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Saturday, March 18, 2017

List affirms global spiritual contribution in 2017

Watkins Books includes Thomas Moore on its "Watkins’ Spiritual 100 List for 2017" at no. 42. It considers several factors when compiling the list.
Three main criteria are:
1) The person has to be alive as of January 1st, 2017;
2) The person has to have made a unique and spiritual contribution on a global scale;
3) The person is frequently searched online, appears in Nielsen Data, has a Wikipedia page, and is actively talked about throughout the Internet. ... "Ultimately, this list is meant to celebrate the positive influence of today’s spiritual teachers."

Barque coverage
11 July 2016 "Moore high on list of spiritually influential leaders "
17 Apr 2015 "Moore's influence grows among spiritual leaders"
 8  Oct 2014 "Moore among most spiritually influential in 2014"

Friday, March 17, 2017

Moore in Watertown CT, next week for public talk

Town Times, the community newspaper serving Watertown, Oakville, Waterbury's Bunker Hill, Thomaston and Northfield, Connecticut, publishes "St. Mary’s Hospital offers free community lecture" about Thomas Moore's presentation Reviving the Soul in a Mechanical Age on Thursday 23 March 2017, starting at 6:00 p.m. — "With a sense of soul in the midst of challenging times, all of us may find creative lives for healing and recovery."

According to this article, "The presentation is part of St. Mary’s annual St. Joseph’s Day celebration in honor of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Chambery, the hospital’s founding order and a continued presence at the hospital for more than 100 years." Register online or call (203)709-3312.

Monday, March 13, 2017

GOSPEL The Book of Mark in bookstores now

Read a description and buying options at SkyLight Paths Publishing.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Listen to Moore talk about ordinary natural magic

Thomas Moore is the guest on The Science of Magic program with Gwilda Wiyala, 9 March 2017. During the hour Moore talks about:
– Evoking the divine
– Differentiating between spirit and soul
– Learning the gospels
– Reinterpreting hamartia
– Shifting from moralism to morality
– Cultivating a religious attitude toward life
– Experiencing beauty
– Feeling nature as an opening for spirituality
Jump to the 12:20 minute mark for Moore's beginning.

According to the Science of Magic site, "By bringing together seemingly divergent practices of science and magic, and applying them to leading edge subject matter, we can uncover a more expansive and evolutionary truth. The Science of Magic Radio, hosted by Gwilda Wiyaka, is a syndicated radio program, dedicated to combining the science and magic of today’s dynamic and controversial topics to co-create new solutions and promote evolutionary thinking."

Thursday, March 09, 2017

How do we work creatively and relate lovingly?

"Care of the soul is a process that unveils 
the deep originality of a life and personality."

The First Presbyterian Church in the City of New York hosts Thomas Moore for Care of the Soul: A Special Workshop, Saturday 29 April, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Telephone 212 675-6150 for details.
fpcnyc@fpcnyc.org

The First Presbyterian Church in the City of New York
12 West 12th Street at Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10011

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Moore offers free public talk in Waterbury, CT

Saint Mary's Hospital in Waterbury CT hosts Thomas Moore's free public talk "Reviving the Soul in a Mechanical Age" on Thursday 23 March, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium.
"Our age of technological invention is amazing in its imagination, ingenuity and the comforts it provides. It could even be the impetus for a deep cultural renaissance and spiritual evolution. But as of now, it has become stuck, fixated at the machine level. 
Not yet have we freed the human soul to raise happy children, enjoy deeply fulfilling marriages, or create an approach to work that is humanizing. Not yet have we found solutions to violence. We need new and serious attention to values, well-being and needs of the soul, and we need it in education, politics, medicine, city planning — in every aspect of modern life."
View a flyer for this event, share its link or print it for distribution in your community.

Register online, or email or call (203) 709-3312 to register. Free parking is available in the visitor parking garage on Cole Street at Saint Mary’s Hospital.

Thursday 23 March 2017 6:00 p.m.
Saint Mary's Hospital
Auditorium
56 Franklin Street
Waterbury, CT

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

Find rituals that inspire you to transcend yourself


Thomas Moore changes direction in his column "Your Highest Self" in the January-February 2017 issue of Spirituality & Health magazine. He looks up.
"The profound ancient Greek philosopher Herakleitos once wrote: 'The way up and the way down are one and the same.' But what does this mean? Perhaps that it’s necessary to go both up and down, or that you discover the same mystery upward or downward. Maybe we shouldn’t make such a distinction between ascending and going deep. 
A clue may be hidden in the very old document known as the Emerald Tablet, used by alchemists and others. This is a long, mysterious statement often summarized to mean 'as above, so below.' The world we discover in our highest meditations is reflected in the realm of ordinary life or deep in our psyche. The Christian theologian Origen said, 'We all have a sky within.'" 
On the weekend of 23-25 June 2017, Moore offers his program, Developing Your Highest Self: Making the Spiritual Life Real and Personal at Kripalu Center near Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Register now.