Everything I take in is food for my mind/body. What I take in, combined with how I relate to it, influences how it is digested and nourishes me. This is true for air, food, surroundings, conversations/relationships, reading, music and more.
- Comfortable with Uncertainty
Pema Chodron. Excellent anthology of mind training reminders. Very powerful.
- The Path of the Human Being
Genpo Roshi. Deep and profound, as well as simple as it is from direct and lived experience.
- The Essential Ken Wilber
Ken Wilber. I have read most of his books, and this one is a good highlight refresher.
- Wild Fermentation
Sandor Ellix Katz. Wonderful book on just that.
- The Mustard Book
Jan Roberts-Dominguez. Made a wonderful garlic mustard from a recipe from this book.
- Books on monasticism/monasteries in different traditions
- Books on anthroposophical architecture and communities, and intentional communities in general
- The Guardian
- NY Times
- Google News
- NRK, Dagsavisen, Klassekampen, Morgenbladet (Norwegian sources)
- And much more (Al Jazeera, Common Dreams, IndyMedia, Christian Science Monitor, Yes! etc)
Weekly classes, daily application of principles, daily self-breema and/or bodywork
- Good local food
- Music – Marin Marais, Philip Glass, Meredith Monk, Axiom of Choice, Jan Garbarek, Mari Boine, Sister Marie Keyrouz, Stereolab, William Eaton, etc.
- Movies – Monsieur Ibrahim, Marooned in Iraq, Baraka, What the Bleep, Hijacking Catastrophe, etc.