There are so many reasons why essential oils are an addition to my existing business of energy healing and mentoring.
Why dōTerra Specifically
I chose to partner with doTERRA because of their commitment to transparency, purity, quality, and safety in creating these incredibly potent extracts.
In their commitment to quality, doTERRA seeks out plants and plant material from their indigenous areas around the world, sourcing over 100 oils from 40 different countries.
Next, I am fully behind what this company does for its growers, harvesters, distillers, and their communities by assisting them in becoming self-reliant.
I love their philanthropic commitment through the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation®. doTERRA Int’l pays all overhead cost of the foundation to free the foundation to be able to focus on its mission from microcredit lending; access to health care, education, sanitation and clean water; and fighting child sex-trafficking, and empower individuals to change their lives.
How this fits with my Energy Alchemy Work
Essential oils have been part of my energetic toolbox for quite some time and are integral in my own healing and in the work I do with my clients.
I use many tools but the oils are one that I feel are necessary because of the incredible speed at which they can move and anchor energy in the body.
Anger Can Be a Great Motivator
One of the most motivating reasons I’ve started with doTERRA is that I want to see and be part of an economic change for mothers; single mothers, stay-at-home-mothers, even working mothers who historically make less for equal work of their male counterparts. You see, women carry the brunt of the caregiving roles, be it our children, our homes, or elderly family members and many spend a length of time away from generating an income for themselves and their families.
Although women are largely the backbone of our communities, most of their work is unpaid or home and life work equal or exceeds time in the workforce. I want to help change that for as many women as I can.
I know this first hand, making sacrifices over the years for the well-being of my child with autism and to follow my partner’s work as it took us to different cities and countries.
I believe and I’ve witnessed what collaboration can do to build community. It’s how I’ve met most of my dear friends and current collaborators. It’s why I love what I do so much. There is nothing better than seeing people around me succeed because they have the community and support to do so.