This book is another example of the New Thoughtmovement where the author looks at the law of attrac-tion in the sense of thought with the respect of the power of mind.Atkinson points out the similarities between the law of gravitation and the mental law of attraction. He ex- plains that thought vibrations are as real as thosemanifesting as light, heat, magnetism and electricity.The difference is in the vibratory rate which also ex- plains the fact that thought vibrations cannot usually be perceived by our five senses.The author, rather skillfully, argues that there are hugegaps in the spectrum of light and sound vibrations,wide enough to include other worlds. It is logical thatthese activities would be perceived by sense organs at-tuned to them. Increasingly sophisticated scientificinstruments are able to register more and more of thesehidden frequencies.There is constant interaction between negative and positive thought vibrations - it is the task of the indi-vidual to raise the keynote of their mind to a positive pitch by an act of will. Atkinson discusses the purposeof affirmations as twofold: firstly, to establish newmental attitudes, secondly to raise the mental keynote.He also mentions that there must be a balance betweengiving out expressions and taking in impressions in areceptive state.