Written by Wes Annac, the Aquarius Paradigm
Routinely, I ask myself what I can do to help raise awareness and motivate people to create a positive future. I strive to do as much as possible, and like I’ve said before, I want to know that I did my best here on earth whether or not I gain the fame or notoriety some people seek.
I’m here to offer myself to humanity’s evolution with work that’s intended to inspire and uplift. With a mind I’m still in the process of training, I’ve given myself to spirit in the hopes that the resulting material uplifts all of you out there who are beginning to rediscover the things I have.
Like a lot of you, I’ve become aware of the spiritual nature of our existence and the fact that we’re one creator consciousness experiencing individualized facets of itself, and learning this has driven me to pursue the lighted path and serve others along the way.
This path entails devotion to love and service to humanity, and even though it can be difficult, the rewards will be endless. As long as we do our best to serve spirit and help others become aware of the heavenly realms beyond, we’ll experience pure bliss when our time comes to reenter them.
The more we serve others, the more bliss we’ll experience in the higher dimensions.
Especially in this time of widespread social and spiritual transformation, working sincerely for humanity’s evolution is among the best things we can do if we want our afterlife to be positive. Here on earth, serving others provides a sense of wholeness that drives us to want to work harder.
It feels good to help others, and when we do, we make significant progress in changing the world. Every positive action creates a ripple effect that spreads around the collective consciousness, and even a simple good deed will affect the planet enormously.
I don’t need to tell you that duality is extremely turned up here on earth. We can experience this planet’s greatest and most beautiful features or its worst and ugliest, and when we enable another to be in a positive place, we drastically increase the amount of light we’re able to feel.
We’re able to fill ourselves with a good vibration when we help others, and this is why I seek to do as much as I can while I’m here. The intent to serve is probably more important than the service itself, because it’s derived from love and compassion.
As we go about our work, I think we need to be careful not to fall into the mental comfort zone that can induce a creative block. I’m starting to understand that so-called creative blocks are caused by the frustration one feels if their creative flow or ability seems to be absent, and from my experience so far, they can be transcended by:
- Subduing the mind’s influence and letting the heart work through it
- Making it a point to step outside of one’s comfort zone before/while being creative
- Walking away for a minute if the flow just doesn’t seem to be there
Sometimes, we aren’t going to feel the creative flow, and writing from our comfort zones will impede it and the quality of the things we create. I can say from experience that we have to be willing to step outside of ourselves to produce anything significant.
We have to be willing to blank our perception of any mental hindrances or ego-driven desires that intend to lead us away from the flow. We also have to be willing to embrace a creative block, because sometimes, it’s a catalyst that helps us step outside of our mental boxes and create from an expanded place.
We can bring through beautiful works of art when we move beyond the gripping influence of the ego, and from a heart-centered space, we can transcend human limitation and excel in the face of challenges we would’ve never expected to touch before.
We really are capable of anything, but this doesn’t mean we can snap our fingers and receive the creative gifts of the divine. If we want to reach a heightened creative place, we have to be willing to continuously hone our craft until we’re really good at it. I don’t think there’s any other way.
We have to be willing to meet brick walls and walk right through them, and if we need to, we can stand blankly in front of them for a while before we do. No ability is mastered overnight, and we can take as much time as we need to practice our craft.
The old phrase “Rome wasn’t built in a day” makes a lot of sense to the patient seeker who’s willing to work for their divine gifts. This existence wouldn’t be any fun if we automatically attained the gifts and talents we want to have, and if we feel drawn to do something, we should never give up on it – even if it doesn’t initially work out.
If we’re really passionate about a certain talent, we have to be willing to persevere when it seems unattainable. Nothing is out of our reach, but if we trap ourselves in complacent laziness, we won’t strive to achieve anything because we’ll have everything we want on a material level.
It’s easy to fall into disappointment or indifference if we try something and fail, but great things are meant to be challenging. We have to be willing to embrace temporary failure if we want to achieve greatness, and in doing so, we’ll understand that there’s no such thing as ‘failure’ as we define it.
Failure is only temporary, and if we keep practicing; keep trying; keep striving (without putting too much pressure on ourselves), then we will achieve our goal. Nothing, beyond the mental comfort zone and the ego that drives it, will stop us from pursuing and attaining our dreams.
I choose to serve humanity by honing the craft I enjoy practicing the most, which I call “divine writing”. Divine writing is the act of opening the mind and heart to spirit during a writing session and translating the resulting energetic impressions into words that accompany the material.
The only difference between divine writing and automatic writing is that the writer is the primary person speaking, and instead of solely letting spirit write, I open up to its influence as I write. You aren’t hearing from the Ascended Masters or my higher self when you read an article of mine, but from me, with inspiration from them.
We can express beautiful and intricate things in this format, but it, like everything else, needs to be respected and practiced dutifully if we want to master it. I’ve just started writing in this format and there have been some bumps along the way, but overall, I can say that it’s a wonderful and rewarding way to write.
In my opinion, a lot of people who write about spirituality are already using ‘divine writing’ but don’t realize it, and it can be discerned by the distinctive way in which their words seem to effortlessly flow. Sound familiar, fellow spiritual writers?
We’re all encouraged to find something we feel passionate about and practice it rigorously, and eventually, we’ll reap the fruit of our labor. If we practice our abilities as much as we can, we’ll eventually become so good at them that any difficulty we might’ve once experienced will be a thing of the past.
The ego will do everything it can to discourage our development and put us back in a complacent mindset, but with the loving strength the heart space provides, we can effortlessly move beyond it and embrace every creative challenge we face. Challenge is meant to help us refine our abilities, and it can enable us to take our service to the next level.
Wes Annac – Sharing the things I’ve learned so far.