Sensation Words

Based on the five senses (taste, touch, sound, smell and sight).
These words can be used to describe what is going on in your body.

Moving
Shaky
Trembly
Throbbing
Pounding
Fluttery
Shivery
Queasy
Quivery
Wobbly
Bubbly
Dizzy
Nauseauous
Spinning
Wobbly
Pulsing
Streaming
Releasing
Fluid
Draining
Flowing
Floating
Streaming
Gurgling
Teetery
Tremulous
Unstable
Squirmy
Scrunchy
Effervescent
Twisted
Churning
Convulsing
Lurching
Imploding
Untethered
 

Non-Movement
Paralyzed
Clenched
Knotted
Tense
Tight
Constricted
Still
Blocked
Contracted
Closed
Disconnected
Flaccid
Strong
Lethargic
Limp
Stiff

Texture
Smooth
Soft
Thin
Thick
Dense
Wooden
Dull
Lumpy
Fuzzy
Puffy
Brittle
Jagged
Prickly
Sharp
Hard
Rough
Grainy
Slimy

Colour
*Full Spectrum of Colours
Light
Dark
Radiant
Aglow
Shimmering
Sparkly
Shiny
Bright

Nerve Quality
Prickly
Electric
Tingling
Nervy
Twitchy
Burning
Radiating
Referring
Buzzy
Itchy
Jumpy
Jumpy
Numb
Energized
Sensitive
Relaxed
Calm
Frantic
Bruised
Throbbing
Achy
Tender
Sore
Goosebumps
Nervy

Breath/Air
Breathless
Faint
Light
Suffocating
Thick
Tight
Congested
Suffocated
Airy
Constricted
Inflated
Deflated

Temperature
Hot
Cold
Cool
Warm
Damp
Frozen
Icy
Sweaty
Moist
Clammy
Dry
Heated
Burning
Fiery

Weight/Space
Heavy
Light
Open
Expanded
Expansive
Floating
Spacious
Bloated
Empty
Hollow
Full
Tense
Pressure
Floating
Spacey
Big
Small
Weighted