Hacking Life: Bridge your Generational Karma
The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree – Parenting
Maggie explains how we inherit our parents’ karma and then pass it down to the next generations. What our ancestors practiced to become better parents (prenatal education) and to have the best possible outcome with children. Does it help a child to have a better life by artificially fixing the time of birth? How to be the best bridge between the generations of our parents and our children?
Maggie is a Qigong master, Eastern philosopher, Life Cartographer and researcher of Buddhist scriptures. After working in hospitality and sales & marketing at international corporations, Maggie felt a calling for change to a more fulfilling and meaningful life. She thus deepened her meditation practice, which had been her secret passion for over a decade by then. Starting her meditation journey in Western tradition, Maggie then explored Zen Buddhism and Eastern philosophies and practices. Now, her daily routine starts at 3 a.m. with meditation.
About Hacking Life Series
A series of short talks on big and small life issues/questions based on the Eastern philosophy of yin & yang and five elements. In this series, Maggie shares the teachings and wisdom that has been passed down for millennia, how they made sense of the world and how they navigated through life through peaks and valleys.