Aging is a lifelong process, a series of initiations
Aging with Soul: A Paradigm Shift with Nancy Slonim Aronie. Registration is still open. Moore draws from his new book about this theme to be published by St. Martin's Press in October 2017. His approach is outlined in this agent description of his forthcoming book, (page 13):
"Aging with Soul is a revolutionary and inspiring new book that reframes the way we imagine aging, by renowned psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author Thomas Moore.
With the international Baby Boomer population growing at unprecedented rates, Aging with Soul will give readers everywhere vital new perspective and guidance on the rich experiences and opportunities that lie ahead for all of us. We’re living, working, and engaging with the world longer than ever before in our entire human history.
And yet, as Moore points out in his new book, our society still tends to give young people all the glory, failing to recognize and nurture the tremendous resources and dazzling possibilities presented by men and women moving beyond middle age and into their older years. Moore encourages readers that it’s time to embrace a Zen-like, pure acceptance of growing older, kindling ongoing youth and vitality in both spirit and soul. While acknowledging the physical and emotional challenges of aging, Moore embraces the joy, intellectual edge, and profound self-fulfillment that can accompany our every passing year. Aging, Moore says, is a lifelong process ― a series of initiations.
Through these initiations (which actually begin quite early in adulthood), each of us, over time, can become a deeper, more enlightened, perceptive, and spiritually attuned person. Aging, he teaches, is something for us to honor, to own, and to celebrate.
Aging with Soul radically distinguishes aging from merely “growing old” ...
Aging with Soul offers suggestions for living the richest, most soulful life – which is the best way to age – nudging along readers of all ages and states in their journey towards maturity, personal development, and lifelong happiness."