Seeking the Magic


By Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Inspired by an article from Shubhra on Wake Up World, entitled Those Who Don’t Believe in Magic Will Never Find It

We’re all looking for some color in our life; some magic; something that’ll reassure us that the things we’ve learned about life and spirituality are genuine. Some of us probably don’t need reassurance about our beliefs, because we’ve long accepted that our discoveries are real.

Regardless, we’re all looking for something to expand our spirituality and help us see that we really do live in an infinite universe that’s composed of pure, blissful vibrations, which we can tap into with focused, disciplined effort. Continue reading

We Are Infinite – Believe It!


By Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

You might not have heard of Gloria Wendroff’s “Heavenletters”, which are intuitively channeled messages that come directly from God (the highest source imaginable), but I think they’re among the most helpful messages out there.

I’m not as passionate about channeling as I once was, but I still follow and repost Gloria’s messages because they resonate a lot with me. Continue reading

Finding Our Creative Purpose: A Personal Perspective


By Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

I tend to write a lot of articles from a personal perspective, and this will be one of them. I don’t intend to come across as self-obsessed, but I think exploring ourselves and even writing about ourselves is an important part of our spiritual evolution.

Spiritual evolution is all about personal growth, and what better way to personally grow than to write about the things we’re feeling and experiencing along this crazy evolutionary journey. I think writing about my feelings is necessary to help myself, and hopefully some of you, learn and grow even more. Continue reading

Break Away – A Song by Wes Annac

This is a song I wrote, entitled “Break Away”. I’m a beginner musician and singer (I don’t claim to be ‘professional’ in any way), and for this song, I used a drum beat provided by YouTube user LumBeat, which can be found here: Lyrics to the song are below the video.


The people when we rise
Open up and realize
That a new way of life awaits us all
We open up
To the truth of our being
Our reason for living
Now we’ve thought we are small but we are tall
And our power
Lies in Jah Almighty
In the Most High, with love we can see
As the old paradigm crumbles and falls

We’ll be waiting in joy
As the shadow self emerges
It’s been waiting to heal
To embrace it you’re encouraged
But it’s your choice
How you want to be and live your life
But in a new world
You’ll be loved and supported

The ground
Trembles beneath my feet
The Inner Earth I will meet
As soon as my mission’s complete
We all
We all have so much to say
So much more to give away
Now children, don’t let it go to waste
For if you do
You’ll only find emptiness
Because it replaces happiness
And you know it breeds sadness

You can disconnect from
The illusion and all it’s hatred
Break away from the pain
Open your mind, exit the matrix
Discover today
That you don’t have to take part in it
You can break away
Break away now (x2)

The sounds of spirit echo all around
And we can hear it
Do not fear it brother
It is just the natural next step
Of our evolution into greater states of awareness
Revolution and free energy that we can all harness
Enlightenment is bred and cultivated
They can’t take it
When they see that we have made it, work in our own best interest
We flow on with ideas and revelations
Our eyes and ears are open
And we can know and understand that we have been lied to
About the truth of our existence
And we offer resistance
To the lies because our minds are sharpened, conscious attitude
Now how can we reach you
We wait on call for their empire to fall
No they cannot enslave us all
We are too strong and they don’t know just who they are dealing with
Cuz we are assigned with healing this

You can disconnect from
The illusion and all its hatred
Break away from the pain
Open your mind, exit the matrix
Discover today
That you don’t have to take part in it
You can break away
Break away now (x2)

Music: The Language of Spirit – Part 5

03-13-2012-musicBy Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

I don’t know about any of you, but for me, music doesn’t get really good until I play continuously. It’s a great way to uplift the spirit no matter how much we play, but to get the most out of it, it seems like we have to stay dedicated enough to keep practicing until we really feel the magic flowing from it.

I’m sure most conscious musicians who constantly play are able to harness the magic that lives in music, and don’t get me wrong – you can harness that magic either way. Like all things, however, music doesn’t seem to really come alive until we play it so much that it becomes a part of us.

Music and silence have always been sacred, inalienable parts of us, but in order to experience or understand this truth in a realer way, we have to keep exploring them. Continue reading

Passion: The Key to Creatively Flowing


By Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

No matter what we want to do, the key to enjoying it or doing it successfully is to be passionate about it.

We can’t do anything significant if we aren’t passionate about our role in informing, awakening and uplifting the planet, and we might be surprised to find how much more enjoyable our work becomes when we’re passionate about it.

We have to be in love with what we do, and otherwise, we’ll almost always have trouble doing it. We’ll wonder why we can’t seem to cultivate our smooth, creative flow, and in some cases, it’s because we’ve failed to access or act on that deep wellspring of passionate creativity that lives within.

We can access it at any given time, but we have to make a conscious, continuous effort or we’ll fail to reach down deep enough to find it. A halfhearted desire isn’t enough, and we have to fully invest ourselves in what we’re doing if we want to get the most out of it. Continue reading

Music: The Language of Spirit – Part 4

03-13-2012-musicBy Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

The great thing about music is that we can practice it in whatever way works for us. We don’t have to conform to anything strict or rigid, and no matter how we prefer to play, we can embrace it and use it to elevate our consciousness, inspiring ourselves to take it as far as we can in the process.

For example – you don’t have to be a good singer to embrace music, and whether you sing or play an instrument, all you have to do is diligently practice to get the most out of it. If you aren’t confident in yourself as a singer, maybe you can pick up a guitar, a keyboard or another instrument and practice away.

Singing seems like one of the hardest talents to hone, because in my opinion, singers put themselves out there a little more than people who play instruments. Anyone who plays music obviously puts themselves out there, but singers tend to be subjected to more social pressure. Continue reading