Your Invisible Power

Read by Algy Pug

(4.5 stars; 3467 reviews)

Genevieve Behrend was a teacher of Mental Science, a New Thought discipline created by Thomas Troward (1847- 1916). Your Invisible Power, published in 1921, is her first and most famous book. It is a guide to the use of visualization and other mental processes in life enhancement and the achievement of personal goals. (Summary by Algy Pug) (1 hr 40 min)


Excellent book & excellent reader.

(5 stars)

If you are looking for information about how to use the law of attraction, this book is worth the listen. I listen to this book over and over because it helps me keep my thoughts focused on what I want to manifest. The reader is very pleasant to listen to also. I have enjoyed this book very much.

Still Relevent today

(5 stars)

Lovely narration of a work so powerful and relevant to cultivating joy, peace, and abundance within your life. I will listen to it again and again as a reminder of steps I can do daily.

Life changer

(5 stars)

May god bless author as well as the narrator. Both are excellent and it's a book worth reading atleast once. I don't subscribe to the idea presented in the book as a whole, yet it's wise application in part can be a life changer. This book answers many questions that are left unanswered in various texts on law of attraction or power of thought.

good and interesting thought,need to read second time to practic

(3 stars)

the concept

Most High God I Thank You!

(4.5 stars)

I lovingly reccomend it to all!

One of my favorite books

(5 stars)

I read this book along with “The science of getting rich” by Wallace, and “Thought Vibration, or the law of attraction in a thought world” by Atkinson. I was trying to understand the importance of the mind as we go through life. This was about five years ago and although I got the gist it, I thought all the books were a waste of time. Fast forward to present day, I’ve taken my time listening and re-listening to all three books and they finally make sense! I think books like these take a bit of studying or at the very least, paying very close attention. To me, all three of them helped explain each other and reinforced their ideas. They all helped me to understand the power of the mind. The writers have small varying opinions as to whether to share your ideas/mental image with a close group or keep them a secret, but I think that’s up to you. You decide what works for you and you believe it wholeheartedly. Whatever you think and believe it to be is what it will be.

Pleasant Ideas

(4 stars)

Usually I find books and talks about the socalled Law of Attraction to be extremely stupid and divoid of anything useful. This book I found to be full of good advice and positive renforcement. There were a some things that didn't make any sense or were not explained at all: like why not share your desires with others? Realistically, I find sharing them with others makes them more likely to come true, but whatever. It was at least thought provoking.

Clear, simple and straight to the point.

(5 stars)

An amazing insight into the power of our innate ability to create our own realities. Putting ourselves into the drivers seat of our own creative power we are able to achieve all that we put our mind to. This book is a great testimony and reminder of that ability.