Swimming in an ocean of nothingness.

“Sometimes happiness comes not from what happens but from what doesn’t.” ― Khang Kijarro Nguyen Today after my shift at Beyond rest floatation I decided to have a float, I hadn't submerged myself in one of the salty spaceships for a few weeks so I thought why not? Beforehand my friend who I was working with gave... Continue Reading →

Deep love in shallow water.

“The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.” ― C.G. Jung Yesterday I did some floatation and decided to try something a little different than a meditation technique or just observation, recently ive been playing around with self love/self acceptance practises and have been finding them really helpful for gaining better insight and acceptance over some... Continue Reading →

Floating in empty space.

The empty vessel makes the loudest sound. -William Shakespeare I went down to Salt float studio in south Perth yesterday to do a float and decided this time around that I would cease trying any kind of technique or method, not thinking about anything in particular but just laying there and focusing on fully relaxing... Continue Reading →

Meditation in a little spaceship.

“The irony of sensory deprivation tanks is that in order to think outside the box, you must first go inside one.” ― Ryan Lilly Yesterday afternoon I went down to Salt float studio in South Perth and did a float, I have done a few before this but decided this time to try something a little different.... Continue Reading →

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