The 9 steps of the MIR-Method are a complete set together. All 9 steps work on everything that is important for your life. The last step is very important in this: “Clarify mission”. When I was testing this step in the MIR-Method, I was confused at first. Wasn’t I working on a method about health; what part did a “mission” play in this? And then it made sense. Oh wait, if I am supplemented, in balance again, then I’ve got new energy! And what am I going to do with all that new energy? It became clear to me: the MIR-Method is focused on my using my full energy, so that I can do exactly what I want to do in this life!
Clarify mission about your personal life
Clarifying your mission appears to have several lines. It’s not just about your working life, your carrier, but also about your personal life. What mission do you have there? Would you like to live with someone? Do you want to be the nicest mother in the world, the most inspirational father? Would you like to be a successful businesswoman as an example to your daughter? Or would you like to do good for other people, by bringing neighbors together or serving coffee to the elderly when they play cards? When do you have a private life that you love?
Clarify mission about your hobby
In that private life, something else is missing: your hobby. There are so many other people to take care of, diversions and duties that something as essential as a hobby often gets pushed aside. If you do the MIR-Method, with step 9, “Clarify mission”, you set all the lines of your life in motion. Including your work, your private life and your hobby! It’s possible that you “happen” to be invited to a club, your children drag you along to a riding school or your neighbor invites you for a creative evening. By doing the MIR-Method, you begin to open up to your inner need for a hobby and attract this kind of “coincidences” like a magnet.
You can only have a hobby when you have the inner peace for it. You can only open yourself up to a hobby when you allow yourself to relax.
Step 3, “Detach father. Detach mother”, helps with this. Parents are perfect examples of people who worked themselves to the bone and who often never allow themselves to relax. If you detach their example from your vision, you can find your inner peace more easily and relax. You can then enjoy a few guilt-free hours of being carefree and recharge yourself for the rest of the week. You should regard (re-)discovering a hobby as being a very good sign!
Hobby from your childhood
A pastime creates something within you. Being outside, taking in the smells of nature, says something about your bond with nature and creativity says something about your power to create. You can read your inner talents from what you liked to do as a child. Those pastimes can now reappear in another form when you do the MIR-Method. I hope that you recognize them and can embrace them! Already wishing you a lot of pleasure with your new or rediscovered hobby!
I am very curious to hear what has happened to you since doing the MIR-Method! What hobby has surfaced? How much of a “coincidence” was it? Write about it below!
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