Spiritual Book Review: Choosing Love by Gina Lake

In Choosing Love, GinaLake reveals how the ego interferes with love and happiness and how, by using specific techniques and taking certain approaches to life, readers can move beyond their ego, transforming their relationships and themselves.


The Pathways To Finding Spiritual Love. . .

Anyone who has ever felt that their ego is getting in the way of them making the right decision and acting from a basis of love, would do well to glean the insight and wisdom of Gina Lake. As a spiritual teacher and author of many spiritual books about awakening to our true nature, Gina Lake has a profound amount of knowledge about how a person can overcome their ego, achieving an enlightened state of mind that is of benefit not only to the person themselves, but to everyone who close to them, and the world in general.


GinaLake holds a masters degree in counselling psychology and has been helping people with spiritual growth for decades. She has used this wisdom to write many life changing books, including Trust Life and Radical Happiness.


If you have not heard of GinaLake, think Eckhart Tolle. GinaLake’s books fall close to the same messages, and the same personality, as that of Tolle’s works. Choosing Love is a well organised book which reads with great clarity. It is always the number one skill of a great writer to take the most complex principles and to write them in a way that laymen can readily understand. GinaLake has achieved precisely this, creating a work which is both deep and meaningful, yet simple to read and approachable.


Since reading Choosing Love I’ve made several changes to my lifestyle and to the way that I have been thinking, and I must say that I am feeling more positive and have experienced moments of genuine clarity.


The section “Ideas are just ideas” was a real eye opener for me. I’m the type of guy who has a profoundly powerful imagination, constantly coming up with new ideas but not necessarily making the most of them and not always being appreciative enough of the living moment. GinaLake certainly isn’t the first person to state the philosophies in the book, but if you’re anything like me, you certainly won’t mind being reminded to live in the moment and to appreciate things as they are.


GinaLake is a truly inspiring writer and she has written her deep wisdom with accuracy and clarity. I have to recommend Choosing Love. It will leave you feeling inspired and provide much luminance and insights into your personal world.

You’ll love this book. . . well, unless your ego gets in the way. 

Paul Martin Harrison

Paul Harrison is a meditation teacher, author and journalist based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Paul has helped thousands of people to discover their true potential. Don’t miss Paul’s inspirational and enlightening book Journey To The Buddha Within You.

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