The Enlivening Force of Gravity

The Enlivening Force of Gravity

A Sensing Sunday class for you to experience now.

Dear Friends of Sensory Awareness,

We began our Sensing Sundays phone program a few years ago to give people without access to local Sensory Awareness classes the opportunity to practice at home. That the sessions would quickly evolve from a bunch of people scattered around the world, practicing alone into a real group experience across oceans and living rooms, was more than we could have hoped for.

This could happen thanks to the financial contributions of people like you, who support the work of the Sensory Awareness Foundation. Thanks to you, Sensing Sundays has become a gathering place for people from Australia to North America, from Japan to the UK, to explore deeply together, guided by a group of dedicated leaders from Spain, Canada, and the United States.

These phone classes are at once global and intimate. Participants explore in the privacy of their own homes, but are connected with people from many parts of the world. They begin to see their own home with new eyes. As they lift an everyday object, they may regain a living connection with the earth’s pull of gravity. Then, when a participant shares how a cat entered the scene or how a bumble bee buzzed through an open window, altering the quiet experience of her breathing, the world becomes a shared living room.

You can experience such a session right here. In this recording of a recent class with Pamela Blunt, we invite you to experience freshly the enlivening power of gravity.

This is but a small example of the kind of sharing that your support of the Sensory Awareness Foundation makes possible. We rely on your support to continue programs like Sensing Sundays and all the other programs.

Learn more and give by clicking the button below the recordings. Any amount makes all the difference.

Thank you for your generosity.

Warm wishes,

Stefan Laeng

Executive Director

The session has two parts and you can work with them individually.

For Part 1 you’ll need a stick, like a broomstick or a mop.

For Part 2 you’ll need a sandbag or a sock (or even just a ziplock bag) filled about halfway with rice.












These pictures are both for your amusement and to illustrate the use of everyday things like a mop and a rice-stuffed sock for Pamela Blunt’s featured Sensing Sunday class.