1. Unlocking the Path to Longevity and Healing: A Holistic Approach to Health and Happiness

The path to living a long and healthy life may not be a secret. Just take my grandmother, for example, who recently celebrated her 103rd birthday. She endured the Korean War, escaped from communism, and rebuilt her life in Seoul, raising six children from scratch. Throughout her lifetime, she faced numerous high-stress events, far more than the average person. Yet, here’s how she thrived: working on her small farm, consuming homegrown vegetables, and practicing gratitude through her religion every day, regardless of life’s challenges. It’s clear that a healthy diet, regular exercise, and sharing love and gratitude with others are key factors in living a long and healthy life. Notably, many cultures known for longevity follow similar lifestyles. It’s no surprise that nutrition, emotional well-being, and spiritual health play crucial roles in healing and overall well-being.



Our bodies possess an inherent ability to heal themselves. 

The key to good health lies in supporting our bodies to perform their natural functions. Just think about how a cut on your finger miraculously heals on its own. However, in individuals with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, hypertension, or anxiety, the healing process can be more challenging. When a healthy lifestyle and medicine are practiced together, the results can be astonishing. I firmly believe that most healing occurs within the comfort of our own homes—specifically, in our kitchens and our emotional and mental well-being. For instance, severe nutritional deficiencies can hinder wound healing. To live a long and healthy life, optimal nutrition and regular physical activity are essential.


Chronic stress, anxiety, and depression also have detrimental effects on our health. 

So, how do we conquer stress? Our brains evolved to detect threats like tigers or snakes, which allowed our ancestors to survive and pass down their genes. However, in the 21st century, most of us no longer face such predators. Instead, we perceive threats in social situations, such as dealing with a difficult colleague, financial insecurities, or feelings of inadequacy and unlovability. These thoughts trigger the same survival mode response that a tiger would. The problem is that these social conditions persist, and many of us find ourselves in a constant state of high stress and poor health. Understanding how our brains are wired and learning to recognize when we are trapped in survival mode can be immensely helpful.


Success leaves clues, and many brilliant minds have left behind books and articles to guide others. 

Based on my own experiences and those of my patients, we have discovered that certain concepts greatly enhance emotional and overall wellness. These concepts include the inner child concept, the oneness concept, and heart-brain coherence. We have distilled this knowledge into actionable steps that have benefited many. I am thrilled to share these insights with you. Health and happiness are intertwined, and embarking on this healing journey may also elevate your overall level of happiness, just as it has done for countless others before you.


This course is centered around optimizing our physical, psychological, and spiritual well-being to facilitate healing and lead fulfilling lives—not only for ourselves but also for the people we care about. I am genuinely excited to embark on this journey with you. Welcome!

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