The 99 essays in Living in the Now provide practical wisdom that can be used in daily contemplation. They address many questions raised by the spiritual search, offering insight on fear, anger, happiness, aging, boredom, desire, patience, faith, forgiveness, acceptance, commitment, love, purpose, meaning, fulfillment, meditation, being present, quieting the mind, letting go of the past, healing conditioning, dealing with emotions, trusting life, trusting your heart, and many other deep subjects. These essays will help you become more present and aware of your true nature and feel more loving, happy, grateful, and at peace.
©2010 Gina Lake (P)2014 Gina Lake
Gina Lake's timeless messages make for calming, relaxing waves of well-being while filling the listener with resolve for more mindful living. This book makes Eastern philosophies and practices accessible to harried westerners.
I will continue to look for titles by Gina Lake - the world is too harsh a place to do without a reliable place for spiritual healing.
Ms. Lake's message is greatly enhanced by the skillful narration of Toni Orans, whose reading makes the whole book feel like a cozy visit with a warm-hearted friend. The skill and tone of a narrator can instantly "make or break" an audible reading experience for me, and I truly enjoyed every moment of Ms. Orans' performance. I will look for her work from now on!
"Possibly the best book out of the lot!"
This like many of Gina's books has many insights and tips to live in the now and I have found myself listening to it numerous times. The book opened my eyes to how the Ego works and answered many questions why we think how we do.
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