Triple Flame

Transform your day with the Art of Contemplation!

A year ago Richard Rudd came up with a wonderful idea for an app, and in collaboration with BLVCK STUDIOS, we developed it into a beautiful app which is now available on all platforms.

The Triple Flame’s pausing technique involves pausing for 3 minutes every 3 hours, alongside many people spread across the globe. Regular but short pausing will infuse your busy day with a contemplative state, which can be an incredibly enriching experience. Contemplate with others, and deepen your joy into the silence and beauty that we often miss in our busy lives.

SpellBook – Your Inner MetaVerse

Welcome to SpellBook – the app that challenges the attention economy by reversing the direction of the attention flow. In October 2020, I shared my first ideas on tackling this issue by introducing a reverse social media experience that focuses on promoting introspection and clarity into your own soul instead of capitalizing on the consumption of others’ content.

With SpellBook, you’re consuming your own content in an “inner metaverse”. SpellBook’s Feed-algorithms are designed to prioritize your mental space, promoting practical wisdom and helping you organize your thoughts. Since SpellBook is about your innermost truest thoughts and ideas, the app is made to function offline forever, with no sneaky tracking, and is equipped with military-grade encryption.

After working tirelessly every night since my initial announcement, I’m thrilled to present the first version of SpellBook! SpellBook’s modern UX seamlessly blends with practical wisdom, providing you with a unique social media-like experience that prioritizes your mental health and well-being through custom-made offline-only AI algorithms.

Join the app today and take the first step toward reclaiming your attention!

SpellBook App Screenshot
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UNSTVCK – Uncovering The Hidden World

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UNSTVCK Cover Artwork

My first album, and a raw digital monument

Using sound, text, and imagery, I take you on a journey through the healing of the bedrock of the soul, with deep reconciliation at the end


Thoughts & Musings

Make Chaos Go Away

I’ve turned my poem into a video, using AI-Generated Art (Mid Journey, RunwayML, LeiaPix) for the storytelling. The poem is about feeling the storm and the many polarities of the human condition. Much Love!

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The Function of Religion

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ChatGPT is a Trickster

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Bob & Whisky

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Forget Because

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Thinking: My Friend & Enemy

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Tilting at Windmills [Doodle]

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what does it take?

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Happy 2019 & My Short 2018 Recap

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3 Lessons From 3 Years of Data Science Experience

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