Originally Posted by spookychick13
Ah good to know, I had an inkling that was going to be the case.
What is the 'meatiest' of the Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling collection (DvD or book), in your opinion?
I think you would be disappointed with the DVDs. Neither are designed to standalone, and many clips are on YouTube if you want to see motion.
The books however are excellent if controversial in places, with a strong ethical and philosophical bent too. If two people read the books, one might see it as wishy washy whereas the other might be blown away with thought and information overload.
All three English translations are worth reading. The latest book (horse seeks) is the most comprehensive, however given that leading is such a large part of the initial foundation, the first book (dancing) is still essential. So ideally I would buy both of those but probably start with the new one first perhaps. The second book, what horses reveal is a very personal choice. You might love it or hate it, and certainly many people would dismiss it as voodoo so I'd avoid for now.