In Soulful Conversation with Thomas Moore

Jul 11, 2021
 

Interview with Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore reminds us, "Don't take them where you think they need to be. Take them where they need to be." In this interview we discuss his latest book and how to enhance communication in difficult moments, how nature can humanise us, and how memory is one of the chief qualities of soul.
 
 
Knowing how to open up conversations in difficult times is never easy, and this can be especially so when caring for someone who is dealing with ill health, and approaching the end of life. 
 
Yesterday I had the privilege of spending time with the wonderful Thomas Moore; author of the bestselling book Care of the Soul, psychotherapist, former monk, and talented musician.
 
With my work as a End of Life Doula, coach and educator, we placed our talk within the context of helping people caring for people at the end of life. Thomas shared so many gems, so much wisdom and helpful ideas about how to enhance communication in difficult moments, how nature can humanise us, and how memory is one of the chief qualities of soul.
 
Thomas reminds us, "Don't take them where you think they need to be. Take them where they need to be."
  
While we did focus our discussion around caring for people at the end of life, there really is something here for everyone.
  
My Facebook channel is brand new and so if you could follow it as well that would be such lovely support.
  
And if you know someone whom you think would find this discussion of help, please do share this post or link.
 

Thomas's new book is:

SOUL THERAPY – THE ART AND CRAFT OF CARING CONVERSATIONS
Published by Harper One
(also available as an audio version)

His website is:
www.thomasmooresoul.com

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