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Meggan  Watterson
Meggan Watterson
Meggan Watterson is the founder of REVEAL, an organization that spiritually empowers women to connect to the love within them, reclaim their bodies as sacred, and become soul-led agents of change in the world. She facilitates The REDLADIES- a women's spirituality group in NYC where women come together to encourage each other to find, hear, and to follow the courageous and audacious voice of their soul. (Some break bread together, REDLADIES break dark chocolate. Smile.) She has her Masters of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School and a Masters of Divinity from Columbia University. Her work has been featured in media outlets such as The New York Times, Women’s Radio,, and She is currently writing her first book titled REVEAL (Hay House, 2013.)



5 Ways To Stay Sane While Being Single
5 Ways To Stay Sane While Being Single There’s no way around the pure desire I have for a life partner, for my soul to meet her match. I long for it with ardor. Over the past four years... Comments
A Simple Way To Make Your Life Better Now
A Simple Way To Make Your Life Better Now I’ve spent my life studying the world’s religions. And the majority of them have been created around a solitary charismatic mystic . And each, no... Comments
Do You Know Who You Are? “Do you know who you are?” The shaman asked. A thick silence filled the short distance between us. “Do you know who you are?” she repeated her eyes... Comments


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 Reveal provides what religions have left out-the spiritual voice of a woman who has claimed her body as sacred-a woman who has found the divine inside her. In essence, this is a manual for revea