Brooks (brooksmoses) wrote,

Quote for the day.

The relaxation method is far from being a method carried out according to any set rules—instead it could more accurately be described as a method of breaking such rules as are necessary to formally explain it. The good relaxer is a man who knows, by experience, which rule to break, when to break it, and by how much to break it. —D. N. de G. Allen, Relaxation Methods, McGraw-Hill, 1954

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