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In Feb 2015, I did a 5-day symposium consisting of 25 interviews with powerful and inspiring women sharing their stories and advice for transcending life’s struggles, fears and doing it their own way. We got so much incredible feedback on the interviews, we decided to turn it into a podcast. At times during the interviews when you hear us refer to the series or interviews that have already been done, keep in mind these interviews have been repurposed and may not follow the original order.

Today’s interview with Meggan Watterson was one of my very favorites because she talks about two of my favorite topics – the sacredness of our human bodies and Mary Magdalene.

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About Meggan Watterson:

Meggan Watterson is a 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. She is the author of REVEAL: A Sacred Manual For Getting Spiritually Naked (Hay House, April 2013.) She received a Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School and a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University. She lives in New York City with her son and his two imaginary dogs.

In this episode, Meggan Watterson shares:

1. Your body is sacred
2. The power of pilgrimmage and how to take one without even leaving your town
3. When life brings you to your knees

What You’ll Hear:

6:12 Owning Your Own Knowing and Truth
9:54 How to Get Into and Then Stay in Your Body
18:58 How to Experience the Divine in Everyday Life
28:36 Mary Magdalene, the Secret Within Us, and Jesus’ Body
36:06 Integrating the Human Experience With the Soul
39:01 The Mystery of Your Truth

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