Reduce stress and get better from parkinson's disease
- the HOPE Shortcut

It is becoming accepted that exercise and meditation helps in Parkinson’s disease.
Why? Because both exercise and meditation reduce the level of adrenaline in your body, and you become calmer.

You can accelerate the process  of becoming calmer by reducing the stress in your life. Not only the stress of today but also the stress from childhood can be reduced. Past stress is remembered in your mind and body. Reducing this “historic” stress will forever give your mind and body more resources to cope with Parkinson’s disease.

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Why am I an expert in Parkinson's and other chronic diseases?

Parkinson's in a nutshell

I am a skilled troubleshooter and very persistent and have used several thousand hours, coaching, searching and studying:

  •  I noticed that people with Parkinson’s often got better after my therapy.
  • I  studied how people around the world got better.
  • I read a lot of articles.
  • I  used all the specialist knowledge from my Master’s degree in Biology.

I now have a clear picture of the disease, and have used all this knowledge to create the HOPE method.

Do the possible

Everyone says that it is impossible to cure Parkinson’s disease. Ok, so let us do the possible. The possible is to reduce  stress as everyone agrees that their symptoms vary and often seem very stress-related. By working through symptoms peak by peak and finding the root cause of the stress, symptoms correspondingly decrease in these situations.

It is a simple and effective solution.

Who succeds?

You have probably heard that dancing and boxing help people. But do you know why?
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More and more people succeed in reducing their symptoms.
The people that succeed are:

  • The ones that have  a hope or even a belief that they can do it
  • The ones that are willing to try new activities
  • The ones that understand how they can reduce stress in their life
  • The ones that are persistent.

It will typically take some years if you have a Parkinson coach like me and more if you do not. But the slow way is also good.
Look for HOPE certified coaches for fast results.

Lilian Sjøberg

“I am a biologist, coach, and therapist working to help people get rid of stress. I have specialized in reducing stress-related symptoms in people with chronic diseases.

It is very new that a focus on stress reduction  can help people with Parkinson’s disease. Read what  some my clients have to say to learn more about the results that can be achieved .

From my experiences I have developed a concept that I call the “HOPE shortcut”.

And it works very well!”

Customer Review

I have worked with people with chronic diseases for three years,  investigating how coaching and therapy can help.

I have found a model that works.

I call it the “HOPE shortcut”.

Michael Ondracheck Pedersen

In short, I am sitting here now after being treated by Lilian and can summarize: It is better with my right arm and hand - I shake about 80% less. My handwriting has improved. I can brush my teeth with my right arm again after 7 years. I have reduced at least 25% in medicine. I have more courage to keep my job. And one important thing: Now I am excited and waiting for the next little progress whereas before I was always thinking about when I would increase the dosage of my medication.

Blenn Burns

"I have reduced my Mucuna by around 50% since we first started sessions. I will continue to reduce in hopes of eliminating dyskinesia completely. I have reviewed past traumas with Lilian and have let them go. Many of these were in my subconscious and were not a daily thought. I have no flashbacks and emotionally sensitive past memories are not as difficult to deal with anymore. ”

Marit Digernes, Norway

“My world has changed! First, I have been able to reduce my medication. I now take medication only when needed – this is something I thought was impossible, but yes it is possible. Second, I have been training systematically for two days. The first day I alternated between slow jogging and walking, the second day I took a demanding walk in the forest for 90 minutes. Both were challenging. I actually thought I could not jog anymore my feet seem to move so slowly, but I did it. Now I feel the normal exercise-related stiffness in my legs, and it feels recognizable and good. This morning I woke up with a deep desire to have a job to go to. It has been years since I longed for this, so it is a good and healthy sign, I think.”