Hey everyone - it is carnival day!! The Carnival of Healing is a weekly round-up of personal Web sites and blogs on the topics of holistic health, wellness, spirituality, and self empowerment.The Carnival of Healing is celebrating its 50th edition. Wowee! Fifty is a nice fat round number. I normally refrain from posting a laundry list style carnival whenever I host but I've been traveling this week and am playing a bit of catch up so that's my excuse for being less than creative. Just to make it interesting I will dub this carnival "String Cheese" for no reason at all. I'm really not trying to string anyone along. Wow... we have lots of great entries!
The 49th edition of our carnival was hosted by Edward Mills at Evolving Times. He has become a Blog Carnival enthusiast and has started up his very own carnival - here's the first edition:Law of Attraction Carnival
Scott Smith, Other Lights, will be hosting our next carnival on September 9. His theme is "Life, Death and the Sacred Transition." If you are interested in hosting a future carnival here's how to sign up. Meanwhile... let's explore today's carnival attractions.
Zenchill.com - Power Tools for Mind, Body, and Soul posts The Allergy (water) Cure recommending F. Batmanghelidj's book Your Body’s Many Cries For Water. F. B. suggests drinking a combination of water and sea salt based on your body weight. Hey, if you are an allergy or asthma sufferer this remedy might be worth a trial. But, you will have to give up caffeine.
Ben Spencer, Live Consciously, posts Creating Lasting Change. Ben is making strides in changing his perspectives, owning up to his personal accountability of the types of energy that the universe sends his way. He says energy moves like a boomerang. Whatever energy (positive or negative) is sent out mimics the energy that gets thrown back at you. *nodding in agreement* Ben attributes Steve Pavilina's Personal Development Blog (specifically the post Law of Attraction) for his changing views.
Patricia, A Better You blog, posts Managing Stress, How to face your challenges and succeed with these 5 steps to managing stress; triumph in adversity, from everyday pressure to tragedy and trauma. "Could you use a more efficient system for managing your stress? " Couldn't we all?
Alex, Have Passport, Will Travel, posts Gastric Bypass (or something like that). Alex is seeking comments from others who have undergone this same procedure as a way of support for a friend of his who underwent this surgery.
Kenneth lim (who considers himself to be 70% -80% vegan), Kenneth health & spiritual blog, posts 3 main reasons to be vegan... Hmmm, I'm wondering if Kenneth has a fear of baldness?
Garoth Thorp, Forest Of Thought postsRelaxation And Calm Make Life Reeealy Easy This blog entry offers philosophies, actions, solutions, and maintenance subtopics to help you switch from being worrisome to becoming calm.
Paul Mernon, Infrared Sauna Info, posts Choosing infrared sauna if you have MCS (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity). This article presents Paul's thoughts and tips on how a person with MCS can approach the task of choosing an infrared sauna for supplementary treatment.
Evelyn Rodriguez, Crossroads Dispatches, posts Like A River, Life. Evelyn says her post is about a recent event that reinforced the wisdom in living in the moment, absolving oneself of control-freakness, and abiding in stillness.
Dr. Herczeg Janos offers a non-blog article Life Forecast Health Tips: A medical skeptic filters the medical literature and presents simple and useful health and nutrition advice covering topics ranging from cancer and heart disease prevention, to diet and food, exercise, losing weight and blood tests.
Christine Kane posts Are You Hook-able? Some good thoughts here about how words can be used to bring about an emotional reaction from others. Also advice on un-hooking the hooks that charge up our emotions.
You have come to the end of today's carnival attractions. I hope that you found more than a couple that peaked your interest. See ya next time!