THE PHENIC SYSTEM 1. Phosphene. 2. Acouphene. 3. Gustatophene. 4. Pneumophene. 5. Osteophene. 6. Myophene. 7. Equilibrophene, Gyrophene or Statophene. 8.

Phene of the sense of smell Olfactophene or Aromatophene. 9. Tactuphene Sense of Touch. 10. The subjective perception of time. 1. Phosphene. The phosphene corresponds to the sense of sight. 2. Acouphene. The acouphene corresponds to the sense of hearing. 3. Gustatophene. The gustatophene corresponds to the sense of taste and chewing. In monasteries, monks eat silently while a brother reads a text. The host also allows the production of very good gustatophenes, the taste lingering for a long time. (Remember the sensation of a taste and observe the evolution of your thoughts – Memories connected to food). 4. Pneumophene. The pneumophene is related to the act of breathing. 5. Osteophene. The osteophene is provoked by the vibration of the skeleton. 6. Myophene. The myophene is related to muscular activity. Cenesthesian sensations, sensations of movement (movement of the rotation of an arm, followed by the observation of the cenesthesian sensation).

This phene corresponds to the sense of touch. a session of an hour and a half can be perceived as lasting three quarters of an hour. This phene corresponds to the sense of balance. with the impression of being larger than the limits of the body. Then. oscillating between the infinitely big and the infinitely small. to a certain extent. heat. perception of smells and perfumes. THE PHOSPHENE: A multi-colored patch. if a particular phene is stimulated. that persists in the field of vision for 3 minutes. It is this phene that produces the subjective sensation of moving or floating. these psychic centers or chakras are organs of consciousness. In sacred places of worship. Unusual perception of space: the sensation that one’s body extends beyond the usual spatial body scheme. . towards the infinitely big and sometimes towards the infinitely small. This system is connected to the phenic system. a kind of very pleasant soft wadded cocoon. and sensations of pressure or lightness. This is why. For example. sensations connected to another phene can be perceived. in the dark. the experiences seem to last less than their actual duration. Sometimes. Often. The subjective sensation of a tactile perception. Tactuphene. It is possible that. during out of body experiences. This third sensory system is linked to consciousness. Certain experiences induce a loss of the normal perception of time. There are also thermal sensations: cold. connected to each other. 8. A very strong sensation of emptiness. whose center is located in the inner ear. This latter aspect mainly occurs in a state of half-sleep. and probably others which have not yet been detected (such as the phene of the voice which could be obtained through auditory thinking) are. All these phenes. after having focused on a source of light for 30 seconds. Its first manifestation is the perception of the double: the sensation of being contained in « something » that is not physical. Gyrophene. The subjective perception of time. when it has only lasted a few seconds of real time. of course. Olfactophene. images.) 9. incense is used to stimulate the phene of the sense of smell. Moreover. sways and the sensation of floating. There can also be a rhythmic pulsation of consciousness.7. These are genuine sensations of touch. an experience seems to take place over a long period of time. there is a third sensory system. (Recall the sensation of a smell and observe the evolution of your thoughts – memories. there is the perception of the ground we walk on and objects we touch. This phene corresponds to the sense of smell. 10. which until now has been called "psychic centers" or chakras.

with a bit of experience. the Naturalist Lelorgne de Savigny used it to name a variety of glow worms. Dr LEFEBURE uses this metaphor to show that Phosphenic Mixing. THE 11 KEY WORDS OF PHOSPHENISM: Phosphenic Mixing: consists in associating a phosphene to a visual or auditory thought that has been prepared in advance. Cerebral alternation: corresponds to the alternating functioning of the cerebral hemispheres as Dr LEFEBURE demonstrated in his book «Exploring the Brain through Oscillations of Double Phosphenes». Visual chaos (or aura): this is what we perceive in complete darkness or. in the dark. slightly grainy and milky grey. which means "to appear". but also "to shine". Doctor LEFEBURE created the term "Phosphenism"® from the word "phosphene". In 1838. events or universes . with the eyes open. Phosphenic salt: in an acid/base reaction. Phosphenic techniques permit the restoration of the balance between the hemispheres and thus increase cerebral capacities as a whole. the whole of the physiological intermediaries between the physical senses and the equivalent spiritual senses which. It is a variety of phosphene. Point of concentration: this is the visualization that accompanies all the exercises.The term "phosphene" is derived from the Greek word "phainein". produce the perception of intangible energies. It is comprised of all the luminous mental images that tend towards the infinitely small: a dot of light. reminding us of Phoebus. meaning "light". Co-phosphene: this is the multicolored patch that persists in the field of vision for three minutes. the flame of a candle. It is much paler than the others. One can observe this upon entering a room where a Phosphenism workshop has been conducted. i. by mixing a phosphene and a thought. Phosphenic Mixing consists of associating a visual or auditory thought prepared in advance to a phosphene. The practice of hunting for details in the visual chaos will allow you to organize it and.. It is made up of milky patches or sparks that are almost imperceptible. Diffuse glow: this is the final phase of the phosphene. Phenic system: this is the whole of the phenes. in certain cases. in the dark. Post-phosphene: this is the multicolored patch that persists in the field of vision. there is the production of a salt. The Physiologist Venzac used it to describe the spontaneous sensations of light. a small sun.. after focusing on a source of light. for three minutes after having focused on a source of light for thirty seconds. a new compound is produced. you will be able to trigger a genuine inner cinema. once awakened.e. the Sun. The origin of this term comes from the Greek word "phos". The energy of the room is very intense and can almost be touched.

. provokes extensions of consciousness. A detailed and in depth study of the phenomena and the initiatory experiences will allow you to discover the foundation of an ancient universal knowledge. PHOSPHENOTHERAPY©: a therapy that uses light for well-being. That is why all the exercises of Phosphenic Mixing are practiced at a particular rhythm. a phene related to the skeleton and the perception of time. LEFEBURE's works as a whole. each person will discover that he has the possibility of access to an inner universe that used to be reserved to a chosen few. PHOSPHENOTHERAPIST©: a physician who uses the beneficial action of light on his/her patients. TERMINOLOGY: PHOSPHENISM®: Dr. or «subtle planes». PHOSPHENOLOGIST©: teacher of Initiatory techniques. NATURO-PHOSPHENOLOGIST© (Naturophenology): a researcher who studies the connections between the rhythms of the brain and of the rhythms of nature. PHOSPHENOLOGY®: the study and the teaching of the science of phosphenes.which cannot be perceived by the physical senses. CHROMO-PHOSPHENOLOGIST©: a researcher who is specialized in the effects of the colors of phosphenes. PHOSPHENOMANCY©: “Human sciences”: based on the interpretation of signs that appear in phosphenes. the Synchrophone are devices that permit one to work at a precise rhythm. There is an equivalent phosphene corresponding to all the other physical senses. Rhythmo-Phosphenism: it is a deep study of Initiatory techniques. PHOSPHENO-PEDAGOGIST©: teacher of Phosphenic Mixing applied to Education and Individual Development. adding as well the sense of balance. Through amazing experiences. muscular activity. Rhythmic thinking: this consists of repeating the same thought in a rhythmic manner. The latter. Rhythm structures thoughts and results in the amplification and addition of cerebral energies. When the phenic system is stimulated. breathing. The Mantratron. it provokes the perception of the spiritual planes that traditions call «beyond». the Alternophone. «invisible worlds». through the increase of cerebral rhythms and intense energies.

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