Last week on a coaching call, the person asked me how I knew I would have a full recovery. He said it seemed that my “knowing” made a difference in how I viewed the day-to-day symptoms. Today I will share my response.
I answered him that there were two main factors:
1. I had seen what had happened with my mother going down the known path. It was the only path Western Medicine had to offer and it did not include a recovery. In fact, it did not include slowing or halting the disease progression.
2. So, I decided I would have a full recovery and I announced to Sally that I would have a full recovery. Then, I pointed myself in a different direction, and I charted a course toward my full recovery. That is how I knew. And, I was so fearful of the known path that I knew I could not be fearful of whatever would occur on the unchartered path I was creating day-by-day.
I am sharing with you what I sent to the person in a follow up email to help you lay the foundation of knowing you will have a full recovery:
“Fearlessly decide, “I am _______ (fill in the blank with your name) and I am going to have a Parkinson’s full recovery.” Announce it (to somebody else or out into the Universe) and own it, and you do not have to worry about when it will happen. You know it will happen.
Also, after you announce it, you do not have to worry on any particular day how you are doing physically. If you are doing the Recipe, then you are getting better, and whatever it is that the symptoms are doing is just a reflection of your recovery. That’s it! The symptoms mean nothing more than you have Parkinson’s.
Whether they are up or down means nothing more than you are healing and your energy is shifting toward the healing. Sometimes the shift means shake more and be stiffer, and sometimes the shift means shake less and be less stiff. What matters is the healing, and it is taking place. Know it!”
Okay! Doesn’t that feel great!
Now, grab onto the soul, mind, and body healing of the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery®, and, with confidence and a firm conviction, keep moving toward your full recovery.
You can do it.
You are worth it!!!
All my best,