Fighting Parkinson’s, and tomorrow is the final day of the 30-day challenge 2019

As we enter the final days of my November to Remember, No Excuses November, 30-day challenge 2019, I am happy to have heard that many of you had very positive experiences this month, including when seeing family and friends yesterday for the Thanksgiving holiday. This is quite wonderful. So, you wonder, what’s next after November?

To read “what’s next,” you will have to come back to this website and blog on December 1st. Do not ask yourself “what’s next?” Ask yourself, “what’s now?” You see, there are still today and tomorrow in November, two more days to finish the challenge. You made a commitment to do the scaled-down version of the Recipe for 30 days, and today is day 29.

What’s next is some future that does not exist in the present. What’s next is worrying about Christmas and New Year’s and who you think you will see and who you think will judge you and whatever else you mind is telling you that pulls you away from the present moment in fear of what’s next.

What’s next is your Adrenaline-mode mind fearfully pulling you away from “what’s now,” in this moment, as if what you are doing now lacks significance. What you need to realize is that what is important in your life and your recovery is “what you are doing NOW!” What you are doing right now is what is real and genuine in your life RIGHT NOW!!!

If what you are doing now is the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery®, then what you are doing now is curing yourself from Parkinson’s Disease. That’s right. The Recipe is a cure for Parkinson’s. So, if you are doing the Recipe, you are being your own cure for Parkinson’s right now. Good for you!

If what you are doing now is still thinking about whether or not to accept the 30-day challenge issued 28 days ago, then what you are doing now is thinking instead of doing. What you are doing now is engaging in the same Adrenaline-mode mind thinking and over-thinking that assisted your Parkinson’s symptoms in coming to the surface as diagnosable symptoms in the first place…ultimately, this leads to you getting worse.

However, one of the beautiful things about life is that you can decide to make a different choice at any given moment. Any given person at any given moment can say, “I now choose to make a different choice. I now choose to cure myself from Parkinson’s Disease!”

Why not be that given person? Why not make that day today? Why not say, “I accept the challenge. Today, I choose to accept the challenge to do the scaled-down version of the Recipe for two days. That’s right, two days! I am making a commitment to myself to do the scaled-down version of the Recipe today and tomorrow!!!”

And, what about December? We’ll talk about that in a couple of days. See you then.

Okay, everybody, put big smiles on your faces and chant together so the whole world can hear as you encourage yourselves and inspire those who are getting started today:

“Parkinson’s is curable.
I am my own Parkinson’s cure.
I am slowing, halting, 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,

Howard

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6 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and tomorrow is the final day of the 30-day challenge 2019

  1. Sylvia Sars says:

    Hello fellow warriors,
    I say Amen to that!
    I wish the recipe to all of you.
    For me it becomes more and more a way of life and I love it.
    For me the challenge goes on till I am symptom free,
    Love,
    Sylvia

    • Elaine Jongsma says:

      I’m with you Sylvia.
      It is an awesome journey and a
      Rich experience to start to feel a
      Transformation within your body.
      With thanks to Howard
      for his contagious optimism
      We will succeed!
      Joy and peace to all,
      Elaine

  2. Chris Meyer says:

    Gratitude practice:

    Gave thanks for the wonderful Thanksgiving feast with family and friends.
    Gave thanks for the lesson in humility that the subsequent stopped up toilet provided.
    Gave thanks for the increased stamina the recipe gave me as I fecklessly struggled to unclog the toilet for hours.
    Gave thanks that Ruth pulled me out of the bathroom at 2:00 in the morning.
    Gave thanks that Ruth could find a plumber on the day after Thanksgiving.
    Gave thanks for the online video that showed me how to properly plunge a toilet so I could cancel the plumber.
    I give thanks that Parkinsons is curable and toilets are unstoppable!

    Thanks Howard and whoever that guy was on the plumbing video.

    Having a blast with gratitude in Wisconsin,

    Chris

  3. Mona in India says:

    Respected Howard sir. So the November challenge comes to end today..but the actual challenge is still on until I come out of the claws of Demon Parkinson’s. I have faith that with help of the recipe I can do it successfully. When I feel low, your encouraging words on the blog pull me out of negative thoughts. Thanks sir for sharing your recipe with all.
    Mona

  4. Tery and Werni says:

    Thanks dear Howard!! Every time and moment your supports help us to go forward even when it is difficult! Your big light on the sky leads us to the goal, thank you very much🙏🙏

  5. Alison says:

    Thank you very much dear Howard for all the unfailing encouragement.
    It is wonderful to be able to tune into your regular support. It gives me such a boost!
    As Elaine says, we will succeed! We are succeeding! Even if the appearances are not there yet to see. It is happening now!

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