The Deep Self: Profound Relaxation and the Tank Isolation Technique

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Warner Books, 1978 - Consciousness - 334 pages
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"What is reality? That question has motivated a lifetime of astonishing discoveries by one of the most original scientists of our time. Dr. John C. Lilly, who led the groundbreaking experiments in dolphin-human communication, continues to probe beyond the forbidden frontiers of the human mind. In this book he presents his remarkable theory and techniques of "isolation therapy," showing readers how to unfold and experience new self-awareness and harmony. Lilly's research into the effects of total isolation on the human mind began in 1954 at the National Institute of Mental Health where he invented The Isolation Tank Method. Now after 25 years of independent work, he presents his conclusions: methods, means and results of isolation tank experience, with personal testimony by many who have tried it, including Burgess Meredith, Gregory Bateson and Jerry Rubin" -- Back cover.

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