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If you're holding this book in your hand, then you've already changed your life. Are you still waiting for your ship to come in? Looking for the relationship you can't seem to find? Working just to pay the bills until that perfect job comes along? Don't you wish that you could just place an order for the life that you want? Well, you can! And you don't have to chant, meditate, pray, fast, work, or do anything—just relax. And there won't be any bill to pay. Seems impossible?
That's what the author said:. And you just might start as wonderful a journey towards an easier, more fulfilling life. The Cosmic Ordering Service is a guide to realizing your dreams. Bestselling author Barbel Mohr can teach you how to fulfill all your wishes--just by placing an order with the universe. You'll learn how she has used the Cosmic Ordering Service to gain her dream job, the ideal man, money, health—even a castle to live in! Mohr will show you, as she has taught hundreds of thousands of European readers, how to listen to your inner voice, place your order, sit back, and let marvelous things happen.
The hard part is deciding what you really want. Once you've figured that out, this charming, witty, and insightful book is going to tell how to get it.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Cosmic Ordering Service by Barbel Mohr. And you don't have to chant, medita If you're holding this book in your hand, then you've already changed your life. That's what the author said: "If, after reading this book, you think that cosmic ordering is total nonsense, but you decide to place an order with the universe anyway just to prove me wrong, then you have subscribed to this ordering service just the way I first did.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Cosmic Ordering Service. Jun 08, Stephen Theaker rated it did not like it. Possibly the most gleefully stupid book I've ever read in my life. Full of the utmost idiocy, the book's entire content simply adds up to this: good things will happen if you hope for them.
It's really just a book on praying adapted for tastes of new age readers. Instead of praying to some god when you're sad, you should just pray to the universe. Because, you know, the universe cares about you. Forget that on a universal scale you are indistinguishable from the bacteria that live inside your gu Possibly the most gleefully stupid book I've ever read in my life.
Forget that on a universal scale you are indistinguishable from the bacteria that live inside your gut: the universe cares about what you want and will help you get it.
The chapter on how this works is very imprecise. Apparently it's like going down the stairs instead of taking the lift and meeting a delivery man you would otherwise have missed. How that relates to the universe getting you the boyfriend you want is not clear. Who sent you the cosmic boyfriend parcel? Who received your boyfriend order?
It's clear that it's just a god in disguise. At least this god has the benefit of not wanting anything in return: no need for following any of those silly rules other religions have, like not working on Saturdays, or not eating pork, or not eating cows, or not coveting your neighbour's wife.
All this great mail order god requires is that you order more, more, more! Who can't dig a religion like that?
Why should religion be a chore? After all, there's a lot of competition out there - if you're going to go to all the trouble of believing in one of these fellows, the least they can do is give you everything you want! Hilariously, towards the end the author can't even be bothered to finish writing the book, and just prints her notes in bullet form! The sources are laughable - for example entire pages of those notes are reproduced from three books by someone who wrote a letter to his god asking lots of questions and then found that - oooh!
Like I said, laughable! Her mention of Uri Geller is also delectably stupid. She begins by saying that she thought his spoon-bending was an optical illusion, then says that her friends corrected her. Aha, I thought, finally a bit of sense in this most daft of books, but no: her friends informed her that he simply persuades the atoms of the spoon to disperse with the power of his mind. Good grief! There's nothing mystical about spoon-bending. You would think that having written a book about one crazy idea, the author would stick to that one thing, rather than chucking in more foolishness, but of course not: cosmic ordering can also help you to contact the dead.
She tells us sagely that there is "increasing evidence" for the existence of a spirit world - oddly she neglects to provide any footnotes pointing us in the direction of this evidence.
Here's the real evidence: James Randi has offered a million dollars for anyone demonstrating any supernatural abilities, such as contacting the dead. No one has claimed that money. So we must conclude that anyone who openly claims to be a psychic, medium etc is a fraud. Even if they don't need the money themselves, there are many deserving charities to which they could donate it. In particular, scientific language does not make a science; bold statements do not make claims true; rumours do not equal reality; and, especially, after-the-fact reasoning and coincidence.
This book will appeal to the slow-witted, the extremely gullible, and anyone who wants to be told, you will get everything you want, all you have to do is hope - and buy this ridiculous book.
With the Office of Fair Trading taking long-overdue action against so-called psychics, hopefully it'll only be a matter of time until books like this are prevented from having "self-help" printed on the back, and are removed to a supernatural shelf, where their pernicious influence will only affect those who actively search them out, rather than preying on vulnerable people looking for help. View 2 comments. Aug 11, Stargazer rated it it was ok. What a pity that the books recommended at the back by ella kensington are in german only.
Maybe i'll come back and add extra stars if my order is fulfilled May 31, Karen rated it liked it Shelves: spiritual-self-help. Nice read with some practical tips on manifestation. A little bit basic though, and she meandered a little at times. View 1 comment. Aug 29, Jama added it. Loved the easy breezy message of the book. Jun 22, Mairi Byatt rated it it was amazing. Apr 18, Briana Brown rated it did not like it. I skimmed through it. I finally got this after it being sat in my wish list for a while.
It was worth waiting for, and I've learned a fair bit from it.
Cosmic Ordering : The Next Adventure
If you're holding this book in your hand, then you've already changed your life. Are you still waiting for your ship to come in? Looking for the relationship you can't seem to find? Working just to pay the bills until that perfect job comes along? Don't you wish that you could just place an order for the life that you want? Well, you can! And you don't have to chant, meditate, pray, fast, work, or do anything--just relax.
Cosmic Ordering Service
Noel Edmonds , the British television host, became interested in the subject after being introduced to The Cosmic Ordering Service by his reflexologist. Later he was offered the chance to return to television to work on Deal or No Deal. Presenter Laura Hamilton claims to have used cosmic ordering to get a place on the series Dancing on Ice. Self-help author Stephen Richards believes cosmic ordering changed his life, when he changed from being in poverty to becoming a millionaire. Big Brother winner Brian Belo claimed that cosmic ordering helped him to win the show.
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The bestselling self-help classic which, like The Secret and Law of Attraction , helps to bring you what you wish for, and is credited by Noel Edmonds for reviving his career and turning his life around. Bestselling author Barbel Mohr teaches you how to fulfil all your wishes - just by placing an order with the universe. She has used the Cosmic Ordering Service to gain her dream job, the ideal man, money, health - even a castle to live in! Mohr has taught hundreds and thousands of others how to listen to their inner voice, place their order, sit back, and let marvellous things happen.