#241: Gregg Kirk – the Healing Power of Gratitude

In this episode you will learn three main things:

  1. When to put antibiotics aside
  2. Why ‘symptom retracing,’ or experiencing the symptoms you had when you first got sick – could mean the treatment you are on is working
  3. How you need to stop asking ‘whats the best treatment’ and start asking ‘whats the best treatment for me?’

Guest Bio:

Gregg Kirk was sick with Lyme for 15 years. After not responding to Western medicine treatments he started exploring energy work and holistic health practices.

Since recovering from Lyme disease, he has focused his efforts on helping Lyme patients through organizations he has founded including Ticked Off Music Fest, Ticked Off Foundation non-profit patient fund, Lyme Recovery Clinic, and www.lymeknowledge.com.

Contact Info:

Gregg Kirk
www.greggkirk.com
www.lymeknowledge.com

Book Info:

 Not simply a memoir of one person’s conquest over a life-threatening affliction, the book focuses on the attitudes and hidden lessons that changed the trajectory of the author’s life for the better. Shining a spotlight on the pandemic of Lyme disease, Kirk dives into the unsettling details of his own symptoms, varied treatments (both failed and successful), and knowledge gained from his experiences.

The book makes a dramatic departure from the expected focus on physical treatments to the uncharted realms of spirituality and mystical healing and their very real impact on patients of chronic diseases. healing miracles but those he witnessed of patients deemed terminal by their doctors and literally given up for dead.

2 comments on “#241: Gregg Kirk – the Healing Power of Gratitude

  1. Gregg Kirk says:

    Thanks for the great interview and discussion! Here is the blog I mentioned I’d be posting on the podcast… “Why We Need to Stop Treating Lyme Disease Like a Typical Infectious Disease.” https://www.lymeknowledge.com/why-we-need-to-stop-treating-lyme-disease-like-a-typical-infectious-disease/

    1. lymeninja says:

      Awesome, Gregg. Thanks for following up with that and thanks for all you do for the Lyme community.

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