Sit down and get ready, fam. We're about to get right into our feels, our issues, & go DEEP on this one. In this episode, Minji sits down with Lillian So, who some people call a life coach, some people call a healer, integrator, or facilitator of transformation. Whatever you want to call her work, & whatever your comfort with the spiritual "woo-woo" (no worries, we understand), Lillian's work is helping people work through some of their toughest internal barriers to change their lives for the better. Together, Minji & Lillian break down the tough but necessary process of healing old wounds & traumas, including some helpful framing of WHY & HOW we get stuck in awful cycles of pain & victimhood. They share personal stories & reflections on how our family dynamics, generational trauma, culture, egos, & habits can get in the way of inner peace, financial stability, healthy relationships, & more. Let the healing begin.
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