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191 of 194 people found the following review helpful
on 30 August 2007
I read this book but found most of it a load of tosh. The main element about the law of manifestation took about 1 page and the rest was padded out unashamedly. It made me feel as if I had ben ripped off. I didn't like her writing style either.maybe something was lost in translation from the original German. Anyway, I guess the authoress managed to manifest a lot of money from this one..
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125 of 127 people found the following review helpful
on 9 December 2007
If they pulped this book then it would be more useful in going to make paper for newspapers than in the form it is in, and I agree with most other reviewers that this an empty book. I was tempted by the huge discount Amazon offer off the price, and now I know why it is so heavily discounted. There is no comprehensive coverage of how to make this subject work or how to pursue your dreams. I apologise if I offend the author, but the translation is very poorly done, as if by an `A' level foreign language student. There is no real emotion or intonation within it. It did not connect with me, maybe you will have better luck.
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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful
on 10 May 2006
I had such great expectations for this book especially after all the hype about Noel Edmonds saying that 3 out of his 5 orders came true and he was just waiting for the other 2 to materialise. The forward sounded quite good but after the first chapter I began to realise that there was nothing new in the book at all. The author barely touches on the "ordering service" and pads the rest of the book out with relaxation techniques and other irrelevant stuff. It was a complete waste of money and, in my opinion, the book only gained popularity because Noel Edmonds mentioned it. Better books are "It Works" by RH Jarrett and "The Magic of Believing" by Claude M Bristol - which, together, can be purchased for less than Barbel Mohr's book
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151 of 155 people found the following review helpful
on 2 March 2008
I read this book with a open mind, after hearing Noel Gallager promote this book, unfortunately it did not work for me, I placed 2 orders and forgot about them still not recieved, it lacks detail, to sum the whole book up, make a wish, forget about it then wait.
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73 of 76 people found the following review helpful
on 5 October 2007
Oh yea write it on a bit of paper and forget about it. See i did all that sort of thing whats the use of forgeting about it? I mite not be that clever but i am not daft enouf to be made into thinking it can go like that. Sorry abut my writing but i didnt learn at scool much. So i am sopposed to write on paper that i want to improve my gramma and then forget it? Very clever. I mite not be able to write good but i can sure as hell read a book and this one only taut me how to spell better. the book is small and i read it in a short time and new nothing at the end of it.
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98 of 101 people found the following review helpful
on 28 April 2007
Noel Edmonds is the best thing this book can conjure up! The instruction to connect to the cosmos is conspicuous by its absence. You just cannot keep scribbling on bits of paper and then totally forgetting about I and then make a big song and dance over it in a book!!! I am amazed at the coverage this has had, it certainly captivated me. I think this is going to disappoint a lot of people, unless they buy it for its novelty tie-in to Noel Edmonds. There is absolutely no credit given to the reader's intelligence, even being told that the author has an advantage over you! Most certainly she has by a few million quid. No doubt more will waste their money on this book by the drove. I'm off to find something more positive.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
"Ah", I thought," Just what I could do with right now."

But, after several weeks of waiting, this overly small book arrived and it really is a mis-match of several other similar new age books rolled into one. Yes, it's a simple read and yes, it describes the method equally as simply. There is not much theory or explanation behind the words and hence, no conviction. Nice safe read for people just embarking on their spiritual journeys but for those more travel-weary souls, you proberly have read it all before.
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105 of 109 people found the following review helpful
on 4 July 2007
Although of very pages I still felt that the press coverage of this book was good enough to make this a worthy read!!!! I guess it happens a lot, the packaging is great and then you open the box!!! I just wanted to find out some way of putting it all together, some way of getting things moving and having some tiny wishes come true. I didn't expect the singing, ringing tree, but I didn't even get a small twig's worth of knowledge. I suppose if you look on this as a conundrum where you have to work it all out yourself then that's fine, but it certainly does not give or do what I thought it would!!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 28 February 2010
If you are looking for a book to quickly guide you successfully into the art of "Cosmic Ordering", then this is not the book for you! It is hard work - not an easy read at all, and not an entertaining read either. I have picked it up and put it down endless times - even though I am really keen; well versed in "Universal Energy" and Quantum Physics; and am a really spiritual person, I am struggling to get my head into this book.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon 25 April 2006
The basic idea of this book is that achievement results from positive and emphatic expectation. This is something that I have found to be profoundly true, but it is a discovery that long pre-dates this book. Exactly WHY this should be true is not really explained here - for that, read Thomas Troward's profound "The Creative Process in the Individual", available from Amazon, or "Your Thoughts Can Change Your Life", by Donald Curtis. The author's presciptions will certainly work, but very little convincing explanation is given as to WHY or HOW this process works.

** I'm re-opening this review (August 2008) to add two suggestions. Essentially, the positive thinking concepts generally referred to as Cosmic Ordering can lead you in one (or both) of two directions:

- Practical application - if this is what you want, read Stephen Richards, not this book

- Understanding - nothing beats Thomas Troward when it comes to explaining how this works. 'The Creative Process' has been in print for a century, and has stood the test of time.

Read Richards, or Troward - preferably both - but don''t bother with this one.
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