My favourite Law of Attraction books
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This book is so powerful and transforming in the way you think about thinking! This Keepsake Edition includes Allen's Eight Pillars of Prosperity as a bonus and it has beautiful gold gilded pages!
He thinks in secret and it comes to pass;
Environment is but his looking-glass.
This is a collection of three of Wattles best books, including my favourite 'The Science of Getting Rich!' I love that Wattles takes such a practical approach and in his own words " it is intended for those who wish to get rich first, and philosophize later".
In this post I talk about the two key principles in the Law of Attraction, and while the first two books focus on the power of our thoughts, The Strangest Secret really emphasises action. It's a short book and only cost a dollar or two, but I highly recommend checking it out.
Don't concern yourself with the money. Be of service. Build. Work. Dream. Create. Do this and you'll find that there is no limit to the prosperity and abundance that will come to you.
I have these books both in hard copy and on my kindle. I love having them handy on my kindle when I'm travelling, but at home I prefer to flip through the pages.
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