What happens in Vegas..

by ~jenniferlynn on December 6, 2016

in inspiration

In the two and a half days, I have spent over 20 hours at the Las Vegas Convention Center, surrounded by over 15,000 like-minded people, all with an internal belief system of being destined for something bigger than a traditional way of thinking, all who operate on high frequencies, and all who are living out a purpose of growth and contribution.

Motivational speaker and philanthropist Tony Robbins was within a couple hundred feet of me, and my soul was immensely filled after soaking up every word of his for over 4 hours (apparently the guru knows no time constraints). The energy in the room was indescribable with a burning sensation that went so deep into the soul, with one minute the audience on the edge of their seat eating up every word, to the next minute everyone jumping up and down screaming as loud as they can, waving their arms in the air, hugging and high-fiving strangers.

But it wasn’t until the next morning that I had a major aha moment. I was staring over the balcony on the 22nd floor of a pilot’s high-rise condo, overlooking the city after a night of just about no sleep- a healthy mix of being jacked up on adrenaline from Tony Robbins, combined with enjoying a bit a bit of what Vegas had to offer.. [click to continue…]

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