§22. Whispered Ahs
(Walter Carrington, Thinking aloud)
« As long as the preconceived ideas continue to be presented, you must expect to get the automatic response. It is unreasonable to complain about the automatic response when the stimulus is being presented. If you want to improve breathing, you’ve got to deal with the preconceived ideas surrounding breathing. »Walter Carrington, Thinking aloud
This is my sketchnote of the twenty-second talk on the Alexander Technique by Walter Carrington from the book Thinking aloud.
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