Fighting Parkinson’s, and looking toward 2019, part 4

In two more days, 2019 will be upon us, and I am happy to see how many of you have communicated to me how much you are looking forward to 2019 as a year of continuing recovery all the way to being cured of Parkinson’s. How good will it feel when you say, “I used to have Parkinson’s” or “When I had Parkinson’s.” That’s the attitude needed to fight Parkinson’s. Faith. Attitude. Action. Progress. Cure. You are worth it!

So, as we near the end of 2018, think about this today and tomorrow:
What if you decide that instead of living Parkinson’s symptoms, you are going to live your life.
What if you decide that instead of thinking about the Recipe, you are going to do the Recipe.
What if you decide that instead of living Parkinson’s, you are going to live Parkinson’s recovery.
What if you decide that you are leaving a part of the “old Parkinson’s you” in 2018, so it will no longer be with you as you become the “new curing-yourself you” in 2019.
And, what if you decide that you will be looking at Parkinson’s with this new view: “Parkinson’s is a symptom of my life out of balance, and I can repair the imbalances and be cured of Parkinson’s!”

Let’s do this together. Starting today, and until the end of 2018, repeat:

1. “I have the power to heal myself. Parkinson’s is curable, and I have the power to cure myself. I am so much more than Parkinson’s symptoms. I am alive, and I am my own cure! Parkinson’s is a symptom of my life out of balance, and I can repair the imbalances and be cured of Parkinson’s. I refuse to allow appearances in my physical symptoms to make me fearful. Fear is a choice. Faith is a choice. I choose Faith. I am recovery. I am worth it!”

2. “I have the power to heal myself. Parkinson’s is curable, and I have the power to cure myself. Parkinson’s is a symptom of my life out of balance. As a result of doing the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery®, I am bringing my physical body back into balance, I am bringing my mind back into balance, and I am bringing my spirit back into balance. I choose Faith. I am recovery. I am worth it!”

3. “I have the power to heal myself. Parkinson’s is curable, and I have the power to cure myself. Parkinson’s is a symptom of my life out of balance. I say “Okay” as my way of acknowledging acceptance that my Parkinson’s is temporary and that my cure is real. I say “Okay” as my way of acknowledging acceptance that my fear is actually False Evidence Appearing Real, nothing more than a thought created by my mind about some future event that may or may not take place. I say “Okay” as my way of acknowledging acceptance that my faith is real. Okay. Okay. Okay. I choose Faith. I am recovery. I am worth it!”

4. “I have the power to heal myself. Parkinson’s is curable, and I have the power to cure myself. Parkinson’s is a symptom of my life out of balance. As I wind down 2018, I say good-bye to anger and frustration and resentment and stress and anxiety and worry and fear and FEAR (False Evidence Appearing Real). As I begin to see 2019 on the horizon, I feel a surge blossoming inside me filled with happiness and joy and gratitude and compassion and forgiveness and love…and my FULL RECOVERY CURE! I choose Faith. I am recovery. I am worth it!”

YOU ARE WORTH IT!!!

All my best,

Howard

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10 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and looking toward 2019, part 4

  1. Melanie S says:

    Thank you so much.
    I am working on dissolving anger and resentment which are still bubbling just below the surface and am looking forward to my full cure.

    Happy New Parkinson’s free year to you all!

  2. Jan - UK says:

    wonderful way to end the year – we are blessed to have you with us – thank you, Jan

  3. Marie says:

    Eagerly awaiting your fully cured self on the other side of Parkinson’s!

    Just a reminder from my own journey to full recovery:
    If there is any part of the Recipe fo Recovery™ that you avoid, discount or otherwise
    find a way to keep yourself from doing it, that could be just the part you need the most!
    That was true for me; certain things made sense and others I thought “oh, I can probably skip that part.”
    In my case, at first I was resistant to the chanting. It became one of my favorite things once I got into it.
    Somehow early in doing the Recipe for Recovery™ I was exposed to the idea that what I was resisting could be
    an essential piece. And my resistance could be pointing me towards exactly what I needed most.
    Interesting idea that I acted on. I share that with you now. Do it all!
    Best wishes to everyone in the community for your optimal health in 2019!

    • Helen Carter says:

      Thank you so much for sharing this, Marie – yes and yes! I had just come to realise I was avoiding the chanting because I found it so hard …and so therefore had probably better get down to it.
      To all pd warriors a Happy New Year!
      Love
      Helen in Germany

  4. Tery and Werni says:

    Dear Howard

    First a big thank for your effort, it‘s outstanding, THANK YOU!!!

    Marie, thank you for your personal advice we heard for the first time, very interesting!! Tomorrow we will find out which part Werni is missing😂Thank you very much to support us too, really very kind!

    Have all a Happy New Year🎊

  5. Paul says:

    What a wonderful opportunity this is for all of us ty ty Howard and Marie for your words of experience I am so grateful to you both

    I am releasing my PD with your wonderful help

    Love
    Paul

  6. paul says:

    I am noticing a tendency to hide away from the world and as I have stopped working which was my main focus in my daily life, I am struggling a lot with how to build a life again and I am tired of spending so much time on the sofa.
    Can any fellow warriors relate?

    love

    Paul

  7. Tery and Werni says:

    Yes, dear Paul, we experienced the same, till we went out with friends! But first we had to accept the circumstances and the people staring at us. Today it doesn‘t matter and we even are travelling short distances, we got used to accept help.👍😋I forced Werni to walk as good as possible, read the news, use the tablet, playing cards with me etc. etc.! It still isn‘t easy…but it‘s worth doing it, it helps you very much!!
    We cried together, laughed together and believe now together to be on the way to recovery, as all of us wish it!! All the best, start with a little thing, then it gives you hope!! Hugs and Love💕💕

  8. Caroline says:

    Thank you for your encouragement and advice Howard and Marie. It helps us all to go forward into 2019 with faith and hope in The Recipe and look forward to recovery.
    Happy New Year to all.

  9. Zeljko says:

    I’m lucky I do not have to think about Parkinson’s anymore. I give it all to God. Blessings

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