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  1. My secret is from childhood, pre-teen years when I was victimized by an older brother. I had to defend myself numerous times. Years later, I confronted him, who said he didn’t remember this abuse. After a lot of therapy and self-help, I think I’ve come through this fairly well. I have never spoken of this to my family. Had this never happened, I’m sure I would be a different person. I don’t know why this happened, but it did. I’ve moved on to become stronger and more confident. I’ve done the MIR method for several months. Do you have further recommendations? I appreciate the MIR tips.

    • Dear Barclay,
      Am very sorry to hear what happened to you. Very often the cause is that your energy is very light and somehow evokes longing to be with that light, as close as possible. Or the opposite: to dim your light.
      Am glad you sought therapy. Well done! You could use some consultations with a MIR-Method coach if you are open to that. She could find out if there are any remnants to these experiences.
      Wishing you all the softness in the world!
      Greetings, Mireille

  2. But how do you apply it? Must Add sentence after the steps relating to the secret? Must I said I free my self of ….secret…?

    • Dear Almudena,
      Just by doing the 9 steps, you already work on accepting or releasing the secret. If you want to make it go quicker, you can add an extra step before the 9 steps. You can read about it in this article: “Adding Your Own Step to the MIR-Method.” You can say sentences like ‘reveal secret’ or ‘accept secret’, depending on if you have an ‘I-secret’ or a ‘You-secret’.
      Good luck!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

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