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Monday, May 12, 2008

Thomas Moore talks about living a soulful life

At the beginning of next month, Thomas Moore will guide a retreat at Mercy Center at Madison in Connecticut. A summer mansion had grown to 116 interconnecting rooms when acquired by the Sisters of Mercy of Connecticut over half a century ago. The retreat centre has 33 acres of ocean front property with more than 45 different species of trees. It offers a private beach, outdoor gardens, and the Seaside Meditation Room and Chapel to help visitors "feel welcomed, safe and peaceful..."

The description of Thomas Moore’s program, "Living a Soulful Life," June 1 to June 3, 2008 includes:
"A soulful life is one that is connected, forgiving and trusting, creative, spiritually sophisticated, and deeply grounded. The goal is not a life that is perfect and healthy, but one that is rich and interesting. An accent on the deep soul finds a place for depression, failures, dead-ends, and regrets. It respects the human struggle to make a beautiful life in a challenging world. This retreat will include presentation, discussion and ample time for individual reflection. The topics covered are designed to help you integrate your past, find meaningful work, sort out difficulties in relationship, enjoy your sexuality, and make a contribution to the world."
Call the centre at 203 245-0401 between 9 am and 4 pm, Monday through Friday, or email the centre, for more information about Thomas Moore’s retreat.

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