March 23, 2023

Meditation Floating - The McMindfulness Generation's Shortcut to Meditation

meditation floating

Meditation is a practice that can take years to perfect. You have to learn how to silence your errant mind. The McMindfulness Generation wants a shortcut to that, and meditation floating might just be that shortcut.

Floating helps induce brain waves that are similar to those of a meditator entering a state between waking and sleeping. Known as the Theta state, it’s a slow-activity brainwave that has been found to promote creativity and focus.

While floating in a sensory deprivation tank, your brain stops producing the higher frequency Alpha waves that you normally produce when waking up and engaging with logical thought and inner dialogue. Instead it produces the slower-frequency Theta waves which are more associated with REM sleep and meditation.

This is a great benefit for those who are trying to improve their memory or learning skills as it allows them to absorb new information more deeply. This is particularly useful for exam preparation and improving work performance.

It’s also a great way to relieve stress, and eliminate chronic fatigue and insomnia. This is especially helpful for those who are jetlagged or experiencing long-term sleep disorders such as PTSD.

floatation is a great tool for enhancing your meditation practice as it provides a unique experience that is not available anywhere else.

The environment of the float pod is calibrated to minimise all sensory input including visual, auditory, thermal and gravitational. This ensures that you can focus on your thoughts and relax into a deeper state of consciousness without distraction.


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