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Thomas Moore describes soul as the part of us that wants a rich, full experience of everyday life. That concept may not seem very radical in itself, but startling ideas follow from his wide classical scholarship and experience as a psychotherapist. He tells us, for instance, why it's more important to live artfully than healthfully; that the soul doesn't seek explanations and solutions so much as poetry and paradox; that the soul naturally loves money and we don't need to deny our craving for it. Moore challenges many traditional concepts of fulfillment in human life to bring us an exciting new understanding of psychology, ecology, livelihood and what it means to be alive and human. (hosted by Michael Toms)
Thomas Moore, Ph.D. was a monk for twelve years, a university professor. He is a musician and a psychotherapist and lectures widely on holistic medicine, spirituality, psychotherapy, and the arts. He has a Ph.D. in religion from Syracuse University.
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To learn more about Thomas Moore’s work go to www.careofthesoul.net.
Host: Michael Toms Interview Date: 5/19/1992 Program Number: 2331
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