This work is based around a multi-modal ganzfeld–a sensory reduction apparatus which utilizes continuous unstructured stimulation to induce non-ordinary experiences. In this installation, stimulation is applied through headphones, a headset with embedded LEDs, and vibration motors strapped to the user's body. The piece begins with a low-frequency drone, a uniform color field, and steady vibrations. Over time, this work breaks with traditional ganzfeld setups as stimuli become progressively structured through the introduction of visual flicker, tactile pulses, and high-frequency decorrelated audio content. Common effects resulting from these techniques include perceived complex geometric forms, kinesthetic disturbances, ambiguity of source localization, and brief moments of a loss of sense of self. The techniques are combined to set the conditions for non-discursive states, where rational thought ceases and a direct perceptual experience is possible.