Becky Chambers' Blog

Reversing Osteoporosis with Whole Body Vibration: An 18% Increase in Bone Density in One Year

By Becky Chambers | March 28, 2024

A little over a year ago, Lisa Gardhouse, a retired kindergarten teacher, age 67, wanted to reverse her bone loss using an all-natural approach.  She had been diagnosed with osteoporosis, and did not want to use dangerous bone density drugs…. [Read More]

Whole Body Vibration + Counseling/Coaching Packages with Becky Chambers: Overview

By Becky Chambers | March 6, 2024

Get Moving Again With WBV Plus Coaching/Counseling with Becky Chambers Have you been stuck at home, inactive and eating too much? It’s a downward slide. Lack of exercise, poor eating, and mood issues can combine to cause mental and physical… [Read More]

Get Moving Again: Pat & Dan’s Story

By Becky Chambers | March 4, 2024

Last year Pat emailed me asking for help – she and her husband Dan wanted to get back on track with their health: Dan is taking too many prescriptions! He would like to get off as many as possible.  A… [Read More]

Workbook Chapter 3: The Pied Piper of Men

By Becky Chambers | July 18, 2011 | Comments Off on Workbook Chapter 3: The Pied Piper of Men

In Chapter 3 of Becky’s memoir, Beyond the Great Abyss, Becky, now the Pied Piper of Men (as seen in a vision by her intuitive counselor), meets a new and exciting man… Ricky.  She also reads the book Awakening Intuition, by Mona Lisa Shultz, M.D., Ph. D., and realizes that her sometimes disturbing dreams are sending her an intuitive message about why she is compulsively overeating. Intuition is the ability to receive information from the energy around you.  One of the easiest ways for most people to begin doing that is through their dreams, as this pathway bypasses the logical left brain, which often blocks this inherent ability in all human beings.  (See Workbook Introduction post for how to use this workbook).

Workbook Chapter 2: Pippi Longstocking

By Becky Chambers | July 9, 2011 | Comments Off on Workbook Chapter 2: Pippi Longstocking

As Chapter 2 unfolds, Becky is living alone in her house with her new puppy “Sugar.”  Jeanne Mayell, her intuitive counselor, has a vision of Becky as Pippi Longstocking: an orphan living alone with her animals but very strong, independent, lovable, friendly, free-spirited, adventurous and joyful.  However, Becky is taking risks in her search for romance….  She is advised to take the homeopathic remedy Tuberculinum, famous for romantic longings combined with impulsive, risky behavior.  (See Workbook Introduction for how to use this workbook). Intuition Development Exercise:  How do you find the deeper inner wisdom of what is right for you that we all possess?  Your feelings are one big clue.  But sometimes you are not even sure how you feel.  Taking the time to sit quietly and meditate on an… [Read More]

Workbook Chapter 1: Beginnings and Endings

By Becky Chambers | July 8, 2011 | Comments Off on Workbook Chapter 1: Beginnings and Endings

As Chapter 1 begins, Becky is one month from the final moment of divorce/separation from her husband of 23 years.  She is “petrified” realizing that her greatest fear in life is “being alone.”  She is also finishing a course of treatment with the homeopathic remedy Aurum, famous for long-standing, severe, and intractable depression.  (See Workbook Introduction, the previous post, for how to use this workbook). Intuition Development Exercise:  What are some of your fears, or your greatest fear?  How do you feel about being alone?  List 5 or more of your fears, then choose one, meditate for a few minutes on the thought and the feelings that come up, and write about it.   Try to do your meditation and writing in… [Read More]

Introducing The Workbook

By Becky Chambers | July 5, 2011 | 2 Comments

Beyond the Great Abyss is my story of transformation through natural health and energy medicine.  What you see in life and what will be drawn to you and stick to you is what is already in your head. That is your energy, and that is why it is so important to let go of negative energy.  It clouds your perception and experience of the world and it becomes a self-perpetuating prophesy of your future. An example of how your state of mind determines your perception is the range of reader reactions to my book.  One woman found it so “sad and depressing” that she couldn’t finish it.  She was convinced that I was being abused by my boyfriend and that I “just kept letting it happen… [Read More]

Our only planet Eaarth

By Becky Chambers | June 22, 2011 | 1 Comment

I’ve been reading eaarth, by Bill McKibben, and it’s a very scary read for the first 3/4 of the book, which is why I avoided reading it for the last year or so since it came out.  It took some regular and vigorous urging from Jeanne Mayell, the intuitive counselor who helped guide me safely through the wild and crazy last 4 years (see my memoir Beyond the Great Abyss), to get me to read it.  I knew it would be upsetting and depressing because it’s about global warming and you’d have to be an ostrich with your head in the sand not to have noticed that our weather is going crazy.  Epic rains and floods, droughts and fires, millennial hurricanes, tornadoes, cyclones, snowstorms, etc., and then the resulting crop… [Read More]

Kindness, Love and Empathy…

By Becky Chambers | June 12, 2011 | Comments Off on Kindness, Love and Empathy…

… make the world go round.  In just the last week, in two separate places, I have seen the same message, and it’s the same message as in my book; nothing matters more than love, kindness, empathy and compassion.  A Boston Globe article headlined: How kindness built civilization, (Cook, K10, June 5, 2011) sums up what Duke University scientist and researcher Brian Hare concludes is the “Wisdom of the Dog: to be smart, first play nice.”   He goes on to say, civilization developed because of  “the ability to tolerate each other, to be kind enough, and patient enough, that we could cooperate more deeply.  This led to language, tools, and civilization.”

Extreme nutrition, or common sense?

By Becky Chambers | June 7, 2011 | Comments Off on Extreme nutrition, or common sense?

A new documentary film, “Forks over Knives,” argues the virtues of a vegan diet.  The benefits to your health and for the planet are well studied and undeniable, as this informative and entertaining movie demonstrates in a dramatic way.  Graphs, charts and experts intermix with personal stories, such as that of Joey Aucoin who is on numerous drugs battling diabetes and hypertension, depression, fatigue and allergies.   After switching to a diet of fruits and vegetables, grains and legumes, plus exercise Joey is off all drugs and has never felt or looked better. In one of the best moments Dr. Calwell Esselstyn, a nutrition expert in the movie, replies to criticism that a plant-based, whole-foods diet is too extreme with the shocking but hilarious… [Read More]

Beyond… What?

By Becky Chambers | May 28, 2011 | 7 Comments

Welcome to this new interactive blog about the vast and exciting world of natural health.  I am a naturopath (natural health) and the author of a new memoir, Beyond the Great Abyss: Enlightenment, Redemption, and My Journey into the Unknown. It is my account of the spectacularly wild and transformative last four years for both me and a remarkable man I meet during this period.  Everyone has something they would like to change or improve on in their life.  This blog will explore different, new and powerful natural ways to aide that process, from new breakthrough energy therapies such as whole body vibration and constitutional homeopathy, to the basics of the food we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe.  Energy, also known as chi or life-force, guides and… [Read More]