Constructive Conscious Control
This part basically explains how repetition of any particular circumstance or event can actually encourage you to design yourself in such a way that you are actually adaptable to the sort of changes that take place around you. Therefore, you are used-to of your surroundings. Therefore, you can always just think about the things which make you feel better so that the bad habits can be removed from memory altogether.
This basically helps you focus on goals so that you do not have to focus on other things. Therefore, it increases the likelihood of your selecting strategies which are either large in number, or at least too old.
Once you are trying to get hold of your sensations, then primary control comes into play. This is basically the key to the head, neck and spinal relationship. Your body responds to the movements which take place either in your head, or your eye. This new initiating motion also allows students to learn how to embrace their whole body in this primary control.
You must order or direct yourself to become ‘good’ as you have been practicing before. You must also recommend to yourself, time and time again, how “good use” is reinforced upon you. Even though it is less dominant inside your body, the repetition is very much important. Since the objective is basically to have a freedom of expression and a freedom of movement; therefore, there are actually less to almost no accurate responses which can be recorded. However, right at that particular moment, the responses are observed and the correct ones are selected.
This concept is global and it can help you use and describe the thinking strategies that you have put into use. This will help you derive the perception for events and the outcomes of the results which you have intended.