November 7, 2015 / Wes Annac
By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness
However much I’ve written this before, it bears repeating. Everyone is invited to take part in this revolution, and in my opinion, everyone needs to participate if we want to do anything real with it.
Whether you realize it or not, the world needs you to contribute in the ways that only you can. The world needs your unique brand of light, and now’s a better time than ever to show people what you can do.
You can (and should) be a part of this movement, because you have something significant to give. You have the awesome power of love (provided you can tap into it), and this is something to not only celebrate, but use to help the world evolve.
Our job is to find our passion and use it to awaken and uplift people, and the great thing about this is that everyone’s passion is different. Different people will want to contribute in different ways, and it’ll be our job to honor the various ways in which they offer themselves to this movement. We might be surprised at all of the different missions people take up, but we’ll know it’s all for the greater good.
Don’t let yourself think you aren’t good enough to be a part of this, because everyone’s good enough. Everyone’s worthy of contributing, and everyone has something valuable to give.
Most people either don’t realize it or they’re too afraid to explore their talents and passions, which is tragic. We can’t be afraid to do the one or two things we could very well be destined to do, and however scary it is, we have to leave our comfort zone, try new things and stay committed to the work we’re the most passionate about.
We can achieve a lot if we commit to it, but we’ll never know what we can do if we don’t get out there and try. You might not be very good at the craft of your choice at first, but you’ll get better than you ever expected if you stick with it and practice. When you do get better, you’ll know that your craft is not just something you enjoy, but something you can use to change the world.
Imagine how it’d feel to use your passion to inspire people to contribute to this movement. Then, imagine how it’ll feel if you don’t commit to your passion or this movement. Which future is more desirable?
You can have the future you want if you’re willing to be courageous, challenge yourself and keep moving when you’d rather quit, and all it really takes is believing in yourself and knowing that if you aren’t good at something right now, you’ll get better with practice. Once you hone your talent, you can use it to inspire love, unity, awareness and social/spiritual transformation.
We all have something to give, so don’t let yourself think for a second that your contribution isn’t valuable; whether you’re good at it right now or not.
Even a genuine mediocre effort is still genuine, and if you don’t feel like your work is valuable, then you have more incentive to get better and better until nobody can deny your talent or your drive for change. You just have to believe in yourself, which is admittedly easier said than done, and your talent and ability to impact the world will gradually increase.
When it does, you can embark on the next leg of your journey knowing full-well that you’re capable of making a serious impact on the world. This will be the part of your mission where you really surprise yourself and others, because your talent will seem to spill out of you uncontrollably. You’ll have to become as dedicated as your overflowing talent requires, which could make you pretty busy, but it’s all worth it if you want to help bring a lost world into the light.
This is why we’re here, and hard work is welcome if it’s work we enjoy.
We just have to get past the fear of not being good enough, which self-love and self-confidence help with, and things will noticeably change when we get out of our own way and let our creator work through us. The struggle will lessen, and a weight will noticeably disappear from our shoulders. The weight is caused by the feeling that we’ve been left alone to deal with all of the darkness and negativity in this world, and the weight lifts when we realize we aren’t alone at all.
The higher consciousness some of us desperately want has been with us the whole time, and we just have to open the mind to it and settle in to a gradual process of spiritual evolution, which we’re also already experiencing. We might have to slow down the mind a little so we can leave its limited space and properly reconnect with Source, but it’ll be worth it when we have a constant stream of intuitive guidance from which to learn.
Along with committing to our craft and reconnecting with our creator, I think we should make others feel welcome and give them room to develop their talents. We’re all one, and since we all have something crucial to give, we need to value and respect each other if we really want to come together and reflect our oneness.
People will eventually realize that unity is the only thing that can save our species as we carelessly catapult ourselves into destruction, and until they do, the conscious community can unite and set the example.
We can lay the foundation for all kinds of revolutionary social changes, but we have to believe in ourselves and each other and remember that we’re more powerful than we think. With the power of love, we can achieve anything we set our minds (and hearts) to, so let’s remember this when we struggle with our passion or we struggle to find common ground with someone who’s also contributing.
Self-love will allow us to give our love to the rest of the world, so let’s try to love ourselves so we can unabashedly give love to a world that desperately needs it. This can especially be said for those who want to contribute but lack the self-esteem to do it properly, and a little bit of love and acceptance go a long way.
Thanks to Wes at: http://cultureofawareness.com