An intuitive message by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness - http://cultureofawareness.com/2015/02/16/the-voice-within-it-doesnt-matter-what- you-believe/
The ‘voice within’ is just that – an inner voice that you can connect with and receive advice, guidance and general assistance from along your developing spiritual path. You can call your inner voice whatever you want, and the most popular label it’s usually given is the ‘higher self’.
It doesn’t matter what you call this v...
However difficult it is to believe you can actually communicate with entities on other levels of existence, it’s the truth and all you need to do to experience the benefits of this truth is open up and explore your abilities.
You’re capable of much more than you realize, and you possess the hidden talent to connect with entities in other, higher states of consciousness who want to help you along your ...
Having faith in yourselves is an important part of finding enlightenment (or simply enjoying your lives), and you can’t do anything significant for humanity’s evolution if you don’t have enough faith in yourselves to work (and play) hard.
You have to believe in yourselves and the abilities you’ve come to earth to share with the rest of humanity, and until you can do this, you might continue to meet stum...
By Wes Annac, January 9, 2015, http://cultureofawareness.com
(Note: And so, the experimenting continues. I’ve been trying a lot of new things lately, and my approach to sharing intuitive guidance has shifted.
I’m becoming less focused on identifying the source of the guidance I’ve conveyed to you all and more focused on letting it flow without labels or restrictions.
I think we can communicate with entities in higher realms, but I’m not quite as interested in spirit communicat...
Written by Wes Annac, Wes Annac's Personal Blog - http://wesannac.com/2014/12/10/hemp-an-industrially-versatile-plant-parts-23/
Concluded from Part 1
David P. West tells us that hemp’s among the most misunderstood plants of our time.
“Surely no member of the vegetable kingdom has ever been more misunderstood than hemp. For too many years, emotion—not reason—has guided our policy toward this crop. And nowhere have emotions run hotter than in the debate over the distinction betwee...