Rev. Neroli Duffy

Neroli Duffy

Author - Lecturer - Minister

After growing up in suburban Perth, Western Australia, Neroli Duffy studied medicine at the University of Western Australia, graduating with M.B., B.S. and B.Med.Sci. In 1983 she took post-graduate studies in anesthesiology in England. She practiced as a medical doctor for ten years in England and Australia, including some time with the Royal Flying Doctor Service. But in her medical practice she saw more and more that the healing of the soul was an even greater need than the healing of the body.

Finally she came to the conclusion that, for her, the spiritual path could provide a higher way of service. In 1989 she left a thriving medical practice to work with Elizabeth Clare Prophet, one of the world's foremost female religious leaders.

Neroli Duffy is an ordained minister and an instructor at Summit University.

She has toured extensively in America, Australia, Europe and Russia to present spiritual teachings on healing and wholeness. She has extensive experience with interviews on radio, television and newspaper both in the United States of America and internationally in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea during five lecture tours speaking about spiritual subjects including presenting Angels - Your Guides, Guardians and Friends.

Neroli is author of several books including Wanting to Be Born: the Cry of the Soul, and Wanting to Live: Overcoming the Seduction of Suicide. She got to put her medical and spiritual learning into practice when she dealt with breast cancer in 1998. She wrote A Journey Through Cancer; A Woman Doctor's Personal Experience with Breast Cancer for people like her who are dealing with cancer. Her website is

Her latest book is The Practical Mystic - Life Lessons from Conversations with Mrs. Booth available at and