Rabbi Rami talks to Spirituality & Health magazine's columnist Thomas Moore about the shift from organized religion to customizing spiritual beliefs, the importance of community, and learning from tradition.
Thomas Moore is the author of Care of the Soul and twenty other books on soul, mythology, spirituality, medicine, sexuality and psychotherapy. He was a monk in his youth and has been a psychotherapist for almost forty years. He lectures widely, often teaches psychiatristss and clergy, and writes book chapters, blogs and columns. He has a special tie to Ireland and has been a classical musician almost all his life. His wife Hari Kirin is a yoga teacher trainer and his daughter Ajeet is a recording and touring spiritual singer. His stepson is an architect. For more information visit careofthesoul.net.