My 3 Favorite Web Sites for Law of Attraction Inspiration

Here are the web sites of my favorite teachers, writers and cheerleaders about the law of attraction and other related information. When I want inspiration or guidance about how to make use of the law of attraction in a specific area of my life, I always go to one of these three web sites. The information they provide is grounded, thoughtful and often presented with humor.

Abraham-Hicks

My first real introduction to law of attraction was reading a book by Abraham-Hicks. The book was Ask and it is Given. I still go back to it regularly. It’s a textbook for how to live.

Abraham’s teaching and presentation are always sensible and down to earth. Abraham’s identity is a little different. Abraham says they are a group consciousness interpreted by a woman named Esther Hicks. It’s channeling and it’s woo woo, but I don’t care. Everything she says as Abraham makes sense to me. By following Abraham, I’ve found a philosophy that seems to fit the world I see. The information is practical and Abraham is very funny.

Esther Hicks has been channeling Abraham for 30 years or so. They travel around the country and sometimes internationally, giving seminars where people ask questions and converse with Abraham through Esther. Abraham is beloved around the world. The Abraham-Hicks organization sells books, and DVDs and recordings from Abraham seminars, in various formats. There are even vacation cruises that include Abraham seminars.

Meanwhile, there are lots of free Abraham resources available. On the web site, you can sign up for daily email quotes and there are free videos to watch. The Abraham-Hicks organization also allows people to post recordings of parts of seminars on Youtube. You can search for Abraham-Hicks on Youtube and find enough videos to watch for the rest of your days. Whenever I want help with something, I search for “Abraham-Hicks” and the topic, for example “releasing fear.” It’s a great resource.

Pam Grout

Pam Grout is a freelance travel writer who also writes about spiritual principles, in fun, easy to understand ways. Her books, E-Squared and E-Cubed, are inspiring and humorous. Both books are filled with experiments that she encourages readers to carry out to prove to themselves the validity of a universe that conspires to help us.

Her most recent book, Thank and Grow Rich, is a handy guide to the many ways to use gratitude to make our lives better.

Pam also publishes a blog where she shares inspiring success stories, often sent in by her readers. Her style is light and engaging. When I see her posts in my Facebook feed, I perk up immediately. Reading one of her blog posts is always a bright spot in my day.

Good Vibe University

Good Vibe University is the brain child of Law of Attraction coach, Jeannette Maw. It’s a membership site with recorded webinars available on applying law of attraction to all sorts of life situations. It’s also a community with discussion forums, classes and even coaching available.

In connection with Good Vibe University, Jeannette publishes a blog about making use of the law of attraction in our lives. Her advice is always useful, based on years of coaching clients. It’s a resource I count on to remind me of the principles I want to apply in my life.

My favorite blog post by Jeannette is about allowing. It’s funny as well as helpful. Check it out here.

There are lots of people writing and speaking online about law of attraction. I count on these three web sites for consistently good and entertaining advice.