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Julia Desmond Talks Deeksha Dynamics and 108 Insights to Empowerment in New Book
Date:5/3/2013

Aspen, CO (PRWEB) May 03, 2013

Awaken to your highest potential through Julia Desmond’s latest book, Writings from the One. Her 108 insights gained from her own spiritual awakening can help you become empowered on your own awakening journey.

After Desmond discovered how to apply the Deeksha in her own life, she was driven to share her experience with others. Desmond believes that Deeksha, described as an energy of divine grace, is a presence that assists one in finding enlightenment and discovering one’s true nature.

“Mankind has tremendous tools to access for empowerment and awakening. To live the best life possible, it is a reality,” said Desmond.

Having received her training as a oneness meditator and trainer from a spiritual school located in Southern India, Desmond founded the Aspen Deeksha Group in 2007 with her mother. They aim to empower people to find peace, happiness and oneness through their many classes and workshops.

Writings from the One
By: Julia Desmond
ISBN: 978-1-45255-537-9
Available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon and Balboa Press online bookstores.

About the author
Julia Desmond has degrees from Boston College and University of Colorado-Boulder and has a background in investment banking. After years of travel and a spiritual awakening, Desmond left the business world to explore a career in spirituality. Desmond is currently self-employed in the Aspen area as a oneness trainer. Julia Desmond considers herself a global citizen but lives in the Aspen area of Colorado with her husband.

Learn more at writingsfromtheone.com and aspendeeksha.com.

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