Praise for the Book
“After reading this beautifully and eloquently written book, getting older seems much more
like a blessing than a curse! Thomas Moore convinces us that we age best when we embrace our
age, live agelessly, and remember every day to find the endless joy nestled inside our soul."
—Dr. Rudolph E. Tanzi, Harvard Medical School, and NYT bestselling author
“Destined to become a classic, Ageless Soul brilliantly illuminates one of life's most enduring
mysteries: ‘Why―and how―do we grow old?’ A pioneer pointing the way forward to a new
world of aging… A precious book, Ageless Soul offers a richly textured vision of how,
in Moore's own words, to 'age well.'”
— Pythia Peay, author of American Icarus
"With warmth, intimacy, and rare depth of wisdom [Moore] guides his readers through each of
[growing up’s] stages. Grounded in years of psychological research and spiritual reflection on
the human enterprise,this wonderful book lays out for us what it is to live a full and creative
life all the way to its end. This book should be read by everyone…
— Sister Joan Chittister, author of The Gift of Years
"With Ageless Soul, Thomas Moore extends a magnificent invitation to reflect, grow up with joy
and intention, and give back with an open heart."
— Marc Freedman, , founder and CEO of Encore.org and author of The Big Shift
Thomas Moore published his classic Care of the Soul in 1992 and has since written twenty-five books on spirituality, sexuality, myth, religion and depth psychology. His books have been translated into thirty languages. He has taught religious studies and psychology and has been a psychotherapist for over 30 years. He often speaks at C. G. Jung societies and has done special work consulting at major medical centers with the idea of bringing soul to medicine. He was a close friend and collaborator with James Hillman and published an anthology of Hillman’s work with extensive introductions and commentaries.
Join us for this live and intimate opportunity to engage with Thomas Moore and explore how we can continue to embody and enjoy our soul’s higher calling at any stage in life’s journey.
Praise for Thomas Moore
“I soulfully recommend it without reservation.”
— John Bradshaw, author of Homecoming
“The sincerity, intelligence and style -- so beautifully clean -- of Tom Moore’s Care of the Soul truly moved me. The book’s got strength and class and soul, and I suspect may last longer than psychology itself.”
— James Hillman, author of Re-Visioning Psychology
“This book just may help you give up the futile quest for salvation and get down to the possible task of taking care of your soul. A modest, and therefore marvelous, book about the life of the spirit.”
— Sam Keen, author of Fire in the Belly
About Thomas Moore
Thomas Moore is the author of the number one New York Times bestseller Care of the Soul. He has written twenty-four other books about bringing soul to personal life and culture, deepening spirituality, humanizing medicine, finding meaningful work, imagining sexuality with soul and doing religion in a fresh way. In his youth he was a Catholic monk and studied music composition. He has a Ph.D. in Religious Studies from Syracuse University and was a university professor for a number of years. He is also a psychotherapist influenced mainly by C. G. Jung and James Hillman. In his work he brings together spirituality, mythology, depth psychology and the arts, emphasizing the importance of images and imagination. He often travels and lectures, hoping to help create a more soulful society.