Mind is a wonderful tool: can be used for making analysis, predictions, calculations…Continue reading “122a. Mind, the abuser”
Some PD people are so deeply in the grip of pause, that they can’t feel their own bodies.Continue reading “121a. Body sensations”
Although not a typical recovery symptom (not described in any of dr. JWH books anyway) I believe becoming lazy is, indeed, a recovery symptom. Let me explain why…Continue reading “120. Becoming lazy”
Everyone, as soon as they receive their PD diagnosis or notice their first PD symptom, want to get better from this condition.Continue reading “119a. Is recovery necessary?”
Let go of the outcome of your recovery. Let God decide, not you.
You on the other hand must accept everything that God decides.
Why not? We are not in control of life, He is.
Only thing we can control is our attitude.
So let’s accept and surrender. Say yes to everything that is going on in your life, even unpleasant experiences. Especially those experiences.
Life surprises you with new problems. It is not a straight line, it is curved and messy.Continue reading “117a. Remain loving God”
This is a topic which is not talked about so much, especially in literature, but I believe has a great part for those working on recovering from Parkinson’s.Continue reading “116. Wavering”
I give you an article which describes one particular case of PD recovery.Continue reading “115a. Leap of faith”
Lately, I have noticed huge shift in sleeping pattern.Continue reading “114a. Recovery symptom – shift in sleep pattern”
While working on your recovery you may be facing following situation:Continue reading “113a. Trigger events”