In my last two blog posts, we discussed the introductory phrase, “I am looking forward to” as a way to move forward in a positive manner, and then taking action to bring to fruition what it is that you are looking forward to occurring in your life. Today, we add in the final part, gratitude.
Here we go. The Final Part — Gratitude.
The mind wants to judge how well you are doing something, and generally, it will tell you that whatever you are doing, it is not as good as you used to do it. That way of thinking is living in the past and is useless and detrimental in your recovery.
Gratitude opens the heart and soul. It says, “Thank you for what I am doing in the moment. I am grateful for each and every thing I can do.” There is no judgment, just gratitude. That way of feeling is useful and healing in your recovery.
Faith. “I am looking forward to walking well.”
Action. Practice walking every day.
Gratitude. “Thank you that I am walking.”
Faith. “I am looking forward to getting up from a chair easily.”
Action. Practice getting up from a chair every day.
Gratitude. “Thank you that I am getting up from a chair.”
Faith. “I am looking forward to eating with a utensil easily.”
Action. Practice eating with a utensil every day.
Gratitude. “Thank you that I am eating with a utensil.”
Faith. “I am looking forward to my full recovery from Parkinson’s.”
Action. Practice the soul, mind, and body parts of the Parkinson’s Recipe for Recovery® every day.
Gratitude. “Thank you that I am doing the Recipe and bringing to fruition the full recovery from Parkinson’s that already resides within me.”
That’s it. Thank you to all of you! I am grateful for your efforts.
You can do this!
YOU ARE WORTH IT!!!
All my best,