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Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Soul is not about wholeness, unity or integration

The 25th anniversary edition of Care of the Soul is shipping now with a new introduction by Thomas Moore. For his column in Spirituality & Health, Moore writes "Care of the Soul, 25 Years Later" that summarizes his approach to soul care.
"I emphasized certain gifts of soul: being a real individual, having a capacity for connection and love, living intimately, having a vision, being a real person and enjoying depth, and creating from a deep place within you. Soul is also at home amid variety and diversity. It doesn’t aspire to things like wholeness, unity, and integration. It speaks in dreams and a generally poetic style of speech. It appears best in stories and meandering conversations and communing with nature."
Today Moore's daily tweet urges us to consider this need: