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The Top 10 Best Law of Attraction Teachers of All Time

If you’re familiar with The Law of Attraction, you know that it governs the ways in which you create your own reality, and holds the key to unlocking unlimited potential and manifesting anything you want out of life.

In this post, I want to list what I think are the top 10 best Law of Attraction teachers of all time. The names on this list run the gamut from a few you’ve definitely heard of, to some more obscure names that you definitely need to check out.

Top 10 Law of Attraction Teachers

10. Ernest Holmes

Squeaking in at number 10 on the list is religious science philosopher and author Ernest Holmes. Holmes is often left off of a lot of contemporary lists of law of attraction teachers. His writing is interesting, but dense and feels a little dated (he was writing 100 years ago, after all…), but the real reason he makes the list is the role he has played in shaping how everyone else on this list has taught.

You could even go so far as to consider Ernest Holmes one of the fathers of modern-day law of attraction teachings, so he definitely deserves his place in the top 10.

9. Stuart Wilde

Next up is Stuart Wilde, author of a number of books on attracting prosperity into your life, including Miracles and The Little Money Book.

Wilder has an open, down to earth voice that isn’t afraid to poke fun at himself or some elements of LOA teachings. After all, when you’re teaching about how to manifest infinite wealth and abundance, it can help to have a good sense of humor!

8. Neville Goddard

Another father of modern Law of Attraction philosophies is Neville Goddard. Goddard is infamous for his numerous books, including Feeling is The Secret, Your Faith is Your Fortune, The Power of Awareness, and The Law and the Promise, among others.

Perhaps most iconic of Goddards teachings are his techniques for helping visualize your goals. He was one of the first teachers to talk about the powerful combination of feeling into your desire and committing those desires to paper, setting your intention by writing out your goals as if they have already happened for you.

Read more about Setting Daily Intentions.

7. Napoleon Hill

Napoleon Hill is one of the more obvious choices for our Top 10 list. Author of Think and Grow Rich, Hill’s name has become almost synonymous with teaching success and financial abundance, particularly in a business setting.

Hill’s work was so far ahead of its time, that he doesn’t even reference “The Law of Attraction,” though it’s principles are evident on almost every page of his work. Specifically, he writes about the importance of combining decision, faith, and perseverance with autosuggestion – the ability to create your own beliefs.

This insight goes a step further than many other teachings, so he emphasizes the need to create empowering beliefs that propel you towards your goals.

Read more about autosuggestion in this post.

6. Louise Hay

Louise Hay is another name that’s often overlooked when it comes to listing out top teachers. The founder of Hay House, which now publishes many leading books on attraction, positivity, and success, Louise Hay was a profound writer and teacher in her own right.

What sets Hay apart from many of the other names on this list is that she focused on using the Law of Attraction for manifesting vibrant health and loving relationships, more so than wealth and financial abundance. Her morning and evening gratitude meditations are great reminders of the power of setting strong intentions for the day, and appreciating all that is already well in our lives.

5. Jim Rohn

Jim Rohn was a motivational and success teacher active throughout the latter half of the 20th century. His philosophy of success was simple: when you create the right mindset, and learn to act on that mindset every day, you will be able to achieve goals beyond your wildest dreams.

Rohn new the power of consistent, positive action, combined with purpose-driven direction, and he taught how to develop self-discipline and daily habits for success, using clear, easy to understand examples and analogies.

4. Bob Proctor

Bob Proctor rose to international fame for his appearance on the movie, The Secret, but he began teaching about The Law of Attraction decades ago. His books include classics like You Were Born Rich, Thoughts Are Things, and It’s Not About The Money.

Proctor explains The Law of Attraction by describing the need for your to have a shift in your paradigm – a shift in your mindset, that will enable you to achieve any goal you set for yourself…the bigger, the better.

Read more about Bob Proctor’s teachings on shifting your paradigm.

3. Deepak Chopra

Coming in at number 3 is Deepak Chopra. Chopra has been a powerful and inspiring influence for millions of people across the globe, and is most famous for his reasoned, scientific explanations of spiritual laws. He is the author of many books, including The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success.

A licensed medical doctor, he has a unique perspective on how the scientific community is beginning to explain many phenomenon surrounding The Law of Attraction, and is clear to point out where science leaves off and faith jumps in.

One of my favorite Chopra programs is the 21 Day Abundance Meditation Challenge, which guides you through a great series of daily meditations and exercises to cultivate more abundance in your life.

2. Wayne Dyer

Number 2 is Wayne Dyer, an amazing author and inspirational speaker. Every single one of his books is brimming with openness and compassion, and you get the sense that he speaks every word from an inspired perspective.

Dyer is perhaps most famous for his teachings on intention, but his works span the breadth of spiritual topics, and I think you’ll find any of his books interesting and inspiring.

View our list of best-selling Law of Attraction books.

1. Abraham Hicks

And finally, our top pick for the most influential Law of Attraction teacher of all time is Abraham Hicks.

Abraham is a non-physical Being channeled by Esther Hicks, and together they have been touring the world for the last 30 years, offering transformative seminars and workshops on how to use The Law of Attraction.

Abraham’s philosophy is simple: get happy, and everything else will work out for you. This includes a simple 5 step process for getting into alignment, which, if you follow consistently, will lead you down a path of inspired action towards anything that you want.

Read more about the best Abraham Hicks processes for getting into the receiving mode.

Do you agree with this list? Have other names to add? Leave a comment below to let me know what you think!

Kyle Greenfield

Kyle Greenfield is the Founder and CEO of The Joy Within, where our mission is to help you win the fight against stress and negativity by harnessing the power of your natural, inner joy. Kyle has been teaching on meditation, mindfulness, and how to eliminate negative thoughts since 2016. He currently resides in London. You can follow Kyle on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Carly

    Come on Neville is the real deal, he also taught Wayne Dyer, in fact Neville was a teacher to many on this list. He doesn’t claim a source outside yourself like Abraham Hicks does. this looking to a vortex is creating a sense separation, Neville teaches the opposite .

    All you need is Neville, his books are free, all 14 hours on audible, the first of his books are a bit tough going, but get past that and you’ll never look elsewhere. Napoleon etc, all learned from Neville, he started this in the western world and his message is the clearest. He called it law of assumption, what made it so powerful is the depth, law of attraction is the simplified weaker cousin, and that’s why people can’t manifest. Research Neville and you can have and be anything.

    1. sukanya

      Thank you for your valuable tip.

    2. Farhan Ansari

      Agreed. Mr Nevilie Goddard has teaches the teacher.
      Also there is one more name Mr joesph Murphy.

  2. John Travaglio

    I wonder if Dr. Joe Dispenza was left off the list because he is more about the science than the philosophy. He is for sure one of the ten best scientists to present the Law Of Attraction in a manner that allows each student to learn at their own pace while understanding how the science works. Since I became aware of Dr. Joe approx 10 years ago, I’ve been saying that Esther and Jerry Hicks are the best at teaching the philosophy, and Dr. Joe is the best at explaining how the human organism puts the Law into practice. Thank you for a great list! jt

  3. Oliver Lawrence Mills

    Thank you for the effort. I needed the answers that you gave, I was wondering about the nature of Esther Hicks’ Abraham, you know, benevolent or something sinister? I can channel reasonably well, and channel High Self with increasing confidence (- I say High Self and not just Self because of the paradigm of my sadhana). As an FYI we can channel ideas, words, intentions. To grow our capacity to channel requires trust, this “requires trust” stated more generally is said, ‘to grow in channeling power needs trust.’ To make sure we don’t bring nonsense through from High Self we must ask a question that has an answer. This is something Jiddu Krishnamurti taught about, ‘the question must contain the answer.’ Put more simply we must know our question has an answer; and close observation of our questions show us whether this is the case before we ask the question of High Self. Also don’t compare what you have in mind to what you are trying to bring through as this distorts what comes through leading to the falseness of what we bring through. This latter principle can be illumined by the sentence ‘you must be prepared to know nothing’ to be able to channel, something said by Nouk Sanchez, A Course In Miracles practitioner, and teacher’ in a sense. My paradigm says this: ‘preparation for nothing to be known facilitates channeling.’ Be careful I have channeled Satan by mistake. I have read also we can channel other low quality muses for want of a word. High Self is there for all and can answer anything we can ask.

  4. Chris Hoskins

    The only thing “dated” about Ernest Holmes’ “Science Of Mind” was its publication date- the expanded 1938 version. It is a timeless classic because, among other things, it was purposely written in a readable, straight forward, 20th century fashion. It is only dense if you fail to take a few moments to ponder Holmes’ take on high metaphysical concepts. Not an easy task (just ask a 2000 year old carpenter) but Holmes does remarkably well.

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