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HOW DOES FLOAT THERAPY WORK?

“Almost everything that you turn off and turn on again, works perfectly well “

Amitabh Swetta, Founder, 1000 Petals.

Floatation tanks or sensory deprivation tanks are a water based environment where you lie down in 10 to 12 inches of water in a pod or a room. The water body that is nearly 2000 Litres, is added with 750 to 800 KG of Epsom Salt / Magnesium Sulfate, makes you float ‘effortlessly’ in zero gravity. The light switch inside the float tank can be switched off ‘at your comfort’ allows to you darken the room fully and the water is heated and maintained to your body’s average temperature.

Your brain now gets the the chance to disconnect from the constant bombardment of sensory input and enhance your ability to be cognitive, mindful and introspective. The Biotec grade concentrated Epsom salt solution contains essential Magnesium sulphate minerals that leave you feeling deeply relaxed and vibrant as the tension in your body melts away and your body releases amazing energy. There is simply no other technology or environment that can stimulate these evolutionary effects. Your spine decompresses by about a 2 Centimeters in zero gravity releasing all the tensions we hold in our spine. The epsom salt relaxes central nervous system fully, Making us relax our body fully.

The sensory reduction technique frees our brain from clogged, unnecessary random memories and data. Making us free from unwanted thought structures like stress and anxiety. With Deeper theta state activation, your body finds a way to reaching a state of homeostasis, a state in which your bodily systems are able to reset and to calibrate to it’s optimum functioning. A deep meditative environment first makes you self aware of the state you are in. Answers about how to correct this state lie deep inside of you. As you float more and more regularly, you find these answers for yourself, and you can correct the self and become your own guru by achieving the Let go and finally letting go the idea of letting go.

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Sensory deprivation tanks

History of sensory deprivation tanks

A technique that is new to us but not so new to the Outside world, Float tanks or sensory deprivation tanks or Isolation tanks were introduced to this world in 1954 by neuroscientist Dr. John C Lilly.

In 1954 he invented the world’s first floatation tank, an enclosed saline bath designed for intensive study of human consciousness when deprived of as much external stimulus as possible. This study was further extended in the physiology as the researchers kept exploring this unique soundless lightless space and its effects on human body and the mind itself.

Over the years there are 4000 + peer studies and researches showing us amazing benefits of floatation technique itself. Also called as R.E.S.T. (Reduced environmental stimulation technique) the effects of the floatation tanks show us amazing results on human consciousness and physiology.

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BENEFITS

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INCREASED LEARNING & PERFORMANCE

Experience a state of deep relaxation coupled with focus, where one is in touch with their own intuition and sense of wholeness, thus increasing performance under high stress levels. Keeping you calm and balanced to tackle the worldly issues. worldly issues.