Friday, June 10, 2016

Sensory Deprivation?

Yay or nay?
I know some people are completely against it.
They do not like their whole face covered, perhaps feel claustrophobic, suffocated.
And I totally get that, but I find it can be a complete new experience.
Have you tried a sensory deprivation suit? 

Looks weird, right?
Let's look at it in a different way.
Imagine not knowing what's coming.
You can't see anything. Your hearing is muffled. Your breathing is heated.
When something touches you, you're not sure what it is. The slap, touch, pinch is altered.

Still not intrigued?

Would you be willing to start with just the deprivation mask?
There are many varieties from completely restricted to ones which have 'air' holes.
Think of it as a few steps further than the mundane blindfold.



I sort of have an affinity for the animal shaped ones...


Maybe take baby steps in this field if you are hesitant about feeling closed off.
Masks period are fun. Begin with a fun half or 3/4 face mask before covering your whole head.
It's definitely a unique experience. 
Maybe it's a limit/boundary you could try pushing.

Just for fun. This is one of me from years ago.
Now, I had to cut eyes in my suit eventually when I started using it for stage, but you get the idea.
(And sorry, here I had on another outfit underneath because I had a two minute change time)
But I was walked on my all fours on a leash across stage in this fun outfit.. 

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