Touch has the ability to create so many different experiences emotionally, physically and mentally.
A still, firm and loving hand on your heart or cheek can invite tenderness and crack open emotions you may have been pushing down. A feather light touch across your neck may send electricity through your body and a raw scratch may make you feel wild and excited.
We are living in a time where many so people are starved of the touch they need and we have hardly any practice at touching with sensitivity and presence. The art of finding deep pleasure with yourself and others rests in paying real attention to your touch, whether it be firm or soft, and noticing how it actually feels, in your fingers and in the skin or surface that you're touching.