10 Must Read Books for Law of Attraction Beginners

Ashley and I both agree that whenever we are wanting to learn something new or going through something in life, we stock up on as many books as possible to learn everything we can about it.

The very first book I was ever given on Law of Attraction was The Secret. A lot of people scoff at this book because it became so mainstream. HOWEVER, it truly is a wonderful book to introduce you to law of attraction.

As soon as I finished The Secret I headed straight to the library and checked every book on Law of Attraction. 5 years later I continue to further my education and read anything I can get my hands on. Although it is some of the same information, different authors have different perspectives and some put it in more relatable terms.

I’ve created a list of the 10 Must Read Books for Law of Attraction Beginners. The list is made up of all books I have personally read and wished they would have been recommended to me sooner.

  1. The Secret

  2. Think & Grow Rich

  3. Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Living Your Dreams

  4. Dream It, Do It, List It!

  5. The Alchemist

  6. The Trifecta: secret of Wealth & Abundance

  7. The Power

  8. Manifesting Change

  9. The Power of Intention

  10. The Law of Attraction: The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham

Have you read any of these books or have one that is a must read?! Drop a comment below!

Thanks so much for reading and happy co-creating!



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