Beak traveled the world to fulfill her lifelong desire to find God and an authentic spiritual expression. She says, “I was really looking for this connection to the beloved that I have felt since I was a child…I have a natural respect for each of the religious traditions, I also felt pretty frustrated and a bit alone because try as I might, I couldn’t find a community, tradition, lineage, or a teacher that really resonated with my red heart.” This journey took her through many traditions and lineages and eventually led to a sacred descent of the soul, severing all connections with the divine. Her story will resonate with many of us who find ourselves on a pilgrimage of the spirit. Beak advises us to clear the “spiritual clutter” from our lives, put aside our spiritual bypassing, and be willing to find and express our own experience. She assures us that the soul is constantly communicating to us through metaphor, dreams, and synchronicities. It is through patterns in our lives that our soul is dropping hints of itself everywhere. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)Bio   Sera Beak is a Harvard trained scholar of comparative world religions who spent years traveling the world studying spirituality with Sufi dervishes, Tibetan monks, Croatian mystics, shamans, and more. She is a workshop facilitator and speaker. She is the author of:

To learn more about Sera Beak’s work go to www.serabeak.com. Topics explored in this dialogue include:

  • How she found herself on a worldwide spiritual search
  • Why she resonated for a time with Sufism after finding the poetry of Rumi
  • How the spiritual qualities of the transcendent tend to dampen a full feminine expression of the divine
  • What is the Sacred Prostitute archetype and how has it been suppressed by traditional religions
  • How touch is an expression of the divine feminine
  • Who is the “Red Lady” to Sera
  • How Beak went through sacred descent of the soul, severing all connections with the divine
  • What is the difference between soul and spirit
  • How can we get in touch with the divine feminine
  • How can we hear the deep longing of our soul

Host: Justine Willis Toms       Interview Date: 8/23/2013      Program Number: 3478

ON New Dimensions | November 4, 2013 | 5:00 am

Heretic Of The Heart with Sera Beak

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Beak traveled the world to fulfill her lifelong desire to find God and an authentic spiritual expression. She says, “I was really looking for this connection to the beloved that I have felt since I was a child…I have a natural respect for each of the religious traditions, I also felt pretty frustrated and a bit alone because try as I might, I couldn’t find a community, tradition, lineage, or a teacher that really resonated with my red heart.” This journey took her through many traditions and lineages and eventually led to a sacred descent of the soul, severing all connections with the divine. Her story will resonate with many of us who find ourselves on a pilgrimage of the spirit. Beak advises us to clear the “spiritual clutter” from our lives, put aside our spiritual bypassing, and be willing to find and express our own experience. She assures us that the soul is constantly communicating to us through metaphor, dreams, and synchronicities. It is through patterns in our lives that our soul is dropping hints of itself everywhere. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)Bio   Sera Beak is a Harvard trained scholar of comparative world religions who spent years traveling the world studying spirituality with Sufi dervishes, Tibetan monks, Croatian mystics, shamans, and more. She is a workshop facilitator and speaker. She is the author of:

To learn more about Sera Beak’s work go to www.serabeak.com. Topics explored in this dialogue include:

  • How she found herself on a worldwide spiritual search
  • Why she resonated for a time with Sufism after finding the poetry of Rumi
  • How the spiritual qualities of the transcendent tend to dampen a full feminine expression of the divine
  • What is the Sacred Prostitute archetype and how has it been suppressed by traditional religions
  • How touch is an expression of the divine feminine
  • Who is the “Red Lady” to Sera
  • How Beak went through sacred descent of the soul, severing all connections with the divine
  • What is the difference between soul and spirit
  • How can we get in touch with the divine feminine
  • How can we hear the deep longing of our soul

Host: Justine Willis Toms       Interview Date: 8/23/2013      Program Number: 3478

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