Visit your local library.
Choose a section at random and select a book.
Spend 15 minutes reading the first chapter.
If you wish, spend longer and read more.
Highlight any key themes which jump out at you in your notebook.
Internet Browsers are rubbish for browsing.
Generally, there is nowhere to ‘start’ from – meaning you open up a search engine, and type a phrase in. Search engines are great for finding things, not getting lost and discovering things.
So, organisations like libraries offer a great starting point to discover, rather than find.
It’s a good practise to read books you wouldn’t normally pick up too – as quite often we judge books, literally and figuratively by their cover. Let that go, and just see what you might discover by reading something completely alien.