The power of shutting down your senses: how to boost your creativity and have a clear mind
“Many floaters experience hallucinations as their brains respond to not getting sensory input. This is part of the vivid mental imagery I mentioned earlier—your brain is relaxed enough to visualize strong images you wouldn’t see normally.”—Belle Beth Cooper. http://blog.bufferapp.com/the-power-of-shutting-down-your-senses-how-to-boost-your-creativity-and-have-a-clear-mind
Lift It: Carving Curl Targets gluteus maximus and hamstrings Lie facedown on floor with head on folded arms, squeezing a 1-pound dumbbell or rolled-up towel behind bent left knee, foot flexed. Tuck pelvis to flatten out low back. Lift bent left leg a few inches off floor; lower. Do 20 reps. Switch sides, repeat.