Dr. Dirk Proeckl is a neurologist and psychologist with his own medical practice in Wörgl, Tyrol, Austria. He focuses on the interaction between the psyche and the nervous system and has studied psychosomatic rehabilitation of migraines, the distribution of neurotransmitters within the central nervous system, and the epileptic potentials in the electroencephalogram. He works with Lucia N°03 in his own practice, monitoring the nervous system before and after Lucia light sessions. He recommends that clients have at least 6 Lucia sessions to help reprogram their nervous system.
Dr. Engelbert Winkler is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, and legal consultant for children and youth with his own practice in Wörgl, Tyrol, Austria. He studied philosophy, pediatrics and psychology in Innsbruck, and completed further studies in existential analysis, hypnotherapy and other disciplines.
In 1994, he founded a family counseling institute named Kooperative Familienberatung and is particularly interested in the neuronal basis and effects of Near Death Experience as well as the development of new uses of the Hypnagogic Light Experience.
At the age of 7, Dr Winkler had a transformative near death experience (NDE). This led him to extensively research NDE phenomena analyzing the principals of shamanic, meditative, and esoteric traditions. Inspired by his research, he worked with Dr. Proekl to create the Lucia N°03, to assist in awakening the consciousness of humanity. Inspired by his research, he worked with Dr. Proekl to create this technology, the Lucia N°03, to assist in awakening the consciousness of humanity.
In recent years the doctors have been collaborating on the topic of optimizing their methods within the Hypnagogic Light Experience with the Lucia N°03 and expanding their knowledge of resulting neurophysiological and psychological processes (including the implications for understanding synesthesia).
THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE LIGHT
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.
NEUROPSYCHOLYSIS AT THE BREAKING CONVENTION CONFERENCE IN THE UK
Dirk Proeckl and Engelbert Winkler developed “Neuropsycholysis” as a new approach in the application of a neurological, induced altered state of consciousness for self-exploration and therapy. Neuropsycholysis is a natural process which can be experienced and observed on the physiological and psychological levels and promotes sustainable self-exploration through altered states of consciousness. After more than nine years of neuropsycholytical work in a variety of contexts into the implementation of neurostimulation, they present for the first time a comprehensive discussion of the topic. The therapeutically relevant extension of consciousness in Neuropsycholysis will not be achieved through a drug, but through optical neurostimulation with a light-source called Lucia N°03.
An interview with Dr. Dirk Proeckl and Dr. Engelbert Winkler at the Friends Stansted hall in Stansted, United Kingdom with Sebastian Kaye.
SCHWARTZMAN, DAVID J. ET. AL. “INCREASED SPONTANEOUS EEG SIGNAL DIVERSITY DURING STROBOSCOPICALLY-INDUCED ALTERED STATES OF CONSCIOUSNESS.”
Jan. 4, 2019 - Taking “magic mushrooms”, “LSD” or other psychoactive drugs is definitely one way to explore consciousness, but have you ever wondered if there was a safer alternative? A recent study by Dr. David Schwartzman and his team at the University of Sussex now suggests that flickering light can induce similar states of awareness that psilocybin does. Dr. Schwartzman and his team collected data on brainwave measurements, neural activity and experiential reports during wakeful rest, a psilocybin experience and an experience with the stroboscopic Lucia N°03.
They concluded that: “the ability of stroboscopic stimulation to induce altered phenomenology with marked similarities to psychedelic ASC, along with similar changes in neural activity (increased signal diversity, reduced alpha power), suggests it may provide an alternative to or adjunct method alongside psychedelic therapy.” (Schwartzman, et. al, 58-59).
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