Anything on the connection between movement and the development of
capacities for relationship and creativity. Like Anatomy,
Neurology... Muscle coordination repatterning.
The works of Bonnie Cohen Bainbridge are of greatest interest to me
currently, in this area.
The writings of Temple Grandin, and other materials on the
relationship of people to animals and to nature in the sensory
awareness and communication aspects.
Any materials or people that I can learn
about life sciences and sustainable
living from: Human Power Machines, Yurt
, Understanding Frequencies,
or pH, or math.
The last three which I wish i could get a clue about, but remain
extremely frustrated with the explanations I find online.
"The Nature of Substance, Spirit and Matter", by Rudolf
is giving me a bit of help, and a fresh look.
"The Biology of Belief", by Bruce H. Lipton echo's my world view
quite a bit.
And I would love to find the time to finish reading "Sacred
Economics", by Charles Eisenstein.
Oh, yeah... and what do I read for fun, you may wonder?
This IS fun too me. : )