Balance as a Function of Intelligence By: Walter H. M. Carrington

Our upright posture and its maintenance is discussed from an evolutionary point of view. The author argues that our unique upright stance has affected the functioning of the whole body. It is not realized to what extent we owe our intelligence to our upright posture, nor how much the use of our thinking affects our posture. [16 pages, bklt, 1970, Sheildrake Press, imported]

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