Subspace differs from individual to individual. People have described subspace as entering a blissed out dreamstate, while others have compared it to being in a trance. Other common accounts describe it as feeling floaty, foggy, euphoric, or like an out-of-body experience. Subs in subspace may have a higher pain tolerance, have difficulty speaking, and lose all sense of time. 

Experiencing subspace, also known as a "subspace high," is a concept often associated with BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Dominance, Submission, Sadism, and Masochism) practices. It refers to a deeply euphoric and altered state of mind that some individuals may enter during intense BDSM scenes or power exchange dynamics. While the specific experiences and sensations can vary between individuals, here are some general guidelines to help you explore subspace fully:

  1. Trust and Communication: Establish a foundation of trust with your partner(s) and engage in open communication. Discuss boundaries, limits, desires, and expectations beforehand to ensure a safe and consensual experience.

  2. Consent and Consent Withdrawal: Subspace involves relinquishing control, but it's crucial to establish a framework of informed and enthusiastic consent. Establish a safeword or a non-verbal signal to pause or stop the scene if needed.

  3. Build Intensity Gradually: Start with light BDSM activities and gradually increase the intensity as you become more comfortable. This allows your mind and body to adjust to the sensations and emotions that come with the experience.

  4. Focused Mindfulness: Concentrate on the present moment and embrace the sensations, both physical and emotional. Focus on your breathing and the physical connection with your partner(s). Let go of distractions and enter a state of mindfulness.

  5. Surrender and Letting Go: Allow yourself to surrender control and trust your partner(s) to guide the scene. Embrace the vulnerability and let go of any inhibitions or concerns. This surrender can help you access deeper levels of subspace.

  6. Sensory Stimulation: Engage in activities that provide intense sensory stimulation, such as impact play, bondage, sensory deprivation, or power exchange dynamics. Explore different sensations and find what resonates with you.

  7. Aftercare: Aftercare is crucial for the well-being of all participants. After the scene, engage in nurturing activities like cuddling, gentle touch, or verbal reassurance. This helps in grounding and transitioning back to a normal state of mind.

Remember that everyone's experience of subspace is unique, and it may take time and experimentation to discover what works best for you. Prioritize safety, consent, and open communication throughout your exploration. Consider seeking guidance from experienced practitioners or joining BDSM communities where you can learn from others' experiences and expertise.