Wes Annac – For The Weary Traveler – 28 January 2014

wes-annac-300x229Written by Wes Annac, the Aquarius Paradigm

“They can’t hold a lion on a leash” – Kae Sun

You’re never alone on your journey back to the Source. There’ll be days when you feel as if the massive weight you’ve taken on has become far too much to handle, but you should know that you walk with constant companions.

In this moment, millions of others walk a similar path as you. No two awakening starlights will ever be the same, but we all share the common theme of dealing with the demanding pressure of lower-dimensionality while we develop a multidimensional perception.

It’s easy to succumb to the pressure, but far more rewarding to stay strong and face every challenge with the understanding that you’re more than a peaceful spiritual being.

You’re an incredible force of strength, but some of us don’t realize this yet. Some of us wade in and out of the waters of self-oppression, occasionally buckling under the weight of this experience, and all the while, our true strength waits for us to remember it.

A growing number of seekers are discovering their strength and doing big things for the physical and spiritual progression of humanity, and you, sitting at home reading this, are invited to become a part of the growing revolution of spiritual strength.

Spiritual strength is peaceful, yet assertive. It achieves far more than violence ever will, because it breeds the ability to be strong without having to be “tough” or filled with vitriol. We can change the world around us if we cultivate spiritual strength, and we can take on incredible challenges from a brimming and active place.

Challenges are fun from a spiritually strong perspective. Things that could otherwise stress us out or bring us down are met with enthusiasm, and even if it takes perseverance, we always achieve our goals in the end. Spiritually strong individuals don’t give in, because giving in is no fun.

Why submit to lower-dimensionality when we can have so much fun, feeling and anchoring something greater onto it? Instead of buckling under the weight of the pressure, let’s embrace the pressure. Let’s really have fun with it. Why not give it a try?

Let’s be “that guy” or girl who cracks jokes and lightens the mood in stressful situations, even if we risk seeming inappropriate to others who might not take the situations so well. In a way that avoids too much bubble-headedness (a little bit’s alright, in my opinion) let’s use our developing spiritual strength to be on “cloud nine” constantly.

From this place, we’ll face every circumstance and challenge head-on like a teenager playing their favorite video game. After all, this place is a holographic illusion, right?

When the physical body dies, the spirit simply shifts into a different and much freer state of consciousness, so why not make the best of this place as we go about our respective missions? If we decide to start having fun with the challenges we face, we might find that we practically breeze through them.

We’ll complete every challenge with relative ease, and when we look back on our ventures from a higher place, it’ll be reassuring to see how much progress we made.

Weary traveler, rest your mind for as long as you need to. Enter temporary solitude if it’ll help you unplug from the illusion, and when you’re ready, emerge back out into the world with an open heart and a willing attitude. You’re encouraged to take as long as you need, but not to stay in solitude forever.

You’ll be surprised at what a few short moments of detached bliss can do, and taking a break once in a while doesn’t entail weakness. The brightest and most progressive seeker has days in the darkness, and in fact, some seekers have fought and struggled through exponential darkness before they found their way back to the light.

Detoxing from the weight of this experience is more than recommended, but at some point, reemergence becomes not only necessary, but easy. The more you recharge your batteries, the more energy and enthusiasm you’ll have to play your unique role.

Catalysts that manifest as difficult situations are necessary for our development, and our growing sense of innate spiritual strength will take the sting out of every catalyst we experience.

Rise up, fellow traveler. The weight of this place is but a grain of sand in the big picture of spiritual reality, and despite what the tired and fighting mind would have you believe, you aren’t about to break down and stop going. You’re about to bloom into a whole new version of yourself and flourish in happiness, tenacity and strength.

You’re about to burst out in all directions and affect everyone around you in amazing ways. Can you feel this amidst the usual pain and stress? Does the stress block your remembrance of where you’ve come from and where you’re returning to?

As hard as it might sound, you’re asked to let the stress go and groove into the development of your expanded self. Everything we’ve ever wanted sits within, and when we see beyond the stress and pain, we’ll access and remember the truth of our existence.

Are you ready to remember the truth?

Wes Annac – Encouraging the weary to keep on.

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