Fighting Parkinson’s, and winning, winning…and winning!

This is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. In my previous post, Fighting Parkinson’s, and Parkinson’s Awareness Month, I asked you to share our message of hope. Thank you very much! The number of shares on Facebook and other social media, plus the sharing of our message through emails and word of mouth have amounted to record numbers of people coming to this website every day since the post. I am grateful to all of you for being the beacons of hope for yourselves and others. In your recoveries, you are winning, winning…and winning! Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and Parkinson’s Awareness Month

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. As a group, we are carrying a message of hope and recovery like nobody else. Let’s work together and make this a Parkinson’s Awareness Month everybody will remember. Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and 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. Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and living life fully each day

With Parkinson’s, you can become consumed with the disease, you can forget to live life fully each day, and you can forget what it feels like to “have a life.” Today, we will discuss living life fully each day. Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and re-focusing your viewpoint

The current medical profession view and the view of most people not reading this blog is that Parkinson’s is a progressively degenerative neurological disease where they do not know the cause and for which there is no cure. The current medical profession view and the view of most people not reading this blog is that “how good you are doing” is determined 100% by how your physical symptoms look. If you are viewing Parkinson’s through these same lenses, it is time to re-focus your view. Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and acceptance…and denial…and recovery

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?” The “what am I going to do about it to recover” is the difficult part because it presumes something that requires you to discard conventional protocol for Parkinson’s — it presumes that you can do something about it to recover. Oh, yes, it also means that you have to take responsibility to heal yourself. Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and how your electricity is flowing

You have heard me say many times that Parkinson’s is an electrical issue, not a chemical one, and solving Parkinson’s involves looking at your electrical impulses flowing through your body…when there are blockages, there are tremors, and as the blockages are opened, usually there is pain. Let’s take a look at your electricity. So, how is your electricity flowing? Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and your experience in the moment

Whatever is going on with you right now, it is your experience in the moment. Sometimes the experience in the moment is pleasant, sometimes it is unpleasant. The important thing is not to become attached to the experience as it will change in each moment, and this includes not becoming fearful if it is an unpleasant experience. Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and Parkinson’s is not a life sentence

When you received the diagnosis that you had Parkinson’s, you also were told it was incurable. Essentially, you were sentenced to a life sentence of Parkinson’s. You were sentenced to a progressively degenerative disease. You were sentenced to never getting better or staying the same, but only getting worse. Today’s question is rather simple: Do you accept the life sentence or do you appeal it to a higher authority? Continue reading

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Fighting Parkinson’s, and giving gratitude, part 2

My post last week spoke of giving gratitude to Parkinson’s as a way to open your heart, quiet your mind, and release fear. Gratitude helps your dopamine flow. Today, I want to discuss another type of gratitude. It is gratitude to yourself for all that you do for you. Continue reading

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