Joyful Law of Attraction
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In 1910 Wallace Delois Wattles published his famous book “The Science of Getting Rich”(Subscribe to my blog for a copy). Wallace D. Wattles expained the creative role of thought in the manifestation process and further elaborated over the universal role of energy as “certain stuff from which all things are made”. Wallace D. Wattles was the first to dedicate a sole chapter to the concept of Gratitude as a tool to support practitioner’s manifestation work. As he explained: “the riches they receive will be in exact proportion to the definiteness of their vision, the fixity of their purpose, the steadiness of their faith, and the depth of their gratitude.”
Wattle D Wallace’ work preceded another popular work by Napoleon Hill “Think and Grow Rich”
In 1928 Napoleon Hill published his work “The Law of Success in 16 Lessons” which used the term Law of Attraction very frequently. The most famous work of Napoleon Hill is “Think and Grow Rich” book was first published in 1937 and later to become one of the world’s best selling book. “Think and Grow Rich” work was surrounded by a number of mysteries, such as promise of Napoleon Hill to disclose “real secret” to success which never was actually disclosed leading to miscellaneous speculations. Another interesting development on this subject was the channeled message from Abraham (The Teachings of Abraham, channeled by Ester Hicks) where the non-physical presence of Napoleon Hill disclosed that the word “vibration” had to be taken from the early publications of his book due to publisher’s fear that such term won’t be accepted, would prevent sales and was outright scary for most readers at the time.