Mary Magdalene Revealed: The First Apostle, Her Feminist Gospel & the Christianity We Haven't Tried Yet

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Mary Magdalene Revealed: The First Apostle, Her Feminist Gospel & the Christianity We Haven't Tried Yet

Mary Magdalene Revealed: The First Apostle, Her Feminist Gospel & the Christianity We Haven't Tried Yet

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The book itself is very messy, almost like an inedited diary, skipping from topic to topic of absolutely no relevance to the reader. She is a soul doula, gently holding our hands as we cross the river to spiritual healing and emotional salvation through these pages. In fact, our purpose is to be fully human, to be a 'true human being' - that is, a person who has remembered that, yes, we are a messy, limited ego, and we are also a limitless soul. It's about acquiring a vision that allows us to see what has always been here, within us, about being present, expanding awareness, rather than getting caught up in the endless stories the ego tells, it's about 'waking up to the fact that our system of understanding the world is no longer serving us.

Her thesis, as I understand it is largely that a lot of pertinent stuff was left out of the Bible as it stands, because all of it tends to undermine the patriarchy, because the early Christians were very equal, and that didn't work for a hierarchical church in the service of an Emperor. I went home that day and made a copper tree of life, living cross vibrant and alive, and bearing much fruit. If you struggle to identify as a Christian because you can't fathom a Christianity that excludes women, LGBTIQ+ people, or a divinity that requires us to become less human, this book is for you. Meggan Watterson is a conduit carrying the electrical charge of spirit and weaving this channeled energy into her work. Let’s not forget other spiritual leaders of Christianity, including Mary of Nazareth and Joan of Arc.If you ever wondered if the feminine is dormant in our spiritual traditions, Mary Magdalene Revealedmakes it clear that our past, present, and future lies within her.

Fortunately, some rebel monks were wise enough to refuse—and thanks to their disobedience and spiritual bravery, we have several manuscripts of the only gospel that was written in the name of a woman: The Gospel of Mary Magdalene. But, that being said, the information she gives seems to be very important in placing the context of Jesus’ message and how it was heard by a very faithful disciple, Mary. The Gospel of Mary Magdalene reveals a very different love story from the one we’ve come to refer to as Christianity. Now it seems especially timely as a renewed debate rages over the role women should play in the Church. Fortunately, some rebel monks refused, and thanks to their disobedience we have several ancient manuscripts of the only gospel that was written in the name of a woman: The Gospel of Mary Magdalene.

I do not consider myself religious in that sense, and I’ve had my eyes opened as to why it never felt right to me.

Meggan facilitates the REDLADIES - a community of radical love that lets her preach about female saints, mystics, gurus, and poets who inspire and teach us to live in service of love.g. John 3:16) that Jesus paid for the sins of others, and whosoever believe in him as a savior will find everlasting peace.

I really enjoyed your review and your own comments on how this author leans so far into the feminine she may put off some readers. Meggan Watterson is a Hay House author (Harvard trained, feminist theologian) and some of her experiences mentioned in the book are shared with other authors I'm familiar with such as Christiane Northrup, Kyle Gray and Rebecca Campbell. For example, when Watterson was worrying about flying across the Atlantic, she left it to The Universe (my interpretation) and was led to take the Queen Mary instead (resulting in so many enlightening moments for the author). Female spiritual leaders also appear in other religions from Isis in Ancient Egyptian mythology to Tibetan Green Tara, a female buddha (see page 54 of this book to learn more). I was so excited for this book, but she goes on and on about feminism and retells stories already in revealed.The uncovering of the gospel of Mary is the missing piece for me and the possibility that a spiritually advanced and aware movement existed outside of ‘the church’ which indeed exalted the true message of Christ has always given me cause for hope. Such a metaphysical message is all too familiar in the ancient Hindu scriptures of Upanishads and the Vedanta school of Hindu philosophy.



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