Review: Law of Attraction: The Science of Attracting More of What You Want Less of What You Don’t – Michael J. Losier


Law of Attraction: The Science of Attracting More of What You Want Less of What You Don’t – Michael J. Losier

Law of Attraction: The Science of Attracting More of What You Want and Less of What You Don't

Title: Law of Attraction: The Science of Attracting More of What you Want and Less of What You Don’t

Author: Michael J. Losier

Release Date: October 31, 2004

Publisher: Michael J. Losier

Format: Audiobook

Page Number: 142

Source: Scribd

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 iLaw of Attraction/i. 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. 

2 out of 5 stars


I was intrigued with the idea of this book, but it REALLY fell flat.

I have recently become aware of the idea of law of attraction and can fully agree with the concept of it. I totally think that you attract the type of vibe you put out, and that you can change that vibe to match what you want in life. And that was pretty much all the knowledge I had going into this…. and it’s all the knowledge I have coming out of it.

There was NOTHING new in this book that I hadn’t heard before, and I didn’t know much. There wasn’t anything special about this book, and it was so repetitive. I get it, I know that you can change your vibe. Don’t say it 873 times per chapter.

I feel like this book would have been better as a paperback or physical book because the audiobook made it very easy to hear all the repetition.

I like the ideas set in place by this book, but the execution was pretty bad.