Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #54 … Feeling divinity…A path to healing!

recovery2A couple of weeks ago I decided to change the focus of the blogs I was posting. I did this for two reasons. First, I have already covered everything I know about recovering from Parkinson’s. It is all included in my protocol! Second, I decided that my posts would be more beneficial if they were more inspirational in nature and content. Help others to experience happiness, even if only for a moment!

So I decided to write about special moments in time, magical moments, awesome moments, typically involving an experience with nature. An example was my most recent post about hearing a cardinal! I end each blog by saying, “I felt awesome!”

I indeed feel awesome when I experience these moments and I feel equally awesome when I write about them! The more awesome I feel, the more likely I am to return my body to homeostasis and recover my health!

At the same time, at the urging of a friend, I was focusing on connecting with the divine, meditating on feeling God, as a way to experience more peace and tranquility in my life. But I wasn’t feeling it!

Then a couple of days ago Mari and I were talking about the blogs I’m posting and she suggested that rather than just saying I feel awesome, that I express my feelings in more detail, so that readers can share the same profound feelings.

I realized after writing a few of these posts, that this is how to connect with the divine … to feel God. I had been looking for something outside of myself, but it occurred to me that this feeling comes from within. It’s in the joy, the tranquility, the ecstasy, the peace, the bliss, the tingling, transcendence, magic and splendor I feel in those moments when I connect with nature … or life itself!

I believe in my heart that all suffering, all illness, has a purpose, and that is to guide us to spiritual consciousness and divine self-love! So please, read these posts, enjoy the words, feel the feelings, connect with the divine, heal your body!

Namiste!

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12 comments on “Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #54 … Feeling divinity…A path to healing!

  1. Fred, I love those posts, where you are in nature describing it and that is was awesome. I love reading them and they make me feel happy and really good. Keep them coming and keep experiencing them.

    • Thank you Paul! I’m so glad these posts are resonating with you! Have you read Wayne Dyer’s book, Change Your Thoughts Change Your Life Living the Wisdom of the Tao? It’s an awesome book! I’m reading it for the second time!

  2. I feel this is a positive shift in the direction of your blog, Fred. Your moments of profund connection to nature and life sound a beautiful healing tone. I experience them too. Yesterday doing qi gong by my bedroom window bordering a vineyard a soaring hawk let out her shrill cry! The sound awakened a sense of healing and strength within me. This morning I walked with my wife Cathryn through towering redwoods rebuilding my stride. Now sitting on my front porch watching and listening to 2 gray squirrels hop, chortle, and explore for food, I just heard my neighbor the hawk let out that piercing cry again. Hello Great Healing Spirit constantly around us all!

  3. So profound as your words breathe light into our being. The feeling of nature, the joining with God together on this journey of life. I don’t just see your words on a page, I feel them in my heart. That is such a gift. I too believe all things are possible for those who believe. As I have shared beore, “We’re all just walking each other home” by Ram Dass Thank you.

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