‘[The actor David Garrick] appeared wholly present in the muscles of his body.’
Georg Christoph Lichtenberg, as quoted by Schopenhauer in The World as Will and Representation.
‘An actor must know the composition of the entire production, must understand and feel it with his whole body. Only then does he make himself a component of it and begin to sound in harmony with it.’
‘Our most sacred convictions, our most unalterable faith in the matter of supreme values, are judgements of our muscles.’
Friedrich Nietzsche, The Will to Power.