Multiple Systems Atrophy is a tricky disease. While alive, people who are suspected of MSA can have one of two diagnosis. Probable or Possible. Probable MSA is when you have all the symptoms of the disease, Possible MSA is when you have some of the symptoms of MSA.
Yes, I am in a wheelchair now, and have a suprapubic catheter, and a c-pap and medications that would knock out a horse.
And Yes, I have scaled back my activities (I did not do the Halloween decorations this year so we are still missing the "Mad scientist table", filled with ghoulish lab accoutrements. I am working on at least a cauldron of dry ice for tomorrow.
But my life right now is about my life. Selfishly not answering the phone, not allowing a bunch of visitors and diving deep into the work of Phineas Quimby, Emma Curtis Hopkins and Ernest Holmes.
So this week I had my first appointment with my new neurologist, who has downgraded my MSA diagnosis from Probable to Possible. Amazing, unheard of, mystifying and miraculous. Getting better from disease that is suppose to kill you within a couple years, here I am standing in my truth, continuing in my gratitude. Of course, this is not unheard of, but I am very aware of the amount a prayers that have been coming my way.
I want to thank all my teachers through all the Science of Mind classes I have taken over the years, my Practitioner I & II teachers, all my Holmes Institute professors and teachers, and most important I am so grateful for my inner knowing that continues to lead me towards my personal healing.
So what this means is that I am healing from this horrible disease that does not take prisoners. Life is good.
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