They have written many books on the Law of Attraction, in this post I want to tell you which in my opinion are the best to read and which one is to avoid in order not to waste time and money!
Welcome to my top selection of the Law of Attraction books!
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Best 3 Law of Attraction Books
1. THOUGHT VIBRATION by William W. Atkinson.
Written in 1906, it is still relevant today and explains very well the functioning of the Law of Attraction, in fact, I consider it a fundamental reading for all those looking for a book to really understand the Law of Attraction.
It is a simple, quick-to-read book that explains the psychological basis behind the Law of Attraction.
This book explains how positive thinking is the basis for getting everything you want in life, but as a starting point and not an endpoint, as many misunderstand the Law of Attraction, and illustrates how our thoughts attract and make them real the things we think about.
2. THE KEY by Joe Vitale: Being Joe one of my Masters, I can only speak well of him.
In this book, which can easily be considered the sequel to “The Secret“, Joe Vitale explains exactly HOW to activate the Law of Attraction in your life, giving real-life examples.
If you’ve tried using the Law of Attraction and it didn’t work, you will surely find the answers you are looking for in this book.
The book contains specific exercises to get rid of limiting beliefs and get The Key to open the lock that keeps our mind closed.
3. THE 7 DAYS MENTAL DIET by Emmett Fox.
This is a very special book, to give to all the pessimists, negative and whining ones you have in your life, or even for yourself to give yourself a gift (as I did):
For 7 days, Emmett Fox challenges you to cultivate ONLY beautiful and positive thoughts, and if you find yourself wallowing in negativity … you have to start over another week!
If Atkinson or Vitale explains how positive thinking is fundamental to getting what you want in life, Fox goes further, forcing you to think positive and showing you with facts that positive thinking is a choice that must be renewed every day, because the world will always be a strain on your optimism.
2 Good Law of Attraction Books
After having named what for me are the three best books on the Law of Attraction, I want to tell you about the “so-so” books, those texts that are definitely worth reading if you want to become (like me) a teacher and practitioner of the Law of Attraction, but that you can save yourself if you’re just curious about it.
Let’s face it: this book is simplistic and written with the clear intention of reaching the masses.
Absolutely noble purposes, but if you rely only on this you get a distorted and trivialized vision of the Law of Attraction, so much so that it was then followed by numerous other in-depth texts such as The Magic, Hero, The Power, and the aforementioned and beautiful (yes) The Key.
Despite this, it is not to be thrown away, and if a person is just curious can take a look at it to understand how the Law of Attraction has been very popular.
2. THE MASTER KEY SYSTEM by Charles Haanel
Challenging book, in 24 lessons it helps to improve one’s thoughts and to develop a mind oriented towards positivity, success, and abundance.
It was originally a weekly correspondence course, and to maintain its effectiveness, each chapter of the book develops a lesson that must be taught for a week before moving on to the next.
Some concepts are repeated several times to make them settle well in the reader’s mind.
Excellent for those who start their journey in developing a growth mindset, it is a bit heavy and repetitive for those who are already oriented towards positive thinking by nature.
The Worst Law of Attraction Book (for me)
Well yes, not all that glitters is gold, and even among the books on the Law of Attraction there are certain that we could do without, in particular one, which is …
THE GREATEST SECRET by Rhonda Byrne.
A brick made up of quotes from other authors with slightly misleading, not to say weird ideas about how the human mind works and the nature of being.
Very heavy to read, repetitive, and frankly useless.
Unless you are a true fan or collector of books on the Law of Attraction, save your hard-earned money!
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There Are So Many!
There are so many books on the Law of Attraction!
If I were to start writing an article with ONLY those I know the job would be difficult and I would run the risk of getting you terribly bored.
This is why I have decided to offer you only those that I believe are fundamental for understanding the Law of Attraction, neglecting many others equally valid, but which always repeat the same concepts.
There are many authors who have dealt with these topics and surely you can like them!
I hope you liked my short rundown on the 5 best books on the Law of Attraction + 1 to avoid and stimulate you to deepen the topic and learn more about this fascinating subject.
Did you already know these books? Do you agree with my judgments or would you have cited other authors?
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