I am a voracious reader, and I hope this list brings inspiration to you.


Right now (the ever-expanding list, updated frequently)

"Slow Sex: The Path To Fulfilling And Sustainable Sexuality" by Diana Richardson

"Mudra: The Sacred Secret" by Indu Arora

"Boundaries and Protection" by Pixie Lighthorse

"What Makes Love Last: How To Build Trust And Avoid Betrayal" by John Gottman, Ph.D. and Nan Silver

"Yogini: Unfolding The Goddess Within" by Shambhavi Lorain Chopra

"Chakras And Their Archetypes: Uniting Energy Awareness And Spiritual Growth" by Ambika Wauters

"Ayurveda Textbook, vol. 1" by Dr. Vasant Lad


"Yoga Mind, Body & Spirit" by Donna Farhi

"Moving Inward: The Journey To Meditation" by Rolf Sovik

"The Secret Life of Babies: How Our Prebirth And Birth Experiences Shape Our World" by Mia Kalef

"Mothering From Your Center" and "Wild Feminine" by Tami Lynn Kent

"Autobiography of Red" by Anne Carson

"Odes" by Sharon Olds

All books by Jeannette Winterson, especially "Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?" and "G.U.T. Symmetries"

"Tantric Yoga And The Wisdom Goddesses" and "Yoga And Ayurveda" by David Frawley

"Spritual Midwifery" by Ina May Gaskin

"Tao Te Ching: An Authentic Taoist Translation" by John Bright-Fey

"In An Unspoken Voice" by Peter Levine

"The Left Hand of Darkness" by Ursula K. LeGuin

"Dance, Dance, Dance" by Haruki Murakami

"The Faraway Nearby" by Rebecca Solnit

"Awakening Shakti" by Sally Kempton

"Awakening To The Sacred" by Lama Surya Das


SwatiJr - Jyotish, Dharma Coaching, Grief Support, and Expressive Arts Rituals


Alex Auder - No bulls*** yoga, Vedanta, and life
Katie Silcox - Feminine Form Yoga and Ayurveda (connect with me if you are interested in Ayurveda training)
Kimberly Ann Johnson - STREAM (Scar Tissue Remediation, Education, and Management) bodywork and dynamic re-education for all women, postpartum bodies, and those seeking sexual autonomy
Innate Traditions / Rachelle Garcia Seliga - Postpartum re-education, resources and training


Alpha Channeling - erotic artwork, not for the faint of heart