Believe in Yourself – You’re Here to Change the World

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

In a time when humanity is socially and spiritually evolving, believing in ourselves is more crucial than ever. We have to have faith and confidence in ourselves, even if the rest of society puts us down, because we’re here to help the world come together, transform our society and find the higher state of consciousness that’s seemed nonexistent for millennia. It’s been here the whole time, but we’ve been conditioned to forget about it.

Even if you don’t believe in ascension or any other spiritual concepts, believing in yourself is still crucial. Let’s say you aren’t a very spiritual person, but you have a deeply rooted desire to expose and bring down the corrupt elite. You won’t be able to contribute anything significant if you don’t have enough confidence in yourself to believe you can, but increasing your self-confidence will enable you to enthusiastically contribute instead of hiding in the shadows for the sake of comfort. Continue reading

More on Motivation and Spiritual Revolution

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

I wrote yesterday that I’m feeling more motivated to help people wake up, and today, I’m realizing that I also want to be more dedicated to the spiritual path. I want to write about more things that genuine spiritual teachers and other sources have said, and I want to put the things I learn into play.

Most importantly, I want to learn to be centered and present in this moment. I want to learn more about heart-centeredness and responding to difficult or stressful situations in a more constructive way, and I want to explore my consciousness a lot more. Continue reading

Motivation and Spiritual Revolution

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

I feel more motivated than ever to use writing to awaken and uplift people, and in my view, we have every reason to be thankful for (and excited about) our role in transforming the world.

We can change the world by pouring our love and creative expression into it, and the more art we create here, the more minds and hearts we can open. We can help people bring some joy back into their life, and we can inspire them to liberate themselves.

It can be easy to get unmotivated, but it helps to remember that we’re doing all of this for a reason. We’re here to help everyone wake up and make the inner and outer changes that are required if we want to collectively evolve, and no matter how hard we try to convince ourselves otherwise, everything we contribute is valuable. Even the things we don’t think are so great can help people in one way or another, and this is why we need to keep at it when our confidence wanes and we don’t think we can contribute anything significant. Continue reading

Spiritual Revolution and the Power of Words

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

I love writing, because I love words. While they’re limited when it comes to communicating spiritual experiences that are beyond our ability to describe, they allow us to express whatever we want about our life, our spiritual evolution and the forces who are trying to keep us in the dark.

Words give us a weapon to use against injustice, and we can also use them to talk about lighter subjects that nourish the soul. With words, we can talk about how amazing and awe-inspiring the natural world is, and we can delightfully express our reverence for this planet.

With the power of words, we can strengthen our spiritual revolution and encourage others to get out there and get active, while remembering to go within for the guidance they require to creatively and spiritually thrive. 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

Unite, Social and Spiritual Revolutionaries

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

You might’ve heard that we’re undergoing a social and spiritual revolution, but what exactly does this mean?

Some people are familiar with the idea of social revolution, which we have people like Che Guevara and Bob Marley to thank for, while others are more familiar with spiritual revolution, which some well-known people like Russell Brand have brought to the mainstream’s attention. Continue reading

The Birth of the Spiritual Revolutionary

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

I don’t know how this ascension process is affecting all of you, but personally, I’m going through a massive internal transformation. This will probably become more apparent in the work I do and the subjects I explore from here on out, and to put it bluntly, I’m ready to rise up and take charge of this life.

I’m ready to really use my voice, and I’m ready to tap into my higher, intuitive wisdom and my grounded, earthy wisdom at the same time. I’m ready to take charge of this life and become a voice for other people to hopefully benefit from, and my goals now stretch beyond simply wanting to uplift people.

I still want to uplift all of you who’ve dedicatedly read my work over the years, but I’m ready to do more than just that. I’m ready to empower people and encourage them to empower themselves. Continue reading