-- Christiane Northrup, M.D., OB/GYN physician and New York Times best-selling author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause "The Divine Feminine has found a beautiful voice in Meggan Watterson's new book, Reveal: A Sacred Manual for Getting Spiritually Naked. Written with a vulnerable heart and a fierce commitment to truth, Meggan's spiritual journey will inspire you to find and follow your own true soul-voice. I loved every single page!"
-- Cheryl Richardson, author of The Art of Extreme Self-Care "Reveal is a healing, a retelling, a remembering. The words fly like ignited prayer from the heart of Meggan Watterson. This book is a passionate calling to mend the desecrating separation between body and soul and make the world whole."
-- Eve Ensler, founder of V-Day and New York Times best-selling author of The Vagina Monologues and I Am an Emotional Creature "Meggan Watterson is a poet and a scholar and a real-life 21st century seeker. She's your best girlfriend . . . and a trusted spiritual guide suggesting shortcuts toward wisdom and happiness. This is a lovely book."
-- Elizabeth Lesser, co-founder of the Omega Institute and author of Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow "The world is hungry for the awakening consciousness of the feminine spirit. Meggan's journey is riveting, magnificently told, and will help you to unlock your own."
-- Regena Thomashauer, author of Mama Gena's School of Womanly Arts
What she discovered along the way were not only the many stories, images, and voices of the Divine Feminine in world religions – Christianity’s Mary Magdalene, Hinduism’s Kali Ma, Buddhism’s Green Tara – but also her own spiritual voice, the one veiled beneath years of fear and self-doubt.
After a revelation at a sacred site of the Black Madonna in Europe, Meggan realized 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.
Watterson soon found that she was not alone, that there are countless women who long for a spirituality that encourages embodiment, that inspires them to abandon their fears but never themselves, and that shows them how to be led by the audacious and fiercely loving voice of truth inside them.
No matter where you rest on the spectrum of spirituality – religious or secular, devout believer or chronic doubter, freelance mystic or borderline agnostic – this story is about the desire to shed what’s holding you back. With passion, humor, poetry, and raw honesty, Meggan provides what religion has left out – a way to lift the veils of your own fear and self-doubt to reveal your soul and find the Divine within.