Morrigan is an Irish Goddess, most often connected with battle and death. Her name loosely translates to “The Phantom Queen”, though she is also known as The Great Queen.
There is controversy about whether Morrigan is a Goddess in her own right, a triple Goddess with three faces, or a collective of three separate Goddesses along with Macha and Badb, or Nemain. Lora O’Brien, of Ogham Academy, has a great video discussing this question. You can find it here.
Morrigan is a shapeshifter, most often taking the form of a crow, or sometimes a raven. This is another reason she was associated with death and war, since crows and ravens often feast on the carnage after a battle. For this meditation, I chose ravens, as they have always felt very majestic to me, fit for a queen.
One of the famous myths about Morrigan, though it is also attributed to Badb, is that of The Washer at the Ford. When I connected with Morrigan, this was the aspect that came through for the guided meditation. You can read a version of that myth here.
Take a Walk with Morrigan to wash away what no longer serves you.
A Walk with Morrigan Guided Meditation