Lilith is the mythological seductress that has been repressed since Biblical times. She is the representative of the essentially motherless form of the feminine Self that arose as an embodiment of the neglected and rejected aspects of the Great Goddess. Written by a Jungian analyst, this material can help modern men and women come to terms with this aspect of the feminine within.
|Dr. Barbara Black Koltuv is a clinical psychologist and a Jungian analyst. She is a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute in New York. After receiving her Ph.D. degree from Columbia University, Dr. Koltuv graduated from the New York University Post Doctoral Program in Psychoanalysis where she studied dream work intensively with Erich Fromm. She has been fascinated by, and has collected, amulets, talismans and magical jewelry since childhood. Dr. Koltuv is the author of The Book of Lilith, Weaving Woman, Solomon and Sheba: Individuation and Inner Marriage, all published by Nicolas-Hays.|