“The main characteristic of bodily consciousness is its spontaneity. This allows it to work at an incredibly swift rate that could not be handled by the topmost conscious portions of the mind. Its operation is due to an almost instantaneous kind of consciousness, in which what is known is known, with no distance between, say, the knower and the known.
“The act of seeing, and all of the body’s senses, are dependent upon this inner spontaneity.”
(The Way Toward Health, Session January 7, 1984)