Restoring Your Self-Confidence – Be Brave, Be Bold

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

“Whether or not you write well, write bravely” – Bill Stout

I came across this quote on the internet, and it really spoke to me. It reminded me that we aren’t here to be perfect at the things we do to bring the world into the light – we’re here to patiently develop them (and enjoy ourselves along the way) as we use them to help others.

Creative bravery doesn’t just apply to writing. Whatever it is we want to do in life, let’s get out there and do it without worrying that we won’t be good enough. We’ll get better than we ever expected if we keep at it, and then, we can really help people. Continue reading

You’re Here to Help Others, so Keep Your Strength

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

I wrote an article a few days ago entitled ‘Stay Strong, World Changers’, and I’d like to return to the subject of strength because it’s relevant to my life and my experiences lately.

Life will send things our way that make us want to throw in the towel, and I’ll admit that my hardest times have left me wondering what I should do next or if I should even try to continue. It’s easy to let the pains and burdens of life keep us from being who we are, but their hold over us gets stronger when we keep giving in to them.

We have to look difficulty and negativity in the eye and boldly proclaim that they won’t stop us from shining our light. We have to find our sacred center no matter what difficulties we have to deal with every day, and we can’t expect the world to be strong if we don’t persevere and keep our own strength. Continue reading

Love: The Guiding Creative Force

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

No matter what we do, let’s do it with love.

Let’s do it with faith and passion, and let’s always remember that if we have love, we have everything. If we have our higher consciousness, we’ll find everything we could ever need within and we’ll never have trouble enjoying life or passionately pursuing our interests.

Passion is a shade of the energy of love, and when we’re passionate about something, we pour a lot more time and energy into it because our passion causes us to devote ourselves to it and never look back.

Passion is a powerful tool, and we don’t want to ignore our passions or the things that light our inner fire because they point us to our role in this planetary transformation.

They help us understand what we want to do and how we want to do it, and we’ll want to take note when we find something that seriously inspires us. We’d be fools not to pursue something that ignites our passion, and we can’t put any real love into our work without this passion. Continue reading

We’re All in This Together

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

I stand with all the free-thinkers out there who’ve liberated their minds from cultural illusion and tapped into true reality. I stand with everyone who’s awakened to the fact that the world is massively imbalanced, and I invite you to contribute to the creation of a new way of life.

I stand by the spiritual teachers who genuinely want to help their pupils come closer to enlightenment, as opposed to using rigid dogma to tell them what they should and shouldn’t do.

I stand by everyone who’s awakened to the spiritual nature of our existence and the things the corrupt elite are doing to keep us from realizing our own eternal, spiritual nature, and I welcome you into my circle, which I’ve been welcomed into by other conscious seekers. Continue reading

Happiness is Your True Nature – Look for It Within

By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

If you think about it, the way we seek happiness as a society seems counterproductive. We rush around every day to earn a living, and in doing so, we never give ourselves any time for the pursuit of actual happiness, contentment or inner peace.

The busy, hurried nature of life causes us to seek happiness in shallow external things that only satisfy us for a short time before failing to meet our growing material hunger, and this causes us to crave more and more external stimulation as we gradually lose touch with our essence. Continue reading

If There’s Something You Want to Do, Do It

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

“Just do what you feel, and don’t you fool yourself” ­– Ziggy Marley

If there’s something you really want to do, just do it. You don’t have to be perfect at it to get the most out of it, and no matter what your passion is, you can pursue it for the sake of enjoyment instead of trying so hard to be good at it that you become miserable.

Even if it’s risky, we have to pursue our passions. We can’t be content to do things that don’t inspire us or light our inner fire, but it can be hard to be enthusiastic about something we don’t think we’re very good at, even if it inspires us more than anything else.

It requires a great deal of courage and patience, but if our passion is sincere and we can persevere, we’ll eventually increase our talent. It just takes the willingness to push past the fear and uncertainty we feel when we try new things, and everything will fall into place if we stick with it. Continue reading

Don’t Condemn Yourself for Not Eating Healthy

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

It’s no secret that if we want to be healthy, we have to eat healthy. The popular saying “you are what you eat” communicates an obvious truth, and depending on where we live, we can probably find healthy food.

We all know that a healthy eating habit usually results in a healthier body and a healthier outlook on life, but lately, I’m starting to think that the issue isn’t so black and white. Staying healthy requires a fair amount of discipline and diligence in our modern society, because most of our food is designed to keep us in poor states of health. Continue reading