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  1. Dear Mireille!

    My father and his parents died of cancer at younger age.Im afraid that it is hereditary.
    I live in fears that i will die young and because of it Im afraid of marriage and having kids.
    Is it possible that the MIR-Method could break the hereditary tie?

    Lili

    • Dear Lili,
      Yes, I completely understand your fear! The MIR-Method can really help you with this. First of all it will help you to let go of that fear and start to live your life. The sadness of missing out on a marriage and children is far greater than your fear of cancer. Second: it is really questionable whether cancer is hereditary. New science has proven that the causes of cancer are not hereditary. If you want to study, start at Bruce Lipton or Gregg Braden. Let me know if you need more. And… science is very forward in healing methods, so in a few year’s time they will discover new ways of treatment. Please let go of your fears and have a use the MIR-Method to help you do that.
      Good luck!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  2. Do we need to specify any specific issue before starting the MIR Method or just start off generally to heal many issues at a time?

    • Dear CS,
      If you can be patient about your healing, I prefer people to only do all 9 steps. If you put an extra step before the nine steps, you make your subconscious work on your wish, which may not necessarily be the best for you as a whole.
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  3. My father is staying about 50km away from me and he has been detected of parkinsons problem from past 3 yrs. He is 84 yrs. I cant stay with him but want to help him so I am doing MIR from distance only. But he is not getting any benefit out of it. Please mam tell me how to do it so that his problem is relieved.

    • Dear Archana,
      Did you ask your father for permission to treat him with the MIR-Method? If so, just continu doing it, because it takes several months before you may notice any progress. Hope to hear from you how he is doing!
      Greetings, Mireille

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