Fighting Parkinson’s, and more about electricity

Yesterday morning, shortly after I had completed a Skype call with a Parkinson’s sufferer, where we had discussed, among other things, Parkinson’s and electricity, my home lost electricity; not me, just my home. There was a nasty storm, and my home went from full electricity to no electricity. About five hours later, still with no electricity, the storm had passed and I ventured out. I learned that a tornado had ripped through the neighborhood three blocks from my home and devastated the area, particularly the power grid.

About two hours after that, my home had electricity. The devastated area was still without electricity this morning, and on the ride taking one of my children to school, we noticed that many of the traffic control lights were having electrical problems. I tell you this story because it is like Parkinson’s and it is why I keep saying that Parkinson’s is an electrical problem, not a chemical problem.

When my home had no electricity, it was not because the wires to my home were dead. Also, when my home had no electricity, it is not because Tampa Electric Company was 60%-80% dead. Why didn’t my home have electricity? Because an area between the main power generator and delivery of electricity to my home got knocked out.

Then, how is it that the electricity to my home was restored while the electricity to the devastated area was still out? My understanding is that the electric company had to re-route the circuits and re-route the flow of the delivery of electricity so electricity flow would go around the devastated area where formerly the flow went through it.

This is why I decided to re-route the flow of electricity in my Parkinson’s body. We all know that when the wires get crossed, nothing good comes of it…freezing, falling, uncontrolled movement…or the feeling of no electricity at all.

I did what Tampa Electric did. They assessed the situation and came to the conclusion that if they re-routed the flow of electricity, then everybody outside the damaged area could have electricity, and over time, even the homes and businesses in the damaged area will have their electricity restored.

I re-trained my brain using brain vibration chanting and awareness of neural (electrical) impulses exercises so that the right side of my brain moved the right side of my body and the left side of my brain moved the left side of my body. The result was better movement with less energy. Eventually, when the rest of my soul, mind and body recovered from the disease, even the devastated areas of my body were restored to full electricity, that is, full, 100% pre-Parkinson’s movement and full recovery from Parkinson’s.

Have a great weekend!

All my best,

Howard

 

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6 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and more about electricity

  1. Bob Gajewski says:

    Hi Howard,
    I was diagnosed 9 years ago with Parkinson’s and have been using sinemet for several years now. I would like to start using your technique to eliminate my symptoms. I am reluctant to just stop taking the medication cold turkey. Is it possible that I could start using your techniques and eventually decrease and stop the Parkinson’s medication?
    Western medicine certainly has it’s shortcomings.
    Regards,
    Bob

  2. Howard says:

    Hi Bob,

    Thank you for your comment and question. My recommendation would be to confer with your doctor and ask about doing the recipe for recovery. I would not recommend stopping your medications cold turkey. I do not imagine that would be wise. However, if you were to start doing the recipe for recovery and started to see your symptoms reducing, I do not see why you could not work with your doctor to see if a reduction of medications could be monitored to see if you could reduce and eventually stop the medications. You are courageous to embark down this path, and I am excited to see where it leads.

    Best regards,

    Howard

  3. Jim G says:

    Hi Bob,

    I was diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinsons in 2007, exactly 5 months after I was serverely electrocuted by a hot wire in my wife’s business. We did all the MRIs, Nerve, Muscle tests and it came down to Parkinsons. My wife and I have always attributed my symptoms at age 39 to the shock and damage it may have caused. I don’t handle Requip very well with the side effects so I quit using it. I am very active in researching alternative medicines to relieve and remove the symptoms of Parkinsons. I look forward to following your Blog and intend to begin some of your techniques.

    Respectfully,

    Jim

  4. Howard says:

    Hi Jim,

    Thank you for sharing your story. I am certain it will help others. Welcome to the Blog; we are happy to have you here.

    Best regards,

    Howard

  5. Nancy says:

    Thank you for being out there and sharing. I was dg about a year ago and am well controlled by sine met but not looking forward to the inevitable side effects. Have been on a slow reduction since january and using qi chong, reiki, joyful outdoor exercise, meditation and acupuncture, but was really stumbling in the dark and feeling very much alone despite wonderful friends and family. No support at all from my neuro. When I expressed concerns she said well how long do you want to live. This sharing site is wonderful. Thank you also for the link to pdrecovery.org as it was very sobering. Made me realize I better finish dumping the meds first

  6. Howard says:

    Hi Nancy,

    Welcome! We are so happy to have you here. Even though I fought Parkinson’s without medications, as you can see from Bob and Jim above, as well as others who have posted comments on this web site, we all are here together working to help each other. Thank you for joining us in the discussion.

    Best regards,

    Howard

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