I have long held that view that I’m not suffering from parkinson’s disease. Rather, I am experiencing a health condition characterized by certain symptoms. What is more, I don’t believe that I have to cure the condition. Instead, in order to recover my health I need to return my body to homeostasis.
Thanks to a recent conversation with a friend, I had an epiphany about my experience with this neurological condition. I realized that I have been spending far too much time thinking about the symptoms I experience; wanting not to experience them.
Time will tell, but it appears that Donald Trump is here to serve a divine purpose. He is here to be the catalyst that will polarize humanity in order to bring about change on the planet.
It occurred to me a few years ago that my goal isn’t to cure myself of Parkinson’s Disease. This is too daunting an endeavor; one better left to the medical folks. Rather, my goal is to recover my health by returning my body to homeostasis!
In his book, Lucky Man, Michael J Fox calls himself a lucky man! He credits experiencing a health condition with making him a better person! I feel the same way!
As a whole, I have a cheerful outlook! I hold the belief that I will recover my health and I view my current condition as temporary. I also hold the belief that what I am experiencing has a purpose. It is my guide to spiritual consciousness, self love and good health. My attitude is, to do my best to make each moment as joyful, peaceful and loving as possible because I know that the energy I create in each moment has a ripple effect!
My journey with this neurological condition brought me an insight this week which might just have taken me to the pinnacle of my odyssey … an understanding and actualization of self love!
In order for this to make sense, let me give you some background.
I just finished reading Revolution by Russell Brand. It is loaded with amusing anecdotes and bemusing metaphors, confirming what most of us familiar with the brilliant British comedian suspected. He is on a far different vibrational frequency than the rest of the planet.
Acceptance, in my experience, is one of the keys to happiness and good health. Not that I was born a natural in this field. I was no Robert Redford swinging a baseball bat [in The Natural]. No, this is something that has come to me the hard way, in bits and pieces. I have butted heads with more people and situations than I care to remember. And I can tell you this, it didn’t make my life any easier or less stressful. It didn’t bring me a great deal of satisfaction and likely played a role in my developing a neurological condition.
How can we possibly experience universal peace and joy on this planet as long as situations exist where we pay someone $20 million to hit a baseball or make a movie, while entire families are forced to subsist on a dollar a day? How can we free ourselves of the destructiveness of jealousy and despair as long as there is poverty and starvation in the midst of extraordinary opulence? How can we feel content as long as there is injustice and inequality?