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Thursday, October 27, 2016

For wisdom, revelation, purpose — stay empty

Thomas Moore teaches at Copper Beech Institute in West Hartford, Connecticut during the weekend of 11 November to 13 November 2016: Tapping Into the Soul’s Depths: Finding Personal Strength, Inner Guidance and Purpose Through Soulful Living. This program is open to all levels including beginners.

For the Institute’s Mindfulness Blog, Moore writes "A Faith Beyond Belief", an insightful introduction to his topic, to his own Zen Catholicism and to one of the strengths of his recent books, A Religion of One’s Own. Moore’s description of sunyata as "spiritual emptiness — not the literal idea of nothingness as understood in a negative way but a valuable kind of lack that serves the spirit" depicts his own experience — "this letting go intensifies my faith and makes me more religious."

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