“The Science of Attracting More of What You Want
and Less of What You Don’t”
You may not be aware of it, but a very powerful force is at work in your life. It’s called the Law of Attraction and right now it is attracting people, jobs, situations, and relationships in your life — not all of them good! Now, with Michael Losier’s help, you can learn how to use the Law of Attraction deliberately and turn it into a positive force that will change your life.
If your life feels as if it has turned south and taken on the characteristics of a bad soap opera, it’s time to pick up Michael Losier’s Law of Attraction. This simple, easy-to-use book is full of tips, tools,exercises and scripts to help you use the Law of Attraction so you can integrate this powerful force in your life every day.
This book is a little bit different than the books I usually review, so this review is a bit different. There aren’t characters or a plot line, but I did find it very interesting and helpful. I had this book recommended to me by the Youtuber Kalyn Nicholson (check out her channel here
) in her video “8 Tips to Change Your Life in 2016.” She had recommended a few books that really helped with your attitude and mindset, but this was the only one that really stuck with me.
For those who don’t know, the Law of Attraction is basically the idea that what you spend your time (or energy) focusing on is what you’re going to attract. So if you’re constantly focusing on the negatives and having negative thoughts, that attracts the bad things in your daily life. Likewise, if you’re always trying to be positive, you’re going to attract way more positive things in your life. For some people, this sounds like a really hokey thing to read about. But as I was reading it, it really helped me to try and change my mindset. Even if you don’t believe in the Law of Attraction, it still helps you to try and stay positive throughout the bad days as well as the good days.
The book has a lot of fun interactive things (like worksheets and tips) that were interesting. Not all of them were helpful, but they were still interesting nonetheless. So whether you really believe in things like this, or you just need a positive change of mindset, I definitely recommend reading it. It managed to cheer me up for the next little while once I read it!