Connie Zweig, Ph.D., is a Jungian psychotherapist who specializes in shadow-work, as well as creative and spiritual issues. The former executive editor of J. P. Tarcher, Inc., she has written for Esquire, Omni, the Los Angeles Times, the Christian Science Monitor, Psychology Today, and Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture. She is coeditor of the bestselling collected volume Meeting the Shadow: The Hidden Power of the Dark Side of Human Nature and founder of The Institute for Shadow-work and Spiritual Psychology in the Los Angeles area.
Steve Wolf, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist, developed shadow-work as an integration of twenty-five years of experience with psychology, mysticism, martial arts, and storytelling. He has held trainings in corporations, schools, and prisons and offers ongoing workshops and individual and couples psychotherapy. He lives with his wife and son and maintains his therapy practice in Los Angeles.
"This book is a great help to anyone trying to tune in and listen
to the voice of the soul. At last, a practical mysticism!"
Poet-translator of The Essential Rumi
"A compelling, evocative book that brilliantly elucidates the
shadow in straightforward language. Shadow-work is our greatest
challenge to becoming a global village."
Author of Dancing in the Flames:
The Dark Goddess in the Transforming Consciousness "A consummate and timely work . . . An exciting entry into the growing literature on the dark side of the soul. There is deep wisdom and nourishment here."
--New Age Journal "Romancing the Shadow enables you to peel away the layers of your soul and get in touch with the purity of Being that lies within you."
Author of Seven Spiritual Laws of Success
and A Path to Love