Reading Bonding, A Somatic-Emotional Approach to Transference, by Stanley Keleman. He is a somatic emotional therapist. I had only a second to talk to him before he got off the train, but, as I understand it, somatic emotional therapy is about the relationship between thoughts and they way we move our body. Here's an article that talks about the author's philosophy.

His favorite book of all time--Listen, Little Man, by Wilhelm Reich. From the website I linked to-- "The book is Reich's warning to the common man in all societies that he, the little, average man, is lethally responsible for the rapidly spreading social cancer of fascism."

My Sudoku-doing seat partner told me that he's reading a book by James Clavell.