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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Parkinson’s presents special problems with walking and balance. Here is my Parkinson’s daily journal entry from one year ago today:
Somebody mentioned to me last week that promoting the concepts “I have the power to heal myself” and “You have the power to heal yourself” is kind of “out there” and maybe I received a negative comment because, in the … Continue reading
On June 23, 2010, my entry was entitled, “I am symptom free, more about letting go.” Today, I received a comment from somebody identified as Andrew. It says,
A couple of people have emailed me recently and stated that they have read my blog, are doing what I did, and that they are not experiencing the same results. Upon further inquiry, I learned that one had been “doing … Continue reading
This morning, I was re-reading Dr. Sha’s Book, Soul Communication, and he states that “Love will melt all blockages.” He references connecting with the Divine and that the Divine’s love for us will melt away the blockages that impede our … Continue reading
Today, I am four months symptom free from Parkinson’s. It was a long, hard journey, but the last four months have been a huge reward for success in getting better. I continue to give gratitude for my many blessings.
No, I do not believe I came out of Parkinson’s as beautiful as a butterfly. I will get to my point, but first I must digress for a moment.
My Mom had Parkinson’s for 24 years before she passed away 3 and 1/2 years ago. Today would have been her 76th birthday. Mom, you were a wonderful wife, mother and grandmother, and a kind-hearted soul. You are missed by … Continue reading
“Sometimes you have to lose your mind before you come to your senses.” Socrates telling Dan in The Peaceful Warrior movie and The Way of the Peaceful Warrior book, by and about Dan Millman.
Fighting Parkinson’s Disease is an uphill battle. We become miserable and do not want to share our misery with others. My feeling is that this is a big mistake. Here is my journal entry from one year ago today: