The Soul's Religion by Thomas Moore
Cultivating a Profoundly Spiritual Way of Life

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In this, companion volume to his worldwide bestseller, Care of the Soul, Thomas Moore offers a way of living in this new and confusing century. Drawing on faiths front all over tile world, as well as from his own vast well of knowledge and personal experience, Moore shows its ]low religion can be used to embrace others, rather than exclude them. He helps its become comfortable with our doubts, and reveals a, liberating truth -- it is in the dark corners of the soul Chat trite faith is born. Intimate and provocative, Moore writes with the compassion of a parent and the wisdom of a trite teacher.

 

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Best-selling author and psychotherapist Thomas Moore has written numerous books on spirituality, including Writing in the Sand, Soul Mates, Life at Work, and the New York Times bestseller Care of the Soul. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Thomas has devoted his life to the study of theology, world religions, Jungian and archetypal psychology, the history of art, and world mythology. He currently lives in New Hampshire.
 
Published March 17, 2009 by HarperCollins e-books. 320 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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Scott Fitzgerald's phrase "the real dark night of the soul" to refer to anything from a short episode to an entire marriage and sees it as an invitation to spiritual cultivation, work that can be intellectual, creative or even physical, but which the monastically trained Moore tends to depict as ...

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In his bestselling Care of the Soul, Moore challenged our yearning for salvation and shyness about high culture with an epicurean approach to good living that was culled from Renaissance philosophy, mythology, literature, Jung and the works of Moore's own teacher, the brilliant ""archetypal"" psy...

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Moore's long-awaited companion volume to his popular 1992 book, Care of the Soul, delves into religion as a way of enhancing the life of the soul.

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Care of the soul never ends, however, as the soul itself is outside of time.

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