This focus of this carnival is The Law of Attraction with a difference. I asked people to think outside the square and as a result this has attracted some great stories, videos and poems and quite a few new bloggers. Welcome to all of our new bloggers.
Arvind Devalia wonderful post Abundance, Abundance, Abundance at Arvind Devalia, introduces this carnival : saying, “Do you live in a world of abundance? Or do you come from a place of scarcity and lack? Abundance is a lot more than just money or material things. You live in a very rich and beautiful world – you just have to open your eyes. Just think about the beauty of the sky, the greenery all around you, the grace of animals, the love in you, and the sheer miracle of this life.” Arvind also reminds us to be grateful and includes a photo of food in abundance
Followed by Lorraine Cohen with Powerful Living ? Law of Attraction Tip: Are You Flowing Downstream or Upstream? posted at Powerful Living, saying, “Have you ever had one of those days where everything just seemed to fall into place easily? Learn critical some tips to remind you how to attract what you want effortlessly.”
I love the note she has on her computer and refrigerator ” I am the Source of my attitudes, feelings AND my experiences.” Something I will borrow.
Uni has taken up the challenge with Surround Yourself With Money! (a wealth-building exercise) posted at You Deserve More, saying, “I hope you enjoy this visualization I made up. Thanks!”
The next posts include a video
Gamy Rachel presents My Mind Movie | Mind Think Success posted at Mind Think Success, saying, “The Garden of Your Mind Your mind is like a garden: Whatever you plant will grow. Your thoughts are seeds you?re planting: They produce, each after its kind. And you, just like a gardener,” This is fantastic , I assume Gamy has put this Mind Movie together and entered it in a contest – we could all do the same. Well done Gamy.
SJ Yee from Personal Development for the Book Smart shares videos of a very special person Nick Vujicic, the man with no limbs, on Perspective, Vision and Choices . If you are having a challenging day just see what Nick has achieved. Wow!
Another new blogger and a fellow artist, welcome Anjuelle Floyd from Artists Passion discussing the age old challenge with artists Art and Money : “How does the artist balance the responsibilities of practicing her or his art and creating money?”
We have two posts that look at facing our fears.
Tupelo Kenyon presents Facing Fear Eye to Eye posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “Eye to eye with a bear while fishing alone is a good lesson in fear, awareness, panic and the law of attraction. It’s one thing to wax philosophically about such things, but to be up close and personal with a large, healthy bear in his domain puts personal development ideas to the test in the real world. (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus songs with lyrics related to each article ? all free.)”
A new poster GP writes about Susan Jeffers book: Feel The Fear and Doing it Anyway posted at Innside Innkeeping – Montana Country Style, saying, “Aim for success not perfection? Remember that fear always lurks behind perfectionism. Confronting your fears and allowing yourself the right to be human makes for a stronger person and relationships” The photos here are also a must visit.
Dreams feature in many of the posts this week and another new poster Beverly Keaton Smith presents The Year of the Sand Dollar at Embrace Your Gifts and Soar!, saying, “Eventually, every dream will come true if you believe. A simple dream that took 35 years to manifest brings joy and shows that every dream is worth waiting for.”
Edith Yeung of Dream. Think. Act. has a wonderful I Have a Dream, again shares an inspirational video: saying I have a dream that someday all of us can live our dream and achieve what we always wanted….
An interesting true mind set story from Ken Nubo titled The desperation mindset | Ken Nubo dot Com at Ken Nubo, PUA extraordinaire and ranting buddhist..
Ralph Jean-Paul shares tips we can all learn from with Be Smarter in 30 Days at Potential 2 Success, saying, “Take control of your mind and your ability to attract success and people by increasing your social, emotional, and abstract intelligence.”
Tristan Loo writes about success and cooking, as I am a passionate cook I related well to this. Ingredients for Success at Synergy Institute
Chris Harris presents Stop checking your email! posted at New venture outsourcing blog, saying, “An inordinate number of hours are lost checking email every year. In case this wasn?t self evident enough for you, studies are being done to support this conclusion. AOL & Opinion Research Corporation conducted a survey of 4,025 Americans age 13 and over showing that the average email user checks their email 5 times per day.”
Phil B. presents Revenge is a Dish Best Not Served ? Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, “We all know the phrase that “Revenge is a dish best served cold.” Yet, few of us really seek personal revenge or vengeance for major wrongdoings against us. Why is that?”
Thank you for all the wonderful contributions post your blog article to the next edition of abundance thinking using our carnival submission form.
The next carnival will be on October 8th, closing time on Saturday 6th at 11pm EST and will follow on theme same theme as this one. Let’s keep thinking outside the square.
Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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