The universe is mysterious and how one person perceives it will be slightly different than another. In the same way, while the Law of Attraction is universal in principle, how it is approached and applied varies.
The basics are the same for everyone. After all, IT IS ALL ENERGY. But because every person has unique experiences and perspectives, the applications will differ.
This is simply a fact within this 3 dimensional reality we currently exist in. As a result, even Law of Attraction coaches and experts have different ways of defining and sharing their methods.
One thing to remember is that there is no wrong way of approaching the Law of Attraction. Different does not mean “wrong”. Belief that the Law of Attraction works in creating your personal reality is what matters most.
With that in mind, let us take a look at 20 Law of Attraction books to read in 2020. These are recommended for their effectiveness and versatility in applying the Law of Attraction for people in all walks of life.
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
If we’re talking about the Law of Attraction, a list of the best books about it would be incomplete without including Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich. This is the grandfather of the modern ideas and concepts about the Law of Attraction that everyone should have.
The Secret by Rhonda Byrne
This was originally released as the ground-breaking film that introduced the concepts of The Law of Attraction to millions of people. Available in 50 languages, The Secret provides a modern-day gateway for new LoA followers and a useful teaching tool for veterans.
The Law of Attraction: The Basic Teachings of Abraham by Esther and Jerry Hicks
Esther and Jerry Hicks have been Law of Attraction proponents that have been prominent since the 1980s. “Abraham” provides unique perspectives about applying LoA to everyday lives. Whether it is about money, love, health, or even the most mundane chores, there is something here that can be useful.
The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: A Practical Guide to the Fulfillment of Your Dreams by Deepak Chopra
Deepak Chopra’s Seven Spiritual Laws of Success remains one of the simplest, but most effective, definitions and explorations of the Law of Attraction. Chopra’s ideas are easy to disseminate, especially when attempting to explain how to practically apply LoA concepts to change one’s beliefs about the programming of society that create blockages.
Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda
Paramahansa Yogananda is often considered as the father of Yoga in the modern Western civilization. This book is the one that Steve Jobs himself drew inspiration from until the end of his life. It presents interesting and entertaining accounts of the more esoteric areas of the Law of Attraction.
Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins
The Law of Attraction is not always referred to directly as The Law of Attraction. Tony Robbins explores familiar concepts about self-improvement, mastery of emotions, and harnessing inner power. These are the same elements found in the Law of Attraction, but with a different labeling.
The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be by Jack Canfield
Manifestation is at the core of the Law of Attraction. Jack Canfield presents how to manifest effectively. Like his other bestseller, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Jack shares the steps in successful manifestation in a way that is easy to understand.
The 5 Second Rule: Transform your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage by Mel Robbins
Mel Robbins has taken what she knows and has experienced herself on applying the Law of Attraction. Robbins has had a difficult series of events. Through the Law of Attraction, particularly her 5 second principle in making decisions, she shares how others can do the same to improve their lives.
Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek
Simon Sinek interviews noteworthy leaders of our time. What he finds is that many of these leaders have the same idea about where to start. And that is by asking “why”. The basic question is asked in reference to the goal and motivations of these leaders that led them to accomplish greatness.
Mind Right, Life Right: Manifesting Dreams Through The Laws of The Universe by Ash Cash
Another book that explores simple methods in applying Law of Attraction principles, Ash Cash does it in a very straightforward way. The more elaborate aspects of the Law of Attraction are placed on the side in favor of practical explanations in everyday situations.
The Power of Intention by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
Setting intentions is one of the most important practices encouraged in applying the Law of Attraction. Dr. Wayne Dyer dives deep into the philosophy and strategy of how to use intentions to manifest what you want in your universe. These strategies can benefit both new and old hands in using the Law of Attraction.
You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay
The lessons about how to heal one’s self through the power of beliefs and intentions is the central idea of this book. Louise Hay takes this concept to changing one’s thought patterns in order to heal the mind, body, and spirit.
Wishwork: Make a Wish, Do the Work, and Watch It Come True by Alexa Fischer
“Wishing” is often said to be something to be avoided in applying the Law of Attraction. However, getting rid of blockages takes time. Alexa Fischer uses the familiar concept of wishing, and then using a tool (a bracelet) into translating intentions into manifestation.
Habits for Success: Inspired Ideas to Help You Soar by G. Brian Benson
Like others on this list, Benson explores how to use laymen’s terms into explaining and applying Law of Attraction principles. It particularly takes into account the importance of using imagination to visualize what one wants to create into being. Self-improvement and growth through awareness are also expanded on.
Master Your Thoughts, Master Your Life – By Bhupendra Singh Rathore
Bhupendra Singh Rathore is a relatively new player in the Law of Attraction community of authors, coaches, and experts. But his book does a great job in providing information on how to use the subconscious and unlocking one’s potential through daily practice of visualization and meditation.
The Map to Abundance: The No Exceptions Guide to Money, Success, and Bliss by Boni Lonnsburry
Where most other authors focus on how to set intentions and visualize in order to manifest, Boni Lonnsburry’s own book tackles the blockages. This reverse approach can work better for people who find greater difficulty in understanding what is preventing them from accomplishing their Law of Attraction goals.
I’m Rich Beyond My Wildest Dreams: How to Get Everything You Want in Life by Thomas L Pauley, Penelope Pauley
Another practice that works well beyond visualization is speaking desires into being and journaling. Writing is something anyone can do. Using a journal or a notebook is an effective tool which the Pauley authors delve in thoroughly in this book.
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker
Eker’s book puts a heavy focus on the financial rewards, but it is in no way short on the Law of Attraction ideas and applications. Money and wealth are commonly included in any major goals that LoA practitioners want in their lives. Changing one’s mindset is emphasized to accomplish wealth goals.
The ABCs of Success: The Essential Principles from America’s Greatest Prosperity Teacher by Bob Proctor
Bob Proctor is one of the longest practicing authors and speakers on using Law of Attraction to improve people’s lives. Many of the later authors on this list have been inspired by Bob’s own work, which itself draws a lot from Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich. Proctor makes things accessible with the air of experience that few can match.
Wealth Beyond Reason: Mastering The Law Of Attraction by Bob Doyle
This book by Bob Doyle is geared more towards people who are skeptical about the Law of Attraction. What makes this a great resource is Doyle’s attempt to tie scientific facts to support manifestation. This is a good book for those who would like to explain Law of Attraction principles to others with little to no idea of what it is.
Which book will you read first?
There is a wealth of Law of Attraction books in print, digital, and audio formats available today.
As 2020 progresses in earnest, the above listed are highly recommended as a starting collection for those interested in applying LoA into their own self-discovery and manifestation success journey. Happy Reading!