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shutterstock_80479513Imagine a great rail yard, tracks abreast tracks running to the horizon, a center of commerce, humming with activity. Trains go and come. They stop, move on, and reverse themselves. They change tracks. They connect with cars from other trains and disconnect from those of their own. Right in the middle of it all is an unprepossessing little shack, the switch house, the center of all the electro-mechanical activity in the yard, the brain, so to speak. The totality of all the activity in the yard is a representation of body and mind. What is body in this representation? Body is all the going and coming, all the to and fro, all the commerce, the intercommunication, and discourse. What then is mind? Mind is all the going and coming, all the to and fro, all the commerce, the intercommunication, and discourse. Mind and body are one, and F. M. Alexander, father of the eponymous technique, was one of the first to demonstrate the practicality of that oneness. Know who might be next? You. You might be learning to demonstrate the mindedness of movement in your own commerce, in your coming and going, in your daily walk and conversation, in your acting, your work, and your play. Interested? How could you not be?