Carnival of Creative Growth #6

Welcome to the Carnival of Creative Growth #6. It has been a busy week and I found the number of submissions daunting because I read all the articles as I put the carnival together. I plowed into the long list of entries this evening and ended up thoroughly enjoying the process. I hope you all find as much pleasure in this collection as I did!

Vera Nadine presents Universal Soul: The Video Meditation posted at Vera Nadine – Discovering true hope through the magic of spirit, saying, “Embrace your power of creation with this inspirational video meditation. This is the first one I’ve ever designed and I am so proud of my little creation! Anything is Possible!” Don’t worry about it being her first, it is a lovely meditation with some beautiful imagery. I certainly hope she continues to produce these!

Anmol Mehta presents The True Purpose of Relationships posted at Mastery of Meditation, Enlightenment & Kundalini Yoga, saying, “Relationships are meditation in motion and offer a unique opportunity to study the workings of the mind. Article explores how to deal with difficulties in relationships and grow from them. Includes a story to illustrate its points.” An excellent article well worth reading!

Gia Combs-Ramirez presents What’s Happening Energetically When You Feel Defensive or Resentful? posted at the Science of Energy Healing, saying, “When you feel defensive or resentful, it is your body’s message that someone has projected their energy on you.” This article gives specific methods for correcting the problems identified by the emotions.

TherapyDoc presents Courage posted at Everyone Needs Therapy, saying, “Creative is the operative word, of course, but the operative phrase might be, It’s about happy, that’s all.” This is a highly readable article which is pleasantly out of the ordinary in an inspiring way.

Karen Lynch presents Action In Joy posted at LivethePower. This is an excellent post about how to get better results by working with joy.

Heather Flanagan presents VIP Meme Project: Visualizing a World That Works posted at Visualize Possibilities. I like the concept of this meme, you may want to all join in the fun.

Lexi Sundell presents Five Future Possibilities posted at Energies of Creation. I was so taken with Heather’s meme I promptly wrote my contribution to it.

Wanda Grindstaff presents It’s All About Having FUN – Living with Intent posted at Creating Abundant Lifestyles, saying, “Just have some fun to ramp up your vibration.” A nice article, and I love the idea of playing with the dog to be more productive!

Erek Ostrowski presents Ease Up and Don?t Swing So Hard! posted at Verve Coaching, saying, “One of the things I love about golf is that it serves as a brilliant metaphor for life… What I love about golf is the same thing I love about life. No matter how much I think I’ve learned, there are an infinite number of things left undiscovered.” Here’s one for all you golfers!

Albert Foong presents Aristotle vs. Urban Monk Round 1: Finding Bliss. Success. Love. posted at Urban Monk, saying, “The Highest Human Good – Aristotle’s work on success and happiness, given the usual Urban Monk emphasis on readability and practicality – how you can apply his works to your life right now.”

Andy Schmitt presents The Art of Allowing – Let Go of Your Ego posted at The Secret Law of Attraction.This article gives some interesting direct personal experiences to illustrate his realization of the importance of letting go of the ego.

Debra Moorhead presents On a Rampage posted at Debra Moorhead.com. She demonstrates a method of appreciation that dispelled depression.

Jack Yoest presents The Queen’s Previous Visit: A lesson in attention to detail posted at Reasoned Audacity, saying, “Attention to detail. The White House got it right this time with the Queen’s visit. But perhaps not on her last visit here with George H. W. Bush. Your Business Blogger received the following from Alert Reader Bob Morrison.”

Kathryn presents San Fran Voice » SF Art Speaks: An Interview With Helena Tiainen posted at San Fran Voice, saying, “Explore the creative process of a working artist in this interview from San Francisco.”

Art presents Self Commitment posted at Success Step. This article extolls the intellect as the “finest aspect of the internal instrument.” I can’t say that I agree, but it is an interesting read.

Almomento presents 10 Steps to Better Efficiency in Your Day to Day Life posted at BurstCreativity discusses ways to become more efficient on a daily basis.

Eduardo Zambrano presents A Rite of Passage for the 21st Century posted at The Way of It. An engaging article which allows the son to tell the story in his own words.

Cade Krueger presents Integrity posted at Make Money Business Opportunity @ Write To Right. This article describes making ethics and integrity the foundation for any business.

JoLynn Braley presents Do You Deserve To Be Thin? posted at The Fit Shack. She suggests using affirmations to shift self esteem, making weight loss easier.

Ananga presents 5 Ways to Master Your Emotions posted at Ananga Sivyer’s Living by Design Blog, which, as the title implies, offers 5 ways to improve emotional balance.

Alvaro Fernandez presents Take the Senses Challenge posted at Brain Fitness. This is both fun and informative.

Anna Farmery presents Widgets for Work posted at The Engaging Brand. She proposes some new widgets that would provide business solutions with human interactions.

Marc and Angel presents You Will Succeed When You Are the Only Person in the World posted at Marc and Angel, saying, “How can anyone successfully conquer their dreams when they ignore the world of possibility they live in?”

D.M. Cook presents Phase One. posted at Evolation. This is a simple introduction to his blog, giving his purpose.

Scott Lee presents Acknowledge Your First Steps But Always Ask: What is the Next Step? posted at Scott Free Thinking is a rambling post on his current state of illness and questions what step he takes next.

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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  1. UrbanMonk

    Sorry to double comment, I tried to save your site at technorati using the button on the top left but it gave me an error. Just thought I’d let you know.

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    UrbanMonk, Thanks for the heads up. I fixed the technorati button, which did seem to have lost its little mind somehow. Working now.

    Stumbling is also good if anyone wants to do that.

    Lexi

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