March 1, 2021

From Poor Chinese Girl To an American Healer

From Poor Chinese Girl To an American Healer

My special guest tonight is Sue Maisano who shares her incredible journey from a poor Chinese village to becoming a highly educated American Healer.

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Sue Maisano was born Xu Liu to a poor farming family in China. Her destiny was to follow in the footsteps of her ancestors. But at a young age, a spark lit in Sue to dream big and reach for goals others said were impossible to obtain. How did she do it?

In "The Healing Journey," Sue Maisano shares her heartfelt account of how she rose from dirt-poor obscurity in a Chinese village to fulfillment and success in America, reaching all of her goals of education, marriage, family, and a thriving healing practice. Now she shares her secrets of how she realized her dreams by following her intuition and spiritual guidance, and spiritual laws that work for everyone.

Sue Maisano is a skilled and compassionate teacher. She deftly illustrates how the same spiritual laws and guidance can work for you in the pursuit of your dreams. Share her journey now to your own success and happiness.

Sue Maisano

Special Guest

Growing up as a poor Chinese farm girl from the outskirts of Beijing, Sue Maisano (1982-) faced many challenges at a young age. As a result of her mom's crippling illness lasting ten years and the family's struggle to get by, Sue was self-motivated since the age of 10 that she would be the only one who could change her life. Sue was determined to change her own fate and that of her family's.

Sue never went out of town until she went to college in Beijing. Towards the end of college, she decided to pursue higher education in the US, which was a bold and risky move for a small-town girl like her. With what seemed like pure luck she had a rare chance to meet an American professor who happened to be visiting Beijing in 2004.

In life's most difficult situations lies the most unforgettable stories. With her unrelenting effort and with the help of this kind-hearted American professor, Sue was accepted to Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, the only school she applied. She obtained her PhD in 2011 in Neuroscience.