Here are some resources I've explored or mentioned on the podcast that have been so good. I hope they can do the same for you too.
Past guest Sleeping At Last is working on Atlas 2 but in the meantime you can get his previous work to properly build your collection. He started with the universe and planets and song by song he is working down into relationships and personality.
Past guest and musician Joe Pug's latest album Windfall is a gem and contains so much great song writing as his past records. Joe is great at connected us to the tensions and paradoxes of life.
Past guest Brian McLaren was able to talk about this book on the podcast and its an insightful read, particularly around the dangers of white theology that has led to violence all over the globe. Whether you agree or not with his personal faith movement, you will connect to your own ideas and feelings regarding love lived out that is worth your while.
I bike to work. It's an inefficient way of doing things but I love it. I don't fight traffic, I burn 1000 calories each day, I see all of Austin and one of the biggest perks is that I get to listen to tons of Audible books. Each day affords me 1.5 hours of listening to a book that gets me thinking, feeling, dreaming and creating.
Try Audible out for free for 30 days and get your first book at no cost! Cancel at any time and keep your book. This is a great resource for those wanting to grow or get unstuck!
I had the privilege of hearing author Chris Heuertz speak in Laity Lodge last year on the enneagram and he is rich in wisdom and insight. Pick up this book if you are interested in how the enneagram connects to your spirituality.