You are Powerful and Limitless… that’s what I learned in my journey.
I’ve been a self-development junkie all my life. Through reading inspirational literature, I helped myself through the pains of being an immigrant kid, a girl of colour, and having the incessant feelings of being different. This began when I was 5, when my family moved from Seoul to Buenos Aires.
When I was 11, we moved again to Vancouver. Being a two-timer immigrant, a visible minority girl, and being a strange version of “fresh off the boat” was nothing short of easy. I couldn’t fit in with the Latin kids, and I couldn’t fully relate with the Asian kids. My teen life became a constant battle of multiple identities, languages, and cultures.
“Who Am I?” and “What am I here for?” Were the questions that always came up in my mind.
When I was 16, I first came across Jack Canfield’s Chicken Soup For the Soul series. I devoured them. They soothed me to survive in an oppressive, narcissistic, and dysfunctionally blended family.
By 16, I was already living on my own, finishing high school, then going to university, without any parent/guardian care or financial support.
I could hardly say that my childhood was a walk in the park. By this age, I had experienced more adversity than what most people would in a life time. I score a 10/10 in the ACE (Adverse Childhood Experience) Questionnaire.
Through the process of being human, we become “marked” by negative experiences, and when we don’t learn how to process these pains, we make limiting, unfavourable choices based on them. Outside of our awareness, the past starts to dictate and shape our future.
In my family, nobody ever encouraged me to succeed. In my family, girls didn’t need to succeed. Girls just have to marry well, and getting a higher education was only to have a better chance of marrying into a reputable family. Financial and career significance were only for men, and only certain professions were considered “valid” and defined as “success.”
The main quest in my journey, and in my clients’ too, is creating an outcome that is so far from what runs generationally in the family. (Read more of my story, and the path of finding and living your purpose HERE).
My story may not be your story, but everyone understands the limitations set by culture and upbringing. This realization is what made me leave my marriage, becoming a single mother at 29. Once I recognized the power of Conditioning, and how despite my efforts to become my own success, I realized that I had caved to the “traditions” instilled in me. It became personal a commitment for me to create a different example for my children.
For many years following my divorce, I focused on building a fulfilling career that meets my emotional and financial satisfaction. I could only achieve this through intensive self-improvement, getting the right type of help and support, and upgrading my subconscious mind to become the one who deserved my success.
I changed my personality, and it changed my circumstances. I learned to embody the inner power required to create any results I desired.
How does my story relate to you?
You’re here because you’re deeply unhappy.
Becoming happy starts with alignment. We think we have free will. But what we end up creating is far from freedom. By default, no matter how much we rebel and attempt to disrupt, we create what our Conditioning set us up for, unless we learn how to break the nasty cycle and upgrade our subconscious control center.
If you don’t even know who you really are, and what your potential is, how could you choose what is right for you?
The truth is, by default, none of us really know what we really want. We only know what we were conditioned to want, or some version of what we’re taught to want, and that’s the beginning of the incessant, intangible dissatisfaction that defines modern adulthood.
Your path, as it is mine, is to find yourself, align with your calling, and go much further than being someone you were expected to become, and shed the identity that no longer serves you.
No matter how good you believe you had it in your life, your original Conditioning is always about limits. The limits of doing what you already know, and what’s been known as a possibility for you.
I had to become that woman who is committed to having it all, outside of any realm of possibilities that was ever presented to me as my options.
My life changed when I learned the most effective way to intentionally set my subconscious patterning, and leveraging my subconscious mind to powerfully command the course of my destiny.
The cool part is that I now live the dream which I wrote down as a vision back in 2015, in the midst of many deep personal and professional struggles. Now I live it, breathe it, and thrive in that vision that once, was just a desire and a mental picture.
Currently, I live in Vancouver, Canada, with my two children. I have worked with clients all around the world, in 6 continents, and in 14 different countries (and counting).
With clarity and power, you can learn to manifest what you want using your most incredible weapon: your mind.
There is nothing I wish for more for you than to align and thrive as your greatest self in your career, relationships, and build a powerful legacy.
Will you join me?