Regina Louise, a beloved Hoffman Process teacher, is our guest this week on Love’s Everyday Radius. Listen in as Regina shares with us about her time at the Process and how she wanted so badly to leave…but stayed. As a child, Regina lived in over 30 foster homes, group homes, and psychiatric facilities before age 18. She never had the chance to emotionally process the traumas she faced. The Process gave her this opportunity and so much more.
One of the most powerful insights Regina shares with us is with regard to hope. She says,
“We can’t tell people to have hope. We have to tell people the truth of who they are – to BE hope.”
Rather than a passive sense of waiting for good to happen, Regina invites us to BE hope in the form of real action in the world, being Spirit not just talking about Spirit.
Regina speaks about and coaches organizations and individuals on trauma and personal development. She is also a foster care abolitionist and an author.
Regina Louise’s real-life story is the subject of the Lifetime movie, I Am Somebody’s Child: The Regina Louise Story. She is the author of three books: Somebody’s Someone, Someone Has Led This Child to Believe, and her new book to be released June 8th, Permission Granted.
Find out more about Regina here. You can also follow her on Instagram.