Sensory Stories # 12: Making personal choices based on your sensory thresholds

Posted: 22 February, 2022

By: Annemarie Lombard

#12

Today is all about personal choices… Do you like loud music or do you prefer quieter music? Do you like going to a busy mall or prefer online shopping? Do you wear heavy perfume or do you not like wearing perfume at all? What is your favorite holiday destination – a busy city or a quiet forest cabin?

Our daily decisions are based on our sensory thresholds. Without you being aware of it, your brain responds to your environment based on your sensory threshold. Annemarie discusses people who are more sensitive to sensory input (sensory roots), those who seek sensory input (sensory leaves) and all those people in between (sensory trunks). Watch the video to learn more about the sensory tree analogy we use at Sensory intelligence® to understand more about this fascinating sensory science.

There is loads of information we’re looking forward to sharing with you with the sensory stories to follow. We would love to hear from you if you have any questions or comments.

#sensoryintelligence #choice #sensorythresholds #needs #personalgrowth

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👩🏼‍🎓 Annemarie has a PhD in Occupational therapy, Health Sciences and continues to be fascinated by sensory processing and the impact it has on our lives. She works with a dynamic team and a group of licensed users of the Sensory Intelligence® tools. She has also written a book, “Sensory intelligence, why it matters more than IQ and EQ”, which you can buy here.

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