We started with an innovation to make screen time better…

Lumiate breathes color as you meditate and as you use your device. Research on memory suggests that this pairing can deliver the benefits of meditation by periodically cuing memory of your meditations before fading back into the subconscious.

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…to create a total meditation solution

 
Guided Meditations by Experts   In-app, learn proven meditation strategies, culminating in Lumiate’s master class.

Guided Meditations by Experts

In-app, learn proven meditation strategies, culminating in Lumiate’s master class.

Instant Relaxation   Shift your focus to the Lumiate Light to turn your screen into a guided meditation. Use different colors for different meditations.

Instant Relaxation

Shift your focus to the Lumiate Light to turn your screen into a guided meditation. Use different colors for different meditations.

Limit Distractions   Lumiate fades into the back of your consciousness, can be set to low intensities, and includes settings for color sensitive work.

Limit Distractions

Lumiate fades into the back of your consciousness, can be set to low intensities, and includes settings for color sensitive work.

 
 

Gregory Seton, PhD, University of Oxford

Gregory Seton, PhD, University of Oxford

The expert behind the meditation theory

Greg received his PhD from the University of Oxford and specializes in the theoretical frameworks behind meditation.

Recently featured as one of the top professors at Dartmouth College by the students, Greg is known for his ability to make meditation a part of the life of many of his students, making it more accessible, approachable, and easier to understand. He currently teaches Theory of Meditation, Buddhist Meditation, and Tibetan Buddhism.

Mindfulness programs for focused attention and presence, while somewhat effective, actually ignore that there’s a lot outside of just wanting to be attentive that affects your ability to pay attention. Perhaps it’s a fight with your boss that’s bothering you as you’re trying to work.

You have an emotional cloud around your head that’s undermining your work and ability to pay attention, be creative, and be efficient. All of the things from basic meditations still apply, but not being able to shake these feelings is preventing you from being present.

As an aid to the performance aspect, it would help to move away from the emotional cloud to have enough space of mind to focus on what you want to focus on. If you want to get into a space of mind for focus, basic things like breath meditations don’t do it for you.

Lumiate’s advanced meditations ask you to look into your mind to help you realize what emotional baggage you’re carrying that prevents you from being able to perform like you would like to.
— Dr. Gregory Seton on Lumiate's Upcoming Meditation Program