Tension and Sensory Appreciation

"We all admit that we are making too much tension. That is because our sensory appreciation of the amount of muscular tension that is necessary to give action is unreliable."
(Alexander, F. M.: An Unrecognized Principle, 1925, in: Articles and Lectures by F. M. Alexander, London 1995)

Ein Zuviel an Spannung rührt von unzuverlässiger Sinneseinschätzung her.

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