Some new learning is considerably more challenging.When is comes to healing or changing problematic behavior patterns related to your early survival-love map, for example, this involves deeper, more transformative change.Someone with a Kinesthetic learning style has a preference for physical experience - touching, feeling, holding, doing, practical hands-on experiences.
This type of change is the most challenging, and will require consistent effort, determination to break free of old self-reinforcing patterns, and the body’s natural resistance to change protective patterns, in particular.
This can seem taxing (to you, your mind and physical body), for several reasons: In other words, when you want to learn a new behavior, to be successful, you need to know how to sustain optimal emotional states in the most emotionally taxing circumstances.
Ideally, new learning occurs regularly throughout life.
Once your brain ‘accepts’ a new idea and behavior, it is integrated and becomes part of subconscious processes.
At the college level, it is expected that students have an idea of how to adapt to most teachers, although it cannot hurt to help them out a little!
Below we have the three major learning styles and ways in which you can accommodate them.
Whereas some resistance to change is healthy and natural, high resistance blocks learning and change.
More often, resistance has to do with fear, limiting beliefs, and protective or defensive strategies that have outlived their usefulness, yet remain imprinted in memory cells of the body.
Paradoxically, however, stress enhances your brain’s ability to learn, and thus potentially your performance as well, providing you keep the stress at manageable levels.