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It seems so much easier to keep oneself healthy and fit in the summertime than it is once winter sets in. During the warm summer months, we tend to be more active, eat more fresh foods and be exposed to more fresh, outdoor air.

The stifling heat of summer is another story. We know that we should take it easy when it’s hot and humid, and that we should be very diligent about drinking enough water, although not enough of us do. I hope you’re doing what you can to experience a balanced body, mind and spirit, wherever you may be.

Let’s go on to the wonderful blog posts and articles included in this week’s Carnival of Healing.

We begin this edition with Raymond David Salas’ fine article about a truly potent and safe way to help alkalize the body. The Benefits of Celtic Sea Salt is posted at ZenChill Power Tools Blog. Here’s another simple way to take in electrolytes and trace minerals to help keep the body’s fluids in balance during extreme heat.

A brilliant collection of valuable resources may be found in Kevin Bedell’s A simple step you can take: Eat more locally grown food posted at 21st Century Citizen. This is truly a key piece of the solution to better health for ourselves, our families, communities and our beautiful planet.

Do you work at a desk? Are you wanting to take off a few nagging pounds around the middle or from your thighs? Has Dianne M. Buxton got the answer for you! Healthy Office Space Workoutsis one of the most brilliant and practical ideas to come down the path in a long while! Find it posted at manifestingsuccess and enjoy!

Craig Harper is simply delicious! Reading any of his posts is as good as a hot fudge sundae made from organic ice cream! Life Beyond the Physical… Exploring the Oogabooga (part one) will likely tickle you in places you forgot were there. Find this and so much more at Motivational Speaker – Craig Harper.

Mary Kearns suggests we Park It the next time we have a free afternoon or want to get away for the weekend. After all, the US is a vacation deprived nation, and our national parks are an amazing resource and they make the perfect setting for nurturing our minds, bodies and spirits. Check out Becoming Your StellarSelf.

My entry, found here at Wisdom of Healing, is a recipe for daily detoxification and yummy, easily utilized nutritional foods blended into a smoothie. Energy Drinks, Delicious and Green! gives you dozens of healthy options to combine to your taste or needs. I hope you enjoy these as much as many of my students have.

Alvaro Fernandez brings to our attention how science is ‘proving’ what we know in our hearts to be so; gratitude is good for us. Please check out Mental Training for Gratitude and Altruism, found at Brain Health Blog.

edithyeung addresses all those folks, young or mature, who are now awakening to the reality that the mundane life of a typical western citizen is not truly satisfying (no matter how much stuff we may collect), and it’s not what we’re really here for. How to Find Your Greatness (Inspired by Barbara DeAngelis) a simple personal growth assignment for those who choose to find meaning and purpose in life, may well change your life! You will find it posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act.

I love everything I’ve read from Aparna. (I must meet you!) Fenugreek (methi) for health and beauty is a delightful list of simple and practical uses for a spice that most of us have in the cupboard, but we have no idea how to use it. You may find this and other great lists and articles posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming.

Debra Moorhead gives us a reminder about the importance of Recharging Your Batteries to nurture the spirit and improve performance. Find it at Debra Moorhead . com.

therapydoc is always entertaining and thought provoking; an excellent therapist I am certain. Todays topic, Can You Cry Too Many Tears?, is a relevant question for many, and may be found posted at Everyone Needs Therapy.

Eric presents us with valuable information for outdoor enthusiasts everywhere in How To Relieve the Pain of a Bee Sting in Under 30 Seconds posted at Husbandhood. Thank yous are coming to you from parents everywhere, Eric, I am sure.

Craig J. Phillips tells us a very personal and deeply emotional story of his recovery from a traumatic brain injury resulting from a childhood car accident and his ability to overcome adverse attitudes and circumstances in My Journey thus Far, found at his site Second Chance to Live.

Tupelo Kenyon brings up how important it is to Take Time for You so that you may do your best to give care for others. It’s posted at Tupelo Kenyon.

Cade Krueger suggests that Mixing Up Your Exercise relieves boredom. It’s found at Write To Right Your Home Based Business Opportunity.

Patricia Singleton says “I wrote this about that magical, mystical part of myself that wants to heal herself, me and the world…” in Keeper Of My Creativity, posted at Spiritual Journey of a Lightworker.

Karen Halls presents a checklist so that you may better choose The Best Drug Treatment Programs and Drug Addiction Treatment, posted at Addiction Recovery Blog.

Jimmy Atkinson gives us 12 Reasons Medical Tourism Is So Popular | Medical Tourism Guide, posted at Medical Tourism Guide.

Certainly a lot of great information for you here! I hope you’ve enjoyed it. Please access the
Carnival of Healing archives, or visit last week’s carnival at Debra Moorhead . com and next week’s carnival at Wellness Through Wisdom. Have a good week!

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6 Responses to “Carnival of Healing #96”

  1. on 29 Jul 2007 at 1:02 pm Craig J. Phillips MRC, BA

    Hi Cindy,
    Thank you very much for including my post, My Journey thus Far in your Carnival. I am truly honored by your kindness.

    Have a simply phenomenal day

    Craig J.Phillips MRC, BA
    Second Chance to Live

  2. on 02 Aug 2007 at 10:06 pm Husbandhood

    Hey thanks for all the work. The carnival looks great. Its nice to see that you’ve actually took the time to read the posts. Good Work.

  3. Cindy,thanks for including my article in your blog carnival. I just checked to see if the carnival was posted yet. I wasn’t expecting it to be out until August 4. I guess I have a lot of reading to catch up. I enjoy reading all of the articles of the Carnivals that I participate in.

  4. on 05 Aug 2007 at 1:24 am Aparna

    Thanks for including my article and also for the kind words about my blog. I simply love your style of writing.

  5. on 24 Mar 2008 at 2:42 pm medretreat

    Thanks for the info!

  6. on 26 Mar 2008 at 4:05 pm MedRetreat

    Thanks for this excellent information!

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