Any list of the Best Law of Attraction books is likely to inspire some debate as to what to include and where to place each title in the Top Ten. Here’s our take on it. You may have other ideas and we’d love to know what you think. Add your comments at the foot of this post.
Books open you up to a whole new world. Getting lost in a good book can feel like escaping to another reality. Reading books may be the single best thing you can do to expand your mind and open up your awareness. This is never more true than with this subject. It can also help to listen to the authors speak as they narrate their books.
A good book can help you answer those questions you have about your life, including those questions related to the Law of Attraction.
There are literally hundreds if not thousands of books written about the Law of Attraction and it can be difficult to know where to begin if you are seeking knowledge. Despite the fact that there are hundreds of titles to choose from, a few of these books stand out among the crowd.
When looking at the best Law of Attraction books – it’s hard not to acknowledge the book that sparked renewed interest in the Law of Attraction, The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. While no one person can really claim to have invented the Law of Attraction there are a few titles that are classics within the field.
The Secret has gained phenomenal recognition over the years, but the book merely restates what some of the classics have already stated. Thanks to the amazing power of social media and testimonials and stories, The Secret helped bring a new awareness to the principles behind the Law of Attraction.
Best Law of Attraction Books
Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill
Excuses Begone – Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
The Vortex – Esther and Jerry Hicks
Ask and it is Given – Esther and Jerry Hicks
Money and the Law of Attraction – Esther and Jerry Hicks
The Power of Intention – Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
The Science of Getting Rich – Wallace D. Wattles
The Master Key System – Charles F. Haanel
Be Rich – The Science of Getting What you Want – Robert Collier
Thoughts Are Things – Prentice Mulford
There are of course many books you could put on this top ten list, but these Napoleon Hill books are classic.
Think and Grow Rich was first published in 1937 and the book has sold millions of copies since then.
Although the book seems to be focused around the idea of getting rich, the philosophies can be applied to any area of life. Napoleon couldn’t have said it simpler when he said:
Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.
Wayne W. Dyer recently passed away, but his books live on in both print and audio. Dyer helped up further understand that our thoughts, programmed since birth, rule our lives and that in order to change our lives we have to make an adjustment in our thoughts.
Excuses Begone portrays the same message as Dyer’s other books, helping readers understand how important it is to focus on the positive. As you read his books or listen to his voice you begin to realise just how many negative thoughts you think during the course of a single day.
With practice you can change your thought patterns and start to think more positively. Your mind, emotions, and your body will reap the benefits.
Jerry and Esther Hicks have written a number of books on the Law of Attraction.
The Vortex, Ask and it is Given and Money and the Law of Attraction are merely a few. The pair has written over 600 books and each book channels the wisdom of Abraham, a non-physical entity who has explained the law from a variety of angles.
Each of these wonderful books is special and they help you understand the ebb and flow of the universe. If you can open up your mind to the knowledge and wisdom of Abraham, you can gain invaluable knowledge.
The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles was first published in 1910 and it helped to inspire millions of books about the Law of Attraction. This classic book can help you overcome mental barriers that you create for yourself by your habits of thought.
As the title suggests, Wattles believed that it’s possible to acquire riches by applying a scientific formula that is as certain and repeatable as any in algebra or arithmetic. Using logic and method Wattles guides the reader into clarity of thought.
This 1910 classic became the inspiration for countless books that followed in the 20th Century.
The Master Key System by Charles F. Haanel (1866-1949) was originally designed as a correspondence course, giving its student’s step by step instructions and practical lessons about the Law of Attraction.
Haanel, named by some as the father of personal development, wrote several bestselling books focusing on his successful business technique, including Mental Chemistry and The New Psychology.
While it may be old, it is still a classic work. It is widely read by entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley and demand for copies is still high as a result of their endorsements.
Be Rich – The Science of Getting What you Want by Robert Collier also offers some simple guidance on how to become rich in all areas of your life, beyond wealth and prosperity. The book is a wonderful pick-me-up and can offer you some great tips on making the Law of Attraction work for you.
Collier describes both spiritual and practical steps to take in order to achieve material goals. He draws upon ideas recorded in the Bible and elsewhere. This easy to read book can be read cover to cover and then kept as a reference, a guide to remind oneself when a boost of inspiration is needed.
Thoughts Are Things by Prentice Mulford (1834–1891) is over one hundred years old. The idea of the book – that thoughts become things – is quite simple, but still very powerful. If you want to gain an understanding of the power of your thoughts, this book is a real winner.
Mulford was an advocate for the New Thought movement and he is credited with inventing the term ‘Law of Attraction’. He was a literary humorist and a contemporary of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Mulford was born in New York then went to live in California for sixteen years. before returning to the city of his birth.
Neville Goddard (1905-1972) was an influential New Thought Teacher who wrote a book called Feeling is The Secret, among others. Neville was ahead of his time and he wrote a lot about the importance of feeling and its relationship to the subconscious mind.
Neville believed that no idea can be impressed on the subconscious until it is felt and he truly believed that one who was in control of their feelings was truly in control of their life.
Neville believed that those who dwell on the feelings of difficulties and obstacles proceed to produce those same difficulties and obstacles in their life. In other words, you are already that which you want to be, and the only obstacle is your refusal to believe that.
Whatever book you are drawn to is the probably the right book for you, but the fact of the matter is that any of these books would be a great read if you are seeking more knowledge about the Law of Attraction.
As with other books in this list, you can dip into it for inspiration. Open it at random on any page and you’ll find something that inspires you.
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