The theme for this edition of the carnival is how your emotions control your success with the Law of Attraction, so entries that focused on that topic got top billing in the Featured Entries section below.
For each entry I have provided a short overview, so be sure to have at least a quick look to see what every author has to offer. Let’s get to it!
Karen at Live the Power once again demonstrates her firm grasp on the fact that we can control our lives, and her powerful post entitled Butterfly easily shows us how our emotions are tools that guide us, so don’t ignore them!
In a post called Great Expectations, an absolutely wonderful job is done by Debra Moorehead of tying in our emotional responses and expectations to our belief systems, and showing us how those concepts work together non-stop to create our success in life – or lack thereof.
Wanda Grindstaff at Creating Abundant Lifestyles brings us the post Urgency to Create Your Life, a short, but informative piece which spells out very clearly that excitement and urgency are your friends when it comes to manifesting your desires.
Other Informative and Empowering Posts
Giselle Nicholson at Positive Psychology News Daily brings us Retrospective Visualization, a GREAT piece on how to get the most out of visualization. Not your “standard” visualization fare, and definitely worth a look.
At The Creative Power of Thought, the post A Creative Being is an interesting bit on how we – as humans – create the world around us in ways that seem “common,” but are in fact as unique as the fingerprints that identify each of us.
Ho’oponopono is one of the most potentially powerful systems of healing and success that you could learn about, yet actually learning how to do it is easier said than done right now. Check out a great primer on Ho’oponopono over at Nourished Magazine with the post Ho’oponopono: Lessons from Hawaiian Shamanism
At Organized Brain Clutter, Jennifer Rog’s post Manifesting my dreams into reality by journaling…. does a great job detailing how to get the most out of visualizing, and she also speaks about the very real fact that taking inspired (and expedient) action is a necessary step for success.
Ipop-in’s Think Positive Blog includes the post More thoughts about The Secret, illness, and the law of attraction, which talks about both the amazing power of controlling thoughts and emotions, while also putting forth the opinion that there may be other forces at work as well.
In Beauty…and Then What, the belief that some external factor is going to allow us to realize happiness is blown out of the water by Craig Harper. Craig covers the eternal concepts of “If I could only…”
Over at The Positivity Blog, the post entitled How to Make a Good First Impression includes advice on visualizing the desired outcome of a situation, and that is a powerful cornerstone tool that many people use very effectively to easily control the flow of their lives.
REagent brings us the post Fix Broken Things which talks about the negative effect that certain less-than perfect circumstances can have on our lives. If you have a low-level vibration running through your life of chaos, disorder, and lack, that vibration will ultimately create negativity for you.
Taking inspired action is one of the keys to success, and the amazing success story Urban Tea Party posted by Aspeth, should make some of you start to reconsider whether or not to listen to the flashes of insight that you sometimes get!
Most people who believe in the Law of Attraction also believe that we are energetic beings, which is what gives us the power to control our destinies. At WelcomeJoy.com, Hope Edelman gives us a piece entitled If You Lead a Meaningful Life, You Never Really Die, which briefly and enjoyable touches on that concept.
Thanks once again to Edward Mills at Evolving Times for his past as well as on-going efforts to teach us all about consciously creating our lives, and a very special thanks to all of this week’s contributing authors!
Be sure to submit your blog article to the next edition and also check out past posts and future hosts at the blog carnival index page.