Side effects: Cascade
Repeating a task over and over again can have significant effects on the human psyche. For many, it is a boring concept to endure and may be halted by a lapse in concertation. Humans tend to reject actions that need to be done over a certain amount of times in order to get a desired effect. Like spelling, learning to wield the Fine Arts is a testament of practice, conviction, and purpose. If one plans to adopt the task for themselves, they should consider looking for a cascade. A cascade in this sense is a source of inspiration, different than a task in of itself, but can be used to apply additive effects to endure the pain induced by repetition.
Cascades can be repeated through many surfaces and mediums that are known for producing productive behavior in the human brain. Even animals or known abbreviations in life with certain stimuli can experience these cascades when under enough exposure.
The task itself may not even be based on something productive. It could be something that induces impulses in the body to react to motions or senses. Creating a line or something similar over the course of a set time can cause the body to be able to repeat the task nearly flawlessly when enough practice has been applied to the psyche. Adding one or more cascades can thus increase the effects or reaction of the control a user has to use to put together the main effect on various scales, such as planting a seed or training another organism.
Repeating a task over and over again can have significant effects on the human psyche. To the point to where the mind can produce emotions that causes humans to behave like cascades without notice. Passing inspiration infinitely among like-minded individuals, through works, and even diction itself.