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Nila Tadic de Ossio was born in Bolivia and grew up and studied in
Chile. She is a wife, mother of four children, and grandmother of ten,
and lives in Bolivia. She is a bilingual secretary, but never has had
the time to work. Being a busy housewife, she always had a book on her
lap while doing her daily chores.
A facilitator for more than thirty years in units of service groups,
Nila has directed radio spiritual programs and participated in TV
self-betterment programs. Having been a translator of Teosophic
articles, and at the Institute of Planetary Synthesis’ newsletter (IPS)
in Geneva, she was also a member of the International Advisory Council
of the World Service Intergroup (WSI), which enabled her to travel to
several countries where they have yearly meetings.
She has written three books: “Flying on a Kite (a Manual for a New
Age Disciple)”, “Going Up the Beacon” – based on TV interviews,
“Learning How to be a Global Citizen” – for youths, and is actually
writing a children’s book: “The Handbook for the Young Global Citizen – a
Wide Horizon for a Small Citizen”. They are all in Spanish.
She is also in charge of a monthly newsletter called “Beacon of Light” – www.boliviarcana.org
Nila adds that she is very thankful for having Alfonso, her husband,
for he has always been a great advisor to her and very supportive in all
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