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Monday, June 06, 2011

Moore presents Jesus and Buddha as healers

Hay House promotes its I Can Do It! 2011 London U.K. event, to be held the weekend of September 23 to September 25, 2011 at:
The Grand Hall,
The Grand Connnaught Rooms,
61–65 Great Queen Street,
London WC2B 5DA

Thomas Moore speaks on Saturday 24 September 2011 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
THE BLUE BUDDHA: Healing Body, Soul and Spirit
"To be a healthy person you have to care daily for the health of your soul and spirit, as well as your body. Certain spiritual and psychological illnesses affect the body and make the whole person sick. This presentation teaches you how we become ill in soul and spirit and how to care for these elements daily to keep them healthy. It also explores themes from Thomas’s latest book Care of the Soul in Medicine, about healing soul and spirit in a typical medical context.

Thomas looks at the image of Jesus as Lithargoel, the Pearl that heals, and at the Lapis Lazuli Radiant Healing Buddha, who blends health and sickness in one subtle, complex view of life. In this new direction in his work, Thomas presents a truly alternative view of illness and health.

Thomas Moore is the author of the classic bestseller Care of the Soul and twenty other books, several of them bestsellers. He has been a monk, a musician, a university professor, and, for over thirty years, a psychotherapist practicing archetypal therapy with a spiritual dimension. His books appear in over twenty languages and he lectures in several countries. For fifteen years he has taught psychiatrists and has worked closely with medical schools, hospices, and hospitals. He has won awards for his teaching and his books, including an honorary doctorate from Lesley University and a humanitarian award from Einstein Medical School. Three of his books have won the Books for a Better Life award. He considers himself a new brand of theologian and is known around the world for his work in ecology and spirituality and for his efforts to make a more soulful society."

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