Jiddu Krishnamurti - Breakthrough to Freedom (Einbruch in die Freiheit)
Rudolf Steiner - Insights into higher worlds (Wie man Erkenntnisse in höhere Welten erlangt)
Ramana Maharshi - Be as you are
currently on top in my ebook reader rotation:
Schopenhauer - World as will
Piero Ferruci - Become what you are (Psychosynthese)
Osho - The organge book (Meditations)
Parkyn Chetan - human design (a weird typology)
Nisargadatta Maharaj - I Am That
Getting to Commitment: Overcoming the 8 Greatest Obstacles to Lasting Connection (And Finding the Courage to Love) by Steven Carter. Yes, I totally admit to being a commitment phobe but it's something I'm working through with my great boyfriend.
On Certainty by Ludwig Wittgenstein. I'm still trying to understand Wittgenstein. He's really God damn cryptic. I admit that I can't make sense of him just reading the work on its own. I've only read Tractatus along with this. He's difficult for me to understand. But I find stuff like logical space really interesting and the connection between some of the stuff he talks about to computer vision is pretty neato.
Analyzing English Sentences: A Minimalist Approach by Andrew Radford. I'm still trying to finish this textbook. First foray into syntactic theory. I know, I must be like the last person on the planet to study this. It's really dry but it seemed the most readable of the options available.
The Secrets of Married Women.
50 Shades Trilogy.
The Lives, Loves and Deaths of Splendidly Unreasonable Inventors.
“I made you take time to look at what I saw and when you took time to really notice my flower, you hung all your associations with flowers on my flower and you write about my flower as if I think and see what you think and see—and I don't.”
― Georgia O'Keeffe