In this post I’m going to share with you my favorite law of attraction books to help you get the life you truly desire.
Some of these books are more advanced than others but they are all valuable in their own way with different perspectives that will help you understand LOA on a deeper level.
Let’s dive right in.
Best Law of Attraction Books at a Glance
8 Books on The Law of Attraction: Reviews
It’s hard to choose one book that is the best as these are all as good as each other. Some (if not, all) may need to be read multiple times to fully understand each concept. I personally recommend reading all of them.
In this book by James Allen, he talks about how our thoughts create everything we experience in life. It’s a very short read, but is filled with so much wisdom.
It was published in 1903 but is still relevent today. In fact, what we now know in psychology what wouldn’t have been understand back makes this books more relevant today than when it was released.
Two of my favorite principles in the book are thought and character and thought on circumstance.
Thought and character explains that what we think creates an image of who we believe we are which shapes our character.
Thought on circumstance explains the principle of what we now know to be internal locus of control. Most people think it is our circumstances that keeps us from achieving what we want in life but that is working from the outside in, where in fact the oposite is true.
It is our own mind that hinders our success. When we understand that it is not our circumstance that dictates our life, but our own minds that create the circumstances that we experience, it give us all the power to create what we want in life.
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This is an incredible book by Ester and Jerry hicks, first published in 1989.
The book is actually a series of questions answered by multi-dimentional beings named Abraham who is channelled through Ester.
It goes into great detail about how the Law of Attraction works and two other laws that many teachers don’t talk about.
These other laws are The Law of Deliberate Creation and The Law of Allowing.
The law of deliberate creation states that we are the creators of our own experience whether it’s deliberate or not. In other words, we create our lives into existance with our thoughts whether we are aware of it or not. It is only when we are focusing on what we want deliberately, that we can start to experience what we want instead of what we do not want.
The Law of Allowing means I am that which I am and allow and accept whatever is to be which they are. And others are which they are and while that might be different to what you are, that is also good and shouldn’t be seen as wrong or bad as this will only cause restistance and miscreation of what you want to create in life.
This is one of my all time favourite books which I’ve read no less than 15 times. It is one that I turn to many times each year to remind myself of the profound teachings.
Written by Wallace D. Wattles and published in 1910, it boils down becoming rich to an exact science.
Although the book talks about how to get rich and does explain in detail exactly how anyone can become wealthy, at the heart of it’s teaching, it is a step by step science of the manifestation process.
My favourite chapter is chapter 13: Getting Into the Right Business, which explai9ns that when we are focusing on the competitive mind, we are cutting off our ability to create. So it is important to focus on our creative mind and allow our good from within to guide us to work on what we are destined to do in this world.
I have this whole chapter printed out and hung up on my wall.
This is my favourite quote from the chapter:
“When you are in doubt, wait. Fall back on the contemplation of your vision, and increase your faith and purpose. And by all means, in times of doubt and indecision, cultivate gratitude.”
This book is more about reality creation than the Law of Attraction and is lot more advanced than most LOA books, but it is extremely powerful when you get it.
Written by the Quantum Physisist, Vadim Zeland and first published in his native country of Russia, then later translated and published in English in 2016.
If you want to take a dive into the esoteric nature of reality and understand what reality is and how it relates to human life on a deep level, then this is the book for you.
If this is the first tiome you’re getting into manifestation or LOA, then I would go with one of the other books on the list or possibly even The Secret whihc is a more basic understanding of the principles.
The main idea behind Reality Transurfing is that unlimited versions of reality exist simultaneously and instead of aquiring goals that exist out there, we move our attention into a reality where the goal is already realised.
This is a book by Richard Dotts, an author I have recently discovered and thoroughly enjoy his style of writing.
Even though the book title suggests how we can attract money, the book itself doesn’t really tell us how we can make money per se, but outlines the principles of how to use the law of attraction correctly and how most people are using the law of attraction to repell money.
We can use these principles Dotts teaches for anything we want, not just to attract money into our lives.
>>> Read my full Dollars Flow to Me Easily Review.
This book is another old classic like The Science of Getting Rich but focuses more around the power of the subconscious mind.
Written by Napoleon Hill and published in 1937, this is one of those books you will want to read many times because you take more from it each time you go back to it.
It explains that our mind is split in two parts, our conscious mind and our subconscious mind and what we get in life is what is impressed in our subconscious.
We can think positively with our conscious mind but if our subconscious is filled with negative thoughts and beliefs then we will experience more negativity in life or find it hard or even impossible to achieve our goals.
This is an extremely inspiring and motivational book by Florence Scovel Shinn, published in 1920.
Instead of outlining a definitive path or concept of the Law of Attraction, it is more about the deeper spiritual principles of universal law.
This is very profound writing and she has inspired many of the greatest spiritual teachers of our time, including Louise Hay who went on to write more t han 20 books on similar topics.
The first thing Shinn declares in the book is that most people think of life as a battle or that it’s hard when really, it can be played like a game and be a lot of fun.
An overal premise of the ideas of the book is about giving and receiving and whatever we put out into the world, will eventually return to us.
This is a very popular book by the amazing Wayne Dyer which was first published in 2004.
He explains that our intention is more than something we do, but on a deeper level is something that is part of who we are as a whole and when we tap into the power of intention, what we want to create becomes easier from within us.
As the title of the books suggests, we are co-creators of our life, meaning that we are creating in the eyes of the one mind, the universe or God though our own intention.
When we create from intention, we are using the power of the universe which has the ability to create worlds and life on planet Earth.
I hope you enjoyed this review of the best books on the law of attraction.
Even though the books in this list are quite different from eachother, they are all helping us understand the nature of the universe and how we can use them to get exactly what we want in life.
If you’re completely brand new to LOA, I would suggest starting with The Law of Attraction by Ester and Jerry Hicks or even something a little more basic, like The Secret which I didn’t add to the list as most people already know about it.
For anyone who wants their mind completely blown and turned upside down, definately read Reality Transurfing. This book is epic!
An if you’re looking for a quick read, go with As A Man Thinketh or The Science of Getting Rich as these are very short and you can read them in less than a couple of hours.