Meditation, Yoga & Spiritual Growth Carnival – August 20, 2007 – Edition #6
Welcome to the August 20, 2007 edition of the Meditation, Yoga and Spiritual Growth Carnival. This is our sixth Meditation, Yoga and Spiritual Growth Carnival and thanks to everyone who participated. There are a wide range of great articles below which I am sure, readers and authors will find interesting, inspiring, useful and enjoyable.
Due to a mismatch with the dates with the BlogCarnival website, some posts that were submitted in July were missed. If you did submit and you don’t see your entry, please resubmit for the next edition. Sorry for this inconvenience. Also, please submit only 1 post from your blog per edition. Thank you.
Here is a particular article from a newly discovered, insightful and creative Blog which adds to my “How to Make a Baby the Right Way – With Illustrations” post. Head over to Desika’s blog to read more great articles on yoga and meditation…
health and wellbeing
Chris presents Four Paradoxes of Standing Meditation posted at Martial Development, saying, “Learn how standing meditation produced one of the greatest Kung Fu fighters of the 20th century, and how it can improve your health and fitness today.”
Michelle Croft presents I am Salt Water posted at Ancient Energy, saying, “In this waking dream, I found myself floating alone in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico. I should note here that for many years I suffered from severe hydrophobia, so normally a “dream” like this would have been classified as a nightmare for me. Yet, in this state, I was not afraid. In fact, I felt very peaceful. I found the warmth of the water and the rocking motion of the waves very soothing. I lay there enjoying the sensations for a while and then it occurred to me that this would be a good time to ask for guidance, as I had recently reached a turning point in my life and had been searching for my true direction. So in my dream I said, “I need guidance. Show me the way.” and I heard, or rather felt, the response, “Relax. Allow the current to carry you to where you need to go.””
Albert Foong presents How to remove negative thoughts and tame your monkey mind, Part 1 posted at Urban Monk, saying, “Controlling your mind – comprehensive and practical tips from the most respected systems, given the special Urban Monk treatment!”
Charles H. Green presents The Dark Side of Trust? Not! posted at Trust Matters, saying, “Harvard claims the key to trust is micromanagement; but the reality is that you can improve your personal and business relationships by letting go enough that trust has room to flourish.”
Lexi Sundell presents Crystalline Consciousness Technique™ posted at Energies of Creation, saying, “A powerful modality which accelerates intention, Crystalline Consciousness Technique™ is described along with the opportunity to try it for free.”
Warren Wong presents The Key To A Healthy Relationship posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “Are you in a healthy relationship? Do you know what makes a relationship healthy? Here’s the key to a healthy relationship.”
ananga presents Anxiety Relief: Why Getting More Stuff is not the Answer posted at Ananga Sivyer’s Living by Design Blog.
Lola presents Law of Attraction: Make the Conscious Unconscious – part 1 posted at Real World Spiritual and Personal Development.
Tupelo Kenyon presents How to Keep Your Word posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “This article is a poignant reminder of the power of your word. Celebrate life by honoring your word . . . and therefore the people with whom you interact. (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus songs with lyrics related to each article – all free.)”
Patricia Singleton presents Spiritual Journey of a Lightworker: Dreams Can Teach Us About Ourselves posted at Spiritual Journey of a Lightworker, saying, “By interpreting our dreams, we can learn more about ourselves. Dreams can be an important tool in our spiritual development.”
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