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We invite our friend, Yu-Shuan, a 1.5 gen Taiwanese American, to share about her ever-evolving faith journey. Yu-Shuan is the founder of Sacred Roots Oakland, a collective that "seeks to center people of color - Black, Indigenous, API, immigrants, queer, and womxn - in pursuit of shared healing and liberation." We learn about how Yu-Shuan's own sacred roots and mystic giftings were shaped by her childhood experiences in Taiwan, her work as a long time Christian campus minister, and her leaning into spirit-led curiosities. By nature, Yu-Shuan is deeply loving as much as she is playful, which you can sense when she talks about her two sons and her Asian mom superpower. She is also a brave spiritual-seeker and wise cultivator of spaces centered on cultural healing and teaching. After listening to Yu-Shuan's story, we think it just *might* spark a sense of curiosity and reflection about your own spiritual journey.
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