A journal entry from March 2018.
My mom told me about a dream she had once, where she was hugging the moon. The moon, she said, was warm and bright. She described being cheek-to-cheek, wrapped in the glow of a lunar embrace, overwhelmed by pure contentment and peace.
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By Evonne Ermey
Invented in the 1950’s, sensory deprivation tanks are not new. The objective of the tank, or pod, is to create an environment void of external stimulation, imposing total relaxation on the user.
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This time last Thanksgiving, I was having difficulty finding anything to be thankful for. Like many of my friends, I was drowning under the weight of navigating a holiday table set with potential political landmines. In other words, I was set to have a good ol “Pussy Grabbin” time while stuffing my face full of turkey, green beans, and “Make America Great Again” bullshit.
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