Daily Archives: 2006- June 14

DaVinci Code Uncorks the Genie

The sacred feminine makes an appearance.

The DaVinci Code has struck a chord for millions of people. The book, the spin-off books, the movie, the court cases. Is it that it’s such a well-written story? A fascinating mystery? A debunking of organized religion? Is it Tom Hanks? Might it be, at least in part, that the story taps into a deep longing for balance in the world, for the sacred feminine to be invited back to the table to sit as an equal?

Read the entire article . . . http://www.kjbryant.com/html/otherwriting.htm

K.J. Bryant left career, home and an established life to go on a one-year journey around the country searching for a new life after 50. On her path to reinvention, Bryant met over 70 women with amazing stories of transformation. She shares the wisdom and inspiration she gained in her workshops, presentations and forthcoming book, Journeys: 50,000 Miles of Wise Women. Sign up for her free eJourneys Newsletter and learn more about Bryant at: http://www.kjbryant.com/

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