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I'm having the feels at a job where I would not normally have the feels

I work at a float center; people come in, float, chat, and leave. There’s rarely been a situation in which my heart strings have been pulled. 539 more words

Work

When the Edges of All Things are Lost

I’ll try just about anything once; raw oysters, ziplining, jalapeno margaritas…even sensory deprivation. If it sounds fun, interesting, a challenge, I can be talked into it… pretty easily.  586 more words

Awareness

Up in smoke.

If you ever need a reminder of how fleeting life is, how ephemeral our individual existences are, pay attention to how fast trends go from en vogue to passe. 1,819 more words

1990s

Naked and Alone: My First Time Drifting in an Isolation Tank

The outside world is noisy. I have waited years for this silence.

I have been anxiously waiting for access to an isolation tank (float tank) but the only one I could find was across town through always horrendous traffic – either around the DC Beltway or through the city.  1,471 more words

Social Commentary

Float On: Local business owner brings relaxation to Metro East

By Caitlin Lally / Alestle Lifestyles Editor

Originally published Jan. 21, 2016

An ominous blue glow radiated enticingly from the room as the smell of salt hung heavily in the air.  1,790 more words

The Alestle

Floating is NOT Sensory Deprivation.....

I want to clarify something for people.

As someone who has now over a year of floating experience and the impact it has on the human nervous system and conscious.. 660 more words

Think Tank

6. The Time I was Sensory Deprived

There’s this new trend in Vancouver where people go into tanks filled with salty water and float for an hour or two as a form of therapy. 589 more words

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