Very Inspiring Blogger Award

thank you, Kintal for sending this award.
I have been on wordpress for less than a year
and use it as an outlet for my creative emotions.
a place where I can archive
my internet medicine.
this has inspired me to
think back to what I have
enjoyed over the years.

The rules of the award are:

1. Display the award logo on your blog.
2. Link back to the person who nominated you.
3. Nominate 15 other bloggers for this award and link to them.
4. Notify those bloggers of the nomination and the award’s requirements.

I am not one for following rules, but honor those who do. Here is what inspires me:

The Art of Divine Chaos
Joy To The World

Because I’m Going To Die
Aspie Noodle
Sometimes Gardening
Heart Centered Living
Messages From the Zuvuya
David’s Blog | Divine Cosmos
Dara’s Blog
| Live, Love, Raw
Divinty Within
AnonymousFO
Weave Silk

Inspiring TV & Radio :


Awakening to Conscious Co-Creation:

Great episodes to listen while driving, cleaning, working, knitting, cooking, sleeping, gardening, meditating, yoga-ing, i use to listen to these  when I was a farm intern… while killing weeds, turning earth, and stringing tomatoes. you can download these free on Itunes. plop them in your Mp3 player and listen on headphones or whatever you got. Peter Tongue is more of a spiritual host, but if you’re familiar with Coast To Coast AM , you’ll be fine. Peter, former High School Principle (for 30 years)  was most interested in indigo children when he started a new venture to awaken us all to our full potential …. And that’s my opinion.  He is kind of like my new Oprah.

Project Camelot:

Personal and detailed interviews with whistle blowers of odd findings. If you enjoy TEDx you may either hate Project Camelot (for it’s informal interview process) or love it because these stories are history, sci-fi, conspiracy, thought provoking, and enteresting. Some are so far out of this world it may be hard to believe, but these are real people and real interviews.

One response to “Very Inspiring Blogger Award

  1. Pingback: Inspirational Blogger Award | The Art of Divine Chaos

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