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Feature: Adelina Tancioco, Founder of Surrendered Healing

Updated: Sep 2, 2021

Adelina Tancioco, MSW, is trained as a therapist, restorative justice practitioner, and certified coach & consultant, however, she most identifies with being a vessel of healing. She has intuitive gifts that have been passed down in her family for generations.

She has spent more than half of her life learning from her ancestors and God about how to connect with those who have passed, those who are alive and in pain, and most importantly our own inner knowing.

As the founder of Surrendered Healing, she specializes in serving Womxn of Color who question their inherent deserving and helps them trust their higher selves to create the abundant lives they truly deserve!

Feature: Adelina Tancioco, Founder of Surrendered Healing

Adelina shares the philosophy behind Surrendered Healing:

"We believe that visioning is an act of revolution within the self and within the world! For hundreds and even thousands of years people from underrepresented identities have been forced to see their dreams as impossible and have even been violently punished for following their intuition. 

"Dr. Shawn Ginwright asserts that, 'the greatest consequence of oppression is not simply blocked opportunities but the destruction of our ability to dream beyond current conditions.' 

"As such, Surrendered Healing is honored to specialize in serving Womxn of Color in hearing from their inner guidance so that they can claim their worth and create lives where they fully embrace their true calling without having to shrink, compromise their values or throw away their dreams!"

You can follow and support Adelina and Surrendered Healing on Instagram (@surrenderedhealing)!


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