How Can We Unite a Divided World?

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

I’ve said before that I don’t think we can rely on any politician, even those who are ‘for the people’, to make a change.

We can only change things by rejecting the corrupt system, coming together and running the world as one people, and in a way, to think otherwise is to fool ourselves. It’s great that people are passionate about politicians who they think can do something positive because it shows that the masses are interested in change, and I’d probably join the Bernie Sanders crowd if I hadn’t already been shown that the system is beyond repair.

I don’t mean to sound pessimistic, and our inability to repair the system doesn’t have to be bad. It can be great depending on how you see it, and the system’s destruction signals the beginning of a new world that we’ll all be responsible for creating. It’ll probably be chaotic, but I’m confident that we can create something new through the chaos that works in everyone’s best interest. Continue reading

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What Changes Do You Want to See?

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

I wrote the following for the one hundred and sixty-sixth issue of The Culture of Awareness Weekly Newsletter, a paid weekly newsletter I offer for $11.11 a month. Income from the newsletter helps my family and I get by and ensures I can continue to offer free content on the blog, and every subscription is needed and appreciated.

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Most of us have an idea of the changes we want to see in the world, and our achievements would be unprecedented if we could get to a place in society where we could publicly strive for a better way of life. Not everyone’s interested in getting to this place or being recognized by society, but those in the conscious community who are interested have two goals in mind: waking people up and creating change. They don’t care about fame or fortune, and their mission to awaken the world is the main thing on their mind.

The point of everything we’re doing is to initiate change, be it inner or outer. We want people to see that an inner spiritual revolution is not only possible, but essential, because this would allow for the greatest revolution the world has ever seen. This won’t be a bloody revolution that ends in violence and death, and instead, it’ll be a revolution of the mind and heart. It’ll be motivated by love and spiritual awareness, and it’ll lead to a rediscovery of the social and spiritual truths that were hidden by the planetary elite.   Continue reading

Empowered Spiritual Warriors

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

Why do we limit ourselves or convince ourselves we can’t do all of the things we really want to do? Why are most of us convinced we can’t make any kind of significant positive change in this world?

Our society is rife with disempowerment, and if we want to empower the masses, we have to empower ourselves first. We have to understand that we’re in a significant position to make some real and lasting changes, and the first step is to look within to determine if there are any personal changes we can make so the world can be a better place. Even if we’re the only ones who make a change from the inside out, we’ll still make the world just a little better.

We’re infinite spiritual beings with equally infinite potential, and if we persevere, there’s nothing we can’t achieve. No changes – personal or societal – will be too big for us when we empower ourselves, encourage everyone else to do the same, and address everything about this world that’s in need of change before we can create a new standard of living. Continue reading