Radical Happinessby Gina Lake
It 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
Radical Happiness by Gina Lake is for seekers who are ready to be finders and anyone asking the question, Who am I really?
It 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 and how it interferes with happiness, how to detach from the ego, 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!
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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, Author, Awake Joy
If ever there was a time for humanity to evolve in Consciousness it is this present moment. This book offers clear and concise guidance for living in the Now rather than being stuck in egoic thought. A very inspiring book! One that should be on everyone's reading list.
With its simple suggestions and exercises Gina Lake's book, Radical Happiness, enables the reader to easily drop into the experience of an awakened life, perhaps never to return to the egoic state of consciousness. Its hopeful message is that our natural state is available to us whenever we place our attention there rather than on the contents of the mind. I wholeheartedly recommend this book for seekers who have tired of the search and are ready to be finders. If I had read Radical Happiness without knowing who authored it, I could have readily attributed it to Eckhart Tolle. In the genre of books on self-realization, it stands unmatched.