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Radical Happiness Blog

Offering ongoing support for spiritual awakening and living in the moment

Inspiration for Today

“‘I think...’ Watch those two words, please, as they point to speculation on the part of the mind, a mere idea that is often based on very little information or knowledge. Often such thoughts have no basis in reality whatsoever. The mind just likes to think, so it thinks thoughts. It comes up with ideas pretty much out of the blue. Notice how much of your conversations with others are based on opinions and theories about anything and everything. This is what the mind does. It produces thoughts, opinions, judgments, and evaluations, among other things. These are not the objective evaluations and conclusions that your rational mind is capable of, but a horse of a completely different color. This is not intelligence functioning, but programming. Pure and simple. Watch the mind. See for yourself.”

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Radio Interview with David Kamnitzer

Listen to a radio interview with Gina talking with David Kamnitzer, author, healer, and teacher. Gina and David discuss her writing, transformation of consciousness, and grounding energy in the body. David is located in San Jose, CA and has openings for new clients and students. (1 hour):

 

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The Jesus Trilogy Audiobook Is Now Available

TJTAudiobookThe Jesus Trilogy. In this trilogy by Jesus, are three jewels, each shining in its own way and illuminating the same truth: You are not only human but divine, and you are meant to flourish and love one another. In words that are for today, Jesus speaks intimately and directly to the reader of the secrets to peace, love, and happiness. He explains the deepest of all mysteries: who you are and how you can live as he taught long ago. The three books in The Jesus Trilogy were dictated to Gina Lake by Jesus and include Choice and Will, Love and Surrender, and Beliefs, Emotions, and the Creation of Reality. 8 hours.

“I represent and have always represented the Consciousness within you. I reflected the Love that you are so that you could know it within you. That was my purpose. I did not come to be worshiped but to show you the way to love and worship all of life.” –Jesus
 
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Listen to an excerpt from the audiobookThe Jesus Trilogy; read by Fred Kennedy (22 min.)

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Why Slow Is Better

With so much interest these days in mindfulness and being present, I want to put in a good word for moving slowly, for not hurrying though life. Being present is nearly impossible when we are in a hurry. Furthermore, we find that when we are present, we rarely choose to be in a hurry. Hurrying is generally motivated by the ego, by the thoughts that run through our mind. That voice pushes us to get things done asap—no matter what. The “no matter what” is the problem, because if we make life about getting things done, we are going to miss out on a lot of life.

As we hurry through our day, it’s easy to forget that being is just as important as doing, as being needs to inform our doing or life will begin to feel dry, lifeless, and joyless. If we listen solely to the egoic mind (the voice in our head), we will begin to feel like an automaton, and we will find ourselves consumed with doing things that don’t bring us joy, but only more things, more money, more power—more of what the ego wants but less of what is truly meaningful.

Slowing down our pace and just being for moments throughout our day gives us access to our true nature and its innate wisdom. Hurrying, on the other hand, keeps us tied to the ego, which barks its commands, pushes us harder, and shames us. The ego views life from a lens of fear and scarcity. It doesn’t trust life because it isn’t in touch with the truth about life. It copes with its fears and insecurities by pushing us to constantly be doing. When we are caught in the ego’s world, we can never rest and just be, and we lose touch with the deep sense that all is well.

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