Interest in manifestation has been a hot topic for so many years that hundreds of books have been written on the subject. Finding the best law of attraction books can be a challenge because it’s partly an individual matter.
It’s also largely dependent on where you happen to be on your journey. A particular book may resonate with you on one level during the first read, and subsequent readings later on will strike some new and completely different chords within you.
This selection of LOA books does not include all the newest nor all the oldest writings, but rather a mix of both. These authors are favorites because they offer powerful messages written in a way that encourages you to open your mind and absorb what will be most meaningful and valuable to you.
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Most of the books below are available in hardcover, paperback, and e-reader (Kindle, etc.) editions. Some are also available as audio books.
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Law of Attraction Books by Rhonda Byrne
At the top of the list is Rhonda Byrne because her books have been incredibly popular in recent years. If you are at all familiar with the law of attraction you’ve probably heard of “The Secret”, and you might have even seen the movie. The book is a wonderful, easy read that’s a perfect introduction for those new to the topic, as well as a good back to basics message for anyone. You can go through in one sitting, but you’ll come back to it time and again to reread the refreshing little nougats of wisdom. It’s amazing how you can open the book at random and discover a passage that “just happens” something you really needed to hear at the moment.
Ms. Byrne’s other books are equally as good as the first. In fact, a personal favorite is “The Power”, and though I typically prefer hard cover books (see my personal remark below), I highly recommend the audio version of this book because hearing it read by the author herself has quite a powerful impact.
Law of Attraction Books by Napoleon Hill
The concept of the law of attraction certainly isn’t new. Napoleon Hill’s classic “Think and Grow Rich” was first published in the 1930s and is still a best seller today. Mr. Hill dedicated his life to teaching others about the principles of success and has been referred to as the “cornerstone of modern motivation”. His book “Think and Grow Rich” is available in its original unedited version as well as a newer release that has been updated for the 21st century.
Law of Attraction Books by Esther Hicks (Abraham Hicks)
At first glance you make dismiss Abraham as woowoo, but even skeptics can appreciate these books and here’s why. To explain, Esther Hicks is the author, but she claims to be channeling a group of non-physical beings that are collectively named Abraham. If you think that’s preposterous, it doesn’t matter. Why? Because even if Ms. Hicks is making all this up as she goes, it’s still some of the most profound an insightful wisdom you’ll ever read. If everyone on earth started today living by the teachings of Abraham, as related by Esther Hicks, we’d have world peace by tomorrow.
A personal favorite is “The Astonishing Power of Emotions”. Regardless of what you may think of Abraham, this is one of the best “psychology” books you’ll ever read, especially if you’re dealing with sorrow or a bad time in your life. It’s practical (in some cases step-by-step) advice that can help you get from where you are to a much better place, so instead of living as a victim you can start creating the life you want.
Law of Attraction Books by Dr. Wayne Dyer
Oh my, where to begin?! Wayne Dyer is internationally renowned as an author, speaker, and teacher in self-development and spiritual growth. In his life time he experienced everything from being placed in an orphanage as a child to surviving Leukemia as an adult. His messages are profoundly meaningful because they come from his own human experience. He always had a genuine desire to show others that it is truly possible for each of us to live an extraordinary life. He set the example in the way he lived, and though he is no longer with us, he left a wealth of teachings from which we can continue learning.
Law of Attraction Books by Joe Vitale
From once being homeless, Joe Vitale has created a life of abundance for himself and now teaches from experience. He appeared in the movie “The Secret” and has written numerous books on the subject. He has a PHd in Metaphysical Science and is also an ordained minister. The focus of his teaching is to help people in understanding the law of attraction and achieving their dreams.
Recommended By You!
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Recommended by Mary Vieira
… a personal aside
Why I Still Buy “Real” Books
First, I should note that I do like audio books because they are great for traveling or even around town running errands. Otherwise, my personal preference is hardcover or paperback for this kind of reading because it’s more than just reading a book. It’s the whole experience … the peaceful pleasure of settling down in a comfy chair, enjoying the quiet, and freeing my mind to really absorb the message in the author’s words. In those moments I just like the feel of the book in my hands.
Maybe that comes from spending so much time staring at a computer screen. A book, the old fashioned kind, won’t “do” anything to distract you – no email alerts, no popup ads, no security warnings, no update alerts or low battery warnings. And it won’t crash on you! Perhaps the appeal is that in this digital age, a plain ole book offers a unique kind of escape, one that helps keep me grounded in the present.