COMMIT: Rebekah Erev on Loving Yourself as an Act of Liberation (Ep. 31)


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Commit: Episode 31

Learn about loving yourself as an act of liberation with artist and Hebrew priestess Rebekah Erev.

"When you make a commitment to love yourself, it’s healing.” - Rebekah Erev

In this episode of #moonwisepodcast, we speak with Rebekah Erev about loving yourself as an act of liberation. We talk about presence, finding the sacred in the mundane and working with unseen realms.



Rebekah Erev is an ordained kohenet (Hebrew priestess), feminist, queer, artist, intuitive, healer, lover, creativity coach and teacher. She lives on the Salish Sea in Olympia, WA., the original village of the Steh-chass people. In her work, she collaborates with unseen and seen beings to make art and ritual with the intention to recover and liberate the earth. She also makes objects like her beautiful Moon Angels card deck.

We talk about self exploration, commitment, and love. We discuss the importance of getting to know yourself in a culture that teaches us to reach externally for happiness and validation. We explore the concept of self partnership and Rebekah’s experience of creating a marriage ritual for herself. We also touch on queer identity, belonging and Rebekah’s path as a Hebrew priestess.

We also talk about:

  • Imaginary friends

  • Reclaiming self care culture

  • Exploring our birth stories

  • Following through with commitments


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