Rev. Rebecca Ellen Augustine D.Min.

Well-Being and Happiness
Rebecca Augustine

Recognized as a Human Rights Defender by Amnesty International, I advocate for personal and social change through conscious action. I am a certified mindfulness practitioner, a Transformational Neurolinguistic Psychology coach, and a Reiki teacher.

Together with my business partner – motivational speaker, social theorist on well-being, and author Donna R. Wood – I work to show people how to equip themselves with the inner resources they need to emerge as their best selves into the family, workplace, community, nation, and global society. Donna and I do speaking engagements, and present webinars, workshops, seminars, and retreats to show people how to take effective actions to achieve meaningful personal change that transforms their experience.

I am an ordained minister and chaplain, and officiate weddings whenever I have the opportunity. I hold a Doctor of Ministry degree in Comparative Religion: 122 credits focusing on world religions, faith - both personal and systemic - and the relationship between individual, social, & institutional religious practices/beliefs and sociocultural development & change.

I am a devoted herb gardener, grateful parent, ardent natural perfumer, terrible fencer, enthusiastic home cook, gemstone aficionado, avid reader, happy wife, amateur opera and jazz singer, passionate writer, spiritual philosopher, essential oil connoisseur, and eager student of quantum physics.

Areas of Specialty

Confidence

Life Coaching

Positivity

Self Esteem

Spirituality

Other

Treatment Methods

Coaching

Energy Work

Feng Shui

Intuition Development

Law of Attraction

Life Coaching

Meditation and Guided Visualization

Mindfulness

Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Spiritual Healing

Wealth Building

Articles Rebecca has Published
Life Is Short. Dream Big.
Life Is Short. Dream Big.

Most of us don't have much time to spend imagining. Jobs, families and friends, activities, and all the little mundane tasks of life take up all our time, and there's just no time to spend thinking about »

Most of us don't have much time to spend imagining. Jobs, families and friends, activities, and all the little mundane tasks of life take up all our time, and there's just no time to spend thinking about what could be. And then there are the killjoys: those people who claim to be practical and realistic but who in many cases are actually despairing over the loss of their own possibilities. They tell..

Rev. Rebecca Augustine · 5 days ago

Rev. Rebecca Augustine · 5 days ago