Fighting Parkinson’s, and moving toward a positive goal

“You have Parkinson’s Disease.” Those words evoke fear, loss of hope, depression and despair. Why? Because right after “You have Parkinson’s Disease” you hear, “It is a progressively degenerative neurological disorder for which we do not know the cause and for which there is no cure.” Then you are prescribed medications from the neurologist or supplements or formulas from the naturopath, and then you hear these words, “What I just gave you will not get you better from the disease, you will always get worse, but it will help manage your symptoms and make you feel better for a while even though you are getting worse.” Wouldn’t it be nicer if you could adopt this way of thinking, “Parkinson’s is a symptom of my life out of balance, and I can repair the imbalances and recover!”

Parkinson’s Disease is viewed as a progressively degenerative incurable neurological disease. The medications for the disease assist with the symptoms, but they do not stop one from getting worse and they do not cure the disease; also, they have many undesirable side effects. The herbal remedies, supplements, and Ayurvedic formulas assist with the symptoms, but they do not stop one from getting worse and they do not cure the disease; also, they have many undesirable side effects. If either the medications or these alternative remedies cured the disease, then the disease would not be designated as incurable.

This brings me to the point that if you want to recover, the place to start is to believe that “I have the power to heal myself.” Why? Because nobody who is treating you believes that you can recover or be cured. No offense to them, but they are approaching Parkinson’s treatment from the perspective of disease management. If you want to have a shot at recovery, you have to transcend the conventional wisdom of Parkinson’s Disease management and strive to get yourself better.

Since Parkinson’s symptoms are a little different in everybody, you know better than anybody how the disease is affecting you physically, mentally and spiritually. Have confidence in yourself. Believe in yourself. You understand the disease and how it impacts you, not just how it impacts the general public. Do not miss this point: Who knows best how this disease is affecting you? You do. However, the better question is: Who knows best how your physical, mental, and spiritual imbalances are affecting you? The answer again is that you do.

Please say this affirmation with me: “Parkinson’s is a symptom of my life out of balance, and I can repair the imbalances and recover.” The Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery™ is the road map to assist you in getting your life back into balance.

Do not run away from Parkinson’s symptoms in fear. As discussed above, when you run away in fear, “I do not want tremors. I do not want stiffness. I do not want slowness,” the treatment to alleviate the symptoms will not get you better from the disease…nor will it alleviate your fear…nor will it bring your life back into balance.

Please say this affirmation with me again: “Parkinson’s is a symptom of my life out of balance, and I can repair the imbalances and recover.”

Now, set a positive goal. “I want to bring my life back into balance and have full recovery.” How do you achieve this goal?

Here is the plan:
Faith. The Recipe helps bring you back into balance spiritually, and your dopamine flows.
Attitude. The Recipe helps bring you back into balance mentally, and the fear is relieved and the symptoms subside.
Action. The Recipe helps bring you back into balance physically, and your organs are healed and toxins are cleansed.
Progress. Your life completely back into balance means Parkinson’s ceases to exist in you. Full recovery.

Please say this affirmation with me one more time: “Parkinson’s is a symptom of my life out of balance, and I can repair the imbalances and recover.”

And what is your positive goal? “I want to bring my life back into balance and have full recovery.” How do you achieve this goal? Grab onto the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery™ with a strong faith, a great attitude, and the required action, and you, too, can achieve this goal.

Your life did no get imbalanced overnight, nor will the imbalances go away overnight. However, in any moment when you are doing the Recipe, you can ask yourself, “Is what I am doing in this moment helping me achieve my goal of bringing my life back into balance and having full recovery?” And, you can smile at yourself and say, “Yes it is! I am recovery. I am worth it!”

YOU ARE WORTH IT!!!

All my best,

Howard

 

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7 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and moving toward a positive goal

  1. I feel huge gratitude, Howard…. for the availability of the recipe to countless people around the world, including myself…. and for the support your ongoing reminders in these blog posts consistently provide…. they really help me stay on track!…. And yes, Parkinson’s is a symptom of my life out of balance, and I can (and will) repair the imbalances and recover. Thank you from a very full and grateful heart.

  2. Jackie says:

    Beautifully stated. Thank you, Howard.

  3. Helen says:

    Thank you once again Howard for your inspiring words. I now commit to recovery. Xx

  4. bill bush says:

    Thannks Howard and all you commenters on the road to recovery. You have helped me have courage and faith to recover. Having Parkinson’s has helped me put joy and faih in my life!

  5. Leontina says:

    Imi este dor de incurajarile voastre calde in lupta mea cu soarta.Mamamea a facut un accident vascular cerebral si a plins sufletul meu ca nu o puteam ingriji si boala mea sa accentuat de necaz.Multumesc lui Dumnezeu ca mama si-a revenit si eu am o alta stare acum.va imbratisez cu drag Leo

    Translation:
    I miss your warm encouragement in my fight with fate. My mother had ​​a stroke and my soul wept as I could not care and my condition has increased in trouble. Thank God my mother has returned and now I have a different state. Hugs, Leo

    • Teri says:

      Leo,
      I’m so sorry for your difficulty. I pray for you! I’m happy to hear that you are still fighting this fight with us!
      Much love,
      Teri

  6. Howard says:

    Thank you all for your comments and re-commitment to your recovery. Leo, our hearts and prayers go out to you and your mother.
    Blessings,
    Howard

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