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18. Being Called Names Does/Doesn’t* Hurt — 9 Comments

  1. Dear Mireille … I just read your article about hurtful words, and your suggestion for removing the sting from those words sounds very good, and I will try it. However, there are two components to dealing with hurtful words, and maybe there are other readers who will have the same components.
    Yes, I know that the names I was called are not true and that I am not that person at all. Your technique will help with that part. Here’s the other part — how does one deal with the fact that the loved one who called me those awful names really believes those untrue and terrible things about me and always will?

    • Dear Patti,
      Wonderful question! What you mention is absolutely painful. The lucky part is that the MIR-Method slowly deals with this pain in step 3 when it helps you to detach father and detach mother. You then also detach any other man or woman that is sending you such a strong negative message up to the point that their words can not come inside you any more. This is when you start to feel totally free!
      Good luck and thanks for asking!
      Mireille Mettes

      • Thanks so much for your reply, Mireille. Is there a way to make myself stop caring what this loved family member thinks of me? Is that Step 3? I really care what this beloved person thinks, and I can do nothing about it because it will never change. So, is Step 3 the key to not only taking the sting out of the words, but also the pain of knowing that this person will ALWAYS see me in the light of her ugly words. How do I not care about that?

        • Dear Patti,
          Your subconscious will find a way. It can be through detoxing the toxic words of this person (step 2). It can be through step 3. It can be through the chakras and aura, because when they get stronger the words don’t hit you as strong anymore. It can also be, step 9, that your mission regarding this person changes, which means you won’t be so often in contact with her, so you spare yourself the hurtful words. All you need to do is trust that your subconscious will heal this part and that you will be less fragile when it comes to her beliefs about you.
          Wishing you good luck and good strength!
          Mireille Mettes

    • Dear Mulard,
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      Greetings,
      Mireille Mettes

    • Dear A del,
      Thaaaaank you! You made me laugh out loud! I am a very tall woman and was in that time quite skinny. But yeah, even lamppost can look good. Ha ha haaaa!
      Greetings!
      Mireille Mettes

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