Loving In The Moment

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Are you sabotaging the love that is possible in your relationships? Have you ever wished you could unlock the love that is your true nature and express it fully? Loving in the Moment offers a spiritual approach to transforming relationships by showing you how to let go of your preconceived ideas and judgments. By moving beyond your ego and conditioning, you can create a richer, more loving life for yourself and those you care about. You have the power to determine how much love ...
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Overview

Are you sabotaging the love that is possible in your relationships? Have you ever wished you could unlock the love that is your true nature and express it fully? Loving in the Moment offers a spiritual approach to transforming relationships by showing you how to let go of your preconceived ideas and judgments. By moving beyond your ego and conditioning, you can create a richer, more loving life for yourself and those you care about. You have the power to determine how much love you experience in any given moment.

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

- how to recognize, find, and sustain a meaningful relationship
- how the ego interferes with love and happiness
- how to overcome anger, judgments, criticism, and resentment
- how to move beyond romantic illusions
- how to see the Divine in another
- how to resolve common issues such as infidelity, money, commitment, and sexual differences

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461031550
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 3/24/2011
  • Pages: 214
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.49 (d)

Meet the Author

Gina Lake is a spiritual teacher and 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, Loving in the Moment, Anatomy of Desire, and Getting Free. She is also a gifted intuitive with a master's degree in counseling psychology and over twenty years experience supporting people in their spiritual growth. Her website offers information about her books and courses, free e-books, book excerpts, a monthly newsletter, a blog, and audio and video recordings.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments vii

Introduction ix

1 Letting There Be Two 1

Ego and Essence

Love Is Recognizing the Divine Self

From One to Two

The Role of Relationships in Spiritual Evolution

The Personality Is a Costume

The Ego Rejects Differences

Essence Loves Differences

Letting Life Have Its Way

How Ideas and Images Interfere with Relationships

The Self-image Is Manufactured

Programming and Relationships

Essence in Relationships

2 Moving Beyond Judgment 19

Projection

Compatibility Between Personalities

Relationships That Support Essences Goals

How Judgments Interfere with Finding a Relationship

Criteria for a Relationship: The Ego's vs. Essence's

How Judgments Interfere with Sustaining Relationships

Judgments That Pretend to Be Helpful

Finding a Meaningful Relationship

Your Judgments Are About You

Love Is More Important Than Conditioning

Noticing Love

Taking Responsibility for Our Judgments

What to Do About Judgments

Honesty Is Not the Best Policy

The Gift of Acceptance

3 Moving Beyond Anger 47

The Relationship Between Anger and Judgment

What Not to Do with Anger

How Not to Feed Anger

How to Work with Anger

What Drives Anger

Desires in the Context of a Relationship

4 Moving Beyond Romantic Illusions 67

The Levels of a Relationship

The Role of the Personality in Relationships

Factors in Compatibility

Friendship Within a Romantic Relationship

Love Is a Choice

The Role of Conditioning in Relationships

The Ghosts That Shape Relationships

Getting Our Needs Met in a Relationship

The Expectation of Sexual Fulfillment

Fantasies and the Expectation of Beauty

The Expectation of Being Cared For

The Biggest Illusion of All

5 Moving Beyond Conditioning 91

What Drives Conditioning

Ignoring and Accommodating Our Partner's Conditioning

How to Avoid Being Triggered by Your Partner's Conditioning

The Power of "I'm Sorry"

The Importance of Forgiveness

And Forget

Using Humor to Break Ego Identification

Expressing Gratitude

"Always" and "Never" Are Never True

Essence's Touches

A Spiritual Practice to Improve Relationships

6 Moving Beyond Differences 109

Differences Don't Have to Be a Problem

Essence's Solution to Differences

Meeting Differences from Essence

Working with Dysfunctional Conditioning

Making Joint Decisions

Noticing Resentments

Negotiating

7 A Spiritual Perspective on Common Problems 131

Infidelity

Inability to Commit

Saving Someone

Savers and Spenders

Different Spiritual or Religious Views

Sexual Differences

8 Experiencing Oneness Through Another 147

Seeing the Divine in Another

Experiencing Essence in Another

Staying in Essence with Your Partner

Essence in Relationship

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  • Posted May 23, 2010

    Suzie Housley, Midwest Book Reviewer

    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.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2011

    Spiritual Wisdom for Relationships

    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!

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  • Posted June 18, 2011

    My favorite book about relationships

    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.

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