Recipe for holding onto a busy life: keeping balls in the air. Throw them high enough so you have enough time to keep the other balls in the air. Keep arms, back and shoulders in the same position. Make quick movements, use ultimate concentration and keep those balls from falling. Be flexible for balls that get slightly off course and, oh yeah, most especially, use a lot of balls at the same time. In addition, keep a tight rein on everything. As though you were trying to lead 10 horses at the same time. And preferably while wearing a backpack with baggage from your entire past and the 50 lives before that. That’s what ‘holding onto’ things looks like.
We waste a lot of energy with our attempts to keep everything as it should be and keeping things under control. Our bodies are empty from it and our brains full. If you use the MIR-Method, you let go. Fewer plates to keep in the air. You stop the extra projects, leave the board or don’t babysit the (grand)children as often. Besides this, the backpack empties. Old junk is deleted. Painful memories soften and don’t take up as much room inside. Lastly, you let go of the reins. Some reins were already a part of one-way traffic and you were the only one really working them. You can gently and lovingly loosen some reins so the contact slowly becomes more balanced.
What does letting go look like?
Lovingly loosening the reins leads to saying goodbye. From tasks, from people, from possessions. People’s drain is plugged, causing the water to rise until it overwhelms them. Pull the plug, let the dirty water drain away. That feels good!
Say goodbye to stuff: throw things away. Walk through your house and look for things that make you feel uncomfortable. You have a choice: either you erase the unpleasant feeling (MIR-Method), or you throw it away! The painting from your aunt who you didn’t visit often enough when she was still alive. The toys your grown children liked to play with so much. The books you were planning to read some day. The thrift shop is happy with these things!
Spaces where rubbish accumulates, another thing. The spot in your house where you’ve just got too much. The attic, the storeroom, the shed or underneath the eaves of your appartment. If you do the MIR-Method, you’ll get an eye for it and want to get rid of it. And what if these filled-up spaces are a symbol of your own upper room (mind)? That also starts to feel roomier and emptier! A neat house is a neat mind!
How does the MIR-Method make you let go?
Manifestation-power is one of the new energies you’ll feel when you do the MIR-Method. Your backbone becomes strong and you start to take steps. Step 4 “Clear meridians” and step 8 “Optimize Chakras and Aura” play the leading role in this.
Step 1 “Optimize acidity”. When your body has the correct acidity, it can get rid of waste products.
Step 2 “Detox all toxicity”. Not only waste products will be disposed of, but toxic relationships, toxic thoughts and old emotions as well that are still functioning as sand in your motor.
Step 3 “Detach father. Detach mother”. You let go of everyone who is still preventing you from taking steps. You don’t use your energy any more in contacts that are not reciprocal. Mothers let go of their adult children.
Step 4 “Clear meridians”. The bladder meridian is involved in making decisions and insecurity. Once your bladder meridian is flowing again, you can make stronger decisions and strengthen your backbone; you stand behind your decisions. Your self-confidence grows because you let go of your insecurity.
Step 5 “Supplement all shortages”. By supplementing nutritional shortages, you’ll renew your energy. You need that to straighten things up and get rid of things!
Step 6 “Balance hormone system”. The hormone system has a direct link to “motherhood” and “taking care of”. By restoring the balance of your hormone system, you’ll find more balance between “taking care of others” and “taking care of yourself”.
Step 7 “Fulfill basic needs”. “Room” is one of our basic needs. Our own space. An overview. Your things in the correct place. When you do step 7, you strengthen your need for Room. We’re talking about actual space to move around in: you become more aware, for example, that there are boxes in your pantry and work through them, so you literally have more space to move around in.
Step 8 “Optimize Chakras and Aura”. Your aura becomes stronger, allowing fewer people into your energy. Your chakras become stronger; especially chakra 3, which stands for your will and literally taking steps. It becomes easier to make something, to be creative.
Step 9 “Clarify mission”. You let go of what doesn’t fit your mission any more. People, work, convictions. You attract what belongs to your mission: new people, different work, new thoughts and convictions.
I wish you much pleasure letting go, straightening up and throwing away!
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