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Sunday, January 28, 2007

The worth of work and the alchemy of change is accepting pre-publication orders for Thomas Moore’s newest hardcover book, The Worth of Our Work: Feeling Stuck, Finding Purpose, and the Alchemy of Profound Change. The working title of this new book was Finding Your Life’s Work. Morgan Road Books, with its intertwined M logo resembling a Celtic knot, is a Random House imprint. According to the Morgan Road Books site:
"We want to bring you the most reliable experts, the clearest thinking and the best writing in these areas. Our hope is that these books will get us all to stop and re-examine why we think the way we think, why we live the way we live, and it's our belief that this process of examination will foster and promote a culture of intellectual inquiry and personal fulfillment. In the best of all possible worlds, Morgan Road's books will be books to live by."
The Worth of Our Work:
Feeling Stuck, Finding Purpose, and the Alchemy
of Profound Change
by Thomas Moore
Hardcover: 288 pages
List Price: $24.95 (U.S.)
Publisher: Morgan Road Books
Available: September 11, 2007
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0767922522
ISBN-13: 978-0767922524

Saturday, January 13, 2007

Moore speaks in Gainsville on 22 January 2007

Thomas Moore will visit the University of Florida, in Gainesville, for one day on Monday 22 January 2007 and that evening at 7:30 pm, he will give a public talk in the HPNP (Health Professions, Nursing & Pharmacy) Auditorium. The auditorium is at the University of Florida Medical Center in the HPNP Building. A link to a campus map is provided with the notice of Moore's talk: "Healing Body, Soul and Spirit." This event is free and open to the public. Moore's visit is sponsored by the University of Florida's Center for Spirituality and Health.

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Plan to spend August 6 - 10, 2007 on Cape Cod

The New England Educational Institute (NEEI) has posted the 2007 outline for Thomas Moore’s summer symposium on Cape Cod, "Spirituality and Care of the Soul in Psychotherapy" to be held August 6 - 10, 2007. Attendees have a wonderful opportunity to participate in morning classes and explore the Cape during the afternoons and evenings of this week-long workshop. A social event is usually arranged by NEEI during which participants can talk with Moore in a more informal setting. The host property for this summer’s symposia is the Four Points by Sheraton Eastham, an excellent base from which to plot day trips to appreciate the Cape’s natural beauty. Registration for the workshop is open and information about costs, transportation, and lodging is available through the link above. We recommend you register as soon as possible because spaces fill quickly and there is an early registration discount if you book before March 1, 2007: tuition for a single workshop is $539 (U.S.).