Ready for a practice that will deepen your relationship with your inner wise-woman?
Let Sil Reynolds introduce you to your inner crone. Forget the bitter, bearded old woman from fairytales. Sil is here to show you that a crone simply has no concern for image or societal norms – and this is where her true power comes from.
Intrigued? Join us for Power Practice #07: The Wisdom of Your Inner Crone, as Sil guides us on a meditation to open our eyes to the wise woman waiting for each of us.
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“To the crone, detachment is not indifference. It means she has lived, and suffered, and, having suffered, can draw back and see with her heart.” ~ Marion Woodman
Sil Reynolds, RN, is an author, nurse practitioner, therapist and workshop leader. For more than 30 years she has worked with women of all ages, helping them create balanced and meaningful lives. Reynolds completed Marion Woodman’s BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership training and she a graduate of Brown University, where she majored in Women’s Studies. She has been an ongoing advisor to the Omega Institute’s Women and Power Conference since its inception. For over a decade, Reynolds led Geneen Roth’s Breaking Free From Emotional Eating workshops across the country. In 2005, Sil coordinated the Love Your Tree project for V-Day in NYC, in conjunction with Eve Ensler’s Broadway play The Good Body.
With her 22 year-old daughter Eliza, Sil leads Mothering & Daughtering workshops for mothers and their adolescent daughters at the Omega Institute and Esalen Institute. She is the moderator of Omega’s annual parenting conference: Hold On To Your Kids: Parenting in the 21st Century. Sil and Eliza are co-authors of a new book published by Sounds True, Mothering & Daughtering: Keeping Your Bond Strong Through the Teen Years.
Check out our Emerging Women podcast “Freeing Girls from a Culture of Perfectionism” with Sil’s daughter, Eliza Reynolds: