Deep inside, we all know exactly what we want. We know exactly what we like and what we want to do. We know what is good for us and what isn’t. We know which people are good for us and which aren’t; which advice we should follow and which we shouldn’t. We know what our bodies need and what not. We know how we want to be touched and how not. The only thing we need to do is to take that knowledge seriously. This knowledge is in our heart, which, according to the Chinese, is our real brain. Be quiet for a moment, have contact with what you know and listen: “Heart, what do you want to tell me?” and then listen…shhh…
Mirror: what you say is what you yourself want!
The funny thing is that what you always advise others to do is exactly what you would like to be doing. “Don’t bite off more than you can chew”, “Ask someone to help you”, “Don’t think about it so much, just do it”. I often told the clients in my practice, “Do what your heart is telling you to do!” and it wasn’t until later that I realized that I was also talking to myself!
And when you do what your heart is telling you to do, everything becomes easier! I closed my practice after the MIR-Method was developed. It was a huge decision, but because I followed my heart at that moment, it was a very small step to take!
Following your heart requires little courage
When you are in contact with your deepest desire, you can make the right decisions and you don’t even have to find the courage to do so! You only have to do it and then stand firm. People around you will get upset and say all kinds of things to you. All you have to do is to stand firm and repeat to yourself what you want.
Your heart and the MIR-Method
The MIR-Method helps you to continually listen better to your heart because it peels away layer after layer of the burden taxing your heart. Note: you have to always do all 9 steps!
With step 3: “Detach father. Detach mother” you detach yourself from the example your parents gave you and from the opinions and advice of other men and women.
With step 4: “Clear meridians” you work on your heart meridian. According to Chinese medicine, this meridian becomes blocked when you are hurt, when someone tramples on you in some way or when you have a broken heart. By allowing this heart meridian to flow again, you shake off these old hurts and your heart can open up again, not afraid of possibly being hurt again.
With step 8: “Optimize Chakras and Aura”, you optimize the heart chakra. This chakra (energy wheel) can become disturbed in the same way as the heart meridian. It’s often old memories that cause you not to open up your heart and you don’t dare to listen to it anymore.
Ignoring your heart will make you sick
Not being able to listen to your heart is, in my opinion, one of the biggest causes of depression, burnout, addictions, fears, stomach problems and heart problems. Your heart is very important to your health and sense of well-being, and it is fantastic when you release it!
Now I am curious: If you ask your heart: “What do you desire?”, what does it tell you? Let me know below!
Wishing you good luck and a free heart!
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