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with Rev. Cassandra Rae

Your Path | Your Way

How are you doing during these challenging times? We could all use a Ray of Hope! We are pleased to present a brand new video series featuring our spiritual director Reverend Cassandra Rae. You’ll find personal stories, perspectives, and practices that bring a Ray of Hope to your day, your path, your life.


A new video is released every Tuesday beginning on August 4, 2020. Sign up for our newsletter in order to receive an email notification of new episodes and to get a free workbook to help you apply the principles to your own life. Enjoy!

Episode 1:

Where are you at on your spiritual path? Now I know this might not be your top priority right now, but your spiritual path has a way of finding you - especially during challenging times! The most unexpected minister invites you into a new kind of spiritual community to empower your soul. Check it out!

Episode 2:

How are you dealing with all the chaos in the world right now? Sometimes a crisis is the perfect opportunity to find a new way. Rev Cassandra Rae shares how her personal story about how a crisis was the beginning of her spiritual journey. Check it out!

Episode 3:

What do you do when fear comes up? You might be surprised by these three powerful steps to help you move through fear.

Episode 4:

How do you stay grounded when everything’s shifting? You might be surprised (or not!) to find out that Rev Cassandra’s dog taught her a valuable perspective. Check it out to learn a simple, yet potent way to stay grounded in your every day life.

Get our free workbook titled 3 Steps to Strengthen Your Intuition to help you come up with personalized perspectives to empower your life.

Episode 5:

There are seeds of purpose planted within you. It’s our job to nurture them into fruition. Here is a three-step process to help you tune in to your soul’s guidance to help you discover and live your purpose.

Episode 6:

What is your soul calling for? Your soul knows what you need to be and do in order to live your purpose. A little bit of soul care can change the trajectory of your life. In this video, Rev Cassandra talks about how to set the boundaries needed in order to prioritize your soul care.

Get our free workbook titled 3 Steps to Strengthen Your Intuition to help you come up with personalized perspectives to empower your life.

Final Episode:
A poem by Rev. Cassandra Rae 

No matter what you’ve been through, healing is possible. Rev. Cassandra Rae is the spiritual director of Centre for Spiritual Living White Rock. Her life path has taken her through domestic violence, homelessness, teenage pregnancy, evangelical Christianity, atheism, dozens of jobs, multiple careers, and a plethora of degrees.


Let’s just say, she isn’t your average minister! In this video she shares her version of the poem “Where I’m From” which is modeled after George Ella Lyon’s poem of the same name. It’s a beautiful testament of the resilience of the human spirit.

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About Rev. Cassandra Rae
Spiritual Director

Reverend Cassandra Rae is an unexpected minister! She was raised evangelical Baptist and spent her twenties as an angry atheist. She discovered the Centers for Spiritual Living after experiencing a medical crisis that moved her to restore more than just her body. She opened up her heart and began healing old wounds, which led her straight to the unconditional love of Spirit within. Now she is a passionate speaker, teacher, and writer of an empowered spirituality that embraces our humanity, connects with an Inner Source of wisdom and guidance, and realizes our power to co-create a world that works for everyone.

Cultural Bio:
Cassandra was born in Anchorage, Alaska and raised in a predominately Mexican neighborhood in Salinas, California. She is the youngest of three daughters born to an Inupiaq father and white mother. Her bi-racial ethnic identity has shaped her sense of belonging, agency, and place within her family, community, and the world. She used to see it as a disadvantage as she never felt like she truly fit anywhere – even at home. But, as she’s deepened her understanding of spiritual principle and has walked the path of ministry, she’s learned that all of her identities are serving a Divine Purpose and that her bi-racial super power enables her to walk in different worlds with a new and different perspective. Her preferred pronouns are she/her.

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