Looking Inwards: Performing Shadow Work

β€˜Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.’Carl Jung Love has been a huge theme for the second half of 2021. Self-love, finding a lover, the meaning of love, discovering parts of life that you love, and so on. Through engaging dialogue with countless people, I... Continue Reading →

Reborn Once Again

We are more than halfway through this year, and it's Summer - what a time to be alive!  After reading "The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are," by BrenΓ© Brown and especially "The Courage to be Disliked," by Ichiro Kishimi and Fumitake Koga,... Continue Reading →

Keep On Iterating

Seize every opportunity you can to experience life, you never know what it can lead to Everything starts with you and ends with you, it's the circle of life Trust the process, enjoy the journey When life gives you lemons, you keep creating We often reach phases in our lives where we become unhappy and... Continue Reading →

Debunking Healthy Trends 2020

Health has played a pivotal role in all of our lives this year. We are now at the end of 2020, which means we've reached another checkpoint in our health goals. Here's a deeper dive to some trends into this year: Turmeric Turmeric is a considered a nootropic (substance improving cognitive function). The root alone... Continue Reading →

Introspection

After 6 months of hustling on building something out of me, and 2 months of proving it. We often forget to just take a day to ourselves and think about what concerns we have within ourselves..  Some questions I have been procrastinated, but still considered are the following:  Why do I fear not having a... Continue Reading →

2020 Vision

I am sure we all came into this year thinking we were going to come up and grow drastically within ourselves. This year has symbolized 20/20 greatness for many until Covid-19 inevitably trapped us in solidarity. And with the continuing major riots from bottled up oppression from hundreds of years in nationwide for #BLM, wow...... Continue Reading →

Mental Conflicts Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling

To honor both Mental Health and Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), I'll be diving into how these topics go hand-in-hand with our lives. Asian Americans have come a long way up the workforce ladder moving into large corporations. According to Asia Society, their 2018 Corporate Survey Study shows 32% of participating companies having no presence... Continue Reading →

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