Freedom from Duality – Part 2/2

By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness This is a part of The Teachers Speak, a series of articles on the Culture of Awareness. Continued from part 1 (Read full post here). According to John Ruusbroec, we strengthen the barrier between us and our creator when we try to intellectually examine life. “At the very moment … Continue reading Freedom from Duality – Part 2/2

The Teachers Speak: The Role of the Guru – Part 2/3

By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness Continued from Part 1. It’s easier to follow a living man or woman than a scripture, Paramahansa Yogananda tells us, which is why gurus are often preferred over spiritual writings. “It is more easy to follow a living, breathing, talking man (who lives truth) than a mute scripture. “If … Continue reading The Teachers Speak: The Role of the Guru – Part 2/3

The Teachers Speak: The Role of the Guru – Part 1/3

By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness A ‘guru’ is a spiritual teacher who’s life mission is to show the way to enlightenment. The guru is generally seen as an enlightened figure, but some teachers are imperfect and honest about their imperfection. They teach that being comfortable with imperfection is an important step to enlightenment, and … Continue reading The Teachers Speak: The Role of the Guru – Part 1/3