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Sunday, June 29, 2014

Share a weekend with Thomas Moore in Santa Fe

Thomas Moore presents his weekend symposium Psychotherapy Spirituality and the Soul in Santa Fe, New Mexico from Friday 24 October to Sunday 26 October 2014 under the auspices of the New England Educational Institute.

Individual Registrations Postmarked by July 23, 2014: $539
Individual Registrations Postmarked after July 23, 2014: $589

Register online now.

  • Jung’s confrontation with his soul, his RedBook, filmed interviews with Jung, Jung the magus and alchemist
  • James Hillman’s polytheistic psychology
  • The role of images and myth
  • Archetypal psychotherapy
  • The soul of the world
  • The Thought of the Heart 
  • Myths for the psychotherapist: Aphrodite, Artemis, Daphne, Asklepios
  • Hermes (Winnicott, Pedraza), 
  • Joseph Campbell 
  • The Healing Buddha, Quan Yin, Jesus, Lao Tzu and Sufi poets
  • Deep intuition and divination
  • The therapist’s persona and way of life
  • Home, family and marriage
  • How to become a soul and spirit oriented therapist
  • The therapist’s shadow and care of the therapist’s soul

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Learn to see everything in a sacred manner

Thomas Moore’s column, ”This Fractured, Heavenly World”, in the May-June issue of Spirituality & Health describes his attempts to “… live this profound, paradoxical insight that the sacred and the mundane share the same space. My goal is to have no distinction between the spiritual and the secular in my life and person. I don’t want anyone to look at me and say, he’s a very spiritual person. And yet, I long for the most mystical and sacred manner of life I can imagine. I stand in the lake of this world and drink in all the divinity that keeps it moist and nourishing.”

Moore recommends, "A sacred vision is something you win through deep initiations, painful endurance of illness and setbacks, and a willingness to take life on rather than avoid it. You learn it from the great masters like Black Elk and Meister Eckhart and the Sufi poets and the interpreters of kabbalah. You model your life on someone like Saint Francis of Assisi or Julian of Norwich. You devote your life to spiritual learning, but you give your heart to ordinary life and the world of the senses."

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Moore in Wilmington, Delaware this November

Scroll either linked page for Community for Integrated Learning (CIL) or Awakened Heart Spiritual Center  to register for Thomas Moore’s weekend workshop, A Religion of One’s Own, on Friday 21 November and Saturday 22 November, 2014 in Wilmington, Delaware.

Community Hall
Westminster Presbyterian Church  
1502 W. 13th St.
(Pennsylvania Ave at Rodney St.),
Wilmington, Delaware 19806

Friday: 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (lunch on your own)

Friday night only $25 (CIL members $20)
Saturday only $50 (CIL members $45)
Friday & Saturday $60 (CIL members $50)

Map & Registration Form