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  • Author:
    Gina Lake
  • ISBN:
    0615153941
  • ISBN13:
    978-0615153940
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    Endless Satsang Foundation; 2 edition (March 29, 2012)
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    202 pages
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Radical Happiness book.

Radical Happiness book. Gina Lake is the author of numerous books about awakening to one’s true nature, including From Stress to Stillness, Trusting Life, Embracing the Now, Radical Happiness, Living in the Now, Return to Essence, Choosing Love, Anatomy of Desire, Getting Free, Ten Teachings for One World, and The Jesus Trilogy (Choice and Will /Love and Surrender, Beliefs, Emotions, and the Creation of Reality).

Gina Lake has been a channel since 1986. She has a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and over thirty years’ experience supporting people in their spiritual growth.

It also offers free book excerpts, free ebooks, free videos and talks, a newsletter, and a blog. Gina Lake has been a channel since 1986. She is also a nondual spiritual teacher and the author of over twenty books. Her teachings are most similar to Eckhart Tolle's, Byron Katie's, Adyashanti's, A Course in Miracles, and other nondual teachings.

Radical Happiness provides the keys to experiencing the happiness that is always present and not dependent on circumstances

Radical Happiness provides the keys to experiencing the happiness that is always present and not dependent on circumstances. This happiness doesn't come from getting what we want. Gina Lake is the author of over twenty books about awakening to one's true nature, including From Stress to Stillness, All Grace, In the World But Not of It, The Jesus Trilogy, A Heroic Life, Trusting Life, Embracing the Now, Radical Happiness, and Choosing Love. She is also a gifted intuitive with a master's degree in counseling psychology and over twenty-five years' experience supporting people in their spiritual growth. 18 September at 13:41. 18 September at 06:29. Here’s a channeled message from Jesus about prayer, which I just put up on YouTube. 8 September at 10:22.

Radical Happiness: A Guide to Awakening by Gina Lake provides the keys to experiencing the happiness that is always present . Gina Lake awakened into radical happiness after a deep exploration of psychology, metaphysics, and astrology.

Radical Happiness: A Guide to Awakening by Gina Lake provides the keys to experiencing the happiness that is always present and not dependent on circumstances.

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In 1999, Gina had a spiritual awakening shortly after meeting Adyashanti, and has since written numerous books related to awakening. Radical Happiness: A Guide to Awakening. Two weeks after that shift, she met Nirmala, a non-dual teacher. In 2000, Gina and Nirmala moved from California to Arizona together and married. Living in the Now: How to Live as the Spiritual Being That You Are. Loving in the Moment: Moving from Ego to Essence in Relationships.

Gina Lake awakened into radical happiness after a deep exploration of psychology, metaphysics and astrology. Radical Happiness is a supremely intelligent guide to awakening from the delusion of the mind and its time. Gina points with clarity and wisdom, while offering practical exercises and helpful resources, so that we may realize the extraordinary delight of the Heart. Katie Davis, Awake Joy: The Essence of Enlightenment.

This edition is no longer in print, but Radical Happiness is available in a more recent edition.Radical Happiness provides the keys to experiencing the happiness that is always present and not dependent on circumstances. This happiness doesn't come from getting what we want, but from wanting what is here now. It comes from realizing that who we think we are, that is, who our thoughts tell us we are is not who we really are. This is a radical perspective! True happiness comes from experiencing our true nature by being present in each moment.   Radical Happiness describes the nature of the egoic state of consciousness, how the ego interferes with happiness, how to detach from the ego, how to be in the moment, how to be with emotions in a way that heals and releases them, what awakening and enlightenment are, and how to live in this world following awakening. Exercises are included to help you apply the information and transform your experience of life--and become happier!

Manarius
I enjoy reading useful, relevant and true material and as I have grown older I have noticed that the books that I am led to have greatly enhanced my perception of reality and each book seems to build on the last one. This book is no exception. While I must admit that I don't agree with all that is written and implied in this book, the parts of it that I do agree with are so overwhelmingly relevant to my current position that I could rate this book a 5 with a clear conscience. Reading with what little understanding that I have of the Bible, I understand more of the body, soul and spirit and how to relate, of which to give power to...AND most importantly, I receive more and better understanding of just how to do it. Every time I think I have found THE book that shows me correctly, I find that next book in line. Hmmm, I wonder what I will "awaken" to next...
Rich Vulture
I have read many helpful spiritual books over the years but recently found myself in a somewhat stagnant place in my growth. It got to a point where everything I read sounded like everything else I read. I came to the conclusion that I needed to work harder on looking within, with no inspiration from the 'without'. I needed to develop more discipline, and listen to my inner voice.
Then I ran into this book by 'accident'. Years ago I read a book called Radical Honesty, and then I happen to see this title 'Radical Happiness'. I clicked on it, wondering if it was the same author. Needless to say it wasn't, but I was intrigued nonetheless. I downloaded the Kindle version and started reading.

To put it simply, this book broke through my stagnation! This book is crazy simple, and yes there were a lot of concepts that were review-like. But the concepts were phrased in a way that made me 'get it' on a far more deeper level than ever before. One of the most helpful things for me, was that the distinction between ego and 'self' was clarified, clarified, and clarified some more. I should mention that Gina use the word 'self' to describe our true identity, and encompass basically all that is real, all that is Not ego. I have used the term higher self, but her use of just 'self' was all encompassing, and really clicked.

Self is described in detail, and ego is described in detail. Part of my stagnation was due to my lack of real clarity over these.... ie: How do I know if communication is coming from self or ego? How can I be in closer touch with self, especially during meditation? And one of the most confusing issues for me was, What is the working relationship between ego and self? In a lot of what I had read to this point, ego and self are so opposing, so it really helped to have this relationship clearly defined.
Gina answers all the above questions and more throughout the book. She describes various aspects of the ego, and I was fascinated by the one that masquerades as being spiritual. She calls this one the Guru. That really helped to clarify some things.

To summarize, I am greatly inspired to work even more diligently on always being in touch with 'self'. Before reading the book I felt stagnant and knew I needed to look within. Gina's words have helped me to do that.

One final note, I find I like this author so I just started her book 'Sojourn'. FASCINATING so far! Not your typical book on reincarnation. I'm about 1/3 through and look forward to writing that review soon!
Samowar
This is a primer for getting out of the ego-driven mind and embracing one's essence.
Ms. Lake writes with an eloquent simplicity that cuts right to the heart of matters: the ego's hold on us and how to release it.
She is a gem!
Twentyfirstfinger
Another great book by Gina Lake! I am a spiritual seeker as so many of you are, and this book was a wonderful guide book to bringing even more happiness and love into my life. Love and joy are available to us at every moment, and Gina Lake has not just talked about these concepts, but gives us daily practices to achieve these goals. It's beautiful and I feel much more insightful into my own paths to radical happiness in my life!
Gravelblade
I bought the first edition of this book several years ago. I read it but did not have the understanding of the wiley ways of the ego to get its message. In the ensuing several years I read Eckhart Tolle, Joel Goldsmith, David Hawkins, and other mystical authors. I also read some books by Gary Douglas of Access Consciousness and began to understand how our beliefs, opinions, conditioning, and "our story" make up who we think we are. These are all false concepts of who we really are. Now as I reread Radical Happiness this book became an easy to understand revelation of the false ways of the ego that keep us trapped. I think some people are looking for answers of what "to do." This book is about how "to be" and that is harder to convey. It is an experience.

At the end of the book Gina says "The truth is hard to swallow. It means giving up not only our ideas about ourselves but our ideas period: all of our opinions, beliefs. judgments, hopes, dreams, and our ideas about our past and future. These are the only things that make us who we think we are. Nothing else. . . The mind is the great generator of identity. it is a master at generating ideas about who we are, and none of them are real. . . All of our roles and identities are like this. they are just ideas dreamed up by the mind, a way of thinking the egoic self into reality. . . When we stop thinking, or even just stop paying attention to our thoughts, the me disappears. In its place, is the truth of who we are--the Self--which cannot be put into words. This Self has been here all along. It is the only thing that has ever been here and you are it!"

As it is often said, when you reread a book you become aware of ideas that you did not get on an earlier reading. For me, this was the case.I had to do some growing in awareness to really benefit from the truth in this book. It has been a great confirmation of what I have come to understand about my true Self