After a long hiatus in running the sensory awareness workshops for wellness, it was time to return with what I had learned and time to receive in part the gifts of wisdom that others bring to the group work.

This session was dedicated to the question of preservation and the impermanent. Arranging cut flowers according to a game of “elinination” , we were able to explore our judgement, our a prioris, our ideas about the tactile and esthetic qualities of flowers but also how they change.

We were grateful for the lessons roses, daffodils, peonies, sunflowers, rannuculas, waxflowers, tulips, lillies and a few other florals imparted.

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