Bianca Molle

Yes, Virginia, There Is Life After Parkinson’s

Dear Friends, I just looked back on my last blog post; it was seven months ago. Since that time so much has transpired for all of us. Personally, I’ve been to the East Coast and Europe for Qigong/Parkinson’s presentations, celebrated another birthday, survived the US presidential elections debacle, and supported the Standing Rock protest against …

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A Chi Travelogue: California, Santa Fe, New York City, Amsterdam, Dublin

“In order to understand the world, one has to turn away from it on occasion.” – Albert Camus  Prior to my diagnosis with Parkinson’s, I had never attended a retreat. I’d never even been to sleep away camp, and was a commuter in college because of family obligations. So deciding to attend my first Wisdom …

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Healing and Self Compassion: The Long and Bumpy Road

Haola friends, Healing requires transformation. This kind of transformation requires self-love. I knew this well enough to call my website Mettamorphix, the double “t” in metta referring to the loving kindness to self that is necessary. Yet self-love is a skill not easy to come by, especially if one has been chronically ill and annoyed …

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Juneteenth, Parkinson’s and Qigong

Five years ago at this moment, I was a woman with a disease believed to be incurable, irreversible, and progressive. Parkinson’s Disease didn’t so much define me as confine me. Fatigue, stiffness and chronic pain, as well as effects of prescribed medications, were narrowing my world, just as the prognosis of Western had promised. So …

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Alo Ha-Ha

Dear Friends, Why the “ha-ha” in the title? Because when I think of my recent time in Hawaii, I must chuckle as I am reminded that “Life is what happens as we are making other plans.” The narrative below will explain. As does the photo above, taken the afternoon prior to our morning seafaring excursion. …

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2014

Dear Friends, Instead of making a specific resolution, I will file away this short clip and re-view it as often as necessary. Thought you might enjoy it, too. Would also like to invite you to join myself and Judith in Hawaii from 1/19-1/26. A happy, healthy way to usher in 2014. Chi Blessings, Bianca Be …

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Ha Ha Healthy

Dear Friends, “The most radical act anyone can commit is to be happy.” -Patch Adams.  This implies happiness can be a conscious decision.  Why would we want to go here? Besides the obvious reason that joy is in itself a destination,  let’s take a look inside the laughter and see what’s happening inside the body …

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Rx for Stress

Dear Friends, For many years I denied the existence of stress in my life. Now I look back and ask myself why I did this. The fact of the matter is I didn’t know any better. I didn’t have the tools or resources necessary to reduce stress, so addressing it would have been one more …

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Catching Up

Dear Friends, My recovery from Parkinson’s has brought about a re-introduction to my authentic self, and an abundance of opportunities to express that self, especially in the last year. I have been writing (Reboot and Rejoice), public speaking, consulting, coaching, blogging, teaching in the public schools, volunteering (qigong for special ed.) practicing qigong daily, working …

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