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Yearly Archives: 2021
A comment posted to my previous blog post says, “Ha, my mind says: “what-if-it-doesn’t-happen” this mind puts me in doubt. One foot in the cure and one foot: what if……” Today, I will dissect “what if” for all of you.
As all of you know, the current medical model of Parkinson’s does not include being cured. In fact, it does not include slowing, halting, or reversing the disease. It only includes mitigation of symptoms for a window of time. If … Continue reading
Recently, some people have mentioned to me how fortunate I was to have Sally with me on my journey to full recovery from Parkinson’s. When I expressed that I agreed, and it was a blessing beyond comprehension to have her … Continue reading
Today on a coaching call, we were covering issues of positive emotions and negative emotions. The discussion was about how the emotions are a choice and have a snowball effect of growing exponentially based upon which you are providing energy. … Continue reading
In my last blog post, I discussed that the symptoms are not the disease, and how increased symptoms often are a great sign of healing. Today, we take that concept onto the battlefield.
What is a symptom? According to Merriam-Webster Online, a symptom is “subjective evidence of disease or physical disturbance; broadly : something that indicates the presence of bodily disorder.”
A paradox of the Parkinson’s recovery is finding happiness inside yourself when your body is at its worse. However, it is that exact happiness that lights up your dopamine and helps your body restore itself to its best.
Okay. It has been a couple of months of changing weather and changing symptoms, of acceptance and denial, and of fear and FEAR (False Evidence Appearing Real) regarding these changing symptoms. It is time to fearlessly surrender the FEAR!
Accepting you have Parkinson’s disease is the first step in fighting the disease. Acceptance goes something like this: “I accept that I have Parkinson’s Disease…what am I going to do about it to recover?”
Okay. We all know that breathing is important. However, proper breathing will make a substantial difference in so many areas of your life: toxin removal, increased energy, speech (strength and articulation), and the ability to do Brain Vibration Chanting in … Continue reading