3 Fun Concepts Regarding The Infinite Connections Within Everything

Maxwell Akin
4 min readJun 13, 2024

--

Our intention, with this essay, is exploring.

Exploring what?

Some of the ideas found within our “Everything Is Connected: A Lateral Thinking Tool” essay.

So, with that in mind, let’s begin!

Concept 01: The Infinitude Of Connection

Our first idea is that everything is connected.

But, even more than that, everything is associated with, linked to, and even bound within, everything.

Everything. Anything.

All things.

You get the idea.

Our notions of associations, links, and boundaries are, of course, endless; there are infinite connections, associations, links, boundaries — ad infinitum; the chain keeps going, forever and ever — to everything, anything, and all things.

And so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

You can step into a single set of connections between, say, “methods” and “water.” But, in doing so, you would never reach any endings, boundaries, or limits to the connections that exist within, and between, the two things.

All of this is exciting. And, furthermore, it is something you can use to facilitate your infinite creativity.

Concept 02: Facilitating Our Infinite Creativity

Our second idea is that finding — and making — new connections, is an act that facilitates our infinite creativity.

Or, at the very least, it actively allows us to access our infinite creativity, all of which is present within us.

The reason for this is as follows: finding/making connections forces us to experience the universe in a new way.

A new way that honors the infinite and, in turn, the unending riches of our endlessly vast universe.

If we step within this way of thinking, and allow it to pass over us, our minds stretch and expand.

And, in stretching and expanding, new ideas are born with remarkable ease.

My explanation for the phenomena outlined above is as follows: thinking in a new way brings you into a place where new ideas, that exist beyond your habits/assumptions, are allowed to arise.

And, therefore, they do.

Concept 03: Growing New Ideas

Our third concept can be boiled down to the act of growing new ideas.

Or, perhaps, finding new ideas.

You can come up with ten connections that exist between two things: methods and water.

The ten connections we came up, with regarding “methods” and “water,”are as follows:

  1. Certain methods can be used to find or harness — among other things — water in different ways.
  2. Every method arises from water, in the sense that our brain has a vaguely liquid, watery aspect.
  3. We came from water, in a certain sense, so methods arise from water, in that way.
  4. The concept of a “method” is, on some level, rooted within language, just as the word “water” is.
  5. You can make methods that involve water and using water or harnessing it or finding it; ad infinitum.
  6. Water can stimulate our creativity and make it easier for us to make methods and systems; ad infinitum.
  7. A random invention idea came to me: water, powered by intention, that stimulates that ability.
  8. “Water” is a concept, as are “methods;” right within both concepts, there are infinite others, in a way.
  9. Methods can lead to health — such as methods for healthy living — and water does the same thing.
  10. Water is connected to methods because without water we couldn’t invent or use — ad infinitum — methods.

On its own, these are nice. But, are they “good ideas?” And, furthermore, can they be used?

The answer to the two questions outlined above is “Yes.”

Our “Yes,” though, is predicated on one more thought that must be clarified: these are good ideas that can be used, but not in the ways you may assume.

Right within the sixth connection, there is a neverending abundance of new ideas, concepts, notions — ad infinitum, of course — centered on, rooted within, and born from — ad infinitum, of course — rituals for making methods, using water to stimulate one’s creativity, and the ways in which we can anchor water to feelings.

And so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

Just within these ideas, there are an infinite wealth of new ideas that guide me towards new methods, new perspectives regarding methodologies, new visions of water and its effect on creativity, the ways in which our diet can affect our creativity, making new habits to facilitate our infinite creativity; and so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

You can dive into these ideas and find/make infinitely more.

But, it all begins with connection. And, it is this act of finding/making, then, that can, and does, guide us to the awareness that there are an infinite wealth of ideas within all things.

All of these ideas are accessible to us, so long as our minds are ready to grasp them.

Conclusion

Just to wrap this up, none of these are especially good.

But, even so, my hope is that these ideas inspire you to access your own infinite creativity.

No matter what, though, please have a great day!

--

--

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”.