My story (long version):
Who the hell am I anyway? That’s a damn good question. As a teenager, I asked myself that a lot. Who am I?
The standard answer would be: I’m The Hao, raised in the Black Forest, with Vietnamese roots. Former social worker.
Raised between two cultures, Vietnamese upbringing, German environment.
For a long time I searched for my identity, was I Vietnamese or German?
In my youth I had a great interest in philosophies of life and wisdom. Among other things, I read books by well-known spiritual teachers.
I always wanted to know more. The practice of meditation as well as martial arts fascinated me.
Deep phases affected me as a young adult. I did not know where to go. I did not know what to do in this world. I asked myself again who I was.
All this led me even more to the subject of personal development and spirituality.
I was very dissatisfied with my life.
My travels and stays abroad had a strong impact on my life and personality.
Especially my first trip after graduating from high school opened new doors in my life.
In Australia and Southeast Asia, I learned a lot about people, country and culture; and especially about myself. Travelling alone most of the time in foreign countries felt like pure freedom to me. It also made me reflect on my own personality and views again and again.
In the long run, I found it difficult to free myself from certain negative habits and behavioural patterns. Over the years, I have tested and practised several techniques and methods. In personal development and in modern and traditional spirituality. From books, courses, seminars. From coaches, spiritual teachers, masters of martial arts, shamans.
I searched like an obsessive for answers. Philosophies, wisdom, a certain technique that gave me what I was looking for.
Today I see life with different eyes. Year by year I have come closer to myself. I have found myself more.
Day by day, I have become wiser, I have gained new insights about myself and about life. I no longer see my path clouded. I see my path with clarity.
The path of calm and serenity.
Today I see much more the meaning of my deep stages of life. I want to pass on my knowledge, experience and wisdom to my fellow human beings; so that a little more peace, light and love can reign in the world (I know, sounds cheesy. But it is.).
This is what every human being needs. Every baby as well as every adult ultimately longs deep inside for love and security. To come home. To oneself and to life.
Studies in Social Work (Bachelor)
Training in Transpersonal Coaching
Certificates and further education
Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher
CEPC Life Coach (Certfied Elite Performance Coaching)
– Friendly and relaxed atmosphere
– Regular independent practice exercises required in everyday life
– Techniques and methods are individually adapted
Calm and serenity
Holistic approach (I know, it’s used inflationarily, but whatever)
Vision: Different ways of looking at the “problems