Wiser than we Know
An exploration of the human form and how our possibilities of movement and action connect with how we see and think and behave.
Diary of an old Innkeeper
A year of loss and renewal, on a pilgrim path in south-west Scotland, during which an old man meets weather, friends old and new, and himself.
Butterfly on a Breeze
Survivors of an earthquake and tsunami find each other through the trauma of destruction and the pain of new growth.
Download in .pdf form
The Song that Sings the Bird
A play about what happens in a Christmas refuge for people with no home when a young girl goes into labour. How will this community of strangers respond?
For any other contact, please direct emails to dearchristo [at] gmail [dot] com.
Keep me informed when book is published. Any trade discount or just a print-on-demand without any discounts.
It is no doubt very different from a mainstream book on Alexander’s Technique.
I first heard of it from a novel I was reading in adolescence by Aldous Huxley.
Best wishes, Wain
hello Bob; good to hear from you again. Also inspiring to see you are still being creative. I need a bit more time to read through and digest before I feel able to make a sensible comment, but at a glance it all appears a wonderful approach to the ‘human mystery’. I’m happy to have the book as a link on our web-site if you think this is appropriate. Let me know. Meanwhile, best wishes with the launch and further developments of the project. warm Regards, Boris.
Thanks for writing this, I am deeply moved. I am so appreciative of finding someone already exploring the relationship of the anthroposophical perspective and the Technique. I am training to teach with Tommy Thompson, and attempt to live a three-fold life. After many years I now understand a few ideas of Steiner’s, I am passionate about gardening in conscious co-creation with nature’s intelligence. I’d love to correspond if you have time. I look forward to reading more here. Thank you.