Regina Sara Ryan is the author of numerous books in both wellness and spirituality, including: Praying Dangerously; The Woman Awake; and the classic Wellness Workbook, coauthored with John W. Travis, M.D.
Regina conducts seminars and retreats in the U.S. and Europe.
Latest Book by Regina Sara Ryan
WOMEN CHALLENGE THE LIE
8 Radical Moves to Get Beyond "Never Good Enough"
An invitation for women of all ages to confront the "Never Good Enough" – a common subtext of modern life that undermines their appreciation of inherent beauty and goodness. Together with Shinay Tredeau, Regina recommends 8 Radical Moves, to take alone or in the company of other women, to meet this challenge, and thereby sustain and deepen this commitment to self-understanding and compassion. Filled with dozens of personal stories and practical wisdom, Women Challenge the Lie is ideal for women’s groups and book clubs; yoga teachers and students; mothers and daughters; caring friends and sisters; and for readers of the author’s previous books. RELEASE DATE: March 1, 2017.
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Interview Conducted in September 2010 with Bhadra Mitchhell of Banyan Tree Communications
Question: As a writer and spiritual seeker, how has your personal progress informed your writing in terms of style and content?
Regina: "Spiritual seeker" is a somewhat loaded term for me. I am doing my best day in and day out to turn around being a "seeker," because it implies that there is something "out there" for me to attain or find. It might be better to call me a pilgrim, making the rounds of the holy places (and aren’t all places holy from a certain perspective?) in order to worship, celebrate and meet others with a similar focus. So, with that in mind, I’d say that writing for me is a way of clarifying what it is that I already know but have not yet articulated. The wisdom is all there already, I simply have to relax enough to access it. It’s the same for all of us. We may lack some technical data, but the truth/the truths are available with inner listening. I made a strong effort in my writing to stay within the parameters of my own personal experience. It would be so tempting to write "about" things that I consider ideal. But, life is not ideal, it simply is what it is. I hope my writing will reflect this appreciation and honesty to my readers.