Isolation Tank Gnosis is an easy and simple approach to meditation, perfect awareness and enlightenment:
- ONE RITUAL – in solitude, you float continuously (24 hours per day) in a tank with no intrusions from any person, place or thing. Only exit for kitchen or bathroom breaks.
- ONE DOCTRINE – “come and see for yourself” is our only doctrine
- ONE RESULT – enlightenment. A camera-like awareness floats outside of the physical body.
You’re still here?
you mean you havent jumped into the tank yet? well, let’s see….
- Perhaps you should try to find a floatation tank near you and float in someone else’s tank before buying or building your own and taking matters into your own hands. Sounds like a nice way to get your feet wet.
- Perhaps you would like to know the historical origins of Isolation Tank Gnosis?
- Perhaps you would like to read about what happened when Harry Palmer floated continuously in the tank for 8 weeks in the 70s?
- Perhaps you would like to read about what happened when I floated continuously for 3 weeks in 2015?
- Or maybe your rational mind would like to work in a sequential fashion through a series of definitions which defines and motivates Isolation Tank Gnosis? If so, then be my guest.
There is really nothing more
- This path is easy
- This path is simple.
- This path is completely self-driven
- This path does not involve any external parties interacting with you positively or negatively.
- This path is your path, this path is my path, from the soothing waters, to the floating high and this path was made for you and me.
Then again, I guess there has to be more
Because to say there is no more would be limiting and we have from JCL himself:
“In the province of the mind, what one believes to be true, either is true or becomes true within certain limits. These limits are to be found experientially and experimentally. When the limits are determined, it is found that they are further beliefs to be transcended. In the province of the mind, there are no limits. The body imposes definite limits.”John C. Lilly, The Deep Self: Consciousness Exploration in the Isolation Tank
Here’s a series of frequently asked questions.
Given the fact that “when love fades, questions begin” (Gene Keys, Richard Rudd) let’s put all questions and their answers in one place and then call it a day.