GameFlow For Readers(a blog)

Introduction to Game Flow

What is Game Flow and why is it important?

Game Flow is a philosophical strategy to become the best version of yourself. It is a holistic approach to mental, physical, and spiritual health. It can be applied within any belief structure to truly find yourself, find your purpose, and thrive. More than that Game Flow is a community of like-minded individuals also focused on self-mastery and living their dreams. Game Flow is a lifestyle. Game Flow is self-mastery. Game Flow is self-realization. Game Flow is self-actualization. 

Have you ever heard the expression, "Life is just a game."? That is one of the core understandings of the Game Flow Philosophy by MDG. Ultimately Game Flow is understanding the Flow of Life. Once you understand the Flow of life, you can understand your own flow. Once you understand your own flow, you will know how you fit into The Flow. This will allow you to begin the journey to true self-mastery and sovereignty.  Nothing is more important in Game Flow than living in one's truth. The key to following your heart's desire is to unlearn and discard the parts of you that were programmed away from the truth of your self. Game Flow is the manual to the simulation. 

Game Flow is important because our minds have been washed of our true power as humans. When we understand ourselves, we can more clearly see where we fit in the puzzle of life. When we understand the Game we are playing, we can strategize and more clearly define our purpose. When we live our purpose we are happier, healthier, and sovereign. 

History of Game Flow.

It was during one of the darkest periods of my life. The longer my life went on, the more disconnected I felt from the people around me. I started to get the feeling that no-one knew me. On top of being suicidal since I was 8 years old, this was really pushing me to my limits.

 It was in marriage counseling that I realized I had the inability to truly communicate what I felt. So I began to look deeper into myself and started personal therapy. This helped me start but it wasn't enough. Since my marriage was ending I started smoking cannabis again and was actually able to relax. I hadn't smoked much since I had been married since I made concessions about my life for her sake. This was the beginning of my healing. Making choices for me. This excited my intuition and my intuition guided me on the most amazing journey that has brought me to this point. The next big thing for me was micro-dosing LSD. I read a few articles about the execs out west micro-dosing LSD to deal with their depression and anxiety. I had that in spades and was willing to try anything to get out of that funk. I was terrified to try this due to the mental illness that ran in my family. I forged ahead determined to figure out what was wrong with me. When I micro-dosed I was more me in real life than in my head. I liked the version of me that I was when I micro-dosed. I wanted to be that version. This is when my soul-searching began. 

This is when I began to develop Game Flow. I didn't know it at the time but taking the time to isolate and truly understand myself is the beginning of being able to play the game of Life. You can not play any game successfully until you understand the rules. Then you need to develop strategy to play the game. I had none of these things. All I had was my intuition. Something deep inside me already knew how to play the game. All I had to do was listen. Through my own trial, error, and research I began to understand how life worked. More importantly I began to understand how I worked. After I came to my conclusions, I moved on them. This opened doors for me that the old version of me would have never even seen. Understanding how you work is crucial in achieving your dreams. 

Understanding Flow. 

Please read the Tao te Ching. You must understand the world's flow from your own perspective. Understanding your flow is a process. Our life is a series of decisions. I remember ever single major decision I made that went against my intuition. Im sure you remember a couple of them as well. Understand my flow was essentially understanding why I made those decisions and why I went against my own intuition. After analyzing these things you will come to a few conclusions, then you can understand your own decision making process and look for certain things that may hinder the progress to your true goal. Understanding yourself is critical to even finding that purpose. For me, it was easy because my inner child never let go of my dreams. It was just a helluva path to get back on point.

Game Flow and Mental Health.

In my opinion, if you are Neuro-divergent at all, Game Flow is essential to maintaining mental health in a society that does not understand you. Game Flow is a self focused program that not only encourages you to over come your fears but gives you tools to support yourself. There was a time when we didn't have a choice but to survive, There are no excuses. Take this at your own pace. You will see results. You will blow your own mind. You will find strength in you that you did not know existed. Game Flow is for building a strong mind. 

The Game Flow Process.

Stage 1 is the unlearning. During stage one you will simplify your mind and rebuild your understanding of life. This is when you will begin to reintroduce yourself to yourself. 

Stage 2 is Defining your self. You will create the ultimate version of yourself in your mind and on paper. This will be your tuning fork for your future behaviors. 

Stage 3. Being your self. You will choose appropriate times to exercise the new you and new thought patterns. 

Stage 4. Reflecting/Retuning. After trying out the ultimate version of you in a few instances you can retune your parameters and try again. 

Repeat steps 3 and 4 until

Stage 5. Integration. Full integration of self. 

Stage 6. The world is your stage. Game Flow has begun. 

The benefits of applying Game Flow principles to your everyday life. 

Life is a game not a joke. If you take your life seriously and you do not want to die in obscurity with unfulfilled dreams, then you take your life seriously everyday. Everyday is a new day to discover something new about yourself or the world around you. GameFlow gets you out of the box and into the flow. Game Flow will help you conquer anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, relationship problems. Game Flow is the manual to the simulation. All problems solved through Game Flow. 

Game Flow is a valuable philosophy that can help you to live a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life. If you are interested in learning more about Game Flow, I encourage you to visit the Game Flow website or read the book "Game Flow: The Manual to the Simulation" by MDG.

Here are some additional thoughts on the importance of Game Flow:

Leveling Up Your Mindset

How Positive Thinking Can Change Your Life

I know, don't get me started on how lame and unoriginal "be positive" is when it comes to things you've heard too many times in your life. There is real truth in it. As someone who has suffered from anxiety and depression for 30 years, I can truly attest to the power of positive thinking. It is definitely not as easy as just being positive; to truly think positive you must shift your perspective and gain understanding from your shifted perspective. 

I use Game Flow to help me shift perspectives and bring balance to my thoughts so I can choose which variable to focus on. Focus is the key to cultivating a positive mindset. What you focus on becomes your reality and I am sure you have heard this plenty in your life. It is true. We are constantly creating our own realities on 3 levels at any given time. Most of our reality creation happens subconsciously as we are typically unaware of the vibrations that are attracting and molding your current reality. 

Let's take fear for example. When you make decisions based in a fear vibration you let those decisions rule your life. You may be afraid to be in a large group, but your dreams may need you to join a large group from time to time. If you let fear dictate your maneuvers in the Game of Life, you will find more and more things to be afraid and you may never make a forward step towards your dreams and desires. Life is suppose to be scary. Learning how to shift your perspective and turn fear into excitement is the basis of internal alchemy. 

This is done through completing a few mental exercises around your fears, facing them and moving through them to anchor the new construct in the mind that is without fear. With the Game Flow process, it is easy to identify thought constructs that no longer serve you. Then strategize to rebuild those constructs with your ultimate self in mind. 

There are many benefits to cultivating a positive mindset. The only one that should matter is that you want to create a reality that you truly enjoy. Creating a reality for yourself that not only challenges you in the ways you need to be challenges but comforts you in the ways that you need to be comforted to grow into your full potential. Having a positive mindset could be the change you've needed to accomplish your dreams. It definitely had a lot to do with mine. 

Overall, there are many benefits to having a positive mindset. If you want to improve your physical and mental health, reduce stress, and be happier and more successful, then it's worth cultivating a positive outlook on life.

Here are some tips for developing a positive mindset:

Developing a positive mindset takes time and effort, but it's worth it. The benefits of having a positive mindset are numerous, and they can improve your life in many ways.

Using Game Flow to cultivate a positive mindset. 

Game Flow encourages you to take control of every minute of your day. You have full control of yourself and you tell yourself what to do. 

Take some time to write out your ideal day. What does it look like, hour to hour. Then analyze it and ask yourself, how can I make this part of my day serve me more. Then sit quietly with that thought. Your body will respond. If you have been practicing the Game Flow meditation technique then you should be able to hear your body clearly and you can write down the ideas. Then start to implement those ideas in the way that best suits you. 

This process will help set the environment for change. Once you have analyzed your environmental factors, now you can take note of the things that make you think in ways you do not wish to engage in. If you feel yourself getting anxiety or depression or anger, make note of these things and analyze them over time. Once you have found the roots of your emotional disturbances you can make choices about them. How to deal with them or how to eliminate them from your life. As you begin to shape life more and more to your making, it will become easier to see the positives in the negatives and the negatives in the positives. Everything should be analyzed and understood to energetic level so that you can understand your unique situation as it pertains to you and your life. 

How to Set SMART Goals That Will Propel Your Game Flow Journey Forward

Part of learning Game Flow is learning how to Gamify your own life. Setting SMART Goals will help you get there. SMART is an acronym for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound. 

Focusing on your day to day life instead of the larger picture of your life will help you align to your ultimate self with ease over time. You must understand the power of small changes over time.  There is nothing more true than you become what you do . You must understand that this journey is a life-long commitment so we are more concerned with results than getting it done in a certain amount of time. You won't want to rush life once you can actually enjoy it. 

Be as specific as you can.  A good way to start is by mapping out each hour of the day and change or add to whatever you are doing to make it more for you. Breaking our routines is the best way to quickly align with a process that serves us rather than drains us. I didn't realize how much sleeping in robbed me of a lot of my energy. I  spent most of my life sleeping as late as I could. When I broke that pattern and learned my own flow, I became more of a morning person. I was able to appreciate waking up before the heat. Enjoying the vibrations of a new beginning, instead of jumping to alertness in the middle of the day and spending most of my waking hours in darkness. I benefited from making that change. So take a look at your routines and be specific about the change you want to make and let your intuition guide you to the changes you would make on your hourly report. 

Try your best to make your goals measurable. This can get a little tricky when you are dealing with emotions, triggers, and behaviors. The best way I have found to measure some of these more intrinsic values is through self pattern observation. Take note of your own patterns. Look at what you do now, analyze it and think about why you do the things you do currently. This will open your mind and show you that a lot of your habits are carried over from childhood or derived out of trauma. Trauma that we are no longer dealing with has lasting effects. It is important to get to the root of your most draining patterns. Getting to the root of your patterns will help you make real strides in improving your life in what ever way you desire. Once you have analyzed it and understood it, when you make the efforts to change routines you can monitor the patterns you wanted to change or alter by keeping a journal to record your feelings in the new patterns and when you are successful you receive the proper chemical reward from your brain because you are starting to hit your goals. It will snowball from there. 

By taking small steps, this makes all your goals more achievable. This is important to rewire the chemical reward system in the brain. Small steps towards big progress is what we want. We do not want to spike the chemical reward system but begin to regulate it with patterns and behaviors that serve rather than drain one's own critical energy. 

All your small goals need to be relevant to the overall alignment you want to see within one's self. By focusing on small areas at a time you will build the confidence to conquer deeper traumas and fears.  Allowing you to repeat a simple process to address any area of your life. 

All goals need to be time bound. You need to be able to motivate yourself. I recommend at least months 3 months to make a permanent change into your life.  1 month to experiment, 1 month to try, 1 month to decide. When you are looking at small changes and changing small patterns, it will take a short period of time to see results. You will see results when you stick to your own program! 

Setting SMART goals is a powerful way to improve your life. By following the SMART acronym, you can create goals that are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. This will help you stay focused and motivated, and make it more likely that you will achieve your goals.


If you're not sure where to start, here are a few tips:

Starting today:

There's no time like the present to start setting SMART goals. Take some time to think about what you want to achieve in your life, and then use the SMART acronym to create specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound goals. Once you have your goals, start working towards them today!

How to Build a GameFlow System That Works for You

This blog post will dive deeper into the process of creating a Game Flow system that is tailored to your individual needs and goals. It will cover strategies for identifying what works best for you, setting up a system that is easy to maintain, and staying accountable to yourself.


The first step in Game Flow is choosing who are going to be for the rest of your life. Take some time and think about the ultimate version of you. Write down all of their qualities, strengths, weaknesses. Let your imagination run wild and do not deny your wildest dreams. Game Flow is about playing the Game of Life and finding the desires of your heart. Be honest with yourself. Once you have mapped out your ultimate version of yourself, the next step is 

Unpacking your own beliefs. You must understand that up until this point in your life, most of your decisions were made by constructs of the mind that you didn't choose but were placed in and pre-defined options given to you by parents, your work, etc...  Write out who you are now. Be brutally honest. You have the power to create who you want to be in this simulation so get to the core! 

Once you have these 2 versions of yourself mapped out. You can take logical steps to eliminate the behaviors you want to change by facing them at the core and moving into alignment with your ultimate version of yourself.  

Now that you have analyzed your life and understood the patterns and behaviors you want to adjust it's time to begin your re-creation phase. You will be building yourself anew, according to your own design. Before we move forward we need to prepare our brain for the increased electricity and energy that you will be accessing. Meditating is a way for the brain to more or less run background maintenance. There are many different types and purposes of meditation. We are going to focus on one type. 

Meditating serves many different purposes. For the purposes of Game Flow I want to share my method of meditating that helps achieve the balance required to make sound decisions that are rooted in your truth and not your fears. 

10 mins at the beginning of each day. Set a Timer. Sit comfortably, Hands to your side or lap. Chin raised. Begin to breath in through your nostrils for 4-6 seconds. Hold your breath for 4-6 seconds. Release through the mouth for 6 seconds. For the first week you will focus on counting. Try to get to 6 seconds each time if cannot. You can either picture the number 1-6 in your mind or you can repeat it in your head. This will help you focus on your breath. You can expect to begin to itch or be distracted by your subconscious. This is just the energy moving and you need to try your best to ignore any itches or distractions for the 10 mins. This is the first step to self-discipline. After the first week, you should notice that you can not worry about the counting so much and you fall into a meditative state of nothingness after the first week. The goal is to get to this state and stay in this state for the 10 minute duration by the end of 6 months. Once you do not respond to the itching or internal distractions your thoughts will try as well. If you suffer from intrusive thoughts, you will experience a flood of them but you must get to the point of ignoring them during this exercise.

 However, by practicing this daily, you can use the breathing cycle in small 30 sec to 1 min sessions to regain your composure in any situation as you are training yourself to be able to focus on the present. After 2 weeks, you should be able to follow your breath into your body. Feel it at every point. See how far you can follow the molecules you are inhaling. Feel everything but do not focus. Follow but do not chase. Enter the Flow. 

This technique will be useful as you start your Game Flow journey in uncovering and healing your traumas so that you can ultimately integrate your true self and live as you see fit on this plane.  

Any time you are triggered. Use the breathing technique to analyze what you feeling at the time. Your body will respond. 

Once you feel comfortable with your ability to handle your triggers with the breathing technique, it is time to begin implementing change. No matter what the change is, you can follow this simple process to implement that change in 6 months or less. 

This breathing technique also has the added benefit of allowing you to hear your intuition more clearly. Intuition is your Game Flow Navigation. 

Getting InTouch with your intuition is critical for progress in Game Flow. If you never have listened to it, never trusted it or never understood it you need to get familiar with it before you listen to it. Sometimes it is hard to understand what our intuition is telling us because our subconscious and body do not speak English or understand it so when a message is brought  to your brain, your brain interprets it the best way it needs. 

A good example here is when I am suicidal, my brain interprets the feelings I am getting in the way I have always channeled them. I logically don't think I actually want to die but something else is going on and I am simply just pushing all the energy into the suicide coping mechanism I have developed over the course of my life where all of my stress ends up going to. Since I know I have a core issue interpreting feelings, I must be vigilante and analyze my feelings so I know what is causing the "dis-ease" in my body to make me feel like that. There is usually a logical flow and a rational explanation behind all feelings. Even the most irrational feelings have logical roots. These things must be explored within ourselves. 

The best way I have found to help build trust with the intuition is using it to make portions of my day better. For example, I would be at my office job and I would like make it more enjoyable for me. So I sit with my self take a few deep breaths and ask myself what could make this time a little better. I got the inspiration to get into flavored hot teas. It didn't change the fact that I hated my job or that I needed to change jobs but it helped me get through the day to day until I could make the change. 

After you have mapped out your 24 hours. Ask yourself what can you do to make (x) better. Then live your life. Usually within 3 days of asking yourself a question, you will either get an answer or you will begin to see synchronizations that line up with the original thought. Pay attention to your synchronizations. Synchronizations are simply your brain bringing attention to something that you wanted to know. Your brain absorbs way more information that you consciously are aware of. Your super and sub conscious can only do so much with the conscious user of the human suit. Synchronizations are just your mind paying extra attention to something you are trying to manifest. Pay attention!

The speed in which you implement change depends on how much you trust and how well you can interpret your intuition. The good news, you only get better as time passes.  

Repeat this process as many times as it takes to build the perfect version of yourself. The best part about this repeatable process is that it will begin to align you with your ultimate self which also brings your hearts desires within striking range. You will discover yourself in a way that you never thought you could. Get ready to have a fulfilling and happy life as you begin your self-mastery journey. See you in the GAME!