Carnival Of Healing #185 – It’s all about having courage

As you know by now, Carnival of Healing is a weekly round-up of personal blog posts on the topics of holistic health, wellness, spirituality, and self empowerment. Posts range from tips on losing weight, sharpening your brain to stem cell research, Feng Shui to finding our true self! Eventually, it’s all about healing our minds, bodies and Spirit.

So how can today’s edition be complete without including that person who has given tears of joy and hope this week to millions around the globe? If you are one of the few who has not heard of Susan Boyle this week, you definitely need to watch her in this video and then read Clayton Makepeace’s article What Are You So Afraid Of?

Reminds me a quote “Success is never found.  Failure is never fatal. Courage is the only thing.”

- Winston Churchill


So, here are this week’s healing articles

ChristianPF present Health benefits of cocoa posted at Natural Health Ezine , saying, “We all know cocoa has some health benefits, but is it all good?”

Robert Galway presents Ftiness Bootcamp posted at robertgalway.com , saying, “Boot camp exercises are chosen to build strength and total body conditioning through repetition, duration, and gradual intensity. A typical day of full basic training in the booth camp exercises are also easy to weave into your running program, as you can do them at regular intervals during your workout at a park, trail or track.”

Alvaro Fernandez presents Brain Teaser to Stimulate your Concentration Skills posted at SharpBrains, saying, “What about a quick brain teaser: can you count?”

Aparna presents Tulsi (Basil) to cure skin problems posted at Beauty & Personality Grooming, saying, “Tulsi has been found to possess extraordinary powers of healing and promoting health. Tulsi is found to be endowed with purifying and antiseptic qualities. The efficacy of the remedies of skin diseases is greatly augmented if they are used in conjunction with Tulsi”

Gerard Banhidi presents Meditation: Introduction posted at Health and Meditation Corner

floslib presents Finding My Beliefs posted at Spirited Script.

Kaushik Chokshi presents The Power of Intention – how to stop the cycle of madness posted at Beyond Karma.

Tom Maurer presents Mind-Body Healing posted at Simple and Spiritual.

Robin Birch presents Finding Our True Selves posted at Let’s Live Forever!, saying, “The “Observer” part of us has always been the same, and is always in ecstasy – we can get in touch with our higher self by being the Observer.”

Pat Doyle presents How To Arrange Your Bedroom For Good Feng Shui posted at Feng Shui Crazy, saying, “The bedroom is one of the most important rooms for Feng Shui. You spend one third of your life in bed, and a restful sleep is important for your general energy level.”

Margaret Garcia presents 100 Best Blogs for Living Healthy on a Budget posted at Surgical Technician Schools.

Julian Pollock presents Avoiding Allergies with Organic Lotion – and Discover the Major Skin Benefits for the Entire Family, From Babies on Up posted at Julian Pollock, saying, “Although the Internet abounds with the advantages of organic skincare, I still feel it’s worth bringing this to people’s attention. (As a private note on the anniversary of my mother’s death, I was quite touched with your writings about your father. I’m told it is a male trait that we try to fix other people’s problems – as opposed to being there for them; but still – I wonder if you know about the Sedona Method – a system of letting go I have been using for six or seven years now and treasure it.)”

Brad presents Playing Your Heart Strings posted at Tri-Freedom, saying, “Letting music take us deep within.”

Ross presents How To Cure Yourself of Hay Fever posted at Energise for Life, saying, “It’s that time of year again! I know it’s coming, you know it’s coming and all the signs are there: the mood of the nation lifts (wahoo!), we start saying hello to each other again, everyone desperately starts trying to get in shape, the sunny mornings give everyone a lift and a spring in their step and the clocks change (at last!). We don’t go to work and come home from work in the dark anymore and we start looking forward to Wimbledon, summer fruits and holidays.”

Daylle Deanna Schwartz presents Law of Attraction in Action: Complacency posted at Lessons from a Recovering DoorMat, saying, “Being complacent takes life for granted and tells the Law of Attraction you don’t appreciate what you have. You can change that!”

Robert Burton Robinson presents How to Lose the Fat and Keep It Off Forever posted at Mind Over Mania, saying, “8 tips to help you lose fat and FINALLY keep it off FOREVER. You’ll feel better and be healthier when your weight is under control.”

Sarah Scrafford presents 50 Foods That Give You the Most Nutrition Bang for Your Buck posted at Masters in Health Care.

GrrlScientist presents Pioneering Stem Cell Research in Race Horses Now Helping People posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “Several companies that I’ve been following have been redirecting their stem-cell research that they originally developed to help injured horses to help people recover from Achilles tendon injuries.”

Joe Tichio presents The Best Stress Busters posted at Inspirational Quotes Blog.

VikramKir presents What to eat to lose fat? Food for weight loss! posted at Thoughtfully Vikram.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of healing using the carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

Watch for next week’s carnival #186 – April 25 2009: hosted by Jon, Beyond Within
Last week #184 – April 11 2009 carnival was hosted by Ji Hyang, Natural Wisdom

 

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22 Responses to “ Carnival Of Healing #185 – It’s all about having courage ”

  1. Great post! Thanks for including my article!

    Kaushiks last blog post..The Paradox of Effort

  2. Thanks for including my post. Your selection is very impressive. I have bookmarked it to read each part of it.

  3. Thanks for sharing a diverse and interesting collection of articles on healing. I’d be happy to send one of my articles in your succeeding blog carnivals :)

    I TAKE OFF THE MASKs last blog post..On Good Deeds – Inspirational Quote

  4. Thanks for putting the carnival together and for including my article.

    Daylle Deanna Schwartzs last blog post..Chillin’ Without Guilt

  5. Hi Pearl – thanks for putting this all together – not to mention including my post!
    Cheers – Robin

    Robins last blog post..Tomato Seeds And Delicious Fruit

  6. @Robin: you are welcome Robin! love your blog btw..thanks for participating

    @Daylle: you are welcome.. so nice of you to stop by here..

    @Itakethemaskoff: please do, I’d love that :)

    @Aprna: I’ve loved your blog and have already recommended it to some friends – especially haldi for skin rejuvenation :)

    @Kaushik: anytime..thanks for participating

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  7. I’ve watched Susan Boyle’s “Cry Me a River” many times because I find her voice somewhat soothing to my ears. Her music relaxes something in me… I don’t know why…

  8. Thanks for all of these informative blog posts. I have been getting into natural supplements and healing this year after I tried coconut oil as a dietary supplement with good results. I am definitely going to read the Feng Shui bedroom post and the cure yourself of ha fever post tonite. I will work through the rest of the articles later on. Thanks again for this post.

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  9. Hey Pearl! I got your email and it’s funny timing because I have been meaning to get over to your site for some time now. My own blogging has slowed down quite a bit since I started going to school – I just don’t have as much time but at least it is for good reason that I’m not on the computer as much. :) Good to see you posting and thanks so much for checking in on me! It’s nice to know that someone noticed my absence! :) Hugs to you!

  10. @teeni: I didn’t know you started school, that must be interesting too.. I’ve been busy at work and other things so haven’t been around visiting my blogging buddies either.. I’ve been on computer but doing boring stuff, nothing blogging related so I’m looking to get away from it as much as I can :)

    Hugs back!

    @Mark: let us know if you start using Feng Shui, Ive been thinking of getting into that myself but never have time to read more on it but now Im glad to find Pat’s blog on it..

    @Rose: I’m sure we’ll enjoy Susan’s songs for many years to come :)

  11. Thank you so much for sharing the useful thoughts via such kind of nice blog.I did learned a lot by stopping by here today. Keep posting in near future as well:)

  12. I was just thrilled when Susan Boyle opened her mouth and sounded lilke an angel. FOR ONCE….people finally were able to see that you can not judge a book by it’s cover. I wished that would happen more often. I cry for JOY every time I see it. I’m so happy for her and hope, just hope, that it will change other peoples minds as well and maybe give that one person the chance they so deserve. We can only hope. THANKS for the lovely blog. It’s inspiring.

    Shawnna McMainss last blog post..What Could Happen if I Didn’t Get Treatment For My Panic Attacks?

  13. Great post, the hay fever article was awesome. I’ve been suffering for years and some of the tips in the article have made the symptons much easier to manage (although not go away completely!). Keep up the good work!

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  14. Thanks for the useful links. Especially helpful were the quotes to deal with stress.

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  15. Great list of links! Thanks for taking time to host this carnival Pearl. I’m going to check them out now.

    Celes | EmbraceLiving.Nets last blog post..30 Tips To Rule Your Job Interview

  16. This is an motivating list you’ve compiled. I’m working my way through them all now. Especially interested in Susan Boyle for some odd reason…I saw an old video from the 70’s with her singing karaoke. She has a great singing voice even back then. She’s really been an inspiration to a lot of people.

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  17. I am diabetic and healing is the most concerning issue for me. I am really surprised to read all those posts because they are something more than a lifeline.

  18. Susan Boyle is an inspiration and provides encouragement that anything is possible by anyone – you don’t need to be anyone special to be something special – some of the articles you link to are awesome, such a motivating read!

    Tom@Fiber blends last blog post..Herbal Fiberblend (colon and parasite cleanse and natural constipation relief)

  19. The quote under the video clip is great and so relevant – we spend so much of our lives looking for success and when we do get some success its not enough we want more – we are never satisfied. I’m trying to change my perspective and be happy now not in the future! Great website – really interesting posts!

    Clare from Low Carbss last blog post..Low carb diets

  20. Pearl, thanks for the inspiring post as well as the useful links and advices. And I love what the “Susan Boyle” message prior to that video.

  21. I looked at the curing hayfever article, as its summer in the UK (although you wouldnt know from the weather!) and i suffer quite badly – lets hope it helps!

  22. “Posts range from tips on losing weight, sharpening your brain to stem cell research, Feng Shui to finding our true self! Eventually, it’s all about healing our minds, bodies and Spirit.”

    Your blog has been a big help. Reading the posts helps me find courage and hope during my dark moments.

    “So how can today’s edition be complete without including that person who has given tears of joy and hope this week to millions around the globe? If you are one of the few who has not heard of Susan Boyle this week, you definitely need to watch her in this video and then read Clayton Makepeace’s article What Are You So Afraid Of?”

    Susan Boyle and the words of Clayton Makepeace are very inspiring. Like many, I am also haunted by the ghost of insecurity most of the time. I guess, I have to read Makepeace’s words over and over again to help me cope with my insecurities and fear.