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Loving in the Moment: Moving from Ego to Essence in Relationships
     

Loving in the Moment: Moving from Ego to Essence in Relationships

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by Gina Lake
 

We all search for love, but too often we find ourselves in difficult and challenging romantic relationships. Is there a way to find true compatibility and happiness with a partner?

Loving in the Moment offers a spiritual approach to finding love, asking us to acknowledge and then drop the preconceived ideas and judgments about others that get in the way of

Overview

We all search for love, but too often we find ourselves in difficult and challenging romantic relationships. Is there a way to find true compatibility and happiness with a partner?

Loving in the Moment offers a spiritual approach to finding love, asking us to acknowledge and then drop the preconceived ideas and judgments about others that get in the way of developing authentic relationships. "Relationships are too often a struggle to change others and get our needs met," says counselor and author Gina Lake. But that approach is backwards, she points out, because it lacks an important spiritual component: recognizing the essence, the divine within each of us.

Loving in the Moment offers profound insights and practical advice about:

how the ego interferes with love and happiness.

how to use intuition to find love.

how to overcome anger, judgments, criticism, and resentment.

how to move beyond romantic illusions.

how to resolve common issues such as infidelity, money, commitment, and sexual differences.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781571746276
Publisher:
Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
04/01/2010
Pages:
168
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author


Gina Lake, M.A. is a spiritual teacher who is devoted to helping others wake up and live in the moment. She has a masters degree in counseling psychology and over twenty years experience supporting people in their spiritual growth. Her books include Loving in the Moment, Radical Happiness, Living in the Now, Return to Essence, What About Now? Anatomy of Desire, Embracing the Now, and Getting Free. Her website is www.radicalhappiness.com.

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Loving in the Moment: Moving from Ego to Essence in Relationships 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Suzie2672 More than 1 year ago
Love is a magical quality that two people share. In order to find true and lasting love it takes knowing and loving oneself before a person is able to give their heart to another. Through the pages of Loving in the Moment: Moving from Ego to Essence in Relationships, you will gain a better appreciation for the person you are and how you need to change certain elements in your life to welcome love into your heart. Gina Lake's advice is a true spiritual awakening of self discovery. It provides a journey of self awareness that everyone needs to be able to cleanse their soul. Her concept allows you to gain the confidence and guidance you need to recognize, find, and be able to have a lasting relationship. No matter if you are single or married, there is something for everyone in Loving in the Moment: Moving from Ego to Essence in Relationships. With Gina Lakes advice you have taken the first step needed to find true and lasting love. It provides an enlightening means to discover what you heart desires.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gina Lake is my new favorite author. She writes in a clear, simple style with helpful exercises and suggestions that are easy to incorporate into everyday life. In Loving in the Moment, Gina Lake pulled the curtain on so many of my mistaken beliefs about relationships. My notion of compatibility in my quest for the perfect partner and the perfect relationship was aligned with my ego's dislike of difference. After reading Loving in the Moment, I now see how difference in relationship triggers my conditioning and provides a wonderful, though not always comfortable, way for me to become aware of it and dis-identify from it. I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to grow spiritually through the powerful vehicle of relationships!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sometimes we need a book that brings us a seemingly simply lesson on authentic love and relatiinships that is so often ignored or misunderstood. This book gently stretches our understanding of love in relationship to ourselves and others in teaching us to expand our, at times, narrow focus on our own personal desires to one that includes others by reminding us that it is ok to let go and let love in. I recommend this book .
Tomaso51 More than 1 year ago
Gina Lake's book Loving in the Moment is the best book I've ever read about the topic of love and how to understand why relationships work or don't. And I'm not kidding; I take my love life seriously and always look to be a better partner and find more happiness in my relationships. It's funny that I like this book because it's kind of a "spiritual book," but I'm not really a spiritual guy. More to the point, I am a single guy and have paid a lot of attention to books that can help me find and create better relationships. This one surprised me; it hit a home run with me. Gina makes so much sense and puts her message into words that really connected with me, words that made sense to me. Every guy (girls too!) should read this, at least once. I've already got 20 pages dog-eared for re-reading and now think of this book as a reference book and not one of those read-it-once relationship books and still have a need for another book.
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safazeta More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite book about relationships. It brings a whole new spiritual dimension to the subject with its discussion of how ego interferes with relationships and instead how relating from essence is the key to loving and successful relationships. It has changed the way I approach all of my relationships.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago