#70 Carnival of Healing - 360 Degrees of Wellness
The Carnival of Healing is a weekly round-up of blogs across the Internet featuring information about healing, self empowerment, and spirituality.
This week at About Holistic Healing I posted Six Steps From Dis-ease To Living Better which is a basic outline of how I approach healing illness. Returning to wellness from an illness is coming "full circle." When reviewing the assortment of carnival submissions this week, I felt a strong sense of community with my blogger partners. So many of us ( healers, teachers, counselors, coaches, etc.) are each doing our part in helping others make the turns necessary to complete their 360 degree illness-to-wellness journeys. This circular path is well trodden.
Maria Yu announces her new Web site Chalk on the Sidewalk featuring inspirational quotes.
Self Analysis / Self Empowerment
Edward Mills, Evolving Times, posts Improve The Quality Of Your Life By Mastering Your Attention where he writes about feeling split between wanting to be involved in two activities at the same time and struggling with staying focused. Anyone who has ever felt fragmented or unfocused will be able to relate to Ed's experience.
Andrea Dickson, Wise Bread, posts, Can I Conquer My Vanity for the Sake of My Sanity?, a revealing post about her fear of being frugal and guilt from acquiring debt
Coaching and Counseling
Erek Ostrowski, Verve Coaching, posts Slimming and Slogging helping a woman who has reached a plateau in her weight loss program to set some new goals and effectively to become happy regardless if she loses more weight or not.
Motivational Speaker, Craig Harper posts A Successful Failure using his own professional journey as an example of creating something "amazing" in our lives. He says "... that failure is a crucial ingredient in the Personal Development journey. Show me a person who's never failed and I'll show you a person who's never done anything."
Aging and Youthful Living
Robert N. Seitz's article, Must We Grow Old?, submitted by Sean J. Vaughan
Healing The Body
Paula Gregorowicz, Coaching4Lesbians, posts What Does Your Body Say? She asks "Do you listen to your body regularly or have you been estranged from it since childhood?"
Aparna posts home remedies for indigestion
Baiguai, Kung Fu Artistry, posts, Beating Sore Muscles - Some pointers for minimizing muscle soreness or damage after extremely intense training or workout sessions. A brief list of herbal liniments and simple steps that can really help.
Mental and Emotional Health
Shaheen Lakhan, Brain Blogger, posts Mental Illness - It's Not Talked About comparing mental "pain" to crunching on peanuts with an abscessed tooth.
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