Fighting Parkinson’s, and being cured seven years

For me, today is a blessed day filled with gratitude, acceptance, and surrender. It is the day I woke up seven years ago, Parkinson’s gone, life back in balance…cured.

In my recovery, I learned a lot about gratitude, acceptance, and surrender. I became completely grateful for my life, even one that temporarily had a body with Parkinson’s symptoms. My soul was untouched by Parkinson’s, and I was grateful that my soul was in a human body. I learned to accept whatever was happening as necessary in my life and my recovery. And, I learned to surrender that nobody owed me an explanation as to why the things were happening in my life…”Okay. Apparently this is supposed to be happening or it would not be happening.”

Seven years after my final surrender and awakening, cured of Parkinson’s, I live my life following these lessons.

This is why Parkinson’s does not come back after one is cured doing the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery®. It is why none of the six of us cured of Parkinson’s doing the Recipe does the Recipe anymore and why none of our symptoms have, or will, return. Once you learn the lessons and have your recovery, your attitude and behavior reflect the “lessons learned” and you never have to learn them again. Faith, attitude, action, progress, recovery!!! It is life back in balance.

Full acceptance and surrender of what is going on in life looks like this: “Okay! Apparently, I was supposed to get Parkinson’s, so I could cure myself, so I could find my purpose, so I could serve all of you.” I am grateful to all of you for your hard work and dedication in taking the path less traveled and knowing you can recover from Parkinson’s. I am grateful to all of you for helping me fulfill my purpose.

I am grateful for my children, Steven, Genevieve, and Victoria. You have grown into loving, caring, beautiful adults. You make Mom and me proud everyday. I couldn’t have done it without your love and support in helping me around the house and not giving up on your dad. Thank you. I love you.

And, Sally, the love of my life…what a journey it has been and continues to be. Thank you for holding me and never letting go. Thank you for holding my hand as we took our most recent leap of faith, leaping 3,000 miles from Florida to Oregon last year. What a wonderful year it has been since we moved. I love you!

Yes, today I am seven years cured of Parkinson’s. You can do this too!

You are worth it!!!

All my best,


In case you missed the last post, Tony C. is symptom free. Click here to read all about it!

Note: Don’t forget, I am providing a special offer of a discounted cost for Parkinson’s Coaching if you sign up by the end of June. Click here to learn more about Parkinson’s Coaching, including how to sign up for the Parkinson’s Coaching Package with the special offer.


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16 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and being cured seven years

  1. Waseema from Birmingham UK says:

    Congratulations Howard you are a beacon of hope for everyone. I am indebted to you for holding the torch and lighting the way. Without your commitment and inspiration the rest of us would be struggling on our own as people have in the past. I am also grateful for technology as it has made it possible for us all to connect and support each other in a way that we could never have done in the past. I do believe that the momentum will gather pace as the numbers of people recovering grow and there will be new Warriors celebrating more frequently. I’m still learning my lessons and do believe that one day I will be one of those Warriors. Enjoy your freedom from Parkinson’s Howard as you truly deserve it.

    Love and blessings to all.


  2. Lynn McIvor says:

    Gosh, all this love brings me to tears. How wonderful to have all that support. And how wonderful to be cured for 7 years. And how wonderful you are helping all of us on our path to Recovery. I concur with Waseema re holding the torch and lighting the way. Enjoy your day, it certainly is special.

  3. Bailey says:

    Thank you Howard, for courageously traveling the path to recovery and providing encouragement for us to follow. Congratulations on another year! Xox!

  4. Susana L says:

    Howard, Your love, faith, and encouragement are incomparable. Thank you for your guiding light on the way to recovery. Your positivity and commitment to recovery resound. Working hard to get there. Surrendering to and accepting what it is. The beauty of balance seven years later! Sending you love and light! Susana

  5. Tery Brun says:

    Dear Howard

    Wonderful, dear Howard to be cured now for 7 years!!!! Congratulations, also to your family!!
    Yes, we too are very thankful for your support, we already learnt a lot and are looking forward to celebrate one day the recovery, must be like a dream comes true, but then it’s reality!!! Without you we couldn’t have enough faith to follow this path. 👍Thanks!!

  6. Smita says:

    Congratulations Howard. Such an amazing person you are. You won the battle courageously. Helping so many of us with recovery. I am running out of words. Hats off to you. Thank you thank you. Gratitude and love.😊

  7. Rainer from Germany says:

    How wonderful that is, dear Howard, being cured for seven years now! And how wonderful it is that you are there helping all of us to find our path to recovery too. I am so grateful for you coaching me since June 2015. It has been and continues being a great journey.

  8. Karen and Don in Texas says:

    Congratulations, Howard! Thanks so much, Howard! You are an angel to be helping so many achieve what you have achieved. Additionally, you have done it all on your own determination. You have had the complete resolution to become well and to help other people to accomplish the same goal.

    I know that I am feeling a lot better.

    Love and hugs to all!

  9. Bernadette says:

    Thank you Howard for passing on all your lessons learned to us, we are all eternally grateful. You are indeed an inspiration. Enjoy the anniversary and keep up your invaluable work.

    Many thanks

  10. Tony says:

    Congratulations to you Howard on your 7 year anniversary of recovery and congratulations to me on my seven day anniversary of recovery. My advice to all the Warriors out there finishing up their recovery: Do not wait for it, just become it!

    • John Allen says:

      Congratulations to you Tony! It’s been a lift for me to hear about your success! I’ve been doing the recipe for almost 2 years. I started in August 05. Your good news is helpful. Thanks Howard and Tony

  11. Cynthia (from England) says:

    Congratulations Howard on seven years of recovery. I totally agree with Waseema that you are our beacon of hope for recovery and I can’t thank you enough for your love and continued support on this journey. We couldn’t make it without you xx

  12. Karen in Ireland says:

    Hi Howard, congratulations to you. How can I follow when Waseema and all the other warriors have expressed the gift of the man you are so eloquently! I agree with all of them. Personally, I have to say thank you for your patience with me and for never giving up on me. I love your wisdom and your humour, and I love you dearly. 7 years and Tony 7 days, here’s to number 7! 🙂
    Big love today and always!
    Karen xx

  13. Mark Henderson says:

    Namaste, Howard, Namaste!

  14. Melanie S says:

    Thank-you indeed and congratulations Howard and Tony too!

  15. tu says:

    Congratulations to Howard and Tony.
    Thanks very much Howard for leading us the way and not giving up on us!
    We appreciate very much!

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