I'm not going to answer the question I think you want answered: whether your system has merit. Instead, I'm going to answer a related question that I think you actually need answered: How do you determine if a therapeutic approach is effective?
Ultimately, this sort of question can only be answered with a clinical trial. In a clinical trial, your approach ...
In the 4th century BC, Aristotle wrote that the source of intelligence was the heart (source). Other greeks like Alcmaeon of Croton thought it might be the brain. I think the fact that they were having this discussion means that it's not obvious from our sensations alone that the thoughts are happening in the head.
The Merriam Webster Dictionary defines the word sensorimotor to be:
of, relating to, or functioning in both sensory and motor aspects of bodily activity
and the following relating to the tags you used may help to understand the word.
The idea that we learn by interacting with our environment is probably the first to occur to us when we think about the ...
Q: But does this association (that the head is the place where thought processes happen) have any grounds in actual sensing?
A: Yes, the association (that the head is the place where thought processes happen) has the ground in evolutionary neurophysiology.
Thinking, analyzing, deciding, and other cognitive functions are the most important functions for a ...