Mg12 Newsletter July 8 - July 15
I am a child of creativity. My entertainment level with books, movies, and music is stimulated by deep philosophical ponderings, intriguing character developments, and story plot twists that keep me constantly guessing. Yet creativity is not for the faint of heart. Critical thinking skills are put to the test while training yourself to think outside the box can sometimes box you in yourself. The point is that it can be difficult. This is why I find sensory deprivation tanks so interesting. These darkened water chambers are meant to float in, eliminating most of all your sensory inputs (sight, sound, and feeling). This allows the body to feel weightless as it is the closest thing to zero gravity without going out of our atmosphere. Muscles that are normally tense will relax in this new environment, and theta waves in your brain, which are normally triggered at your deepest points of sleep, can be obtained consciously while in these chambers. Many users of these tanks claim that it is a key ingredient to eliminate both stress and creativity blocks. The best part is salt is needed an important part of the floatation process. The topical application of the salt in the tanks promotes healthy body and mind. Check out this website to learn more about these unique experiences.