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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Moore writes about three recommended books

Today Thomas Moore adds his blog post, Suggested Reading to his redesigned site He recommends three books that are meaningful to him and that he imagines may interest his readers.

Read Moore's post about these three and add your reflections in the Comments section at the bottom of the entry.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Moore delivers memorial lecture, Greenwich CT

The Cardiovascular Department at Greenwich Hospital, an affiliate of the Yale New Haven Health System hosts Thomas Moore at a free public lecture as part of its annual Bob Rosum Memorial Lecture Series. Moore delivers his address, Your Physical, Spiritual & Emotional Health at Greenwich Library on 16 November 2011 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Scroll down this linked page for the hospital's description of Moore's public appearance. Reservation information is available 24 October 2011.

Greenwich Library
101 W. Putnam Ave.
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
Location map

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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Let's create a more soulful world together now

"I think it's painfully clear to everyone that our new century has not yet moved in the direction of being a more soulful time. We have to keep working at this idea until it really influences the culture. So, please join me in a substantive conversation about these important ideas on my web site and in person. I keep traveling, and I ask you to come out and be with me."
— Thomas Moore, August 2011 Newsletter

Thomas Moore distributes his August 2011 Newsletter with updates about his new blog and travel plans. Moore's site is redesigned with a new Book page and a Store feature that soon will offer a Care of the Soul app. Read this month's newsletter, Healing Body, Soul & Spirit to see if there is a Moore event scheduled near you.

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Friday, August 19, 2011

A single thread may run through a life's work

Lauren Mackler interviews Thomas Moore on her 15 August 2011 episode of Life Keys with Contact Talk Radio. Listen to the interview now: Visit the linked page and click on "Discovering What You were Born to Do" on the left side to download this 56 minute mp3 file. Moore talks about his own work experience and responds to questions about helping others while referring to his book A Life at Work: The Joy of Discovering What You were Born to Do. Moore describes actions that may indicate misalignment and when asked about spirituality and work, he suggests that a large spiritual vision may help with day-to-day job frustrations.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Hay House offers excerpts from Moore's books

Publisher Hay House's site Heal Your Life offers excerpts from Thomas Moore's three books, Writing in the Sand (2009), Care of the Soul in Medicine (2010), and The Guru of Golf (2010). Enjoy reading these selections:

"The Guru of Golf: Life lessons from the tee
September 3, 2011 The Guru of Golf

"When Hospitals Heal: A medical building with soul"
July 25, 2011 Care of the Soul in Medicine

"Straight from the Heart: Looking beyond your garden of despair"
July 15, 2010 Writing in the Sand

"Healing the Soul of Society: The basic nutrients for spirit"
July 11, 2010 Writing in the Sand

"Life Lessons on the Green: Staying the course in golf — and in everyday life"
June 17, 2010 The Guru of Golf

"A Factory for Healing?: The quest for soulful medicine"
May 24, 2010 Care of the Soul in Medicine

"Healing Health Care: As recommended by Aristotle!"
April 22, 2010 Care of the Soul in Medicine

"The Body Has Many Souls: The metaphor of a broken heart"
April 12, 2010 Care of the Soul in Medicine

"The Day Your Thoughts Stood Still: Lessons on spiritual renewal"
August 31, 2009 Writing in the Sand

Moore speaks on Saturday 24 September 2011 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Hay House's I Can Do It! conference in London, England. Read an earlier Barque announcement about this up-coming event: THE BLUE BUDDHA: Healing Body, Soul and Spirit.


Sunday, August 07, 2011

Soul and art on Blog Talk Radio, 9 August 2011

EDITOR'S UPDATE:  Listen now to Doug Foresta's interview with Thomas Moore recorded 9 August 2011. Run time: 31:56.

Breakfree to Success host, Doug Foresta interviews Thomas Moore on Blog Talk Radio Tuesday 9 August 2011 at 4:30 p.m. Moore talks about connections between soul and art, and about how art deepens and enriches daily life.

Foresta interviewed Moore last summer on 10 July 2010 about his book, Care of the Soul in Medicine. Listen to this 28 minute interview.

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Spirituality and Care of the Soul, February 2012

The New England Educational Institute sponsors Thomas Moore's five-day symposium, Spirituality and Care of the Soul in Psychotherapy on Marco Island, Florida from 20 February to 24 February 2012:

"In this symposium, Dr. Moore will offer a way to practice therapy with a rich and positive philosophy of life while including paradoxes and challenges. Participants will explore the fundamentals of archetypal psychology and how it offers deep insight into healing. Participants will view filmed interviews of healers in order to obtain a complete picture of the qualities needed to be a healer. The “shadow” side of being a counselor or medical professional – problems of eros, power, money, belief, insecurity, and burn-out – will also be addressed."

Early Registration: Postmarked before 1 December 2011: US $499
Late Registration: Postmarked after 1 December 2011: US $575

The Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort & Spa is the host hotel. For reservations and reduced rates click here or call 1 800 445-8667 and mention the New England Educational Institute. Reservations must be made by 20 January 2012 to ensure special room rates. The NEEI site includes additional accommodation options.

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Friday, August 05, 2011

Moore posts his first blog entry on his site today

Thomas Moore introduces his new Blog with his first post, "Conversations" on his redesigned site, News? Moore shares,
"It seems I have a publisher for my translation of the Gospels. I haven’t had official notice yet, so I’ll wait a while to tell you who. I feel lifted by this development because I think that the Gospels have often been misread over the past two millennia because of bad translations."
Moore asks for feedback. Please welcome him warmly to the blogosphere. Let's keep his "Pending Approval" administrator busy.

Thursday, August 04, 2011

Moore talks at SMU Plano campus, October 2012

Southern Methodist University's Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education & Human Development hosts Thomas Moore at the Plano, Texas campus in October 2012. According to the site, "The mission of the school is to integrate theory, research and practice of education and human development; promote academic rigor and interdisciplinary collaboration; educate students for initial certification and professional practice; and nurture collaboration across the academic community." Click for a page of the School's up-coming events. Then click the gold button at the top right for the initial description of Moore's appearance. Registration information is not available yet.

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Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Join Moore, Hillman and Sardello in Dallas

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture celebrates its 30th anniversary with the 3-day program, Longing for Beauty, featuring James Hillman, Robert Sardello, and Thomas Moore along with Gail Thomas and Joanne Stroud and others from Thursday 10 November to Saturday 12 November, 2011. During dinner at the Institute on the first evening, James Hillman, Robert Sardello, and Thomas Moore talk about their work, from their collaborations in the 1980's to their current interests. This conference culminates the Institute's 30th anniversary activities by reuniting past contributors to the Institute's work and exploring the theme, "Longing for Beauty." Online registration is available. Non-members click here.

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