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Sept 4, 2000
* = very strong trigger
*ed = Eastern discipline
Aesthetic Appreciation (recognition of beauty)
Disorientation (both physical and emotional)
Movement (driving, flying, etc)
zen koans *ed
change in lifestyle
*Disease (CFS, MS,ADD)
Trauma (emotional) End of rope, impasse
Death of loved one
*falling in love
Redirection of Sexual energy
Certain Physical Activities
*Hatha yoga *ed (spine)
*Chi Kung *ed
*Martial arts *ed
What I found interesting is that Eastern and other religious disciplines make conscious use of some aspect of almost all the categories of spontaneous triggers I came up with i.e.
Concentration = Meditation
Aesthetics = religious art
Relaxation = prayer, ritual
Disorientation =Zen koans (cults use more drastic measures)
Trauma = fasting, flagellation
Breakthrough = Zen
Redirection of sexual energy = Tantra, celibacy
Physical activities = Hatha Yoga, etc.
Breathwork = breathwork
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