Yoga hands on One can also approach these directly, through physical activities such as bouncing on a trampoline, swimming or doing yoga. Hypnotherapist Stephen Gilligan makes similar remarks about the nature of trance. He distinguishes between what he calls conscious and unconscious processing or the conscious and the unconscious mind. The conscious mind, he suggests, is lineal in orientation and is the domain of roles, sensory-motor cybernetic loops, goal-achieving plans, scripts, strategies, structures and rationality. It is a manager or a regulator and is primarily conservative rather than generative in nature. It can allow ideas emerging from the unconscious to be implemented in behaviour or it can veto them. This power of veto enables the conscious mind to ensure that implemented ideas conform to the frame or map of the world with which it is operating. Yoga hands 2016.
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