(Walter Carrington, Thinking aloud)
« Feeling always dominates the situation. Unless our rational decisions are in accordance with our feelings, we very, very seldom succeed in carrying our reasoned decisions into effect because our feelings won’t let us. The best way, and perhaps the only way, to reeducate your feelings for the better is through the practice of non-doing. »Walter Carrington, Thinking aloud
This is my sketchnote of the twentieth talk on the Alexander Technique by Walter Carrington from the book Thinking aloud.
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