Interview with Rebecca Grace Campbell
Rebecca Campbell is a writer and devotional artist who leads activating workshops internationally, giving people an experience of their soul. She is the bestselling author of numerous books and oracle decks, including Light Is the New Black and the Work Your Light Oracle, and the creator of the Rise Sister Rise Membership and the online courses Work Your Light and Discover Your Cosmic Blueprint.
Through all of Rebecca’s creations she encourages people all over the world to spend more time with their soul.
The first awakening
Rebecca experienced her first awakening as a young teenager and has been studying the intuitive mystic arts ever since. When she was 18 she answered an inner call to go on a solo pilgrimage to initiate herself in the sacred sites of the U.K. and Ireland. She has since travelled to many of the world’s ancient sites and leads sacred retreats through her Monthly Membership.
Through her work, Rebecca guides us to connect to the Inner Temple™ within and to turn our soul’s whispers into grounded action. Rebecca’s work is connected to lineages she has studied and trained in, including Mother God, the Avalonian and Magdalene Priestess Paths, Bhakti Yoga and shamanism. Her work is activating and initiatory.
Top 100 Women of Spirit
Renowned for feminine leadership, devotion and spiritual service, Rebecca has been recognised as one of the ‘Top 100 Women of Spirit’ by the Brahama Kumaris.
Rebecca’s qualifications include: Six Sensory Teacher, Bhakti Kirtan Yoga Teacher, Shamanic Energy Medicine Coach and BA Communications. She has been featured in Vogue, Stylist, Red, Cleo and the Style column of the Sunday Times.
Prior to writing books, Rebecca forged a successful career as an award-winning creative director in advertising, where she worked for some of the world’s top advertising agencies in London and Sydney to help some of the world’s biggest brands find their authentic voices.
Originally from the sunny shores of Sydney, Rebecca followed her soul’s whispers which led her to Somerset, England, where she now lives with her husband and her dog Shakti.