Monday, 6 March 2017

Persisting, Deflatedly

While working with MC on the table, in a lesson on 27th August 2001.

MB: Changes in this work are so gradual. FM was a genius to have persisted in the way he did.

MC: [Expressed a doubt about getting nowhere]

MB: Alexander work won't take you in the wrong direction. The work has an in-built safety-valve. 
Working on oneself makes us aware of what we are not -- not perfect! 
That is why I say the most important quality for a teacher is humility. 
The work stops one from getting too puffed up! 

I use lessons primarily as an opportunity to work on myself. 
I try to work on myself all the time, but especially when giving a lesson. 

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