Wisdom With Wes: Soaring in the Face of Adversity

Snapshot_20140731_2We don’t have to let the difficult and painful moments we experience here on earth bring us down, and in fact, we can use them as a reason to soar higher than ever.

Instead of letting our most painful times take us under, let’s use them as a reason to excel like never before; to make more spiritual progress than we ever thought we were capable of.

We have little reason to let our pains and difficulties stop us from shining our light or helping others shine theirs, and they can only keep us down if we let them.

They can only stop us from playing our potent roles in humanity’s ascension if we don’t remain as strong and diligent as we’ve been so far, and the next time we feel like descending into negativity, I think we’ll benefit more from accepting the issue/challenge that’s placed before us.

We’ll be very glad we started to see our most difficult and painful moments as challenges of our ability to remain calm, cool and centered, and we’ll be especially happy when we overcome those challenges.

We’ll see that they were never as difficult as we originally thought, and the next time we’re challenged, we’ll know to remain diligent and centered as we allow any stress, drama or negativity we could otherwise experience to fall away.

We’re gaining wisdom and experience as we deal with difficult and sometimes heart-wrenching challenges, and the result will eventually be that we’re able to handle anything and everything that comes our way.

Our strength and resilience are growing with each attempt we make to remain in our center in the face of difficult or stressful situations, and even if we’re constantly challenged, we can recognize it as a constant opportunity to remain balanced and continuously call on the sacred inner power that’s helping us find our way home.

Do you choose to be strong today?

Stay aware!

Wes Annac 🙂

2014, http://cultureofawareness.com


  1. I’m dealing with a very difficult person in my life and this piece helped me gain perspective. He’s helping me train myself to stay centered and balanced.


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