Carnival of Creative Growth 3

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Welcome to the April 30, 2007 edition of carnival of creative growth. I have been working with creative growth in a variety of ways this week and thought I would include a post about integrating a puppy into an otherwise peaceful studio/gallery, Regulating Puppy Energy Fields.

Gia Combs-Ramirez presents Emotions as Energetic Messengers posted at Science of Energy Healing.

Albert Foong presents Little Secrets of the Power of Expressing Gratitude – Even for the bad posted at Urban Monk.

Joseph presents how to attain sucess posted at Self Help and Personal Development.

Aaron M. Potts presents Do you know the 3-Letter Formula for Personal Development Success? posted at Today is that Day.

Conan Stevens presents What Are You Seeking In Life? Do You Worry To Much? posted at Conan Stevens Online.

Alan presents Just blew the chance of a Lifetime? – Dont worry, be happy 🙂 posted at Made to Be Great.

Kevin Kinchen presents The Awesome Power of Gratitude posted at Creative Power of Thought: Thoughts Become Things.

John Hill presents Seeking Security Can Be Dangerous posted at Universe Of Success.

Praveen presents Garbage In, Quality Out posted at Tao of Simplicity.

Aaron M. Potts presents Self Improvement Task: Affirmations that really Work posted at Today is that Day.

Alvaro Fernandez presents » Mind & Life Institute « Brain Fitness Revolution at SharpBrains posted at SharpBrains, saying, “On the Mind & Life Institute and a “novel” method for mental training.”

Sean J. Vaughan (on behalf of the author Dan Barker) presents Little Bright Lies posted at Reason and Rhyme, saying, “Believing that intelligence, like happiness, can be developed makes you more likely to do so.”

That concludes this edition. Don’t forget to add your links from your article 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. Remember, all facets of life can express creative growth, so let’s see some more great articles next week!

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5 thoughts on “Carnival of Creative Growth 3

  1. Kara-Leah Masina

    Great carnival, I’m looking forward to reading through the other articles.
    Thanks for including me!

    Much joy,

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  3. Lexi Sundell

    Thanks to all of you! I appreciate having your articles for the carnival.


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