To realize fully our human potential is to learn to be aware of, to choose flexibility, and implement effortlessly an expanding, dynamic range of attentional styles for the optimum
allocation of our resources. A fundamental observation is presented in this paper: Attentional styles and brain wave activity are reflected in each other. Attentional styles are
defined. Attentional biases are described and their impact and experience is suggested. Optimum attention style combinations are recommended. Research data are presented.
Talk therapy and attention are contrasted. How we use styles of attention to manage our experience is discussed. An umbrella identity is recommended as a gateway to flexible