Sangha Garden



Sangha Garden

Watch our July 26 Sangha above…

Recovery

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We’re taking a break
Our next Sangha Garden is
October 25, 10:00 AM PST
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The Layers of the
Human Energy Structure (HES)

The Jewell

Meditation

The Core

Above – Images Desda displayed during the Sangha



Dear Friends,

Along with being an author, healer, teacher and speaker, I am an ordained minister. Perhaps this is the most foundational of my credentials, and expresses my deepest desire to create community and healing.

 

In this time of “social distancing” we need each other and the warmth of community more than ever. And so, we have launched our online community gathering – a Sangha.

 

The word Sangha is from the Buddhist tradition, and is used today to describe a group of people who gather to meditate and contemplate spiritual matters. That is what we plan to do with our Sangha Garden.

 

Each month I will speak to the events unfolding in our world today, and lead a guided meditation to bring us all into a deeper sense of our own divine nature, and a world of infinite possibilities.

 

We are fortunate to have the option of gathering online, and I thank you for participating in our first Sangha. We’ll record each one, and make it available online for those schedules do not permit them to log on to the live session.

 

This has been a time when many of us are looking inward, considering our lives and the deep values that we hold. There will be another side, and we can do our part by laying the groundwork for the person we will be when that time comes.

 

When we awaken to our inner spiritual strength, we foster the resiliency that we need to recover and expand regardless of the circumstances.

 

Join me on the last Sunday of each month, we can do this together and lift us all.

 

Much Love,

Desda

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