Rebel, renegade, and resurrected a thousand times, Temple Hayes is a spiritual trailblazer for our time.
Raised in South Carolina, she was born to question everything. Why must everything be just as her Southern Baptist family told her it should be? Enduring a heartbreaking childhood and a traumatized youth, she turned to a new understanding of Spirit to pull her from the car wrecks of alcohol addiction and through a hundred different fears. Firm in her conviction that the Creator loves you as you are and wants to have a conversation, Temple forged a new life from the ashes of her day-by-day death, a life that embraces bringing others to this realization and opening their hearts. Temple, an accomplished and practicing shaman, is a catalyst for turning lingering sorrows into brighter tomorrows and restoring all parts of the soul.
Now the spiritual leader at Unity Campus in St. Petersburg, Florida, she is revered internationally, and a key member of the Leadership Council of the Association of Global New Thought. Her new book, When Did You Die? is anchored in her work to fast-forward people to impassioned and energized living.
In addition to When Did You Die?, she has also authored, How to Speak Unity and The Right to Be You. Her popular radio show 'The Intentional Spirit' reaches millions around the world.
Temple is the founder of Life Rights, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the right of all to live the life of their intention in freedom and peace, and the SOFI Project, a non-profit organization that rescues and rehabilitates dogs and cats globally.