Fighting Parkinson’s, and the concept of cause and effect

Recently, a few people have mentioned that Parkinson’s can be confusing. They are doing the Recipe every day, but their symptoms are changing each day; sometimes more, sometimes less. The feeling expressed was that there seemed to be no cause and effect relationship with the Parkinson’s, so the whole disease was confusing. My response is today’s topic.

If you look at the physical part of the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery®, there are two main elements. The liver Medical Qigong exercises are designed to heal the liver and clean toxins from the body. This results in increased energy in the body. The kidney Medical Qigong exercises, Brain Vibration Chanting, Near Hand Far Hand, etc. are designed to increase energy and elevate it to the brain for distribution to the body.

The physical part of the Recipe is designed to increase energy in the body. When energy is increased and it is able to break through blockages in the energy flows, tremors and other symptoms decrease. When energy is increased and it is not strong enough to break through blockages in the energy flows at that time, but instead is hitting the blockages repeatedly in its attempt to break them open, tremors and other symptoms increase.

So, for me, whether the symptoms were decreasing or increasing, it meant the same thing…I was being successful in generating more energy in my body for my recovery. Essentially, I was the cause of every effect my body was having that was reflected in my symptoms. It is why no matter what my symptoms were doing, my response was the same: “This is necessary for my recovery.”

Everything in the Recipe is designed for recovery of the soul, mind, and body. If you are doing the Recipe, you are recovering from Parkinson’s no matter how your symptoms appear. You are the cause of every effect your body is having that is reflected in your symptoms. The challenge is learning to tolerate the symptoms you do not like while saying, “This is necessary for my recovery.”

How you progress in your recovery when faced with worse looking symptoms largely is dependent on the attitude you take when looking at the symptoms. If you are determining good days and bad days by what your symptoms are doing, you are not understanding this recovery. If you are doing the Recipe, they all are good days. You are alive, you are working on your recovery, and you are overcoming the negative thoughts associated with what your symptoms are doing.

Click here for more information on sometimes feeling worse while getting better.
Click here for more information on your attitude about your symptoms and your recovery.
Click here for a refresher on faith over fear.

Please determine how you are doing in your recovery by how you are feeling about yourself and your life in your recovery. You are the cause of every effect in your recovery. Accept yourself for the beautiful, courageous person that you are. Say to yourself and the world, “I have the power to heal myself…AND I AM HAVING MY FULL RECOVERY!!!”

Yes you are.

You are worth it!!!

All my best,

Howard

 

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7 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and the concept of cause and effect

  1. Zeljko says:

    Great insight Howard. Our attitude should be positive, no matter how the symptoms look. God bless.

  2. Don and Karen in Texas says:

    Thanks, Howard! This is a great blog!

  3. Karen in Ireland says:

    Powerful post Howard. You were shouting there at the end lol 🙂
    WHERE IS EVERYONE????? ( that’s me shouting lol )
    Come on warriors, I miss the chats on here. Even if you are having a -hit time at the moment, it’s great to hear from you and you’re not alone in feeling weary on it. 🙂
    Hang in there comrades.
    Big love
    Karen xx

    • Berni says:

      Hiya Karen
      I’m still here recovering from wall to wall fòotball haha! Yes the blog has been quiet perhaps folk are on holiday?
      The weather here in Lincoln is not too hot today so still able to do Qigong without melting how about where you are?
      Berni x

      • Karen in Ireland says:

        Hi Berni, I’m here in Ireland missing the rain lol. Staying in the present moment as much as I can as the heat was challenging on symtoms like Howard said last week. Lovely to hear from you Berni. thanks for reply friend. Xx

  4. Lisa says:

    One day at a time, sweet Jesus, one day at a time :). Keeping positive is key, and so hard to do.
    Thank you for the blog, Howard, and your continued support , keeping us focused.

  5. Thanks once again, Howard, for this and all your amazing posts…your support is very real and tangible. I feel continually blessed that you are my coach.

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