DIY Magic: The Ganzfeld Technique | ARTHUR MAGAZINE The Ganzfeld Technique or the Poor Man’s Sensory Deprivation Tank Tools required : 2 ping pong balls sharp scissors or knife headphones an am/fm radio or a suitable recording of white noise a drawing pad and pencil As a child I could spend many content hours studying the whorls and curlicues in the wood grain of my bedroom door. The arabesque patterns needed only the smallest prompting from my imagination to take on a fecund life of their own and blossom into a fantastic bestiary of mercurial faces and creatures, dragons, imps and gnomic animal heads, each knot of wood providing one eye. How easy it was to slip into the realm of pure imagination then; I practiced the art of daydreaming continuously in the classroom, grades k-8!
Much of the brain is still mysterious to modern science, possibly because modern science itself is using brains to analyze it. There are probably secrets the brain simply doesn't want us to know.
This account was written in 1969 for publication in "Marihuana Reconsidered (1971)". Sagan was in his mid-thirties at that time. He continued to use cannabis for the rest of his life. Carl Sagan on Pot
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no ta, i have that one already, its why exams and the like have never posed a problem to me, i remember in video (or thats the best way i can describe it) if i want to remember where i put something for example i just run the bit where i had it last and i know where it is if that makes sense at all, until i was about 12 i imagined it was how everyone remembered, it amazed me when people told me that it wasnt and i still dont quite know how other people get by in life without it