By L. Putnam
If you want to get to the heart of soul care you must get to its roots, and you must actually look into these teachers and all of their colleagues, and associates; all of their quotes and notes; and all of their writings. You must intentionally become a “Soul Care Berean!” Yes, you must ask: Are these things really so? Are these things Biblical, man-centered, or even downright pagan?
Soul Care Synopsis:
But before going any further a very good place to begin your soul care research would be with this Lighthouse Trails Ministries article: “Soul Care: New Term, Same Ol’ Contemplative Thing.” Here you can find the answer to “soul care from where?” Here you can read a definition of what soul care entails; and that it’s connected to “spiritual formation, spiritual direction and directors.” Here you can learn more of what’s at the core of “soul care.” Lastly, you can check out more sites for further information.
Care of the Soul Father: Thomas Moore
In order to get to the heart and soul of “soul care” one must become acquainted with psychotherapist Thomas Moore, author of the national bestseller Care of the Soul (1992) which, some say, began a refocus on the soul. Former monk Moore, archetypal psychologist, mythologist, imagination teacher, theologian, musician, philosopher, author, lecturer, columnist, and advisor himself was mentored by his close friend and Jungian archetypal psychologist James Hillman. He also an affinity for his colleague New Ager Robert Sardello. Click here to continue reading.