This article will give you a glimpse into the world of a metaphysical minister. It will also help you understand what being an ordained Metaphysical Minister entails.
I decided to write this article because an online digital magazine called Mystic Mag reached out to me and asked for an interview. I was delighted to hop on a zoom call and discuss my profession with Sarah Kirkon, my interviewer.
We talked about such things as how I define a Goddess, how does one gain knowledge of self, the significance of the number 13 and my role as a Metaphysical Minister.
You can read that full article here: Goddess Only Knows
A minister should be flexible and free, as they travel to where they are called to go. Since graduating with a Masters degree in metaphysics from University of Metaphysics in 2018, I have traveled to different many cities teaching and preaching the good news. What’s the good news? You are the creator of your reality. And that’s GREAT news! LOL!
I am not preaching or teaching in the same exact manner as your typical Reverend. I am helping others see the spirit of Christ as themself and within themself. I help others reconnect with the creative force of the universe that designs their life.
As a Metaphysical Minister and a metaphysical Christian, I incorporate the Bible into my teachings a lot. I believe that I would not have been told in a dream to “go teach about Jesus”, if I were not supposed to incorporate those teachings into my ministry.
Most Metaphysical Ministers incorporate all types of spiritual doctrines into their teachings. This is because at some point, we recognize oneness. Meaning, we recognize that all of the teachings will lead us back to the same place: self.
To give you more insight on what it is to be a metaphysical minister, consider that when I graduated from University of Metaphysics in 2018, I signed a vow. I also took a verbal oath.
My vow and oath included these things and more: