Floor 1 | Mindscapes
When one climbs the ladder and looks around the room, it is seemingly completely devoid of shapes and contours, and the lighting is obscured. The entire field of vision is thus exposed to only one constant, homogeneous stimulus without any contrasts or contours. As a result, the brain takes in significantly less stimuli than in the normal state, and if this state persists over a longer period of time, the body begins to increasingly release its own chemical messengers, so-called transmitters. These are similar to consciousness-expanding substances and ensure that we think we see and feel things that do not actually exist!