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  1. I started Tai chi classes again. My instructor in the special classes has had Parkinson's for over 20 years! She has to be over 70 years old.
  2. Recently my Dr mentioned a new group they were thinking of forming to deal with anxiety, depression, etc, based on a “new” therapy that was proving effective with a low level of recidivism. It’s called Mindfulness, based on Taoism philosophic principles. She thought with my taking tai chi and my interest in psychology etc that I might be helpful in the group. I told her that I already use one of the techniques – observing my flow of thoughts and feelings without identifying with them. I consider my life-long interest in psychology and health to be helpful in living with PD, as it’s provides me insight into both – and first-hand experience of the relation between mind and body. After thinking about Mindfulness relating to PD and sickness in general I thought it could be very helpful - but I can only see it being helpful to people who believe that there is more to life than meets the eye -- whether it be religion, philosophy, cosmic forces or whatever. For without this belief I can’t see how or why anyone would derive satisfactory meaning (or reason) from observing their negative and painful experience of anything..... Since my Dr mentioned it I have noticed more articles on mindfulness...