Well, many people are convinced that there is no Linden Method Fraud. I, for one am not so sure. Yes, we have Charles Linden’s word that he is a past sufferer of panic attacks. He makes the claim that he researched and found a method that cured his panic attacks. But when dealing with a health issue like panic and anxiety, one would hope that there would be real concrete evidence placed in front of you as to what the program is about and how it works. If that information is there on the official website, it is buried under an avalanche of testimonials that may or may not be real.
What makes me cautious about the entire thing and suspicious of a Linden Method Fraud is the overly glossy and commercial feeling of the website. Like so many other self-help programs for better diets, or better skin, or what have you, one should approach such thing with ample sense skepticism. For one thing, you should know what is required of you for the methods to work. You should be aware if it requires self-hypnosis, meditation, affirmations, or other techniques. You need to be aware of any diet or lifestyle changes that the program might recommend.
Because the method is hidden so you will pay the fees in order to join the program, there is nothing but hype on the website. This is one thing that makes me wonder if there is a Linden Method Fraud. One reviewer went so far as to buy the program in order to review it. From that review, I gathered a little about how the program actually worked and was able to find the information on the website that hinted at those methods. I was able to get some feel for why people might consider it to not be a fraud, and yet I am not sure myself as to if there is a Linden Method Fraud.
I have concluded that the program uses Asian breathing methods to help counter panic attacks. It features “9 pillars” that you are supposed to listen to for 9 days that will “reprogram” your mind into thinking correctly and reducing panic attacks. Without knowing what these things are, it is impossible to judge how effective they are and since the program wants you to buy that information, there are no reviewers who have said “this is what they tell you”. Does this alone make a Linden Method Fraud? Of course not. But what this method does seem to be is a repackaged bit of wisdom that other cultures have known about for centuries.
I don’t believe there is Linden Method Fraud. Is it worth paying the money for someone else packaging up several techniques that work together that have helped them? Honestly, only you can decide that for yourself. I think I would it if you are suffering from panic attacks.