We all have dreams. We may dream of striking it rich, making tons of money online, driving expensive sports cars, and sipping on champagne next to the pool in our dream mansions. We may dream of living a life completely free of sickness, without the aid of prescription drugs and medical intervention. We may dream of being incredibly influential, changing the conditions of the world by simply putting our minds to it.
These are all dreams, but many of us don’t know how to achieve them. How do you go about making all that money online? How do you go about living a life free from illness? How do you become influential? These are all questions that are supposedly answered by the product highlighted in this review. According to creator Enoch Tan, MindReality will reveal the secrets of the mind (and reality) so that you can realize your dreams. As if by magic.
How Will Mind Reality Change My Life?
No, Mind Reality is not some miracle drug that will change your life. Instead, it is comprised of a series of articles that will let you “learn the exclusive secrets of Quantum Physics, Mind Secrets, Psychic Powers, Real Magic, Astrology, Wealth Creation, Miracle Healing, The Meaning of Life…” In short, Enoch Tan is saying that it is the best website in the world.
Yeah, I have to take that with one serious grain of salt. I’m usually pretty skeptical when it comes to just about any online offer, but the sales copy used to promote Mind Reality really is out of this world. Personally, it sounds a little cult-ish to me. Unlocking the secrets of quantum physics, real magic, and miracle healing? Offering me the meaning of life? If I wasn’t skeptical going in, I sure am now.
What Content Should I Expect?
To get a sense of the kind of content offered by Mind Reality, I was given access to the preview area. Here, it is possible to read a number of snippets from all the Mind Reality articles. For example, here’s a clip from Wealth is Power to Purchase Freedom in Life.
Generally, I found the Mind Reality articles to be quite vague, not offering any sort of specific information or direction. Instead, the articles speak in generalities with a somewhat spiritual (religious?) “self-help” air about it. Feel free to check out the rest of the archive for posts on gaining clarity, dominating women, and the God complex.
After going through the members area, which provides full articles dating back as far as 2005, I found that the content was much the same later in the posts as in the first two paragraphs. It’s a lot of content, but realistically, I felt it was a lot of “fluff” too.
Go Ahead. Convince Me
When you hit up the main page for Mind Reality, you are immediately bombarded with the standard single-page sales letter. It’s a long one filled with all the tricks in the book, including big bold font, highlighted sections, and colorful text.
These sales letters have to work, otherwise marketers wouldn’t use them. At the same time, how many people are going to read through all of that?
Not a One-Time Investment
Ah, and here’s another common element that you’ll find with many of these lengthy sales letters. The author, Enoch Tan, offers you a very special price for a very limited time. Sure, he could sell Mind Reality to you for his regular price of $397, but he’s feeling generous. That’s why he can sell it to you for just $29.95.
But wait. This isn’t a one-time investment. Instead, $29.95 is the monthly price to gain access to all the Mind Reality content. There’s nothing wrong with subscription-based websites, but this payment scheme is not immediately obvious in the ad copy.
In the end, I have a hard time recommending Mind Reality, because I really don’t think the valuable content is there to “get you anything you desire, almost like magic.” Of course, I could be wrong. Just check out all the amazing testimonials! Right…