|Sensory Grounded Experience is a personís or groupís actual subjective experience of an event. In Process Oriented symptom work, for example, we unfold the sensory grounded aspect of the disturbance to discover itís meaning. For example, if a person has a headache, the sensory grounded aspect of the experience might be a pounding sensation. Because ďpoundingĒ is in the movement channel, the practitioner might ask the client to make a pounding movement, and can further unfold this movement to discover the deeper meaning of the headache. Similarly, when we see a personís foot tapping, we might project impatience onto it, but by following the sensory grounded experience of the person, we might find excitement or anger.