Last week, I announced 2022 as the year of good days. Today we take the good days theme and expound on it.
Sometimes, a coaching call will have this conversation:
Them: “Howard, in the last week, I had four good days, two bad days, and one good day.”
Me: “Congratulations on the good days. That must feel nice. Please tell me what made the bad days designated as bad days.”
Them: “On the bad days, I was slower, stiffer, shakier, and my overall energy was low.”
Me: “Was the one good day at the end similar to the four good days at the beginning?”
Me: “Here is how I see it: During the four good days, your faith was good, your attitude was good, and you ability to earnestly do the physical part of the Recipe was good. As a result of the four good days digging deeper into the toxicity in your body, the two days that you call bad days were actually healing days. After your hard work and dedication to the Recipe unearthed a deeper level of toxicity, your body had to work very hard to filter and remove the toxins from your body. So, you actually had four good days, two great days, and one good day. Congratulations on this grand success.”
There are no bad days! If you want a comparison in this recovery, it is very simple: If you are doing the soul, mind, and body healing of the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery®, then you are healing every day. Therefore, there are good days and there are healing days, which also are good days as they are necessary for your recovery.
Although the healing days may feel uncomfortable, they are healing days nonetheless. If anything “bad” was happening, then the good day at the end would not have returned.
Please take this concept deeply in your heart and soul. It will serve as salve to put on your healing days and help you understand that all the days are good days.
You are worth it!!!
All my best,