116. Gina Lake

…re they hold weekend intensives. Gina’s website offers information about her books and courses, and free e-books, book excerpts, a monthly newsletter, a blog, and audio and video recordings: www.radicalhappiness.com Books by Gina Lake: Trusting Life: Overcoming the Fear and Beliefs That Block Peace and Happiness Embracing the Now: Finding Peace and Happiness in What Is Radical Happiness: A Guide to Awakening Living in the Now: How to Live as the… Continue reading

Categorical Guest Index

…. J. Stewart Dixon 141. Rafael Stoneman 139. Kenny Johnson 138. Isaac Shapiro 136. Barbara Berger 134. Howard Falco 132. The Signposter and Troy of Is 130. Andrew Cohen 128. Bill Bauman 122. Ellie Roozdar, 2nd Interview 116. Gina Lake 115. Karen Richards – 2nd Interview 113. Andrée Morgana 112. Elle Collier Re 105. Matt Kahn 102. Canela Michelle Meyers 093. Inelia Benz 091. Ellie Roozdar 089. Karen Richards 082. Tom Stine 074. Martha Creek… Continue reading

125. Nirmala

…r, who points with great clarity to the simplicity and wonder of nondual presence.” – Joan Tollifson, Advaita spiritual teacher and author of Awake in the Heartland Nirmala lives in Sedona, Arizona with his wife, Gina, and their two corgis, Bodhi and Gracie. Contact Nirmala by using the contact form here. Read an interview with Nirmala here. More information about Gina and her books, including Radical Happiness: A Guide to Awakening,… Continue reading

Alphabetical Guest Index

…cis Bennett in panel discussion:: “Emptiness is also Form” Francis Lucille Frank Kinslow Fred Davis Gabor Harsanyi Gail Brenner Ganga Mira Gangaji Gary Crowley Gary Renard Gary Weber Genpo Roshi George & Mary Foster Gina Lake Gloriji Greg Goode Gregory Tucker Gurucharan Singh Khalsa & Karuna Guy Finley Hale Dwoskin Hameed Ali (A. H. Almaas) Hameed Ali (A. H. Almaas) 2 Hameed Ali (A. H. Almaas) and Karen Johnson on Nondual Relationships… Continue reading

161. Choboji

…etting up a theatre company, studying drama, writing plays and running workshops in acting and performance. ‘It is important to make one’s life a dance or a work of art. To be fluid enough to be silent as a still lake, and then as gregarious as a party host, then as compassionate as a mother, then as creative as a painter. In short, your life can be a multidimensional, fun-loving, masterpiece of silent nothing.’… Continue reading