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This new app allows users to enter a ‘semi-psychedelic state’ without consuming drugs

Since launching last month, more than 100,000 people have downloaded Lumenate, an app designed to guide users on “a calming and immersive journey of self-discovery.”

Utilizing your smartphone’s flashlight, the app induces a “meditative, semi-psychedelic state” via stroboscopic light and sound sequences.

According to Lumenate, the effects are immediate and their “neural guiding method” allows users to effortlessly explore their subconscious.

Lumenate was co-founded by Tom Galea and Jay Conlon, who met while studying engineering at the University of Liverpool. The duo went on to work at Jaguar Land Rover for several years, on concept vehicles, before leaving their jobs and embarking on a year of travel to better understand what “freedom and fulfillment” mean to different people around the world.

The duo has attracted the investment of actress Rosamund Pike, who serves as the company’s Creative Director, and the Beckley Foundation, which

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