Sensory Awareness Foundation


Breathing and the Diaphram




Recording and Transcript

Green Gulch Farm Study Group, May 12, 2000

“Very gently, once more go with your hands into this area and just touch so gently that you don’t disturb anything. That’s the region of the diaphragm; the most sensitive muscle in the whole organism, which either constricts, or gradually opens to whatever wants to happen inside. . . . . . It has nothing to do with this wilful breathing, which is usually taught. . . . If it wants to go fast, it goes fast. If it hardly wants to move, it hardly moves. …. If it wants to change, it changes.”

This is a recording of an actual Sensory Awareness class, not a lecture. We suggest that you take the time to follow Charlotte’s guidance rather than just listening to the recording. We include a transcript because Charlotte is sometimes hard to understand for people who didn’t know her.


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