The spelling nazi in me has noticed your use of the word "athiesm". Now that must be derived from the word athiest. Athiest must mean the most athie, as in: "athie, athier, athiest".
I'll stick to my atheism. By the way, I'm not really criticising you ~ I know "athiesm" may well have been a typo.
(See also "Decline in writing accuracy" in the Linguaphiles and Sesquipedalians group.)
That is how I would have worded it if atheism were a recipe.
Roy, the grammar nazi in me doubts your want’s success.
Is having no belief a recipe?
Is having no evidence a recipe?
Those could be conditions for deciding that absence of evidence, where you'd expect an abundance of evidence, is indeed reasonable evidence of absence of any sort of god worth worrying about.
It's like answering the question: "If putting a meal together was a recipe or set of instructions, you put together, how d'you think it would go?"
In that case I'd need to know exactly which meal was concerned. Otherwise I'd have to say that there is no single recipe. Just so with atheism. Perhaps you meant to ask: "What are some of the ways in which one might become an atheist?"
Here is a flowchart of how people can become theists and atheist of various types . . .
Cheers, Gila Guerilla.