Challenge, power, ability to set limits, intensity, wild, freedom.
Lilith women know their power and do not fear self expression. They have accepted their dark side and have dared to go against the current, assuming their individual reality. They are women who rebel against authority, who know how to set limits and say “no”. Do not fear your wildest and most free side. They have penetrated the darkness and this has engendered a great vitality and creative force in their lives.
Lilith, goddess of Mesopotamian origin, is considered the first woman of Adam, before Eva. In her first relationships, Lilith refused to submit to Adam and how he did not accept him, she decided to leave him and was punished with the exile of Eden. Many feminist circles pointed to her as the first feminist because of her ability to confront patriarchy with rebellion. Lilith is also considered goddess of the shadow, representing the world of the unknown and the unconscious. In ancient sculptures Lilith appears represented with owl or owl wings showing this instinctive and wild part of the woman, her dominion and fierceness.