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A Soulful Life in an Unsettled World

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Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church

2331 East Adams Street

Tucson, AZ 85719

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We need to live our own deep and creative lives in troubled times and also do our part to improve society.

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Many people are anxious today about the unsettled nature of the world. They can’t sleep and some don’t want to bring children into this world. We need to live our own deep and creative lives in troubled times and also do our part to improve society. One important step for individuals is to be eccentricity and not participate fully in the values and styles of contemporary life, which obviously is moving in an unhealthy direction. We can also adopt a way of life that fosters inner richness and security. A good model is C. G. Jung, who shows how to use images and the methods of magic to live from a deep place. Jung’s way of dealing with the deep and hidden realm, demonstrated in his home, his studies in alchemy, and in the Red Book involve natural magic and guidance from the imaginal realm. He speaks of daimon and anima as guiding figures who help shape our lives around the richness and depth of soul.

Thomas Moore is the author of the number one New York Times bestseller Care of the Soul and twenty-five other books about bringing soul to personal life and culture. He has a Ph.D. in Religious Studies from Syracuse University and taught religion and psychology at universities. He is also a psychotherapist influenced mainly by C. G. Jung and James Hillman. As a depth theologian, he has published his four-volume translation of the New Testament Gospels, Writing in the Sand: Jesus Spirituality and the Soul of the Gospels, and The Soul of Christmas. His most recent book is Ageless Soul. He often lectures for Jung societies, medical organizations and churches.

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