Every single challenge is a catalyst to get to the next level. For Victoria Vives Khuong, that catalyst was a near-death experience as she was drowning in the ocean. Victoria is a healing and shamanism teacher, spiritual leader, and the host of the Divine Sexuality podcast. She’s also an international best-selling author of the book called In a Matter of Seconds. On today’s podcast, Victoria gets intimate with Jen Du Plessis as she talks about the four keys to empowerment and turning on our womanliness. She also shares the circumstances that brought her to this particular place, what made her want to work with women in helping them find their sexuality, and the importance of our connection with our partners.
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The Keys To Empowerment With Victoria Vives Khuong
I have a great guest. It’s funny how we met because we’re both in a coaching class with Steve Olsher, who does Icon Maker. We had the opportunity to sit together for a couple of days and I was sick when it happened, so I stayed away from everybody. I didn’t have COVID. I was just sick. It is my delight and pleasure to introduce you to Victoria Vives Khuong. We were talking in the green room about how we wanted to share her bio and I feel like it’s important to share a couple of pieces of her bio. Bear with us as we get through this process as I share her bio, and then we’re going to get into some sexy stuff, and there’s a reason behind that.
Let me first tell you a little bit about her. She is a champion of truth and consciousness. Her diverse and colorful history gives her a unique perspective and keen ability to connect with people from all walks of life. She was raised in the ghettos of Spain. If you’ve never been to Spain, it’s beautiful. I know there’s a ghetto someplace, but it’s beautiful. I love Spain. She didn’t have a father. He left her early in her age. As a multi-ethnic child of a single mother, she grew from her experiences of poverty, racism, sexual abuse, congenital problems, and social stigma to achieve high levels of health and wealth as well as high levels in the entertainment industry.
She discovered her true calling by empowering others on their path to self-actualization. That’s her formal bio, but here’s what she’s doing and why we brought her on to the show. We’re going to talk about all this, but she’s an international bestselling author of the book called In a Matter of Seconds. It has an absolutely beautiful cover. She’s a model, so what do you expect. It’s going to be beautiful. Maybe you can teach me how to do good selfies. I have read it from beginning to end. It’s dog-eared all over the place.
She is a healing and shamanism teacher, spiritual leader, and a host of the Divine Sexuality podcast. She’s helped over 4,000 women around the world to access their greater fulfillment in their lives and help others to do the same through energy, healing, and spirituality. Thank you for doing that. I want people to understand you’ve had this unbelievable transformation. First of all, I resonated with your book because I have a similar path with different experiences. It’s that same path of coming into your own power, coming into your own self, and being comfortable in your own skin in a multitude of ways. Not just the surface piece of that, but being who you are, and the power that’s behind that.
I want to talk about these four keys to empowerment. That’s a special thing that we want to talk about. That said, we have both men and women on this podcast. I want to make sure that men are reading for the purpose of helping their women. Let’s dig in and I’ll have you tell us a little bit about your background and how you came into this because you did have these quite substantial challenges. We know this podcast is called Success To Significance: Life After Breaking Through Glass Ceilings. You’ve got a multitude of glass ceilings. Tell us about a glass ceiling that made the difference for you, perhaps was the tipping point that brought you to where you are.
Jen, I feel that I wish I could tell you this one, and I will. It’s not because it was the one. I feel that every single challenge is a catalyst to get to the next level. That means that if we will have just one major one, sometimes it would not allow us to explore our full potentiality. In order to continue with self-actualization throughout our lives, we will have the next one. Sometimes, it’s almost like life knows that we have already graduated for this level, so now we can take a little bit more. Sometimes, the next challenge is bigger.
It’s like consumption. You get it in your mouth, chew on it, swallow it, and now you’re ready for more. If you can think about one catalyst, and I’m thinking about a couple that I read in your book, that changed you and brought you to where you are because I know the podcast that you have, Divine Sexuality. I’ve been in classes with you and I know what you’re talking about and how you want to change women’s lives. What circumstance brought you to this particular place, or if there was something even further back that you feel has brought you to this point?
I would say the major catalyst was a near-death experience, drowning in the ocean. That changed my life.
I’m okay swimming, but I almost drowned when I was nine. I’m telling you I could resonate with a whole bunch of things. I’m okay in the water, but there’s no hanky-panky going on in the water. Don’t pretend like you’re going to push me or dunk me.
We have a lot in common then because I was the same growing up. I was like, “I don’t want to even go into the water.” My mother forced me because she understood the value of it. That was, I would say, the greatest catalyst because I didn’t know if I was going to make it. At that moment, those seconds felt like years when I was not sure what’s going to happen and I was not able to help myself. I lost consciousness. It was a moment in where we take how to recommit to be here on Earth and say, “Yes, I want to live. I want to be alive. I want to survive. Even though I had all these challenges and I wasn’t sure why I’m here in this life, at this moment that I’m facing death, I know I want to be alive, so I need to do everything in my hand to survive.” Right there, I fainted and lost consciousness.
I remember reading it. Someone remembered you and came to your rescue, so that’s good.
That was powerful in the sense that seeing myself from outside my body, descending in the ocean, and lying down on the floor of the ocean peacefully. From that stress that I had and that fear to instant peace, that experience and seeing myself without judging and saying this is a good or bad situation, that completely changed the rest of my life.
I know that propelled you to get a tattoo that is gorgeous, by the way. It’s on your side that has your angel wings. That’s beautiful. There are some major traumatic things that happened to you, but you also had some beautiful things. One, you’re gorgeous. You’ve been a model and you have a beautiful look to you. It’s exotic. I think of that already exudes sexuality. Is that why it came into this? What made you want to work with women in helping them find their sexuality?
I know there’s more depth to it. It’s not like you just want to be more sexual and have sex more often. It’s more that it comes from within. You exude it and it has that power. I can say that I’m Jennifer. I can say I have JLo goosies. It gives me the chills to come into your own and walk around and be you. Be that superwoman without having to have the pose. Tell us a little bit about how you’re transforming women who are coming to you, maybe in the same 5, 6, or 12 different things that you had to go through and feeling that they’re worth nothing? They can’t find themselves and they haven’t had that breakthrough. How do you help them do that?
Imagine, I grew up as the only black person that I met until I was about to turn fourteen, so that means that everybody around me was white. Despite that, the body image issues that can come from that because I could not fit in the standard of beauty that was there. That was a big thing. I was surrounded by women. I grew up with my mom, grandmother, and aunt. My dad, for a period of time, was with us but my mom left him. It was my mom who said, “This is not a good man.”
She left him, so then I went to an only-girl school. I was surrounded by women. That was my life, understanding the feminine since I was small because I was surrounded by it. We were in a population that was led by men. It was a dictatorship and it was ultra-conservative. A woman was almost like a second-class and our greatest aspiration was to be the servant of our husbands. That was the world I grew up in. It didn’t feel good.
You didn’t know any different. That was just the way it was.
My thought was, “No. Sex is a taboo.” That took me a long time to heal from that. The fact of being a woman and being powerless, I didn’t want to be the next loser in my lineage. I said, “I want to be like a man. I’m going to surround myself with men and learn from them and succeed,” and that’s what I did.
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Is it karate that you do or is it something special?
I trained in many different styles of martial arts as a fight choreographer and stuntwoman. In all this work that I did, I had to learn different styles. I started with Wing Chun, then I continued with different practices like Shaolin and other practices. Jeet Kune Do was the one when I became a teacher. I started teaching as well. That’s Bruce Lee’s martial art. That’s throughout my life and until I have started with Divine Sexuality, I was on the tomboy side. I was going to fight the most powerful warrior and it felt good and empowering but I realized that we, women, have a different kind of power. Unless we tap into that, we are going to stay empty inside.
I don’t want that for myself. I didn’t leave any stone unturned. I wanted to make sure that I understand this for myself and for my marriage. At a point in my marriage, this was a concern for me. I couldn’t connect deeply with my husband, so I started searching. As a healer also, I saw my students able to heal some things, but this aspect of being a woman and embracing sexuality in the healing and the spiritual world is not embraced. I needed to make sure that that missing piece would be taken care of.
That’s important in it. We even had this discussion when we were together in San Diego as we were going around the room and all of us were telling you what our women’s issues were. Someone came up to me afterward and said, “Are you okay in your marriage?” I’m like, “Yeah. I’m fine. We’ve been married for 37 years.” Men reading this, a lot of women on the exterior, and you even wrote this in your book saying, “It all looks fine and it looks dandy, but the inside is such a shell.”
When I think of a walnut shell and maybe that’s something to go because it’s not that pretty, a walnut shell is super hard. Inside, there are a lot of women who seem super hard on the outside, but on the inside, there’s nothing there. They’re hard on the outside and soft on the inside. It’s dried up, and I don’t mean it is sexual content like that. I’m just saying there’s a shell of a person. They’re trying to be what everybody wants them to be on the outside and not working so much on the inside. Does that make sense?
Absolutely, a big part of this is the culture we have and we live in, especially our Western culture. Indigenous tradition is not so much that way but when we come to our understanding that if we want to succeed in this world, we have to compete. There was our feminist movement. It was empowering, and we were able to achieve greater things. As women, we can achieve the same as men. At the same time, we lost part of our connection with our femininity. We lost part of our presence in our bodies and we are more focused on our intellect. We have sacrificed almost part of ourselves. Not only that, we also have doubled what we are holding on our plates. Now we are trying to be good as a woman, but also good as a man. We are overwhelmed, close to burnout, and depleted.
I love that you say that. You help women move from being a depleted woman to a blooming woman. How does this transformation happen? I know one of the other things that you work with is people that have body shame, insecurities, and things like that. What about the people that don’t have insecurities or body shaming, they feel good, but they feel depleted? How do we get that smile back and that glow? You should look at the show on YouTube because there’s something about you, Victoria, and it was from the beginning.
I remember when you were at New Media Summit on stage and telling your story. We had that as well as we have had opportunities to be in the same room together, but there’s something about you. It oozes out of you. Sexuality oozes out of you and there are women that are beautiful and not beautiful and they still can do that. I’m looking at me and I’m going okay, “My eyes aren’t going, ‘Hey.’” I’m in the moment doing my thing.
It’s such an attraction. I don’t care about the outside. I’ve looked this way all my life. I’ve been in the Miss Colorado beauty pageant and I get all that stuff. It’s not that I don’t feel it. You have this depletion of, “I’ve got to be strong. I’ve got to be professional.” How can I turn that off and on is what I’m asking? Can I be a businesswoman and then all of a sudden turn it on and then turn it back off and I need to be a businesswoman?
The trick is to turn it into a lifestyle. It’s not on and off but it’s always fuel in everything in your life. That means that you can become more magnetic, creative, and successful in business by allowing that to be almost like the underlying force that guides you on a daily basis. That’s my recommendation. Not to have a practice that we do ten minutes a day in the morning.
“I’m turning on my womanliness.” For men reading, they might be thinking the same thing like, “How do I draw that out of my woman? How do I say, ‘Stop being all business. Be sensual with me. Be cozy?” It’s like, “I can’t because I got all these things I’ve got to do.” How can a man draw that out for their spouse or their significant other?
Something essential is for us to reconnect with our bodies. When we put all our energy in our intellect and our minds, and we are almost going to bed with the next spreadsheet that we are going to do, that is not a way to be sexy. We need to start tapping into how you connect with your body. For example, your beloved massaging you, that can be amazing. Massaging you not just regularly, but it has to be a full five senses experience. That means essential oils, music, and nice light that you like. For example, the Himalayan salt lamps have a warming light.
You want to create the perfect environment that despite going into that room, your sacred space or sacred bedroom, always feels like, “I’m in for a treat,” so aim to create that. On top of that, we start with a massage that your beloved gives to you. We know how women are. We need some preparation to calm down. We need our men to support us with that. It cannot always be a quickie. We need to have that time to reconnect so that our energy comes from our minds into our bodies fully. That’s something that any man can do to help their women to create that environment. Sometimes, they don’t understand. It’s like for them, “I don’t care which light there is.” You’re like, “I’m worried for this already.”
Women think that too, though. I have to be honest. I’ll take things I want to read like your book. I was like, “I need to read these things. I print them out during the day, put them aside, and want to read them. I want to read this stuff and I don’t want to do it in front of my computer. I want to have some downtime and read.” I’ll walk in with a pile of things, a pen, sticky notes, and a highlighter. I’ll walk into the bedroom and he’s like, “Great foreplay. You’re foreplaying here.”
That’s not a good way.
We’ve laughed about it for years because that’s when I take everything into the bedroom. I don’t want to put all this pressure on all the men because it’s us. We have to learn to switch this off. It’s not an on and off switch. It’s being present in the moment. To get started, it’s like, “Don’t bring my ‘foreplay’ into the bedroom.”
Your bedroom is your sacred bedroom. It’s a place where you commune with your beloved. It’s a place where there are no cell phones. Sometimes, even pets, kids, and anything else. It’s like your sanctuary for your intimacy with your partner. You already have that connection that when you enter that room, it’s to connect with your partner. It doesn’t have to be always lovemaking. It can be just to look at each other’s eyes, have that massage that we were talking about, hug each other, and do anything, but something that doesn’t take your attention because throughout the day there are so many screens that we look at. We need to switch from that to read papers or other things. We don’t have the time to connect. We are bombarded by information, so we need to put that aside and have that time with our beloved.
You had said something about helping women move from what you call a shut-off state to an ecstatic experience. I’m going to share another thing too. It’s funny. I wear yoga pants and it has nothing to do with COVID because I’ve been in the house all the time. When I’m at home, I just wear yoga pants and stuff. I used to wear drawstring pants and I would say to my husband, “I’m going to get change for bed,” and get out of my monkey suit, which was my work suit. He would say, “When that drawstring pulls, it’s over.” He comes running in behind me and he goes, “Don’t pull the drawstring.” I go, “I tied it right and it would be done.” He’s like, “It’s over.”
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I’d say, “I’m going to go to bed now.” He goes, “I’ll be there in a minute.” I go, “Okay.” In two minutes, I’m sleeping. I’m out and he’s slow-motion going, “No.” How do we prepare for bed? When we have children, we know how to do this. It’s like getting the bottle, cuddling up, and reading a book. We move into going to bed and getting them set. If you can’t go from, “Dinner is done. Let’s put you in bed,” you’ll scream for hours. The baby will. We do this process with our children. What happens to us as adults that we don’t do this same process when we’re with a spouse or a partner? Why is it we don’t do that? What could we do to make that transition?
It’s a matter of reprogramming a little bit of what we are doing as a hobby because we don’t even think about it. It’s already programmed. We have done it for many years, that unless we have truly a plan that we want to put into practice with discipline, it’s not going to happen. My recommendation would be for you and your partner to have a conversation. What is that you want? My points for these would be making sure that you have a full hour before going to bed that is not with a cell phone, watching anything, working, or reading. This is you both getting ready for going to bed together. Every time that we wake up and every time that we go to bed is a transition. As much as it is when we go on a trip and we come back from a trip. We want to honor that together and go to that sleep state together. We use that opportunity, that space, in that proximity for something to happen. I was recommended, “Why do you need pajamas?”
It is because I’m always cold.
I understand that you can put a little bit of a heater or a blanket. It’s important. We underestimate the importance of our connection with our partners. If you don’t have your clothes on, you’re going to be a little cold, so it’s nice that we’re hanging together and cuddling. Some other things might come, but if you are always covered, then you have one more step to move through.
All these barriers or boundaries that we’re setting up. Me with my homework, which is my foreplay, and the clothes. It’s all that stuff. It’s consciousness, and it gets back to what you’re talking about you as an author, how you are a champion of truth and consciousness. It’s being more conscious about those things. Let me ask you a couple of other questions. This podcast is going from success to significance and perhaps, it could have been said as, “My mess is now my message.” My experience now becomes what I want to share with people and breakthrough all these glass ceilings and things.
Let’s talk about the business side of this, having the breakthrough that you now have placed yourself in this environment. I’m sure knowing you and having read your book, there’s going to be multiple other ceilings that you’re going to be breaking through because this won’t be enough for you. You’re going to go and do all kinds of crazy, wonderful things. If someone is reading this transitional podcast and they’re saying, “How do I make it through this?”
Whether someone’s at the beginning of it or in the midst of a transition or on the backside relishing in the results of that, what advice do you have for people who are just starting this walk into finding their inner power? Men too, because some men need to work on sensuality and sexuality and not just sex. What are some transitional tips that you can give to people in each one of those spots or baby steps that they can take to get started or stick with it? Now they’re on the other side, let’s make sure they don’t lose it.
To make sure, are we talking about business or sexuality?
We’re talking about the sexuality part of it, but also for people that are in a business situation where they’re thinking about that transition and they’re finding that inner power of them. Whether it’s through sexuality or it’s just normal business. You can answer both facets if you’d like. Also, helping people find their power, whether it’s sexual power or business power.
We need to find the blessing in the difficulty, so that means there is a crisis like we are going as a collective through a tremendous crisis. Not just here, I talked with my family in Spain and it was tremendous. We need to find our strength in these situations and understand that they are not necessarily all bad. In Chinese and Japanese, the word crisis means danger but also opportunities. That’s how it is written. It has a symbol of danger and opportunity. Once we understand the danger, Coronavirus, we have to look for the opportunity.
This is something that we have to always be tuning into. That means that through our lives, we’re going to have many challenges, but we need to almost turn it around and say, “I get it. This is the challenge, but what comes from this? What is the gift behind this situation? What is a blessing?” I have a mantra that I learned, and I assume you know because of the book. “What is the blessing? What is the angel in this situation? Please show up right now. I want to see.”
Just demand that because otherwise, our minds spiral down into negativity. As soon as we see the first blockage in our path, we are stopped, and that cannot be. Resiliency is essential. We want to turn our fear, danger, and crisis into an opportunity and say, “No, this is happening so that I can become stronger and learn the lesson,” and then you can rise even higher. That will be one of the most important things that I see because we can become victors or victims. It’s up to us.
I say that all the time. It’s funny you mentioned that because when Coronavirus started, I did a big seminar for a couple of hundred people. I said, “This is a situation where we can be the victim or the victor.” That’s critical. Tony Robbins says, “In times of crisis, you can be crushed or you can be creative,” and figure out what’s that opportunity that lies ahead of you. Someone’s in the midst of a transition, either with their beloved and their partner, and they’re trying to think about how we can make this happen and continue to survive through it. It’s easy to try it a couple of times, a couple of nights, turn the TV off, and do all that, but I don’t know if I can do it forever. The same thing in business. If someone’s making that transition and they’re saying, “I’m not getting the traction.” What tip do you have for them to stay on it? Most people stop and shy away from their successes.
Celebrate your successes. As business owners, we are so hard on ourselves. I’m not free of blame. It happens to me. I was chosen because of a pitch contest in my pitch world. Weeks before that, my podcast also was chosen as the editor’s pick, so a lot of things are happening. Instead of putting my attention on that, sometimes I am directed to what is missing and what I should do further. “I should have accomplished this other thing. Why has this not worked yet? My new video doesn’t have the number of views that I would like it to have.” These little things. Sometimes, we put our attention on that and we don’t dedicate a space to truly celebrate.
Our energy systems, nervous system, mind, and emotions need to celebrate. We need that energy to fuel the next steps in our journey. There is no way around. It’s going to get tough, but it is up to us to change that perspective, how we look at it, and what we do about it. When things are going tough, stop for a moment, “This little segment is not going well. How about the rest?” What are your successes? What are you grateful for? I would recommend doing that on a daily basis because what happens is that normally, we leave it for when we are already down. If we do a little bit of preventive focusing on gratitude on a daily basis, then it doesn’t have to go solo.
I was listening to someone who said something about death. We’re all going to die. We’re afraid to die but we don’t focus on, “I’m going to die today. I’m going to die tomorrow.” Instead, we focus on negativity on living. We’re afraid to die but we don’t focus on that. Instead, we focus on the fact that we’re afraid to live. It doesn’t make any sense. Go out there and live. We’re afraid of failure. “Failure is the worst thing that can happen to us.” No. Death is the worst thing that could happen to you. Instead, we focus on this failure, and then we don’t live.
Do you know one thing that I started doing also after my near-death experience? I started looking at life like a game. Imagine that it’s like a video game that you can do anything. Why not? Because in reality, it is a little bit like that. If we take it always serious and we don’t allow ourselves to try new things, be pioneers, and explore new things, then what is it about? We don’t want to just live a boring life. Instead, let’s play fully and see what happens, and you might be surprised.
Let me ask you, do you have a quote or a mantra that you live by? You mentioned a little bit of a mantra that you use, but is there something that drives you in your life, whether it’s business or personal? Is there something that you’re always going back to?
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I always like to see when something is scary as the fear that is driving me away from my true self. I like to see the love and when I can act fully without thinking about, “Maybe it’s not going to be good,” then that is because I’m going and embracing who I am. When something is scary or I’m fearful about it, I want to make sure to look at that and say, “This is part of my growth. There is something there that is hidden that I don’t know yet what it is exactly, but unless I go through it, I might not be living fully.” Of course, we want to do this with precaution. It doesn’t mean, “I want to jump from the airplane.”
I get that. They say face fear head-on, but we’re saying, “Face fear head-on, but maybe not fear head-on.” Maybe look around it and say, “If I can get around it, what are the opportunities that are on the other side?” That’s what I want to focus on. This is not the scary part. The scary part is what’s going on on the other side. It’s like, “Can I get past this to get to all these wonderful opportunities that are on the other side, instead of making it the Great Wall of China?”
Maybe it’s just a little speed bump. I love that you think through that as well. I could talk to you forever about all kinds of fun stuff, but I want to make sure that everybody knows the name of your book, In a Matter of Seconds. In there, you’ve got five keys to freedom, which I love. I know we didn’t get time to get into those, but I encourage everyone to get your book. Is it an eBook as well? Can someone get an eBook?
It’s an eBook like Kindle, paper book, and also the hardcover.
I also know you have a couple of freebies that you’re giving away to us. Tell us a little bit about the Divine Sexuality eBook. That’s going to walk us through what?
It is thin, but it has all the information that you need. It starts with the idea of moving from the shot of state into the ecstatic experience. It walks through the five different aspects that keep us in that shot of state.
I want to get that myself. You also have a 5 Self-Care Secrets Challenge. Tell us about that.
Sometimes, women come to me like, “I want to become this goddess of divine sexuality.” I’m like, “You need to start with step number one. Are you taking care of yourself? Are you dedicating some of that energy that you put out in the world to come back to you, nurture yourself so that you are recharged and feeling that self-love? Most women don’t do this. That’s why I created the five-day challenge for self-care. We go every day a little bit further. It’s a step that you can take in 5 to 15 minutes a day. It’s life-changing. It’s having a profound effect. I’m seeing women transforming and creating that habit that sometimes we need support, system, structure, and a group of women that come together so that we can make it happen. That’s what it is.
The five-day challenge takes you from this side of the river to the other, and it’s a bridge. If you go over that bridge and your spouse is on the other side, and you’re going, “Come on.” “I don’t know. I don’t trust you. You weren’t this way before.” Do you recommend that women not in your community or group of women share intimate things? Do you suggest that men and women go through this process together or that the women let the men know that they’re going to be going through that process, or men listening can hand it to their woman?
Men are not allowed in that challenge, but they are welcome to support their women. That’s super important for them to know how this is something essential for us. They are going to receive the benefits from us feeling at our best. When we start focusing on nurturing ourselves, we have so much more for everything else. That’s a great and important point.
If you go over that bridge and they’re not there with you, then you’re by yourself over there going, “That didn’t work.” Your whole life is interesting. You have this feminine side of you. You’re in martial arts and you could probably kill anybody you wanted to. You have modeling, entertaining, dancing, and singing. You were a tough girl, too. It’s interesting to see it all coming together in a cool way. Your transition of the ceilings that you broke through got you to this point.
What I want to say to everybody who’s reading is that those ceilings are great things because they create a new floor. You’ll have another ceiling to break through, another thing that helps you grow financially, health-wise, physically, and your sexuality. I want to say thank you for spending time with us. It has been wonderful spending time with you. I’m delighted and I’m grinning from ear to ear because I’m excited to do the challenge.
Let’s do it together. It’s going to be fun.
I do the challenge and then I’ll go into the sexuality book because I need to get to a certain place first. In full transparency and vulnerability, we all have these. I’m telling everybody I have them. Everyone else has them. They’re just not sharing it.
It happens to me. We need to make it a point to make it a priority. Sometimes, we don’t make that choice. This is an invitation for all the women to make it a priority.
Thank you, Victoria, for joining us. I appreciate it. For those of you that are reading, thank you for sharing this time. Please check out all over the freebies that she’s giving to us. You never know. It can make a big impact on your business, and that’s what it’s all about. The significance and the impact that you can make on others while making it on yourself first. Thank you for being with us. I appreciate it.
Thank you. This has been amazing.
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About Victoria Vives Khuong
Raised in the ghettos of Spain, as a multi-ethnic child, by a single mother, Victoria grew from her experiences with poverty, racism, sexual harassment, congenital problems and social stigma only to achieve high level of health as well as success in the entertainment industry. In the midst of a series of severe life trials culminating in a near-death experience, a spontaneous kundalini awakening, and involvement with occult societies while exploring metaphysics, healing and martial arts, she left her old life in Spain to forge a new one in the United States. With minimal English speaking skills, no money, and no family to help her, Victoria hustled her way off the streets of Hollywood with brute determination. Through a series of profound learning experiences, she discovered her true calling as a herald of truth.
Victoria now focuses her energies on sovereignty, disclosure, exopolitics, and truth through her radio show EarthSky People Radio. She composes transcendental music, is an author and is co-founder of the EarthSky People movement, catalyzing change and providing resources for a new social paradigm centered on regenerative living skills. Victoria has also rediscovered the “missing link” in truth seeking via ancestral wisdom and the art of direct revelation through shamanic practices in the Zulu and Cross-Cultural lineages as well as a connection with her Star Families and their invitation to partake in an Intergalactic society.”
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