Whilst this work holds a message specifically for those in the Fashion Industry, Designers, Architects, Retailers, Psychologists and other professionals, it is principally written as a step-by-step guide for the individual in how to use their own senses and responses, enabling these to become the more primary means determining interaction with the world of materials. The year is 2013. Man as a general species has t yet developed to working primarily by way of the senses and responses. This remains a time when the senses are t just unappreciated in their value to mankind, but general kwledge of the 'X-sensory response system' (X-system) and how to access it is sparsely present amid the society of the day. Shaun Sutton, a practitioner of Traditional East Asian Medicine and acupuncturist based in London, uncovers the significance of the 'X-system' by beginning with his trousers, to question how he interacted with the materials, foods and life of the day. This uncut edition of Shaun's original manuscript instigates personal exploration into a world he describes as 'sense and response friendly'. By way of his own experiences, Shaun documents the challenges in coming to terms with a fresh life view, defined through how he responds to the world, with inspiration from Frankfurt in Germany, Japan, Canada, the USA, his local park and back garden.