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164. Crossing Your Arms: What Does It Mean? — 4 Comments

  1. This piece could not have come at a more perfect time for me! I was talking to someone the other day and caught myself with crossed arms and thought it was odd, since I didn’t feel at all closed off or in opposition to the other person. I didn’t want to seem distant so I uncrossed them, and minutes later noticed I was doing it again!! This piece explains a lot…I’ve never heard this interpretation anywhere else. Thank you!! (I’ve been using the MIR Method and it is making significant change in my life, I very much appreciate you putting it out there.)

    • Dear Lisa,
      How wonderful that you embraced the MIR-Method! And yes, I love to unfold why we do things as humans. It makes our lives so much more pleasant! Keep on protecting yourself!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  2. I get so many emails & yours is one of the few I actually read & I read it first. It never disappoints. Thank you with all my heart! Gratitude & hugs to you Mireille!!!

    • Dear Summer,
      That is an awesome compliment, thank you! I try to keep the information as real as possible, coming from my own observations in every day life. Will keep on going!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

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