Welcome to the August 9, 2007 edition of carnival of lightwork. Published a bit early because of an upcoming trip where, gasp, I can’t take my laptop. With this being the first edition, I am extremely excited about the response as well as the posts, we have some very big bloggers joining us, I hope you enjoy the articles as much as I did.
The first post is one by Patricia Singleton where she takes the title and stance of “I Am A Lighworker”, which is very important and often a difficult thing to say. To embrace what one is has to be one of the most important aspects of honoring the self, check out Patricia’s article and claim who you are!
Patricia Singleton presents Yes, I Am A Lightworker. posted at SPIRITUAL JOURNEY OF A LIGHTWORKER.
“I wrote this article because I needed to claim the title of Lightworker for myself and because it is part of the name of my blog. I have family and some older friends who might not know me as a Lightworker and what that title means.”
The Law of Attraction is a vast and exciting concept, often difficult to recognize or live; Lola brings this concept into the conscious by discussing how it’s manifested in her life, check out the post and enjoy!
Lola presents Law of Attraction: Make the Conscious Unconscious – part 1 posted at Real World Spiritual and Personal Development.
When I saw that this next blogger added a post for this Carnival I was very excited, Erin is a force in this community and write one of my most favorite blogs, in this post she discusses Destiny vs. Free Will, a topic that has baked my noodle almost daily as I grow and work with my path.
Erin Pavlina presents Erin Pavlina’s Blog » Blog Archive » Destiny vs. Free Will posted at Erin Pavlina’s Blog “Is everything in our lives pre-determined?”
Again, another of my favorite bloggers, Albert Foong and Urban Monk, posted for this Carnival and I’m very excited to present his post on taming down the monkey mind. If you read my blog you will see that this is one of the biggest thoughts I wrestle and try to grow, how to quiet the mind. If you haven’t read Albert’s work, please do, you won’t be disappointed.
Albert Foong presents How to remove negative thoughts and tame your monkey mind, Part 1 posted at Urban Monk.
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