“The Use of The Self” F.M. Alexander
“Human activity is primarily a process of reacting unceasingly to stimuli”
“When once it is recognized that every act is a reaction to a stimulus received through the sensory mechanisms, no act can be described as wholly ‘mental’ or wholly ‘physical’. The most that can be said is that in some acts the ‘mental’ side predominates and in others the ‘physical’.
These words were first published in 1932 by F.M. They ring as true today as they did then and advancements in Neuroscience continue to show that Alexander was on this advanced path.