If you take a look at the “Frequently Asked Questions” section, it says that it is not necessary to add a step to the MIR-Method. Everything is already incorporated into it that is necessary for self-healing. This is so and I stand by it. On the other hand, it can be nice if you can make the MIR-Method more personal and bring it in tune with your wishes. Sometimes you have different health problems that you would like to resolve. An allergy might be less important for you than fungal nails because you’ve got the allergy under control but would like to get rid of the fungal nails since the summer is coming. Or, you have a lot of problems with warts on your fingers but sleep fairly well.
Your subconscious decides
If you do the 9 steps, your subconscious decides what it needs to work on. It chooses the way of resolving the root cause of your problems. This path can take longer than you like because it takes time to deal with the root cause. It’s possible that your subconscious is hard at work with your body to do something about your high blood pressure, while you want to get rid of the menstrual pain or the pain in your hip, because this is bothering you more. Let your subconscious follow its course with the 9 steps and let it decide in which order it deals with the causes, and therefore, the order in which your problems are resolved. It’s possible that you run out of patience when your wish has not yet been fulfilled.
You can let your subconscious decide
If you would like to have more influence on your healing process, you can add a step to the MIR-Method. You make your own sentence that you add as step 0, the very first step. By doing this, you ask your subconscious to give priority to the problem you would like to have taken care of first.
How do you formulate such a step?
The important thing is that you formulate such a sentence correctly. You do that by:
– Formulating a clear instruction,
– Keeping the instruction very short, and
– Avoiding the use of the word “not”.
Scientific research has proven that our subconscious reacts best to clear and explicit instructions, not vague requests. And you have to keep it short and simple because your subconscious has the communication level of a 5 or 6 year-old child. I learned about this during my course of study to become an NLP trainer (Neuro-linguistic Programming).
How should I and how shouldn’t I formulate instructions?
Not: “I’d like to sleep well” but “Optimize sleep” or “Improve sleep”.
Not: “Would you please get my intestines in order again?” but “Improve intestinal function” or “Remove flatulence”.
Not: “Not be afraid of my mother anymore” but “Let go of fear for mother”.
The fun thing is that you are free to choose words, so run with it and give yourself a step 0 to stimulate your own healing process.
Customizing the MIR-Method
MIR-Method coaches, who I have trained, work with adding steps to the MIR-Method. Using the support of muscle tests they test which sentences/steps are necessary to promote your self-healing as precisely as possible. They can also discover that something is blocking your self-healing and work directly on this. I call such a blockage an S.E.G., or Significant Emotional Event. It is an event that happened and which shook you up greatly. It has caused you much anger, grief or fear and is hindering your healing. The MIR-Method coach can test to find out exactly which emotions have developed because of the S.E.G. and formed a blockage. And… you then receive specific steps to help resolve the blockage more quickly. The good thing about this is that you don’t have to go back and relive the old event. No, that even works adversely! With a few details, you can deal with the S.E.G. and erase it. Gone!
Do 1 step per week
If you’d like to give your healing process some direction, you can add a step 0. Don’t add more than 1 step because you need to continue to see that all the instructions for healing are already contained in the 9 steps. You choose 1 step extra and add it before doing the other 9 steps. You repeat this instruction for at least 1 week. If you then want to work on another complaint, you can think up a new step. Always keep it to a maximum of 1 extra step per week. My advice is to continue repeating the step until the problem has really improved and don’t change steps too often.
If you are addicted to something, you can make a step 0, such as “Detach smoking addiction”. Please watch the video I made about stopping smoking, “Overcome Your Addiction with the MIR-Method” (3rd video from the top).
And how about you? Have you experimented with an extra step? What did you think about it? I’d love to hear about it from you. Please write about it below. Thank you!
My wish is that you can take your self-healing into your own hands!
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