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Hyper-Visual Thinkers in a Linear World

Portland Community Church
7100 Southwest Scholls Ferry Road
Beaverton, OR 97008, US (map)

Directions: Look for PCC Sign - Enter these GPS coordinates Google Maps - 45.468688, -122.775950



Visual-Spatial Processing is one of the most misunderstood learning styles in today’s educational landscape. At one time, Visual Spatial Learning was defined as a deficiency in brain function – a disability. We now know, however, that Visual Spatial Learning is not a result of a genetic flaw – or brain, eye, or ear malfunction – it is a difference in thinking and learning style that can cause confusion when dealing with symbols or understanding of social norms. In fact, some of our culture’s most talented people are Visual-Spatial Learners – as is true for many of the pioneers in technology, physics, and art.

Many individuals who exhibit learning disability symptoms and anxiety in social settings have a natural and innate ability to shift or alter their mental and physical perceptions. They can use this perceptual ability to facilitate creativity, improve physical performance, enhance thinking, or resolve confusions. However, when they use this same ability to resolve confusions with language or math symbols, or in interpreting social clues, it causes unwanted perceptual distortions and noticeable disorientation that affect vision, hearing, balance, energy levels, focus, motor skill, time sense and/or speech.

Individuals who process and use this thinking style can be shown how to control their perceptions so disorientation no longer interferes with their ability to learn and socialize successfully. They minimize their challenges while maximizing their brilliance.


If you cannot join in person, join us with mobile or desktop with Zoom https://zoom.us/j/7891236789.

The first half of the Meetup is a "Show'N'Tell". The second half of the meeting we'll share ideas for upcoming "Show'N'Tell". Anyone is welcome to volunteer to share with the local community. You may also volunteer to record with Zoom and share on social media.

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