The Best "Law of Attraction" Movies

Written by Raymond Salas

As it turns out, I didn’t have to go to the Himalayas, study with a guru, or even read a book to discover some powerful keys to the Universe. I simply took a trip down (and online) to my favorite movie rental store and DVD retailer.

Here is what I found:

  • The Secret

I must admit that when I first heard about the movie The Secret, I was not in a big hurry to see it. I had already read (devoured actually) Ask and It Is Given and all of the other books from the teachings of Abraham by Esther and Jerry Hicks. I felt like not only was all of this material a great introduction and presentation of the all-powerful universal Law of Attraction, but I was already using many of the suggested processes and tools. And, even though Esther Hicks is actually featured in "The Secret," I figured that I didn’t need to see it.

The irony of course is that the Universe brought "The Secret" to me when I least suspected it (and was open to the idea). One day, I was purchasing a book at my favorite bookstore "The Bodhi Tree" and right there behind the counter was copies for sale of (you guessed it) "The Secret." Previously, I thought that you could only see or buy it online. As I stared at the stack of DVDs next to the cashier, I didn’t even hesitate for a moment to purchase a copy immediately. It just felt right.

After watching it for the first time, I knew exactly why I had bought it. The documentary presents the powerful Law of Attraction, which is the real secret to creating everything we desire in our lives, from the perspectives of the world’s leading scientists, authors, and philosophers.

As the producers of "The Secret" explain:

“ 'The Secret' reveals how to apply this powerful knowledge (about the Law of Attraction) to your life in every area from health to wealth, to success and relationships. "The Secret" is everything you have dreamed of... and is beyond your wildest dreams.”

If you have not seen "The Secret" yet, I highly recommend it. You can check it out here.

My reminders from “The Secret”:

No matter what it is, if you really want it, and if you get out of the way of it, it will happen. It must be. It is Law. It can be no other way. It’s the way this Universe is established. If you want it and you relax, it will happen. *

If you have the ability to desire it, the Universe has the ability to deliver it. You’ve just got to line up with what you want, which means—be as happy as you can be as often as you can be there, and let everything else take care of itself. *

  • Don Juan DeMarco

In Don Juan DeMarco, starring Marlon Brando, Johnny Depp, and Faye Dunaway, Depp plays a character who really believes that he is Don Juan, the greatest lover in the world. Psychiatrists and others try to convince him that he is not. Eventually, his psychiatrist (played by Brando), as well as many of the women he encounters; come to believe that he really is Don Juan.

My reminders from “Don Juan DeMarco”:

Anything that you will some day live, you have first imagined. Because nothing will manifest in your experience without the imagination process happening first. *

Get so fixated on what you want, that you drown out any vibration or reverberation that has anything to do with what you do not want. *

If you are interested in "Don Juan DeMarco," you can check it out here.

  • Groundhog Day

In Groundhog Day, starring Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell, Murray plays a weatherman who gets caught up in a personal time warp. No matter what actions he takes, he always wakes up the next morning in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania on Groundhog Day over…and over…and over again. After a while, he begins to change his focus and make different choices for his life causing everything around him to literally transform and eventually manifest his heart’s biggest desire.

My reminders from “Groundhog Day”:

Enlightenment means literally aligning to the Energy of my Source. And genius is only about focusing. Law of Attraction takes care of everything else. Physical humans often want to make enlightenment about finding some process and moving through the process that has been pre-described. But true enlightenment is moving to the rhythm of the internal inspiration that is coming in response to the individual desire. Enlightenment is about allowing my Connection to the Source that is me for the fulfillment of the things that I have individually defined here in my time-space-reality. *

If you are interested in "Groundhog Day," you can check it out here.

  • Mr. Destiny

In Mr. Destiny, starring James Belushi and Michael Caine, Belushi plays a junior executive who always wished that his life would have turned out differently. One day, he encounters a mysterious stranger (played by Michael Caine), who gives him everything that he ever wished for – beautiful wife, enormous mansion, sports cars, wealth, etc. All of his wildest dreams come true. However, he soon realizes that he has now created a different reality and cannot go back to the things he loved in his previous one.

My reminders from “Mr. Destiny”:

No one is taking score of any kind, and if you will stop taking score so much, you will feel a whole lot better — and as you feel a whole lot better, more of the things that you want right now will flow to you. You will never be in a place where all of the things that you are wanting will be satisfied right now, or then you could be complete — and you never can be. This incomplete place that you stand is the best place that you could be. You are right on track, right on schedule. Everything is unfolding perfectly. All is really well. Have fun. Have fun. Have fun! *

All the resources you will ever want or need are at your fingertips. All you have to do is identify what you want to do with it, and then practice the feeling-place of what it will feel like when that happens. There is nothing you cannot be or do or have. *

If you are interested in "Mr. Destiny," you can check it out here.

  • Miracle on 34th Street

In the Christmas classic, "Miracle on 34th Street," starring Maureen O’Hara and John Payne, O’Hara’s character hires a man to be the Macy’s department store Santa Claus. He says that his name is Kris Kringle and soon fills everyone he encounters with the holiday spirit. Despite all of this, Kris is declared to be insane and put on trial where everyone must help determine if they actually believe that he really is Santa Claus.

My reminders from “Miracle on 34th Street”:

Achieve, first, the vibrational essence of your desire—and then, through the crack of least resistance the manifestation will be delivered… work on the essence of the feeling of freedom; work on the essence of the feeling of empowerment—work on the essence of the feeling of Well-Being… And how do you do that? You can imagine it already having happened and pretend what it will feel like when it is that way. *

If you are interested in "Miracle on 34th Street," you can check it out here.

* All of my reminders for each movie above are taken from quotes by Abraham-Hicks.