How to Turn Your Biggest Wounds Into Your Most Precious Gifts

At Awesomeness Fest, Luminita Saviuc talks about how she found healing from the wounds of horrific childhood abuse and trauma, and rather than let them break her – used them instead to propel herself into a new world, a new career and tremendous success.

Luminita Daniela Saviuc – also known as the writer behind – is a writer, blogger, photographer, soul sculptor, and a lover of life.

Luminita went on to work at Mindvalley as a product development expert. During that time she wrote her wildly successful blog post “15 Things You Should Give Up to Be Happy.”  It became perhaps the most viral personal growth blog post in history. Over 1.2 MILLION people shared it on Facebook. This lead to a book offer from one of the world’s major publishers and a speaking slot at Mindvalley’s Awesomeness Fest.

Luminita Saviuc, Blogger and writer at

At Mindvalley’s A-Fest, the Romanian-born Luminita  talks about “Turning Wounds Into Wisdom” and shares a horrific personal story of trauma and abuse at an early age. And how she coped with her biggest wounds and rather than let them break her – she instead used them to propel herself into a new world, a new career and tremendous success.

This speech, if anything, offers hope. Hope that no matter how awful a situation or circumstance you may have experienced was (or is), the human spirit can live on. And you should never, ever give up on your dreams.

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Vishen Lakhiani

Vishen Lakhiani

Vishen Lakhiani is the Founder and CEO of Mindvalley; the transformational education company which brings the world's best teachers and authors together to revolutionize education worldwide.

He leads a team of 250 people from 49 countries building personal growth programs with cutting-edge learning technology and real-world events across the globe.

Vishen is an entrepreneur, speaker, philanthropist, and a former board member of the XPrize Foundation. He is also the author of the New York Times bestseller and #1 book on Amazon, The Code of the Extraordinary Mind.

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