Your sensory type can vary from sense to sense, so your quiz result gives a very basic, overall idea of your strongest type. If the result is a surprise, this is probably why.
Having a basic understanding of your strongest type will give you a glimpse into your own unique sensory way of being in the world, and give you a base from which to explore the ways the other types might show up for you.
Knowing your sensory type can help you to know yourself better; show you the reasons why you might struggle with things others take for granted; and can ultimately lead to improved self acceptance, and the confidence to play to your strengths.
You are a Bystander.
If you were to pick one word to describe a bystander, it would be oblivious.
Bystanders tend to be easy going folk, who don’t get stressed by the hustle and bustle of life. Their sensory systems need IN YOUR FACE input in order to notice what’s going on.
If you’d like to learn more about what it means to be a bystander; what your strengths and weaknesses are; how your sensory type can impact relationships; and how to discover more about your unique sensory connections, download your copy of The Bystander Report now, for the special price of just £3.99.