After a revelation at a sacred site of the Black Madonna in Europe, Meggan Watterson realised that being spiritual for her was intricately tied to her view of her body. Rather than transcending the body, denying or ignoring it, she found that she must accept her body as sacred. Only then could she truly hear the voice of unfaltering love inside her – the voice of her soul.
Meggan, a Harvard-trained theologian, and best selling Hay House author, was on a mission to uncover the hidden voices from traditional religion: the voices of women. But her pilgrimage around the world revealed not only the many stories, images and voices of the Divine Feminine across traditions – The Gospel of Mary Magdalene, Kali Ma, Buddhism’s Green Tara – but also her own spiritual voice, the one veiled beneath years of fear and self-doubt.
Hear her also share, with Clara Appollo, her understanding of the Divine Masculine as we find a way to truly integrate the dual aspects of us all into one Divine whole.
Hear Meggan talk with passion, humour, poetry, and raw honesty. she provides what religion has left out – a way to lift the veils of your own fear and self-doubt to find the Divine within.
“Meggan Watterson brings alive the concept of spirituality as something not separate from us, or something we have to go out and pursue or attain. I just love the way she weaves everything, from her sexuality, her body, her emotions – in fact, her life – into a seamless tapestry that teaches us the spiritual importance of being who we are, and that our life is our prayer to the universe”
Anita Moorjani – author ‘Dying To Be Me’
Meggan’s website full of resource and insight is here:
Artwork by Emily Balivet