Ha Vu

About Me

I was born and grew up in Vietnam until 20, then went to study abroad Hotel Management in Luxembourg for 4 years. I had never imagined it was the beginning of an eventful journey allowed me to meet so many different experiences that shaped me to become a woman who I am today.

While I am writing these sentences, I have a tremendously great gratitude towards everything that I had a chance to experience.

Since I was a girl, I was taught to behave well, to take care of others, to speak well and always put others first. No one had ever taught me how to love myself and how to treat myself with respect and how to take care of myself. Because people consider those things are selfish. As a result, being a woman who lived in different countries and cultures over the past 13 years, I had to deal with lots of struggles, not only outside world but mainly my inner world.

I sought my wholeness and value and love through others. My worth based on how many people loved me, my career, or my material objects. I always carried the mindset that “I will be happy if”. “Am I good enough?”

Inner turbulence, self-doubt, self-sabotage, self-criticism‚…you name it, I had them all. I walked through my day with anxiety and tension. If someone said something which I didn’t like, I defended, I fought or I felt bad inside. My mood constantly swung based on people’s behaviour. When I was in a state of disturbance, my tendency would be to act to try to fix things. I held myself back with so many limiting beliefs.

I was trying to live a peaceful, meaningful existence, but I felt like I couldn’t stop the mental dialogue in my head. At any moment my mind could decide to freak, close down, fight with what was happening.

I thought that if I would change things outside, I would be okay. But nobody has ever truly become okay by changing things from outside. There is always the next problem. The truth is I didn’t live my life; I lived my mind.

Elizabeth Gilbert said, “I’ve never seen any life transformation that didn’t begin with the person in question finally getting sick of their own bullshit.” I know I needed to change.

The spiritual journey definitely helped me a lot in doing my shadow works over the past few years. It was hard. It was challenging. But here I am, walking around this world completely free and being comfortable with, whatever happens, no judgement, just appreciating and honouring and respecting. The things used to destroy me in the past can come and go, leaving me perfectly centred and peaceful.

I reach the place where I find my true self and my unconditional happiness. And still, it’s always an ongoing thing because I don’t think we ever reach the destination.

By experiencing through my inner revolution, I now know I carry a mission to help other women to do the same.

I am currently looking for people who want things to be different, look for change or have important goals to reach. Whether you want to achieve specific goals, to be more effective or more satisfied at work or to develop new skills to navigate life’s changes. Perhaps you want more from life – more peace of mind, more security, more impact in your work.

If you are willing to take action to change your life, contact me at [email protected] and we can discuss in details how can I help?

Ha x