Who is The Goddess of Light ?
Ambassador of Life & Miracles
Isabella Kanso is a Lebanese-Canadian Muslim war child & refugee, immigrant & global citizen, fighter & light warrior. From war to medical illnesses, Isabella has experienced death and overcame it over 8 times from fighting and healing herself from cancer, near arm amputation and a close hysterectomy to battling mental health and attempted suicide 3 times. Today, she lives to tell the tale of her own story to guide others into healing and how to live a transformational life of miracles and hope.
UNICEF Educator & NLP Coach
Isabella is a Book, Podcast, 4x Magazine and Top 50 in 50 Success Stories (at the first college of Ontario) —featured Successful Woman. With her background as a UNICEF educator and TEDx resilience organizer working with children, women and communities around the world; she specializes in teaching women how to: move from shamed victim mindset to empowered warrior mindset, alchemize pain to unlock their Ikigai known as Life’s Purpose and experience breakthroughs and Aha-moments by claiming back their sacred ancient power through sustainable empowerment tools and roots-based healing.
Alchemist & Shaman Healer
Having lived amongst the indigenous tribes of Colombia, specifically the “Kogi tribu,” Isabella made it her life’s mission to reconnect her family lineage and healer roots from her maternal great grandmother of ‘Mirza / Syed’ healers roots and paternal Ottoman Empire ‘Agha’ royal conqueror roots. In Colombia, she was named ‘Profeta de Luz’ Spanish for Prophet of Light and later discovered by an Indigenous Shaman from the U’wa & Arhuacu tribu to be the last lost child of 8 that the Shaman has been in search for to honor her karmic cycle. Descendent of an Indigenous Shaman, as a Pain Alchemist, Isabella continues her long road of spirit travelling. Today she lives in Bali teaching clients around the world what she learned in her 16 years of ailment in up to 12 weeks of carefully curated programs.
Humanitarian Activist in 35+ Countries
The recipient of 3 presidential awards from the first college in Ontario, a letter of recognition from Premiere Justin Trudeau, published author, 5x magazine & book featured aficionado & activist plus many international and local premiums for her work as an entrepreneur, philanthropist, documentary filmmaker and organizer of a 15,000 volunteer run greening sustainability event in 9 countries and 15 cities. Isabella today, devotes her time consciously to fundraise, build schools, organize food drives, support covid19 entrepreneurs and continuer her NGO work of Echoed: Yalla Speak Up! By expanding her 99 Country Impact to date.