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The Law of Attraction, The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham

GSF Rating:





Time commitment:

Large: At least a few days or more of your time typically with a follow-up commitment

Target areas:

LoA mindset, practicing LoA, mindset, fear, worry,


This is a life changing book. It will introduce you to the Law of Attraction through Abraham Hicks, and give you tools to create your best life.

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There are a bunch of Abraham (Abraham Hicks) books, and this is the one to start with – even though I don’t think it is listed as the first in the series.

Right in the beginning you will get the story of Abraham, and no this is not the same Abraham from the Bible. I wondered the same thing. So, let’s just put this out there and get the weird stuff out of the way…Abraham is a group of channeled beings. You may be totally turned off by that or totally intrigued or somewhere in the middle, where I fell. But, I beg you to get past the story of who Abraham is and get into the real content. Stick with this book past Part 1, and you will be rewarded.

This book was life changing. Period. Don’t believe me, read the Amazon reviews. I’m not the only one. This book explains what the Law of Attraction is and why you should care. And, here’s the best part…how you can actually apply it to your life, with many, many examples. The application piece is often missing or not developed enough from self-help books, in my opinion. But, that is not the case here.

I love this book. I’ve read it several times. It’s marked up with sticky flags, underlining, etc. I consider it my life handbook. The concepts from this book have helped me in so many ways from addressing my anxiety head on to creating my dream life. The book also allowed me to see that what I give my attention to is what I attract more of into my life. And, I was learned I was giving my attention to so, so, so many things that I did not want in my life.

My Results

Although there have been many life changing results I’ve experienced from this book, here are a couple of key ones I'll highlight:

Anxiety relief:

While I fully support the mental health community, for me this book was more helpful than years of therapy. I was diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Depression in 2003. I feel I’ve controlled the depression pretty well with meds but controlling the anxiety has been a much bigger struggle. In 2020 into 2021, my anxiety really peaked because of the Covid-19 pandemic. I was living in complete fear, doom scrolling my life away. There was nothing scarier in the world than the thought of my children returning to school, and my husband returning to work (in a school). Them going back felt like I was “throwing them to the wolves” that was the only way I could describe it.

Around the same time, I had been introduced to Abraham by the Love your Life podcast, and so I bought this book to learn more. This book gave me the tools to take back control of my life. After all these years this book allowed me to rip the control from my anxiety’s hands and say to it, “I decide how this life is lived now motherfucker.” And, I did just that. Am I still scared and fearful? Yes, that is not gone. But, what is gone is that the fear does not control me like it used to. I call many of shots now, and what a different and amazing way to live life that is.

More tolerance of political differences:

The other amazing way this book has changed my life is by giving me the tools to navigate the difficult political climate we have in the U.S., which has drastically reduced my stress and anxiety.

The bottom line is – if you have found my site, you are meant to read this book. It is for you, and you are ready. Keep me posted on what you think in the comments.

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