Rev. Jackie Cope, B.Msc.
Rev. Jackie Cope was led to the University of Metaphysics through divine intervention. During a time of self-actualization in her late 20s and early 30s, Jackie was on a quest to find a deeper spiritual connection that aligned with her Indigenous Knowledge. The University of Metaphysics has solidified what Jackie already knew and practiced, giving her the guiding practices for a daily routine, confidence to heal others, and academic background in Metaphysics. Jackie speaks more about this divine intervention in her podcast and shares stories, insights, and metaphysics knowledge.
Today Jackie is the founder of RavenRabbit LLC—A collaboration of Metaphysics and Indigenous ways of being. She practices Indigenous card reading, reiki, yoga, and one on one sessions. During one-on-one sessions, for either life or spiritual coaching, Jackie likes to use a range of modalities to support her clients. She believes in the healing powers of crystals, plant medicine, essential oils, meditation, and ceremony. Jackie specializes in uncovering life purpose and goal setting.
Jackie descends from the Washoe Tribe of California and Nevada. Her people are peaceful and spiritual. Her vision in life and business is a spiritual, indigenous, holistic approach to life, healing, and happiness. Jackie has infused metaphysics with Indigenous Knowledge and has created the RavenRabbit Road methodology for spiritual and personal development. Jackie will continue her studies with UoM and create an even stronger foundation for the RavenRabbit Road and metaphysics.
Jackie has a strong background academically and is a lifelong learner. She holds a Bachelor of Metaphysical Science from the University of Metaphysics, a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a Master of Art in Teaching, and an Education Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction. Her academic background has helped her be successful personally and professionally. Jackie provides education consulting for all academic settings and education institutions. She believes that the power of education leads to liberation.