47 of 59 people found the following review helpful
You owe it to yourself to read this book,
This review is from: Self-Change Hypnosis (Paperback)
I have written a review before but I must have done something wrong, because it didn’t post. I am writing it again because it is important to me to let everyone know what kind of book this really is.
This book changed my life. I don’t mean I quit smoking or any thing like that. I mean it changed my entire life. I have spent the last 10 years trying to change my life. Nothing worked. I spent hundreds of dollars over the years buying anything that I thought might work. I had almost given up on ever changing my life, and then I found this book.
With this book you can change anything! I am amazed at how well hypnosis worked for me. This book is so easy to read and understand that I was able to write a script that changed my life. It only took about 2 hours to write the script. I am happier then I have ever been in my life, my income has increased, and I just don’t feel stressed out any more.
This book has paid for its self in just a few weeks. BTW he has a website, and he actually writes to it, so if you have a question (I did) and need help with your hypnosis, he will help you. How many authors do that?
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Initial post: 16 Nov 2008 15:37:38 GMT
The Cleaner says:
At the time of posting this 'comment', there are ten different reviews of this book by Richard MacKenzie. What I find interesting is that all of these ten different reviewers have one thing in common. They have only ever reviewed just the one book - which is this book by Richard MacKenzie. That is very odd. And each reviewer gives the book a maximum 5 stars.
Whenever Richard MacKenzie posts a preview of anything on Amazon, he includes a hyper-link to the page relating to his book.
My point is that I am not convinced about the authenticity and possibly even the existence of most of not all of the ten 'reviewers' of this book. If my suspicions were to be found to be correct, it would not be the first time that the writer of a book was involved in fraudulent self-promotion. Some get caught, most do not. But the potential buyer of any product on Amazon has a right to be sure that all of the reviews are genuine and trustworthy.
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Feb 2009 00:09:03 GMT
Jane Brennan-barnes says:
wow, you've got me thinking. i had just read about the guy who says it changed his entire life and was thinking of buying it, not that i'm unhappy with my life as it is, but there's always room for improvement. I'm going to review a few more before i decide. thanks for the tip
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