Conscious Intention

When one is aware consciously of a desirable change in the involuntary or vegetative systems, one stops and thinks about the change, not how to make the change happen, but simply the change, and then lets the whole process go.

Rationale: Unconscious processes can be unleashed this way. by some not understood connection. It is important not to try to make the change happen, because use of the will shuts down unconscious and loosening processes generally. It is important also not to view this as magical, like making a wish, that too is the intrusion of the ego and bypasses the body. An example perhaps is the "power of positive thinking' which may have an effect on the person in some way but not an effect on the body and character structure. Conscious intention seems only to have lasting value as part of more active bodywork

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