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159. Are You Afraid of Expressing Your Anger? — 4 Comments

  1. Dear Mireille,

    I have been using the MIR method everyday for about 4 months and don’t plan to stop. I’ve been hearing for years that I should learn to “parent” myself to make up for childhood emotional losses and I always resisted this idea. I feel I have a right to want to have my needs met even if some of this stems from childhood and I can not go back to these formative years.

    When I started using the MIR method I immediately realized that this is a form of self-parenting or caring for myself that I can do for myself rather than going outside myself for comforting and love such as with acupuncture, massage, etc. So, when I began seeing changes in my life I was thrilled that I have this tool to use whereever I go. As a child of much unpredictability in my past, this is one routine that helps ground me morning and evening, more so than brushing my teeth although done around the same time.

    Thank you for this deepening tool into my inner self and inner resources that I knew I always had. Your method is yet another way to feel that “unity” that you said was your mission. I feel more connected with my emotions, my bodily sensations, my right to be here, and my love for humanity as I practice your method.

    Alison

    • Dear Alison,
      How wonderful how you -spot on- describe what I intended for anyone. So glad you embraced the MIR-Method and can see it is a tool for life! Am very happy it helps you to fulfill all that you missed out as a child, so you can heal yourself, totally independant from others. Great!
      Happy for you!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  2. I never was good at expressing my anger getting a bit better at it the older I get as leant if one represses anger and other feelings of resentment they build up and once in a while explode usually over something minor and than over reacts which is sometimes worse than just getting angry, I have also found the reaction from others to normal anger is never as bad as one thinks it will be. so the MIR-Method is good probably thinking of the situation that makes you angry while doing the MIR-Method works in similar way to EFT and combining with EFT is probably even more effective. I’ll give it try and let you know.

    • Dear Pamela,
      Hope you will find some lovely anger in you! Beneath that anger is something your heart really wants to express. I am curious what it is!
      Good luck!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

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