Hello Angels and Gurus,
I'm Brandon Kneefel--the Rebel Mystic. Why "Rebel Mystic"? For as long as I can remember, I was too "spiritual" for my activist crowd and too "rebellious" for my spiritual crowd. A title that many can't seem to reconcile was the only one that fit me.
I have worked in the spiritual, self-development and activism fields since I was 18-years-old. I see a world in which social justice must inform our spiritual work and our spiritual work must inform our social justice. He has had extensive grassroots training on Gandhian techniques of non-violence, the issues that face the LGBTQ+ community, and organizational development. He was awarded the Jonathan D. Lewis National Point Foundation scholarship for showing most "merit as a future progressive leader." A Rebel Mystic is simply someone who cuts through the noise with truth and compassion.
Inward + Upward,
Brandon graduated from a two-year certification program as a Spiritual Practioner with Inspire Spiritual Communities and additionally received his Spiritual Counselor licensure after completing his hours of counseling. He's been one-on-one mentored by Colby Rebel, a renown teacher to mediums and psychics, and has completed courses with Julian Jenkins, an Arthur Findlay College for psychic senses and mediumship graduate.
He founded the Queer Mystic Collective to help emerging LGBTQ+ healers, psychics and mediums develop their abilities. And is an authority on extra-sensory perception, mediumship, spiritual healing, shadow-work, progressed and regressed life recall, and integration of multiple spiritual modalities through a process he calls "Clairomnient Audio/Haptic Healing."
Brandon published an award-winning, best-selling book on spirituality. He's also been featured in academic texts for his activism, non-fiction books for his personal story and featured in newspapers and on magazine cover stories.
Brandon was the star of Logo TV’s “Finding Prince Charming” and was known as the spiritual suitor who tolerated no b.s. He uses his life experiences to inform his work, such as his recovery from alcoholism, addiction, and an eating disorder; living with OCD; and even long-term homelessness. These perceived weaknesses are his secret weapons in helping those in need. He has story produced for and starred in the MyxTV reality makeover show “Best Night Ever.” Additionally, he’s also been seen across Viacom networks for the special “Addiction in America” and PSA “Coming Out in 60 secs.”
To add some levity to his life, Brandon also performs, having acted in movies, TV shows, viral videos, and on-stage at the Comedy Store.