The three fields or spirits* of the Generative Warrior
1. The MIND OR COGNITIVE FIELD is the part of the psyche of the Generative Warrior that deals with conscious perception, thought and decision-making.
In the moments leading up to a confrontation, the cognitive mind is in full swing, assessing the opponent's movements, predicting their intentions and strategizing for victory. This requires a high level of situational awareness, mental agility and adaptability. The cognitive mind of the Generative Warrior must be focused, lucid and open-minded to make split-second decisions that can make or break the confrontation.
In the generative path, the cognitive mind is responsible for assessing the opponent's movements, predicting their intentions and choosing the appropriate response. This requires a high level of situational awareness, mental agility and adaptability. Training the ability to remain focused, clear-headed and open-minded, even under pressure, is essential to improving cognitive mindset. Mindfulness techniques (such as meditation and centering techniques), visualization (inner and outer), and mental rehearsal and simulation techniques can help develop a strategic mindset and improve cognitive processing speed.
2- THE MIND OR SOMATIC FIELD is part of the Generative Warrior's psyche that deals with automatic, non-conscious processes, such as reflexes, motor skills and body awareness.
In the moments before a confrontation, the somatic mind also works hard, preparing the body for action. The somatic mind of the Generative Warrior must be strong, agile and precise, able to execute techniques with speed, power and accuracy. This requires a high level of physical conditioning, muscle memory and proprioception.
In the generative path, the somatic mind is responsible for executing techniques with speed, power and precision. This requires a high level of physical conditioning, muscle memory and proprioception. To improve the somatic mind, it is essential to train the ability to move with fluidity, relaxation and economy of movement. Training in strength, flexibility and coordination can help to develop a strong, resilient body and improve somatic efficiency.
3. The MIND OR RELATIONAL FIELD represents the systemic intelligence around us and is an important component. It manifests itself in many aspects of our lives, such as culture, family, personal history and politics.
It is essential for understanding how we interact and connect with others and our environment. The relational mindset allows us to perceive and navigate these fields to create genuine and meaningful connections.
In following this path, one seeks to develop and refine one's relational mind by working with the different fields and learning to recognize, understand and adapt to them. For example, a Generative Warrior can transform a negative field in a meeting by understanding the causes of the negativity and finding solutions to restore balance.
A Generative Warrior can also be in harmony with relational fields in the 'zone' of 'creative flow'. In this state, he or she can make deep connections with others and generate innovative ideas and solutions.
In short, the relational field is essential for understanding human consciousness and interactions with the world. By working with the different fields and refining our relational mindset, we can create positive and transformational changes in our lives and the lives of others, developing authentic, harmonious and meaningful relationships.
The importance of unifying one's three minds (3 minds centering)
When the Generative Warrior prepares for a confrontation, the three generative minds join in a complex and dynamic dance. The cognitive mind assesses the opponent's movements, predicts his next move and strategises for victory. The somatic mind prepares the body for action, generating adrenaline and refining reflexes and motor skills. The relational mind manages everything that happens on the field, as well as all the knowledge and learning we get from others.
To succeed in the generative path, a practitioner must integrate all three generative minds into a coherent and effective performance. This requires training and practice in each of the three areas. By developing a strong cognitive mind, a practitioner can make split-second decisions that can turn the tide of a confrontation. By developing a strong somatic mind, a practitioner can execute techniques with speed, power and precision. By developing a strong relational mindset, a practitioner can maintain a positive and constructive attitude, and learn from others and from the experiences he or she gains in the field.
In conclusion, the mind of a Generative Warrior is a complex and dynamic system that involves the cognitive, somatic and relational minds. By developing and integrating these three generative minds, a practitioner can succeed in this intense and challenging path.
* The concept of the three minds or field was developed by Stephen Gilligan. Although we find these three concepts in many traditional paths. Since 1978, I have used the concept of the subconscious, conscious and supraconscious mind which is similar or the first, second and third attention in my books. I use this concept extensively in the Generative Warrior approach. Stephen Gilligan was one of my role models and instructor in NLP and Ericksonian hypnosis in 1995.