Carnival of Creative Growth #4

Welcome to the Carnival of Creative Growth #4. I am delighted with the high quality of the articles this week, much appreciation to all of you who shared your writing!

gia combs-ramirez presents Being Open to Future Potential posted at The Science of Energy Healing, saying, “This infamous post wanted to be rewritten three times. Read it quick before it disappears into the future again.”

Anja Merret presents anja merret – chatting to my generation » Searching for Excellence posted at anja merret. This article about mediocrity and excellence acheives excellence.

Cardin Lilly Routh presents What I Learned at the Taco Shack posted at OptmistLab.com. The author abandoned a condescending adult point of view to try to truly see from the point of view of a young child, with surprising results.

Attila Borcsa presents Today we are going to do magick posted at Vertegram, saying, “See how you can take serious steps in creative self development by using some magick.”

Albert Foong presents What your ego is and how to stop it from obscuring your inner peace and unconditional love posted at Urban Monk, saying, “The ego is the source of all unhappiness. All unhappiness. What is it, how does it creep in, and what you can do? This is by far my longest, favourite, and most heartfelt article ever.”

Debra Moorhead presents The Motivational Trick that Works – EVERY Time posted at Debra Moorhead.com. She presents a creative journaling approach to powerful self motivation, well worth reading.

Conan Stevens presents Will You Die Before You Even Live? posted at Conan Stevens Online, saying, “Life is passing by, are you enjoying the ride?” I like his idea of looking at dying and evaluating whether you are living the life you really would most want to choose. His choices are do not resemble mine, but that is as it should be, each person makes their own.

Walks The Edge presents 5 Ways to Tone Down the Inner Judge posted at walkstheedge.com, saying, “Judgment is a sure way to kill creativity and personal growth. This article share some simple ways that have helped me minimize judgment.” This is a nice practical article about dealing with judgment, highly recommended.

Andy Schmitt presents Negative Resistance to Positive Vibration, In Five Easy Steps posted at The Secret Law of Attraction, saying, “Since starting The Law of Attraction Experiment I have been on somewhat of an emotional roller coaster. … I could not quite pinpoint what it was but this morning I vowed not to get out of bed until I identified what it was that was giving me this nagging negative resistance.” He then demonstrates how to follow a nagging feeling to its source to resolve the issues.

Ruth Mitchell presents What do you Collect? posted at Buy Outside the Box, saying, “This participation art project needs you.”

Greenearth presents Touching Silence posted at Winsome Gunning Art Walk, saying, “`Silence is the mother of truth.’ Benjamin Disraeli”. This is a lovely article about the creative process itself.

Wilson Ng presents Take it as a Challenge posted at Reflections of a BizDrivenLife, saying, “There will always be a lot of naysayers in this world. when you hear them say, you can’t do it, you may want to take that as a challenge to prove them wrong.”

Ellesse presents Are You Undermining Your Potential? posted at Goal Setting College. This article describes the difference between self limitation and expansion of potentials, and how to deliberately expand your potentials.

Jenn Givler presents Why doesn’t the Law of Attraction work??? posted at Thriving Holistic Business, saying, “Law of attraction works – so why isn’t it working for you? This month, we are conducting an LOA experiment that will dig deep and get to the bottom of what might be blocking your success. I’ll teach you how to get to the root of the issue, and how to remove the block – for good!” Apparently not in this article, the series starts Sunday.

Anmol Mehta presents Ajna Chakra Meditation Technique (3rd Eye) – Guided Meditation posted at Mastery of Meditation, Enlightenment & Kundalini Yoga, saying, “This meditation awakens one’s “Divine Eye” and promotes insight, awareness and the ability to see and feel that which is beyond the ordinary mind.”

Karen Lynch presents Daydream Believer posted at LivethePower. She explores daydreaming in this article.

john presents UnCurb Your Enthusiasm posted at Open-Secrets, saying, “UnCurb your enthusiasm and get creative.”

Lexi Sundell (hey, that’s me!) presents My Own Simply Successful Secrets which is a top ten list of those daily practices which are vital to my success.

That concludes this edition. All of you authors, please remember to add your links to this carnival. You are invited to submit your blog article to the next edition of Carnival of Creative Growth using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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