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“What if we could isolate the brain from external stimuli? What if we could create an absolutely silent space where we could float in total solitude and near sensory deprivation for prolonged periods? Could we reach a modified state of consciousness in this way? Explore the innermost spaces of our mind? Dive deeper into our imagination?”

…This was John C. Lilly’s question in 1954, at a time when science was exploring the potential benefits of psychedelics for mental health problems.
A few years later, he developed the first sensory isolation tanks

So what’s going on inside?

In perfect darkness, you relax, deprived of all sensory stimuli.
Perception of time and space is altered.
Many floaters report experiencing an altered state of consciousness while floating.
Sometimes hallucinations.
In almost all cases, creativity is increased tenfold.

In short, floating is a great way to get away

…without eating suspicious mushrooms or risking prison

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