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Reveal: A Sacred Manual for Getting Spiritually Naked Paperback – April 3, 2013
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“Reveal is one of the most uplifting, honest, exhilarating books I have ever read. I devoured every page of this beautifully written life-changing work. It speaks to the Divine embodied soul of every woman and leaves you as refreshed as a spring rain in the desert.”
— 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
— 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
“Meggan Watterson brings alive the concept of spirituality as something that is 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. This is a book after my own heart!”
— Anita Moorjani, best-selling author of Dying to Be Me
“Reveal cracked me open, reawakened my spirit and reminded me that I'm not alone on my spiritual journey. Meggan Watterson addresses so much of what we're afraid to say. This book opened my heart and fed my soul. Reveal is a blessing to the world.”
— Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times best-selling author of May Cause Miracles
“Watterson’s voice is so powerful that when you open this book you will feel like she is sitting next to you, staring into your eyes over a cup of tea, and talking directly to you about all that matters in life. Even skeptics can’t help but respond to such a brilliant, clear vision about waking up the voice you are meant to have. This spiritual memoir will reach straight into your soul and stay there.”
— Donna Freitas, Ph.D., author of The End of Sex and Sex and the Soul: Juggling Sexuality, Spirituality, Romance, and Religion on America's College Campuses
“Meggan Watterson reveals for us all the deep journey of self-love through the arms of the feminine. Reveal takes you on a soulful and sacred journey that will make you laugh, cry, and awaken the inner divine rebel living and breathing inside of you.”
— Christine Arylo, self-love author and founder of Madly in Love with ME
“Meggan Watterson writes of the body, 'it is your chance to be here.’ The same could be said of this book—it is a chance, a wish, a vision of a world where women's bodies and their spirits are united, where their pasts don't lock them in shame, where their futures are wide open and self-created. Meggan's fiercely original, unapologetically intense writing sucks you in from page one and doesn't let you go until you spin out from the end, changed.”
— Courtney E. Martin, author of Perfect Girls, Starving Daughters: How the Quest for Perfection Is Harming Young Women
“Meggan Watterson writes from the white-hot place where two passionate inquiries intersect. She is a seeker, in the fullest sense, and her feminism runs just as deep. Revealis a fireball of a book . . . Meggan is so adept at limning out a story that you come away feeling as if you’d read an engaging novella even as you were absorbing her remarkable seven-point program for claiming and reclaiming just about everything that matters!”
— Carol Lee Flinders, Ph.D., author of At the Root of This Longing: Reconciling a Spiritual Hunger and a Feminist Thirst and Enduring Lives: Portraits of Women and Faith in Action
"Intimate, vulnerable, and courageous, Meggan Watterson's Reveal: A Sacred Manual for Getting Spiritually Naked, is a gift to liberate your spirit and set you free!”
— China Galland, author of Longing for Darkness: Tara and the Black Madonna, The Bond Between Women, and Love Cemetery
“This book is an invitation back to who you really are. Read it and be reminded. Reveal is a call to return to the essence of you, beautifully interwoven with stories that will make your soul sizzle in recognition.”
— Kate Northrup, author of Money: A Love Story
“Reveal reminds us that we are sacred, that we must worship at our own inner altar, and that everyone has access to a mystical experience of life. Finally, spirituality from the embodied feminine perspective—this book is a touchstone for the next generation of women and their spiritual lives.”
— Alisa Vitti, founder of FLOliving.com and author of WomanCode
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Watterson is a powerful writer. Her words are poetic and express clearly and beautifully the truths that she herself has spent decades discovering. It is a gift that she shares them with us in this book. Watterson takes the reader on a journey of self-discovery and self-love as she shares her own journey to wholeness, strength, and love. She begins the book by sharing that she has always wanted a spiritual guide or mentor, and this is who she is for those who read her book. There is something so necessary, so empowering, and so right about her message, which is that we are closer than we ever imagined to the Divine because we have the Divine within us. The book had me nodding, underlining, dogear-ing, crying, and laughing.
Toward the beginning of the book, Watterson states that she was hesitant about undertaking a spiritual pilgrimage because it took her away from her call to service. I don't know if she knew at the time that her pilgrimages themselves would be a service to others when she put words to them in this book, but that is exactly what they are. I am grateful for Watterson's stories, and grateful she had the courage and clarity to share them with us.
I highly recommend this book for anyone looking to come closer to the Holy and closer to loving the person they are. The book will be especially healing and powerful for women.
Meggan’s voice is powerful, intense and intent. The power of her voice, her intensity of the message never relented. She never once yelled at the reader, condescended, moralized or judged anyone or anything else. She dished her highly personal story- her emotionally racking search for why she’s on the earth to begin with, and what she has to offer her fellow earthlings.
Reveal is not a commentary on society, or a critique of organized religion. Its a truly searching and fearless spiritual inventory of herself, and its intensity made me not just want to re-live her pilgrimages, but it made me want to be in her very body, crawl inside her mind, and lay down inside her spirit. When I came to my senses enough to realize that could never happen, I just wanted to keep reading, basking in her aura of fearlessness.
Her message to me was loud and clear; the opposite of fear isn't courage, or even faith. Its love. If I don’t want to move beyond the fears that diminish me, I have to exhibit love. Its not a touchy-feely kind of love, and its not a neurotic kind of fear. Its simpler, clearer- a genuine recognition that everyone I come in contact with has their own spirit, their own journey, and its my duty to honor that in them. And, in so doing, I honor that in me. All of me: every morsel of flesh, every glimmer of spirit that ever flickers somewhere within me.
You've done it Meggan Watterson; you have provided THE manual for authentic searchers of greater spirit. All without even telling me what to do. No 30 day plan with action steps, and menus, no quick chapter synopses in case I was skimming or speed reading.
Thank you Ms. Watterson, for bringing your distinct, divine message to me through this book. Thank you for revealing your truly magnificent, imperfect self. I’ll get spiritually naked with you, or any of your REDLADIES any day. And while I wait for that opportunity, (which will come in May, in NYC) I will have the confidence to dance spiritually naked in front of anyone who dares to watch me in all of my flawed glory.
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thank you for this book a must read