Hospice Chaplain and Former Buddhist Nun Tenzin Kiyosaki Releases New Book, The Three Regrets, and Announces Virtual Workshop

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Based on Two Decades of Chaplaincy and Experience in Hospice and Palliative Care, Book and Workshop Explore How to Keep Common Regrets from Holding Back Happiness, Join Author Kiyosaki for Virtual Workshop on March 19 at 9:30am Pacific Standard Time

The Three Regrets: Inspirational Stories and Practical Advice for Love and Forgiveness at Life’s End, a guide to approaching the end of life with clarity is available for sale in the U.S. today. Written by hospice chaplain and former Buddhist nun Tenzin Kiyosaki, the book, which is based on Kiyosaki’s two decades of experience as a spiritual care counselor in hospice and palliative care, explores the three common regrets that make it difficult to accept life’s end -- not living one’s dreams, not sharing love and not forgiving -- and provides meaningful guidance on making the most out of every day that we have.

Written to resonate with readers at all stages in life, The Three Regrets is informed by the end-of-life reflections, decisions, and wishes of thousands of people across a myriad of different circumstances. The book blends inspirational stories with constructive exercises to help readers honestly reflect on their lives and meet the end with a clean heart, clear conscience, and without regret -- be it in one day or 50 years.

“I wrote The Three Regrets to create a tool to help clean up regrets, settle unresolved issues with loved ones, and set themselves up for a peaceful life,” said Tenzin Kiyosaki. “The Three Regrets offers an easy way to begin discussing what is important by engaging and recounting life’s shared adventures and indelible moments, appreciating others, and normalizing death as a part of life.”

In addition to her book, Kiyosaki will also be hosting a free virtual workshop, How to Live Without Regrets, to help participants address some of life’s toughest topics and live every day more fully. All are invited to participate in the interactive webinar on March 19th, 2021 at 9:30 a.m. PST.

“Tenzin applies timeless wisdom drawn from Buddhist teachings to complex experiences of illness in the real world of health care today,” said Ira Byock, MD, Author of Dying Well And The Best Possible Care, and Active Emeritus Professor of Medicine at The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. “Three Regrets is a gem that transcends both hospice and chaplaincy.”

The Three Regrets is offered by Plata Publishing and autographed copies are available at TheThreeRegrets.com. The book is also available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million (BAM!), IndieBound, and wherever books are sold. Learn more at Tenzin’s website, TheThreeRegrets.com.

About The Three Regrets: Inspirational Stories and Practical Advice for Love & Forgiveness at Life’s End
The Three Regrets is a definitive guide to appreciating and experiencing the fullness of life now while cultivating a forthright and peaceful relationship to our own mortality. The stories are fictional, created from composites of approximate narratives of people's reflections and regrets at the end of their lives. These stories reveal how beautiful, poignant, simple or complicated it can be to resolve life’s issues. Included are exercises to help readers examine regrets in their own lives. The Three Regrets is the first solo work from Tenzin Kiyosaki, who is a Hospice Chaplain at Torrance Memorial Medical Center in the South Bay area of Los Angeles. Prior to this, she was the Buddhist Chaplain at the US Air Force Academy for six years. She was ordained by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and practiced as a Buddhist nun for 27 years residing in India and the USA. The Three Regrets is offered by Plata Publishing and autographed copies are available at TheThreeRegrets.com. The book is also available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million (BAM!), IndieBound, and wherever books are sold. Learn more at TheThreeRegrets.com.

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