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What About Now? Paperback – 22 Apr 2009
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About the Author
Gina Lake is the author of over twenty books about awakening to one’s true nature, including From Stress to Stillness, All Grace, In the World But Not of It, The Jesus Trilogy, A Heroic Life, Trusting Life, Embracing the Now, Radical Happiness, and Choosing Love. She is also a gifted intuitive with a master's degree in counseling psychology and over twenty-five years’ experience supporting people in their spiritual growth. Her website offers information about her books and online courses, free ebooks, book excerpts, a monthly newsletter, a blog, and audio and video recordings: RadicalHappiness.com
Top customer reviews
However, I'm giving it four stars instead of five for two reasons. Firstly, the book didn't really go into enough detail about how to act in situations we genuinely should change - eg, being in an abusive relationship, an addict, etc - when we probably SHOULD listen to what our ego is telling us instead of just living in the moment.
Also, I see that the author claims to have had books 'dictated' to her by Jesus. I don't doubt the sincerity of her belief that the spirit of Christ has spoken through her - but to claim He has actually used her as some sort of vehicle to publish Kindle books is a little grandiloquent for my liking. Sounds rather like too much 'ego' and not enough 'essence' in that claim to me!
I'm giving it 4-stars because, although I liked it, I only read 50% because it was becoming a bit monotonous. Also I felt the author's attitude to "loss" was rather dismissive if she intended "loss" to include bereavement.