Once a centipede was asked how he could operate all of his numerous feet in such an orderly manner without getting them confused. The centipede shook his head, shrugged, and said that he had never given it a thought. From that time on, the centipede became unable to move, the legs all got in the way of one another. Only when there was a loud noise that frightened him could he move as before. The rest of the time he stumbled.
Here are a couple of points to chew on:
When does thought get in the way?
What is the appropriate use?
What other methods of cognition are available and how can they be developed?