Favorite LOA Resources

May 29, 2015 | 25 Comments »

Favorite Law of Attraction Resources: What's on Your Radar?Rolling as a conscious creator in a muggle world isn’t always easy.

One day we’ll be telling grandkids how conscious creators used to be the minority, which will boggle their minds.

But in the meantime, stacking the deck in our favor with LOA friendly resources helps keep us on our best manifesting toes.

Which is what inspired this list of our favorite resources for law of attraction support.

I’ll share the favorites I rely on on daily – and invite you to do the same. That way we’re bound to discover new treasures to help sharpen our manifesting skills!

Here’s my top three list:

1. Notes from the Universe

Mike Dooley’s Notes have been upgrading my inbox for the last 12 years. (Maybe longer, if I could remember my old email address to check.)

Five days a week that genius guy delivers a short yet inspiring reminder of how the system works, with tips on how I can work it. They’re funny, they’re effective, and I’ve never skipped a single one.

Almost everyone seems to believe the notes are written just for them, since it’s so often exactly what we needed to hear that day.

If you don’t already get these Notes, you can sign up for free here.

2. Abe Quotes Yahoo Group

I’ll be showing my age on this one, too, but I’m a big fan of having Abraham quotes delivered to my inbox via this Yahoo Group.

It’s dedicated “solely for the sending of direct Abraham quotes” and lets members submit their favorite Abe quotes to be delivered to all subscribers. Some of the quotes are classics from years past, and some are from their most recent workshops.

Here was today’s quote:

“You can reduce lines in your face. You can receive a psychic, vibrational facelift.  You can regenerate your heart valves. You can restore the fillings in your teeth. You can add marrow back to your bones. You can add resiliency back to your joints.  There is not one of you–if they can take a cell from your toe and create a whole ‘nother you from the cell from your toe, we think there’s enough regenerative power to get what you want. But you can’t get there from a place of being unhappy with where you are; because while you’re summoning, you’re blocking at the same time.”

~Abraham-Hicks, N. Los Angeles, CA, 7.14.12

Cool, right?! It’s a great way to synchronistically receive empowering quotes for myself and clients!

The other cool thing about this one is you can access prior quotes by clicking on the “message history” calendar.

To subscribe, email abequotes-subscribe@yahoogroups.com.

3. Good Vibe U

Yes, I may be prejudiced, but my other favorite daily resource for LOA inspiration is Good Vibe University.

For me there’s nothing better than staying plugged into my creative power than hanging out with others who are up to the same game.

GVU has seen nearly a thousand students grace the halls since its inception a few years ago. The forums and call archives are for members only, but there are plenty of free resources for all interested creators.

I know most of you readers are well aware of GVU, but for those new to it, here’s the info page listing member benefits (including a list of courses emailed to members automatically), and a link to the free stuff.

So those are the top three LOA resources I rely on daily. How do you stay plugged in to conscious creation learning and inspiration?

Whether it’s a teacher, a site, an app, a YouTube channel, a manifesting buddy – I’d love to hear what’s on your LOA radar!

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25 Responses to “ Favorite LOA Resources ”

  1. Jacqueline says:

    Hi Jeannette, thank you so much. I subscribed immediately to Mike Dooley and the Abe Quotes Yahoo Group.

    I like the daily mails from Daniel Scranton which I’ve been receiving for a few weeks now.

    <3 Jacqueline

  2. Jeannette says:

    Ooh, I didn’t know Daniel send out daily emails! Good to know.

    Thanks, Jacqueline! 🙂

  3. Rick Hamrick says:

    Jeannette, I freely admit to a personal interest in this resource — heck, I’m the one who sets them up every week after Julia comes up with them — and I won’t let that hinder me advising everyone to take a look.

    Love Letters from Easy World are delivered via email five days a week. You can see today’s and sign up to receive them yourself here:

    Thanks for all you do to keep LOA on the radar, Jeannette!

  4. Jeannette says:

    Yay! There’s another fabulous resource I didn’t know about!

    Thank you, Rick!

    Signing up now …

  5. Amanda says:

    I also get “thoughtsfromtheuniverse.com” every day.

    Each bit helps!

  6. Jeannette says:

    “Thoughts” from the Universe – did not know that one, Amanda!

    Thanks for the link. 🙂

  7. Karen says:

    I get Notes from the Universe too, and of course there is yours, and Janette Dalgliesh. But mostly, my go to thing is always one phrase from Estraham: reach for a better feeling thought. Ultimately, I’m a DIY’er, and my resources are for times I need to get back on track. But you can’t beat going within and consulting your own inner knowing, but that’s what being in the Sweet Spot is all about. Which reminds me, Abraham’s Sweet Spot on Facebook is one of my faves too. It’s all about the better feeling thought for me. Like at 3 am this morning when I was fretting over something at work. I just got back to – don’t worry about it, everything always works out for you, you know everything you’ve ever worried about has worked out fine. So, back to sleep I went.

  8. Jeannette says:

    Super cool, Karen, that you’ve developed that discipline that you can use your SELF as the go-to resource! That’s a good example to share here. Thank you!

    And I’ll look for that fb group, too. 🙂

  9. Sandeep says:

    Hi Jeannette,

    Good to read Abraham’s message and your candid suggestion to let the contrary vibes go away and to get out of the way of Universe for Heaven’s sake.

    Love and regards


  10. Jeannette says:

    Glad you enjoyed it, Sandeep.

    In fact, you’re reminding me that one of my favorite “resources” to help me stay plugged into my creative power is the interaction with fellow creators here!

    Thanks for being one of them. 🙂

  11. Mia says:

    My favorite LOA resource – actually the only one that resonates with me – is your Good Vibe Blog and I also enjoy the newsletter you’re sending out.

    I love that you make the LOA so practical and easy to understand, far more down to earth than many other resources.

    Often what you write is just what I need to hear (read) in that moment.

    P.S.: I must admit that I have read *lots* of LOA resources for probably more than 25 years and I’m still somewhat of a skeptic. I do like your take on ths subject though.

    Mia 🙂

  12. Jeannette says:

    What a nice compliment, Mia!

    Thank you! 🙂

  13. Peter says:

    Hi Jeanette.

    I don’t have any personal resources to *learn* from as I take my own guidance and know I’ll be delivered what I need to know or have when I need it (like James Bond and his gadgets: he needs that gadget for this movie and he’ll never need it again).

    But I do come to your blog and GUV along with a Bashar FB page simply to keep connected with open-minded, positive and forward-looking souls. Not much else, really … at the moment!

  14. anonymous says:

    Hi Jeannette and readers,
    I don’t know what to do. I’m in a really bad place. Unbearable excruciating pain, barely able to make it through the day.

    I attempt to take responsibility for everything in my life, including the events which I’ve felt the most pain from, but this always seems to backfire and send me into a greater negative cycle of self blame and even more guilt. Just today and last night I did an exercise that I expected to help me see how my actions led me into all the situations throughout my life where I feel unlucky, conspired against, or just overall bad about. This made me feel worse, because so many times throughout my life I’ve really done things wrong or did not have strong enough desire to take action towards, and there is no one but myself to blame.

    I am not proactive enough towards my dreams and even getting into a better situation. Every time I take a step in that direction or even plan it, nothing happens, or I back out and get a bad feeling. I feel a lot of anxiety and fear around doing things that would improve my circumstances.

    I’ve been doing things that feel good and bring joy to get into a space where inspired actions are supposed to flow effortlessly…still nothing has improved. And I often feel stuck in a waiting space, waiting for the good feeling and result-producing actions to come, but they don’t show up.

    A (growing) part of me feels that I will never get what I want while I am alive. That I will only get the things I really, really want once I die.

    I often feel so tired, I don’t want to wake up and be reminded of all the terrible crap I’ve created and how I’ve not been responsible enough to take action towards changing it. How do you take responsibility without self-blame and improve your life once and for all? How do you get unstuck when you feel no way out, like things will never improve?

  15. Sandeep says:


    After reading your tale, I your sorrow.

    Try the Gayatri Mantra at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8HtbFugrW8

    Love and Peace to You

  16. Jeannette says:

    Peter, I like your Bond analogy! ha

    Anonymous, when you said you do things that feel good and bring you joy – that IS the improvement. That in itself is already a huge win worth acknowledging.

    And Sandeep, thanks for the link. 🙂

    • anonymous says:

      Thanks Jeannette, I guess I have to be more satisfied with just the feeling and with whatever smaller manifestations or signs come into my reality that show I’m on the right path. the full manifestations aren’t here, but they are coming.

  17. Hi,

    Thanks for your top three list. I just came to your site kind of looking, but this interests me enough that I am dedicating the next three sessions on line to checking out each of your recommendations to see what “fits” where I am right now.

    Thanks again.

  18. S says:

    Hi Jeannette,

    I was wondering if you or other readers here could give me some insight into a situation. I really want to be a singer. I love the idea of singing, imagining being on stage performing feels so much fun and so joyful, releasing great albums, being really renowned and famous, being a celebrated artist, etc. But when it comes to actually singing, I don’t sing so much. I rarely practice, and when I go to practice and record myself, whether songs or exercises (songs are much more fun) it often feels really hard and forced. And I have to motivate myself to do it. I’ve also taken voice lessons in the past with several different teachers and hated it!

    I feel like if I want to be a singer, then shouldn’t I be singing all the time? I don’t, it doesn’t feel good and doesn’t flow or happen naturally. I visualize myself as a singer a lot, and that is fun and feels good, but I don’t take action towards becoming one. I haven’t performed live, uploaded songs to the internet, written or composed songs, etc. So I’m really confused what should I do in terms of this dream. I really want this, but don’t know why I’m not taking action towards it. I just like feeling the feelings of being there, but the journey feels really strenuous.

    Thank you so much for your reply x

    • Jeannette says:

      S, I’m super curious to explore the core desire here …

      … because it may be there are better ways for Universe to satisfy it.

      As in, say I wanted to be a mother. But the thought of actually having a child with a man was not something I was moving forward with, for some reason. Maybe if I looked at my deeper desire, I would discover that my true desire is to feel needed. Or maybe it’s to nurture and grow something wonderful into the world. Or maybe it’s to feel a sense of family connection.

      Whatever it is (in my hypothetical example), if I could identify the core desire and focus on THAT, that opens doors for Universe to deliver it in easier and more authentic ways, perhaps.

      For example, if I wanted to feel needed or important in the world, I could volunteer my services somewhere. Or I wanted to create something amazing, I could find a different creative outlet. Or if it was to feel connected, I could activate that vibration in other ways.

      Not saying this is what you need to look at, but based on what you shared I’d be super curious to hear what it is about performing on stage that appeals to you so much.

  19. Hi S,

    Sometimes “being in love with the idea” is not the same as being in love with the reality. I really don’t think any artist can get by with just “feeling”. Practice has been the mainstay of Ballerinas, athletes, guitarists, and singers, just to name a few. Napoleon Hill certainly emphasized the power of imagination, but also declared the necessity of a plan to achieve what is being imagined and felt. It sounds like right now you lack a strategy and plan, to take it from being in love with the idea, to being in love with the reality will require a degree of work and effort, that must be felt as rewarding in themselves as well. Perhaps how would it feel to you if after a hard practice you succeeded in hitting all the right notes and doing all the right practice and hitting it and nailing it? Challenging efforts often give the greatest feelings of accomplishment. Just my two cents worth.

    • anonymous says:

      Hello Dr. RoeBuck,

      Thank you for your comment. Since posting I’ve had some more insights as to why I have been feeling this way. I think a big part of the reason is I put a lot of pressure on myself, always recording whenever I sing and criticizing every mistake, therefore making it a chore rather than enjoyable, another way to tear myself down. I also feel that it’s very possible that I’ve been going about this the wrong way. When I’ve tried the “traditional” ways to sing (stand still at a certain distance from the microphone, focus on the technique rather than emotion) I become really tense. I do notice though that when I dance, the song just flows right out! And even if I’m not recording, the sound feels right, it feels natural and flowing. Another thing I do that could be getting in the way…singing other people’s songs with their vocals. When I sing songs without music, it feels better and there is more flow. Maybe if I can inspire myself to write songs again, the singing would really flow. I feel that overall, I work myself up a lot over this. The path ahead feels very overwhelming and difficult, I admit. I hope that over the next day or two I will get some new inspiration as to what to do next, the next step on the path, if this is even what would give me the most joy.

      • Jeannette says:

        Nice insight, Anonymous! And yes, criticism or not feeling ‘enough’ would spoil any part!

        Sounds like you’d do well to start a self-love practice to make room for the next inspirations to unfold. 🙂

  20. Wow, you have it seems to me identified both the challenge and centered on a couple possible solutions to the challenge. It might be time to love who you are now in the moment as Jeannette pointed out and move along with your more inspired conclusions and feelings.

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