Who Floats? and Why?
We all have our reasons why we come to Floating the very first time - and we all have our reasons why we continue and deepen the practice. We find that Sensory Deprivation has a learning curve and an accumulation effect and even with a 100+ completed floats I crave that time and space for myself and learn something - each and every time... Here are people - famous and not yet - who are already on their float journeys.
What will your float story be?
Entrepreneur & New York Times Best Selling Author
Tim Ferris has experimented with flotation as an accelerated means to learn new languages in addition to enjoying the reduction in stress and anxiety.I found it to be one of the most anxiety reducing experiences I've ever had."
"The sensory deprivation chamber has been the most important tool that I've ever used for developing my mind, for thinking, for evolving.
It's like layers of an onion, when you first start doing the isolation tank you can only get a couple layers of the onion in, a couple skins loose, you cant really go to the core its too hard, its too hard to completely let go of who you are, but as you get beter at it, and as you get more and more comfortable with the experience you get better at actually letting go, really letting go, letting go from letting go, letting go from the feeling of letting go, letting go from that point, ok I've let go, no you havent let go more, and then you become gone, you disappear, while your disappearing this is what happens; you start thinking I cant believe I'm disappearing then your back again you got to start from square one, you got to let go and let go and let go and you got to get to the point where you literally completely relax.
Your body it gives you amazing energy, the tension release you have from a couple of hours in the tank is incredible you feel lighter, you feel like more oxygen is in your body, you feel like more vibrant and its just because you have somehow or another calmed the tension, its incredible!"
Watch why Stephen Curry considers sensory deprivation crucial to his atheltic success.