I wish my mother could read the book I have written on Parkinson’s Disease but it is too late for her. She died seventeen years ago from a stroke that was triggered by the interactions and side effects of taking too many medications.
There had to be another way. There had to be other decisions people with Parkinson’s could make that could help make them feel a great deal better. So, I founded Parkinsons Recovery in 2005 and launched an ambitious plan to interview people with Parkinson’s who had found ways to get sustained relief from their symptoms.
To surprise and delight, I have run across a few people who have fully recovered. I have also interviewed many people who have found therapies that help them reverse many of their symptoms. How did they do it? That is what Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease is all about.
Road to Recovery is a book like no other book on Parkinson’s. Other books on Parkinson’s share a common theme. They tell us in the introduction that Parkinson’s is a degenerative disease. My research reveals this assertion is blatantly false. More and More people are reversing their symptoms these days. I believe that anyone can.
Road to Recovery from Parkinson’s Disease documents how people with Parkinson’s find relief from their symptoms. I also provide a rich explanation of the factors that play a central role in causing Parkinson’s. In my view, a deficiency of dopamine is not the central influence.
Symptoms of Parkinson’s tell us something is out of balance in the body. Road to Recovery from Parkinson’s Disease explains the nature of these imbalances and what people can do to bring the body back into balance. Treatments and therapies that are effective in relieving the symptoms of Parkinson’s are explained, referenced and documented.
Yes. There are many approaches people are taking that have proven helpful. How do I know this? Through my interviews and eight years of hosting the Parkinsons Recovery Radio Show.
I am passionate about the support, resources and information I provide to anyone who has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Why? I hold the belief that anyone – regardless of the “stage” of the “disease,” can discover natural ways to heal.
Believe me. I am not naive. I realize many people think it is not possible to ease their symptoms. But, my research shows this belief is false. My heart tells me that the reason people with Parkinson’s symptoms deteriorate over time is because they think that is what is supposed to happen. The sabotage comes through our own negative thoughts and beliefs.
I wrote Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease because I want to change the false belief template that Parkinson’s is “degenerative.” It is time to birth a new belief template, the true belief template that it is possible to find sustained relief from its symptoms. Once the false belief template has been transformed, thousands of people with Parkinson’s will find ways to get sustained relief from their symptoms. It needs to happen now.
Many people believe that symptoms of Parkinson’s are caused by a deficiency of dopamine. Western medicine is well equipped to give bodies mega doses of dopamine, but the symptoms usually persist over the long term. There must be something else going on here, don’t you agree?
Neurological difficulties are caused by several factors that can combine together to make matters worse. Toxins construct roadblocks to neurological pathways. Trauma crunches neurons so they do not function properly. Packaged food rips out the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that are essential to healthy neurological functioning. Couch potatoes clog up their lymph system so badly that is hurts to walk across the living room.
The roots of Parkinson’s originate in how we think moment to moment. When we delete the debris of negative thinking that has been saved on the hard drive in our brain, we have all the room that is needed to manifest better balance and harmony. When we identify and remove the seed thought that underpins and sustain the symptoms, our best and highest good is served at long last.
We feel better. The food of negative thoughts that feeds the symptoms has been sent to the trash bin for good. People have told me across the globe what they are doing for themselves to feel better. Now I get to tell you the good news. The wisdom of thousands is captured in Road to Recovery from Parkinson’s Disease.
Where does a person usually turn to learn about therapies that might give them relief from the symptoms of Parkinson’s? The internet is the logical choice for many people. The downside of this choice is that it is easy to become discouraged about the prospects for recovery when surfing the internet.
There are so many gloom and doom predictions on the internet about Parkinson’s. You can’t help but run across web sites that offer wheel chairs, assisted living arrangements and “cures” of one type of another. It is hard to maintain an upbeat attitude when all you find is help and assistance for the chronically disabled and offers from quacks. This is all yucky stuff to encounter.
Internet research is one sure way to nurture negative thought forms. When every place you visit preaches gloom and doom, you can’t help but begin to believe it all.
Let me be clear about the purpose and content of Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease. Here is my “truth in advertising” disclosure.
The 2017 revision to Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease contains a wide spectrum of topics. The Table of Contents below offers a rich preview of its contents.
Recovery is Possible Evidence for Recovery Parkinsons Energy Project Radio Program Guests Interviews with People on the Road to Recovery Who Recovers? Fix Me Now Recovery Can Happen Now. Make It So. Figuring It…