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61. People are Inspirers: Are You Already Crazy Enough? — 8 Comments

  1. This article made me crack up!! I’m crazy enough to want to go to a school to learn more about energy healing and all of the different modalities involved with that because I can’t wait to be of service…it’s a calling like no other. Yet I sit at home fearful of applying myself, scared to go to that school. You almost just have to say I’M DOING IT!! And quite frankly I feel crazy…thousands of questions and concerns that can be analyzed to futility.

    At what point do you just have to take that leap of faith and go in the direction of your dreams no matter what! With that said…you feel crazy taking that first step. But then how many people truly follow their dreams and passion? Which is why when I read what the ‘top five things the elderly say when they pass’…the number one thing is…regret…regret that they didn’t love a life true to themselves. So maybe we are crazy…but crazy in the best possible way!!

    • Dear Sophia,
      And so it is! The people is desperate for energy healers! So, on behalf of thousands of people: please apply!!
      Love, Mireille Mettes

  2. Hi Mireille, Yes recently I have found myself giving advice to clients when normally I keep my opinions to myself as I don’t usually feel as though I know enough to give advice. I had wondered why this change in me had happened.

    Best wishes Louise

    • Dear Louise,
      That is great news! I am happy for you that you ‘found your voice’! Hope this habit will stick for a long time!
      Good luck!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  3. Ms. Mettes,
    Coming from an educational background and teaching school your message really hit home with me. We must never take for granted the power of our words. I taught almost 40 years and mostly in kindergarten and lower elementary. One day a student graduating from high school came back to the classroom to thank me for ‘making a difference’ in his life. Then he proceeded to tell me things I had said to him about his school work and to him–12 years before! You think they do not listen, but they do! Wow. What a memory and what an impact! I had no idea. We have to be wary of our words, their weight is very heavy. Often I would tell children, ‘You are gold!’ I am aware many children do not have someone to listen to them, or talk with them. I think children from an early age need to learn the golden rule: treat others the way you want to be treated. Then ‘model’ the behavior for them in everything we do. Words are powerful, but so is your own personal example. We must be diligent. You are spot on in your MIR-Method. Thank you. I tell all who listen.

    • Dear Nancy,
      Your words are quite touching! You have experienced the power of those little sentences you say that can make a huge impact! Thank you for having done that with all these children! And yes, modeling is the other one. And we can always do it over again, every day new chances to inspire someone!
      Thank you for embracing the MIR-Method and for sharing it!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  4. Yes !
    I notice that I’ve the courage to give my opinion more ofthen !!!!
    I’m very fine !
    Thank you very much best Mireille ❤️
    I share this article immediately !

    • Dear Martine,
      Thank you for sharing the article with others! I wish I could make such a beautiful heart that you make! ♥
      I am very glad it is easier for you to give your opinion! That is a reflection of what is changing inside of you and it is very good news!
      Good luck!
      Mireille Mettes

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