David Kelly wrote:
Have a goal, find which sense you prefer, develop exercises around that preference and sense.
Be patient and have fun.
Your answer implies some knowledge of NLP. I would agree that the mind receives information from the sense.
IMHO, having been an auditory learning (trying to spell phonetic phonetically), I would tend not to go with the preferred lead sensory representation systems. Unless you intend to eventually pace and lead.
The auditory track is very slow, but many people initially need to talk themselves through the technique. But the body doesn't speech language.
Eventually, learning is the old style of see-do, without verbiage.
In the end, its just do, kinesthetic, body and energy feeling.