You know that I never tire of talking about my Solo Wedding in Santorini, and that it has even become my mission to share it to give courage and hope to people in search of self-love and happiness!
Well, this week, you discovered a new discussion about my experience and my book “My Solo Wedding in Santorini: or How I Saved my Life”.
For those who haven’t read my book yet, you can order it here: LINK
A fabulous conversation with the incredible Cynthia James!
I must say that this is the most interesting interview I’ve ever had. Cynthia's wisdom and compassion made this discussion profound and joyful.
I highly recommend you listen to it.
Available on all streaming platforms: Women Awakening Podcast
But I put 2 easy access links here:
To listen to all the episodes: HERE
Cynthia James is an American bestselling author, coach, speaker, spiritual guide and artist (her latest album Chosen was released last year).
She’s a great source of inspiration and advice in my life, and I’m so honoured to have been her guest.
And see the title of her podcast: Women Awakening.
She also says and I quote “they are examples, not exceptions." I love that!
You know this is a subject that is dear to me, as evidenced by my Superwomen Series on this blog. This article will be part of this series by the way.
I encourage you every day to shine more and come out of your chrysalis because you can do it!!
I invite you to visit Cynthia James' website for more information and inspiration!
Thank you again, Cynthia, for your wonderful support and love!!
Exclusively, I announce that a contest will take place on Instagram from February, 2 of my books will be giveaway and the results will be announced on Valentine's Day, February 14.
This is my way of declaring my love to you and encouraging you to love yourself!
Follow me on Instagram to participate and know the rules.
Read my previous articles:
Find other interviews and podcasts: MEDIA
Articles from my blog on My Solo Wedding in Santorini: LINK
Excerpts from my book: HERE
Have a fantastic week!
Love & Joy,
MY SOLO WEDDING IN SANTORINI: OR HOW I SAVED MY LIFE
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Last year at this time I was in Paris for a long stay, I’ve already shared many moments with you, including another cemetery, Montparnasse.
But this one is very personal…
And there you wonder what a Parisian cemetery has to do with me.
After the breakup and before my Solo Wedding in Santorini, I spent a week in Vietnam, I talk about this trip in my book.
Reconnecting with my roots and learning more about my history is important to me. We can’t know ourselves and project ourselves into the future without being aware of our past.
"Nguyễn" my family name, which is of Vietnamese origin, is the name of a dynasty that reigned in Vietnam from 1802 to 1945.
The last emperor Bảo Đại had to abdicate in 1945 against the communists and the Vietminh party.
Born Prince Nguyễn Phúc Vĩnh Thụy in the city of Hue in 1913, he went into exile in France in the 1950s - and now you are beginning to understand - died in the Val-de-Grâce military hospital in Paris in 1997, and he’s buried in the Passy cemetery in Paris!
I’ll tell you more about the history of this dynasty in a future article.
In the meantime, I must say that he has chosen a beautiful place, on the hill, overlooking the Seine and Chaillot Palace.
And above all, a view on the Eiffel Tower!!
There are many cemeteries in Paris, and as many legends are buried there.
That of Passy is certainly no exception to the rule.
Édouard Manet, Tristan Bernard, Claude Debussy, Fernandel, the Givenchy family, Pasteur…
It's not always easy to find specific tombs in this maze, but sometimes it's more fun to discover them by chance...
In winter, the place is solemn, peaceful but not morbid, especially when the blue sky is there.
It's like going to a museum, you find art, architecture, and history.
All these great names, characters and for sure incredible adventures that could be told by these deceased...