I've just finished reading "The complete guide to cosmic ordering" - Make your dreams become a reality by Alan Moore.
Now, on initial inspection, one would think this to be one of those ridiculously unhelpfull books that "unimpressed" has probably burnt to cook some marshmellows
but there is actually quite a lot of interesting stuff in here. If you read the entire book and keep an open mind to what is actually being suggested, a lot of it makes sense. The final section in particular that draws comparasons to Visualisaion makes perfect sense to me, there is a similar train of thought in Derren Brown's Tricks of the mind book.
As for ITLADian content, there was lots of overlapping ideas, but this one in particular stuck out
"Theosophy proposes that all entities, atoms, animals, humans, planets and universes reimbody, ie pass through cyclic periods of activity and rest, manifestation and dissolution. Everything exists because it has existed before , and no development or achievement is ever lost but remains imprinted on the astral light or akash, which acts as a sort of memory of nature"
I love that last line about the "memory of nature" and the concept of "akash" is a very interesting one. The book itself is quite clever in that it basically finds a way to detour you from desiring undesirable things whilst silmataneously telling you that you can actually make legitimate orders with the universe, provided they are based on good intentions and realistic expectations. I don't see too much wrong with this. Yes this book has a lot of problems, but if you take the overall message and concept of cosmic ordering, it's more about acceptance than desire.