Joe Rogan The Sensory Deprivation Tank
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[Joe Rogan The Sensory Deprivation Tank]
[Joseph James “Joe” Rogan (August 11, 1967)] Source: LYBIO.net
The sensory deprivation chamber has been the most important tool that I’ve ever used for developing my mind, for thinking, for evolving.
The tank is filled with water the water is heated to the same temperature as your body and there’s eight hundred pounds of salt in the water, so you just float there and relax, and because the water is the same temperature as your body you don’t really feel it after a while.
It’s like layers of an onion, when you first start doing the isolation tank you can only get a couple layers of the onion in, a couple skins loose, you can’t really go to the core its too hard, its too hard to completely let go of who you are, but as you get better at it, and as you get more and more comfortable with the experience you get better at actually letting go, really letting go, letting go from letting go, letting go from the feeling of letting go, letting go from that point, ok I’ve let go, no you haven’t let go more, and then you become GONE, you disappear, while your disappearing this is what happens; you start thinking I can’t believe I’m disappearing – fuck, then your back again you got to start from square one, you got to let go and let go and let go and you got to get to the point where you literally completely relax.
And your body, it gives you amazing energy, your body, the tension release that you have from your body a couple of hours in the tank is incredible you feel lighter, you feel like more oxygen is in your body, you feel like more vibrant and it’s just because you have somehow or another calmed the tension, its fuckin incredible man!
The first 20 minutes or so, for me at least, it’s like a – it’s like a – a sort of a seminar on my life. It shows me all the different issues in my life that I don’t like and that I need to fix and things that are bothering me and things about my own behavior that could’ve been better and things that where I’m disappointed in myself.
[Joe Rogan] Source: LYBIO.net
And then it’ll show me some things where I’m on the right track. “This is good. Continue here. Continue doing this. Continue thinking like this. Continue exploring these ideas.” But then once it gets me done, it’s like, “Let’s clear out all this bullshit in your life, then let’s think about the big picture.” And then it goes from that to, like, this sort of relaxing (you know) position, you know, where my whole body is just settled into the experience. And then it’s like—it’s just pure thought. It’s like the mind completely untethered from the body. And then I start contemplating everything. I start contemplating the universe and contemplating, you know, the role of human beings and each individual’s actions all accumulating together into one specific event. I start thinking all kinds of crazy, crazy shit, but without the body in the way.
You know, even us having this cool conversation here, we’re sitting here on a couch, we’re looking at each other, we’re looking at computers and their sounds and noises and there’s a lot of distractions. You know, just your body is a distraction. And you’ve got some crazy environment that doesn’t exist anywhere else in the world and it’s fairly inexpensive to achieve. If – if the isolation tank was something where it was a machine and you would have to, like, strap yourself in and they would take you through a course where you would learn how to get to the center of consciousness where your body and your mind didn’t exist, it would be like a ride on Disneyland and the line would be seven hours long. But because it’s this weird sort of an organic method of doing it, it seems strange, like you’re gonna get in this big coffin filled with water and you close the lid – – and people start coming up with reasons why they don’t want to do it. It’s so important. Everybody should do the isolation tank. You will learn more about yourself than any other way. And if you have an aversion to drugs, which totally makes sense, if you think that, like, you know, drugs are dangerous, you get addicted to things, that’s true, you can. If you don’t trust yourself, you don’t like the idea, you can have very introspective, psychedelic experiences naturally in the tank. Everybody should be doing it. It’s a fucking amazing way to think.
I have a concept or something that I’m working on. Two things I’ll do. One, I’ll sit down, I’ll flush it out, I’ll write what I think about things, just kind of off the top of my head. And then, once I’ve done that, once I’ve really kind of explored, then I get in the thank and I rethink the whole thing. And then when I rethink the whole thing, sometimes in the tank I consider other – other places, other points of view, I consider other ways of looking at it where I may not have been as sensitive to another person’s opinion coming from another position. And I look at the whole thing almost like outside of myself. There’s so much thinking that goes on in that tank. There’s so much evolution that goes on in there that it seems like it’s almost impossible to do outside of there because there’s no distractions in there, nothing at all. It’s just the thought. It’s an amazing environment.
[Joe Rogan] Source: LYBIO.net
It really should be taught in schools. All universities should have them. They should have them and they should make them available to all of their students. It’s one of the greatest tools ever for exploring thinking, exploring the way you think, and – and sort of making an audit of all your own personal thoughts and ideas, which ones you’re hanging on to because of your ego, which ones are you hanging on to because they’re beneficial to you, which ones you’re hanging on to because you hate your dad, you know, and he put these in your head and so they’re stuck in there. There’s—it’s so fascinating, man, and so few people do it.
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