Since January, I have been undertaking my recovery protocol and daily regimen with renewed vigour and enthusiasm. I have also been focusing heavily on meditation and qigong, and I have added breathing and body language exercises.
I learned two breathing exercises that are primarily meant to raise our vibrational frequency and stimulate the production of serotonin, oxytocin and dopamine to help overcome anxiety.
One of the most frequent questions I am asked, is how to get off medication. Be it PD meds, anxiety meds or both, there is a genuine desire to be medication free, and thus, free of side-effects and the inevitable loss of efficacy of the medication … it is well-known that over time PD meds lose their efficacy, eventually becoming completely ineffective, the outcome of which is quite grim. Moreover, for the vast majority of people experiencing the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, and who believe recovery is possible, recovery will involve coming off medication at some point, and this too quite frankly can be a disconcerting prospect. It is akin to a drug addict going through withdrawal.
As 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.
On our recent trip to Toronto, Mari and I got around to talking about dark energies. She told me she doesn’t believe in them. She believes that dark energies are just energetic beings vibrating at a lower frequency. I realized when she said this, that she was right, and not just how we think about spiritual beings, but also how we approach our health, particularly when we are dealing with a chronic health condition.
I love practicing qigong! Is an essential component of my recovery program. It was the primary component of Bianca Molle’s recovery strategy and an important element of Howard Shifke’s and David Thompson’s recovery protocols.
I would like to expand on a blog I wrote recently about returning the body to homeostasis. In that blog, I mentioned that the key to achieving homeostasis was putting the body in a state of calm by putting the mind and emotions in a state of calm. In other words, create inner calm, by eliminating mental, emotional, physical and dietary stress!