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How starting a little, retail business set me on the path to spiritual advancement.
Ever since the first time I floated, I knew I was going to open a float center. It was just something I had to do. What I experienced in the tank that day changed me forever and starting and running this business over the last two years has been nothing short of the perfect script for spiritual advancement. I’ve learned more than I ever dreamed of about myself, business and the meaning of life through this process but I didn’t come at all the way I expected. Or, gently.
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Top performers are great at training but not all are great at recovery. Taking a whole day to recover can somehow be worse torture than long runs on Sundays. What if there was a way you could get all the muscle recovery benefits in just an hour or two? What if you could also get a mental edge and nap at the same time? Well, you can!
What is "floating," anyways?
Floating is just a cool name for a very real therapy, often called Sensory Deprivation or Restricted Environment Stimulation Therapy (R.E.S.T.). Floating happens in a 'float tank' which contains about 10" of water and 1,000 pounds of Epsom Salt, allowing you to float effortlessly on the surface. The water and air is heated to 93.5 degrees Fahrenheit, which mirrors the surface temperature of the skin. Add soundproofed walls and light controls and it feels more like floating through space than it does a hot tub.
Why would anyone float in a salt water tank, you ask? Well...
If you've ever had a perfect float session before, you know the feeling: you lose your limbs somewhere in space, the mind drains of its thoughts like a bucket with a hole in the bottom and you can't tell anymore what is air and what is water.
You come out of the tank feeling reborn - like you just visited a masseuse, a therapist and took a 12-hour nap. You're hooked. You want to know how it can be this good every time. Well, here's how you do it...