IT IS HERE!!! Today is the kick-off of my 30-day November to Remember, No Excuses November, Challenge 2018! Click here to review the challenge. I am so excited about how many of you I have heard from who are making a commitment to yourselves to do the scaled-down version of the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery® for the 30 days of November. Congratulations to all of you on giving yourselves the gift of working on your Parkinson’s recovery. To kick-off the challenge, here is some inspiration.
In my previous post announcing the 30-day challenge, I encouraged those of you already doing the Recipe to share how you were doing to inspire the new people. Veterans to the Recipe and some new people taking on the challenge posted comments to that blog post. I share them with you here for inspiration to kick-off the challenge.
Jan – UK says:
I found Howard in August and tested out the 30 day challenge – I now try and follow the full “recipe” for at least 1 hour a day and will be signing up for coaching very soon. The website and blog are an incredible resource, and fellow travellers give love and encouragement. Don’t hesitate – give it a go if you are new to the recipe – renew your commitment if you are already on the road. It can be life transforming. Howard – thank you yet again for your kindness and belief – and for helping us to “fight the foe!” Jan UK
Lohren Christie says:
Thanks Howard for your generosity! All of your recommendations are so relevant and healing. I find it helps to “know” that you are already healed, to realize that we need nothing and that we can do it. The subconscious controls me and doesn’t know the difference between what is “real” and what is not! So coming from the standpoint that we already have healing is the focus.
Love to all,
Tery and Werni says:
Howard, with a big heart, tireless to help and support us!! We experience it again with today‘s blog!!! We can‘t find very often human beings like you, Howard, in our ‘money-thinking-world’‚ we only can say: THANK YOU!
Chris Meyer says:
This is a wonderfully comprehensive set of materials. It’s so rich it may seem daunting at first blush. Just pick up on the simple theme Howard weaves throughout:
1. Take and use what you can.
2. Do your best.
3. That’s good enough.
Best wishes to everyone,
I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2016 given a recommendation for medication and told to read about it on the internet! Finding this site was like a breath of fresh air after so many others fixated on symptoms and medications. I have always believed that the body can heal itself and here was proof.
Within a couple of months of starting the Recipe I regained my sense of smell and other improvements have followed such as being able to shower myself again and all without medication.
I would say to anyone new give it a try what’s a month out of your life? Don’t worry about being able to perform the Qigong perfectly. Your best is all that’s necessary.
To all the ‘regulars’ I wish you a Happy November !
We are all worthy and deserving of a full recovery
Chuck Rigney says:
Hello everyone, I want to share 10 things I’m grateful for this morning
1 I woke up
2 opened up two Beautiful gifts from God, my eyes. From birth I am Almost totally blind in my left eye , But I am so so grateful to have one good eye To see all the beautiful things God has made
3 my awesome, incredible, beautiful wife Stacie
4 morning cup of coffee
5 Cool rainy day here in Kentucky
6 I still have hope and faith that I will fully recover
7. I’m grateful for Howard, the recipe, and everyone on this blog
8. I’m grateful I don’t have to be perfect , And my Best is good Enough
9. I’m grateful that my family is healthy
10. I am grateful to be alive
Anyone else want to share 10 things you’re grateful for?
Love and blessings to all
It is with excitement and renewed faith that my body will heal from Parkinson’s!! I’ve accepted the November challenge, starting today!
I am grateful for:
Waking up today
Finding Howard and the Recipe
Howard’s realistic encouragement
My mom whom I now live with
My daughter and 2 granddaughters
What I’m learning about myself in this journey
The generous, gracious family I worked for before I had to quit
This group support from all of you
A comfortable home to live in
High quality food to nourish my body
May you all feel love, peace and faith today.
For further inspiration, Click Here to see the picture gallery we have started. These are the New Faces of Parkinson’s!
You are not your Parkinson’s symptoms…you are something more than symptoms…you are the loving, beautiful, caring, grateful essence of who you are. The symptoms may go up and down, but you remain strong, solid, and ready to cure yourself from Parkinson’s. Some of the people who posted these comments are just a bit ahead of you on this path toward recovery, and some of them are just like you getting started right now. They are committed to curing themselves from Parkinson’s!
Now it is your turn. Jump in with both feet! Accept the challenge…make the commitment to yourself…grab onto the scaled-down version of the Recipe…make this your November to Remember for your Parkinson’s recovery. And, if you have been doing the Recipe already, re-commit yourself, challenge yourself…make this your November to Remember for your Parkinson’s recovery.
One more bit of inspiration:
Some people may say that it is impossible to recover from Parkinson’s. To them, let’s say:
“Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’!” Audrey Hepburn
“I have the power to heal myself.” And I did.
“You have the power to heal yourself.” Marie did. Pratima did. Betty did. Helen did. Tony did. And you are.
“Together we have the power to heal the world.” Every time another person starts down this path to recovery, together we are growing in numbers and we do have the power to heal the world from Parkinson’s.
Make the commitment to yourself for recovery!
Okay, everybody, put big smiles on your faces and chant together so the whole world can hear us kick off the best November to Remember ever:
“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.
I am doing great!
AND, I AM WORTH IT!!!”
All my best,