Ever since I started participating in the Carnival of Healing, majority of the articles I’ve received happen to be about fitness, losing weight and diets that work or don’t work and some on herbal techniques to cure various diseases. Exercise, good nutritious diet and medicines are certainly helpful in the healing process but for a complete healing to take place, inside and out, we need to understand the strong mind and body connection and find a way to live a balanced life.
Since diet articles weren’t doing much to my emotional and spiritual life, I’ve found other ways to find peace and calm and take care of stressful situations. I’ve found that helping others in need in turn helps me feel better. It’s easier to forget your own problems when you are busy helping others. So, I’ve been volunteering some of my time to various causes as I believe that the real responsibility to heal ourselves lies with us taking some action and not just reading, writing or attending some counseling sessions else we will continue to hurt.
As you read this week’s healing articles, I would love to know what you practice to get rid of negativity and heal yourself from hurts and severely stressful situations.
“In the past few years, as addiction researchers have been mapping out the chemical alterations in the brain caused by alcohol, nicotine, methamphetamine, and other drugs, America’s most popular illegal drug has remained largely a scientific mystery. It is a drug that millions of Americans have been using regularly for years, and, from a clinical perspective, it remains the least studied illicit drug of all.”
Celes presentsposted at .
“If you are a perfectionist, you would know that perfectionism sometimes disables you more than it enables you. As a perfectionist myself, I experience that often. Here are 8 useful steps to overcome perfectionism and make it an enabler in your life.”
Megan Wong presents Outstanding cure for symptoms of a sinus infection!! posted at Sinus Home Remedy.
Gin G. presents Sense Scribe.posted at
“Learn the reasons for certain diets during illness and recovery stages and share with your family and friends.”
“How do we free ourselves from the past, from depression and anxiety, from the unease of being which most of us experience? The joy of being is so utterly simple, right here and right now. Awareness and Release techniques allow this natural ease which transforms all of living–-health, relationships, and well-being!”
Crystal Wells presentsposted at .
“There are a number of diets that exist from starving yourself to death to eating prepackaged meals to only eating specific foods. But what diets work? Really the question should be what are the best diets that work for you?”
Catherine VanWetter presentsposted at .
“Have you ever wondered who you are if you are not busy? Busy taking care of other people, busy working, busy doing “stuff”? In everyday life, how does one step off of the “dread mill” of busyness? Are you present?”
Victoria presents Don’t Let Your Breakup Make You Come Undone | Time To Get Married posted at Time To Get Married.
“It is important to not let a breakup ruin your life.”
FitJerk presents FlawlessFitness.
Sarah Scrafford presents The Twitter Diet: 100 Tips, Tools, and Twitter Feeds for Your Weight Loss posted at Ultrasound Technician Schools.
Jennifer Mannion presentsposted at .
Robert Burton Robinson presentsposted at .
“Are you happy? If not, do you hope to be happy some day? Mr. Banks thinks he can buy some at The Happiness Store.”
WP presentsposted at .
“With flu virus on the loose, it is important to strengthen our immune system so that we do not get infected easily. Try these easy-to-use methods at home and stay healthy today.”
That concludes this week’s carnival of healing. See Organicsyes’s Weblog for last week’s carnival, and look out for Clara Myers’ Mind Mart for next week’s submissions. And if you want to get one of your articles published in this carnival, head over to Carnival of Healing Archives.
PS: It was a pleasant surprise to get a carnival submission from Anmol Mehta as I had recently found and added his blog to my daily feed reader. All of the blogs above have very useful articles and I encourage all of you to go read them and if you like, share them with others.