Lesson 7 – Jet Pack Feet

1.Begin by feeling your feet on the floor in our traditional way.
rthe start getting a sense of the bones of your feet on the floor and how they fit the floor.

Next….how does the floor fit your feet ?

We’ll start with your LEFT FOOT.

2. Take a deep breath in and with your LEFT FOOT – tap your heel 3 times as you breath out: tap – tap – tap. Notice and feel the bones of your foot as it hits the floor. Repeat this movement 3 times on your out breath.

3. Now, on the out breath again – wiggle your LEFT KNEE over and back – wiggle – wiggle – wiggle. Notice the sensations on the flat of your foot change as you do this.

Do this wiggle movement  3 times altogether.

SENSING & FEELING

– now how does your left foot fit the floor….. how does the floor fit your left foot….. and again how does your foot fit the floor…. go over and back between these perspectives half a dozen times.

– how does your right foot fit the floor….. now how does the floor fit your right foot….. and again how does your right foot fit the floor…. go over and back between these perspectives again half a dozen times.

What area in your body has changed the most since you started?

And now your RIGHT FOOT
4. Take a deep breath in again and on your our breath, with your RIGHT FOOT – tap your heel 3 times: tap…tap…tap.

Again noticing and feeling how the bones of your foot hit the floor.

5. Now, on the out breath again, wiggle your RIGHT KNEE over and back.
Again noticing the sensations changing as your foot moves.

OK, SENSING & FEELING AGAIN

Mix n’ match – Start paying attention to how the floor fits your LEFT FOOT while you pay attention to how your RIGHT FOOT fits the floor.

Now switch over and start paying attention to how the floor fits your RIGHT FOOT while you pay attention to how your LEFT FOOT fits the floor.

Where in your body has changed the most?

6. Next have someone gently hold each of your feet for up to 1 minute each.

7. Finally standing up, notice where has your body changed the most?

8. Soak your feet – mud or warm water.