Bianca's Blog

Bianca's Blog

Bianca's Blog

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 … Yes, Virginia, There Is Life After Parkinson’s Read More »

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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 … A Chi Travelogue: California, Santa Fe, New York City, Amsterdam, Dublin Read More »

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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 … Healing and Self Compassion: The Long and Bumpy Road Read More »

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Post-Parkinson’s Self Diagnosis and Recovery

Hello Dear Friends, I know it has been many moons since my last posting, and the one following this one could come next week, next spring, or next lifetime. Several years ago I attended a class in blogging and was told that to be successful (and what does that mean?) one needs to post at … Post-Parkinson’s Self Diagnosis and Recovery Read More »

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