When you think, “Nothing could be blocking me!”
Think again. Whether it’s at the physical level, the emotional level, the mental level, and/or the spiritual level. We all have blocks.
So, the first step is to get things flowing. That is the warm pink energy of Forgiveness. Forgiveness is not forgiving others but rather forgiving ourselves for what we have done or what we have not done in any situation. Forgiveness we seek in relationships we form with our existence.
Every interaction that we have involves our actions, too. It’s not just what someone else does, we are also bringing that energy in. So it’s important for us to understand that it’s okay to forgive ourselves.
What is in the past, is in the past. What we do right this moment is what will create our future, would you agree?
It is the fact of awareness, admitting we are part of evolution that is inventively happening. We are part of both destruction and creation. How amazing it is that Young Living is taking steps towards ensuring life is being supported in its creation?? These beautiful creatures on the poster are what I am talking about.
The initiative YL is taking is an inspiration and a great example of POWER being in action:
In the past 3 years, Young Living has registered six (6) monarch butterfly waystations in these locations: St. Maries, Idaho; Highland Flats, Idaho; YL Global Headquarters (GHQ) in Lehi, Utah; two at the YL farm in Mona, Utah; and the Skyrider Wilderness Ranch in Tabiona, Utah. There, we have dedicated habitats that have the necessary shelter and food for the Monarch butterflies to complete their migration.
I talk a lot about the chemistry and laboratory science aspect of #youngliving research and development (R&D), but another major emphasis in our group is conservation and giving back to Mother Earth.
The Monarch Butterfly Waystation program, in collaboration with MonarchWatch.org, is a major initiative that is already seeing significant impact for an endangered species.
In the past 3 years, Young Living has registered six (6) #monarchbutterfly waystations in these locations: St. Maries, Idaho; Highland Flats, Idaho; YL Global Headquarters (GHQ) in Lehi, Utah; two at the YL farm in Mona, Utah; and the Skyrider Wilderness Ranch in Tabiona, Utah. There, we have dedicated habitats that have the necessary shelter and food for the Monarch butterflies to complete their migration. Adult butterflies rely on multiple sources of nectar, whereas caterpillars solely rely on milkweed species.
In 2022, we’ve observed 3-4x the number of butterflies at our waystations compared to previous years and this is during the same year that the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) acknowledged that these are an endangered species.
Each time a new #yleo order arrives at your doorstep, know that you are an important part of Young Living’s purpose of both providing premium quality essential oils, and doing our part to give back to the natural world that blesses us with these gifts.
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