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Welcoming Lilith: Awakening and Welcoming Pure Female Power (eBook)

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Welcoming Lilith: Awakening and Welcoming Pure Female Power
Welcoming Lilith: Awakening and Welcoming Pure Female Power Book Cover, written by Theresa C. Dintino
Welcoming Lilith: Awakening and Welcoming Pure Female Power Book Cover, written by Theresa C. Dintino
Author(s) Theresa C. Dintino
Publisher Dark Planet Publishing
Publication date August 8, 2014
Media type eBook
Paperback
Length 80 Pages
ISBN 978-1937632762 (Paperback)
ASIN B00MK8ZBF4 (eBook)

For other uses of the word Lilith, see Lilith (disambiguation).


Welcoming Lilith: Awakening and Welcoming Pure Female Power is a book written by Theresa C. Dintino. It is a discussion and examination of the story of Lilith.


Overview

  • Title: Welcoming Lilith: Awakening and Welcoming Pure Female Power
  • Author: Theresa C. Dintino
  • Published By: Dark Planet Publishing
  • Length: 80 Pages
  • Format: eBook & Paperback
  • ASIN: B00MK8ZBF4 (eBook)
  • ISBN-10: 1937632768 (Paperback)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1937632762 (Paperback)
  • Publishing Date: August 8, 2014


Plot Summary

Lilith is a Goddess and mythological figure who is misunderstood. She is reputed to be Adam’s first wife before Eve, and she represents the first powerful and liberated female in history. Then why was she banished?

Through commentary and reflection on the multifaceted aspects of Lilith, Theresa C. Dintino guides the reader on an exciting inner journey to reclaim her own repressed parts. By examining how these Lilith energies may show up in her own life, the reader is encouraged to do the work to bring them back to life.

Rituals included in the book offer the opportunity to explore these powerful but often feared aspects. Reclaiming the lost fragments—her power, her anger, her shadow, her sexuality, her creativity and her deep inner truth—returns the female psyche to a state of wholeness and integration.


Book Review

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