death for breakfast
We do not believe in ourselves until someone reveals that deep inside us something is valuable, worth listening to, worthy of our trust, sacred to our touch. Once we believe in ourselves we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight or any experience that reveals the human spirit.
E. E. Cummings

(Source: misswallflower)

keraunopathy:

get ready motherfuckers im turning this house into a damn spaceship

vintage Jenny Holzer patches
furples:

Alexandre Herchcovitch Spring 2009
The water is loaded with more salt than the Dead Sea, and both air and water are kept at skin temperature, so that as you float it is hard to say where body ends and environment begins. Once the lights are off, the darkness is total. The tank offers a reduced sensory experience as close to nothingness as you can get.

[…]

“You’ll hear things that you don’t normally hear,” Zeiger had said as he prepped me in his living room. “Your heart beat, your blood flow. A lot of people report hearing a quiet, high-pitched whine, which is your nervous system.”

[…]

Some subjects report powerful emotional experiences, as in a particularly intense session of psychotherapy, and nearly all subjects report greater relaxation and an elevated mood after floating.

Postcards from the Edge of Consciousness – fantastic Nautilus essay on sensory deprivation by Meehan Crist.

John Cage, unsurprisingly, was a fan of sensory deprivation chambers.

(Source: explore-blog)