Sacred Psychology: Episode 47 with Rev. Stephanie Clarke
In this podversation:
- Rev. Stephanie’s unique invocation
- Rev. Stephanie’s early search for her place in this world
- Is there a place for feminist porn?
- “To simply rebel against the status quo is a position of powerlessness. Victims are never victors.” – Pushing against energy is still giving energy to something.
- How Rev. Stephanie came to live in South Africa, working against apartheid, first by teaching English to empower the impoverished
- Getting vehement in our asking of the Divine
- Rev. Stephanie’s calling to study the Science of Mind and later at the Agape Center with Michael Bernard Beckwith
- The beginning of the metaphysical movement in black South Africa
- The missing & the misogynized – Where are the strong feminine archetypes in religious movements, especially Christianity?
- The twisting of the Adam & Eve story
- Defining the many facets of feminism in spirituality
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- “The Female Eunuch” by Germaine Greer
- Rev. Stephanie’s book: “The Miss-Adventures of an Irreverent Reverend: A Spirit-ed Guide for Rebels and Renegades“
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Meet Rev. Stephanie Clarke:
Rev. Steph is a recovering non-denominational, metaphysical, reverend who likes to walk a little on the wild side of God. The title of her autobiography, recently released on Amazon, says it all: “The Miss-Adventures of an Irreverent Reverend: A Spirit-ed Guide for Rebels and Renegades.”
Born in London, England, Stephanie visited her mother in South Africa in 1986 where she had a vision of creating a multi-racial ministry to heal the wounds of Apartheid. She completed her ministerial studies at Agape in Los Angeles. Her teacher was Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith of “The Secret” fame.
In 2000 Rev. Steph founded the metaphysical ministry, Soul Home, in Johannesburg, South Africa and led it successfully until 2005 when she handed it over to her 3 top students. After 10 years away in Europe and Japan, Rev. Steph returned to South Africa in 2015 to take care of her elderly parents.
Rev. Steph still speaks at Soul Home once or twice per month but she has branched out as a speaker, author and life-coach, desiring to carry the message of spiritual truth and personal upliftment beyond the walls of church.
“God & Sex” was the provocative title of Rev. Steph’s talk at the New Thought conference in Johannesburg in August 2017 – “Birthing the Divine Feminine – from History to HerStory” – with keynote speakers Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith, and Lisa Nichols – also of “The Secret” fame.
Rev. Steph has written 2 books: “Down Dirty and Divine: a spiritual ride through London’s underground” and her autobiography. She is currently writing her 3rd book on “God & Sex” with the working title “The Irreverent Reverend rides again.” Her 4th book on the cult of Isis in Roman Europe is also “in utero.”
In addition to speaking and writing and de-mythologizing sex and sin, Rev. Steph also facilitates non-denominational sacred ceremonies and spiritual journeys to sacred sites such as the Egyptian pyramids. She is a psychic medium and a reader of the Akashic Records.
Connect with Rev. Stephanie further:
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YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/TheRevSteph
Meet Tamara Powell
Tamara Powell, LMHC is a licensed therapist, university psychology instructor, and empowerment coach who believes life should be lived as a journey that is “anything but ordinary.”
Her work is specialized to help individuals break free from toxic cycles of distress, dysfunction, and dissatisfaction with life that are created when trying to live according to someone else’s rules. Only by living what she calls radical autonomy, can one obtain soul nourishing relationships and a sense of true life purpose and inner peace.
If you’re interested in working with her, either in person or online, you can learn more about her services here.
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