Worshiped in Ancient Greece as a protectress of young girls, Artemis was the goddess of hunting, nature, and chastity—the original “wild woman.” In Artemis, Jungian analyst and bestselling author, Jean Shinoda Bolen, revives the goddess Artemis to reclaim the female passion and persistence to survive and succeed. But an indomitable spirit isn’t just reserved for the gods.
In her book, Dr. Bolen revives the myth of Atalanta, an archetypal Artemis and mere mortal. To Atalanta, fate was no obstacle. Left to die because she was born a girl, she faces the Calydon Boar and outruns any man attempting to claim her as his wife. In Artemis, women are encouraged to discover their inner heroine—the activist who never gives up, who cannot be subdued.
About the Author:
Jean Shinoda Bolen, M. D, is a psychiatrist, Jungian analyst, Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, former professor of psychiatry, and an internationally-known author and speaker. She is a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a recipient of the Institute for Health and Healing's Pioneers in Art, Science, and the Soul of Healing Award. Dr. Bolen has authored over ten books with over a hundred foreign editions. Her groundbreaking work, Goddesses in Everywoman, sold over half a million copies and continues affecting women to this day. Another one of her works, The Millionth Circle, inspired The Millionth Circle Initiative (www.millonthcircle.org) and led to her involvement at the United Nations. The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology presented her the Demeter Award for her lifetime achievement in women's spirituality. She currently maintains a private practice in Mill Valley.
Published by Mango Media 2014 | 251 pages | 5.6 in x 8.7 in | ISBN 9781573245913