Well, I've got the reading part down pat. I've been pouring through books on Quantum physics and implications for interconnections in the macro world. Pretty fascinating stuff, but, so far, hasn't lead to much writing.
I've been gathering this stuff in my blog The Way of Nature, where I'm searching for a Way for our time and place, a compilation of te many philosophies that I've come to know over time.
Oddly enough, this all goes along with quantum physics, which demonstrates that what we think of as "The Universe" is actually Universes, and what we think of as discrete physical things, separated from every other things, from quarks to galaxies, are interconnected and indistinguishable one from another. When one plucks a flower, one really does trouble a star.
This, of course, is totally incompatible with the macro world we experience in the here and now, the world of cause and effect. Even so, it's more real than my fingers on this keyboard and the scintillating electrons that appear on the screen before me.
Yes, it's weird, and it's life.