Our tactile sense is that sense which feels skin sensations. Skin is our body's larges organ and covers us up. It includes other than our body skin, lip and tongue skins, and eye skins. Our skin is covered in nerve endings and cilia that feel sensations including temperature, soothing touch, pain, weather, pressure, and more. We grow up using this sense as with our other senses, but are not often acutely aware of our sense of touch in our everyday lives in regard to sensing, always. For example we may not notice how material feels on our skin, unless perhaps we are shopping for a new sweater or cuddling up under a cozy blanket or really thinking about it as perhaps you are in this moment. We are not often aware of how it feels, in a deep way, perhaps, to pick up something or to place something down. Most of us filter out this type of sensory information perhaps because otherwise we may go into sensory overload, and or perhaps because of how much we rely on audio and visual sense pathways and or perhaps because we do not often practice our touch sense consciously. But this sense of touch is very precious. It is a sense that deals with subtlety, and one which layers with other senses like a perfume to heighten us, to what the senses coming together can provide. I have a hunch that this sort of sensory material coming together offers a deeper more intuitive level of understanding ourselves and what is going on around us in regard to environment, and people.