I sincerely hope Robin Williams didn’t take his own life, in whole or in part, because he was under the false belief that he had been diagnosed with an incurable disease. It was reported last Thursday that Williams’ wife, Susan Schneider, announced that in addition to experiencing depression and anxiety, he was also in the early stages of Parkinson’s.
If this turns out to be the case, it will make is that more of a tragedy than it already is, because if you have been reading my blogs, you’ll know that contrary to what were being told by the medical establishment and various associations and foundations, Parkinson’s is indeed curable. It’s just not curable with a pill. Howard Shifke and John Coleman, the Australian naturopathic doctor who wrote the book Stop Parkin’ and Start Livin’ are two of many people who have recovered from Parkinson’s.
If you are prepared to take ownership of your healing program. If you are prepared to change your lifestyle. If you’re prepared to detoxify your body, change your diet and eat nothing but healthy, natural foods, think happy thoughts, face and let go of fear, tackle the emotional demons you have been a holding onto and let them go, you can recover your health. You can return your body to homeostasis. This is what I’m doing and this is what Howard Shifke and John Coleman did.
Recovering your health is about alkalining your body, clearing inflammation from your body, strengthening your immune system, unclogging your lymphatic system and healing your gut. This is what returning your body to homeostasis is all about. It’s not about taking a pill. It takes work and it takes commitment and it takes an unshakable belief that it can be done. And believe me, it can be done!
Please don’t be disheartened by Robin Williams’ tragic passing. If it had anything to do with being diagnosed with Parkinson’s, he was sadly misinformed. Please don’t buy into it. You can recover! You really can!
Have an awesomely optimistic day!
If you want to know more about how I’m recovering from Parkinson’s, check out the blogs I posted called ‘Recovering from Parkinson’s.’