Midnight in the Desert


Desda was interviewed on Midnight in the Desert, September 30, 2019.  David is a Ghost Hunter, and active on both TV and radio.  Desda speaks with him about her clairvoyance, how it evolved, her perspective on life after death, near-death experience, entities both carnate and incarnate of different types, and how it all relates to healing.  A fun interview with great insights, covering some unusual subjects.

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The Spiritual Layer – Intuition & Angels

An exploration into the realm of Intuition and Angels

The fourth & fifth strata of the Spiritual layer.
What is Angelic energy?  What does it mean that our intuition is part of our anatomy?

The Seat of your Divine Intuition

Angels:  What they look like and how to call them 

The Spiritual Layer – Fairies

A discussion of the realm of the fairies – the third strata of the Spiritual Layer

You can find this video and more on the Your Sacred Anatomy Channel.

 Fairies:  What they do and how to approach them 

The Spiritual Layer – Elementals

An explanation of the essential energies and functions of elements

The second strata of the Spiritual layer.

What are the elementals?

In this video Desda describes the second strata of the Spiritual Layer, home of the seven elements – Earth, Air, Water, Fire, Space, Metal & Wood.  You will learn their properties, how they manifest, and how they can be worked with.

We’ll be releasing another in this series every two weeks, so please check back here, or find them on youtube – the Your Sacred Anatomy Channel.


The Spiritual Layer – Guides & Guardians

Introducing the Spiritual Layer, and it’s six strata – realms of magic and mystery we sense more often than see, which we were taught to disbelieve, but which still capture our imaginations

We’ll be releasing another in this series every two weeks, so please check back here, or find them on youtube – the Your Sacred Anatomy Channel.

Below, a brief introduction to the series, and the first strata, Guides and Guardians

Introduction to the Spiritual Layer of you Human Energy Structure


Guides & Guardians – Your Unseen Helpers

The Authentic Self

The authentic self is born at the beginning of individuation. It is constant as it arises out of the blueprint of the core sheath. Stirring restlessly from the seeds of potential, four collaborating aspects emerge into being.

Human beings do not form without an authentic self; no matter how unenlightened, how besotted with evil, or removed from the contemplative nature they are, this species has pure selfhood at the center. Elemental energies rubbing together like sticks within the structure draw forth extragenesis from primordial chaos, not tangible material.  It is pure possibility that ignites the beginning.

In a dynamic in-breath of universe-cracking clarity, there comes awareness.  With it, your authentic self, urged on by the drive to express, takes shape: at first subtle, then congealed into gross matter.  A song bursting out of the void into form, a symphony of individuated self-ness, soaring harmoniously.

And so it is… We humans reside forever at the intersection of time and space; turns out to be a pretty good neighborhood after all.

You Are Utterly Unique

Dear Friends,

You are utterly unique. No one else on Earth is like you, has your talents or your faults. The winds of the cosmos blow through your cells and the spark of creation is at your center.

You are a perfect manifestation of your soul’s journey and your beautiful dreams. Your impossible wishes are the yearnings of imperfection seeking wholeness.

Comparing yourself to any other person, any other situation or experience will only produce a loss of ground, a jealous eye trained outward into the infinite, and like the Sun, burning what comes too close.

You are a star in a galaxy of one. Your job is to shine, to be, to grasp the unmitigated reality that you are perfect exactly as you are. Impeccably made by the hot breath of Divine expression confronting itself in the dark.

This is how I see you, dear friends


What woman of a certain age and life experience cannot say these words? Most of us have tried all of our professional lives to simply implement a public standard that is civil, equitable, and that applies to all people. So many women have been frustrated and blocked in their career advancement by sexual bias and unfair treatment in the workplace, in schools, and in the culture. What used to be labeled “male chauvinism” has morphed into out-and-out, on-going, day-in-and- day-out harassment forcing us to quit our jobs and move on to other less dangerous opportunities.

Many of us were faced mid-career with the question: Is this job even what I want to do? Is the constant bias I face worth the fight? This reality has pushed some of us to be more competitive in chosen fields, don our equalizing black pant suits and strive to be seen- “as good as a man”. We’ve become the “clever monkeys” and crafted our own standards and practices within corporate, bureaucratic, educational and even family environments. Back “in the day” we ‘raised our consciousness’ now our daughters aggressively keep learning new and better skills in hopes of equal pay for equal work.

When the Equal Rights Amendment did not pass many of us dropped back, reassessed our possibilities, and some of us, like me just stopped working for other people all together. Choosing instead, to be independent and self- employed- in control of the setting. I would make my own rules- live by my own code. Still, there is harassment, in public settings, in intrapersonal relationships, in our families, and all over the cultural soup. From media who don’t hire “fat women” to the insane sexist tweet-o-rama we find now in our daily lives, sexism, unfair treatment, and the annoyance of harassment are endemic.

What can we do? Well, turns out you can really do a lot.

First off- report and share your own experiences in your private and public forums. Whatever community you find yourself in, talk about it. Be silent no more.

Second- do not put up with any of it. Speaking up is only part of it- acting to end the behavior is important. But be compassionate, not just angry. It is entirely possible people might not know they are behaving unconsciously. Hard to believe, but men especially may have never learned how to treat a person of the opposite sex. It’s the nature of awakening to make mistakes, to blunder, and offend. It is up to the awakened to shift the dynamic. If that’s you, share your experience and request it come to an end. You may be met with a flustered apology from an embarrassed co-worker who had no idea what they were doing was inappropriate or not at all entertaining. Tell them unemotionally with dignity, and poise- this is your warning, this is my boundary. I will choose to report you if you do this again. And then do not hesitate to do it.

Third- Keep working on your own behavior and awareness. We’ve arrived at a cultural stage, a phase of the growth and development of our society something we’re all going through together right now. What and who will actually change things is you- owning your own awareness and spiritual maturity. Stepping up and into the leadership position by example and with strength of character. Follow your spiritual practice, give yourself the gift of a spacious attitude and be kind to both others, and yourself.

It will never cost you to smile in the heart of true compassion either at another or into the mirror.

Thanksgiving in the Age of Trump


Dear Friends,

Everyday a new scandal breaks, a new terror erupts and it seems as if the fabric of your American moral life is being shredded. But what is that anyway? Wasn’t it really a bit of a lie to begin with? Maybe it was a propped up and agreed upon façade like: “How’s it going?”. You expect to hear: “Fine, Thanks and you?”

Because who’s got time to find out how it’s really going for anyone else? You’re in a hurry, you’re late, and too busy to listen to somebody else’s nightmare, right now. You say it as a nicety, a polite, and accepted lie. It’s actually shocking when somebody answers the question: “Truthfully, I’m not doing too well.” Or “Lousy, thanks.” Oh no! Now what? It’s awkward and time consuming to deal with this guy’s story of what, why, and how much it cost him.

But like it or not, in the Fall of 2017, you do have to deal with the whole ugly story. You and I can’t keep rushing to the next appointment or commitment and ignore the looming disaster unfolding around us. Because in the time of Trumper-tantrums things are not fine. It’s on the phone, the TV, the newspaper, in the air, at the stop sign, the grocery store, it’s everywhere. America the beautiful is exposed daily to a new heartbreakingly, bizarre ruination of yet another institution or once respected individual. It’s like we are fumbling suddenly in a collective dark night of the soul while our sacred truths are crumbling and turning to dust. Nothing is safe from the mad tweets, the lies, the hysteria and fear producing TV crawl.

But that’s another lie. You have choices in how you live, in how you behave, in who you are. You can ignore everything. Turn it off. Avert your eyes. But then you are like the aristocracy at the fat, gilded palace of Versailles when the people of France were starving to death in the streets. Shall we have another clever witticism with our lattes? Stick cotton in your ears so as not to hear buzz saws cutting down the national parks in the distance and be safely protected from the unpleasant facts?

It’s hard, but you actually have to notice as the EPA is disassembled and millions of citizens cannot afford basic health care. Because you are the one who has to grasp what’s happening and you are the one who has to make a choice. You can’t afford to tune it out.

So, here you are at Thanksgiving. The time of abundant food, family gathering together, and friends celebrating the rich harvest. This is a time of great opportunity, a time for you to come of age spiritually. Our leadership is lost, so the common man and woman must show the way.

Pull up your socks and do something.  Look at where you can serve,  how you can give back. It doesn’t matter if you’re giving for the first time. Do it anyway – money to worthy charities, time to causes, compassionate care to the sick, a kind word to the lonely or despairing… this Thanksgiving go around the dinner table and in addition to saying what you are grateful for, ask what you can give to the greater good, how you can elevate your community. How can you open your heart, your wallet, or your mind like you have not before?  Decide to step up, in your family, your circle of friends, and in your town. Don’t wait another minute for other folks to pick up the banner, the check, or the plastic at the beach. Do it yourself, do it now, but do something and be grateful you still can.

Blessings on us all,
In Universal Love and Light,

Releasing Cultural Trauma











September 11, 2017

Dear Friends,

Who can ever forget the images of the twin towers? They are seared into the collective unconscious of our country and our world. They continue to affect and to define our culture. Even if you weren’t in New York on 9/11 or didn’t know someone personally who died, you were shaken by an event that you will never forget. We all remember where we were and what we felt. Even if you don’t consciously “feel” or “think” you were affected by the dramatic events of the day, your subtle structure remembers the shock of it and the pain of the absolute destruction of a kind of American innocence.

Now, we find ourselves in the thick of a monster hurricane season with water and wind bringing Texas, Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas and the entire Carribean so much damage.  The compassion in our hearts knows no limit or boundaries as we “feel” for our neighbors across the country and “worry” about the destruction from Houston to Sarasota. When I include the 8.2 earthquake off the coast of Mexico a few days ago and the millions (yes millions!) made homeless by flooding in Bangladesh, it is all too surreal. Many of us have been glued to CNN watching in horror.

So, on 9/11 why not let go of the horror, the contraction, and the fear of not only the cultural trauma of 9/11 but also of this unparalleled storm season? Why not commemorate the day by letting go of the shock your physical body and subtle anatomy have been holding for 16 years? Even if you’ve only been holding onto these profound traumatic images and thoughts from when you realized our country had been attacked subconsciously, you still were a witness. As you took it into your personal history, you held distress and upset within yourself.Letting go of trauma does not mean letting go of the memories you may cherish, the people that you love. It means letting go of useless repressed holding. Try Releasing Cultural Trauma and feel the spaciousness return to your sacred anatomy.

Thinking of you,




Releasing Cultural Trauma

To let it go once and for all:

Set up your healing environment: turn off cell phones and find a place in your home where you will not be disturbed. Visualize a big debris box about 30 feet away from you.

1) Visualize the towers and remember what you felt and thought in the moment you first saw them that day-

2) Bring your memory consciously into focus-

3) Feel in your body where the memories are lodged-

4) As you pull your memory up into a clear and present feeling-

5) Experience it and name the emotions contained within it

6) Reach into yourself and with a big breath for each one, pull your related emotions out and into the debris box you built earlier

7) When you are finished, condense the debris box into a small box

8)  Lift it up throw it into the sun.

9) Take a deep breath and fill up all the holes where the emotions were released with Universal Love and Light, the Divine pure soothing energy that heals the Universe

10) Say out loud the following statements:


I accept the possibility I have released my part of the cultural trauma of 9/11


I accept the possibility I am free of this cultural trauma


I accept the possibility I am whole and healthy

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