Wisdom with Wes: The Creative Benefits of Exercise

Snapshot_20140731_2I’m sure I’ve written a lot about exercise, and that’s because it’s a great way to keep the blood pumping and the spirit flowing. If we ever have trouble with our creativity, exercise (or something else that gets us moving and excited) might be the answer.

We’re all different, and what works for one might not work for another, but I’ve noticed that getting some exercise before sitting down to write works wonders on the creative flow.

Even though it isn’t the sole answer and we might have creative trouble even if we do it, it seems to help things flow more easily and smoothly. Everything is easier when we’re in an uplifted frame of mind, and this is why we’re continuously encouraged to get up! instead of staying down.

I think we’d all benefit from staying active, and I’ve noticed that laziness tends to deplete my creative flow and my willingness to contribute. We always hear about the benefits of being active, but actually experiencing them is a whole other story.

It feels great to stay active and uplifted, and I plan to stay as active as I can in hopes that it continues to uplift me and, hopefully, all of you who read these articles. I can’t recommend exercise or another uplifting activity enough, and the difference between an active, enthusiastic perspective and a lazy, dull one is like night and day.

The latter seems destructive to the spiritual path, whereas the former seems to encourage creativity and spiritual growth.

Exercise seems to lighten us up and help us sufficiently express ourselves, and together with an open mind, it’ll show us the way back into our own consciousness, where so many perceptual wonders are waiting.

Will you uplift yourself today?

Stay aware!

Wes Annac ❤

2015, http://cultureofawareness.com

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