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51. Gratitude is Not Always Natural — 6 Comments

  1. I just want to say thank you for your method, I did it for two months even thou I do not know if it worked on me but I i think it helped. and thank you for all your advice.

    Thank You 1,000 times

    • Dear Cris,
      Thank you for giving the MIR-Method a try. Please remember that if ever you get health issues again, you can pick it up.
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  2. Thank you Mireille, for this beautiful post.

    Recently I come to meet a new friend, we had lunch yesterday. We talked and discovered many things, we had same interests. We talked about dr Emoto and his wonderful ice-crystals, and about EZ-water that Prof. Pollack tells about.
    We live in a wonderful world.

    Love and Gratitude, is so important. Thank You, Rolf

    • Dear Rolf,
      That must have been an awesome meeting! I am happy for you both!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  3. Mireille,
    What a wonderful article! Being full of thankfulness! Even the very worst can be something to be thankful for as it helps us to become stronger and realize what it means to just have simple and normal. Appreciation of the very air we breath and the sound of a bird, or a breeze can bring joy and comfort. Seeing loved ones, hugging a child, or petting a dog…the very best in life. Worshipping our Heavenly Father without fear♥️

  4. bonjour
    après la liste de 9 méthode MIR ,j’arrête de me caresser la main, et j’ajoute ‘merci,merci,merci,je nous aime’

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