Bounce was an exhibition primarily based on sculpture, and included sketches and drawings. She recorded specific aspects of the area surrounding the distilleries, and notably- the deterioration of buildings on the land that Glenfiddich Distilleries inhabits. Scott Gallery in Vancouver, British Columbia,  and was curated by Cate Rimmer  A Brief Overview of Personology contained several works by MacLeod that were under the themes surrounding the use of self-help books, consumerism, and comedy, creating a dynamic setting of satire. The Tiny Kingdom is a full-size scale of an outhouse, inspired by the one used in the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
We see what we see without feeling or sensing how the brain creates images. All experience is the outcome of complex organizing processes of the brain, processes which take place outside of consciousness. For vision, there are fifty or so different centers in the brain that contribute to the final visual experience.
Their functions become obvious only when they cease to function normally. There are some unconscious organizers that exert a very strong influence on our whole way of being. They are emotions, beliefs, attitudes, early learning, adaptations and memories. We call these organizers core material.
Often, they are as inaccessible to the ordinary consciousness as are the circuits in the brain that create vision. However, using this method, some of them can be made conscious.
The method makes core material conscious.
Some core material causes unnecessary suffering and the method provides a way to reduce it. Some suffering is unnecessary because the core material that organizes it, is no longer applicable.
Some beliefs, adaptations, etc. Though the current situation has changed, the old adaptations are still automatically applied.
Outdated or not, they go on organizing experience, causing problems and unnecessary suffering. Doing so offers the person a chance to reduce that kind of suffering. Once in consciousness, core material can be examined and revised and its influence eliminated or greatly diminished.
The way we do this is unique. We do something that no other therapy that I know of does. These experiments are brief and evocative. And mindfulness is essential. When mindful, attention is on the flow of moment-to-moment experience.
The person in a mindful state is letting things happen without trying to control them. The quality of attention is very different from ordinary attention. Attention is turned inward and just observing.
In that state of being, the usual mechanisms that prevent certain thoughts and emotions are suspended. Evocative interventions at such times can produce strong, significant reactions.
A person who habitually talks rapidly while carefully watching his listener, may be being influenced by an core belief that people do not have time for him. Speaking rapidly is often an indicator of such a belief.
One experiment the practitioner could do—with the person in a mindful state—would be to say something like this: It could be a memory of not being heard by a significant person. A whole scene like that may appear.Ron Kurtz designed Hakomi to use brief, evocative experiments in mindfulness to bring a person's unconscious organization into consciousness.
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