Resonance is understood here as the level of similitude between the sensorimotor properties implied and afforded by the stimuli and the sensorimotor systems that can be activated in the cogniser in relation to the stimuli (see Rizzolatti, Fadiga, Fogassi, & Gallese, 1999, for a definition of resonance behaviour from a neurological perspective).
However, only if the cogniser is in a bodily state that activates sensorimotor systems that highly resonate with the sensorimotor properties afforded by the sentences, then a measurable emotional state might arouse.
Additionally, it can be argued that a combination of the level of sensorimotor resonance between the cogniser and the stimuli with different experimental designs could lead to different levels of emotional state elicitation.
The activation of one of the systems relies on the level of resonance between the sensorimotor systems of the cogniser and the sensorimotor properties afforded by the stimulus (see Figure 2).
Participants' emotional states emerge only when there is high resonance between the sensorimotor properties afforded by the stimuli and the sensorimotor systems being activated in the cogniser.
SRA complements GEA, particularly for the case of emotions, by specifying that a high resonance between the sensorimotor properties implied by the stimuli and the sensorimotor systems being activated in the cogniser elicit an emotional state.
Finally, when you have eliminated all extraneous mental activity and your mind is in a cleared state, you should continue the meditation in a relaxed and natural manner, concentrating on the mind as a clear cogniser
, without letting your memory slacken.