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In their new book, "Floating in Quiet Darkness," floatation tank pioneers Glenn and Lee Perry reveal how this space for deep meditation rejuvenates our awareness and creativity.
GRASS VALLEY, CA, January 28, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Floatation tanks are the ideal portal to rejuvenation for everyone from pro athletes and celebrities to stressed-out entrepreneurs and creative artists seeking a distraction-free environment for deep meditation, relaxation, and self-discovery. In their new book, "Floating in Quiet Darkness: How the Floatation Tank Has Changed Our Lives and Is Changing the World," floatation tank pioneers Glenn and Lee Perry explain why.
Glenn and Lee created the first commercially available floatation tanks in 1972; ever since, they have been perfecting them with their Samadhi Tank Company and spreading the word on the benefits of floating. "Floating in Quiet Darkness" includes a selection of vivid personal narratives and photos depicting the depth and breadth of experiences people encounter when floating.
The floatation tank, also known as the isolation tank, was invented in the 1950s as part of scientific research probing the frontiers of human consciousness. Today the tank offers myriad benefits for our over-stimulated, distracted, and stressed-out society, including giving harried humans a time and place to engage in the deepest kind of meditation.
"Many people today experience being stressed or not having enough time away from phones, emails, Zoom meetings, and news updates." Glenn says. "The incessant input and internal mental chatter crowd out our ability to think clearly, focus, and reflect on what matters most. The tank provides a unique space that allows us to be with our thoughts, our intentions, our deeper self. We become much more present."
Made famous by celebrities such as Joe Rogan and in pop staples such as "Stranger Things," floatation tanks are soundproof, lightproof enclosures with less than one foot of water heated to skin temperature. Epsom salt dissolved in the water allows a person to float effortlessly in what feels like zero gravity.
"Floating in quiet darkness with no outside distractions allows adventurous souls to reboot the brain, access a sense of deep calm, and reconnect with childlike creativity," Lee Perry says.
About: Glenn and Lee Perry founded Samadhi Tank Co. and the commercial floatation tank industry in 1972. In their new book, "Floating in Quiet Darkness: How the Floatation Tank Has Changed Our Lives and Is Changing the World," they tell how floatation tanks help people reboot the brain, access deep calm, and invigorate childlike creativity. Learn more at www.samadhitank.com.
For more information, visit the online press kit www.floatinginquietdarkness.onlinepresskit247.com. To request an interview with Glenn Perry, contact International Publicist Michelle Tennant Nicholson: [email protected] or 828-749-3200.
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