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Soul Mates: Honoring the Mystery of Love and Relationship Paperback – November 4, 1994
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Annabel Temple (B.A. DPH (Cred)) Christchurch, New Zealand
S/M has helped me understand (or given a new perspective on) all relationships -- from spousal to neighbors to co-workers to friendships and family. Thomas Moore says that we should appreciate the complexities and mysteries that come with all relationships.
S/M doesnÕt offer any concrete step-by-step advice for solving relationship problems. Instead, Mr. Moore explains that every relationship is different and that everyday problems on the surface may have a deeper hidden meaning. And with this in mind, by not immediately relieving ourselves from what it is that is bothering us at the moment we may be able to understand what it is that is really troubling us if we give ourselves the time.
S/M is a great book if you are looking to better yourself, improve existing relationships, and gain insight on all relationships and life in general. I reccomend it and I believe it can help everyone understand themselves and others. --Douglas
Moore's essential theme is that change takes place not through consious effort but by subtle shifts in the imagination. You will certainly feel your imagination stretched through the many Greek myths, stories, poetry, Renaissance philosophy and his own "outrageous failures and follies."
For people who finds themselves as "pursued" or as the "pursuer", Moore's insights into the Daphne myth will provide for much rumination and fantasy. And if it's the "magic" that has been lost, the Native American Cochiti story is pure soul food. Learn of the erotic idea of love as a "menage a trois", and of Moore's surprising and hilarious 'threesome' at an art exhibition.
Moore's genius is being able to take the raw material of life and sift, separate, turn, and mash it until it becomes pure alchemical gold. It might just strike a vein in your own soul!
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Originally read his work when first published. Since then, many authors have penned their research based in either energy work, or metaphysics. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kindle Customer
I have gotten a lot out of this book - primarily confirming my own explorations of the deep, complex nature of soul in relationship - and the various parts of soul that are not... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Greg Logan
I think that the best advice one can gain from this book is to explore both the darkness and the light in love and life and see them as necessary cycles that will and must unfold. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Miroku Nemeth
I love Thomas Moore's work. This isn't my favorite of his books, but he's a remarkable author with amazing insight into the human soul and condition. Worth the read.Published 16 months ago by Risa
i really enjoyed this book, especially the story about cupid, apollo and dafney.Published 21 months ago by avs