1. Choose the one which is closest to the way you did it.
A picture of a tree, but not
one I have seen before, came into my mind.
I remembered a tree that I
had seen in order to see it in my mind.
I thought about a tree but
never clearly saw one in my mind's eye.
2. Choose the one which is closest to the way you did it.
The tree I saw in my mind
stayed very much the same during the exercise.
I thought about what a tree
looks like, but didn't see one in my mind.
The tree I saw changed more
than once during this exercise.
3. When the tape asked me to feel, taste, or smell in my imagination
I thought about how things
feel or smell or taste, but never really did it.
I felt, smelled, or tasted
without remembering things to help me.
I remembered as clearly as I
could how this object should feel, smell, or taste.
4. As the exercise continued
I saw more and more things
being added to my picture as we went along.
I only looked at the things
I was asked to see at the time.
I thought about the things,
but never clearly saw them.
5. Choose the one which is closest to the way you did it.
I saw the whole picture
before I looked at just one thing at a time.
I looked at one part at a
time until I was asked to see the whole picture.
I thought about the picture
and tried to make it up in a way that made sense.
6. When I was asked to look around in my mental picture
There was only the tree
until I heard there could be other things.
I thought about other things
which might make sense in the picture.
New things came into my
picture before they were mentioned.
7. Choose the one which is closest to the way you did it.
It was easier to think about
touching, smelling, and tasting than to really do it.
It was easy to see the whole
picture from the beginning.
I put together the picture
one part at a time.
8. Choose the one which is closest to the way you did it.
Many things came into my
picture which we never talked about.
The picture became clearer
as we worked on each part of it.
The picture would not focus
and I had to think about the things I had done instead of seeing them.
9. Choose the one which is closest to the way you did it.
I feel like I tried too hard
to do this exercise the right way.
I wanted to make more things
for my picture.
I wanted to know why we were
doing everything we did.
10. At the end of the exercise:
I would have liked to keep
I wanted to understand clearly
what I was supposed to do.
I wanted the whole thing to
Be sure you have answered all 10 questions, then press the submit
button. Sometimes the system erases all your answers if you have to return.
You will receive the scores for your Natural Style. Print them out or write
them down in the order they appear.
You will need to know your Natural Style and the order of these numbers
to get the best help as a student.