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  1. This may be silly but I think you’ve just saved my life. No more stress for me I need to think of myself first. Thank you for your information and positive post. Thank you!

    • Dear Sarah,
      Yaaaaay, I am so happy for your insight: you first! Hope it helps you release all the stress!
      Good luck,
      Mireille Mettes

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    • Dear Yanira,
      For the MIR-Method I use a different strategy. I do not like to be found through Google by people who are not looking for self healing. The way the MIR-Method spreads is by word of mouth. People send each other the name and the links. But thank you for wanting to help us here!
      Mireille Mettes

  3. Dear Mireille,
    Thank you so much for gifting all of us with what you have learned with the MIR-Method. I am using it and plan to pass it along to any family and friends interested. With gratitude, Sharon

    • Dear Sharon,
      Thank you for your kind words! I hope the MIR-Method brings you and your family good health!
      Greetings! Mireille Mettes

  4. Dear Mam
    Can we do MIR method on mentally weak person. Can we do this on other like small children or a bed ridden patient. Can it be done surrogately for some one who is not present with us.Mam please reply.

    • Dear Archana,
      Thank you for your questions. Yes, you can use the method on mentally weak persons, but you have to ask permission from family and the people who take care of the person. There may be extra physical reactions that need to be dealt with, such as extra defaecation. You need to consider that first.
      Yes, you can safely use it on children. If the children has parents, it is recommended that the parents do it to, but only if they feel like doing it.
      Yes, you can use it on bed ridden patients, but here you also need to consider that extra care may be needed in the first weeks.
      For surrogate use, please read question 5 at the Questions page.
      Greetings and good luck!
      Mireille Mettes

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