For this purpose we have identified 13 filters that we have called “thinking styles” and that we consider among the most important for the effects they have on the relationship. You can discover them in the table below.
The “thinking styles” are unconscious habits that we all have, and that distinguish and characterise us.
For example, some people are more orientated towards the thought of the past, others to the future, some elaborate thoughts through images, others through sounds, this affects the way we interpret reality and communicate it to others.
There are no thinking styles that are better or worse than others. In fact, the same behaviour can have beneficial outcomes or, conversely, disastrous depending on the place, time and situation in which you find yourself.
What is important is to recognise and know how to use your talents well.
We hope that a greater awareness of our perceptual limits, a better understanding of ourselves, our habits and our unconscious preferences, improve our capacity for tolerance, our lives and our relationships.