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

Tomorrow, 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:
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!”

5. “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. The tortoise is my cure. I am the tortoise. I am curing myself with each small advance I make in the moment. Just like the tortoise, I move slowly and steadily, and I realize that I cannot worry too much about the bumps in the road. Instead, I know that every step I take toward the finish line is recovery, in and of itself, and I settle in and enjoy the journey. In each step, I see love and joy and laughter and gratitude and fulfillment and compassion and contentment. Oh, yes, and then the tortoise wins the race. Oh, yes, and then I win the race and achieve my cure. Fear is so 2018. Faith is absolutely 2019! I choose Faith. I am recovery. I am worth it!”

YOU ARE WORTH IT!!!

Wishing all of you a joyous New Year!

All my best,

Howard

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8 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and looking toward 2019, final part

  1. Derek Killin says:

    Well, Congratulations to all those who achieved their goal of no Parkinson’s symptoms and it encourages me when I see that some of you have taken over two years to achieve it. I have been following the recipe for 376 days now and I can see some small improvements in some of my symptoms like some of my shakes disappearing when I do some of the exercises. Not to mention I feel fitter and more limber than I was a year ago. Hopefully this time next year I can say I have joined the band of those who have completed the recipe.

    Happy New Year to you all.

  2. Lydia R. says:

    Dear Howard, thank you very much for your positive thoughts. I have always maintained an optimistic attitude, from the time I was diagnosed seven years ago. I have lived and enjoy my life intensely, I continued practicing yoga, and recently I have started to do the recipe.
    However, there are moments when doubts and negative thoughts and feelings come up, specially now that my symptoms have suddenly increased. Thanks to you I know that those times I need to stop my mind, breathe deeply and let go, surrendering and putting my fear, my need of approval, my anger, etc. in the hands of a higher power, that is, let God be in charge.
    I am determined and convinced that I am capable to heal my soul, my mind and my body and get rid of Parkinson’s once and for all.
    Sending a big hug and my best wishes to you.

    PS Pardon my English if it sounds funny, it is my Spanish getting in the way 🙂

  3. Sarah says:

    Thank you for this inspirational lead up to the year of transformation!
    Much love to all 💙
    Sarah

  4. Lohren says:

    Thank you Howard for your belief in us. That helps generate a field of thought that is healing.
    I have found that going to a deep place of meditation where there is a “nothingness” and creating a “picture” of how I want to be, remembering throughout the day how that feels along with a deep sense of gratitude to be life changing. In actuality I am rewiring my brain to experience the future, to feel a oneness with everything. At first, I felt uneasy because this is new for me, but practicing this as much as possible makes it more comfortable.

    I wish for many healings with Howard’s generous recipe in 2019. Happy New Year everyone!

    Love, Lohren

  5. Johnny L. Woodruff says:

    Thank you, Howard, for these wonderful posts.

    I have been doing the Recipe for almost 6 months. Looking forward to what 2019 brings for us all. May God be with and bless us all!

    Faith, Courage and Love to all my fellow travelers and comrades in this battle! All and only the best in 2019!!

  6. Erik Herazo says:

    Thank you Howard. And thanks to all for posting such encouraging comments. Wishing all a full recovery.

  7. Beth of CA says:

    Howard, thank you for your encouragement! Wishing all a full recovery and all the best for 2019!

  8. Sue SFBay Area says:

    Happy New Year 2019 – what a glorious way to begin. Thank you first Howard for all your help and guidance. What a gift and blessing you are. And thank you Jan and Alex for sharing your meditation. Wonderful. I feel a new burst of energy and belief, thank you for the renewed confidence.

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