Barbara Bossert Ramsay - Writer Barbara Bossert Ramsay was born in the United States. An actor, musician and writer, her career began in New York, working both on and off Broadway. Marrying an Australian, Barbara moved to Melbourne in the 60's where her career flourished on both stage and television, and her writing career began.
Her work as a writer encompasses areas as diverse as television drama, syndicated newspaper columns, children's books, poetry and songs, as well as stage plays and musicals and, most important to Barbara, writings on matters of the spirit.
Three or four stage musicals and a television series were followed by Barbara's critically acclaimed play The Accidental Mystic, with extended seasons in Australia, London, New York, and India.
Barbara's children's book Finding the Magic became, and continues to be, a focal point for human development programs.
A spiritual student all her life, Barbara has made more than twenty-five journeys to the East in her own search. What she has found forms the basis of much of her writing. Her writings on the journey of the soul can be found in many diverse places in the world. A light and sound show near the Aztec ruins in Mexico talks about spiritual power and in India on the top of Mount Abu in a spiritual art gallery is the story of the cycle of time, Her writings in 'The Peace Pavilion' built as part of the 2000 Olympics, spoke of the peace to be found within and near the Somnath Temple in the West of India, another light and sound show tells of humanity's link with God.
Her book Tao of the Traveller, the Seven Keys of Enlightenment has become an integral part of peace and higher consciousness programs in many countries, and is now an award-winning film.
The knowledge contained in Tao of the Traveller has been Barbara's 'doorway to the Divine'. PLEASE SEE BELOW