Interests

The influence of the dynamic balance of the yin and yang touches the activities in my daily life. My work keeps me busy, but I make time for travel, dining out, sports, and very diverse tastes in music, movies and books. I am curious about anything new and interesting.

Music

I chose my musing depending on the mood I am and the type of activity I am involved in. I listen from new age relaxing, meditation music to rock, disco or techno. Some favorite names: Mark Knopfler with either Dire Straits or The Nothing Hillbillies, Eric Clapton, Enya, Enigma, Alice Cooper; Montly Crue, Guns N' Roses, Bon Jovi; ATB, Tiesto; various disco bands from 90’s: C-Block, E-Type, La Bouche, Loft, and The KLF. One of my favorite musical and dance performance is “The lord of the dance”, featuring Michael Flatley.

Movies

The wonderful land that movies create captured my interests for quite some time. Many were the movies that I have watched, and difficult is to select a few titles, here they are anyway: Alexander the Great, The Godfather, The Count of Monte Cristo, Gandhi, The Matrix I, Dangerous Liaisons, Pulp Fiction, Nine and a half weeks, Seven years in Tibet, Ana and the King.

There are a few scientific movies that have had a tremendous influence upon my life. Here are a few titles: What the bleep do we know, The New Biology- Where Mind and Matter Meet by Bruce Lipton, Bruce Lipton and Rob Williams with “The Biology Of Perception and Psychology of Change” and the most talked about movie “The Secret”.

Books

Earl Nightingale said “Books have been to me what sun is for the planet earth”. I could not have said it better even myself.

A few titles I would like to mention here: As a Man Thinketh by James Allen, You 2 by Price Pritchett, Awaken Healing Light of Tao by Mantak Chia, Osho collection, Your Invisible Power by Genevieve Behrend, The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton, Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz, The Power of your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy, You Were Born Rich by Bob Proctor, Practicing the Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle.