Saturday, October 26, 2019

Do You Have Words of Mantra to Spell? - Alzheimer's 13

Morning prayers

We had a short conversation after finished a route walk in Walk to End Alzheimer's.

The most interesting in the conversation is the favorite words. The words or a phrase that we and the loved one with Alzheimer's disease always say.

In the stage of Alzheimer's with the sign lose words, some favorite words will remains.

I have my favorite words, or a phrase. It does not a bad words, or curse :)

Some of us in the that group of conversation said that they have some words to spell too when they just get up in the morning to give them the strength, to make the day brighter and happier.

Some of us, get up and reach rosary to say some words. Some of us just stare at the words “LOVE, HOPE, FAITH” in beautiful frame sit on the nightstand.

Another one in the group said that she love to reach cellphones to get daily quote from apps.



Tree for illustration

We have favorite friends with Alzheimer's who have favorite words. They always say these words to answer our questions or just a sentence that they want to say.

Let's call them Mrs Anderson and Mrs Brown, both of them with wheelchairs, eighties year old, both could not recognize any single person but they still know their name.

Mrs Anderson still able to talk, the words clear, but has no meaning. Every time she said something to us or ask something to us, whatever the answers she will spontaneous move her wheelchair and said, “Let's go!”

Mrs Brown lose almost all her words. When one walk closer to Mrs Brown, she will say, “Let's play!”. She said the same words every times. Some time she said two sentences. “Le's play! Catch me up!”

Those words could be a chant or mantra, and some research found out that mantra can reduce the worse risk of Alzheimer's disease.

I hope Mrs Anderson and Mrs Brown feel much easier with their chant or mantra from the severity of this disease.

I also hope our chant or mantra in the morning will work :)


How about you, do you have any mantra or chant or good words to spell every morning

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  1. Uy ojala funcione, el mantra y siempre es bueno poner optimismo para lidiar con esa terrible enfermedad

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  2. I practice gratitude every morning. I'm sure this mantra will work.
    All the best.
    xo

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  3. Love hope and faith sound excellent mantra words!

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  5. Hi, Evi! I, too, pronounce my favourite words every morning. It's just a small prayer to say "Thank you!" to our Lord!

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  6. What a great task you accomplish with this series on Alzheimer's, Evi. You raise awareness.

    Of course I have a mantra and a faith that allow me to see these your posts as manifestations of consciousness and knowledge that we all may need at some time to face that terrible devastating condition for our loved ones, friends, family or ourselves. Thanks once again, Evi.

    I hug more than big. Huge.

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  7. My morning looks different, I like listening to birds singing, enjoying coffee, listening to music or interesting educational programs.
    I'm going to work.

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    1. Sounds great!
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      Some of us, get up and reach rosary to say some words. Some of us just stare at the words “LOVE, HOPE, FAITH” in beautiful frame sit on the nightstand.

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      Another one in the group said that she love to reach cellphones to get daily quote from apps.

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  8. Excelente mantra. Tengo un familiar con esa enfermedad, saludos amiga.

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  9. This is a great way to start each day with a positive mantra <3

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  10. Sì, mattina e sera parlo col Signore come se parlassi con una persona che mi è accanto e poi con preghiere della tradizione cristiana. È ciò che dà sanso alla giornata. Buona domenica Evi.
    sinforosa

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  11. mine the most beautiful name of my God whom we call "ALLAH" and other names that reflect his virtues
    my breath becomes a rosary each moment and i keep calling his name
    i have this habit since long now and it brough t me in an ocean of peace :)

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  12. Ohh m encanta cielo
    Besos
    Www.masqueropa.blogspot.com

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  13. I have learned so much from you, I find myself very often in the last few months telling myself over again, I can do this , words certainly are powerful!

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  14. Questo post è molto interessante e mi fa conoscere dettagli dell'Alzheimer che mi erano poco noti.
    Ciao, felice domenica, un abbraccio
    enrico

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  15. Hello Dear Evi!
    When I wake up in the morning and fall asleep in the evening, my thoughts go to God and Father Pio.
    I feel very sorry for people close to Alzheimer's disease.

    Blessed Sunday, Evi!

    Lucja

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  16. Siempre que me paso por el blog hay una lectura interesante. Muchas gracias. Besos

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  17. Es una enfermedad que produce mucha angustia y dolor a los familiares que cuidan a estos enfermos.

    Feliz domingo.

    Besos

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  18. Reading mantras is a very calming thought and mind. Good practice.

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  19. Ojalá no existiera esa enfermedad! Todo lo que venga bien será bueno!

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  20. Hi Evi great post ,reading mantras I think helps hope your day is a good one Evi xx

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  21. Unfortunately, I do not have a wound - it works only after drinking coffee ☺
    best regards
    Lili

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  22. I give thanks to God every morning.

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  23. I like to listen to classical music in the morning, as I get ready for the day. It instills a sense of calm in me.
    Amalia
    xo

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  24. Yo tuve a mis abuelitos con alzheimer y es muy duro tanto para ellos, como para los familiares. Yo les ponía vídeos de sus nietos.
    B7s

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  25. Hi Evi!
    I am convinced that these mantras work and that Alzheimer's patients are used to stop their disease.
    Your group does a great job with these patients.
    Have a lovely start to the week!

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  26. Beautiful, I think rosary could also work for this☺

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  27. I believe prayer and faith in god will help.

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  28. Very useful post, I am sure these mantras will be great for Alzheimer's patients. I love listen to classical music, bird singing and gardening in the morning. These things make me energized.
    Kisses
    Have a happy Monday <3
    http://www.rakhshanda-chamberofbeauty.com/

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  29. Thank you for sharing this. I find the Let's Go mantra so heart-warming for some reason.:)

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  30. Although I don't practice the use of mantras I do think they can be very powerful. They can certainly be beneficial when it comes to this horrible disease.

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  31. he he i don't have mantra but I have prayer to the God that I will together with someone

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  32. I think I don't have any .... Should I make it?

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  33. beautyfull! :) Really beautyfull honey!
    kisses from Poland :*

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  34. I do have some prayers that I repeat often. I often say the Lord's Prayer.

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  35. Interesting post my dear, thank you for sharing.

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  36. The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. I'm thinking this all the time!!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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  37. What a great Post. Love ist louder than everything .. my Mantra.

    kisses

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  38. As usual, very interesting post!
    Really I've never tought about this, and I have not any word or mantra... Or maybe I've got but I still didn't realized it? Who knows!
    Anyway, definitely this is a very interesting observation you did!
    XO
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.com

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  39. Positive words of affirmation are a wonderful way to start the day. I don't do this but I do start each day with a focus on what I'm grateful for in my life.

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  40. Interesting post.
    I don't practice the use of mantras but I believe in positive words.
    Kisses!

    galerafashion.com

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  41. Excelente mantra.Be positive and strong:**

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  42. Es una buena terapia Evi. Repetir palabrazs para reforzar la mente.
    Buen lunes.
    Un abrazo

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  43. Adorable post

    Kisses
    www.pimentadeacucar.com

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  44. En una parte de la tierra se viven muchos mas años,y lo lógico es que las enfermedades nos destruyan

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  45. I really love "let's play!" and "let's go!" I hope one day I can do and say the same and know what it means, too. I hadn't thought about a word or phrase to begin the day but I really do like the idea. Thanks for that. And thanks, too, for your visits and lovely comments!

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  46. Alzheimer's is undoubtedly one of the worst diseases of our lives. It has to be horrible to lose your memories and not know who your family is ...

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  47. Cool post!

    https://www.biigthais.com/

    Kisses ;*

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  48. "a mantra is nothing more than a collection of words strung together to create a positive effect"

    hehehe

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