July 30, 2018

5 Must Read LOA Books You Never Heard Of

Okay, if you’re a manifesting geek like me, there aren’t too many law of attraction books you haven’t read.

Or at least heard of.

But for those of you looking for a diversion from mainstream texts like Ask And It Is Given and best-sellers like The Secret, here’s my take on essential reads for serious manifesting students that you won’t find in the front window at Barnes & Noble:

best manifesting books: The I Am Discourses1. The I Am Discourses by St. Germaine

Yes, it’s channeled material. And yes, the language can be a little off-putting.

But I haven’t read anything else that made me more aware or inspired by the power of my words. I already knew that my reality arose from how I spoke it, but this book took that awareness to a whole new level.

A member at Good Vibe U quoted Wayne Dyer from one of his seminars saying that most of you will ignore his advice to read this book (volume 3), but the few of those who do will be well-rewarded for it. She read the book and couldn’t stop raving about it.

She’s why I picked it up, and I am glad I did. It’s not for everyone, but it could be a game-changer for someone reading this now.

Best Manifesting Books: It Is Done!2. It Is Done by Richard Dotts

Richard who? That’s what we all want to know.

I’ve tried multiple times to track this author down to no avail. Whoever Richard Dotts is, his/her books are on the nose. Ok, I haven’t read them all, but if you’re looking for new inspiration to your conscious creation game, Dotts delivers.

They’re easy to read, 100% LOA based, no-nonsense tutorials on engaging your creative powers.

Richard Dotts will make you a better manifestor.

Best Manifesting Books: Parallel Universes of Self3. Parallel Universes of Self by Frederick Dodson

Dodson doesn’t give credit to where he learned the concepts shared in this book, but he’s clearly well-studied on manifesting principles.

This manual feels like a conglomeration of influences from Abraham, Bashar, Neville, and other personal development authors. (And aliens. Probably alien influence, too.)

It’s gigantic (over 600 pages), but the first 100 pages are what lit me up.

No one else talks about multiple realities and how to leverage them for your manifesting benefit the way Dodson does.

If you’re looking for a unique twist on amping up belief in what you want with clear instructions to get there, put this one on your reading list.

Best Manifesting Books: Pollyanna4. Pollyanna by Eleanor Porter

Ok, you’ve heard of Pollyanna, but not as a manifesting book, right?

My dad made me read it when I was in my late 30s. Yes, late 30s. And yes, it is a children’s fiction book.

But dad thought I could use a refresher on appreciation. I thought that was a skill I was well-familiar with – until I saw Pollyanna’s example of it. That’s when I realized how short I was falling with my own practice.

Pollyanna literally changed my world. I don’t know that she’ll do that for you as well, but if it’s been a while since you read it, and if you’re feeling like you come up a little short on joy and heavy on problems, Pollyanna is your girl.

Best Manifesting Books: The Trick To Money Is Having Some5. The Trick to Money Is Having Some by Stuart Wilde

I can’t speak to Wilde’s other works (he is a different guy), but this book is worth adding to your library if you’re interested in manifesting the money.

This author knows the ins and outs of a topic that many fellow creators find elusive. He can help you nail down your financial desires in a hurry.

Straight talk, pure LOA, easy to read, and entertaining to boot. What’s not to love?

I know I promised five manifesting books you’ve never heard of, and that I’m listing a sixth one next, but that’s because I really hope you’ve heard of this one already.

If you haven’t, please go get a copy of:

Best Manifesting Books: Power of Awareness6. The Power of Awareness by Neville Goddard

or, better yet, pick up his whole library. Or google him for the free stuff online.

Power of Awareness was originally published in the 50’s (and it reads like it’s even older than that). Plus he includes a lot of bible quotes. That’ll turn some readers off.

But it’s worth getting past because nothing, and I don’t say this lightly, nothing will inspire you to your manifesting power like Neville will.

I tell people I’m Abraham-trained and Neville-inspired, and if I had to rely on one book or one teacher to help me get a handle on conscious creation, Neville is it for me.

Okay, now it’s your turn to tell me about game-changing LOA books off the mainstream radar.

Can’t wait to hear from you in the comments!

  • I’ve read several of Richard Dotts books on Kindle…it helps deepen the message and gives me aha moments on things I’ve heard and read before. Lately, I’ve been into The Map to Abundance by Boni Lonnsburry.

  • Amiree says:

    Pollyanna is wonderful 🙂 And also is the second book: “Pollyanna grews up” from the same author 🙂

    Richard Dotts, of course. Some times ago I suspected he could be Joe Vitale in fact of how he is using the “let me explain” in his “Dollars flow to me easily” – same pattern in text construction as Joe did in some of his texts and I think in some of his videos also. But who knows? Perhaps we will never find out. And as I can say “Dollars flow to me easily” works like a magic wand, it is no longer important for me who stands behind it – it is just fun to enjoy the reading and the outcome 🙂

    I love your blog, Jeannette, thank you for sharing all these insights with us.

  • Laurie says:

    I’ve read all of Richard Dotts’ book and think they’re great. I also love Pam Grout, Boni Lonnsburry, Florence Scovel Shinn, A Happy Pocket Full of Money, and the Easy World books (just re-read the first one).

    My newest favorites have been all of Genevieve Davis’ books, especially Becoming Genevieve (such an amazing, inspiring story!), Drew Rozell’s books Let It Go and The Very Cool Life Code, and Ming Chee’s Blue Money book.

    Looks like I need to check out Reality Transurfing next!

  • Good list, thanks for sharing, Jeanette. 🙂 I’ve come across Richard Dott’s books but never read them. Will check them out again. I have Pollyanna (quite an old copy that was second hand) but haven’t read it for years. Maybe time to get it off the shelf!

    A couple of my faves (not necessarily non-mainstream but not as popular as some) are The Map by Boni Lonnsburry and Deliberate Receiving by Melody Fletcher.

    • Jeannette says:

      I think you’ll like Dotts, Moonsparkle. And I’ve been meaning to read Melody for some time. I’ve got a nice reading list coming together as a result of the comments here … thanks, everyone!

  • CeeCee says:

    I join you in praise for VOLUME 3 of the I AM Discourses [There are 20 in all] and will only add that VOLUME 19 is dedicated to discourses (by various masters) all about “precipitation” which, in our parlance, is manifestation.
    Interesting to me how these cosmic beings and ancient masters speak on the importance of having clarity and maintaining focus upon the desire, just as our modern day teachers drill us.😮

    Second, I will suggest a passage from the book CHRIST LETTERS which clearly explains the workings of LOA and how manifestation works. It’s in Letter #3 and in Section 4 entitled: The Power of Faith and Belief.
    The book is freely disseminated online in digital format. Just Google Christ Letters or Christ Speaks His Truth. On YouTube it’s called Christ’s Letters- Letter 3 of 9 and this passage is within the first 30-40 minutes.

    Lastly, for any videophiles who might like to see what it actually looks like to live ones life by the Law of Attraction and only speaking of/allowing in that which is desired — I suggest this rather dated gem from 2005 where Julianne Moore stars as real life woman, Evelyn Ryan, who had a knack for WINNING sweeps and contests.

    The movie is not ” woo-woo” in the least but I was amazed at how this lady lived her life and it’s been easier for me to model this behavior since screening this movie on DVD.

    There were scenes that begged the question. “Who does that? Can she really be real? How can she be like that?”

    OK. Big buildup is over. The title is:
    THE PRIZE WINNER of DEFIANCE, OHIO.

    I just researched it and found: Amazon has discs, TubiTV streams it for free and YouTube, GooglePLAY and Microsoft rent it for 2.99

    This movie was my Pollyanna 😏

    Hope some of these gems assist somebody with taking his/her LOA practice up to the quantum leap level!
    Cheers

    • Jeannette says:

      Thanks for the movie tip, CeeCee. I was especially hoping someone would chime in and mention the other I Am discourses … I didn’t know what the other volumes were like.

      So volume 19 is also worth reading (for conscious creators)?

      • CeeCee says:

        Yes. Indeed it is. Each chapter/discourse gives the perspective of a different ascended or cosmic being. Personally, I like the ones by Godfre.

  • Shan says:

    Reality Transurfing by Vadim Zeland. It’s a thick book but so well worth the effort and I have read many manifestation books. There’s an audio version on Youtube of the initial chapters read by Bootsy Greenwood which I would recommend to ease into it.

  • Rosa says:

    Please read Reality Transurfing. Steps I-V
    By Vadim Zeland
    This will rock your consciousness.

  • Danae says:

    The Game of Life and How to Play It – Florence Scovel Shinn (and all of her books). Written in the 1920s!

  • Dan says:

    I’m starting “Come and Sit with Me” by Richard Dotts.

  • Anne Robertson says:

    I’ve read Stuart Wilde’s books and not only does he have the manifesting game nailed he is a real hoot. Try his “The Little Money Bible” too. His book on Affirmations is excellent. Dotts is good: suspect he is using a pen name myself and Neville was one of the most influential masters of the game of “feeling” things into being of his time and a great influence on Joe Vitale who talks about “Nevillizing”, or feeling as a major step in manifesting anything and I’ve read most of his stuff in one form or another. “It Works” The famous Little Red Book by Anonymous really does and can be found, updated or otherwise quite easily as can the works of Florence Scovel Shinn, although I think her best one is The Game of Life and How to Play It (for people who don’t like the religious references there are updated versions although why change a winning game?)
    St Germaine is on my list but, so much to read, so little time. The Barefoot Doctor Manifesto, by The Barefoot Doctor is a great collection of manifesting techniques too.
    “Your Invisible Power” by Genevieve Behrend, a Presentation of the Mental Science of Thomas Troward is a worthwhile little book by the only person ever to persuade Troward to teach her his principles of manifestation by the use of mental science techniques.
    I’d also recommend A Happy Pocket Full of Miracles by David Cameron Gikandi which is now in an Expanded Study Edition and anything by Dr Robert Anthony.
    Mind you it while wider reading is useful you have to be careful not to just become a sort of LOA junkie and flit from technique to technique as it takes a bit of time for manifestations to marinate so to speak, or you end up with nothing and a very confused universe not knowing what the hell you really do want other than total confusion.

  • Patrice says:

    All of the Seth material, but especially The Nature of Personal Reality and Seth Speaks. The Sethian philosophy rests on the existence of probable realities and was my first introduction back in the 80s to the idea that we can consciously create our reality.

  • Pamela Joy says:

    I love all your suggestions – Both Jeannette’s and readers’. Some I have heard of and some I have not. Gonna write this list down.
    Here’s my two cents:
    “E Squared (E2)”, “E Cubed (E3)”, and “Thank and Grow Rich” (yes – that’s THANK and Grow Rich) by Pam Grout! Easy and fun experiments that prove that your thoughts create your reality. Very light, breezy take on manifestation – which works much better than seriousness. I even manifested meeting Pam Grout, and we had coffee together! You will love her!
    Also, I am a big fan of “The Power” by Rhonda Byrne. Much better than “The Secret”. All about how love and gratitude are the keys to manifestation. I recommend the audio version, if you can, since her voice and accent are lovely, as are the background music and sound effects. But the print book is absolutely beautiful, as well.
    Have a magnificent evening!
    xox

    • Anne Robertson says:

      Pam Grout is a Really Cool Cat! I liked her E Squared in its first production as God Doesn’t have Bad Hair Days so much I bought two copies! It didn’t really hit the best seller list until it was reissued with a new title but still I like her light hearted attitude which really adds to creating stuff because in my opinion the Universe has a sense of humour (or it wouldn’t have produced us let alone red bottomed baboons!

    • I like The Power better than The Secret too. Agree that Pam Grout’s books are good as well. 🙂

    • Jeannette says:

      Agreed – Pam Grout is so easy to enjoy! She’s a hoot as well as really good at this conscious creation stuff. Thanks for chimign in, Pamela!

    • Simon says:

      I have both the print and audio versions of The Power; I listened to it 12 times. Just incredible. I seldom read/listen to a book more than once. Agree with you, Pamela, about how beautifully produced is the audio version.

      The promotional video for the book (produced by the publisher, Simon and Schuster) is just awesome …

      http://www.simonandschuster.com/videos/THE-POWER-by-Rhonda-Byrne/JQLrXy91cQR7

  • Deny D. Ritz says:

    I haven’t read any books on that list! The titles sound interesting, and thanks for the heads up about some book quoting scripture (not that I mind, but at least I’m prepared for it).

  • Leslie Moore says:

    Great list — The “I Am Discourses” has been on my to-read list for some time. Thanks for the nudge. This is not an easy read, but “A Course in Miracles” is life changing. It also has a lot of Biblical references, but when you learn the explanation for them, it all becomes much more “LOA.” For those who haven’t read it, the book contains the text, which is a little hard to read, and a year’s worth of daily lessons. As a new student on my first time through the Course, I would highly recommend finding a class or teacher with this one.

    • Jeannette says:

      Hey Leslie, do you know Alan Cohen’s book: “A Course In Miracles Made Easy”? I haven’t finished it yet, but I wonder what an ACIM fan might think of his version?

  • Katy says:

    Woo…love some good book recommendations…I’ve read a few of these..or others by the same authors. I have “It’s Done” by Richard Dotts…but really enjoyed “Dissolve the Problem” a bit more…all his books are good for focusing and Abe inspired! (yes, can’t find out about him/her (pen name?) but good books) Will check out a couple you mentioned…and while I’ve watched Pollyanna a few times, I’ve never read the book! Great idea! 🙂

  • Donna says:

    It isn’t your typical LOA book, but one of the first books I read on synchronicity and creating your reality was “The Celestine Prophecy” by James Redfield. I still recommend it to people who want an interesting story to read but who want to know a bit about energy and how we can work with it. I still refer to it 25years on for people wanting to understand power dynamics and how to flow with synchronicity and create opportunities.

  • I LOVE Richard Dotts. I “discovered” him a few years ago and have read most of his stuff. I’m currently re-reading (for at least the 3rd time and plan on just re-reading it over and over and over for the rest of my life) “Dollars Flow to Me Easily”.

    I’ve read the Stuart Wilde book and at least some Neville Goddard (but probably not in full).

    I will definitely check out the others. I’m on a big read all the good stuff/LOA stuff tear (re-reading Wayne Dyer, Richard Dotts, Mike Dooley, and Happy Pocket Full of Money currently).

  • april says:

    I’m re-reading my copy of “Choosing Easy World”–A Guide to Opting Out of Struggle and Strife and Living in the Amazing Realm Where Everything is Easy by Julia Rogers Hamrick. It’s a very fun read with lots of her personal stories of real life synchronicities when she chooses Easy World over Difficult World.

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