The platform helps you become to more creative while you are working with your computer.
Involuted Video Explanation
The Kundalini Connection Platform
I spend most of my “computer time” working on my websites and doing software development.
Here I am presenting a technique for combining several things together that help induce a connected state which is conducive to creativity, flow, and focus:
- relaxing music (specifically music featuring Binaural Beats)
- The Kundalini Smiling Mirror
- the compositing window manager included with modern versions of Windows
The following statements are asserted to be true:
- Creativity is something that naturally emerges as our body connects to higher than average amounts of consciousness.
- Smiling has many health benefits, and sets off a cascade of positive physiological changes which are conducive to connection.
- Gentle music music helps induce the relaxation response, which is also conducive to connection.
- Geometric patterns and colors tend to stimulate non-verbal creative thinking.
(Note: these steps probably only work for Windows 10)
- Download the software WindowTop, which is available here.
- Download the Kundalini Smiling Mirror, which is available here.
- Download the Van Go Display Engine. (Note: this is currently unavailable; instead of this, #4 below recommends just using pre-generated full screen visuals such as for example from YouTube.)
1. Play some relaxing music that you enjoy. I really like this one:
2. Make sure WindowTop is running on your computer
3. Open The Kundalini Smiling Mirror, stick it in on a convenient place on your screen, and set it to always be on top. As you work, glance at it occasionally; it gamifies smiling by providing visual feedback each time you smile.
4. Play a geometric fractal type pattern full screen, probably in the form of a youtube video, such as:
5. Set the opacity level for the window you are working with (i.e. your word processor, web-browser, etc) so that you can see the visualization behind it.
6. Breath, Smile, Relax, Connect… and CREATE.
The idea presented here suggests using pre-rendered background visuals in the form a youtube videos.
The next iteration of this idea will instead utilize a real-time visualization-engine derived from MilkDrop, which I am calling the Van Gogh Display Engine.
Having the visuals generated in real-time opens them to be influenced by metrics calculated by other software components, for example a “smile event” calculated reported by the Kundalini Piano Mirror.
For additional background information, please read about my concept of a Measure-Analyze-Display (MAD) Feedback loop.