Fighting Parkinson’s, and really letting go

The issue of self love has been coming up a lot over the last week. If you do not love yourself, then you do not think that your best is good enough. If you do not think that your best is good enough, then you do not feel worthy and deserving of your full recovery because whatever you did was not “good enough” to justify your full recovery. Love yourself and just let go.

I feel that each of us is part of the greater whole. Our mind creates an illusion that we are separate, and that we are not good enough or perfect enough, and we feel unworthy and undeserving. It fills us with fear and makes unreasonable demands of how we are supposed to act in life. That is the mind that needs to be surrendered in the end.

If you drop one drop of poison into the Atlantic Ocean, I do not believe the Atlantic Ocean even notices. It is so vast that the one drop of poison instantly becomes part of the whole.

The Universe is exponentially more vast than the Atlantic Ocean. And, your internal Parkinson’s “poison” is so small compared to the vastness of God and the Universe. In the final surrender, it is letting go of the poison within you and sharing in God’s Universal Energy, His healing energy…opening up and literally becoming one with everything.

It is a sense of belonging, a sense that nothing is wrong with you, a sense that all will be well. And when you let go, the Parkinson’s ceases to exist. You go from illness to health, just like that.

When you love yourself, you accept that your best is good enough. When you accept that your best is good enough, then you accept that what you have done in your recovery is enough, thus making you worthy and deserving of your full recovery. 

Love melts all remaining blockages. Let go and surrender your over-thinking mind and set yourself free.

Who is ready to love yourself and to accept that your best is good enough? Who is ready to let go of your over-thinking mind and be free?

You are worth it!!!

All my best,


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20 Responses to Fighting Parkinson’s, and really letting go

  1. W’Ren says:

    I am.


  2. Sakina K says:

    Hello Mr Howard and fellow warriors. I am ready to let go of my over thinking mind which I have to let go .. Thank you once again Sir for the wonderful blog full of encouragement and positivity. Happy Friday 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

  3. Dora says:

    Great analysis. I know that being a perfectionist is not the best to be so I have to start telling myself: hey, what you do is good enough and be it. Thank you for your encouragement. Blessings to you and your family

  4. Rick says:

    Count me in 😀😀😀

  5. Heather says:

    I am ready to let go…I am trying to feel positive, and I will!

  6. Alejandro G says:

    What a beautiful, powerful and True message.
    I am good enough!
    I am worthy and deserving of my full recovery.
    Today I let go of my over thinking mind and all its symptoms like Parkinson.

  7. Joanne M says:

    Letting go and letting God more each day…thank you so much for all your help and encouragement…seeing progress and improvement daily. Blessings to you and your family.

  8. Margaret says:

    Me Me Me! I’m ready to let go and let God take care of the rest and Love myself, because my best is good enough!!!! We’re such creatures of habit, but I’m replacing bad habits with good habits, bit by bit, and I’m so grateful for the progress I’ve made and how good it feels. Thank you to Howard and Sally for all your Love and encouragement!
    Love and blessings to all my fellow warriors who also encourage and let us know we are not alone xoxoxoxoxox

  9. Steven G says:

    I am healing and lower my high expectations. To be average and one with the others.
    Letting go of overthinking.
    My stress and symptoms have decreased.
    Grateful for the support.

  10. Andrea says:

    Me too!❤️

  11. Helen says:

    I commit to love and accept myself. And let go of my overthinking mind.

  12. Nina Z says:

    I just started doing the Recipe for Recovery and I finally feel hopeful. I am trying to be patient with myself and not be self-critical if I don’t do everything every day. Reading the encouraging words on this blog helps me be kinder to myself.

    Thank You, Everyone

  13. Jim K says:

    I am ready, or at least asking to be ready, to say, “Thank you for this gift of P’s which is guiding me to accept my true Self, which is Love.”

  14. SN says:

    I am ready to love myself and to accept that my best is good enough. I am ready to let go of my over-thinking mind and be free.

    Thank you Howard!

  15. Chris M says:

    I have my helmet and seatbelt on, and I am ready to go from illness to health! I am ready because that is what God wants for all of us; a healthy happy natural state of well-being. And she definitely has the power to make it so! I just need to do my best, give gratitude, and accept it. What a deal!

    With much blockage busting love to all, Chris.

  16. Susanne says:

    I’m ready

  17. Beth says:

    I’m in full throttle. :)

  18. Ann R says:

    This is so true, Howard. Robert and I are noticing this as we make our positive affirmations while we do the recipe each morning. We ARE worth it! We started 3 months ago and the changes are astounding in both of us! You are absolutely right. Speaking affirming, positive prayers has been life-changing. Add to that, the breathing and movement while visualizing oxygenated blood circulating freely has been improving digestion, balance, energy, focus and our intimate times. We’re both absolutely grateful. Family and friends are noticing Robert’s better speech and his ability to walk.

  19. Molly says:

    I just got diagnosed. I just found Howard’s book. I just started the Recipe. I am so grateful to be here and that I found this protocol at such an early stage.
    Thank you

  20. DeAnna says:

    I’m ready to move out of the driver’s seat in my thinking mind and allow God to take the reins, the steering wheel, the direction, the healing…
    Thank you Howard!
    I’m humbled by this process…

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