VIDEO: The Divine Feminine by Meggan Watterson

Meggan-Watterson_bw-512x198After far too long an absense–blame the holidays and my week-long trip to London and Edinburgh (!)–I wanted to share a TEDx Women video that particularly moved me this month.

It is from my dear friend, the gorgeous Meggan Watterson, spiritual mentor, speaker, and scholar of the Divine Feminine who inspires women to live from the audacity and authenticity of the voice of their soul.

Meggan facilitates the REDLADIES, a spiritual community that encourages women to reclaim their bodies as sacred and to be led by the soul-voice inside them without compromise or apology–of which I was part for many years. (Some break bread together; REDLADIES break dark chocolate.) She is also the founder of REVEAL, an event in New York City that gathers together the fiery voices of women’s spirituality–I’ve been every year and even did PR for the event one year. Meggan received a Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School and a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary. Her work has appeared in media such as the New York Times, Forbes.com, and Feminist.com. Her first book, Reveal: A Sacred Manual for Getting Spiritually Naked, is due out this spring 2013 with Hay House, Inc.

Have warm and happy winter everyone!
Linda

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3 Responses to VIDEO: The Divine Feminine by Meggan Watterson

  1. WOW!!! Nice Post!Kind Regards

  2. Becky says:

    Great post! I love books that help women understand the importance of the divine feminine. I think that is why I loved “Quest for the Lost Name” by spiritual teacher George Makris. I think I am absolutely going to love “Reveal.” Thank you for recommending it. I can’t wait to read it.

    http://questforthelostname.com/

  3. Linda says:

    Absolutely! Meggan’s book isn’t coming out until next year, but keep your eyes open. It is going to be fabulous.

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