“For all intents and purposes, I could be spiraling through the inky silence of outer space. The only sound I can hear is my own breath, glacially slow, regular, and deep. Whether my eyes are open or closed doesn’t matter; I’m in total darkness, and I’m scarcely aware even of my own body, whether I’m upright or on my back, moving or still. My mind is in a deep mode of relaxation yet feels focused – it’s a state I know from meditation, though one that usually emerges only during long, sometimes arduous sessions.” – Quinton Skinner, Minnesota Monthly (Source)
Many express similar feelings as Skinner when describing the efficiency of float pods are for meditating. She goes on to share: “During my floats, about 10 minutes in the tank was equivalent to a half hour of sitting meditation … That night, I have the best sleep I can ever remember, as though part of me was still floating in that enveloping and worry-free void.“
Stepping outside of the sensory input stream allows your body and mind to experience complete relaxation for the first time. More and more people are reaping the benefits of sensory deprivation.
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