The New Divine Feminine: Spiritual Evolution for a Woman's Soul (Paperback)
"In this wise and deeply nuanced book, beloved spiritual guide Meghan Don masterfully walks us through the light and the darkness of the Holy into the arms of the Divine Feminine...where we are emboldened to step up as a force of healing and hope in the world."--Mirabai Starr, author of God of Love: A Guide to the Heart of Judaism, Christianity & Islam
Achieve Spiritual Evolution through True Empowerment of Your Feminine Soul
Experience an evolutionary journey with this guide to embracing the light and dark of the archetypal stages of womanhood. Bringing forward Gnostic and mystical teachings, Meghan Don shows you how to work with the seven faces of the Divine Feminine: the light and dark aspects of the Daughter, Mother, and Crone, as well as the enlightened being of one's true nature. Using reflections, prayers, meditations, and ancient chants, The New Divine Feminine helps you heal your spirit, find liberation, and trust your inner soul voice and vision. No matter your spiritual beliefs, you can access each divine face and gain empowerment from this guide's exploration of powerful, sacred women, including Mary Magdalene, Lilith, the Black Madonna, and Teresa of Avila.
"This may well be the best book written on the Divine Feminine. It is not only a book 'about' spiritual evolution, it is immediate, inwardly felt. These alive words awaken truths already present but covered over for centuries...This is a book of waking up, of becoming our nature. A book everyone should read "--Robert Sardello, PhD, author of Silence: The Mystery of Wholeness
About the Author
Meghan Don (Charleston, SC, and Nova Scotia, Canada) is an initiate of the Sophian Lineage and Founder and Leading Guide of the Gnostic Grace Circle. An award-winning author, spiritual mentor, and retreat presenter, Meghan’s work helps to raise the feminine consciousness and confidence in our world. She has worked extensively with the Christian mystics, Gnostic and Kabbalistic teachings, and Jungian psychology, and is renowned for her keen insight into the human soul. Coming from Celtic heritage and born in New Zealand, Meghan’s work is informed by a deep connection with the natural world. Her work incorporates mystical prayer, meditation, sacred dance, and chant, bringing ancient wisdom into a contemporary and accessible form. Meghan has taught at Omega Institute, Esalen Institute, Unity and New Thought Churches, and Episcopal and Methodist Churches. She has led many sacred pilgrimages to Europe and is the author of Meditations with Teresa of Avila: A Journey into the Sacred, which won the Ashton Wylie/New Zealand Book Council Award for best book and author in 2006. She has also authored Sacred Companions Sacred Community: Reflections with Clare of Assisi. Visit her online at www.GnosticGrace.com.