Miracle Mastery Review- Genuine Opinion of David Debold’s Book

It took me about three days to go through this whole book of 297 pages for the first time, however, I will go back very often to delve into the chapters until I take my psychic abilities to the next level and I believe this book can really do that. But before that, I have made this miracle mastery review in order to help you make a better decision before buying it.Miracle Mastery

David DeBold has written the book in such a flow as if he is narrating it sitting beside you.

Trust me, you will hardly ever find that flow in any other book on psychic powers.

The way of language used and the techniques mentioned are very simple and something that anybody can grasp easily which happens rarely while reading books on such topics.

 

 

Information and Instructions

 

One thing about this book which I did not like was it’s too much focus on – information and instructions.

 

When a person buys any book like this, he expects trainings and exercises more but here the general information is a bit on a higher side.

 

However the stuff is interesting and every step used by the author was for building a foundation for the upcoming topic, but, for people like me who have already gathered too much information on this subject, it is really boring as we already knew  all that basics.

 

The same thing could become an advantage for the beginners as the information could be very exciting and captivating if you were not aware of it before.

 

Techniques and Methods

 

One very good facet of this book is that it covers a lot of areas that are essential for dealing with psychic powers.

 

Author focuses on mind, body and spirit because it is the rapport between these three aspects of our existence that creates miracles.

 

Different exercises concerning every subject are given in the book. So, do keep a pen and notepad for your first read to mark the main pages.

 

I would highly recommend the Miracle Mastery book to people who are seriously interested in the development of their higher abilities and can give all their effort to acquire these abilities, but if you are impatient to learn “big things” without practicing “small things” for long, then you won’t progress at all.

 

Even if you are not interested or don’t believe in psychic powers, then also it can help you to develop a deeper relationship with your body and mind.

 

 

Deep Relaxation Technique

 

As the author puts it “if you cannot practice everything in this whole book, this one exercise is worth your money”, I would agree with that because it really creates a deep relaxation in the whole body by using breathing and muscle movement technique.

 

This technique not only gives a tremendous relaxation, but it increases awareness –which is essential for being more intuitive.

This is the best part of the whole book for both experts and beginners.

 

The psychic methods are given in the last chapters, whereas the other whole part of this book is designed for preparing your mind, body, and spirit to perform such feats.

 

Who should buy this? – A person who is buying it with a long-term vision of slowly and gradually cultivating the higher abilities.

 

Who should not buy this? – A person who is looking for fast results and cannot accept it as a guide rather than a one time read.

 

What more is in the package?- They give out four more books along with the main one and they are “In Your Dreams”, “Practical Teleportation”, “Thought Vibration” and “Yoga Sutras”.

 

You can visit the product website here.

 

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14 thoughts on “Miracle Mastery Review- Genuine Opinion of David Debold’s Book

  1. Lukas Dohnal

    The essential information due to the nature of the topic I would expect in a review is saying whether the reviewer tested the guide out and actually attained any of the promised powers, like levitation for example, or other “hard” powers (not counting stuff inside your head, which is not very objective as a supernatural feat). That is completely missing from this review.

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    1. HARI S NAIR Post author

      Lukas, that is missing in this review because the reviewer(that’s me of course) has not attained any such power that you are expecting.. what I have written is all I have found in the book.

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      1. Lukas Dohnal

        I believe that the most important thing potential readers are interested about is whether stuff contained in the book actually leads to promised results, or whether its just a bunch of fraudulent nonsense. Any review that does not cover that essential point is worthless from my perspective (no offense meant).

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        1. HARI S NAIR Post author

          People’s expectations and what they want from every product varies from person to person.. I could have wrote the review giving a false hope to you that you can learn to fly by reading this 300 page book but I really was not hoping for something so supernatural when I started reading it.. I found many things which were up to my expectations and that’s what I have written here..

          If your personal concern was to know if you can have those supernatural powers I would say NO because I am not flying in the air right now and I really did’nt found a need to add something like that in this review.

          But, I am really sorry that you found this review worthless and I would try to highlight these types of things in future anyways, I believe that if the review didn’t help you my comments would have.

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          1. Lukas Dohnal

            “People’s expectations and what they want from every product varies from person to person..” Yes, that is true. However, my point is that the author specifically markets his book by saying that the book can teach you to perform supernatural feats like levitation and others, so my expectation is that most people who will be interested are those, who would like to learn those things. .. In other words, if someone writes a book and markets it by claiming that the book contains working instructions on how to build a wooden kennel for a dog, and then another person reviews it and will evaluate all aspects of the book except whether the book actually contains working instructions on how to do what the author claims the book teaches you to do, then I consider that a poor review. If a book is marketed specifically by saying that it teaches you to do something, then it is to be expected that most people will buy it because they expect the book to actually teach them that thing, instead of buying it to enjoy the beautiful letters, nice grammar or I dont know what. Simple as that.

            “(…)I really was not hoping for something so supernatural when I started reading it” But thats exactly what the author claims the book will teach you to do! Those supernatural things! The guy markets it that way, thats his main selling point. I really think that reviewing everything except the main selling point of the book constitutes a bad review.

            Again, no offense. I dont mean it bad at all. I hope you will agree with me on what I say and hopefully address the main selling point of a book next time you write a review. 🙂

            Have a beautiful day.
            Lukas

          2. HARI S NAIR Post author

            Lukas, the way of marketing that brought this product into your attention was not the same which made me to buy it. And you surely missed what I liked about this book as you mocked saying “beautiful letters, nice grammar or I don’t know what”..no product can make you a superman in one day..all they have is to offer something new which you have to practice and see how it works for you.

            It would be totally unfair for me to deny what the author claims just because I hav’nt achieved any of those things that might close doors for many people right away.

            “the main selling point” of the book is decided by the marketer and many a time I review a product even before it is promoted on a large scale.

            However, I will update my review according to their marketing strategies in the future..thanks for bringing it into my attention.

          3. Paulie H

            im glad you gave such an honest review i hope they all give review you like did (honest) but i would love to believe it has knowledge that if one put to the thought could make you achieve a supernatural feat

  2. Lukas

    “Lukas, the way of marketing that brought this product into your attention was not the same which made me to buy it.”
    Oh, I see. That explains it quite a bit.

    “And you surely missed what I liked about this book as you mocked saying “beautiful letters, nice grammar or I don’t know what””
    I said “no offense” and that “I dont mean it bad at all”. That also means I did not intend to mock you or your work. By saying that, I just wanted to illustrate that you buy books such as these for a specific reason usually, expecting a specific result from them (if they are specifically marketed as being able to teach you “supernatural” powers).

    “no product can make you a superman in one day..”
    Of course, I did not think or expect that. But if none of the people who read the book have (or at least, can demonstrate) at least a single one of these supposed supernatural powers (including the author) and put it on YouTube as a proof or at least offer private demonstrations, then its dodgy. Because the book promises to teach you specifically those supernatural powers. And we all know thats an extraordinary claim that could use a bit of verification, before a person gives his money to someone for it. 🙂

    “It would be totally unfair for me to deny what the author claims just because I hav’nt achieved any of those things that might close doors for many people right away. ”
    Of course. And it would be unscientific to say that something doesnt work for anyone just because it didnt work for you. However, what would be totally fair to say would be “I tested the practices described in the book and it didnt yield a single supernatural result for me – dunno if because they dont work in general or because I did them wrongly, but thats how it is”.

    “However, I will update my review according to their marketing strategies in the future..thanks for bringing it into my attention.”
    Great. 🙂 I am glad that you agree that a good review should definitely cover the thing based on which the book is being marketed. It can and should, of course, cover other things as well, but this is quintessential in my eyes.

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  3. Trump

    David De Bold is an alter ego of Hari Nair the reviewer. He is the only reviewer of this book online and does in a similar way the book is marketed.

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    1. HARI S NAIR Post author

      This is probably the most interesting comment I have ever received..xD..lol..David De Bold is my alter ego but being told that by the current president of the USA is a real honor 😀

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