While visiting a friend in Barkandji Country (Aboriginal country around Wilcannia, and along the Darling River), I was given a book "Voices of the first day", by Robert Lawlor. It contains concepts and ideas which are highly congruent with my basic model of The Theory of One and All. In fact the language and ideas are strikingly similar.
In Be and Become I recounted how I'd learned via meditation courses to 'sense' the inside-ness of materials such as copper and iron, and that of plants and other materials. This has quite a practical benefit, in that by being able to 'sense' inside the material things of life, we can, for example, be more aware of the dynamics of a motor vehicle -- sensing when it needs maintenance, or when it is approaching some mechanical problems (highly pertinent when in the middle of no-where without mobile phone coverage, and other circumstances, as explained in more detail here :). The awareness is only limited to the direction in which we focus it.