Desiree is currently working on publishing new tarot and divination decks as well as writing books. She is also launching a new clothing line and opening a crystal shop. Desiree loves to express herself and has even gathered a decent following on social media for her art. She recently wrapped up a three-season podcast called Spiritual Smorgasbord. But no matter what she does, the common thread is always the underlying truth in all of humanity, the energy that runs through us all. Some call it God, some say source, others energy. No matter what you call it, know that you are supported, loved, and welcome. Desiree hopes you feel comfortable in this space, find what you need, and continue your growth.
Desiree is an author, artist, and mystic. She refers to herself as a claircognizant on conscience creation, universal authority, and manifestation. She grew up in the Midwest, completing her Bachelors in Operations Management and her Master’s in Business Law. After spending 30 years in the corporate world, she had a longing to follow her true calling. While she tried to ignore it, Universe stepped in. She finally found the courage to walk away from the corporate world and start her energy-healing business. She began delivering the messages Source had been sending her for years.
Her first publication was small trade non-fiction, The Human Customer Experience, and the Not-So-Secret Formula. Yes, the title is an entire run-on sentence. She also created a Journal for healthy eating and weight loss that she utilized with her wellness company. Desiree first tried her hand at delivering source messages in her Fiction series, Satori Stone, starting with Made of Stone. She wrote Energy Evolution, as non-fiction that must be experienced to be understood. To help with this there is a companion workbook called My Evolution and a workshop that is on occasion when enough people request one. You can find her children's books that started with her youngest book at the age of 9, Bamboo Pandas Amazing Adventure, and the accompanying activity book. She has since gone on to publish many more children's books.
To find out who she is as a person, all you need to do is read her books. She has always felt the best way to tell a story is with truth and while writing she has laid herself bare. Even when it is uncomfortable. You are also able to purchase her abstract expressionism on canvas and recently she began creating digital art and launched a clothing brand around this.
If you are in the area, she offers in-person sessions with her energy table, bio-field measurement, energy healing, and sound therapy.
In elementary school, she won a district-wide art contest and with mentor encouragement decided to become a fashion designer. She graduated Letizia’s School of Dress Design before finishing high school. To say she is a bit of a go-getter is an understatement. Even in high school she worked a part-time job, had a full extra circular load like being part of local TV spots providing news for Kansas kids, and was attending design school to boot. All of this was going on while struggling to cope with a yet undiagnosed illness that caused her to miss part of her sophomore year and needing to drop out her junior year. Undaunted, she persevered, doubled up her senior year, and still walked with her high school class.
As an adult, she chose to enter the workforce rather than go to traditional college and when she found herself a single mother looking headlong into a future of flipping burgers, she knew she had to make a change. She put herself back into school while working full-time. Thanks in large part to her grandparents who helped watch her daughter so she could attend classes. Within a couple of years, she had completed her bachelor's and master’s programs, with honors. However, after the economic dip of 2008, she became a statistic, getting laid off 3 times in 4 years. Each round came with less and less severance. Surviving on unemployment wasn’t her idea of “Making it” and by this time she had married and had another child. As a family, they decided she should begin her own business helping others learn to heal themselves without medicine. Along the way, she had been diagnoses with Chronic Fatigue, Junior rheumatoid arthritis, Hashimoto Thyroiditis, and a mostly unknown condition called Lipedema. Only when looking to the traditional medical field for help all she was offered was antidepressants and an understanding that her disease would progress to the point she would lose her mobility and then die from complications of morbid obesity as there was nothing to be done.
By now I think you can guess she did not take this laying down. With the simple understanding, the human body can create an entire human with no medical intervention, surely fixing it shouldn’t be that difficult. You just had to know how to turn on the functions that allowed your body to heal itself.
With research and a little help from bio-energetic machines, she began reprograming her body to function without the disease. Slowly her body began to release isn’t unwanted weight, aches, and pains then function like a healthy human. Was it easy, no. Was there a magic pill, no. but ultimately all her work lead to her also unlocking certain, functions she hadn’t been working towards? Things like her Clair abilities, downloading messages, being able to look at persons auric field through her mind’s eye, and knowing where their “shell” was broken. And while she loved having her healing center and the work she did, with the shutdown of 2020 due to covid, her business couldn’t afford to keep the doors open.
This turned out to be a blessing in disguise as it allowed her to focus more on spending time with her grandparents and focusing on creating.
She has learned to let go and allow God to guide her where her life need to go. The doesn’t mean she doesn’t need to help get it on course occasionally, but she has learned the signposts to watch for and has discovered the brave steps to take even when fear says, there is no way you should do that.