Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness
This world is as beautiful and heavenly as we let it be, but it’s worth noting that there are higher dimensions beyond our surface perception that, if we raise our vibration high enough, we’ll find are even more blissful.
There are realms beyond the physical earth that boast spiritually advanced entities who want to help us refine our consciousness and ascend, and like we’ve learned, life is a constant progression back into the Source of existence; our creator, who we separated from when we decided to explore these lower realms.
Most conscious people strive to tap into these realms from earth, thereby making the world a better, more heavenly place. Our goal is to use our spirituality and creativity to turn this world into the utopia it’s always been meant to be, and this is why you see so much spiritual material these days – articles, books, music, seminars – the list goes on.
“Make your own Bible. Select and collect all the words and sentences that in all your readings have been to you like the blast of a trumpet.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson
It’s all being done by people who want to raise awareness, because knowledge is a key that unlocks the door to a greater perception. As we explore how we can use this greater perception to change the world, we’re given occasional glimpses into the realms we’ll eventually inhabit.
They’re commonly known as our inner realms, but we can call them whatever want. No matter what we call them, they’re still the same divine realms we can access within and use to make life on earth easier, more beautiful and more free-flowing.
Those of us who feel like we’re here to share our positive vibration with the world might want to keep a few things in mind, and one of them is that it’s important to keep the body active and continuously embrace our creativity.
I throw these themes into my articles often, and for good reason. Keeping the body active will help us make sure it’s an open receiver for the energy and inspiration our inner realms constantly give (not to mention that it’s a great way to stay healthy), and being continuously creative will help us express our spirituality without restriction.
I think consistent creativity is one of the best ways to explore (and express) our spirituality and raise the collective vibration, and a lot of significant changes would be able to happen if we all explored our creativity and opened up to the higher realms, which we can access and use to make life better.
I don’t know about any of you, but my interest in these realms (and our ongoing ascent into them) has reached an all-time high and with this curiosity has come a renewed understanding of the importance of staying creative. Our creativity really is our link with the spiritual realms, and the best way to continuously explore them is to stay creatively consistent.
We actually raise our vibration when we’re creative, and if we stay creative, we can keep our vibration high and even take it higher.
There are plenty of things we can do to raise our vibration, align our chakras, etc., but one of the best things we can do is become creative powerhouses who constantly express ourselves and our spirituality – for our benefit and the benefit of everyone who’s exposed to our work.
The changes we can make right here, right now are more potent than most of us think, and all we have to do is embrace our spirituality and the practices and disciplines that come with it. We obviously won’t make direct planetary changes just by being creative, but our continuous efforts pave the way for the greater changes that need made.
It’s understandable to want to focus on changing everything about this world that’s clearly out of alignment; the things that keep us from the utopia we want to create. Plenty of people have made it their life mission to focus on those issues as they ask themselves and the world what can be done to make a change.
We have the choice as to how we want to change the world, and we can use our spirituality and creativity to set the stage for the changes that need made or we can take a more direct route with activism or other forms of social action. We can even do both if we want!
Personally, I’m focused on the spiritual aspects of changing the world, and I know that the work we’re doing in the spiritual camp is enabling a lot of important things to happen under the surface that’ll eventually allow for some real changes.
“The greatest disease in the West today is not TB or leprosy; it is being unwanted, unloved, and uncared for. We can cure physical diseases with medicine, but the only cure for loneliness, despair, and hopelessness is love.
“There are many in the world who are dying for a piece of bread but there are many more dying for a little love. The poverty in the West is a different kind of poverty — it is not only a poverty of loneliness but also of spirituality.
“There’s a hunger for love, as there is a hunger for God.” ― Mother Teresa
One of the best things I can recommend right now is not to wait for changes to happen, but to ask ourselves how we can contribute to this revolution. We all have a part to play, and in my opinion, we’re all meant to do something to advance humanity’s evolution and bring the world into the light.
Finding out what we’re meant to do might not be easy, but it’ll be worth it when we’ve found our passion and started flowing with it. It feels great to flow with our passions, but to reach that flowing, omnipotent creative/spiritual space, we’ll want to stay extremely dedicated.
We won’t want to give up on our passion, even temporarily, for any reason (however enticing).
We’ll want to recognize that whatever passion we pursue is a very real link with our inner realms, and we can halfheartedly explore this connection and receive minimal results or we can passionately pursue it and impress ourselves (and others) with how the spirit enhances our consciousness and expression.
Call me biased, but I think writing is an incredible way to explore our consciousness and bring a wealth of spiritual energy to the surface. There are plenty of other things we can do, of course. Music is also a great way to share a good vibration with the rest of the world, and personally, I embrace writing, music and intuitively connecting with my inner voice.
These are my three primary means of expressing my spirituality, and the hope is for the positive vibration that comes through these articles, messages and songs to spread to everyone who reads or listens to them, thereby encouraging them to become aware of their spiritual evolution.
Spiritual evolution is the purpose of our existence, and the more we practice our creativity, the more we’ll raise our vibration and the further upward (or rather, inward) we’ll go. A few spiritual writers have noted that our ascension is more of a descent inward, and we aren’t literally going up into some metaphorical, illusory heaven in the clouds.
“I believe in God, but not as one thing, not as an old man in the sky. I believe that what people call God is something in all of us. I believe that what Jesus and Mohammed and Buddha and all the rest said was right. It’s just that the translations have gone wrong.” ― John Lennon
As we’re learning, heaven will always be found within. With this in mind, we’re journeying as deep into the Self as we can in hopes that we not only raise our vibration sufficiently, but we raise the vibration of the rest of humanity, who’s been too lost in darkness and unawareness to find their inner love and bring it to the surface.
The things we’re doing right now are important, and we’re helping everyone re-access the higher realms we descended away from when we came to earth. We might receive occasional direct glimpses into these realms that make us long for something better, but it helps to remember that, again, this world is every bit as heavenly as we let it be.
Let’s allow it to be a lot heavenlier than it’s been so far, because our spiritual evolution depends on it. I’m excited to explore the higher realms that are found when we turn within, but I know we still have a lot of work to do here in this realm before we reach them and I’m equally excited to do it.
Hopefully, the rest of you can say the same, because we’re meant to be as active as we can in this potent, transformative time.
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I’m a twenty-one year old writer, musician and blogger, and I created The Culture of Awareness daily news site.
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