More on Finding Our Creative Purpose


By Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

It’s no secret that we’re in a time of transition, and some of us have been asking ourselves how we want to contribute to our spiritual revolution.

We’re being led to creative outlets that are intended to enhance the light we give to the conscious community, and as we open up to our higher consciousness and let our creative side flow, we’re given all kinds of opportunities to share our work with the world.

The only struggle for some of us is in deciding, once and for all, how we want to contribute. There are plenty of ways we can creatively express ourselves, and we’re reaching a point where we need to figure out just what we want our role to be.

Our creativity is ours to use how we please, and we’re the only ones who can decide what creative route we want to pursue.

We can use the creative outlet we’ve chosen to help others in a big way once we finally make a decision, but as long as we’re stuck on the fence and unsure of what role we want to play, we’ll stall the greatest of our work and stifle our ability to positively affect others.

My struggle has been in deciding whether I want music to be a part of my role, and either way, I know I’ll never stop writing.

Using words to convey musings and revelations about our spiritual evolution is a form of art that I don’t intend to abandon, and while it’s a calmer and more simplistic method of self-expression than music, it helps me access a deeper part of my consciousness and giving it up is the last thing I want to do.


Music is also a great way to access that deeper, more aware part of ourselves, and I’ve struggled with the choice between exploring the sacred silence (i.e. meditating) when I’m not writing or devoting that extra time to the pursuit of music.

Part of me thinks sound is a better way to uplift people than words alone, and the great thing about music is that it utilizes words and sound. It isn’t limited to words, and when played continuously, it’s one of the most uplifting things we can do.

Writing is like meditation in its own way, and the good news is that no matter what I (or anyone else) ultimately chooses, we’ll be able to use our creative abilities to uplift ourselves and others.

There have been times when I thought it’d be better to commit fully to writing instead of taking on something new like music, which will inevitably take time away from writing, blogging and everything else I’ve come to be known for, but I have to admit that I really enjoy music.

The decision I’ve arrived at, though it could change, is to let music fade into the background. I’m still unsure, but a lot of great things are happening with the blog and I don’t know if I’d want to take so much time from what’s already developing to try to develop something else.

This isn’t the first time I’ve been faced with a potential shift in my work. I used to be known for channeling, but like I’ve said before, I realized somewhere along the way that I wanted to change things up and do something different.

Thus, I embraced writing as a new method of self-expression, and I’ve enjoyed every minute of the writing journey so far. Writing will always be a big part of my life, and I think it’s one of the best ways to connect with the inner voice/higher self and allow it to speak through us.


No matter which creative outlet(s) we ultimately settle on, we can use them to express our higher consciousness if we stay sufficiently open. With this in mind, we see that it really only comes down to what we decide to embrace.

Either way, we know we’ll be able to uplift ourselves and anyone who enjoys our work, so the decision really doesn’t have to be difficult.

It’s easy to convince ourselves we’re missing out if we choose one thing over another, but honestly, we aren’t. We’ll tap into our greater awareness either way, so it really only comes down to how we want to tap into it and use the work that results to uplift the world.

One thing’s for sure – refraining from doing anything because we can’t decide is the worst course of action.

Now’s the time to stay creatively busy, for our benefit and the benefit of the conscious community, so no matter what we choose, let’s keep our fire lit as we passionately pursue it. All indecision aside, we’re here to use our spiritually rooted creativity to uplift the world and that’s exactly what we’re going to do.

Share freely.

I’m a twenty-one year old spiritual writer, blogger and channel for the creative expression of the inner universe, and I created The Culture of Awareness daily news site.

The Culture of Awareness features daily spiritual and alternative news, articles I’ve written, and more. Its purpose is to awaken and uplift by providing material about the fall of the planetary elite and a new paradigm of unity and spirituality.

I’ve contributed to a few different spiritual websites including The Master Shift, Waking Times, Golden Age of Gaia, Wake Up World and Expanded Consciousness. I can also be found on Facebook (Wes Annac and The Culture of Awareness) and Twitter, and I write a paid weekly newsletter that you can subscribe to for $11.11 a month here.

3 thoughts on “More on Finding Our Creative Purpose

  1. I have always struggled with this. I have just recently realized that I was dealing more with my own built barriers of unworthiness that kept me from truly seeing my path. I am now going to be choosing my art to help bring guidance and healing to others. I am excited for new paths and soulful desires.


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