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Lech Emfazy Stefański // Supernauczanie TAPE

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Polish novelist Lech Emfazy Stefański will launch a Polish experimental label in January 2023.A limited edition of 50 cassettes from Alicja.It is a work that he made for allusion in 1990.Surreal stories and meditation music alternate.Comes with DL code.Below is an explanation by the label.

“What I can say about myself is that I was programmed as a child and very young, like an artificial intelligence in science fiction.”

Lech Emfazy Stefański painted a turning point in his youth through the programming process. In 1955, he established a famous theater on Tarczynska Strasse in Warsaw, which led to his greatest achievement.It also led to his involvement in psychotronics, a camouflage for occult and parapsychological activities accepted by the authorities in late socialist Poland.This programming was also the basis for developing 16 cassettes for synchronizing the cerebral hemispheres and his superlearning practice.

"I won an award for my dance!"

Stefański was fascinated by the allusion of the Bulgarian researcher Georgi Rozanov.He had used hypnosis himself and knew its limitations, so the less invasive method of influencing people's minds appealed to him.Suggestions are not meant to intimidate or enslave, but to activate hidden powers and energy reserves.In order for suggestion to be effective, it is necessary to put the person in the mental state that one feels when listening to a concert: one that is internally relaxed, passive, and at the same time awake. There was.According to Rozanov's research, a person's extraordinary talent is revealed in the brain wave alpha rhythm (1 to 7 times per second).This condition is induced by baroque music.This discovery led to the popularization of sound sources recorded on cassette tapes for meditation and awakening potential.

Stefański wasn't satisfied with the products on the market and decided to launch his own series of tapes.And at this point, the story, which would have probably remained an esoteric curio, takes a turn again.Stefański went to the New Music Hall of Fame and asked for help from Krzysztof Slifilski of the Polish Broadcast Experimental Studio.He gives sound sources and precise instructions.Engineers processed the output recordings so that the phasing of sounds between channels corresponded to frequencies that helped synchronize the cerebral hemispheres. Szlifirski describes the result of this collaboration as "an accident at work."

oozing man

Each cassette consists of two elements: an exercise part and a music/meditation part.Stefański was interested in creating hypnotic images, or hallucinations, that are perceived at the boundary between waking and dreaming.As such, the cassette contains a surreal narrative to bring the adept into resonance with Facing.This cassette is preferably listened to with headphones in a stereo set.Facing, for example, can then be synchronized in such a way that language can be learned instantly.Mind programming was about to become widespread in a new form.

Emphasis fell into place.Dance like you can't.While the helper blushed.And when I started speaking, I found that my head was well organized.
Milon Bialowoszewski, Tajny dziennik (Secret Diary), Znak Publishing House, Krakow 2012, p. 450.

Who did the first programming to rearrange Stefański's scrolls so that he could create his own conditioning scheme?It was guided by reading the writings of the writer, playwright and painter Stanislaw Ignacy Wickiewicz.His passion for psychoactive substances must have struck a chord with the young Stefanski.Ultimately, however, the taped story is a vision of himself in its purest form, and his experience of it leads to the full spectrum of human brain potential.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Alicja releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 50. Includes DL code.

text by Daniel Muzyczuk:

"I can say about myself that I was programmed in my childhood, and then in my early youth. Like some artificial intelligence from a science-fiction novel.

Through the programming process, Lech Emfazy Stefański described a breakthrough moment in his youth. This led him to his most significant achievements, establishing in 1955 the famous Theater on Tarczyńska Street in Warsaw. Psychic activities, which was accepted by the authorities of late socialist Poland. This programming also became the ground from which grew the 16 cerebral hemispheric synchronization cassettes and his super-teaching practice.

I have gained a prize dear to my heart in dancing!

Stefański was fascinated by Suggestology of the Bulgarian researcher Georgy Lozanov. He practiced hypnosis himself and knew its limitations, so a less invasive method of influencing the human mind seemed attractive to him. After all, suggestion does not intimidate and enslave, but it can activate hidden forces and energy reserves. In order for the suggestion to be fruitful, it was necessary to introduce a person into "the mental state in which a person listening to a concert finds himself: into a state of inner relaxation, passivity, but also vigilance. ." Lozanov's research has shown that extraordinary abilities in a person are revealed at the rhythm of alpha brain waves (7-14 cycles per second). According to him, this state can be aroused by baroque music. The discoveries led to the popularity of audio materials on cassettes, which were used for meditation and awakening hidden potential.

Emfazy came with a tape recorder. (…) I stared into his eye, he into mine. He said it turned into different faces, that a window on the skin, I burst out laughing. I said his eye is getting a little bigger, He said - No, no, no. But I checked that Emfazy has circles under his eyes without staring. (…) After the third turn taxiing in the head. Emfazy waited for action, then he was supposed to play the magical music of various peoples from the tape, for example the Korean flute, after which the sea calms down. (…) Lech Emfazy looked at his watch. - Well, it's late, it has a strange, vague effect on you (…) He took the briefcase, tape recorder. Like a doctor after a visit. Or a magician. He thanked me, I thanked him. Miron Białoszewski, Secret Diary, Wydawnictwo Znak, Kraków 2012, p.

Stefanski was not satisfied with the products available on the market and decided to release his own series of tapes. And at this point history, which would probably remain an esoteric curiosity, makes a turn again. Stefański heads to the temple of new music and asks Krzysztof Szlifirski from the Studio Eksperymentalne Polskiego Radia for help. It provides him with audio material and detailed instructions. The engineer has to process the output recordings so that the phasing of the sound between the channels corresponds to the frequency that supports the synchronization of the hemispheres Szlifirski describes the effects of this cooperation as an "accident at work".

a man wakes up

Each of the cassettes consists of two elements: an exercise part and a music-meditation part. Stefański was interested in creating hypnagogic images, ie hallucinations that are perceived on the threshold between wakefulness and sleep. Hence, the tapes contain surreal narratives that are supposed to lead the adept towards resonance with phasing. Cassettes should be listened to with headphones on a stereo set, because only then will the phasing be able to perform synchronization, which can enable, for example, rapid learning of foreign languages. Mind programming was to take on a new, universal form.

Emfazy came in. Dancing impossibly. With a helper also dancing. And as he began to speak, it turned out that his head was well organized.
Miron Białoszewski, Secret Diary, Wydawnictwo Znak, Kraków 2012, p. 450.

Who did the first programming that rearranged Stefanski's brain and allowed him to create his own conditioning mechanisms? This was the result of reading the writings of the writer, playwright and painter Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz, whose passion for psychoactive substances must have resonated with young Stefański. But the narrations recorded on the tapes are also his own vision of pure form, the experience of which is to lead to the use of the full spectrum of the human brain's capabilities.

did you stop dancing?"

Artist : Lech Emfazy Stefański

Label: Alicja

Polish novelist Lech Emfazy Stefański will launch a Polish experimental label in January 2023.A limited edition of 50 cassettes from Alicja.It is a work that he made for allusion in 1990.Surreal stories and meditation music alternate.Comes with DL code.Below is an explanation by the label.

“What I can say about myself is that I was programmed as a child and very young, like an artificial intelligence in science fiction.”

Lech Emfazy Stefański painted a turning point in his youth through the programming process. In 1955, he established a famous theater on Tarczynska Strasse in Warsaw, which led to his greatest achievement.It also led to his involvement in psychotronics, a camouflage for occult and parapsychological activities accepted by the authorities in late socialist Poland.This programming was also the basis for developing 16 cassettes for synchronizing the cerebral hemispheres and his superlearning practice.

"I won an award for my dance!"

Stefański was fascinated by the allusion of the Bulgarian researcher Georgi Rozanov.He had used hypnosis himself and knew its limitations, so the less invasive method of influencing people's minds appealed to him.Suggestions are not meant to intimidate or enslave, but to activate hidden powers and energy reserves.In order for suggestion to be effective, it is necessary to put the person in the mental state that one feels when listening to a concert: one that is internally relaxed, passive, and at the same time awake. There was.According to Rozanov's research, a person's extraordinary talent is revealed in the brain wave alpha rhythm (1 to 7 times per second).This condition is induced by baroque music.This discovery led to the popularization of sound sources recorded on cassette tapes for meditation and awakening potential.

Stefański wasn't satisfied with the products on the market and decided to launch his own series of tapes.And at this point, the story, which would have probably remained an esoteric curio, takes a turn again.Stefański went to the New Music Hall of Fame and asked for help from Krzysztof Slifilski of the Polish Broadcast Experimental Studio.He gives sound sources and precise instructions.Engineers processed the output recordings so that the phasing of sounds between channels corresponded to frequencies that helped synchronize the cerebral hemispheres. Szlifirski describes the result of this collaboration as "an accident at work."

oozing man

Each cassette consists of two elements: an exercise part and a music/meditation part.Stefański was interested in creating hypnotic images, or hallucinations, that are perceived at the boundary between waking and dreaming.As such, the cassette contains a surreal narrative to bring the adept into resonance with Facing.This cassette is preferably listened to with headphones in a stereo set.Facing, for example, can then be synchronized in such a way that language can be learned instantly.Mind programming was about to become widespread in a new form.

Emphasis fell into place.Dance like you can't.While the helper blushed.And when I started speaking, I found that my head was well organized.
Milon Bialowoszewski, Tajny dziennik (Secret Diary), Znak Publishing House, Krakow 2012, p. 450.

Who did the first programming to rearrange Stefański's scrolls so that he could create his own conditioning scheme?It was guided by reading the writings of the writer, playwright and painter Stanislaw Ignacy Wickiewicz.His passion for psychoactive substances must have struck a chord with the young Stefanski.Ultimately, however, the taped story is a vision of himself in its purest form, and his experience of it leads to the full spectrum of human brain potential.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Alicja releases available at Tobira.

------------------------

Edition of 50. Includes DL code.

text by Daniel Muzyczuk:

"I can say about myself that I was programmed in my childhood, and then in my early youth. Like some artificial intelligence from a science-fiction novel.

Through the programming process, Lech Emfazy Stefański described a breakthrough moment in his youth. This led him to his most significant achievements, establishing in 1955 the famous Theater on Tarczyńska Street in Warsaw. Psychic activities, which was accepted by the authorities of late socialist Poland. This programming also became the ground from which grew the 16 cerebral hemispheric synchronization cassettes and his super-teaching practice.

I have gained a prize dear to my heart in dancing!

Stefański was fascinated by Suggestology of the Bulgarian researcher Georgy Lozanov. He practiced hypnosis himself and knew its limitations, so a less invasive method of influencing the human mind seemed attractive to him. After all, suggestion does not intimidate and enslave, but it can activate hidden forces and energy reserves. In order for the suggestion to be fruitful, it was necessary to introduce a person into "the mental state in which a person listening to a concert finds himself: into a state of inner relaxation, passivity, but also vigilance. ." Lozanov's research has shown that extraordinary abilities in a person are revealed at the rhythm of alpha brain waves (7-14 cycles per second). According to him, this state can be aroused by baroque music. The discoveries led to the popularity of audio materials on cassettes, which were used for meditation and awakening hidden potential.

Emfazy came with a tape recorder. (…) I stared into his eye, he into mine. He said it turned into different faces, that a window on the skin, I burst out laughing. I said his eye is getting a little bigger, He said - No, no, no. But I checked that Emfazy has circles under his eyes without staring. (…) After the third turn taxiing in the head. Emfazy waited for action, then he was supposed to play the magical music of various peoples from the tape, for example the Korean flute, after which the sea calms down. (…) Lech Emfazy looked at his watch. - Well, it's late, it has a strange, vague effect on you (…) He took the briefcase, tape recorder. Like a doctor after a visit. Or a magician. He thanked me, I thanked him. Miron Białoszewski, Secret Diary, Wydawnictwo Znak, Kraków 2012, p.

Stefanski was not satisfied with the products available on the market and decided to release his own series of tapes. And at this point history, which would probably remain an esoteric curiosity, makes a turn again. Stefański heads to the temple of new music and asks Krzysztof Szlifirski from the Studio Eksperymentalne Polskiego Radia for help. It provides him with audio material and detailed instructions. The engineer has to process the output recordings so that the phasing of the sound between the channels corresponds to the frequency that supports the synchronization of the hemispheres Szlifirski describes the effects of this cooperation as an "accident at work".

a man wakes up

Each of the cassettes consists of two elements: an exercise part and a music-meditation part. Stefański was interested in creating hypnagogic images, ie hallucinations that are perceived on the threshold between wakefulness and sleep. Hence, the tapes contain surreal narratives that are supposed to lead the adept towards resonance with phasing. Cassettes should be listened to with headphones on a stereo set, because only then will the phasing be able to perform synchronization, which can enable, for example, rapid learning of foreign languages. Mind programming was to take on a new, universal form.

Emfazy came in. Dancing impossibly. With a helper also dancing. And as he began to speak, it turned out that his head was well organized.
Miron Białoszewski, Secret Diary, Wydawnictwo Znak, Kraków 2012, p. 450.

Who did the first programming that rearranged Stefanski's brain and allowed him to create his own conditioning mechanisms? This was the result of reading the writings of the writer, playwright and painter Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz, whose passion for psychoactive substances must have resonated with young Stefański. But the narrations recorded on the tapes are also his own vision of pure form, the experience of which is to lead to the use of the full spectrum of the human brain's capabilities.

did you stop dancing?"

Artist : Lech Emfazy Stefański

Label: Alicja