74. How To Treat Animals with the MIR-Method
Treat animals with the MIR-Method? Is that possible? Yes, it surely is! I’ve never given it much publicity, but many people do the MIR-Method with their animals. Dogs, cats, reptiles, birds, horses, cows and more. It has already produced some remarkable results and it shows once again that the MIR-Method works. Animals can’t pretend.
How do you treat the MIR-Method with animals?
It’s very easy. It’s just like with humans. You pet the animal just as you always do and while petting the animal, say the 9 steps. Your animal feels immediately that it is working because animals are so sensitive.
Announce the treatment
I think it is very important to first tell your pet that you will be doing the MIR-Method because sometimes humans overwhelm their pets and they will startle. It may sound a little excessive but it’s very important to show respect to your pet, even with this. You wouldn’t appreciate it if someone just started doing the MIR-Method with you either. Just approach your animal and say: “I want to do the MIR-Method with you, okay?”
Results with animals
On the website you can find many success stories with animals. You can find them here. What I always find remarkable is when pets throw up. Not pleasant, of course, but it is a clear reaction to the MIR-Method. And very often things come out with throwing up, such as plastic or rubber. That’s been in the animal’s stomach all this time and explains why it didn’t eat as well or wasn’t as fit as usual.
|Merian wrote: Our dog Luca had the tendency as a puppy to chew on everything. In this way, pieces of his rubber toys disappeared. When he started having problems with his excrement, I started doing the MIR-Method with him. After just one day he started to throw up and what came out? Yup, pieces of rubber that he had eaten months ago! After that, he had some diarrhea and he was completely fit again. Now I treat him regularly. He asks for it himself. He lays his paw on my leg and then I start to pet him. We now have a cheerful and healthy dog, thanks to the MIR-Method!|
What about shelter animals?
Animals that are shelter animals have usually had traumatic experiences. Moreover, the transition from the shelter to a new home can be very stressful. I’ve received various reports from people that the transition from the shelter to the new home went well because they immediately started treating their pets with the MIR-Method. The animals lose their fears and feel internal security again. Many animals exhibit pleasant behavior this way. I once wrote to an animal shelter with the request if I could treat all of the animals, free of charge, but it wasn’t open to this at that point. Who knows, maybe one day? It would be a great solution for many animals!
What if your pet doesn’t want to be treated?
When you tell your pet that you want to do the MIR-Method, it may just walk away. There are various explanations for this.
1. The first is that your animal doesn’t feel the need for the MIR-Method. It’s that simple. Maybe your pet needs healing but not in this manner. Maybe a visit to the vet is better.
2. It’s possible that your pet is showing you that it doesn’t need treatment, but that YOU do. In that case your pet will refuse to cooperate. Pets mirror the people who are with them. Pets’ problems often take care of themselves when the people around them work on themselves. So in that case, do the MIR-Method with yourself and your pet will heal.
How long do you continue doing the MIR-Method?
The period of treatment with the MIR-Method is often shorter with animals. You do it four weeks long, twice a day. If the problems continue with your pet, you do it longer than four weeks. You shouldn’t be surprised, however, if your pet has had enough after two weeks! Then enough has been put into motion that your pet can take care of it itself. Animals don’t have any preconceived notions or conscious thinking that getsin the way. That’s why the MIR-Method works more quickly and efficiently with animals.
Please tell me what happened with your animal when you did the MIR-Method with it. You can write about it below. Thank you very much!!
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My wish for you is that your pet may greatly benefit from the MIR-Method and that you enjoy your pet even more!
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Hi I have used your method with myself.
Then started to do Steps 5 & 7 ( I repeated it 3× then another 3×
if they still wanted it)
With my rehomed aging cat & rescue dog ( it spontaneously began when they would both come in while I was on the loo ) They both would stand there for while I stroked them saying it aloud in a calm tone. I believe it had a major influence in their health & anxiety issues.
Thank you so much for sharing this. I tell people all the time.
Mireille, I have benn doing the MIR method for about three weeks. I know you say don’t use it on animals until you have been doing it for yourself for four weeks, but we have a cat here that is very distressed. She is and is not ours, too long explanation, but I would love to try and help her. Would this be a good idea now?
You DO need the permission of the real cat’s owners before you can start. If they agree you can do the MIR-Method. You then need to do it with the cat and straight after that you need to do the 9 steps with yourself.
Greetings, Mireille Mettes