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Ever been blasted to outer space?

I’m not talking about a pot cookie..

I’m talking about feeling like you’re floating away in zero-gravity with absolutely no care in the world.

While I’m not a NASA astronaut and likely neither are you…

There’s still a way to command your very own space rocket.

Enter the sensory deprivation tank.

The sensory deprivation tank… or isolation tank… was first built by John C. Lily in 1954 to test the effects of sensory deprivation on the human brain.

The idea was to isolate the brain from all external sensory inputs and see if it can kick-in a higher gear and unleash untapped creativity…

Creativity which is otherwise zapped-up by all the noise and stimuli we’re constantly bombarded with…

Floating in tanks picked up until the 1970s then experienced a lull for a few decades… making an explosive comeback all over North America recently…

Now… there’s flotation spas opening all across the United States and Canada.

So…

How the hell does this thing work? (and why you MUST try it)

The tank resembles a space pod…

One of those sleeping chambers they jump into in the movies where they can instantly sleep off 60 odd years…

The bottom of the tank is filled with a few inches of heavily salted water… I’m talking more than 800lbs of Epsom salts loaded with magnesium and other essential minerals and ions extremely beneficial for your skin and overall health.

The salt acts as a buoyancy device…

You just “float”.

You can’t drown… unless you purposely swallow a gallon of salt water and decide to slam your own head against the ceiling…

All knuckle-head behavior aside…

The water is also heated to the temperature of your skin so you DO NOT feel like you’re wet.

There is no light unless you choose to have a dimmer on…

You also wear ear plugs to drown out the noise.

In a nutshell… the tank cuts off all sensory input leaving you in a zenned-out space world.

It takes about 2-3 floats to get comfortable with it and reach the “zone” quickly… yet you WILL feel tremendous benefits your first time in there…

The first thing you’ll notice when you climb out of there is how relaxed you are…

I’m not talking relaxed like you just had a stiff drink after a hard day…

It feels like an Egyptian deity wrapping you in luxurious silk after a stress-busting massage…

You’ll also walk out of there with a noticeable skin “glow” – a result of magnesium absorption and relaxed muscles.

Many physicians claim that one float is equal to having three or four good massages!

It Is Also A Fantastic Tool To Ignite Your Creativity

If you’re wrestling with an idea for a project… or a sales hook… or ideas for your sales copy project…

There’s nothing more powerful than the sensory deprivation tank to quickly access your subconscious for kick-ass ideas and “aha!” moments…