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Author: Thomas Moore

7 Steps to Becoming an Elder

The apprenticeship for the elder begins very young and continues over a lifetime…

Care of the Soul: The Spiritual Imagination

What is the role of imagination in matters of ultimate concern? This is one of t…

Care of the Soul: Your Highest Self

I’m always writing about depth—deep feelings, deep thoughts, deep relationships.…

Care of the Soul: The Dream of Utopia

Have you ever found yourself in a beautiful place, free from your worries, every…

No Need to Explain

The real art of being with what is is to know when to stop talking.

Care of the Soul: Angels and the Brain

There’s little room for wonder and real poetry in the mechanical metaphors we use to describe ourselves.

Care of the Soul: A Crack in the Sky

I live in what’s called the Monadnock region of southern New Hampshire. I have b…

Care of the Soul: Spiritual Complexes

Don't ignore or repress your complexes, instead try to befriend them

Care of the Soul: Care of the Soul, 25 Years Later

In the late 1980s, after about seven years of developing my own approach to psyc…

Care of the Soul: The Path to Utopia

If anyone thinks that the parables of Jesus are meant to be helpful moral tales,…

Care of the Soul: The Veggie Soul

When I studied medieval philosophy in college, I learned that a human being has …

Care of the Soul: The Soul Under Construction

For most of his life, my father was a plumbing instructor in a trade school and …

Care of the Soul: Spiritual Disorders

Every mental health worker knows about the DSM-V, a manual for defining disorder…

Care of the Soul: Skipping Stones

My father liked to teach his sons basic skills, like how to use a saw, tighten a…

Care of the Soul: The Place Beyond Seeking

I used to be a seeker, looking for answers to all sorts of questions, wondering …

Care of the Soul: Wherever I Turn, You Are There

A striking image from the late Renaissance shows a bald human head with a huge e…

Care of the Soul: Happy Accidents

In telling the story of the Bollingen Stone, the large boulder he installed as a…

Care of the Soul: This Fractured, Heavenly World

I disappoint many people, and sometimes myself, by not being more obviously spir…

Care of the Soul: Reclaim Your Spiritual Growth

When I was just turning 40, I went through some painful changes in my life, and …

Care of the Soul: A Chapel of One's Own

Instead of going off to a monastery, you can bring the monastery to the secular …

A Faith Beyond Belief

Around the world, people tell stories of Nasrudin, a sometimes bumbling and ofte…

Care of the Soul: Joyfully Adrift

Maybe, as we become more soulful, we drift into reality rather than away from it.

An Ancient, Divine Feminism

 Like the Greeks before them, the ancient Romans could sense the spirit in …

Searching for Nymphs: The Power of Belief

When I was a child, every summer I would visit the family farm in upstate New Yo…

A Beautiful Distortion

One year, my wife and I attended several plays in the Fringe Festival in Du…

Ancient Goddess Archetype: Are You a Modern-Day Artemis?

The Greeks built temples and altars to gods and goddesses that today we might se…

Are You the Author of Your Life’s Story?

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a problem with authority. When I’m stopp…

The Spiritual Practice of Study

In my spiritual life, study is perhaps my most important practice.

Men Who Are Fathers

In a few months, God willing, my father will turn 100. He has always lived his r…

Shades of Truth

A few years ago I was giving a talk in a church near my home. During the questio…

Transmogrifying the Gospels

As I was studying the Gospels for my latest book, Writing in the Sand, I came ac…

How to Empty Your Head

For years now I have been telling audiences about my alternative to higher educa…

Teaching What Matters

When I was in graduate school, I was fascinated by a play by Eugene Ionesco call…

Yoga and Tea

As long as I’ve been married to a yoga teacher, I’ve had trouble keeping milk in…

The Door Ajar

I had a dream the other night in which I found myself in the house where I grew …

Care of the Soul: Mega-Soul

I had an unusually enjoyable afternoon recently, lying on the floor in front of …

A Mind-Altering Message

One of the key words in the New Testament is metanoia, usually translated as "re…

Being a Spiritual Person

Recently I was listening to my friend Satish Kumar being interviewed on the BBC.…

Thomas Moore is the New York Times best-selling author of Care of the Soul, as well as many other books on deepening soul and cultivating a mature spiritual life, three of which have received the Books for a Better Life Award. At turns he has been a monk, a musician, a university professor, a psychotherapist, and an S&H columnist. 

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