Embracing Darkness and Light
Award-winning Author and Intuitive
Human nature and the unseen world around us inspire Debra Moffitt's writing and stories. Her psychic abilities blossomed and added a new dimension to her writing when she moved to the French Alps and became a part of a spiritual circle in Geneva, Switzerland. The group included bankers, doctors, executives and people who are also gifted healers, psychics, and mediums. Debra began to perceive subtle energies and people who had passed and actively give intuitive readings. She perceives past lives, current situations, and glimpses of the future. Her books tap into the ever-expanding inspiration and genius that comes from listening deeply to one's inner life and acknowledging the subtle, unseen world around us. Her books aim to inspire, uplift, and encourage inquiry.
Books and Awards
Her award-winning non-fiction books focus on spirituality and intuition. Debra's first book "Awake in the World" won an IPPY Gold Medal and a Foreword Bronze Medal. "Garden of Bliss," won an IPPY Silver Medal. Both books have sold across markets worldwide and are translated into multiple languages including Chinese, Spanish, French, and Lithuanian. Debra's first fiction piece, "Depression Glass" sold to BBC World Services Radio. She also worked in script-writing and treatments for an American film production company.
Her name is known across platforms and markets through her work and writing for Beliefnet.com and for the Chopras' Intent blog. Her first books received mention on ABC/GMA and on Martha Stewart Living websites. Oprah and Deepak Chopra quoted "Garden of Bliss" as a part of its "21 Day Meditation" series on happiness.
Debra's writing has appeared in luxury magazines including Lake Como Lifestyle, New Riviera Cote d'Azur, Hors Ligne, Architecture Week, and many more. She was contributing editor for Luxos/CNBC's Davos Guide for the World Economic Forum.
Debra's Radio Show in Partnership with Unity FM
Debra hosts Divinely Inspired Living radio show on Unity FM. Guest have included NYT bestselling authors, Gregg Braden, Sonia Choqette; Eben Alexander; Mark Nepo; Mary Alice Monroe; and many others. Debra has taught at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California and leads workshops at The Sophia Institute in Charleston, South Carolina.
Debra's international retreats are counted among the "25 Incredible Writing Retreats to Attend" by The Write Life. Participants come from a broad array of backgrounds, age groups, and nationalities.