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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Attend Moore's event in London on Sept. 7

St. Jame's Church, Piccadilly, London, England hosts Thomas Moore's public presentation Writing in the Sand on Monday 7 September 2009, starting at 7:00 p.m.

According to the linked promotion,
"This evening Thomas Moore uses depth psychology, mythology, and spirituality to present a faith in tune with 21st century values. Thomas finds striking new meaning in the rich stories and imagery of the Gospels, recasting Jesus not as a teacher of morals and beliefs, but as a spiritual reformer and visionary. He explains how you can “enter the kingdom” by respecting those who are not in your circle, being a healing presence in every situation, reconciling your sexuality with your spirituality, and by waking up from the cultural unconsciousness around you. Thomas also discuss the important Gospel figure of the much misunderstood Mary Magdalene. This evening offers an original and fresh look at re-imagining your spiritual life."
Online booking is available through the linked page.

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Saturday, August 08, 2009

Awakening the Imagination of Medicine, Oct. 26

Registration is open for Awakening the Imagination of Medicine, a full-day conference in East Hartford, Connecticut on Monday 26 October, featuring James Hillman, Thomas Moore, Michael Kearney, Marcus McKinney, and Sharon O'Brien. This event is restricted to 300 attendees. Cost is $50.

Moore's presentation is "Feathers, a Ladder, and a Bowl of Oil: Deepening the Practice of Medicine."

The Saint Francis Care Event Calendar entry links to an online registration form. This six-page PDF brochure outlines the conference and introduces the speakers.

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Thursday, August 06, 2009

Spirituality and Practice offers Moore excerpts

Spirituality and Practice's profile of Thomas Moore, in its Living Spiritual Teachers Project, includes a one-page quotations sampler of Moore's writing.


Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Moore shows Magritte to illustrate foolishness

At Hampstead Town Hall, Thomas Moore presents "Magritte’s Head: Our Precious Ignorance and Foolishness" on 9 September 2009, before the start of Re-vision's conference, Sacred Margins: Psychotherapy at the Interface.

"Drawing on Nicolas of Cusa’s Educated Ignorance, and Erasmus’s In Praise of Folly, Thomas Moore suggests that there is a certain way in which intellectualizing ruins life. He will show some of Magritte’s images and offer an interpretation of other classic sources, proposing the limits of the mind and the importance of playing, fooling around, and cultivating a sense of admitting to what you don’t know and can never know."

Barque posted an earlier notice of this event with payment information.

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