Lisa  Osina

Lisa Osina

Lisa Osina was born in New York State and immigrated with her mother and step-father in 1971 to Israel, settling on a kibbutz. She left Israel in 1977 and stopped in London on route to the U.S., where she fell in love with the city and stayed for 14 years. After returning to the U.S in 1991, Lisa began to write in 1994 and published her first work, an autobiographical novel, Moving, in 2000. Other works include Lucy’s Web and Op Hoop Van Zegen – A Dutch Steel Barge. Moving was one of the pioneering novels to be published electronically becoming one of the first ‘e-books.’ She says, “Life didn’t really begin until I reached 40.” After many years of self-educating in the realms of spiritualism and shamanism, at 50, Lisa enrolled in a four year program of self-empowerment and ancient sacred teachings. Now graduated and ordained, she balances her professional career in public accounting and her spiritual practices with writing and creativity.