People with dyslexia are able to see, hear, feel and sense what they imagine as real. The dyslexic thinking style enables the individual to view ideas and concepts in different ways capturing the whole picture rather than working through a process in sequential steps.

When they are confused or intrigued by an object or situation, they will mentally move around and explore it from different viewpoints or angles.

This ability to perceive thought as reality is what Ron Davis calls ‘disorientation’ as well as a ‘perceptual talent’.