Basically (and for brevity) I definitely agree with the direction of you line of thinking on this matter. But, I believe it is a bit more complicated than that still. In the case of Erickson there are many situations where in meaning was very unclear to the conscious mind and physical activity was assigned to make it even more so. In these situations the thinking and rethinking done by clients produces many alternate/temporary 'knowings', alerts clients to search for more data, etc. So, in such a case, we see a case where the intervention convinces a client of not knowing consciously despite realizing (consciously) that she/he has information (unconsiously) to sort and arrange. Or something like that! Anyway, that is one example of why I say it's more complicated.
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