Living With Parkinsons – Spiritually Awoken Angelic Reiki - By Gary Bashford

Living With Parkinsons


I have studied and developed my spiritual approach for over 50 years. I have experience in many areas of this fascinating area. In particular I am trained in Palmistry by an international palmist. I have spent many years providing Astrology Charts and projections to my followers. 


My interest and practice in Meditation has led me to experience various states of consciousness and I have explored various so-called methods. I believe that it is better just to get comfortable and simply meditate rather than spend so much time reading about how to do it

I developed Parkinson’ Disease over 10 years ago and I have successfully kept what is a degenerative disease at bay during this time. As a result, I lead a normal life with so few of the physical restrictions that affect other Parkinson’s sufferers. 

I developed an interest in Healing and have developed what was already a noticeable healing gift. I have achieved some noticeable success in my healing methods, and I will offer long distance healing to all those who need it.

I have extensively researched approaches to dealing with Parkinson’s Disease and have felt for some time that there was a real lack of practical down to earth advice to help those suffering from this degenerative Disease. Therefore I DECIDED TO WRITE A BOOK it is called Say No To Parkinson’s it is a very comprehensive guide to provide that advice. It is available for download on this site and I believe it represents the most beneficial help available for such a modest cost. I have also created eight subliminal audios that help deal with the everyday struggles you have with the Disease

Parkinson's is a neurological disease of the brain which is degenerative in nature and for which there is no known cure. It is caused by a loss of nerve cells in part of the brain called the substantia nigra. This leads to a reduction in a chemical called dopamine in the brain. Dopamine plays a vital role in regulating the movement of the body. The brain cells in this area are regarded as dead and incapable of regeneration. To date there is no treatment available for the cure of Parkinson’s Disease. 

Understanding the symptoms

Understanding the symptoms and effects of the disease are wide and many and do vary from patient to patient. No two Parkinson’s sufferers’ symptoms are the same. For this reason, it is impossible to devise a treatment plan that fits all. Each case should be evaluated individually to determine how best to approach the most appropriate treatment required. All too often there is no structured treatment plan. All too often the Parkinson's Patient is put on a drug regime aimed at increasing the supply of dopamine with no backup support from other Health Care Professionals. Initially the symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease are fairly mild and focus on disturbances to the gait; i.e. walking difficulties. There may be a tremor in the arm and wrist and over time this can become quite severe. Stiffness and pain are common especially first thing in the morning. Memory loss is common and cognitive functions generally can suffer. Unfortunately, over time symptoms get worse and eventually can result in the sufferer being wheelchair bound or even bedridden. Again, the speed of degeneration varies from person to person and can be very rapid or spread over a number of years. Treatments for the disease are very few. At the present time there is only one main approach to alleviating the symptoms and that is through drug therapy.

There are various types of drugs but all seek to artificially replace the dopamine levels available to the brain. In this way the neuro pathways which enable movement are kept clear. In the early years of the disease the success of the drug treatment is quite high but over time the efficacy of the drugs falls markedly and results in so called downtimes in between dosages.

Medical practitioners will gradually increase the level of medication and in time the levels can be alarmingly high. Eventually over many years the drugs can stop working altogether after which there is little treatment available and often patients have to go into a care home.  My suggestion is to make sure you keep a positive outlook to life, because at times it can be very stressful living with the Dis-Ease. This is why I decided to develop this subliminal audio collection along with the book. It is a fact your subconscious mind absorbs 90% of your thoughts. While the other 10% of your consciousness mind absorbs the rest. So, it makes perfect sense to let your subconscious mind re-program you without you having to really use any real effort.

The side effects of Parkinson's Disease drugs have at times been described as worse than the disease itself. The main one is nausea which can result in sufferers being violently sick. There are drugs to counteract these side effects, but this of course simply increases the already disturbing number of drugs being taken regularly. Sufferers can also experience severe bouts of tiredness which unfortunately is already a common symptom of the disease. 

Another disturbing side effect of the drugs is that of some patients experiencing hallucinations. This can lead to mental illness if left unnoticed and can place an enormous strain on marriages and relationships. It is also recognised that certain of the Parkinson's drugs can cause obsessions and compulsive behaviour in areas such as sex, gambling, and pornography. This can often go unnoticed until a serious disaster occurs. 

Support for Parkinson’s Disease

Support for Parkinson’s dis-ease sufferers varies from area to area and indeed from country to country. In the UK for example the help given by non-doctor medical professions is very limited. The usual form of NHS support is a bi-annual consultation with a Neurologist and a regular review with a Parkinson’s Nurse Specialist; and that is exactly what it is – just a review. The current progress of the Disease is assessed, and the level of drugs prescribed is reviewed.

Whereas in America the degree of help and support crosses over many disciplines and seeks to improve the quality of life of the sufferer in many non-clinical ways. Thus, patients can be offered exercise routines and classes; physiotherapy, speech therapy; diet advice and various alternative forms of remedies. Sadly, in the UK it seems to be left to the individual to find, try and evaluate alternative forms of treatment. In most cases it is a hit and miss affair. There are a number of alternative approaches and what is needed is a comprehensive guide to these therapies and what to expect.  

There are various charities and voluntary organisations who can give support and advice to sufferers but the success of these does differ from place to place. It can be very beneficial to join a local support group, but it is as well to have some idea of what to expect and what it is hoped to gain from participating. How best to judge what is on offer can be a difficult process and some form of guide is desirable. Much time can be spent joining chat sessions where very little benefit is gained in learning how best to deal with Parkinson’s Disease. 

The process of diagnosing Parkinson’s Disease can be frustratingly slow. In some cases, it can take years to obtain a diagnosis and start some form of drug treatment. This can leave a patient isolated with severe walking difficulties. Neurologists tend to carry out tests to eliminate what illnesses it isn’t. The test to directly diagnose Parkinson’s is very expensive and is not usually used until all other avenues have been explored. In the meantime, the sufferer gets no help and can become totally despondent and depressed. It is not unusual for patients to present the neurologist with such details of their symptoms in a jumbled fashion that the Neurologist is steered away from the correct diagnosis. What is needed is a guide to assist patients present their symptoms in a concise and relevant fashion. 

At last such a guide is now available. It is called LIVING WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE. 

⚫ It contains the best available advice to help you obtain an earlier diagnosis. 

⚫ It covers many approaches to managing the disease and making the best of your life. 

⚫ The various alternative medicines are covered in detail to help you find the therapy that is most suited to you and your needs. 

⚫ The book gives genuine advice on ways to keep the progression of the disease at bay and ways of improving the quality of your life. 

⚫ This is a living guide to dealing with your illness. It is not written in text book style, it is not full of jargon and unnecessary medical terms. Quite simply it is a practical guide written for ordinary people to help them improve their daily living. 

It is written by someone who has suffered Parkinson’s Disease for 10 years and to the surprise of the medical staff who provide the professional care who has managed to keep it at bay. This is likely to be the best £7.19p you have ever spent.

When you subscribe to the newsletter I will send you the Sleep Easier which is part of the especially Say Not To Parkinson’s Collection. With specifically written and designed audios to help and guide all those Parkinson’s sufferers who want to do more to fight their disease. It is a workbook not a textbook. Somewhere within this book you will find something that has a major beneficial effect on your Parkinson’s Disease. I really hope you get a motivational boost from reading the book.

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