Podcast 1022: The Eloquence of Silence: Surprising Wisdom in Tales of Emptiness with Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore, is a returning guest in Inside Personal Growth. This time she joins me to discuss his new book entitled “The Eloquence of Silence: Surprising Wisdom in Tales of Emptiness.”

In this interview, Thomas once again proves that he is an author of meaning and significance.  In his latest book, “The Eloquence of Silence: Surprising Wisdom in Tales of Emptiness,” he talks about appreciation of the quiet spaciousness in our world, a sense of the sacredness and endless depth of each human life and embracing emptiness with  compassion and insight.

If you want to learn more about emptiness, finding calm and lighter way of moving through life and caring for the soul,  then you would want to listen to this podcast with Thomas.

To know more about Thomas Moore, his online courses and his books, please click here to visit his website.

I hope you enjoy wonderful and informative interview with author Thomas Moore


With compassion and insight, Thomas Moore offers a compelling case for an easier, lighter way of moving through life by experiencing the peace, calm, and openness of emptiness. Through ancient and modern stories, Moore gently shows that our constant multitasking may not be getting us anywhere, and that emptiness is not a lack but an invitation that can be our greatest teacher. A daily awareness and appreciation of the quiet spaciousness in our world and our own lives is not a retreat from reality but a rich and full welcome to all that is most meaningful and real.



Thomas Moore is the author of Care of the Soul, a bestseller on the New York Times list for almost a year. Since then he has written thirty books on soul, spirituality, and depth psychology and has traveled the world teaching and speaking, recently in Rome, Brazil, Argentina, Romania, Malta, Russia, Serbia, the United States, and Canada. In those years he has also been a psychotherapist influenced mainly by C. G. Jung and James Hillman, his close friend for four decades. Thomas’s most recent book is Soul Therapy. He is also a musician and a father and husband in a remarkably creative family that includes artist Joan Hanley, musician Siobhán Moore (aka Ajeet, shown here), and architect Abraham Bendheim.

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