About  the Founder
How battling death 8x led me onto the path of my Ikigai

Who is The Goddess of Light ?

Ambassador of Life & Miracles

Isabella Kanso, a resilient Lebanese-Canadian Muslim, embodies the journey of a war child, refugee, immigrant, and global citizen. As a fighter and light warrior, she has triumphed over numerous adversities, including overcoming life-threatening challenges such as early stages of cancer, near-arm amputation, and a close hysterectomy. Her resilience extends to battling mental health issues and overcoming attempted suicide three times. Isabella's remarkable story is one of survival and transformation. Having defied death over eight times, she now shares her journey to inspire others on their path to healing. Learn from her experiences and discover the keys to living a transformative life filled with miracles and hope.

UNICEF Educator & NLP Coach

Isabella is an accomplished author, podcaster, featured in four magazines, and recognized as one of the Top 50 in 50 Success Stories at the first college in Ontario. With a background as a UNICEF educator and TEDx resilience organizer, she has worked with children, women, and communities globally. Specializing in GBV, Mental Health and Refugee advocacy, she teaches how to transition from shamed victim mindset to empowered warrior mindset, alchemize pain to unlock Ikigai (known as Life’s Purpose), and experience breakthroughs and "Aha" moments by reclaiming sacred ancient power through sustainable empowerment tools and roots-based healing.

Alchemist & Shaman Healer

Having lived among the indigenous tribes of Colombia, specifically the "Kogi tribe," Isabella made it her life's mission to reconnect her family lineage and healer roots traced back to her maternal great-grandmother of 'Mirza / Syed' healer heritage and her paternal Ottoman Empire 'Agha' royal conqueror ancestry. In Colombia, she was named 'Profeta de Luz,' Spanish for Prophet of Light. Later, she was identified by an Indigenous Shaman from the U'wa & Arhuacu tribes as the last lost child among eight that the Shaman had been searching for to honor her karmic cycle. Descendant of an Indigenous Shaman and serving as a Pain Energy Alchemist, Isabella continues her long journey of spirit traveling. Today, she travels from one country to another, mirroring the explorative spirit of her Bāhithoün (explorer) ancestors. Across continents, she imparts the sacred wisdom gained during her 16 years of ailment, weaving magic into the lives of clients worldwide through meticulously crafted programs of up to 12 weeks.

Humanitarian Activist in 35+ Countries

Isabella is the recipient of three presidential awards from the first college in Ontario, a letter of recognition from Premier Justin Trudeau, and is a published author. She has been featured in five magazines and books as an aficionado and activist and has received many international and local awards for her work as an entrepreneur, philanthropist, documentary filmmaker and organizer of a 15,000 volunteer-run greening sustainability event in nine countries and 15 cities. Today, Isabella devotes her time to fundraising, building schools, organizing food drives, supporting small-business entrepreneurs and continuing her NGO work through Echoed: Yalla Speak Up! by expanding her 99 Country Impact to date.

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