This week‘s recommended book is one I am reading right now – The Secret of inner Strength by Chuck Norris. What I love about his story is that it shows how even Chuck had to work hard to ‘become Chuck‘ – it’s the struggles we overcome that will shape our character and bring us closer to… Read More The Secret of inner Strength
This week’s book (series) recommendation is a very practical one, as I am currently working with it for my TaeKwonDo forms and terms studies. I absolutely adore this book series, detailing TKD techniques and forms in words and images. It was co-created by Korean Grandmaster Kim Chul-Hwan and Konstantin Gil of Germany. The series consists of… Read More TaeKwondo Perfekt
For those of you who liked early February’s book recommendation ‘Only Don’t Know ‘: Check out ‘Dropping Ashes on the Buddha, containing further Zen-teachings in the form of letters to students by Korean Master Seung Sahn. You can find a digital preview of this book here. Enjoy!
The book I am working wirh right now, on lucid dreaming and Tibetan dream yoga/meditation: Dreaming Yourself Awake – B. Alan Wallace
If you’d like to practise being comfortable with ‘not knowing’ (don’t we all?) check out ‘Only Don’t Know – a book of beautiful teachings in letter-form by Zen Master Seung Sahn. You can find a preview here
Seems apt 🙂 Filled with great advice! How to Dance Forever – Daniel Nagrin Bonus geekery: The name I chose for dance, Khalida, means ‘eternal – forever – everlasting’.
To keep with the theme of hands and feet, check out What the Foot by the brilliant Gary Ward. His work has inspired great shifts(ha) in the realm of body mechanics. Gary’s way of looking at the body as a self-correcting system by employing gentle movement in combination with alignment awareness is brilliant as well as… Read More What the Foot
A small book filled to the brim with great advice. Essentialism by Greg McKeown Also check out this related Podcast Interview by Tim Ferris. Enjoy!
A lovely book, deeply comforting, moving, and enlightening. Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach. PS: Check out this page for a treasure trove of free(!) guided meditations by Tara.
If you are interested in learning more about Myofascial trigger points (and/or would like to add Foam rolling and/or Foot reflexology to your self-care routine) be sure to check out The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook by Clair and Amber Davies. An extensive, clear, practical and useful resource. Makes great points (ha!)