‘Gratitude is one of the most powerful tools that can transform your life’ You might hear it somewhere. Or maybe you’re practicing it seriously on a daily basis. You’re always super generous with your ‘Thank You’ currency. You have your own gratitude journal. Here’s the […]
”Each soul has a role to play. Each human has something to say. May consciousness prevail so we can come through the veil of arrogance and ignorance to the joy and happiness of life. May we count our blessings to be beautiful, bountiful and blissful”
– Yogi Bhajan
“How did you find yoga?”
I’ve been asked this question so many times. And I always have the same answer.
‘I didn’t find you yoga. It found me.’
My mom died of cancer when I was in my early twenties. It’s a huge loss and an awakening for me.
I believe there’s a message for me in this painful experience.
It’s extremely hard for me to see your beloved mom struggling in her dead bed. What made it harder was the fact that I could do nothing to help.
I was powerless.
And I also got very obssessed with what I’d witnessed at the hospital.
So much suffering.
Cancers are growing as fast as mushrooms in Vietnam.
It stirred my heart.
So, at a very young age, I started to ask myself:
“How can I help?”
“How can I best serve?”
“How can I help people live a healthier & happier life?”
Even as a student, I began instensive study on health and holistic healing.
Starting with nutrition.
I almost completely changed my diet.
Shifting to mostly raw food.
I did yoga and a tiny bit meditation on my own with what I’d learned from youtube.
And something inside kept asking for more.
Until I decided to quit my job as a Bee Farm tour guide.
Luckily, my teacher – the owner of the farm didn’t let me go easily.
He challenged me to learn yoga as a professional teacher so that we can turn Bee Farm into wonderland of transformation & healing.
I spent 28 days studying with my neighbor. She̵