Noel Edmonds is raving about it. Barbel Mohr has become an extremely wealthy woman because of it. We can all get exactly what we want when we want it they claim. All we have to do is ask the universe and it will be! It’s called Cosmic Ordering and it sounds good to me.
Well, actually it sounds like a load of rubbish. However, my Mother (Deal Or No Deal fanatic!) recently bought Barbel Mohr’s book, The Cosmic Ordering Service. This is the book which Noel Edmonds read when he was in the doldrums and just look at him now! Originally published in German, it sold over a million copies in Germany alone. It was only Â£6.50 stg at Amazon just a couple of weeks ago at the time of purchase, but is Â£10.50 now. But the RRP of $13.95 is not much to pay in exchange for learning how to get anything you want by just asking the cosmos to grant your wishes!
Except that the book does not contain any deep revelations. In fact, at just 101 pages long, it does not contain much of anything! Yet, this made it even more appealing for a light reader like me: just a night or 2 and I’d be ordering away. So, I gave it a go and started reading. Fair play to Barbel, she does not try to hype up or complicate her ideas. She is the first to admit that the whole concept is extremely simple. You don’t even need to read the book from cover to cover. In fact, Barbel advises just dipping in here and there. Repeatedly, she emphasises the simplicity of the method. You don’t even need to believe in the process for cosmic ordering to work. She claims that she made her first order just to prove to her friend that it didn’t work!
It is clear that the book is a translated work and perhaps subtle meaning was lost in translation. There is really no need to buy the English version of the book. Spare yourself the 101 pages – just tell the universe what you want and when you want it and wait and see if it works.
Never one to miss a trick, Noel Edmonds will be publishing his own book about Cosmic Ordering in time for the lucrative Christmas Market. Maybe he will be able to fill even more pages with so little. No doubt, he is ordering a bestseller from the universe as I post…
It sounds bizarre, but I’ll give it a go myself and let you know how I get on! 🙂