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How did you get into your line of work?
I grew up captivated by science and the promise of understanding the world in which we live. When I got to college, my focus gravitated towards Psychology and understanding the roots of human behavior. My studies focused on neurotransmitters and brain structures, and I found it fascinating. By senior year, however, I grew disillusioned with Psych as a means of providing me with any meaningful answers. “Knowing” these things didn’t improve my life in any way. They didn’t make me any happier. Although I had found it interesting, studying them didn’t seem to have any real relevance for my life.
When graduated I decided to take the next year to explore and improve myself, and I realized that it was a dream since childhood to be an actor. Because I was Asian American I never really considered it a career option, but I knew that if I didn’t try, I would live to regret it. While studying acting, I was immediately struck by how I was learning more about behavior than I ever did studying Psychology and moreover it was visceral and practical. It was studying behavior through actual behavior, and it just felt right. It led me into a movement for actors which led me to explore the connections between body and emotions. I was fascinated by an offshoot of Osteopathy called Cranio-Sacral Therapy. At its advanced levels, it showed me the body could be used to access the non-conscious mind and deep emotions. It baffled me why none of these various disciplines from Psychology to acting to the movement to bodywork shared their discoveries despite each having knowledge that would revolutionize each others’ fields.
I continued to study and learn for my fascination, and in 2010 I realized that I had a unique body of knowledge seen nowhere else. More importantly, it was all unified by an overarching philosophy. Because of the tremendous impact, it had on my life it was my responsibility to share it with the world. It’s called WAMBI Exploration (Wisdom through Awareness and Mind-Body Integration), and I realize now that it is that same revolution in understanding I saw the potential for 20 years ago.
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