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Meditation and mindfulness

When floating, we can experience thoughts in a similar way as we might during meditation. Floating also develops the brain in a way that makes meditation easier.

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‘Easy’ mindfulness

Regularly practicing mindfulness can be challenging, yet it offers numerous benefits. Floating provides an environment conducive to mindfulness, making it more accessible. The profound relaxation experienced during floating facilitates entering a meditative state effortlessly.

The deep relaxation induced during a float session creates an optimal environment for entering a meditative state effortlessly. By cocooning oneself in an environment devoid of external stimuli, floating streamlines the process of engaging in various meditation techniques. This includes:

  • Interoception: the ability to sense internal bodily processes

  • Attention-regulation: directing our attention somewhere without being distracted

  • Self-regulation: determining our physical response to a stressful environment

So, whether you’re a seasoned meditator seeking deeper states of awareness or someone struggling to maintain a consistent practice, floating provides invaluable support. It helps develop mindfulness by nurturing heightened awareness, fostering sustained attention, and empowering individuals to respond to life’s challenges with greater resilience and clarity.