" My purpose is to make my readership challenge the status quo and conventional wisdom, and seek out their own personal path to self enlightenment and the Most High. To become free thinkers and masters of our own destiny, not constrained by the strait jacket of conformity or manacles of the classical mess. Liberate yourself from the bondage of organised religion, gather in the worthwhile threads of all beliefs, and build yourself your own personal creed and ethos, directly suitable to you and your needs in an ever changing world and environment.".......Peter Paton
Place your orders, you are allowed six of them
you must write them down, with your own timescale
the Cosmos always delivers on time, or even sooner
a revolutionary process, that utilizes the CONSCIOUS
you just harness the Light with loving kindness
delivery is guaranteed on time
if you are tired and sick of organised religion
and see the limitations in conventional wisdom
then join me in this childlike adventure
you have nothing to lose, and everything to gain
feel the freedom of personal choice
and discern what is for you, not someone else
you can have your cake and eat it too
the only thing that is stopping you
is your self imposed restrictions
so step right up, and lay your order down
watch what happens, when you give Faith its chance
Copyright by Peter Paton 2006
An interview with German bestselling author Barbel Mohr about the 'cosmic ordering service'
1. Mrs. Mohr, what does cosmic ordering mean and how does it differ to conventional wishes?
You could wish for much, but you automatically associate the word 'wish' with the fact in your mind that you can't contribute to its fulfilment and that it happens more or less randomly or even not at all. With the word 'order' you associate that you are entitled to a proper delivery.
Many spiritual teachers assume that the inner condition determines the outer circumstances. It's just that you almost always create your life unconsciously subsequently to your inner expectations. To order with the cosmos means to do this CONSCIOUSLY.
2. You say that the fulfilment of a wish placed with the cosmos works like an order with a mail order company. But who do you place your order with?
To some degree you order with yourself because you do influence the reality with your own expectations.
When you order with the cosmos you connect yourself additionally with what others call 'united field theory' and others might call it 'morphogenetic field' or 'akasha chronicle'. One assumes that basically everything is one and that you are able to connect with the power of the entirety.
I explain the success of so many people with this theory by saying it is playful and easy and is not driven by your intellect or mind. Anyhow, it is impossible to connect the intellect with the oneness. It only works with a pure, childlike and innocent feeling and the more crazy and playful the method, the more successful it is.
3. Can and may everybody make use of it?
Everybody produces an effect with their inner life in everyday life. This means that everybody orders unconsciously in any case because nobody is completely uninvolved in what they experience and what they come across. Therefore everybody can and may make use of it. In my experience it is even impossible that you don't make use of it. The world simply operates as to create the reality with our expectations and we automatically order the expected.
4. Is it possible to order for somebody else or does it work for yourself only?
In fact everybody produces their own reality, but since we are all connected to each other we automatically influence one another with what we are thinking of each other. If for example in a race, a hundred people would think that Heinz A. will never make it, he's going to have a hard time to win nevertheless. He would gain more energy and power if hundred people would think that he can make it.
Hence it is best to support other people by presuming only the best of them.
5. Are there things you shouldn't order or is there a limit to the amount of orders?
There are spiritual teachings assuming that the light is the fundamental element for every substance. The more light (=loving purposes) a order receives the quicker it will come true because it contains more 'fundamental element-energy'. If you want to wish your neighbours technical breakdowns in their home or anything else unkind, you can be assured that the universal ordering service doesn't want to know about it.
The acceptance-ban or limit is therefore not more than our own imagination.
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2 April 2006
I ASKED THE COSMOS FOR A HOUSE AND A CHALLENGE & I GOT THEM. IT'S SPOOKY
NOEL: THE ONLY INTERVIEW TV VETERAN EDMONDS ON THE WACKY NEW CRAZE HE BELIEVES SPARKED HIS AMAZING COME BACK
TV COMEBACK king Noel Edmonds has revealed how his amazing return to the top of the showbiz tree came about after he became a devotee of a bizarre new faith.
The host of the Channel 4 quiz show sensation Deal Or No Deal has enjoyed an incredible run of good luck after he endured years in the telly wilderness and a painful divorce - and he says it all happened after he asked "The Cosmos" for help.
In the first big interview since his return to the limelight revival, Noel, 57, says he has become a follower of a book called Cosmic Ordering Service - which claims to help you realise all your dreams. The book, by German author Barbel Mohr, asks people to write a wish-list of the six ambitions and hopes they have for life.
And Noel, who last week picked up a Bafta nomination for his hugely popular quiz show, says four of the wishes he made have already come true .
The father of four said: "Given the last few years have been challenging for me for a variety of reasons, I'm at that stage of my life where I think there are certain things I want.
"Some believers stand on a cliff and look at the breaking waves, some look at the moon, and some just write it down on a bit of a paper. Me being me, I wrote down an order.
"So I wrote: 'Dear Cosmos, I would like to have a home in a sunny place that my daughters love and is private, suits me and I would like that by October.'
"I wrote that in March and completed on the house I adore on September 1, so I got it two months early."
Two months later, he wrote another order - and he admits the results were "spooky".
He said: "I wrote down that I was looking for a different challenge in my life. Something that would stretch me but I would feel comfortable with and - again - my girls would enjoy and appreciate why I wanted to do it.
"At that point, I had no idea whether it was walking the Great Wall of China or whatever.
"And in August, Adam McDonald, a TV executive for Deal Or No Deal, rang and said: 'Do you fancy coming and doing this telly show.' I think that's quite spooky."
Since then, two other "orders" have come true for Noel - but he wants to keep them private for now.
"And I've got two outstanding that have to come in before the end of April," he admitted.
Noel understands people may find his experience difficult to swallow, saying: "You'll think I've gone away with the fairies - but it's fantastic. It is quite reassuring about life after death and spiritual things. It's not totally mad. It's quite personal
"I have a faith. I don't know what shape it is. I feel uncomfortable to think it's purely Church Of England and I'd like to learn more about Islam.
"But at 57, why shouldn't I give cosmic ordering a go? After all, it seems to work."
Noel's comeback has been truly been astonishing and the man behind Mr Blobby is on a high following his change in fortune.
"Pinch me. Am I living a real existence? The world's gone mad. How has the last five or six months been? It's been unbelievable, just unbelievable," he said.
A year ago, his TV career seemed permanently over and his marriage of 18 years to second wife Helen had ended in divorce.
Last Monday, Deal Or No Deal was nominated for a BAFTA for Best Entertainment Programme - just days after picking up a Royal Television Society award.
The show - a game of "pot luck" - has been pulling in ratings of more than four million per episode, which is unheard of for a Channel 4 afternoon show.
NOEL has finally bought a house in the south of France - a dream he'd always had, but his ex Helen had never shared.
And after the heartbreak of his divorce, he has also found happiness again in the I Cote D'Azur with France-based estate agent Marjan Simmons.
"I was thinking the other day - especially after the BAFTA nomination - that I'm lucky I had a previous life because I think the amount of attention at the moment could turn my head if I hadn't."
"I was genuinely stunned by the BAFTA ' nomination. I'm an overnight success after 36 years."
Noel, who most observers thought would be gone for good after Noel's House Party was axed by the BBC, added: "You're looking at the most grateful guy on this planet in terms of what's happened to me.
"Deal Or No Deal was a risk. It could have bombed. Would I have wanted to live with that? 'He came back and failed again...
"To think it has been, by anyone's standards, a phenomenon leaves me actually quite humble."
The TV offer also came as he was struggling to get over his divorce. Noel admitted: "The TV opportunity was just one of those extraordinary timings. Clearly Channel 4 and Endemol, who make the programme, didn't think: 'Oh, I bet he's down in the dumps and needs cheering up, let's give him a telly show.' But it came along at just the right moment, which is why I've really thrown myself into it. I'm living it."
Three shows are filmed each day for two weeks in Bristol before Noel and the rest of the crew are given a week off to recuperate.
At the moment, Noel splits his time between France and a hotel in the Wiltshire countryside.
He admitted: "The move to France was very much something I always wanted to do. It wasn't a knee-jerk reaction. Helen had never wanted to live abroad and had never wanted to have a house in the sun.
"What I wanted to do was not abandon Britain because my heart is very much in Devon where my daughters are. But like millions of Brits, I am tired of getting to the autumn and going: 'Mmm, that's another crap summer we've had'."
Noel, who is learning French to help him settle in his new home, added: "In the south of France, you get two extra months at either end of the summer. I was lying on a sunlounger yesterday."
He admits so much has changed since the end of his marriage to Helen in 2003 and their eventual divorce last year. She went on to have an affair with her cross-dressing Pilates instructor Stuart Lord 18 months after she and Noel had separated.
He has vowed not to talk about the reasons for the split because of their children, Charlotte, 23, Lorna, 18, Olivia, 15, and seven-year-old Alice. But he said: "Undoubtedly, my marriage break-up gave me a different outlook on life. It is a big change when you go through something like that. It made me think about exposing myself to different opportunities more - and re-evaluating what I wanted for myself in life more.
"My primary focus will always be my four beautiful girls. I don't just mean physically beautiful, which thank God they are, but they are beautiful people and my focus will always be there.
"Clearly, people don't get divorced if everything is hunky dory. But we did manage 18 years and we did create these four wonderful people. And I'm pleased to say Helen and I have no problem at all about jointly focusing on the girls' well-being."
The whole family spent Christmas together in Devon, and Noel insists he and Helen remain close.
"We are good friends - as much as one can be given those circumstances. And I see the girls a lot. Simply being the daughter of Mr Blobby's friend wasn't the coolest thing. But all of their mates are now saying: 'How do you get tickets to Deal Or No Deal?' and, 'You're dad's huge'."
He smiled: "Now it's pretty cool being Noel's daughter. Alice is impressed because she never knew me when I was on the telly before - and nobody else at school has a dad on TV."
The production crew on the show are also brilliant with his daughters. Noel said: "The girls come to the show a lot. In fact, Alice produces the show... well, that's what she thinks."
Two weeks ago, the production crew even arranged for Alice to make the first phone call to Noel - rather than the show's banker - during filming. "I cracked completely," he admitted.
BUT it's not just his career that has had a resurgence - he's also found love with girlfriend Marjan. The pair first met a year when Noel was house-hunting in France, but they only started dating last summer, and she has yet to meet his daughters.
Noel admits he and his new love are complete opposites, but he says he finds that exciting. "It's a very good relationship - and the companionship we have is fantastic. At this point in my life, Marjan is just the most perfect friend you could have.
"Marjan stays in the south of France and has her own world. We are very, very different people and that is something I really like. We have very different tastes. Marjan is Persian and has spent a lot of time in the States. She's artistic and a designer. She's a very bright lady - and she's pretty surprised by all the attention.
"But I did warn her. I said I came with a 'health warning.' It is very nice to be with someone who brings an extra dimension.
"Inevitably, when you're with someone for 18 years and before that I was with my first wife Gill for 11 years, you get to know each other. But it's quite exciting to be in that different situation where you're in that early stage of your relationship."
At the moment though, Noel says he has no plans to wed Marjan.
"I'm not in a relationship which is that serious," he said. "I did actually say 'No' recently when I was asked if I would ever get married again? But I did also say I would never go in a TV studio again - so I'm not saying never, never, never."
Even when he was off our TV screens, Noel remained a wealthy man. He has radio and TV interests among a whole host of businesses and is worth more than £20million. Then there's his new contract with Deal Or No Deal. Noel insists, despite reports, that he is yet to sign a new contract. But Channel 4 sources are adamant he will soon be Britain's top-paid presenter with a £3million deal - a title he claimed in his earlier years of fame too.
Noel is also house-hunting in the West Country and has viewed Princess Michael Of Kent's Nether Lypiatt estate in Gloucestershire. But as a keen rider and President Of The British Horse Society, he says the stables were not up to scratch. And he bemoaned the lack of privacy that meant people could see far into the grounds from the main road.
"They were asking £5.5million for it," Noel revealed. "And no one will pay anywhere near that."
For now, life could not be sweeter for the man who first made his name on Radio 1 in the 1970s before becoming a kids' favourite on BBC1's Saturday morning hit Multi-coloured Swap Shop.
He added: "I've got a pile of offers to do other things from radio to other TV shows. But until someone invents the 36-hour day I've got a bit of a problem."
For a moment he ponders his life - the homes split between France and England, his "cosmic" ordering and his new happiness - and dismisses building up his workload.
"Why would I want to?" he asks.