Fighting Parkinson’s, and “I am looking forward to….”

In my last blog post, I discussed having positive self-fulfilling prophecies in your life as opposed to negative self-fulfilling prophecies. A couple of days ago, an awareness arrived that elevated this concept to a new level.

Here is an excerpt from my previous blog post:

“Change means being the NEW YOU, AUTHENTIC YOU, and providing yourself a positive self-fulfilling prophecy! Then, when you prove yourself correct, it will be that you were correct about something positive that you wanted. It looks like this:

“I am looking forward to good health.”
“I am looking forward to well-being.”
“I am looking forward to my full recovery.”
“I am looking forward to reading the blog post, ‘Fighting Parkinson’s, and (insert your name) is symptom free!’”
“I am looking forward to ___________.”
When you are “looking forward” to something occurring, you already are setting the positive wheels in motion of the positive outcome you wish to see…a positive self-fulfilling prophecy.”

At the time I wrote that blog post, I knew that positive self-fulfilling prophecies were powerful, but on Tuesday this week, a new awareness of how powerful arrived in the middle of a coaching session. Here is the concept.

When you think of the introductory phrase, “I am looking forward to” and you review when in life you have used this phrase, almost always, it is used to express excitement about something in the future that you know will occur. Here are examples:

You make plans to have lunch with a friend next Monday. As you end the call, you say, “I am looking forward to seeing you next Monday.” Seeing your friend next Monday is a future event that you have near certainty will occur.

A concert is nearly sold out and you are able to get tickets. This prompts, “I am looking forward to going to the concert.”

In these examples, had you not made the lunch plans or secured the tickets, you would not have expressed, “I am looking forward to _____.”

Since the introductory phrase, “I am looking forward to,” in your life’s historical data, has been reserved for things that were nearly 100% certain to occur in the future, your soul, mind, and body are in balanced agreement that whatever comes directly after the introductory phrase, “I am looking forward to,” is going to happen every time with nearly 100% certainty.

Energetically, this is extremely powerful. Pick what you want to occur in your life, see it and feel it, and then gift yourself with a strongly committed:

“I am looking forward to _______!”

And then, point yourself in the direction of what you are looking forward to, and keep moving in that direction until you get what you want. That, my friends, is the true manifestation of how powerful your positive self-fulfilling prophecies can be.

Some of you jumped on this concept in the comments section of the last blog post.

Okay. Who is prepared to share in the comments section below your own positive self-fulfilling prophecy in your life and your recovery!

You are worth it!!!

All my best,


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18 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and “I am looking forward to….”

  1. Roy says:

    In 2022 at only 40 years old, my life was a complete mess in every way. To top it off I was also diagnosed with Parkinson’s and thought my life would never be the same. I’m happy to report in 2023 that Howard has helped me shed my old unbalanced, unhealthy life and even though I haven’t fully recovered yet, my life has done a complete 180 thanks to Howard.

    I’ve never considered anyone I’ve ever met to be my hero, hell, I didn’t believe in heroes, but Howard deserves the title of my hero because this man did the “impossible” by curing himself of a horrendous disease and not only that, he’s dedicated his life to helping others such as myself.

    I truly thank God that He brought Howard into my life!!
    2023 will be my rebirth and best year of my life. Good luck to you all in your journeys this year.

  2. Rick says:

    I am looking forward to my full recovery and I will get there. Even managed to go for a 50 minute walk this morning after doing my recipe and meditation 🥳🥳🥳 Love to everyone! Rick from Australia

  3. Sakina K says:

    Hello Mr Howard and fellow warriors!!! I am in, I am in, I am in. 2023 here I come also looking forward for my full recovery so help me God. Ameen 🙏🏼

  4. Heather says:

    I am looking forward to being able to walk with my head up, my back straight and with my heels going down before my toes…

    thank you Howard!

  5. Val H says:

    I am looking forward to going for a walk, just because I can.

  6. Wendy says:

    I am looking forward to being symptom free because I believe healing was achieved for me on the cross of Jesus Christ and I thank God for answering my prayer for guidance and showing me Howard as an example and leader of the way to detox my thinking and my liver and kidneys. I am so encouraged, thank you, Howard!

  7. Rainer in Germany says:

    I am looking forward excitedly to my life without Parkinson’s, where I will be able to appreciate and enjoy whatever the Universe brings into my life, and where I will be able to walk well again and even ride on my bicycle, which I could not do for the last about 10 years, and where I will express and share the love I am inside without impediment.
    Thank you, Howard!

  8. Margaret says:

    I am definitely looking forward improving my health and I am looking forward to my full recovery. I never looked at it this way, but it definitely makes sense. I am going to repeat this over and over throughout the day. Thank you for the amazing hack!

  9. Scott R says:

    I am looking fowrard to walking without the use of a walker, to walk on green grass, to walk up amd down stairs without grasping the rail, to do all the little things I use to do and took for granted. I will fight Parkinson’s and achieve full recovery.
    Thanks, Howard

  10. Ray says:

    I am looking forward to seeing my neurologist this time next year and saying I am symptom free. I saw him last Monday. I was not looking forward to it as my symptoms appear advanced. I was expecting him to tell me to stop what I am doing and take the drugs but he said there was no clinical change. Proof that I’m recovering. Still drugs free.

  11. Donna says:

    I am looking forward to being able to move through the world with ease and grace.

  12. Gloria says:

    I am looking forward to hugging and playing with my great grandchildren!

  13. Chris M says:

    I have long noted, that when I get ready to walk, if I first see it and feel it and then walk, I will walk much better. Adding the phrase, “I am looking forward to…” does seem to support, enhance and magnify the effect!

    I am looking forward to experimenting with this useful tool!!

    Love to all, Chris

  14. Tim A says:

    I kicked butt at work today. My coworkers and I have worked together for many years. My PD almost cost me my job because of the physical demands. But I have survived with lots of help. Now though, as we all get older, many of them are struggling with health issues, one friend has kidney problems and another has heart problems which are threatening their lives and their careers. Meanwhile, my recovery has surprised them; and they ask me how I am so fortunate. It is challenging to explain how the recipe works, but I tell them I am transforming my whole life spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical to the best of my ability. I tell them that there is more to healing than transforming the physical body, and I’m sure they could find healing tools for their conditions too. It is up to them to use them. I have grown the most spiritually, but I have made great progress in my mental, emotional, and physical recovery. I believe the universe wants us to be happy so I sing and dance for the world every day.

    I am looking forward to my next shift at work!

    I Love You All,

    Tim A

  15. Maree in Melbourne says:

    This is such a gem, dear Howard!
    I am very healthy and joyful.
    I look forward to having my full recovery from Parkinson’s.
    Love to all, Maree

  16. Rabindar says:

    Howard, thank you for your support & positivity blog.
    I am looking forward to my life without Parkinson’s, and enjoy whatever the Universe brings into my life. I look forward to be able to walk well again, share the love, be healthy and joyful including hugging and playing with my grandchildren!
    All the best fellow warriors.

  17. Andrea says:

    I look forward to playing and running with my grandson. Thank you Howard and fellow warriors.

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