Jan. 28, 2022

That Thing About Alchemy and the Female Nomad


In this episode: What do you get when you marry art and science, through the tempering process of a unique spiritual knowledge, with practical living experience? You bridge the gap between philosophy and real-life experiences, within the pages of a guidebook that can help you understand that "Living Through Alchemy – can create a transformational journey to freedom." Stay tuned in this episode we’re going to have a conversation with a woman who did just that anymore I’m your host Michael Herst and this is That Thing About Alchemy and the Female Nomad.

My guest in this episode is Vi Vi Thai, she is a writer, truth seeker, healer and fearlessly determined to live a free lifestyle regardless of others’ opinions. She was an international student here in the United States earning a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering at Texas A & M University and a Master of Biomedical Engineering from Cornell University. She worked here as well, up until her visa ended, and she moved to Canada  to start a new life as an immigrant from Vietnam and embarked on a one of a kind nomadic journey. It was then that she uncovered her true life’s purpose, and helps others to find their path of freedom to live their authentic selves because only then ,can we all be living a fulfilled life of happiness. Find more and how to get ViVi's book here on the website https://beforeyougopodcast.com



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Vi Vi Thai is a writer, truth seeker, healer and fearlessly determined to live a free lifestyle regardless of others’ opinions.

She uncovered her true life’s purpose after going through a dramatic and stressful time at the end of her stay in the US as an international student and worker. During that time, she achieved a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering at Texas A & M University and a Masters of Biomedical Engineering from Cornell University.

At the end of 2017, she started a new life in Canada as a new immigrant from Vietnam. Here, she embarked on a one-of-a-kind nomadic van-life adventure.

Living her life purpose, Vi helps others to find their path of freedom to live their authentic selves because only then can we all be living a fulfilled life of happiness.

She believes that, as we find our own inner freedom, that is when the world can be free and liberate itself to evolve to a better place in the cosmos.

When she’s not planning her next adventure, you can find her savoring life’s simple pleasures with her beloved dog Marco.