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The Carnival of Healing is a weekly collection of brief reviews of articles sent from throughout the blogging world to help us to learn about how we may create the health and life we each desire.

Anmol Mehta has the gentle, nurturing way of expressing instruction for effective meditation practice that one would hope to find in a good teacher. Ajna Chakra Meditation Technique (3rd Eye) – Guided Meditation is posted at Mastery of Meditation, Enlightenment & Kundalini Yoga. This is a Meditation to awaken and balance the Ajna Chakra (Divine Eye) which promotes intuition, awareness and mastery over the entire gross and subtle energetic systems of the body. I’ll bet that you will enjoy this post and meditation as much as I have.

Always entertaining and inspirational, Craig Harper’s post this week begins ‘If you’re like many, then some days your mind is a war zone. Complete with the good guys (Mr glass-half-full) and the bad guys (Mr stay-in-bed-you-loser) fighting for your attention; your thoughts. Competing for valuable territory on your cerebral landscape…’ Read more of War of the Mind posted at Motivational Speaker. Enjoy!

It’s not easy on the body, mind and spirit to keep abreast of world news and the chronic violence in our communities. Raymond David Salas offers us a sensible approach to making it through the upheaval of emotions in How to Overcome Tragedy posted on his fine blog Power Tools Blog.

Debra Moorhead writes an impressive list of tools for living life to the fullest. 7 Ways to be Happier and More Fulfilled in Everything You Do may be found at Debra Debra’s blog is an amazing gem; I urge you to have a little fun exploring it as soon as you can!

JoLynn Braley educates us about one of the most widely used ingredients found in most junk food on the market today that may well be contributing to the poor health of kids and adults alike. Please read these important facts in her well researched article What Is High Fructose Corn Syrup, and Why Is It So Bad For My Body? This article provides us with some background on high fructose corn syrup and why it can be detrimental to our weight and health. You’ll find it posted at The Fit Shack.

John Hill offers us Overcoming Shyness, which could also be called ‘Yet Another Reason to Smile’. Smiling is something we all can do to help stay happy and healthy. Find this and other introspective writings posted at Universe Of Success.

This week, my contribution is called Sleepless in Your Hometown found right here at Wisdom of Healing. Americans are a tired bunch these days, and safe, useful information about herbs and foods traditionally used for increasing deep and restful sleep may be helpful for millions of exhausted people, young and mature.

Speaking from her heart and her own experience, Christine Kane brings us Taking Action Makes you Happier. Here’s Why. Find this and other well written posts on a variety of tempting topics at Christine Kane’s Blog.

Patricia urges us to be aware and present so as to Make the Most of Every Moment: Lessons from the Terminal Illness That Wasn’t, found posted at A Better You Blog.

Aparna has suggestions that many young women may benefit from. Home Remedies for Delayed Periods has several safe and simple solutions for any woman to try. Find this and dozens of other excellent articles posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming.

Lexi Sundell brings us the important news on our small but important victory after the FDA’s outrageous attempt to erode our personal choice in alternative health modalities and use of food supplements. Freedom of Choice in Food Supplements Update is posted at Energies of Creation.
To continue to stay informed about the big pharma’s attempt to limit our access to holistic health approaches to wellness, please visit Democracy in Action. Send an e-letter and let your congresspeople know how important this choice is to you.

Although I usually skip newsletters in the carnivals, this one is certainly worth sharing with you. Boyd Martin offers us well-tested, scientifically sound techniques we can apply on ourselves to reduce pain, eliminate worry, restore equilibrium and bring back that natural state of well-being. Read and enjoy The Four Techniques, posted at Vibrant Living Newsletter Blog.

Vera Nadine provides a convincing case for recognizing and preventing Spiritual Hermit Syndrome, found posted at Vera Nadine – Discovering true hope through the magic of spirit.

David Maxwell presents a brief statement on taking supplemental Calcium, posted at Medical Health. Personally, I’m a big fan of the use of nourishing organic whole foods and herbs to get the nutrients needed by the body, just as the generations before us did.

Andrew presents us with his reasoning for adopting a vegan diet to prevent obesity and disease in Lifecrafting · Meat Part II: How It’s Layering You With Fat And Giving You Diabetes. You’ll find it posted at Lifecrafting.

Last week’s Carnival of Healing is found at Chakracises Blog, and you will find the Carnival of Healing will be up on May 19th at the fantastic change therapy. Enjoy your life!

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5 Responses to “Carnival of Healing #85”

  1. on 12 May 2007 at 1:35 pm JoLynn Braley

    Hi Cindy,

    Thank you very much for not only including me in your carnival, but also recommending that your readers read my article (on high fructose corn syrup)!

    All the best,


  2. on 12 May 2007 at 5:15 pm Lexi Sundell

    Thanks for including my post in the carnival. I appreciate the effort you put into assembling this one and I put a link from my blog to this page to help promote it.

  3. on 12 May 2007 at 10:03 pm isabella mori

    great job, cindy, and i’m looking forward to doing the carnival next week. hopefully it’ll have one of your contributions!

  4. on 14 May 2007 at 8:04 am David Maxwell

    Thank you for including my entry on calcium in your Carnival of Healing.

  5. on 14 May 2007 at 5:26 pm Anmol Mehta

    Hi Cindy, Thanks for including my article and for helping to spread the knowledge. Great job with the carnival.

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