TGGC #14: Creating your own spiritual path, tapping into your soul voice, & practicing self-love with Meggan Watterson

Meggan Watterson, author of Reveal: A Sacred Manual for Getting Spiritually Naked and co-author of How to Love Yourself (and Sometimes Other People. Megan is a spiritual misfit and a scholar of the divine feminine. But if you're not a religious person, don't let that put you off. Meggan talks about spirituality in a way I've never encountered before and she offers soulful, practical advice for loving yourself and connecting with the truth of who you are. In addition to sharing more of her story, Meggan goes through a fantastic, step-by-step for getting in touch with yourself through journalling, as well as the top 3 practices she recommends for starting (or deepening) your self-love journey.

In this episode we talk about:

  • What she means by the word "God" and how she experiences a connection with it
  • The practice Meggan created for going inward and connecting with your inner voice
  • How you can connect with that inner voice in small, everyday moments like brushing your teeth
  • The step-by-step process that Meggan uses to connect with her soul voice (or inner truth) and answer questions she has about her life
  • Why we can only love other people as much as we love ourselves
  • How to keep developing a sense of self-worth from within
  • The three small steps you can take to begin loving yourself, even if it feels impossible right now
  • Another way to think of your soul if that word doesn't jive with you
  • Why binge watching TV can be good for your soul
  • What makes Meggan feel nourished "in places food could never touch"

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