I’m a law of attraction practitioner and I’ve got my own law of attraction book, so why would I be doing a law of attraction book review? Simple, I love reading, I love a good book and every author has a different way of explaining things. My own book is a simple beginners guide to using the law of attraction. This book is completely different
In the book I’m reviewing today, Living The Law of Attraction, you’ll read real life stories of people manifesting health, wealth, and happiness.
The book has been praised by Bob Doyle and Marie Diamond (from The Secret) and with good reason.
This is a law of attraction book unlike any other I’ve read.
The reason I love it so much is that it’s about real people and not the rags to riches kind of stories we’re so used to. Whilst these kinds of stories are impressive, I have found them to be hard to relate to a lot of the time and when I speak to my clients, they often feel the same.
In my experience, it’s often the small things that make a huge difference. I love to hear stories of people manifesting tickets for a concert out of the blue, a holiday, a new job, a gift, better health…
In the introduction, there are ideas for how to manifest what you want. It’s simple and straightforward, which is how I think any instruction about the law of attraction should be. Far too many people over complicate it.
The stories are set into categories including health and healing, triumph over pain and depression, weight loss success, sport and fitness, success in business, career success, happiness, love and relationships and finishing off with everyday miracles.
A well-read book
I would say I bought this book around 2010 and It’s been well read in that time. This is one I call a 5-minute read book. The introduction (in paperback) is 14 pages long and most of the stories are 3-5 pages long, so I often pick this book up and take it with me for a quick break in the garden during my work day.
You don’t need to read the whole book from cover to cover, although I would recommend it the first read through. I certainly have my favourite categories that I dive into for a quick read, to inspire me and to keep me focused.
You can buy this book in Hardback or Paperback. There doesn’t seem to be a kindle version.
Have you read Living the law of Attraction? Let me know your own thoughts on this book below and let me know if you’d like more book reviews. This is a clear 5 Star book for me.