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Man and the World

Article written by Moshé Feldenkrais Published in Somatics, Spring 1979 “Consisting of an astronomical number of cells, the human nervous system is fit to live and function in a great variety of physical worlds. As the experience of so many astronauts has shown, our nervous system can stand up to a lack of gravitation and […]

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Awareness Through Movement

Article written by Moshé Feldenkrais “Man is an animal because of his structure. But he is the highest animal and a human being because of the functioning of his nervous system. The hand of man differs only slightly from that of an ape – in the position and movement of the thumb – but the […]

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