Sensory Deprivation Tank Experience

A sensory deprivation tank is a salt water filled chamber used to help people achieve heightened awareness and relaxation by floating. When floating in the tank, a person loses all sensory awareness. Temperature, light, touch, sound, and gravity are all eliminated and a person is then able to go inward to experience deeper levels of tranquility. This triggers the para-sympathetic response in the body, which aids in the release of muscle tension, lowering of blood pressure, slowing of the heart rate and the release of endorphins (the chemical in the body that makes you feel happy).

This video is about my personal experience is the sensory deprivation tank. Everyone’s experience is different and unique to them.

Please leave your comments and share your stories! I want to know what you think ๐Ÿ™‚

If you are interested in a Life Coaching session, please email me for more information: [email protected]

19 thoughts on “Sensory Deprivation Tank Experience

  1. PerceptiveThought says:

    Interesting plays a major role in higher consciousness. How do
    you know if you are already at a higher consciousness.?

  2. Anacaona Torres says:

    I love this. Thanks for sharing. Going through some dark times these past
    two weeks and last night I concluded that you are my goal. I want to be as
    open as you are. I want to change and I’m struggling because I’ve realized
    I have been conditioned this whole time and I’m not allowing myself to
    project my true self and discover who really I am. I am too hard on my
    self. We have a lot in common in terms of our personalities and your point
    of views. Keep making these videos. They are helping. They are helping me.
    So you’ve got my full attention. You’ve gained a new fan who wants to
    become a better human being. I send you loving vibes from New York โœŒ๏ธ

  3. Regal Ace says:

    Wow, that is amazing. I’ve always wanted to do something like that, like
    going to an indian tent and they have a fire going in it and you’re
    supposed to endure it for hours or something and get your tribe name. Im
    excited for you having that experience! Lol@the conga dancing, err line it
    is. Reminds me of that song anyways

  4. Andy Bowker says:

    Oh my actual god not sure I’d fancy doing that ๐Ÿ™‚ and probably might not be
    a good idea for me as I can be somewhat claustrophobic – but well done x

  5. says:

    Hey cutie ๐Ÿ™‚ You are awesome as!!! Incredibly great looking and the bottom
    of your feet would smell like heaven ๐Ÿ™‚ Sorry ๐Ÿ™‚ The last bit was impulse
    ๐Ÿ™‚ Guess what sweety . . . ๐Ÿ˜€ . . . http://JOHNNYK.TV guesssssss who is
    gonna be getting LOADS MORE TRAFFIC to their channel ;P Cuddles xox

  6. DENNIS HICKS says:

    Hey there guess who? I just watched your sensory deprivation experience;
    good job. Did it make you more or less enlightened? What did you gain from
    it. I try to meditate in the darkest room with a small candle and I think
    being in a dark and very quiet room does make the experience of meditation
    deeper but that’s me…Nice video anyhow ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. The Rain Shimmers says:

    Thanks I’ve been thinking about trying a sensory deprivation session. Now I
    definitely will.

  8. TheBitterIntrovert says:

    This is something I’ve thought about doing for sometime now, the only
    problem is that the closest tank is over 2 hours away… in the USA. Oh
    well… someday.

    Any other experiences that you would recommend?

  9. Orion Xavier says:

    It would be hard to say without knowing what your recurring problems are,
    but I think that everyone is to some degree, “broken” and can never be put
    back together again. You can improve a lot of things about yourself, but
    some things are simply broken and can’t be fixed. That for better or worse,
    this is what you have become. This is who you are now. And I think once you
    accept yourself, people will more readily accept all of you.

    That’s what it’s all about really, acceptance. It requires neither like nor
    dislike. It just allows it to be.

    I’m reminded of that SNL skit with Stuart Smalley who would often say,
    “..and that’s, OKAY.” ๐Ÿ˜› Or his daily affirmations, looking into the
    mirror, “..because I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and doggone it,
    people like me.” LOL.

    Also, 5:39 ..LOL!!

  10. Orion Xavier says:

    Where did you go for your sensory deprivation experience? Float Lab? I just
    saw a video of that place with Joe Rogan, interviewing the proprietor,
    “Crash”. That guy (Crash) was funny and cool. Reminds me a lot of my uncle

  11. Orion Xavier says:

    A lot of people describe it as being one with the universe, but I have to
    wonder if it’s actually more like “you” become the “universe” so to say. In
    other words all of existence is your consciousness. Exactly like, a camera
    pointing into a mirror, that sees a camera in a mirror, ad infinitum..!

Comments are closed.