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The Way of Belle Coeur: A Woman's Vade Mecum (The Companion Series for Ink and Honey) (Volume 1) Paperback – January 4, 2016
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Sibyl Dana Reynolds was born in 1947 in the Midwest. A spiritual pilgrim, she has traveled through Europe seeking ancient places, rich with sacred meaning. Sibyl's award winning novel, Ink and Honey, was inspired by her fascination with medieval women visionaries and ancient feminine wisdom, monastic practices, and historic cathedrals. The Way of Belle Coeur: A Woman's Vade Mecum is her spiritual and creative compendium, and accompaniment for Ink and Honey. For thirty years her work as a spiritual director, creative mentor, and retreat facilitator for the feminine spiritual/creative process has provided practices to inspire and nourish spiritual and creative transformation. Sibyl believes that through the exploration of ancient, feminine, sacred wisdom there is the opportunity to glean spiritual understanding to sustain and enrich contemporary life. Sibyl lives with her husband in Texas.
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Although one doesn't need to read Sibyl's first book. "Ink And Honey" to benefit from this new work, it is a beautiful read and a pathway to contemplating being a sacred life artisan.