Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #114 … Happy New Year!

2019

Wishing everyone a year of improved health, optimism, enthusiasm, fascination, laughter, trust and faith! Our challenges will undoubtedly continue, for our journey has meaning! Its hills and valleys have a purpose … to guide us to spiritual consciousness and divine love! Live with joyful acceptance of the present moment and an optimistic eye to the future, for it shines brightly as our beautiful planet sits on the precipice, ready to embrace love, healing and compassionate bliss! May the light of love shine brightly on you, for you are a cherished participant in this spectacular flow-of-life!

Happy New Year!

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Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #113 …The quality of our thoughts… I move with ease!

loonIn a recent conversation, Mari and I agreed that the state of our bodies is largely a reflection of the quality of our thoughts. Yes, nutrition plays a role, as does chemical toxicity, exercise, stretching, relaxation and correcting physical trauma, but more than anything else, it’s our thoughts that determine whether our bodies are going to be in a stressed [fight or flight] state or a relaxed state, and thus, in good health or not.

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Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #112 … Modified healing mantra!

recovery2As a follow-up to my previous post, and in conjunction with my declaration to embody acceptance, trust and faith, as well as, my renewed focus on manifesting what I want, rather than trying to get rid of what I don’t want, I decided to revise my healing mantra. I intuited this mantra [which is really just a form of energy healing or quantum healing] after studying One Brain Therapy, and I used it to overcome migraine headaches, food sensitivities and many other maladies and afflictions for myself and others.

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Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #111 … A declaration of acceptance, trust and faith!

acceptanceIn 1983, I joined a market research company. A few months into the job, I did a presentation to a client accompanied by my account senior and group manager. It wasn’t my first presentation. Every time I looked up during the presentation, my manager was feverishly writing notes, which I took to mean he didn’t like what he was seeing and I started to become unglued. It got so bad that at one point, the Eastern regional sales manager asked me to explain the numbers on a chart, and my response was, “I don’t know, that’s just the way they came out of the computer.” The moment I uttered the words, I knew I had blown it and the presentation went downhill from there. By the end of it, I was a total mess! Afterwards, neither my account senior or manager said anything, but on the way out of the building I declared to myself that I would never let that happen again. And for the next 23 years, I didn’t!

I recently made a similar declaration as it relates to my experience with the symptoms of Parkinson’s.

Let me explain.

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Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #110 … Accepting symptoms and Bowen update!

temporarySome days I am challenged to accept the symptoms I experience and today is one of those days! I am presently in the middle of a Bowen purging and consequently I am experiencing extremely intense symptoms, especially as it relates to loss of balance, freezing and shuffle walking. Bowen purging seems to bring up a lot of anger which underneath feels like helplessness and shame. Today I’m feeling a lot of anger.

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Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #109 … I’m feeling better today!

homerI’m happy to tell you that I woke up this morning feeling better than I have felt in a long time. Actually, I noticed I was much feeling better after my Bowen appointment yesterday.

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Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #108 … PD medication and dementia

NO DRUGSI recently returned from a trip to southern Ontario where I attended my daughter’s wedding and spent time visiting friends. As much as I enjoyed the trip [which I will blog about shortly] it was very stressful and set me back a bit. I am happy to be back home enjoying tranquility here on Manitoulin Island … if a windy day can be considered tranquil!

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Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #107 … Bowen Update and Other Tidbits!

hummingbirdI haven’t been blogging much lately as I have been preoccupied with a few things. Namely, Bowen therapy, writing, preparing firewood and kindling and enjoying the summer!

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Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #106 … Magical moments on Manitoulin!

loon1As a follow-up to my last post about the wonders of living on Manitoulin and its contribution to my recovery effort, there is another reason why I love living on the island … magical moments! Like a few days ago when I picked up the crocs I had left on the deck overnight and a tree toad jumped out of them! Reebet!

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Healing Parkinson’s Disease Naturally – Recovery Inspiration #105 … How can you tell when you are living on Manitoulin Island?

eagleI moved to Manitoulin Island two years ago in order to get away from the rat-race and focus on returning my body to homeostasis. Although I miss living close to my children and my family, living on the island has been everything I hoped for, for a number of reasons.

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