“Your purpose in life is to find your purpose and give your whole heart and soul to it” ― Gautama Buddha (Credit: Good Reads)
By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness
All around the world, people are awakening to spirituality, the corruption of the people in power and the necessity to change our ways, and whether we realize it or not, we’re all on a mission to wake up and help the rest of the world become aware.
I think there’s a difference between our ‘mission’ and our ‘purpose’. In my opinion, our mission is to spread love, knowledge and awareness so the world can wake up and make a positive change, and our purpose is whatever medium we use to do that. Some people choose writing; some choose music, painting or something similar; some speak publicly on a number of issues that have to do with a new paradigm; and some share the information and art that’s offered by the rest of the conscious community.
No matter what we consider our purpose to be, we do it because of the mission to help humanity wake up and evolve, which we take up once we awaken. The wise man recognizes that he must first tend to his own awakening and evolution before trying too hard to help others, but once we take the first steps on our own evolutionary path and become clear about our mission and our purpose, we can share enlightening and empowering information with the masses and encourage others to find their purpose too.
Slowly but surely, people are becoming aware of everything that’s been hidden, especially in regards to spirituality. As they do, most of them ask themselves how they can share what they’ve learned with other awakening people who are willing to hear what they have to say.
Once they figure out their purpose and approach their work (and their personal evolution) with confidence and the willingness to keep going in hard times, their mission becomes increasingly important to them and their excitement to contribute grows as much as their social and spiritual awareness.
This is happening all around the world, and a new class of creative and spiritual revolutionaries is arising that recognizes that we’re all interconnected and, as much as the elite want to convince us otherwise, there are no differences between us. We’re realizing that all of the differences we’ve been convinced we should fight over – the color of our skin, our religious or political views, our sexual preference – have been overplayed to keep us from understanding that we’re one and coming together.
Now that we’re aware, we’re dismantling the false systems that have been kept in place by the powers-that-were, who want us to keep fighting so we don’t notice their blatant crimes against humanity, and one of the biggest false systems that needs dismantled is the division of the masses based on our perceived cultural differences.
We know better than to keep falling for manufactured division and hatred, and we need to make others aware of the elite’s social engineering, which requires us to be divided, so they too can use their voice to make a change.
Above all, we’re here to share our love, knowledge and awareness with those who are starting to awaken. We’re here to help people understand that we live in an intricate and deeply spiritual reality, and we can become aware of this inherent spirituality by looking within, meditating often, staying creatively dedicated, and most importantly, returning to the heart.
We’re here to help people see that life doesn’t have to be the difficult, stressful burden we’ve convinced ourselves it should be, and however dualistic this will sound, life is meant to be fun and we’re meant to be happy.
We aren’t meant miserably slave away at some uninspiring nine-to-five job that makes us loathe life and never want to get out of bed in the morning; we’re meant to do something that inspires us to live life with love, passion, creativity and invigoration.
Life is meant to be a constant adventure, and sometimes, we have to create the adventure for ourselves. We can’t wait around for anyone else to make life better for us (especially our governments, who’ve never had our best interest in mind), and we have to create the joy and exuberance we want to experience.
These are some of the many things we’re here to help the world become aware of, and we obviously have to become aware of it ourselves so we can create a life that inspires us. We have to look deep within, bring our potent inner love up to the surface and use it to create an inspiring, joyful life, and we can’t expect the rest of the world to do it if we don’t.
Let’s invite the world to take part in this conscious revolution, because we have a lot to say and a lot to do and it’d be easier if we had everyone else by our side. It might seem naïve to think that the world, which is still largely divided, broken, and rooted in hatred and selfishness, could actually wake up and make a change, but if we can, then other people can too.
When we can permanently access our heart-centered intuitive guidance, we can invite the awakening masses to empower themselves with the knowledge that our love and spirituality make us infinite. If we have an open heart and we understand the spiritual nature of our existence, we can create a life that’s worth living for everyone who knows that personal and planetary transformation is crucial and inevitable.
We can become true spiritual revolutionaries, and we can invite others take part in the fun. The first (and most important) step is to look within and determine if there are any personal changes we need to make before we can properly help the world, and once we start that ongoing and infinitely fulfilling process, we’ll be well on our way to awakening the minds and hearts of mankind.
Most people are subconsciously desperate to reawaken to all of the amazing things their higher consciousness will reintroduce them to, and we can help them begin their evolutionary process and contribute to a worldwide transformation. This is our mission, so let’s find the medium we want to use to fulfill it and get active, while remembering to get very still and quiet often so we can learn a thing or two about reality.
“I want to live my life in such a way that when I get out of bed in the morning, the devil says, ‘aw shit, he’s up!’” ― Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience (Credit: Good Reads)
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