Below I have listed some readings that have influenced my work in the following order:
  • Taoist Philosophy, Meditation, and Art
  • Contemplative Inquiry and Art Education, Therapy, and Research
  • Compassion and Care
  • Arts Based Research
  • Art Making, Meditation, and Mindfulness
  • Mindfulness
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TAOIST PHILOSOPHY, MEDITATION, AND ART

Bai, H., and Cohen, A.  (2008). Breathing qi (ch’i), following dao (tao) transforming this violence-ridden world. In C. Eppert & H. Wang (eds). Cross-Cultural Studies in Curriculum: Eastern Thought, Educational Insights, pp. 35-54.
Bolen, J.S. (1979). The tao of psychology: Synchronicity and the self. Harper & Row: New York.
Cahill J. 1985. Chinese Painting. Reprinted. Rizzoli: New York.
Cheng, François (1994)  Empty and full : the language of Chinese painting  Book  Boston: Shambhala.
Cherng, W.J. (2015). Daoist meditation: The purification of the heart method of meditation and discourse on sitting and forgetting (Zuo Wang Lun) by Si Mi Cheng Zhen. Jessica Kingsley: London.
Chieh Tzu Yuan Hua Chuan (1956).  The Mustard Seed Garden Manual of Painting. M. Sze (Trans. And Ed.) New York: Bollingen. (Originally published 1887-1888)
Chuang-tzu, ., & Hinton, D. (1998). Chuang Tzu: The Inner chapters. Washington, D.C: Counterpoint.
Chung-yuan, Chang. (1963).  Creativity and taoism: A study of Chinese philosophy, art, and poetry.  New York: Julian Press.
Cleary, T. (2000).  Taoist meditation: Methods for cultivating a healthy mind and body.  Boston: Shambala.
Culham, T. (2016). Reuniting virtue and knowledge.  ****(will need to check all page numbers for quotes because this is both an article and a book chapter - be consistent)****in Ergas, O., & Todd, S. (Eds.). (2016).
Dongfang, H. (1995). The Philosophical Origin of the Black-White System of Chinese Painting.  International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, (8) 3, pp. 453-465.  Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20007202  Accessed: 02-02-2018  
François, J. (2009).  The great image has no form, or on the nonobject through painting. J. M. Todd (Trans.)  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Franck, F. (1981). Art as a way: A return to the spiritual roots. Crossroad: New York
Furth, C., Zeitlin, J. T., & Hsiung, P. (2007).  Thinking with cases: Specialist knowledge in Chinese cultural history.  Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
Hinton, D. (2012).  Hunger mountain: A field guide to mind and landscape.  Boulder: Shambhala.
Hall, David L.: Process and Anarchy: A Taoist Vision of Creativity. Philosophy East and West, Vol. 28, No. 3 (Jul., 1978), pp. 271-285. http://www.jstor.org/stable/1398237?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents    
Hermsen, E. (1996) Person-Centered Psychology and Taoism: The Reception of Lao-tzu by Carl R. Rogers, The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 6:2, 107-125, doi: 10.1207/s15327582ijpr0602_4 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1207/s15327582ijpr0602_4
Herr, C. M. (2011).  Mutually arising abstract and actual. Kybernetes 40 (7), pp. 1030-1037.  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1VR8EnP7qP1G2uN8sd8Lw5cj4HohN7LoA
Hinton, D. (2017). I Ching: The book of change.
Hinton, D. (2012).  Hunger mountain: A field guide to mind and landscape.  Boulder: Shambhala.  
Hinton, D. (1999).  The selected poems of Po Chu-I. Translated by David Hinton.  New York: New Directions. (Pai, Chu-i, 772-846)
Ho, K. T. (2007).  The poetics of making, PhD thesis, AUT University.  Retrieved July 2018: http://aut.researchgateway.ac.nz/handle/10292/333 Hongyu Wang (2008).  The strength of the feminine, the lyrics of the Chinese woman’s self, and the power of education. In C. Eppert & H. Wang (eds). Cross-Cultural Studies in Curriculum: Eastern Thought, Educational Insights, pp. 313-333.
Jian-Jing Li.  (2014). Chinese Art in the Social Context: Unfolding the Interplay of the ‘Four Enemies’  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1VCIm6x_R0CKG8h7uHPNxdPD-iagq3Gih
Johanson, G. & Kurtz, G. (1991). Grace unfolding: Psychotherapy in the spirit of the tao-te ching.  New York: Bell Tower.  
Kohn, L. (2017).  The American transformation of Daoist cultivation.  Journal of Daoist Studies (10),  p. 179-195.  doi:10.1353/dao.2017.0010
Kohn, L. (2009).  Being at One with Heaven and Earth: The Ethical Integration of Self, Society, and Nature in Daoism. Journal of Law, Philosophy and Culture, 3 (1), pp. 365-384.  
Lao Tzu (2001). Tao te ching: The definitive edition, J. Star (trans.). New York: Tarcher.
Lao, T.  (2015). Tao te ching  D. Hinton (trans.)  Berkeley, California: Counterpoint.
Laozi, ., & Feng, G. (1986). Tao te ching. Taibei: Caves Books.
Li, X. (1998).  Becoming an intersubjective self: Teacher knowing through Chinese womenimmigrants knotting of language, poetry, and culture. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto.
Li, X. (2002). The Tao of life stories: Chinese language, poetry, and culture in education. New York: Peter Lang.
Li, X. (2007) My lived stories of poetic thinking and Taoist knowing. (In Wang, H. & Eppart, C. Eds.) Cross-Cultural Studies in Curriculum: Eastern thought, Educational Insights, New York: Lawrence Erlbaum, pp 193-206.
Li, X.(2008).  Black and white may make a rainbow: Cultural creativity from opposites.  Multicultural Perspectives 11 (3), pp. 125-131.
Moss, R. C. & Perryman, K. L. (2012).  East meets west: Integration of taoism into western therapy.   https://www.counseling.org/knowledge-center/vistas/by-year2/vistas-2012/docs/default-source/vistas/vistas_2012_article_33
History Of Early Chinese Painting Vol.2: https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.103952
Shio Sakanishi (1939/1948/1957).  The spirit of the brush: Being the outlook of Chinese painters on nature, from Eastern Chin to Five Dynasties A.D. 317-960.  London: John Murray Ltd.
Sze, M. (1959).  The way of Chinese painting: Its ideas and technique.  New York: Vintage Books. (Originally published 1956)
Towler, S. (2016). Practicing the tao te ching: 81 steps on the way. Sounds True: Boulder.
Waley, A. (1923).  Introduction to the study of Chinese Painting:  https://archive.org/details/in.gov.ignca.14709   Collection digitallibraryindia  
Watts, A. (1975).  Tao: The watercourse way.  Al Chung-Liang Huang (Col). New York: Pantheon.
Watts, 2010, AlanWatts.com podcast May 9, 2010.  Retreived Feb. 27, 2018: https://shadowproof.com/2010/05/09/mutual-arising-is-the-key-to-the-whole-thing-alan-watts-podcast-the-taoist-way-2/      
Wilhelm, R. (1962). The secret of the golden flower: A Chinese book of life (translated and explained by Richard Wilhelm with commentary by C.G. Jung. (originally published 1931)
Willis, B. (1987/2000). The tao of art: The inner meaning of chinese art and philosophy.  Lincoln, Nebraska: Authors Guild.  (Originally published 1987).
Wong, E. (1992). Cultivating stillness: A Taoist manual for transforming body and mind. Shambhala: Boston.
Wong, E. (1997). Taoism: An essential guide. Boston: Shambala. (I read the following chapters.  Others did not seem useful: 1. Shamanic Origins (3000-800BCE),  2. The Classical
Wong Wei (2006).  The selected poems of Wang Wei.  D. Hinton (trans.) New York: New Directions.
Wong, W. (1991).  The Tao of Chinese Landscape Painting.  Hong Kong: Everbest Printing.
Radford Ruether, R. (2005).  Confucianism and daoism. Integrating ecofeminism, globalization, and world religions, pp. 61-67.   Lantham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield.
Shi-yee Liu (2017).  Storytelling through Inscriptions in Nonnarrative Chinese Paintings.  Metropolitan Museum of Art - retrieved 3.17.2018 online: https://www.metmuseum.org/blogs/now-at-the-met/2017/stories-in-inscriptions
Cauvel,  Jane. The Transformative Power of Art: Li Zehou's Aesthetic Theory https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Yg0NZNqPG1nR5ZsfQ99gy4QStWEvhDsv
Stevenson, C. (1996). The Tao, social constructionism and psychiatric nursing practice and research. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 3, pp. 217-224.

CONTEMPLATIVE INQUIRY, ART EDUCATION AND THERAPY, AND RESEARCH

Allen, P. B. (2013).  Tools for mindfulness in art and writing.  In Rappaport, L., Trantham, S., Surrey, J., Chang, F., & Mullin, E. (Eds.). Mindfulness and the Arts Therapies : Theory and Practice, 51-61. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Barbezat, D. P.;Bush, M. (2014). Transformation and renewal in higher education. In  Contemplative practices in higher education: Powerful methods to transform teaching and learning, 3-20. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Bergman, C., & Duerr, M. (n.d.).  The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society.  The Tree of Contemplative Practices is a copyrighted image but website states: “You may use the tree for personal, educational, and non-commercial purposes without permission.”  (Retrieved from http://www.contemplativemind.org/practices/tree December, 8, 2017)
Bhattacharya, K. & Payne, R. (2016).  Mixing mediums, mixing selves: arts-based contemplative approaches to border crossings, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 29:9, 1100-1117, doi: 10.1080/09518398.2016.1201163
Campbell, L. H.  (2011). Holistic art education: A transformative approach to teaching art, Art Education, 64(2), 18-24.
Campbell, L., & Simmons, S., (Eds.) & National Art Education Association (2012). The heart of art education: Holistic approaches to creativity, integration, and transformation. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.
Eppert, C., Vokey, D., Nguyen, T. T. A., Bai, H. (2016).  Intercultural philosophy and the nondual wisdom of ‘basic goodness’:Implications for contemplative and transformative education. O. Ergas & S. Todd (eds.)
Eppert, C., & Hongyu Wang (2008).  Cross-Cultural Studies in Curriculum: Eastern Thought, Educational Insights ***need other info
Ergas, O., & Todd, S. (Eds.). (2016). Philosophy east / west : exploring intersections between educational and contemplative practices. Retrieved from http://ebookcentral.proquest.com Created from fsu on 2018-02-09 11:19:18. See section on Daoism and the development of virtue.
Franklin, M. (2017).  Art as contemplative practice: Expressive pathways to the self. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press.
Franklin, M. (1999). Becoming a student of oneself: Activating the witness in meditation and supervision. American Journal of Art Therapy, 38(1), 2–13. Retrieved from: http://resolver.ebscohost.com.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/openurl??sid=EBSCO%3aedswss&genre=article&issn=00074764&ISBN=&volume=38&issue=2&date=19991101&spage=67&pages=67-67&title=AMERICAN+JOURNAL+OF+ART+THERAPY&atitle=Becoming+a+student+of+oneself%3a+Activating+the+witness+in+meditation%2c+art%2c+and+super+vision.+(vol+38%2c+pg+10%2c+1999)&aulast=&id=DOI%3a&site=ftf-live
Hill, R. A. (2014). Honor the Negative Space. The Journal of Contemplative Inquiry, 1, pp. 135-140.
Miller, J. (2014).  The contemplative practitioner: Meditation in education and the workplace.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press. (Originally published 1994)
Ryder, W. (1987). The Role of Art in Self-Actualization. Art Education 40(2), 22-44.  doi: 10.2307/3193064    Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3193064
Scheffel, B. (2012).  Everywhere present yet nowhere visible: Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and dharma art at the naropa institute.  In Auther, E., & Lerner, A. (Eds). West of center: art and the counterculture experiment in America, 1965-1977, 344-359. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press; [Denver, Colo.]: Published in cooperation with the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, 2012.
Schneider, D. A., & King Keenan, E.  (2015). From Being Known in the Classroom to “Moments of Meeting”: What Intersubjectivity offers Contemplative Pedagogy. The Journal of Contemplative Inquiry, vol. 2, no. 1, pp.  Retrieved from http://journal.contemplativeinquiry.org/index.php/joci/article/view/28Seidel, J. (2014).  Meditations on Contemplative Pedagogy as Sanctuary.  The Journal of Contemplative Inquiry, 1, pp. 141-147.
Stull, O.A. (2016). Mindfulness-based art therapy: Eight session manual for clinical application and research. University of Kansas Press: Lexington.
Trungpa, C. (2008).  True perception: The path of dharma art. (J. Lief, trans.) Boston: Shambhala.
Walsh, S., Bickel, B., & Leggo, C. (2015). Arts-based and contemplative practices in research and teaching: Honoring presence. New York: Routledge.
Walsh, S. C. (2018).  Contemplative and artful openings: researching women and teaching.  New York: Routledge.  
Wilde, S. (2012).  Care in Education: Teaching with Understanding and Compassion. New York: Routledge.

COMPASSION AND CARE

Wilde, S. (2012).  Care in Education: Teaching with Understanding and Compassion. New York: Routledge.
Munro Henry, P.  (2008). Engendering Wisdom: Listening to Kuan Yin and Julian of Norwich.  In C. Eppert & H. Wang (Eds.), Cross-Cultural Studies in Curriculum: Eastern Thought, Educational Insights (pp. 207-226).  New York: Routledge.
Noddings, N. (1984).  Caring: A feminine approach to ethics and moral education.  Berkeley: University of California Press.
Gilligan, C. (1982). In a different voice: Psychological theory and women's development. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

ARTS BASED RESEARCH

Sullivan, G. (2008).  Painting as Painting as Research: Create and Critique by Graeme Sullivan pp. 240-251.  Found in: Knowles, J. G. & Cole, A. L. (2008). Handbook of the Arts in Qualitative Research:  Perspectives, Methodologies, Examples, and Issues. Thousand Oaks,
California: Sage. http://methods.sagepub.com.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/book/handbook-of-the-arts-in-qualitative-resea
de Freitas, N. (2002). Towards a de nition of studio documentation: Working tool and transparent record. New Zealand:AUT University.
Finley, S. &  Knowles, G. (1995).  Researcher as Artist/Artist as Researcher.  Qualitative Inquiry, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p 110-142.
Finley, S. (2008).  Arts-based research (J.G. Knowles, & A.L. Cole editors).  Handbook of the Arts in Qualitative Research: Perspectives, Methodologies, Examples, and Issues, pp. 72-80.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Art making, meditation, and MINDFULNESS

Azara, N. (2002). Spirit taking form: Making a spiritual practice of making art. Redwheel Press: York Beach, Maine.
Carbonetti, J. (1998). The tao of watercolor: A revolutionary approach to the practice of painting. Watson-Guptill: New York.
Ching, E.D., and Ching, K. (2007). Chi and creativity: Vital energy and your inner artist. Blue Snake Books: Berkeley.
Franck, F. The Zen of Seeing. also The Awakened Eye.
Greenhalgh, W.A. (2015). Mindfulness & the art of drawing: A creative path to awareness. Leaping Hare Press.
Greenhalgh, W.A. (2017). Stop, look, breathe, create: Fours easy steps to mindfulness through creativity. Hatchett: London.Haines, J. (2017). Paint yourself calm: Colorful, creative minfulness through watercolour. Search Press: Kent. (originally published 2016)

Saitzyk, S. (2013). Place your thoughts here: Meditation for the creative mind. First Thought Press: Los Angeles.
Simon, J. F. (2016). Drawing your own path: 33 practices at the crossroads of art and meditation. Parallax Press: Berkeley.
Penman, D. (2015). Mindfulness for creativity: Adapt, create and thrive in a frantic world. Piatkus: London

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Beitel, M, Bogus, S., Hutz, A., Green, D., Cecero, J.,  & Barry, D. (2014) Stillness and motion: An empirical investigation of mindfulness and self-actualization, Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies, 13(3), 187-202, doi: 10.1080/14779757.2013.855131
Berila, B. (2016) Mindfulness as a healing, liberatory practice in queer anti-oppression pedagogy. Social Alternatives, Vol. 35, No. 3, pp. 5-10.
Gradle, S. A. (2011). A university course in mindful viewing: Understanding art and self through contemplative experience. International Journal of Education Through Art, 7 (2), 137-151. doi: 10.1386/eta.7.2.137_1
Kabat-Zinn, J. (1994). Wherever you go there you are: Mindfulness meditation in everyday life.  New York: Hachette.
Nhất, H., & Vo-Dinh, M. (1976). The miracle of mindfulness: A manual on meditation. Boston: Beacon Press. (Originally published 1975).
Shapiro, S., Carlson, L., Astin, J., Freedman, B. (2006).  Mechanisms of mindfulness, Journal of clinical psychology, 62(3), 373-386.