12 Ways To Effortlessly Command Inspiration — A Conclusion

Maxwell Akin
4 min readJul 23, 2022

Our essay series came to a conclusion on July 22nd with “12 Ways To Effortlessly Command Inspiration — Part 04”.

But, of course, since you’re reading “12 Ways To Effortlessly Command Inspiration — A Conclusion”, it isn’t really over.

Rather, this is the true conclusion to our essay.

You won’t find any new methods or radical notions within this essay. But, you will find a collection of thoughts on inspiration as well as my own passion for this material.

So, if you’re interested in that sort of thing, please keep reading!

What Is Inspiration?

According to Google’s dictionary, inspiration is “the process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something, especially to do something creative”.

Or, alternatively, inspiration is “a sudden brilliant, creative, or timely idea”.

Both of these definitions are accurate and actionable.

And yet, they aren’t the full-picture. Not to me, at least.

Inspiration is a state of being that contains a rich array of feelings.

Some of these feelings include:

  • Awe
  • Wonder
  • Enthusiasm
  • Curiosity
  • Bliss

And so on and so forth.

Each one of these feelings is, in its own way, a state of being.

The beauty of these feelings, and the experiences they engender, serves as my primary reason for producing this essay series.

And, yet, there is another reason, as well.

You see, within states of inspiration, a collection of new concepts and ideas often flow towards me. These concepts and ideas serve to engender further inspirational states and the feelings they contain, as well as something else.

“Something else”.

I’m not sure what this “something else” is. But, to me, it is a spiritual sensibility.

A spiritual sensibility that resonates with the unending creative power we truly are.

A sense of awe directed towards what is possible for us.

What is possible for us, in relation to the power we possess.

Something along those lines. I’m not really sure how to describe or define it.

Going back to my earlier point, though, my passion for concepts is what drove the writing of this particular series, as being able to conjure these states, and the concepts they engender, is lovely.

And, yet, inspiration is more than the feelings outlined earlier, or big concepts.

Rather, inspiration is a way of living in the world and experiencing yourself.

A way of living in the world that allows you to appreciate the inexhaustible gifts, blessings, opportunities — and so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum — available to you.

A way of experiencing yourself that allows you to recognize and act upon the magnificent creative power you possess and, of course, truly are.

Once again, this might be somewhat incoherent, as it’s slightly difficult to articulate.

Regardless of that, though, my main point is clear: inspiration is more than just a nice feeling, it is a way of experiencing both ourselves and our world as something beautiful.

Something beautiful, in a way that resonates with me.

Your experience of inspiration, and what was outlined just moments ago, will differ from mine.

This, too, is part of the unending beauty and abundance of our world and who we are.

Your Great Power

You can use the methods outlined in the essay series to conjure inspiration with ease.

Or, perhaps, to step into the state of inspiration, with ease.

You can articulate this in a number of ways. But, those two tend to resonate with me the most.

In my experience — and hopefully yours, as well — these methods work.

The reason they work isn’t quite known to me.

In my experience, though, feeling something as if it is real, and nurturing these feelings, is a recipe for success.

Success in all manner of ventures and ambitions, longings and wishes.

I may be wrong about this. But, in my experience, the act of feeling your wish as a reality is powerful.

You can use such practices to succeed in your ambitions.

You can also use such practices to enjoy the experiences you wish to enjoy.

None of this means that inspiration, or any other wish, will just come to you.

Rather, what seems to happen is that your circumstances and actions shift, so that the fulfillment of your wishes becomes natural and, more often than not, remarkably easy.

Or, at least, easier than it was.

Action is still necessary, more often than not. But, action is who we are, so this is no surprise.

I may be wrong about some of this, but again, in my experience, these things work.

My hope is that they work for you.

My hope is that you find a few methods that allow you to become inspired with ease.

My hope is that you enjoy using these methods.

My hope is that you enjoy what these methods bring forth.

No matter what, though, my hope is that you find what you need to live a life of passion and abundance, as well as anything else you might long for.

Conclusion

As always, thank you so much for reading this essay!

I really, really appreciate it, and I hope that you found this essay valuable.

No matter what, though, thank you so much for reading this essay and please have a lovely day.

Best wishes and many thanks!

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Maxwell Akin

Hey! I’m Max! I Hope You Enjoy What You’re Reading, And If You Want To Reach Me For Any Reason At All, You Can Do So At “maxwellcakin@gmail.com”.