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This book is another example of the New Thought movement where the author looks at the law of attrac-tion in the sense of thought with the respect of the power of mind. Atkinson points out the similarities between the law of gravitation and the mental law of attraction. He ex-plains that thought vibrations are as real as those manifesting as light, heat, magnetism and elec This book is another example of the New Thought movement where the author looks at the law of attrac-tion in the sense of thought with the respect of the power of mind. Atkinson points out the similarities between the law of gravitation and the mental law of attraction. He ex-plains that thought vibrations are as real as those manifesting as light, heat, magnetism and electricity. The difference is in the vibratory rate which also ex-plains the fact that thought vibrations cannot usually be perceived by our five senses. The author, rather skillfully, argues that there are huge gaps in the spectrum of light and sound vibrations, wide enough to include other worlds. It is logical that these activities would be perceived by sense organs at-tuned to them. Increasingly sophisticated scientific instruments are able to register more and more of these hidden frequencies.


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This book is another example of the New Thought movement where the author looks at the law of attrac-tion in the sense of thought with the respect of the power of mind. Atkinson points out the similarities between the law of gravitation and the mental law of attraction. He ex-plains that thought vibrations are as real as those manifesting as light, heat, magnetism and elec This book is another example of the New Thought movement where the author looks at the law of attrac-tion in the sense of thought with the respect of the power of mind. Atkinson points out the similarities between the law of gravitation and the mental law of attraction. He ex-plains that thought vibrations are as real as those manifesting as light, heat, magnetism and electricity. The difference is in the vibratory rate which also ex-plains the fact that thought vibrations cannot usually be perceived by our five senses. The author, rather skillfully, argues that there are huge gaps in the spectrum of light and sound vibrations, wide enough to include other worlds. It is logical that these activities would be perceived by sense organs at-tuned to them. Increasingly sophisticated scientific instruments are able to register more and more of these hidden frequencies.

30 review for Thought Vibration or the Law of Attraction in the Thought World

  1. 4 out of 5

    Adams Bracken

    I’ve read this book three times already. I recently bought it for for my younger sister and absolutely love it and she it change her life.  You can find the best edition here: https://www.amazon.com/Thought-Vibrat...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Brono

    [click on Goodreads for full review] Considering "Thought Vibration" was written over 100 years ago it is right to say that its ideas are extremely up to date. For those wanting "food for thought" this is the perfect reading. You might not agree that everything we see/experience/live is a manifestation of our thoughts and that same thought has a huge influence on ourselves and others...the author's idea is that of we all have a strong "will" that does not need strengthening, but the mind does nee [click on Goodreads for full review] Considering "Thought Vibration" was written over 100 years ago it is right to say that its ideas are extremely up to date. For those wanting "food for thought" this is the perfect reading. You might not agree that everything we see/experience/live is a manifestation of our thoughts and that same thought has a huge influence on ourselves and others...the author's idea is that of we all have a strong "will" that does not need strengthening, but the mind does need to be trained to receive and act upon the suggestions of the will. We all "possess the power to raise the keynote of our mind to a positive pitch by an effort of the will" leaving behind one of the most and destructive feeling of all - FEAR - that as long as it masters you, you are in no condition to make progress in the Realm of Thought. Bear with me - you are not what you think you may be but you do have the power to manifest into reality your own thoughts. "When the mind is full of worry thoughts, it cannot find time to work out plans to benefit you. But when you have concentrated upon bright, helpful thoughts, you'll discover that it'll start work subconsciously". Keeping a positive attitude towards yourself is the key not only to make things work well but also to help others on their journey towards a better and positive life. I have encountered many people throughout my journey and for some reason those same people were able to recognise this positive outlook I have towards life. I've one thing to say: it's practice and practice and practice. Once I realised I have same worthiness as those I admire I was able to attract those same qualities into my own life and somehow spread that idea into many other lives. "I want to call your attention to the fact that nothing is too good for YOU - no matter how great the thing may be - no matter how undeserving you may seem to be. You are entitled to the best there is, for it is your direct inheritance. The good things of the world are not the portion of any favoured sons, they belong to all, but they only come to those who are wise enough to recognise that the good things are theirs by right, and who are sufficiently courageous to reach out for them". One last thing: Insist upon your mouth wearing upturned corners :)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Diane Malikah Moomin Pinkston

    An incredibly well written brain training book that helped me confirm the answers to how to cultivate the brain cells that gives the controller the ability to combat destructive behavior and bad habits in place of good habits, thoughts and actions. A well needed book for myself and those of us who plan on improving the way we think, act, and live our daily lives regardless to the chaos that surrounds us. I'm going to read it again!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Fiona Robson

    Really enjoyed this, however old-fashioned it seems now. I love anything to do with The Law of Attraction and like to keep reading matters relating to this to keep in a positive frame of mind.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mike Madden

    Brilliant!!!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Miranda Prather

    There are a number of deep and intriguing thoughts in this work; however, there are also some points that are a bit dangerous to the overall health and well-being of readers and those points that are good, are often lost in the obtuse construction of the writing. I actually read this book three times to be sure I had a firm grasp on the material, often resorting to diagraming sentences to be sure I had the author's thoughts in hand. That sort of writing will lose readers, perhaps the very readers There are a number of deep and intriguing thoughts in this work; however, there are also some points that are a bit dangerous to the overall health and well-being of readers and those points that are good, are often lost in the obtuse construction of the writing. I actually read this book three times to be sure I had a firm grasp on the material, often resorting to diagraming sentences to be sure I had the author's thoughts in hand. That sort of writing will lose readers, perhaps the very readers who might most benefit from the work. That said, the basic principles of the book - developing new, healthy habits of thought and practice coupled with finding the inner strength to follow through - are proven tactics that can help individuals who are disciplined enough to stick with the book. While all readers may draw their own conclusions, I found the parts about emotions to be a bit short-sighted. I believe we can control our outward manifestation of emotion, but we are not yet to a point (and perhaps we rightfully never should strive to be) where we can actually control our emotions. They aren't the same thing. To be our best in society, we have to control those outward manifestations, but try to stop yourself from feeling sad when someone you love leaves you or stop anger from entering your mind when someone slights you. Maybe there are rare individuals who can control that, but I don't think it's something we are likely to achieve simply by trying to will it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Karl

    Originally published in 1908 and rejuvenated 100 years later, “Thought Vibration” is a relatively short book at less than 100 pages; however it is certainly is a concise and informative book that is well worth the read. Many of the current “new thought” ideals and the concepts/laws behind the “power of attraction” were shared by William Walker Atkinson and they are just as powerful now as they likely were back in the days in which they were written. The author shares concepts like: fears are real Originally published in 1908 and rejuvenated 100 years later, “Thought Vibration” is a relatively short book at less than 100 pages; however it is certainly is a concise and informative book that is well worth the read. Many of the current “new thought” ideals and the concepts/laws behind the “power of attraction” were shared by William Walker Atkinson and they are just as powerful now as they likely were back in the days in which they were written. The author shares concepts like: fears are realized because in essence they are expectations and we draw to us what we expect; the key to attainment is desire, confidence, and will, followed by action; that we are all unique individuals and, as such, must follow our own path and not give our power to others; and finally, and perhaps most importantly, thoughts are a real force and the key to the law of attraction. I enjoyed reading this book and I learned and reinforced many ideas that I believe to be universal truths. Those who are interested in the power of thought or in the law of attraction would likely find this book useful and would benefit from having act copy of it in their library.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jo

    Short, incredibly well written, and most probably served as an inspiration for the entire New Age movement throughout the 20th century (either this one or any of W.W.Atkinson's writings from the end of the 19th and the very beginning of the 20th century). His style is easy to read, his attitudes are humanist, gentle and benevolent, he equally respects men and women of all races and cultures, and says the day will soon come when the humanity will finally go beyond its primitivism, segregations, f Short, incredibly well written, and most probably served as an inspiration for the entire New Age movement throughout the 20th century (either this one or any of W.W.Atkinson's writings from the end of the 19th and the very beginning of the 20th century). His style is easy to read, his attitudes are humanist, gentle and benevolent, he equally respects men and women of all races and cultures, and says the day will soon come when the humanity will finally go beyond its primitivism, segregations, fears, misjudgments, prejudices, etc. Well, 100 years later it's still almost the same, but so are the universal laws and principles Atkinson explains so clearly.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sanjeev

    Classic book. So, most of the points were covered in the modern day self-help literature. But two points i would like to mention. 1. Control impulses to stop habit. It is a good advise. Though it will take years of bad experience to understand it. 2. Don't waste your energy on trivial matters like gossiping, talking about self.

  10. 4 out of 5

    ELK

    I always wondered when the first dubious self-help book was published. After hearing many references lately to the "Law of Attraction", "positive thinking" and "The Secret", I decided to go to the source. I don't doubt the usefulness of optimism, but this book delves too far into "cosmic oneness" and pseudoscience to be taken seriously.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Excellent If you're already on the law of attraction path, this is a wonderful addition to that path. I like the way he simplified some ideas I knew of, but I wasn't 100% sure on how to achieve. I also liked his use of the science behind energy and his frankness - if you don't change your thinking this won't work, but with the right mental guidance, which this book gives you, you really can transform your life and it all starts with how you view the law. Definitely recommend this quick read.

  12. 5 out of 5

    michelle schumacher

    Love the book! Law of attraction meets blunt, honest dialogue with suggestions to help someone realize they are so much better than average; that they should expect the best. To reject fear and to cite positive manifestations daily with feeling. I loved the book

  13. 4 out of 5

    Manyuan

    Powerful and meaningful. Definitely a to-do book Great starter in understanding and appreciating the power of one's mind. Would love it to have been longer but then there are many other great bookz out there.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Crystal A. Rollyson

    An excellent book! I enjoyed the emphasis this book places on our mental outlook and how our thoughts predicate circumstances in our lives. We are more in charge of outcomes then we realize. Stay positive and refuse to accept anything less than the best that we all deserve!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Nichols

    Really like and recommend this book as the foundation to setting towards the life and lifestyle you aspire to live. Really just clearly and simply lays out what needs to be done. Now just have to do it!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Isaac Miller

    Great book and it really helps you to appreciate the simplicity of the law of vibrations and frequencies. -Isaac Samuel Miller (Author of Just Get Up: And Manifest Your Inner Genius) www.isaacsmiller.com

  17. 5 out of 5

    Aran Katarina

    For a book entitled "Thought Vibration" it was incredibly no-nonsense.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Amber P

    Great read Great read. Easy read. Just as expected to the very end. Written in plain easy to understand English. Two thumbs up.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Asif Syed

    Pseudoscientific mumbo jumbo. Intellectual predecessor of Rhonda Byrne.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Christina Vezina

    Short read but so informative. Brought home all the basics again. We read so much that sometimes we forget how simple it is. Truly enjoyed this.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jonas

    Amazing book, supremely relevant.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Oneil Peart

    Great Book Read until the end. The is great information in store for you. Very compact and easily read book. Love it

  23. 5 out of 5

    Janelle

    Lot's of repetitive anecdotes but did contain some good points.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ursa Svetelj

    Short and mindblowing.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Amy Gunter

    Hit the spot for me This book has useful guidance delivered clearly and straightforwardly. Resonated for me and i found many takeaways for application in my life.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sparkling Moment

    it serves to motivate readers to have control over their thoughts. it does not explore the actual metaphysical impact of thought vibrations.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Karthikeyan

    The book content is good , but written in a little boring way. Not a suggestion for a novice reader

  28. 4 out of 5

    Camilla Barrow

    This is a difficult one for me to review fairly. I listened as an audiobook. I did not enjoy the reader unfortunately. I thing the book had merit and would like to read it again.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Josiah Richardson

    Some things are better left unsaid, and others unread.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Subhasis Besra

    Thoughts are things. Control your thoughts and direct it in the direction you want your life to move,and the life of your desire will manifest before you. Amazing words penned down in 1906

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