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The intro and first few chapters are especially revealing about the tank itself, and then chapter thirteen is a compilation of tank logs from those who agreed to write about their experiences post-tank, in case you care to experience vicariously until you can find one! The logs are fascinating and read sometimes as though they were straight out of Lewis Caroll's Erowid Vault diary.
I kind of gathered that from the tone of her email These tanks If you're the least bit claustrophobic and many don't think they are until they're inside Nothing but your thoughts. And then you realize those thoughts are random and uncontrolled.
You realize your existence is nothing but a ball of random thoughts. You exist only inside your head. If you survive that far Many never make it to that stage but if you do Some misinformation here I personally haven't had an encounter with anyone that was too claustrophobic for the tank. There are no visual or audio cues with which to measure distance. So its more akin to being in a vast space than a confined space.
The Deep Self: Consciousness Exploration in the Isolation Tank by John C. Lilly
I get the sneaking suspicion you have never floated because you do not seem to understand the experience at all. It's not for the feint of heart and it's not an amusement park ride. It is an exploration into you and what makes you who you are. That can be a little unnerving to some. Good luck.
Have you actually experienced a tank before? Very few people report feeling claustrophobia, so I'm curious as to where you're deriving this information.
by Lilly, John C