I am posting the first Carnival of Creative Growth a bit early. I allowed extra time in case my schedule was jammed, which happily it is not. This first edition of the carnival offers a delightfully diverse collection of writings. If you apply information from each article you should see creative new results in all areas of your life!
gia combs-ramirez presents The Effects of Drugs on the Energy System posted at The Science of Energy Healing. This gifted energy healer offers information from her perspective as to how different recreational or prescription drugs can affect your energy system. She has other articles of interest on her blog so I recommend those as well.
Caroline Latham presents Easy Steps to Improve Your Brain Health Now posted at SharpBrains. She says, “Creativity requires mental flexibility and openness, as well as discipline and structure. Better brain fitness can improve your mental petri dish of new ideas.” She offers a highly practical list of steps for improvement.
Albert Foong presents Personal Development – The teachings of the Urban Monk » Blog Archive » Happiness: How to maximize pleasure and joy posted at Personal Development – The teachings of the Urban Monk. This article discusses the ways we seek happiness and offers his own experience in using meditation and other methods to deepen joy and sustain it on a less fleeting basis.
Anmol Mehta presents 3 Most Powerful Yoga Pranayamas and Kriyas – Part 1 posted at Mastery of Meditation, Enlightenment & Kundalini Yoga. The author states that this breathing exercise (yoga pranayama) is famous for building one’s creative, artistic and holistic nature and abilities. This article is clearly written and well detailed for those who wish to follow the practice themselves.
Conan Stevens presents Triceps Not Growing – Now Train Chest And Triceps Together posted at Worlds Biggest Action Hero?. Lest we neglect the body, Conan gives us an article about muscle growth – the art of body sculpting. He discusses growing his tricep muscles to build a better balanced physique.
Ted Reimers presents Should I get an MBA? posted at CampusGrotto College Blog. His article explains the benefits to those who choose to go on and get their MBA. This is useful for those contemplating how to create their career path.
As my own offering to this carnival, I include Creativity and Constraints. This illustrated article describes the process of painting under strong constraints contrasted with the process of painting with complete freedom. An explanation of the effective use of constraints in creative development is included.
This wraps up the first edition of the weekly Carnival of Creative Growth. I thank all of you who submitted writing to the edition as the quality of the articles made my task most enjoyable. If you can post a link to this page so more people can enjoy all these articles, this will help everyone.
You are invited to submit your blog article to the next edition of Carnival of Creative Growth using our carnival submission form. Remember, all facets of life can express creative growth, so let’s see some more great articles next week!