Welcome to the 103rd Carnival of Healing! I’m happy to be a conduit to so much wisdom and advice. Thanks to A-ha! TV for doing a wonderful job as last week’s host. This week’s submissions seem to fall in three categories—physical health, personal relationships, and personal growth—so there should be a little something for everyone. No point in being shy. Let’s step right up to the first attraction.
Diet and eating habits are always a challenge, and two of you met it head on. Nneka presents How to Stop Eating Compulsively posted at Balanced Life Center. Scott Lee presents Eating & Exercising Healthy – The Key Points posted at Scott Free Thinking.
Aparna says, “Asafoetida, commonly called as ‘Hing’ is indispensable to Indian cuisines. Any prosaic dish can be turned tasty by adding heeng to it. Its persisting and penetrating flavor is acceptable to those who are used to it from childhood; few others may not prefer it. This aromatic condiment is not merely confined to adding zing to the food, but has a plethora of medicinal properties to its credit.”
Traveling Stories Magazine presents Health conditions that seem to accompany an attack of acne:posted at Ambitiously Inquisitive
Eyesight is a good candidate for alternative health methods and halcyonica presents Give Your Eyes Some Exercise to Naturally Improve Your Eyesight | Dayprimer.com posted at DayPrimer – Your life. Primed..
How do you know you’re in acid overload? Well, there’s a variety of ways . . . and
Charles H. Green shares, “I went to an unusual wedding where the fact that the minister acknowledged that cancer was the extra guest actually put people more at ease.” Read about his experience at An Honest Wedding posted at Trust Matters.
An addictive relationship is usually evident to outsiders, but when you are in the middle of it, seeing the situation can be difficult says Karen Halls of at the Addiction Recovery BlogRead her post on 12 Signs And Symptoms Of An Addictive Relationship.
Over at Diary of a Bad Buddhist, Marie Drennan
cautions us not to get it twisted—”We often think we will be happy when our relationships are happy. This thought process is really backwards.” I won’t give it all away, so go check out Bad Buddhist vs. The Fifth Precept.
m shares, “so i guess the trusting issue went both ways. he ended up breaking or never getting my trust from the start and i ended up loosing his at the end.” Take in the experience at TRUST: he can’t trust me now, but i’ve never trusted him: The marriage ender posted at my life with depression.com.
Tupelo Kenyon states,
“There are two approaches people use to manifest their desires. Some set goals. Others surrender and presume the universe is conspiring to deliver to them their every desire without strain, in its own way and in its own time. Which way is better? Can these two methods be used together?” at Goal Setting or Let Go and Let God posted at Tupelo Kenyon. (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus songs with lyrics related to each article – all free.)
Inspiration, comfort and wisdom for your body, mind and soul is the motto at THE HEALTHY LIVING LOUNGE.
I want a double helping of that. Carole Fogarty presents Comfort and its truthful offerings.
Shelley Fondren, LMT poses the question, Do you suffer from GAS General Adaptation Syndrome)?
I can testify that massage will definitely cure GAS. See the entire post at Massage, Mind & Body.
Bringing it home for this week’s Carnival is Albert Foong’s sage advice. He says, “Visualization is a powerful tool for many areas of your personal growth. It trains your mind and your body. However, it is not as easy as many think it is, and there isn’t much proper information available. Even if we can do it, the question is – how do we best apply it?”
That concludes this weeks Carnival. Check out last week’s Carnival at A-ha TV. Next week’s Carnival will be hosted by Deepest Health, and carnival archives can be found here. If you’d like to submit to, or host future carnivals, please visit the Carnival of Healing Homepage. Thanks for stopping by and have a great week!