Thursday, 9 March 2017

Not Needing to Get Involved

During table work in a lesson on 6th May 2002,

MC: How do you see this work fitting in with discoveries about the unconscious?

MB: It helps one not to get too involved.

MC: Could you explain?

MB: Delving into the unconscious, one could easily get sucked down into it... FM was aware of those things but didn't feel he had anything constructive to offer in that department.

MC: He was aware of the importance of reflexes. Isn't it broadly true that AT work is about integrating conscious and unconscious elements?

MB: Yes. 

MC: It is the unconscious mind that mainly makes our big decisions in life. The directions can't decide for us directly.

MB: No, only indirectly. 

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