We’re back from a week spent in Salt Lake City at the dōTERRA Convention!
What a fun whirlwind it’s been! This was my second time attending the Global Convention – and this time, my husband got to attend with me.
He met many of the brilliant, heart-centered humans that I look up to – many members of the Transformational Essentials team: a lot of fantastic Canadians and New Yorkers; chiropractors; authors; veterinarians; and a famous musician!
I can see a hopeful, bright future for myself within dōTERRA, because of the incredible people I’m surrounded with at Convention.
When I look to the future, I know we’re meant for bigger things. I can’t imagine looking forward to a future that includes a regular j-o-b, with two weeks of vacation time a year.
Are we supposed to be content to just wait until retirement before we can start LIVING? Ew. No thank you!
This company, y’all – I’m so proud of the direction dōTERRA is taking.
For many years, I thought that it was my responsibility, my duty, to deep-dive into the most terrible and baffling things, in some mad hope of understanding them in order to transmute them–to bring about healing.
I thought I had to suffer in order to heal suffering.
Then I realized that was hopelessly arrogant of me.
It’s been a very strange few…days? Weeks? Months? All of those would actually be correct, albeit in different ways.
I have had very little time or inclination for art lately, because of all the odd, busy, and amazing things that have been happening around me.
Every time I think I’ve got a handle on things, some semblance of “what to expect”, life throws me a half-dozen fabulous curve balls…which I am of course accepting with gratitude and love. (You hear that, Universe??–!)