I hold my forehead and back of head with light pressure or hold my temple and throat notch while on my side.
What do you do during the day that has the biggest impact (positive or negative) on your sleep?
Regular energy work on myself during the day and before bed.
In the last 5 years, what new belief, behavior or habit has most improved your sleep?
Letting go of others’ needs before bed.
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