Take a Giant Leap for Recovery
By Taking 14 Small Steps
Over Seven Weeks
After 14 years of intensive research I have documented dozens of natural therapies that offer relief from symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. When I began my search I expected to find several good therapies at best. The good news is that there are many.
So many in fact, that many members of my audience have become overwhelmed and frustrated with the options. More and more people are asking …
- Where do I start?
- Which options are right for me?
- Which therapies offer the promise of relief from my symptoms?
What has happened is unexpected. Many people do not know where to start or how. The first step is often never taken due to confusion and frustration over the overload of information about what works and what does not work. Surfing the internet will make your hair fall out! There is just too much information out there for any single person to digest.
I have thoroughly documented these therapies in Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease. and in its 2018 Update. The good news is that most therapies do offer relief to one extent or another. Some people have better success with some therapies than others. The bad news is that most offer temporary relief.
This past year I focused my attention on identifying steps that can be taken to achieve long lasting relief. How can a person heal from the inside-out rather than paying lots of money for therapies that offer temporary relief at best? What I have discovered over the past year is that there is no single therapy, action or habit that does the trick. Yes, many people seek this type of solution without success. Why?
The key to achieving relief from Parkinson’s symptoms that is sustained in the long run is to quiet and calm the sympathetic nervous system and put the parasympathetic nervous system in the driver’s seat (most of the time). Medicines do not accomplish this, nor do supplements. Simple, easy to do steps must be taken that can offer long lasting relief from symptoms.
This insight has inspired the development of my course, Giant Leap for Recovery. Is it possible to experience a leap in recovery by embracing a single approach? My answer is no. You make it happen by taking small steps that, little by little, result in big wins.
Long lasting relief from symptoms results from taking small steps, one by one. At the end of the journey, you can look back at the starting point and celebrate the progress that has made it possible to take a giant leap for recovery. One of the reasons more people do not get well is that they are forever looking for that one solution that will fix everything. Such a one stop “fix” to the problem does not exist now nor will it ever exist in the future.
America succeeded in being the first nation to land and walk on the moon by breaking down the problem into tiny parts to be solved. This remarkable feat was not accomplished with a single blast or one amorphous effort. It was accomplished by taking small steps, one by one. Recall the words spoken by Neil Armstrong when he first stepped on the moon:
That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.
Giant Leap for Recovery Class Details
Classes are held on Saturdays and Sundays at 12:00 am pacific time. The first of 14 steps in my course will be introduced and fully explained Saturday, January 18, 2020. All participants are invited to connect live with me and others in the course to insure everyone gets an ongoing, solid foundation for recovery. I check in with each participant each class to address any concerns, answer all questions and discuss any topics of interest that may or may not be related to the step to be taken.
Participants connect live to the 14 classes using a computer or smart phone. You can also call in to the classes using a telephone. Using a computer or even smart phone is not required to participate. Local call in numbers are provided for most countries. Replays of all classes can be accessed through the websites.
Each class has a different website URL. Participants will receive an email notice from me of the website location of each class. Videos, audios and explanations of the steps will be provided.
The giant leap is now completed, I want to thank you for this approach. I was surprised by the result, it gave me more hope in finding my own reason of this disease. I am still working on it, after seven years of Parkinson, I only have 2 Sinemet (100/25) per day.
I try to minimize the medication and find a way to heal inside.
Thank you for your support.
All the best for you and your family
The second step will be introduced and explained Sunday Janury 19th at 12:00 am pacific time USA. Subsequent classes convene Saturdays and Sundays at 12:00 pacific time for a total of seven weeks. Dates for the classes are:
January: 18, 19, 25, 26
February: 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29
All sessions will be recorded and available for replay later in addition to the class notes which are distributed after each class. Participants from other time zones take advantage of the replays since catching the live classes becomes problematic.
What are the 14 Steps?
I am not going to tell you, nor explain them in advance. Really you say? Really. The entire point of my new course is to make implementation of each step easy, interesting and fun. I think it best that no one looks ahead at what is coming. After all, taking the challenge of recovery moment to moment is one of the keys to reducing stress! Fixing yourself in the future is one sure fire way to create unnecessary stress.
I do want to be clear that all of the steps will be taken by you with the resources you have available. This has nothing to do with suggesting you purchase and/or take certain supplements or seek out therapists of one type or another. For you to be in the driver’s seat, you need to be in full control of your recovery and not rely on others to fix you.
I can report that you are never going to be able to guess what the 14 steps entail. The purpose of them taken together is to provide the foundation for recovery that can be sustained over the long run.
Robert Rodgers PhD
Founder 2004 Parkinsons Recovery
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease