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The Potent Self by Moshe Feldenkrais

The Potent Self

Description : The book delves deeply into the relationship between faulty posture, pain, and the underlying emotional mechanisms that lead to compulsive and dependent human behaviour. It shares remarkable insights into resistance, motivation, habit formation, and the place of sex in full human potential. It offers the vision of how to achieve physical and mental wellness through the development of authentic maturity.

Subtitle : A Study of Spontaneity and Compulsion

Authors : Moshe Feldenkrais

Published Date : 2002-09-06

Publisher : Frog Books

ISBN : 1583940685

Page : 240 Pages

Categories : Health & Fitness

Total Download: 54

Filesize: 3 MB

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