About

Rebecca Campbell is a writer, creative, artist, celebrated spiritual teacher and the bestselling Hay House author (Light Is The New BlackRise Sister Rise and the Work Your Light Oracle) and creator of the Rise Sister Rise Sisterhood Membership. Rebecca teaches internationally encouraging people to spend more time with their soul.

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Awards

Featured in Vogue, Stylist, Red, Cleo and the Style column of the Sunday Times, Rebecca has also been awarded ‘Best Emerging Voice’ by Kindred Spirit, ‘Promising New Talent’ by the Mind Body Spirit Festival and ‘Top 100 Women of Spirit’ by the Brahama Kumaris.

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 traveled many of the world’s ancient sites and leads sacred retreats through her Rise Sister Rise Sisterhood.

Through her work, Rebecca guides us to connect to the Inner Temple within. Rebecca’s work is connected to lineages such as Mother God, Avalonian and Magdalene Priestess Paths, Bhakti Yoga and Shamanism. Her work is activating and initiatory.

Renowned for feminine leadership, devotion and spiritual service, Rebecca has been awarded ‘Best Emerging Voice’ by Kindred Spirit, ‘Promising New Talent’ by the Mind Body Spirit Festival and ‘Top 100 Women of Spirit’ by the Brahama Kumaris. Some of Rebecca’s qualifications include: Six Sensory Teacher, Bhakti Kirtan Yoga Teacher, Shamanic Energy Medicine Coach and BA Communications.

Rebecca offers scholarship positions to her Work Your Light Course each year and a percentage of all sales is donated to charity. 

Prior to writing books, Rebecca forged a successful career as an award winning Creative Director in advertising (writer based) where she worked for some of the world’s advertising agencies (such as JWT, TBWA, HAVAS) in London and Sydney to help some of the world’s biggest brands find their authentic voice. In her twenties Rebecca blogged her way around the world as The Skype Nomad and shared her adventures in a regular column in The Daily Telegraph. She also spent a year of her life painting her way around the world with The Let’s Colour Project.

Originally from the sunny shores of Sydney, Rebecca now lives in London with her husband and puppy Shakti but you can find her down under most summers getting her salt water and sunshine fix.