Well, it was everything that it could have been and more. My appointment with the float tank at Source On High was at 2pm today. Note, I've floated many, many times before as I think I've mentioned in previous blog posts, and each time tends to be a bit different. I've been doing nothing but 90 minute floats lately and this is the perfect amount of time for me. Not too long, not too short, just about right. During todays float, I listened to the DMT activation sounds that I mentioned in the post from yesterday. This was intense, especially not listening to it beforehand, I didn't know what to expect. Each title was 30 minutes long, starting with Delta Waves activation, next DMT Waves activation, and then finally OBE (out of body experience) Waves activation.
It took me about 10 minutes to get settled in, as it normally does, but as I was able to start drifting into this other conscious-like state, I first started seeing lot of three dimensional triangles with once side of them tinted, that brought out an even more 3D effect. A little while later I felt the right half of my brain able to sleep and the left half was completely aware of everything that was going on. This went on for probably 15-20 minutes and gave me this strange lucid dreaming type of sensation. I was able to put thoughts from my conscious mind into the sleeping part and vice versa, which allowed me this intense sense of being able to do whatever I wanted to, go where I wanted to go, etc... I was able to see people and places and have this odd lifelike connection with them as if I was actually there in the moment. The time in the tank went by very quick, probably what seemed like one of my quickest floats ever. I remember going through all three titles of the sounds I was listening too, and recall each one lasting its 30 minutes, so it's not as if I were sleeping. I was awake, but in this very, very deep semi-conscious state, to where I could remember everything. Of course I've only mentioned some of the stronger experiences above. There were smaller ones too, but I want to keep this post at a reasonable length.
After my session was over, I was in a daze for several hours and I guess I'm sort of still experiencing that. It was like I was out of my body, and reminded me of being woken up from a dream and still living that dream at the same time. Sleeping and dreaming tonight should be fun. :) I'm looking forward to my next visit (in February).