This timeless recording of Thomas Moore discussing the relationships between the soul and work, and money and creativity is a fitting companion to his bestselling book, Care of the Soul. As Moore says: The soul is greater than the smallness of our problems and our pasts. It is a part of our whole experience of the universe, and caring for the soul is t about introspection. Nor is it about understanding the mistakes our parents made. Moore's view of the soul helps listeners to stop obsessing about the small stuff, and instead helps frame our lives in a broader and more healthful context.Bonus audio - In A Magical Life, theologian Thomas Moore recommends a radical shift in priorities: slowing down, living with our human imperfections and designing an intimate life. Moore illuminates this important lesson in this recording by focusing on old-time magicians masters of illusion who created experiences of wonder by tapping into the less obvious, less mechanical, and less literal potencies of nature. Moore talks about how, through magic, we bring the heart into play and become more able to regard the most ordinary aspects of daily life as sacred.