Shyness is something we are all familiar with. You want to say something, but you are afraid and keep quiet or walk away. The fear of being laughed at or rejected is too big. It can have a paralyzing effect on you and cause you to become isolated. It’s especially bothersome if you also blush. Then it becomes obvious to others that you feel embarrassed or uncomfortable.
Shyness and social isolation
People who are shy get in a vicious circle. That means that the stronger your shyness becomes, the more you isolate yourself and the circle of people around you becomes smaller and smaller. Sometimes people even develop a social phobia, agoraphobia, and are afraid to leave their house.
Christine from Belgium, who did the MIR-Method, slowly felt herself becoming free from this phobia and had the courage to leave her house:
“The intense sorrow is gone and I can now be among people again (I had agoraphobia).”
Singles lost their openness
Single people who would like to have a partner are afraid to speak to someone after the umpteenth rejection. The freedom to start a conversation has been lost, little by little. Each time you bumped your head, another bit of glue shuts your mouth further. The freedom to open your mouth was lost a little more by the glue holding your lips together.
Stickers on your mouth
Being on the receiving end of unpleasant commentary is like getting stickers on your mouth. Each time someone says something hurtful, another sticker is added: “Oh, blabbermouth wants to add something”. Or, “You can only open your mouth if you’ve got something valuable to say”. It can also be non-verbal: whenever adults came to visit, you were sent upstairs; you weren’t allowed to join the conversation. Maybe in the schoolyard, small but intense scenes were acted out that gave you the feeling that you acted dumbly and were punished. Exclusion is the harshest punishment of all. Children can be really tough towards one another.
You are your own worst problem
You are actually maintaining your shyness yourself. You keep remembering all those scenes and make them bigger than they actually were. All those memories come back as soon as you want to crawl out of your shell. Before you have even taken one step, you are holding yourself back with those inhibitory thoughts: “What if he doesn’t like me?” “What if she laughs at me?” “What if I start to stutter?” “What if I blush?” “They will think that I…” The truth is that people don’t think that much and are mostly worried about themselves! People give you chance after chance and react to you. If you take the first step with fear and feelings of inferiority, then that is what people will react to. If you self-confidentially take the first step then people with react to that.
With the MIR-Method you remove the stickers
All those moments, all those hurts, nasty words and experiences that caused you to crawl into your shell, are peeled off, little by little. By doing the MIR-Method, you take one sticker after another from your mouth and you will once again feel free and uninhibited. You start to move again with your body, your heart and your mouth. The secret is in all of the steps!
Step 1: Optimize acidity causes many chemical processes in your body to function properly again, including muscle tone. The feeling that your muscles are becoming stronger supports your feeling of self-confidence. You stand up straighter and also feel stronger.
Step 2: Detox all toxicity. Getting rid of toxic waste products is not the only thing that happens with this step. It’s about “baggage” and if that includes “toxic thoughts”, then they will also be disposed of. That means that you will slowly have nicer, more positive thoughts that support you.
Step 3: Detach father. Detach mother. It should be clear that when you free yourself from your father and mother’s systems, you will feel freer and be more aware of your own strength.
Step 4: Clear meridians. Blushing is something that many people experience and which is caused by, among other things, a blocked liver meridian. With step 4, you let the meridian flow again. A blocked liver meridian causes a negative self-image and you get embarrassed quickly and blush easily. Your embarrassment can be something physical! and is therefore, curable.
Step 5: Supplement all shortages. Nutrient shortages can make you feel weak internally, which will make you more likely to experience negative thoughts. Examples of this are lithium, which is often prescribed by psychiatrists. A shortage of serotonin or oxytocin can also worsen your shyness.
Step 6: Balance hormone system. Various organs and glands of the hormone system influence your feeling of self-confidence. The pancreas is one example. It can be found underneath your ribs and is about the size of a banana. If this gland becomes disturbed it will have an effect on your self-confidence.
Step 7: Fulfill basic needs. This is obvious: if you lack feelings of safety, certainty and self-confidence they will be fulfilled with step 7.
Step 8: Optimize Chakras and aura. Chakra 3 is especially important for your own strength, for manifesting it and showing it to other people. When you optimize this chakra, self-confidence will grow.
Step 9: Clarify mission. As it becomes clearer to you what your talents are and what you can contribute to the world, an enormous strength grows from within that will help you soar. In short, give yourself another chance each day and shake off your shyness!
How about you? Have you noticed that you have become less shy because of the MIR-Method? Let me know below.
Wishing that you will once again become as uninhibited as a child!
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