Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #77 … A delightful Chickadee moment!

chickadeeUsually when I’m filling the birdfeeder, the chickadees keep their distance. This morning I was treated to a different experience! A lone chickadee flew down out of the cedars and landed a foot from my head! I looked at him and told him to help himself! He perched there for a moment, then gave me a familiar chickadee-dee-dee call, before flying back up into the cedars! It felt like he simply wanted to say thank you! I was thrilled! A short but sweet interaction with nature; a gift from universal-energetic-intelligence! It truly was a delightful moment!

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19 comments on “Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #77 … A delightful Chickadee moment!

  1. I am wondering if Starbucks has something to do with this research?

    https://parkinsonsnewstoday.com/2018/01/10/measuring-blood-caffeine-levels-may-help-diagnose-early-parkinsons-disease/

    David Thompson was doing coffee enema and drinking green tea . Recently I was reading some research which concluded that apparently there is no difference between enema or coffee drinking. In that case my choice is easy due to the fact that I don’t have many taste buds in the lower parts . Thanks God for that , otherwise my FMT experiment would be unforgettable 😭

  2. I was joking but it is well worth to read original study ( link is there ). It talks about caffeine malabsorption in small intestines due to bacterial overgrowth.
    Remember antibiotic Rifaximin that kills bacteria overgrowth in small intestine and reverses PD symptoms in hepatic encephalopathy?

  3. I love your writings on nature and the pictures such as the Chickadee in the tree. Part of the joy of the journey is sharing our soul songs which in itself provides a sense of calm. We all need that. My friend’s husband, who has Parkinson’s never ceases to amaze me. He is in his mid-eighties, still hauling logs, working at his mill, etc. I will share what has happened with him in the past weeks that is positive and moving. I don’t have Parkinson’s but I have friends that do and I am thankful for sites like yours, Fred, that can be shared that to help make a difference on many levels.

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