Words To Describe Body Sensations

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When we begin to move our attention from our thoughts into our body, we can begin to feel its sensations. Our body stores energy and blockages and when we relax and release, we make room for more joy and fulfillment. These words can help describe what you are feeling when your attention is focused on your body.

Achy

Frozen

Raw

Airy

Full

Rolling

Alive

Fuzzy

Shaky

Bloated

Goose Bumpy

Sharp

Blocked

Gurgling

Shimmering

Breathless

Hard

Shivery

Brittle

Heavy

Shudder

Bubbly

Hot

Silky

Burning

Icy

Smooth

Buzzing

Intense

Soft

Chilled

Itchy

Spacious

Clammy

Jagged

Spacious Breathing

Closed

Jittery

Spasming

Cold

Jumbly

Sticky

Congested

Jumpy

Still

Constricted

Knotted

Stretchy

Constricted Breathing

Light

Stringy

Contracted

Limp

Strong

Cool

Loose

Suffocating

Cozy

Nauseous

Sweaty

Cramped

Numb

Tender

Dense

Open

Tense

Dizzy

Paralyzed

Thick

Dull

Pounding

Throbbing

Elastic

Pressure

Tickly

Electric

Prickly

Tight

Empty

Puffy

Tightness of skin

Energized

Pulled

Tingling

Expanding

Pulsing

Trembling

Faint

Quaking

Twitchy

Fluid

Quiet

Vibration

Flushed

Quivering

Warm

Fluttery

Radiating

Weak

Frantic

Ragged

Wobbly