Exactly what those responses might be or where in the body they might be felt or when they might be felt is indefinitethus, incomplete.
A typical suggestion was: You may feel certain sensations.
The phrase certain sensations steers the unconscious toward sensate responses, but otherwise lacks content.
The fact that we don't apply the acquired rules consciously (or even know that they exist) makes them no less real or operative.
The unconscious' rule-finding ability is not limited to speech environments; it is active in all environments.
Gates (1859-1923), who held dozens of patents, made his living "sitting for ideas." His tools were a quiet room, a pen, blank paper, and his mind.
When I read about Gates in 1960, the notion of "sitting for ideas" appealed to me, and I began to try it.Let's state this another way: The more inclusive the class, the greater the number of psychological responses one can make to it. Erickson, an innovative practitioner of clinical hypnosis, recognized this fact and incorporated such ambiguities into his trance inductions.By making suggestions to his patients in words whose meanings were incomplete, he was easily able to elicit novel unconscious responses.If you analyze the structure of her speech, you will find that it is rule-based.The rules may not be those of Standard American English, but they will form a coherent grammatical system.The thoughts are hypothetical possibilities for eliminating the incompleteness and arriving at closure.