ABOUT THE LUCIA LIGHT

THE ART AND SCIENCE OF THE LUCIA N°03

The flickering light of the Lucia N°03 invites the brain into expanded states of consciousness (increased alpha, theta and gamma waves) and ultimately into coherence, a harmonic brain state found in experienced meditators or those in trance states. While this is happening on the physical, emotional, etheric and energetic planes, the Lucia N°03 light experience for the light traveler is an immersion into a world of colors, patterns, shapes, deep meditation, journeys, memories, lucid dreams, astral travels, etc.

 
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HOW IT WORKS

THE LIGHT ENTERS THE BODY
The wide-spectrum solid and flickering light enters the body through the closed eyes, travels along your optic nerve and into the central brain (where the pineal gland and thalamus are located). As your cells communicate through impulses of light within the fascia, the light spreads through your body.

YOUR SYSTEM IS ACTIVATED
Waves of light travel through the fascia, and the brain entrains to the pulsing rhythm of the light. As you move deeper into the experience, neural networks and chemicals are activated, your body deeply relaxes and your unconscious world comes to life.

YOU ARE IMMERSED INTO A MEDITATIVE EXPERIENCE
As the visual scape opens, worlds and experiences start to flash before your eyes revealing your inner light. Thoughts fade away as you follow your breath and the music through the unfolding colors, patterns, shapes, journeys, memories and/or lucid dreamscapes.  The Lucia N°03 is a tool for accessing deep states of awareness, making it easier to return to similar states on your own. 

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BRINGING GAMMA BACK, AGAIN

Radiolab | September 11, 2020

Today, we return to the lab of neuroscientist Li-Huei Tsai, which brought us one of our favorite stories from four years ago - about the power of flashing lights on an Alzheimer’s-addled (mouse) brain. In this update, Li-Huei tells us about her team’s latest research, which now includes flashing sound, and ways in which light and sound together might retrieve lost memories. This new science is not a cure, and is far from a treatment, but it’s a finding so … simple, you won’t be able to shake it. Come join us for a lab visit, where we’ll meet some mice, stare at some light, and come face-to-face with the mystery of memory. We can promise you: by the end, you’ll never think the same way about Christmas lights again. Or jingle bells.