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My whole life I’ve never had an ounce of self-confidence. After my mirror session, I finally had the nerve to challenge my pay scale at work and asked for a raise. I had worked there over 10 years saying to myself, “I’m ready for a raise, I deserve to be happy. I just can’t continue at this pay rate!” Although I kept hoping for 10 years, afraid to speak my truth. I had a feeling I'd catch some attitude from higher-ups. Sure enough, after lunch, my Boss wanted to see me. To my surprise, he gave me a big hike in salary, saying “We would have given you a raise earlier, if you asked us, but we just figured you were already satisfied.” I took the increase and soon got another job at an even higher salary. Thanks, Michael. Your mirror has changed my life.
− Chyla in Altadena, California
Michael - Please Tell everyone not to wait to get their “Will to live” fixed.
I was in a physically abusive relationship for 40 years. Friends, family, police, all begged me to leave for my own good. In the mirror I had a flash that in childhood I was isolated and sent to my room for the slightest infraction. I was a VERY lonely child. I also made the connection that I’d rather put up with the pain of being beaten, than to be alone.
I must say that looking in the mirror for that intense session did something to me. I believe I saw my twin or real self? Is that possible? All I know is that I’ll never be alone and it feels safe and wonderful.Oh! By the way, I remember that you said not to make any decisions and plans, for three days after the seminar. When I got home, my husband saw a radiance in my face, when I walked in.
Usually he would start in on me, whenever I wore a smile. This time, he remarked “What’s wrong with you?” I paused a second and before I could answer he said, “You’re gonna leave me, aren’t you? I can see it in your face!” Michael, It seems that a thousand pound weight has been lifted from my shoulders. With the help of the mirror my self-esteem is stronger than it’s ever been. I am NOT with the abuser any longer. Hooray! I’ve forgiven him and my parents, and my will to live is healthy and strong. Thanks.
− Christine in Alberta, Canada
I watched your NDT video very closely. Because I have no one to help me, I tried it out on myself. The first day I used my left eye plus my right arm to test its strength, which was weak. I realized that the issues were with my father. I thought out very carefully what I wanted to say, then returned to the mirror. After forgiving him for spanking me with his belt several times, which are embedded in my physical memory, I suddenly forgave him for dying two weeks before my mother and he were to return from a summer in Europe.
Yesterday I was able to forgive my wife for dying, the trauma I suffered, and the chaotic months leading up to her demise. My right arm, which had been weak, became strong again. I have let go of the pain and suffering. Wednesday will be not a day of mourning but a celebration of our intense love for each other over nearly forty years.
Next comes my mother. I have an idea how to deal with her.
Mike thank you for introducing me to NDT.
− Jason Miller in London, United Kingdom
I had my hearing restored by Michael’s Magic Mirror! I was deaf from early childhood and in one 20 minute mirror session my hearing returned to normal. I really do have a New lease on life. Please tell everyone that this tool is gentle AND powerful. You don’t even have to believe it works. It worked on me and I’m glad it did!
− Margret in Livingston, Montana
I invited Michael to teach a class in my San Jose home in California. We walked into the living room that had close to 40 different seminar certificates on the wall of classes and seminars that I had taken. He turned around and looked at me and said, “WOW! what do you need me for, when you have all of this? I’ve only had two years of City College.”
I said, "I just love learning!"
He said, “Well, do you do anything, with all this stuff that you’ve learned?”
And I said, “Well, actually, no I don’t.” This surprised him completely, because I seemed so capable to him. We did Mirror Work based on the belief I had to be the “perfect daughter” to get my Father to love me. This perfectionism, translated into if I taught these classes; I’d also have to live up to the stuff that I taught.
I didn’t think that I could perfect all that knowledge and put it into practice. I believed all this stuff my entire life, so all I did was collect 40 certificates without doing ANY of them, until I finally realized the jail sentence I had given myself about having to be perfect. After my NDT session, I started teaching the different classes that I had gotten certificates for. I also gave up the idea that I had to be the perfect daughter for myself or my father.
− Linda Taylor in San Jose, California
"New Decision Therapy doesn't work?" thought Kaylyn, when she got back home. Everyone kept asking her, "What’s wrong with you?" Several people asked her this. A third person asked, "Are you okay?"
Kaylyn said, I’m fine! What do you mean, “What’s wrong?” And they said, "Well, you’re so different." She said, "No I’m not. Nothing has happened." They said, "Oh yes it has…you’re so…centered…you’re so soft."
Kaylyn says at least 4 different people told her this, all in one day. She also said that she noticed her eyes were more moist and relaxed than ever before and her eyes seemed to changed to the same size. She always had one eye that was a little larger than the other. This effect lasted 5 weeks, until she had a big blow-up with her husband…....Her eyes went back to dry, almost immediately after the argument. She had originally worked with NDT on her father issues. It seems apparent that now she needs to do it again for her husband.
− Kaylyn Johannsen in South Africa
I wanted [to] let you know that we experienced a suicide of a 20 year old young man in our church early January. The young man’s cousin came to me with suicidal ideation. I tested her for your herbs (relational pain). She finished and is doing great with no more suicidal ideation. Praise God
− Andrea Whalen, RN, BSN