This innovative work takes a new approach to a fundamental dilemma of physiology, psychology, and philosophy: the subjectively perceived split between body and mind. Examining the subjective and objective aspects of movement and their relationship to our perception of mind-body separation, the author takes issue with conventional philosophical views on human duality and develops an integrative theory of interaction that suggests a basis for genuine mind-body harmony.
Well Being; the Connection between Mind, Body and Soul Is Essential to Our Overall Feeling of Good Health. Here in Part One of Our Series Taken from the Bodyshop Book Wellbeing We Bring You Ways to Improve Your Life by Improving the Way You Feel
Sunday Mirror (London, England), September 13, 1998