Who is Ra? – Part 15: Streaming Energy and First/Second Density – Part 1/2

Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Previously, we learned about the pyramids and the manner in which healing, rejuvenating energy was funneled through them to the seekers who wanted to find enlightenment.

We learned that they’re placed at precise points to align with the energy that pours into the earth, and here, we’ll continue to learn about them and a few other topics that are related to this streaming energy.

Ra’s known for talking a lot about the pyramids and the energy we can access and use to help heal/enlighten others, and if we’re particularly open or receptive, we can tap into this energy and use it for a wealth of purposes. Personally, I use it to enhance my creativity.

There are much more direct ways to use it, of course, and the more we tap into it, the more we’ll feel and benefit from it. Continue reading

Ferguson: Peaceful Protests vs. Chaotic Riots

Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

As most of you probably know by now, the officer who fatally shot Michael Brown (Darren Wilson) won’t face any charges, and this has obviously sparked passionate protests, rioting, etc. It’s Tuesday morning as I write this (the morning after the verdict was announced) and depending on who you listen to, things either seem optimistic or awful.

We’ve heard about some of the destructive things rioters have done, like setting fire to shops and even private residences. There’s a store in West Florissant my wife and I like to go to with family, and it’s reportedly been burned. Continue reading

Embracing the Heavenliness of Earth

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Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

How do we choose to see the world around us? Do we choose to abandon this planet in the name of our growing spiritual perception, or do we choose to see that it’s deeply spiritual?

A lot of people have discovered spirit and the idea that uncountable states of consciousness exist beyond our current. While this is a great thing, I don’t think we should abandon our planet in the name of our spirituality.

The last thing we want to do is distance ourselves from this beautiful earth, and unfortunately, discovering spirit can give us incentive to do exactly that.

I don’t think there’s anything wrong with focusing on the higher states of consciousness we’ll eventually grow back into, and we’d benefit from exploring these higher realms and the greater, more blissful perception that comes with them. Continue reading

Balance is Found When we Transcend the Ego – Part 2/2

Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Concluded from Part 1

We all face unique inner battles, and my biggest woes come from feeling like nobody cares about me; nobody appreciates the things I do or the love I strive to give. Only now do I see that striving for attention or recognition is the polar opposite of unconditional love, but I’ve struggled with feeling like the people in my life only care on a surface level.

My ego’s constantly concerned that it isn’t receiving the love, attention or nurturance it feels like it offers others, and this can cause depressive thoughts and feelings that are essentially like a mental/emotional tar pit.

These thoughts and feelings will trap us in their confines and make us feel like we just can’t escape if we let them, but the good news is that we can. It isn’t easy, and some people might have to struggle for months and even years before they can make any progress or find the light at the end of the tunnel, but it isn’t it isn’t impossible. Continue reading

Balance is Found When we Transcend the Ego – Part 1/2

Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

In order to feel any degree of lasting spirituality or wholeness, I think we’ll have to be willing to give up the mortal, ego-driven self and allow Source to express itself through us.

This isn’t because Source is somehow ‘holier’ or more lighted than our physical personalities – it’s because the ego, if we let it, will take complete control of our thoughts and emotions. The result could be that we sputter into depression and myriad other symptoms of an overactive ego that, speaking from experience, don’t feel very great.

I’ve probably written a hundred times that we need to transcend the ego and allow Source to take the perceptual wheel and steer if we want to find true wholeness, but I’ve had trouble with it.

I’m realizing that it’s easy to say something, but actually doing it can be a lot harder. Completely transcending the ego sounds doable, but we might have trouble if we don’t stay diligent. Continue reading

Oversoul Teachings: Love is All Around You

Channeled through Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness, Oversoul Teachings

Note: I offer this message (and a few others that I’ll offer in the coming days) on the heels of a decision to merge my channeling and writing into what I call ‘meditative writing’. Combining my writing and channeling would mean I no longer produce ‘Oversoul Teachings’ messages, but I think it’ll give the articles you read from me an added boost.

Awareness and love are growing in the minds and hearts of an increasing number of souls who recognize that the time has come for divinely inspired change to manifest on your planet, and as many of you are learning, you’re the forces who’ve come to manifest this change.

Nobody except yourselves will ‘save’ your planet from the difficult situation you find yourselves in, and those of you who feel particularly inspired to begin contributing to your conscious revolution can recognize that even though you’ve been led to give your power away to external authority figures – and this has carried over into the spiritual realms with the idea that the Company of Heaven are your ‘saviors’ – you’re the ones who are intended to make all of the changes that need made to your planet. Continue reading

Music: A New Way to Channel

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Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

I’ve written before about the necessity to transcend the ego and empty the mind if we want to find a higher state of consciousness or do anything creatively pure, and I continue to learn about the importance of becoming conduits for our greater spirituality and self-expression.

I continue to see that in all things, an emptied mind (and an open heart) really is the best way to go. No matter what creative route we embrace, I think the best thing we can do is empty our minds of any stress that could take us out of our natural, loving center.

Specifically, I see that emptying the mind is important when it comes to playing music. Music, like any other creative route, can be no fun if we’re in a rigid state of mind when we play it, and I’m learning that to get the most out of it, we’ll want to practice it from an open-minded and openhearted perspective. Continue reading