Fighting Parkinson’s, and your positive ripple effect

In my last few posts, I have have been recommending the positive thinking game because I know how instrumental positive thinking was in my recovery. And, positive thinking has been instrumental in my continuing to have a joyful life. Today, I want to explain the ripple effect of what you have been creating as you have been playing the Positive Thinking Only game.

Suppose you are sitting on a small platform in the middle of a pond. It is a very calm day with no breeze and the water is still like glass. If you drop a single pebble in the pond, it will create a ripple that eventually will die down and the water will go back to looking like glass again.

Let’s say that the pebble is a positive thought, “I have the power to heal myself.” As the ripple goes out in every direction in the pond, it is saying, “I have the power to heal myself,” “I have the power to heal myself,” “I have the power to heal myself,” “I have the power to heal myself,”. And then, it is gone and the pond is back to smooth-looking glass.

The problem is that the mind then bombards you with, “You are getting worse, ” “You do not have the power to heal yourself,” “Look how bad your symptoms are,” and the negative, self-judging, self-criticizing list goes on and on.

When you play the Positive Thinking Only game, it is like you are dropping a pebble right behind the first pebble, and then another pebble and then another pebble and then another pebble, so the ripple effect that you create is big and strong, and it lasts a long time. It looks like this.

“I have the power to heal myself,” “I have the power to heal myself,” “I have the power to heal myself,” “I have the power to heal myself,” “I am my own Parkinson’s cure,” “I am my own Parkinson’s cure,” “I am my own Parkinson’s cure,” “I am my own Parkinson’s cure,” “I am grateful for my life,” “I am grateful for my life,” “I am grateful for my life,” “I am grateful for my life,” “I am recovery,” “I am recovery,” “I am recovery,” “I am recovery,” “I am worth it,” “I am worth it,” “I am worth it,” “I am worth it.” “I have the power to heal myself,” “I am my own Parkinson’s cure,” “I am grateful for my life,” “I am recovery,” “I am worth it,” “I have the power to heal myself,” “I am my own Parkinson’s cure,” “I am grateful for my life,” “I am recovery,” “I am worth it,” “I have the power to heal myself,” “I am my own Parkinson’s cure,” “I am grateful for my life,” “I am recovery,” “I am worth it,” “I have the power to heal myself,” “I am my own Parkinson’s cure,” “I am grateful for my life,” “I am recovery,” “I am worth it.”

As you continue to play the Positive Thinking Only game, the ripples continue to flow and they grow. Look how big these ripples got with just four positive thoughts. Imagine how big the ripples will get with a continuous flow of positive thoughts. The ripples of positive thinking and positive feelings create waves that keep going and going and going and keep growing and growing and growing.

Ultimately, this creates a beautifully insulated place for you in the middle — everything flowing out from you is positive and it keeps going and growing — and you are nicely insulated from the negative thoughts bombardment. The negative thoughts cannot get near you because your ripples are too large and too consistent.

And there you are in the middle…calm, peaceful, grateful, joyful you. All it took was consistent positive thinking to create a positive insulated barrier around you where negativity simply cannot get in.

As you continue to do this, your mind will realize that your heart is taking back the power over your emotions. Your mind will try to convince you that your recovery is not taking place because your mind is afraid to lose its seat of power over your emotions. Do not be fooled by your mind’s illusions. Trust your heart’s authenticity.

Let go of your mind. Have faith in your heart. Keep the positive thoughts ripple effect flowing.

You are worth it!!!

All my best,

Howard

 

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16 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and your positive ripple effect

  1. judy says:

    Great post! Encouraging, uplifting, strengthening!
    Keep it coming, Howard. Can’t get enough of these
    rich, powerful words!

  2. Chuck R in Ky says:

    Its working! I love the the Positive Thinking Only game. It’s changing my life and health. A co worker just told me that I was extremely positive, WOW that was awesome feedback because I use to be so so Negative. My ZYTO balance scan Tuesday night at my holistic practitioners office showed my Liver and my Pineda gland organ biomarkers perfect, for the last year my Liver biomarkers have always been high, the only thing I have changed is adding positive only thinking game.

    Howard thank you for the PTO game

    Peace and blessings to all.

  3. Cathy O. says:

    I agree. Another great post Howard! Very uplifting and as always right on time.

    Congratulations Chuck!

    Many blessings.

  4. Karen and Don in Texas says:

    Oh my! This is exactly what I needed to read! The presentation is perfect! This is 100-percent correct! I am in and I am staying in on the positive thinking.

  5. Paul says:

    So great and powerful. And practical.

  6. Tery Brun says:

    Great, dear Howard, exactly what we need just NOW, it’s fantastic how you can describe it to imagine how it works!! Thank you!!
    Blessings and Love

    Tery and Werni

  7. Tony Catanzaro says:

    I’m defeating Parkinson’s without any drugs whatsoever. I can hear the 7Up guy: “never had it, never will.”

  8. corazon salvador says:

    Thank you again Howard for the encouraging message.

  9. Melanie S says:

    I’m gonna try with a little help from my friends 😎
    THANK-YOU Howard and warrior friends. I really appreciate you all you are all so amazing and special 🤗

    • Cap says:

      Thank you Howard, and thank you Melanie!

      “What you would do if I sang out of tune
      Would you stand up and walk out on me?
      Lend me your ears and I’ll sing you a song
      I will try not to sing out of key

      Oh, I get by with a little help from my friends
      Yeah, I get high with a little help from my friends
      Guess I’ll try with a little help from my friends
      ooh………….ooh…………..ooh”

  10. Zeljko says:

    This is great post! Very good ilustration how to fight inner battles.

  11. Great post Howard, so much effort involved in typing that ripple effect, but so brilliantly done! I imagine being like a little frog sitting on a lily pad :-).
    Big love to you and all my warrior pals.
    Karen xx

  12. carmel says:

    I love the way that we can create our own positive ripples, we can float on an ocean of
    ripples and feel so great !!!!!!!!

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