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104. Do You Allow Yourself to Make Mistakes? — 13 Comments

  1. Hello Mireille
    An interesting definition I once heard.
    Q. What’s the definition of a perfectionist?
    A. A fault finder.
    Thanks for your postings.

  2. fijn om jouw schilderijen te zien Mireille. Oh wat vind ik de laatste die er op staat
    mooi !

  3. Hallo Mireille, mooi om een positief bericht te ontvangen wat betreft de ziekte van Ménière en de MIR-Methode. Mijn boek: ‘Ménière in balans’ is net uit. Ik noem de MIR-Methode ook als mogelijk hulpmiddel (Fase 2, blz 101)
    Wie weet krijgen we ook van andere Ménière patiënten te horen dat de MIR-Methode ook bij hen heeft geholpen. Ik hoor graag van je als dat het geval is. Mocht ik erover horen, laat ik het jou weten.

    • Beste Paula,
      Wat fantastisch dat je er een boek over hebt geschreven! Ik hoop dat het veel mensen met Ménière kan steunen, want het lijkt me verschrikkelijk om te hebben, omdat het je hele leven in de wachtkamer zet. Ben zo blij met het bericht uit Canada! Ja, ik zal het je doorgeven als we van meer mensen horen. En veel succes met je boek!
      Groetjes, Mireille

  4. Hi Mireille!! I am barely a week into practicing the MIR Method and I have to say that I am absolutely in love with it!! I’ve already stopped getting headaches from shampoo sensitivities and my scalp no longer hurts me. After only 2 days of practice!!!

    I have been quite the perfectionist in character, created by my parent’s constant judgements as a child I believe, and it’s so relieving to just relax and let myself be who I am without feeling the need to be perfect or that I am being judged. I am feeling the beginnings of a releasing of this pattern within me.

    I absolutely love how the changes are all so organic and subconscious. I don’t have to consciously TRY to change or heal myself by my thinking or actions. This in itself is such a great relief to me!!

    Thank you Mireille for so unselfishly sharing this technique that you have created and sharing with anyone in the world who cares to learn it. I am sharing it freely with all I know.

    Fondly, Kim

    • Dear Kim,
      Thank you for embracing the MIR-Method! I am really glad you feel it helps you in become more relaxed, being a perfectionist! Well, being a created perfectionist, like you say. And yes, there is no need for digging into your subconscious to find the causes. The subconscious already knows! I love this myself too about the MIR-Method. It is SO relaxed!
      Thank you for sharing it with others! And lots of good luck to you!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  5. I have Meniere’s Syndrome of the ear. The vertigo was a horribly occurring experience of several times per week with accompanying vomiting and malaise. I started doing the MIR-Method statements for four months and only had two occurrences of vertigo in a five month period. I ceased doing the MIR-Method statements after about a month, I started experiencing severe vertigo about twice weekly. I have started my MIR-Method statements again this week and have had no vertigo this week, only some light headedness. The MIR-Method works for me!

    • Dear Jean,
      That is really awesome news! I expect thousands of people with Meniere’s Syndrome will be SO happy to read this and give the MIR-Method a try as well. I am VERY glad for you and hope all the vertigo’s will stay away in the future. Just GREAT news! Am SO happy for you!
      Greetings, Mireille

  6. As always I’m grateful for your posting……great info to think about…I been using MIR-Method since 2/15/16….I believe it is helping me in ways I cant explain yet…….thanks

    • Dear Trent,
      Thank you for letting me know! It is great to write about the MIR-Method and teach people more about emotional and physical issues. And… it is even greater when people start using the MIR-Method like you AND feel results! Hope you will share some concrete results in a while. I am really curious! 🙂
      Greetings and good luck!
      Mireille Mettes

  7. Hello Mirelle,

    Thank you so much for freely sharing the MIR-Method so freely. I have benefited on many levels by intentionally stating these 9 healing statements.

    Its been a while since I did the practice of this method and this post particularly spoke to me as I have been a perfectionist my whole life.

    But starting this year I have been newly awakened to the fact that I am a fine artist. On New Years Day this year I painted a picture of the Northern Lights in Norway. My art inspires me and puts me in a zone of bliss that lifts my vibration.

    I still see all the imperfections of my art , but no longer do I care whether its perfect or not. I am having too much fun just being creative. Thank you . In Joy, Cheri Lynn

    • Dear Cheri,
      That’s SO wonderful! I love to paint myself and relate with you about not having to perfect, but enjoy doing it intensely. Great that you have freed yourself from your perfectionism! Wow, the northern lights… I am really curious to see your painting. Can I? You can find mine here: http://www.mireillemettes.nl Sorry to say the website is all in Dutch.
      Greetings! Mireille Mettes

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