Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Manifestation Miracle Review

If you’re considering purchasing “Manifestation Miracle”, I highly recommend reading the review below to figure out whether or not you think Heather Matthews is scamming people.

I don't want to waste your time, so let's get to the point...

Facts about “Manifestation Miracle”

Who is behind the course?

There is actually a team behind “Manifestation Miracle”. The course is created by Heather Matthews and Mark Ling.

I know that Mark Ling is a real person. He is actually a really brilliant Internet marketer and self-made millionaire. He's been teaching people how be successful like him doing business on the Internet, and one of his well-known websites is called “Affilorama”.

All I can say about Mark is that, he is awesome! He provides a lot of free useful content, so I don't think you need to worry about being scammed.


I can't find more detailed information about Heather Matthews. In one of the videos in the members' area of “Manifestation Miracle”, Mark told us that Heather is based in Canada, so she couldn't join him in the studio.

That didn't satisfy my curiosity.

So I searched further about her, but I still really have no idea who Heather Matthews is. Is she an author? Life coach?

You see, there are people who don't really care who wrote a course / program / book as long as it has great content. But for me personally, knowing who created such a program is really important.

In fact, if I'm going to buy a book or course, first I look at the credibility of the writer / creator.

In order to write this review, I have checked out the members' area of “Manifestation Miracle”, and the materials are great.

You can download the “Manifestation Miracle” PDF (159 pages) and the audio version in mp3 format, and after each chapter you can watch videos of Mark Ling and Brooke Ryan (a psychologist, part of the team).

Even though Brooke looks a little bit nervous in front of the camera, what she and Mark are talking about is valuable. They expand on what you've learned in each chapter of “Manifestation Miracle”, and discuss the background information, practical examples, and anything else that can help you along your journey to achieve your goals.


So my conclusion is...

The program has real valuable content and definitely is not scam.

However, one thing that bothers me is that I have no idea who Heather Matthews is. I have no doubt about Mark Ling, but I don't consider him as an expert in the subject of “Manifestation Miracle”.

If you have no problem about who created the program, then “Manifestation Miracle” can be the right course for you.

But if you really want to learn how to manifest your dreams using the Law of Attraction from the expert, I highly recommend “Total Money Magnetism” by Steve G Jones.

Steve G Jones is a well-known hypnotist (there is even a Wikipedia page about him), and has helped celebrities overcome their problems. He also has been working with Joe Vitale, author of the best-selling “The Attractor Factor” and one of the stars of the highly successful movie “The Secret”.

Check out “Total Money Magnetism” here.