You know you’re more of a visual person when you use words such as ‘see’ and ‘imagine’ when describing things or situations.
‘You also tend to prefer watching a documentary over listening to a podcast,’ says Luke. ‘If this sounds like you, I’d recommend flame or ocean meditation. [This is where you] concentrate on the flame of a candle or the horizon of the ocean, trying to notice all the subtle changes – the shifting colours, shapes and movement of these visual experiences.’
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