Awareness Through Movement is a book by Moshe Feldenkrais. There are many gems in it and deep, fundamental overlap with F.M. Alexander's early writing. I think Moshe did a remarkable job to write so simply and clearly on some pretty fundamental concepts. Here's a short blurb from Moshe on habit that I loved:
Lack of choice makes strain habitual (Pg. 84)
'As long as superfluous effort is invested in any action, man must throw up defences, must brace himself to great effort that is neither comfortable, pleasurable, nor desirable.'
'The lack of choice of whether to make an effort or not turns an action into a habit, and in the end nothing appears more natural than that to which he is accustomed, even if it is opposed to all reason or necessity'.
'Habit makes it easier to persist in any action, and for this reason it is extremely valuable in general. Nevertheless we can easily over indulge in habits until self-criticism is silenced and our ability to discern is diminished, which generally turns us into machines that act without thinking.'
Feldenkrais, M. (1972). Awareness through movement (Vol. 1977). New York: Harper & Row.