Monthly Archives: June 2010

Still symptom free, still learning

I am so blessed with my recovery and I feel the need to help others. Last week I contacted Kathy Fleming, a local practitioner of Jin Shin Jyutsu to see if she could help me learn. Jin Shin Jyutsu is … Continue reading

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I remain symptom free, more about “letting go”

I received the following in a comment: “Hi Howard, Would you please share in your blog more about how you “let go”? I think that would be helpful to someone with Parkinson’s who is facing a similar need to surrender. I … Continue reading

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I am symptom free, nine days

It has been a very interesting nine days. I feel like I got my old life back, only better. I am physically and mentally better fit, I feel that my organs are functioning well, and I have an overall happy feeling … Continue reading

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I am symptom free

In my last entry, I explained how close I was to full recovery from Parkinson’s. In response, a friend sent me a note I read Friday morning that suggested I surrender my ego to my teacher and be done with … Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and seeing quantifiable results

In the past, I have commented that whether good or bad changes take place in my Parkinson’s fight, nothing lasts more than a day or two. As a result of that, I decided to wait a week to tell you … Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, Forceless Spontaneous Release (Yin Tui Na)

On May 25th, I discussed briefly, Dr. Walton-Hadlock identified a former foot or ankle injury as common among the Parkinson’s patients in her research project. In particular, they had an issue with Stomach Meridian Acupuncture Point 42 (ST-42), and the … Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, Adrenaline and Dopamine Meditations

Dr. Walton-Hadlock explains that when one is in adrenaline mode, the heart is “turned forward” or is “facing forward” as if to be prepared to resist the threat of an attacker. This is a subconscious fear-induced position, and the heart needs … Continue reading

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