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130. But I Don’t Want to Detach Myself From My Father! — 4 Comments

  1. I’m wondering if all this intellectualizing is just …. It’s a fun thing to conjure up, Mireille, but it’s all about time for yourself, meditation and self connection, not your body operating on commands. It couldon’t possibly.

    Plus it’s sad going your own way. You eventually go a way toward what and who? It makes no sense to detach and be alone.

    • Dear Ariel,
      When you dig into the MIR-Method a little deeper you will find out it is not about commanding your body, but your subconscious. It is not really commanding, but firmly asking your subconscious to change its ways. In the way that is best for you, your body and your life’s path. The MIR-Method was created in my practice with my clients. With a series of coincidences… I never expected to create a method, but it somehow created itseld. Then is was just a matter of setting it free to the world and hoping people will want to give it a try. And yes, I totally agree with you on that ‘It is all about time for yourself and self connection.’ That is what is experienced through stroking your own hand and staying close to yourself. Besides that, it is not about detaching and being alone. It is about detaching and letting other people develop themselves without being interfered to much by others. It usually makes relationships better!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  2. Good article !! I had not thought about my father for a long time. He has been gone for almost two decades. He did his best to be a good father but had many health problems due to stress from life in the third dimension.

    • Dear Donald,
      Yes, and being able to see that is quite courageous! I am glad the way you can handle it.
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

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