TIPS FOR FLOATING – PART 3
CONSISTENCY WILL COMPOUND YOUR RESULTS
This is the third article in a three part series aimed at teaching you how to improve your floatation practice. Each article contains one simple tip that you can put into action today, providing you with benefits both now and in the future
The use of floatation tanks has been linked to many health benefits, including those related to:
- Stress relief
- Improved blood pressure
- Relief from aches and pains after exercise
- Clarity and improved mental function
- Improved mood
- Improved sleep quality
- Increased creativity
- And much, much more!
Although, you need to take a proactive and conscious approach towards your practice to ensure you’re getting the most out of each and every float.
The following tip will help you increase the potential benefits and progress associated with float tank therapy.
Consistency Compounds Results
During your first float, it is common to feel your muscles relax as the magnesium in the water enters your system. Although your body is relaxing, the real benefits related to your state of mind need time to develop.
Don’t expect to reach enlightenment in your first session. Instead expect to increase the benefits experienced in each float as you progress.
The more you float the better you will be at preparation and practice. You will learn what to expect and how to reach a state of calm more efficiently.
Just like learning to tie your shoes, or ride a bike, your first time will be awkward and you may feel like you have no idea what you’re doing. Taking the steps to prepare mentally for each session and incorporating meditation practices, like breathing techniques and focus, will lead you in the right direction.
Be persistent and listen to your mind and body. Doing this will help you discover the best ways to relax and benefit from your float in a way that is uniquely your own.