© 2019 Nina Taylor - The world needs your light

A little bit about me...

In a nutshell, I'm here to bring magic into being, to cast light on the mystical, and to live in wonder and reverence for this great earth we call home. 

 

Like a shimmer that pulses through me, magic has always been a part of my life. Imbuing me with an unwavering connection to something greater than myself. 

 

Having been raised by a free-spirited, hippie artist allowed me to explore my environment untethered (more on that here) and supported my inherent need to live and learn experientially.

 

Becoming a mother myself at the age of twenty and raising two boys into adulthood provided me with an all-encompassing deep dive into unconditional loving at a young age. Which has become the backbone of the work that I do in the world.

 

I've spent the majority of my life in search of Truth, the Truths within myself and the world around me, in an effort to live as authentically as possible. While cultivating a lifestyle that allows for magic to flow through me with ease so that I may guide and support others on their journey towards their inner magic and the Truth of who they are. 

 

To achieve this, I spent over two decades exploring the full breadth of alternative health care practices, from nutritional studies to shamanic work in the Peruvian jungle, eventually landing on dōTERRA essential oils - the purest, most efficacious oils I have ever come across. Their potency provided me with an immediate physiological response that created a near cataclysmic shift within.

 

All the rich and varied experiences of my life suddenly connected. The randomness of my entrepreneurial endeavours and seemingly unrelated courses of study all came into alignment - my life finally made sense. I had met my entrepreneurial soulmate.

 

After completing formal training in Nutrition, Yoga, Film, Fine Arts, and Interior Design, along with a handful of obscure/unofficial trainings, I had finally found a path that provided me with the limitless potential I'd been seeking. 

 

And I'm just getting started.

                                                       Nina

                            xo

You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees for a hundred miles through the desert, repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves. 

                                                                – Mary Oliver