Would you like to stop smoking, but can’t? Or, have you quit before, but keep starting up again? Then you could try the MIR-Method. To stop smoking demands a lot of you and causes you to place yourself in a dilemma. Your head wants to stop, but you are still emotionally dependant upon it. There are a few positive reasons for continuing to smoke. I wrote about this before in article number 9 ‘Seven Loving Reasons You Haven’t Stopped Smoking’. It explains why you start again after you quit. You haven’t dealt yet with the underlying causes of it.
Quitting smoking doesn’t mean gaining weight!
A big advantage when you stop smoking is that your sense of taste returns. Everything begins to smell and taste better! That makes it quite a challenge not to eat more, resulting in weight gain. In addition, emotions play a role. If you stop smoking but haven’t dealt with your underlying emotions, then the need to numb those feelings remains. There’s a large chance you’ll reach for something else: food. And then you have to be careful not to gain weight.
Annie: ‘I stopped smoking; I’m so happy that I would recommend it to anyone. I did the MIR-Method for a good 4 months. I’m also sleeping better and aches and pains are gone.’
Don’t stop yet!
If you want to use the MIR-Method to help you stop smoking, don’t stop yet but just keep on smoking. It’s the same advice Allen Carr once gave in his book,
‘The Easy Way to Stop Smoking’. Only stop after you’ve read the whole book. I think it’s funny that he has written a book especially for women, ‘Allen Carr’s Easy Way For Women to Stop Smoking’. But my advice is serious. Don’t stop by sheer willpower but allow the MIR-Method help you to get rid of the underlying addiction and old emotions. Not until they are completely out of your system can you stop but, in addition, you won’t develop another addiction to take its place!
The MIR-Method and addiction
In the video ‘Overcoming Your Addiction with the MIR-Method’, you can see how the MIR-Method works with addiction.
1. You admit that you are addicted. You do this by adding a step to the MIR-Method. Before doing the 9 steps, you stroke, ‘Detach smoking addiction’, 3 times. You then follow with the normal 9 steps. By doing this, you are admitting that you are addicted. This is important in order to be able to let go of your addiction. In the video, I only say, ‘Smoking addiction’. That also works, but I later noticed that people prefer adding ‘detach’ to it so that you really have the feeling that you are actively detaching yourself from your addiction.
2. Detox the chemicals that help to maintain the addiction. During the past few years, an increasing number of chemicals have been added to create a stronger addiction. According to the manufacturer of Philip Morris cigarettes, there are more than 7000(?!) chemicals in cigarettes, of which 70 are carcinogenic. It’s shocking!
In addition, your brain produces substances that make you feel good. If you stop smoking, you’ll have a strong desire for these substances and it will become more difficult to quit or you’ll look for other ways to feel the kick. With step 2 ‘Detox all toxicity’, you help your body to stop reacting to these substances and to react to others, or to break the ‘pleasure’ links in your brain.
3. Solve your feelings of guilt. With step 4 ‘Clear meridians’, you deal with the ‘large intestine meridian’. When the energy begins flowing through this meridian again, your feelings of guilt disappear and you help yourself to let go. Feelings of guilt are invisible and very subtle. But they’re about the money you spend on cigarettes that you actually really need. About smoking in your children’s presence. About the stress that you cause when you’re out of cigarettes. About the small, subtle feelings of guilt that keep you in their grip.
4. Peer pressure disappears. Your sense of self-worth becomes stronger as well as your willpower. You stop trying to just conform to ‘what the group wants’ because you become better at choosing what’s good for you. Deep within, you begin to realize that this is your life and that you can make decisions about it. Separately from what other people do or say. You become independent of the press pressure that is placed upon you.
How does the MIR-Method work with addiction?
I’ll repeat. This is how you do the MIR-Method with addiction. You work with a 10-step MIR-Method, saying each step out loud 3 times. You continue doing this twice a day for at least 4 months! And your need to smoke will decrease all by itself… until you one day notice that you simply “forgot” to smoke! Painless and effortless for yourself!
0. Detach smoking addiction.
1. Optimize acidity.
2. Detox all toxicity.
3a. Detach father.
3b. Detach mother.
4. Clear meridians.
5. Supplement all shortages.
6. Balance hormone system.
7. Fulfill basic needs.
8. Optimize chakras and aura.
9. Clarify mission.
Note! If you smoke a lot, don’t begin with this until you’ve already done the 9 steps for a minimum of four weeks!
Feel like trying it out? Or have you already done it and quit smoking? Let me know, and how you experienced it as well. Was it effortless? Did you experience any side-effects? I’d love to hear about it! Please write about it below. Thank you!
My wish for you is that you are no longer smoking within a half year!
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