Exciting news! Hooray!
My old website now has a brand new look, much more user friendly and just fun to click through!
www.mimimoorhouse.com

My gratitude to Mr. Johann Bauer, for his efficient and dedicated hard work in helping me to build this new website – Thank you dear Johann!

Not very exciting news – Boo!
We are having an alarmingly high increase of Coronavirus confirmed cases here in the UK – at the present time, it is over 10,000 cases on a daily basis.
In consideration of the safety of everyone – once again, I have made the decision to cancel my teaching in person in Berlin on November 5th to 7th.
I am offering an online alternative course for Auspicious Day Selections – Xuan Kwong Da Gua on the same date (Friday, Saturday and Sunday on November 5th, 6th and 7th, 2020) from 10:00 to 16:00 Central European Time.

As much as I always prefer to meet the students face to face, however, given the current circumstances, we are adapting.
The flexibility of learning online will save travel and hotel expenses plus the precious time away from home and work. Moreover, it enables people from far away places the opportunity to participate as well.

The cut-off for signing up will be November 1st, 2020 – 4 weeks from now.

Thank you for your generosity to Speratum Cancer Research in Costa Rica, most importantly, your believing in my teaching.

Fondly, Mimi

England, October 5th, 2020

Mimi’s pledge:

I have made a pledge at the beginning of 2020.

With my humble intention, I want to dedicate some goodwill back to the work of metaphysics. All the profits from my future teachings will be used for donations to support “Speratum”, the cancer research in Costa Rica.

Speratun has successfully discovered the cure for pancreas cancer and they have started their final stage of testing on humans in September 2020. I was extremely impressed with their work and their donations management on my visit to the laboratory in Costa Rica this January. On a personal level, I understand this is far from discovering the cure for Brian’s Glioblastoma grade 4 brain cancer, however,  any cancer is bad cancer – many people have died from cancer.