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The Versatile Blogger Award: Passing Along Good Karma

The Versatile Blogger Award: Passing Along Good Karma

By on Feb 21, 2012 in Uncategorized | 9 comments

A few weeks ago, I got a delightful surprise when I found the Liberated Life Project included on a list of nominees for the “Versatile Blogger Award,” courtesy of Shelly Immel. And that’s how I discovered Shelly’s wonderful blog, The Big Life Project – definitely a kindred spirit to LLP. The way the award works is, as Shelly notes, kind of like a chain letter. But without all the weird voodoo threats if you don’t keep it going. It’s more of a good karma kind of thing… and so in the spirit of passing that karma along here are 11 fabulous blogs that have given me a lot of inspiration and nourishment. [The invitation to all of the folks I’ve tagged here is to nominate your own list of favorite bloggers and pass on the karma.] I decided to feature only blogs created by women, as sisters can always use a lift! Some of these blogs are already wildly popular and some are little-known gems that I’m excited for you to check out. And like the Liberated Life Project, nearly all of them weave in the dimension of social awareness and responsibility into their mix. Always Well Within “is about transforming your mind, opening your heart, and embracing the fullness of life.” Every post by author Sandra Pawula is evocative, incredibly well written, and will touch your heart and mind. LifeUnity was created by Lisa Renee Wilson, an “Awareness Artist,” yoga teacher, and mom. Lisa has written a couple of guest posts for me her the LLP; her unique blend of creativity and awareness is a wake-up call for the spirit. Danielle LaPorte (formerly “White Hot Truth”) minces no words. As she puts it, “I’m interested in liberating truth,” and her writing on topics like business, creativity, and relationships sizzles off the page. Susan Piver is a Shambhala meditation teacher and the primary focus of her blog is supporting your meditation practice. But even if you’re not a card-carrying Buddhist, don’t let that stop you from visiting her site. Her writing is warm and accessible — just like she is. Cheerio Road Like Susan, Karen Maezen Miller is a Buddhist teacher (this time a Zen priest). And also like...

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