I, admittedly, was hesitant to write this post. I didn’t want to be seen as a negative Nellie. Nor did I want to rain on anybody’s parade or dash anybody’s hopes. But I also think it’s important not to give people false hope.
I watched another video recently of a person with parkinson’s disease asking the medical community to find a cure. But how do you create a pill to restore the digestive system and the immune system, or eliminate inflammation, or unclog the lymphatic system, or alkaline the body. And how do you create a pill that dissolves emotional pain, fear and stress, because these are all the things that are at the root of this neurological condition.
If we were meant to create a pill that would cure PD, we would have done so by now. It took less than 10 years from the time President Kennedy declared that the United States would put a man on the moon, until Neil Armstrong set foot on the lunar surface. Parkinson’s disease was first written about almost 200 years ago and millions and millions of dollars has been invested in finding a cure since. The same is true for cancer and countless other diseases. And yet, we have not discovered the magic pill.
The purpose of PD and the myriad of other challenges facing humanity is to guide us [inspire us] to change the way we live. It is to awaken us to our spiritual divinity. It is to lead us to a more loving and compassionate way of living, where self love, kindness, gratitude and forgiveness characterize our way of life. When this is achieved, the body will return to homeostasis, and Parkinson’s and its friends will disappear on its own.
Have an awesomely divine day!