3 New Gratitude Games For An Infinity Of Inspiration

Maxwell Akin
4 min readFeb 15, 2024

Our goal, with this essay, is to share.

To share three games.

Or, perhaps, systems, methods, tools; ad infinitum.

You can use the language that works for you.

All of these are rooted within one concept.

The concept, in question, is as follows: your feelings, emotions, sensations — ad infinitum — are creative.

If you channel them deliberately, you can manifest or attract — ad infinitum, of course — what you desire.

Our central feeling, then, is gratitude.

You can find three fun, pleasant, and useful gratitude games, in the sections right below.

A Simple Game

The title is wrong.

All of these games are simple. But, that is not what this section is about.

Rather, this section is about the goal or intention — ad infinitum — that these games serve.

Our first game is about renewed awe, appreciation, inspiration — ad infinitum — for an idea or concept — ad infinitum — that resonates with you or interests you; ad infinitum.

Just as an example, infinity or the power of mathematics or gratitude; ad infinitum.

All of those resonate with me. And, by playing this game, my inspiration and awe, towards them, will grow.

Or, perhaps, expand, renew itself, present itself; ad infinitum.

Our second game is all about books.

No, not just books.

Films. Games. Essays. Stories. Music.

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

You can use this game to find or attract — ad infinitum — new books and films — ad infinitum — that blow your mind, inspire you, transform your life; ad infinitum.

Our third, and final, game is very similar to the first game.

But, there is one notable difference.

You can play this game to attract or make or find — ad infinitum — new, truly inspiring, mind blowing, awe-inducing — ad infinitum — ideas, concepts, notions; ad infinitum.

And, with that out of the way, let’s begin!

Game 01: A Renewed Appreciation

Our first game is about experiencing renewed awe, inspiration, enthusiasm — ad infinitum — for a concept or idea or notion — ad infinitum — that you love or are interested in; ad infinitum.

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

To play this game, select something you love.

Or, at least, something that interests you or that you like; ad infinitum.

Right after you do so, define your context.

Your context, as it were, might be:

  • Renewed awe.
  • New ideas for your selection.
  • More inspiration.
  • Renewed passion.
  • A sense of flow.

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

Right after you select your context, appreciate seven things.

Seven elements, bits, components — ad infinitum — of what you have selected.

You can appreciate these things by thinking about them, writing them down, affirming them; ad infinitum.

Just as an example, you can appreciate your renewed awe, the new ideas you have experienced, the lovely nature of the inspiration you are experiencing, your appreciation for the concept.

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

You can appreciate those things, allowing yourself to feel a sense of appreciation or gratitude — ad infinitum — even if it isn’t very strong or tangible.

Right after you do so, you can let go, and allow things to arise.

Or, if you want, you can conduct an action or do something — ad infinitum — afterwards, in order to further the process.

All in all, this game, like the two others right below, is infinitely flexible.

Game 02: You Are Blowing My Mind

Our second game is very similar to the first game.

But, this time, you must appreciate something else.

You must appreciate the books or films or games — ad infinitum — you are enjoying.

And, you must appreciate seven or so — ad infinitum — elements or bits or components — ad infinitum — of that.

Just as an example, you can appreciate the wonderful books you are reading, the fact that they are on a particular topic or subject — ad infinitum — that you love, the ways in which they have expanded your world, the wonderful wealth of awe you are enjoying.

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

You can conclude this game by letting things go.

Or, you can take action, such as by looking up books or something of that sort; ad infinitum/

Game 03: Infinite Novelty

Our third game is just like the first two.

But, this time, you are appreciating a new idea.

Or, concept, notion, paracosm, path; ad infinitum.

You are appreciating seven or nine — ad infinitum — elements or bits — ad infinitum — of your new concept.

Just as an example, you can appreciate the vastness of your new concept, the paths that it opens up, the fact that it inspires you to write a book about it.

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

You can finish this game by letting it go and, therefore, allowing things to flow.

Or, you can take action, such as making a list of ideas or doing something of that sort.

The possibilities, potentials, paths — ad infinitum — are vast and infinite; ad infinitum.

Conclusion

Just to wrap this up, there is one thing to share.

None of this was meant to be read by anyone.

Seriously, it wasn’t.

All of this is my own, undiluted passion, flowing through odd language and bizarre ideas.

Even so, though, these ideas, as odd as they are, work.

They really, really work.

And, that is why you can find them in the essay above.

Regardless of that, though, thank you so much for reading.

If you wish to reach me, you can do so by sending an email to “maxwellcakin@gmail.com.”

Best wishes and have a fantastic day!

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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”.