Following on from reviewing all or as many of the cosmic ordering books as I can, I am pleased to have read this book, and here is my review.
As much use as an out of date Pirelli Year Planner. What I cannot understand, without wishing to sound facetious, is the author claims to tune in with people, helping them bring positive transformation into their lives at set times. I mean, if, say, 20,000 books sell and even just a quarter of those readers, 5,000 people, hang around at the set time prescribed by the author, then how is she able to help all 5,000, assuming each one has a different problem, unique to themselves.
As for Barbel Mohr setting herself up as a self-help guru, the Sunday newspapers are full of them, and all have a different answer to a set problem.
The saving grace of this book is that the author does offer some hope, so long as you are prepared to wait for her attendance at the allotted time. Even worse, on the author's website she says, `just get so many English e-mails now, and I simply cannot answer them. Sorry for that, but I really do not have the time.' So how on earth is she going to fulfil her promise in the book?
A great let down, more was expected of this book, and not a patch on the books of the same subject by Stephen Richards or Andronicou Andronicous.