Those people, otory think sounds, breathe all breast. Often there are small rhythmic movements of a body, and tone of a voice pure, expressive, resounding. The head balances on shoulders or is slightly inclined to one of them, as if listening to something.
The person thinking visual images will usually speak quicker and more high-pitch tone, than what thinks in a different way. Images arise in the head quickly, and it is necessary to speak quickly to be in time behind them. Breath will be top and more superficial. The increased muscles tension, in particular, in shoulders is often observed, the head is highly raised, and the person is more pale than the usual.
Such words how "to understand", "explain", "think", "process", are not sensornoopredelenny and therefore, are neutral in relation to representative systems. Authors give preference in scientific works to neutral, but not sensornoopredelenny words probably unconsciously understanding that sensornoopredelenny words appear more personal in relation to the author and the reader, and, therefore, less "objective". However, neutral words will be translated by the reader in various ways (kinestetichny, audialny, visual) and will lay the foundation to a set of the academic disputes, often concerning these words. Everyone will be sure that it is right.
It is easy to find when the person thinks pictures, sounds or feelings. There are visible changes which happen in our body when we think in various ways. The way of our thinking has impact on our body, and how we use our body, affects how we think.
People who talk to themselves, will often bow in one party, propping up it a hand or a fist. This situation is known under the name "telephone pose" because it looks as if the person speaks by invisible phone. Some people repeat that they just heard, in a step to the breath, and it is possible to see as their lips are moved.
We use language to tell another the thoughts, so no wonder that those words which we use, reflect that way with which we think. John Grinder tells in the lectures about that time when they with Richard Bendler lived in a country house and conducted groups on gestalt therapy. Richard was made laugh by one person who told: "I see that you speak".
The movements of eyes are not the only singala of access though probably it is easiest to notice them. As the body and a brain are inseparable, the way of thinking is always shown in something, and it can be seen, if the nobility where to look. In particular, it is shown in breath patterns, skin color and a pose.
So, we receive information in one channel of perception, but we represent it in ourselves in other channel. Sounds can cause visual memoirs or abstract visual images in imagination. We speak about a color tonality of music, about warm colors, about the shouting flowers. Simultaneous and extramental between channels of perception is called as a sinesteziya.
Sinesteziya represent important part of how we think, and some of them are so taken roots and widespread that it seems as if oniya were interwoven into our brain since the birth. For example, colors are often connected with mood: the red - with anger, blue - with tranquillity. aktichesk both a blood pressure, and pulse rate slightly increase in a situation in which red color prevails, and go down if the surrounding situation is painted mainly in blue tone.
Each repezentativny system has own "language". If you are capable to understand and speak with the person, using "language" of the representative system preferred to them, you lay a way to trust which is very important for any close vzamootnosheniye.
It was the interesting idea. When they came to group, they at once tried absolutely new procedure. They took green, yellow and red cards and bypassed all people of group, asking them about that, for what purpose they came here. Those people who used many words and the expressions describing feelings received yellow cards. Those who used many words and phrases. describing hearing and sounds, received green cards. The same representatives of group who used the words and phrases which are mainly concerning vision received red cards.