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Gratitude practice! Are you doing it right?

Gratitude practice! Are you doing it right?

‘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.

It’s heartbreaking.


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 accepted.

I spent 28 days studying with my neighbor. She’s a certified Hatha yoga trainer. Before leaving for Holland, she wanted somebody to take over her yoga studio on the island.

I really enjoyed this private teacher training course. I learned & grew a lot.

Thanks to serious study, I was able to teach Hatha yoga after more than a month.

But I never thought I’d become a yoga teacher. I took the training just to deepen my personal practice and I was curious too.

I didn’t know this’s gonna be one of the major turning-points of my life.

It feels SOOO GOOD every I teach & share my practice.


Something was not quite right.

I was not sure if this was what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.

I was hugry for more.


I got a ‘mental war’ and an ’emotional crisis’. After breaking up with the man that I loved and respected deeply, I could realize how weak and small I was.

My mind kept driving me crazy by generating thousands of thoughts of that broken relationship.

I was unfocused and depressed.

My energy level fell down dramatically.

I couldn’t get anything done.

And deep down inside I knew it’s not the way that I wanted to live, ever for a second.

I needed help.

I needed a miracle.

I needed a powerful tools to pull me out of this dead spiral.

And Kundalini Yoga showed up to do just that.

I still remember the first time I tried it, it thought it’s too weird and intense that I’d not do this type of yoga again.

However, during that day I could smile and sing again. My heart was open and free.

And I was called to do Kundalini yoga more and more, again and again.

It’s been nearly more than one and a half years since I started ‘dating’ with this practice.

I never skip a day.

It’s changed my life in so many level.

The most beautiful thing is that it sets me free from my monkey mind and my limiting beliefs.

I now can become more of who I really am and move forward with love to do all the things that I was born to do.


And I can’t help sharing my Kundalini yoga practive with YOU!


Sat Nam!



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‘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 problem:

“It sounds pretty nice. But I don’t know how it’s gonna change my life”

Hey yahhh, Me too!

I’am struggling with the same problem.

In fact, I’m writing this blog post to remind myself how to take back my power.

I’m having a time buiding my own business from the ground and keep up with a job.

It’s getting harder now because some of colleages don’t like me.

Too exhausting to go on emotional sprial of ‘What about me?’

So I know this’s time for me to sharpen my gratitude weapon and bring it to the next level.

Here’re two tricks I’ve found really helpful:

1. Authentically feel and express gratitude

It’s more than a unconscious program of repeating the words ‘thank you’ as a robot.

A genuine thankful expression is an energetic experience. It naturally brings a Big Smile to your face and open your heart.

This elevated feeling dramtically affect your body. Better immune system is one of that.

2. Go specific

I used to make a list of 5 things I was grateful for at the end of the day. And it didn’t change anything…

How to make it work?

Research shows that when practice gratitude journal with details of 1 thing you’re grateful for, you’ll feel more excited, alert and happy.

Her’s my own example:

I’m so grateful and thankful for my teaching career because:

1. It wakes me up each morning and inspires you to become a better person (really walk my talk)

2. It always takes me to the ‘flow state’ where I’m completely present with my students. All life problems just vanish when I teach.

3. I get paid well for being who I am

4. It keeps me humble because I’m just a tool that real teaching goes through.

5. It makes me smile and feel so fullfiled.

Write it down. Mean it. And feel it.

Try it out and let the result judge!

With biggest love & grace,



Ps: Bring it on to your yoga practice. With each breath open your heart and feeling so grateful to be alive, to be in this body. Now relax and receive the magic unfolding!