A: All the information we receive is received through our senses.

In the context of TACPAC, we are making use of our sense of touch and sense of music. We are all born with a sense of these languages, such that universally they are understood, cross culturally and internationally. Sensory communication by passes the necessity of cognitive understanding and processing. If we pay attention to our sensory vocabulary, and how much we actually do communicate non verbally, we will be surprised at how much communication is conveyed this way. We use facial features (smiles, frowns, etc), body language (shaking or nodding heads, “stop” with our hands, raising our shoulders for “I don’t know” ) etc. We can take note of our breathing in various circumstances. (holding breath for uncertainty, even breathing for calm etc) and a host of other instances of what we call “Sensory Vocabulary”. Most of all in TACPAC we use our intuition. As a giver, you will be using this sense to its fullest ability, to “tune into” your receiver’s sensory communication.