Here’s a list of some of my favourite Law of Attraction books and relaxation music. These are all products that I have used myself and very much enjoyed. I hope you find them useful, too! Please note that the image links for these items are affiliate links, which means that if you buy through them I will get a small commission. (It doesn’t cost you anything extra to buy through the affiliate links, if you are so inclined, and any commissions generated help me run this site).
Rhonda Byrne: The Secret
This one, of course, is pretty much the Law of Attraction bible by this point. If you have not yet read The Secret, you need to. Plain and simple. There’s a movie version, too. Worth watching, but you’ll want to read the book. This book will give you the ultimate Cliff Notes version of the Law of Attraction. It uses interview material from a whole whack of personal development experts to explain this stuff. It will inspire you beyond anything you’ve come across before. It is introductory material, however, and you’ll want to supplement with other stuff once you’ve gained a basic understanding of the concepts.
Mike Dooley: Infinite Possibilities
This is one of my all-time favourites! There’s an introduction section on this book that gives a great description of what our whole existence here is (at least, according to Mike Dooley). He describes us as intrepid adventurers who have made the choice to be here because of all the possibilities the experience could offer us. It made a whole lot of sense to me, and this book continues to be a wonderful inspirational resource. I refer back to it often.
Esther Hicks: Ask and it is Given
This is probably one of the great classics in the piles and piles of Abraham-Hicks material available out there. This book is awesome. It’s a wonderful introduction to the Law of Attraction and how it works. In this one, Esther and Abraham give us 22 techniques for manifesting change and shifting your vibrational energy for the good. There’s also a great explanation of the emotional scale, which is really helpful in understanding why telling someone who is depressed to just “snap out of it” doesn’t work. You can choose to be happy… but if you’re in the depths of depression, it’s not going to be instantaneous. Wonderful, wonderful resource with many useful tools.
Louise Hay : You Can Heal Your Life
I first read this one years ago and it annoyed the crap out of me because it felt like a “blame the victim” point of view. But I kept the thing around, and I would find myself looking up any little ailments I had in her handy little reference chart at the back, and I tell you, she was spot on when it came to the emotional or psychological issues at the heart of every one of those ailments. Every. Single. Time. Freaky, but fascinating. I’ve learned that if I can deal with whatever the emotional cause of my “issues” are, the physical symptoms that I’ve manifested seem to clear right up. When they don’t it ends up being that I hadn’t cleared up everything that I thought I had. Definitely worth a read.
Paulo Coelho: The Alchemist
Norman Vincent Peale: The Power of Positive Thinking
This is another one of those great classics that everyone should read at some point in their lives. Word of caution with this one: everything in this one is couched in Christian religious terms, which could be a turn off for some people. If you can wrap your head around this, however (it it helps, just mentally subsitute “the Universe”, “Source”, “Spirit” or whatever works for you whenever he uses the term “God”), I still highly recommend it. The principles and examples Peale cites are powerful and extremely useful for helping to understand how Law of Attraction works in “real life”.
Michael Talbot: The Holographic Universe
Mind blowing. Quantum physics, neuroscience and proof that everything really is One. And what’s even more eye-opening — I thought the holographic universe theory was a new thing, but this theory was first published in the early 70s, and had even been worked on earlier than that! Why is this not bigger news?
Richard Branson: Losing My Virginity
This is Branson’s autobiography, and it’s an absolutley fantastic look at Law of Attraction in action. I’m convinced this is how he built his business empire, whether he knew he was using these principles or not. For a full review, check out the blog article I wrote after I first read this one.
Snatam Kaur: Shanti
This is my ultimate go-to relaxation music. I was introduced to the music of Snatam Kaur through my yoga class, and it’s soooo relaxing. She’s got a lovely voice, and the music is very dreamy, peaceful. I have no idea what she’s actually saying in the lyrics (foreign language for me), but that’s actually a bonus because it let’s me just float with the music rather than paying attention to the words. My very favourite track on this is the first one (“Ek Ong Kaar – Destiny”).