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166. Five Causes of Vague Shoulder Pain — 9 Comments

    • Dear Jane,
      In theory it could help a body to get rid of the gallstones, although that may be a painful process, so please keep in touch with your physician as well.
      Wishing you good health!
      With love,

    • Thank you so much, sending me this article about shoulder problem. I have got it and has been there for a while, can’t wait to try the MIR-Method. Namaste.

  1. Yes!! I have horrible shoulder and neck pain. It has to do with my gallbladder meridian. Lote of digestive and gallbladder issues. When my digestion is ok, the shoulder pain is gone.
    I should work again on clearing my meridians!
    Thanks for reminding me.

    • Dear Ana,
      Am so happy you recognize it! Wish you a good meridian clearing!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

    • Dear Kim,
      I wish you all the best! Let me know in a few months how you are doing!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  2. Thank you for this wonderful article, Mireille! Although I do not have shoulder pain, I am currently experiencing piriformis/sciatica problems–literally a pain in the butt! I will apply the method you described and let you know how it works out.

    • Dear Irene,
      Well, thank you for your willingness to give it a try! Please keep in mind that problems with tendons, muscles or maybe skeletal bones may take a few months to fully relax and renew their cells. So give the MIR-Method enough time to help you with the healing. Am very grateful you are open to this!
      Good luck and yes, let me know how you’re doing!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

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