Mental health and meditation mobile applications have become increasingly popular in the digital era thanks to their convenience and affordability, and now, the genre is entering a whole new experience category with psychedelic apps like Lumenate.
The company offers a way for users to explore their subconscious thoughts and gain valuable insights while enjoying a "calming and immersive journey through a constantly shifting kaleidoscope of colours." Unlike your traditional mobile app, this prompts you to get comfortable and turn your phone around so the flashlight is facing you. The psychedelic app is backed by a well-researched neural guiding method that allows you to achieve "a deeply meditative, semi-psychedelic state within seconds."
Lumenate brings a notable reduction in sense of self, in body awareness, and an occasional but pronounced sense of movement.
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