Law of Attraction Carnival # 9: The Art of Allowing

Welcome to the 9th edition of the Law of Attraction Carnival. It’s appropriate that we’re closing out 2006 with the 9th edition of the Carnival – the number of completion.

I sure have had fun watching this Law of Attraction Carnival grow and evolve from the first edition on August 22nd through this final edition of the year. It has been wonderful to welcome new bloggers and also to connect with and get to know some truly inspiring bloggers on the leading edge of thought.

As I mentioned in the previous Law of Attraction Carnival, and on the Law of Attraction Carnival Homepage, now that I’ve created and guided this carnival for the past nine editions, and we’re moving into a new year, I am ready to release the Law of Attraction Carnival and let it fly out into the blogosphere… with a little help from my friends, of course.

So if you are interested in hosting a future edition of the Law of Attraction Carnival, please let me know. You can use the contact form at the link above.

And now, without further ado (I’ve always liked that phrase even though I have absolutely no idea what it means!) let’s begin this final Law of Attraction Carnival for 2006.

The topic of this edition is The Art of Allowing. Let’s see what wonderful insights we have in this round.

Let’s begin the featured entries section of the Carnival with entries from two regular contributors. Both Patricia, at A Better You Blog, and Raymond David Salas, at Zen Chill, have been regular contributors to the Law of Attraction Carnival from the very start.

And not only do they write excellent and insightful entries, but they also clearly read the guidelines for the Law of Attraction Carnival and submit entries related to the specific edition topic. I love it when that happens!

Let’s start with Patricia at A Better You Blog. She wrote the entry, Let It Get To You, that offers insights and tips to help you increase your ability to receive. Here are just two of her many suggestions:

  • When someone smiles, smile back. Enjoy the kindness of strangers.
  • If a friend listens to you, or shows you kindness, embrace it.

Over at Zen Chill, Raymond has posted this entry on The Power of Forgiveness. When he submitted this carnival entry he wrote: “Forgiveness can be key in practicing the Art of Allowing.” This is so true. As David writes in the entry: “To forgive does not mean that you condone, agree with, or give your approval to anyone or anything. Rather, it is a powerful acknowledgment to yourself that ‘I am willing to let this go. I am willing to move forward in my life.'”

When you forgive and are willing to move forward in your life, you are much more equipped to practice the Art of Allowing.

And then we have Maria Yu, with a wonderful personal story about Christmas Gifts and Red Envelopes. Pay particular attention to the 6th paragraph in her entry. She retells a fable many of us have heard before, but it is a wonderful reminder about the importance of balancing our focus between giving and receiving.

That’s it for the featured entries for this edition. Here are the rest of the entries from this short holiday edition.

Brandon Peele presents The Economics of Self-Awareness posted at GT.

Shamelle presents Who Borrowed Your Time Today? posted at Enhance Life.

And I’ll throw one of my own entries into the ring. It’s my previous entry: Holiday Season Debrief – The Art of Allowing.

That’s it for this edition and this year! I want to thank all of you who have read, commented on and/or contributed to this Law of Attraction Carnival. I can’t wait to see where it goes in 2007!

You can read all of the past editions at the Law of Attraction Carnival Homepage.

Our next edition will be on Tuesday, January 9th and the topic for that edition will be Creative Visioning For The Best Year Yet!

Please send in your best entries on creative visioning. Remember, to be considered for the featured entries section, you must submit an entry that is on the specific topic.

Have a wonderful last few days of 2006. And may the coming year bring ever-expanding joy, peace and prosperity!

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