Thomas Moore

Working For Your Soul with Thomas Moore, Ph.D.

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Program Description

If you’re feeling frustrated and exhausted by the way you make your living, or just have a gnawing question about whether something better might be waiting around the bend, Thomas Moore may have a solution for you. He says, “If your life is going along in a complete, unbroken straight line, it’s pretty hard to make a move in another direction. It’s when those breaks come along, where things don’t work out, and suddenly you’re left nowhere, not knowing which direction to go next; those can be very creative moments, simply because you have some space to make a move.” In this engaging conversation with an old friend, Care of the Soul author Thomas Moore explores how we care for our souls through the work we do. He points to unexpected signs that it might be time to reexamine your career choice, and offers reassurance with stories of how he and others have come through crises on the job to find fulfillment they never knew was lacking. If you’re feeling frustrated and exhausted by the way you make your living, or just have a gnawing question about whether something better might be waiting around the bend, Thomas Moore may have a solution for you. (hosted by Michael Toms)

Bio

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.

He’s the author of:

To learn more about Thomas Moore’s work go to www.careofthesoul.net.

Topics explored in this dialogue include:

  • Why moving up the corporate ladder can be bad for your soul
  • Why you might not trust your intuition
  • What your relationships at home can tell you about the quality of your work
  • How you can deal with a boss who overuses his or her power
  • Why a terrible job might be the best thing that ever happened to you
  • How times of chaos can give you the space you need to make a creative move

Host: Michael Toms              Interview Date: 3/6/2008                         Program Number: 3246        

Music Playlist:

From Album: Amber
Artist: Michael Jones and David Darling
1987 Narada #CD-61014

Opening Essay: Track 02 Sunshine Canyon
Music Break 1: Track 06 Dreamlight
Music Break 2: Track 05 After the Sun
Music Break 3: Track 01 Rainfall

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