Uberman Review

Uberman makes some bold claims: it says that you will learn powerful new techniques for creating the life you want and will learn how to obliterate anything that stands in your way.

So does it live up to its own hype?

Or is it just another book trying to teach you how to use the law of attraction?

Overview of Uberman

Uberman book imageThere are a number of different formats available – paperback or Kindle from Amazon as well as a downloadable PDF. My preference is the downloadable Uberman PDF as it contains clickable links to the support videos.

It’s also the cheapest version if you take advantage of the site’s trickery – don’t buy it on the first screen you come to. Instead try to close the window and you’ll get a box that says “Stay on this page”. Click the option to stay and the price drops by half. Not something I particularly agree with as it disadvantages people but since it’s there and I’ve told you about it, use it to drop the price to just under $10. Which makes Uberman a bargain.

So what’s in the Uberman book?

It starts off with a technique for getting feedback from your body. This is based on kinesiology (muscle testing) and works a treat. You’re given lots of practical examples and there’s also a support video to help if you get stuck.

Once you’ve got the hang of getting feedback from your body, you’re taught how to center yourself. This is another easy to use technique that has fast results. And fast results are important in our hectic modern lives, otherwise most of us have a habit of moving on to the next “shiny penny”. Again, this is all backed up by videos that are well worth watching.

The 3rd chapter shows you how to manifest a magical life. This explains two “power tools” that (as with a lot of things) were quietly missing from the movie The Secret. They’re neatly explained and the book claims you should be able to get to use them in about 5 minutes. I’d personally suggest a bit longer as it took me that long to read and understand them but probably not much more that double that, which is pretty good going.

The meat of the Uberman book then starts in earnest. You’re shown some simple techniques for manifesting money and other good things in your life. Again, everything is well explained and easy to follow.

Uberman Pros and Cons

Like everything else that’s good to do with the law of attraction, Uberman requires you to put a bit of effort in. Not much but definitely more than just sitting back and hoping.


  • The book is well written and clearly explains what you need to do to get Uberman to work for you
  • Video demonstrations help clarify what’s being taught
  • It actually lives up to the hype (not a given in this market!)


  • Sneaky trick to allow you to get the lowest price. Not really consistent with manifesting abundance
  • Paperback and Kindle versions less easy to use the web links

Overall Uberman verdict

This is one of the better books I’ve come across about using the law of attraction.

I’d recommend the PDF version of Uberman as it’s cheaper than the paperback and easier to click the links.