August 17, 2018 Unexpected Living 0

My name is Cordelia Lee. Cordy for short. As a female growing into womanhood, I’ve always felt a disconnection due to my experiences. I was awkward in expressing my womanhood as I carried shame for a long time due to sexual molestation as a child. Shame too in respect to my underweight body, which was subconsciously shaped by my teenage anorexia nervosa trauma. For a long time I was underweight until spiritual awakening happened.

I had written a memoir on my life journey, detailing how I overcame the many challenges in my life which included sudden sensitivity to invisible subtle energies. To manage it, I learned meditation. These sensitivities have led me to become a meditation teacher, sound healer and author.

Ever since I became a mother, I mostly stay at home to take care of my baby boy. It is because of Patrick that I’m writing this blog. He has liver disease linked to Alagille.

This is also for baby Ibrahim of Medan, Indonesia. His liver condition is biliary atresia. I pray for the best for you, and strength with courage to your mother. If by some miracle we do meet again, I hope to see you in good health. Mummy Tia, you are doing all you can. Don’t lose hope.

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