COUNTERMANDING SATURATION In an over stimulated world, where peace and quiet is a rare commodity, we have been...

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COUNTERMANDING SATURATION

In an over stimulated world, where peace and quiet is a rare commodity, we have been forced to create internal conduits to another restorative world or void where the pressure on our senses is alleviated and we can retreat, relax and process.  

Stripping away stimulus as a sensory deprivation chamber would, this void is unconfined by any boundaries, leaving us to float freely tethered only to our simultaneous experience of the everyday world. 

Tapping into this vastness during daily life allows us to operate at our optimum by balancing the drenching of our senses with the comfort of an infinite absence, thereby avoiding overload.  If we choose to access this, it becomes our ally, as a vital cooping mechanism.