Fighting Parkinson’s, and is Parkinson’s curable? Yes! Part 4

I began my last three posts with this: Is Parkinson’s curable? My answer is Yes, Parkinson’s is curable! This is what you need to know in your heart. Keep knowing that Parkinson’s is curable, and you will make it true for yourself.

I have been hearing this lately, “My family and friends do not think I am getting enough exercise.” If you are doing the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery®, then you are getting enough exercise. Let’s take a look at the physical part of the Recipe, but instead of talking about how it is healing your organs, let’s review the actual physical exercise part.

The following is based upon doing the entire Recipe once per day:

Medical Qigong for Liver: You are rotating your shoulders, elbows, and wrists 240 rotations. You are doing 40 side bends to each side. You are doing 40 front bends and 40 back bends, and you are doing 10 just-short-of toe touches.

Medical Qigong Sound for Calming the Liver: You are doing 6 deep breaths, and you are doing 6 stomach crunches when you push out Shuuu Yiii at the end.

Medical Qigong for the Kidneys: You are squeezing your anus 20 times. This exercises the muscles in your buttocks. Additionally, for men, this helps shrink your prostate and keeps it healthy.

Medical Qigong Sound for Kidney Health: You are doing 6 squats.

Qigong for Clearing Liver Wind: You are doing 15 twists of your core, and you are doing 8 stretches of your wrists, elbows, and shoulders.

Standing and Balance: You are standing in manner that allows your body to open its own natural energy passageways, and this builds internal strength and energy.

Brain Vibration Chanting: You are exercising for 5 minutes your voice, mouth, and tongue, and you are vibrating your vocal chords and your brain.

Neck Stretches for Loosening Stiff Neck: You are moving your neck up and down, side to side, and in twisting motions, 10 times in each direction.

You are doing a lot. This is not the entire physical part of the Recipe, but these are the parts that have measurable “physical exercise” components. So, the next time somebody tells you that you are not getting enough exercise, you can truthfully say, “Yes I am.”

If they are insistent that you are not getting enough exercise, then it probably is because they either are looking at your symptoms only or because they or you think you have become weak (I will discuss the alleged weakness issue in my next post).

If the person seems dissatisfied with your explanation, there are really two choices for you: 1. Ignore them, and feel fully confident in what you are doing while offering compassion to them because they do not understand what you are doing; or 2. Ask them to do the entire Recipe so they can experience the physical nature of the Recipe as it will assist them in understanding that you are getting enough exercise.

Is Parkinson’s Curable? Yes!

They say incurable. We say, “YES, IN CURABLE!”
They say impossible. We say, “YES, I’M POSSIBLE!”

So, embrace the Recipe and chant with me:

“Parkinson’s is curable.
I am my own Parkinson’s cure.
I am halting, slowing, and reversing the progression of my Parkinson’s.
I am extraordinary.
I am recovery.

AND, I AM WORTH IT!!!”

All my best,

Howard

 

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8 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and is Parkinson’s curable? Yes! Part 4

  1. Karen in Ireland says:

    Hi Howard, you will get no argument from me. The Recipe shows me I am working and using muscles. 🙂 . I would love you to explain the bit about opposing muscles in Parkinson’s? It’s the only grey area for me. Like you say, people mean well with opinions. I think it’s like the old saying ” if you don’t use it you will lose it” and because our mobility is so challenged you kind of feel on a muscular level you are getting weaker and I can see that my body has lost a lot of tone especially my arms that’s why I would like more clarity, just out of curiosity, this opposing muscle not working and why.? In truth I know my body is doing an amazing job right now at clearing blockages so I praise it constantly. It ROCKS as far as I am concerned.
    Cheers Howard. I love your posts.
    Karen xx

  2. Karen in Ireland says:

    Hi Howard, fabulous, thank you!
    Karen x

  3. judy says:

    I have wondered about this myself. Thanx, Howard!

  4. Very clear and helpful, Howard…thanks!

  5. Helen says:

    Thanks Howard and everyone. I agree it’s great exercise movement. I get hints why don’t I walk more use it or lose ot. But it strains my body because of the I lean to one side. But I feel I get plenty of exercise swimming and recipie. These posts you put up are so helpful and inspiring Howard. Thank you.

    • jimmy says:

      Helen tu cuerpo se inclina hacia un lado , porque es el lado mas afectado, el mas debil, y el mas rigido , la mayor rigidez jala la columna hacia un lado. lo mismo me pasa a mi

      Translation:
      Helen your body is tilted to one side, because it is the most affected the weaker side, and the more rigid, the greater rigidity pulls the spine to one side. the same thing happens to me

  6. jimmy says:

    gracias Howard nos da mucho animo , hola Karen Judy, Helen, Penny me da gusto saludarlas

    Translation:
    Thanks Howard gives us much encouragement, hello Karen Judy, Helen, Penny You give me good feelings.

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