Do we perceive what is true? Is our perception based on how we live? Yes, so how are we living? If we do not build a healthy honest foundation then no surprises that our perceptions are coloured by that.
If I don’t care for myself I don’t care for others. If another is being horrible to me I mention to myself that thats how they treat themselves, helps not take it personal. If I am loving and caring towards myself thats what I bring to everybody else. If I see the light in me I see it in others too.
Seeing that we are constantly living in a cycle or rhythm shows me that we have the eternal opportunity to be more aware of how we live our life in order to be more true to who we are in essence and to bring that quality to all our expressions for the benefit of us all.
This is beautiful Fiona, and I can feel the steadiness in such an approach that allows for the expansion of your expression
This is a game changer. Until we accept that it is perception and not recall that is the marker for true intelligence, we will continue to go around and around the same old worn down track that takes us deeper and deeper into ill health and disease simply because we have come to champion human created disorder over and above the greater universal order we belong to.
Aligning to the rhythm of the cycles of the Universe rather than the perceived perception of going forward is a paradigm shift that brings about a complete change of approach to life once adopted.
It is the utmost arrogance that we live beyond the natural cycles and order that is our world, and not investigating how our ill choices and movement is creating our ill-disease.
So much of what we perceive is living is far from truth when we are not connecting to the natural rhythms and cycles that are offered to us in each movement.
Serge Benhayon explains how our world is very different from our current beliefs, he reminds us that we are going round and round the sun, and not going forward in a straight line. We keep coming back to the one same spot. It can be pretty mind-blowing and no wonder there are a few people who object if they don't like their worlds to be rocked.
Even though I understand what Serge is talking about here, I still find myself living life like it is a straight line. It certainly can take a while to break this one down.
Serge Benhayon predicted the rise of cancer and diabetes and his predictions have proved to be correct - we are sicker than ever before and at last Western medicine is starting to recognise lifestyle as a cause for many of the diseases it is treating.
What is being presented here is so true, from a personal understanding I know that the disorder I can now feel in my body is from many life time's ago that has never been addressed and until I address it and heal the pain and the hurt it will keep presenting it self in my next lives as a health issue.
These words - "Our hurts or the trauma we experience are never greater than us" turn life as we know it upside down as I would say most of us have never ever considered that. For most these experiences often feel out of our control and often threaten to take over our lives. But to know that we are actually greater than them places the power for what happens in our lives firmly back in our very wise hands where it belongs. Thank Serge Benhayon for sharing this priceless wisdom with humanity.
I wonder why we are not taught this at school about the fact that we are going around and around going nowhere. It wasn't until Serge Benhayon talked about this and other related topics in such a simple way that I realised that I had actually not ever stopped to consider this simple fact and the implications this has on our lives.
To bring in an understanding that we live in cycles as part of our education system would bring in the true responsibility and accountability of everyone. A shift from the blame game on teachers or students and a coming together in understanding how we all have a part to play.
To begin to explore the huge intelligence of feeling, that is so way beyond the intelligence of thinking; this opens us up to our real potential.
Wonderful video snippet. I was present that day and it feels like the presentation is freshly made today. its great to go back and listen to the amazing wisdom being presented. That will rarely be heard anywhere else.
Serge Benhayon is seeding forth a new science and philosophy here that will serve humanity for the next millenium and more. When we come to truly understand the spherical nature of the world we live in it changes our whole relationship with each day we live and understand that life never ceases, it just goes round in circles.
Talk about delivering the Gold! Just when you thought a bomb was dropped Serge delivers more.. He had me holding onto the edge of seat as he always does even though for the last 13 years I have heard before what Serge was expressing in this presentation. Truth is so captivating . . .
It is becoming more evident within modern science that what we perceive and see as reality is entirely based on our will to see what we want to see. They have done experiments that prove this very fact, showing that even at the level of our observation of something happening we can manipulate what the result will be. Serge’s teachings on perception are age old, yet modern and ahead of where science is currently at. It pays to listen to what he has to share for it reveals the truth the humanity will have to come to re-learn anyway.
'Life isn't about moving forwards beyond something" and yet we are all living as if it is. We spend our working week hanging out for the weekend, we spend our working months counting down the days until our holiday, we can't wait for school or studies to be over, etc. Our eyes are almost permanently on the horizon, it's as if we don't ever truly arrive anywhere. But the absolute game changer is when we commit to arriving in our bodies, regardless of where we are, who we're with or what we're doing.
Incredible to consider that the world is in the atrocious mess that it is because each one of us has dedicated ourselves to avoiding feeling the pain that we are harbouring inside.
What a 'Godsend' to know that there is no-thing that we can't heal.
I like the idea that true intelligence comes from perception rather than recall as it says to me that intelligence is something we access that is way bigger and grander than anything we can come up with on our own, and also is continually being expanded and upgraded where as recall feels flat, reduced in size and limited to repeating the same without expansion.
Having this understanding that nothing gets left behind had made a whole heap of sense to life. Having experienced behaviours playing out since childhood. Or I meet someone I clash with and we part ways only to find another person has that same quality that I clashed with in another. With Serge Benhayon's help I've faced a fair few hurts and continue to do so, the more I avoid the more behaviours get crazy so it pays greatly to deal with them because then I get to be me who isn't smaller than the hurt.
True perception feels like the whole, grand picture, seeing how everything is in the grand scheme of the universe. When we bring our perception down to the human 'ant farm' level, you completely miss out on this level of perception and understanding. I can still get caught in the linear thinking of going somewhere in life. But when I feel that everything returns to the same place, it is very stilling and humbling.
The first time I attended a workshop with Serge Benhayon he made sense of so much that hadn’t made sense to me for most of my life, and for the last 13 years he has continued to make sense of so much more. This very wise man has an understanding of humanity and this world that is far greater than all the so-called intelligent minds we have on earth today put together, but he continues to be the most humble man I have ever met, not using his wisdom for self-gain but for the benefit of the whole of humanity.
Yes, do we use our perception of time to avoid dealing with what is going on for us now in life because we are constantly looking forward in life. The next special moment and so on yet that no changed situation or special moment is going to change how we feel in ourselves.
'and not that life happens in spite of us'. Yes this is a key point. So many of us have given up and claiming themselves in life and claiming their responsibility in it. It makes simple sense that illness and dis-ease will inevitably occur if we choose this route
It's interesting how Serge Benhayon has made the predictions on our health 20 years ago but no one is listening, meanwhile the rates of illness and disease continues to climb. I would have thought by now when the health systems across the world are facing bankruptcy that the medical profession would be seeking support and a greater understanding of why it is we are getting so sick. Could it be that professional pride is more important than the health of a nation?
Serge gives the viewer an insight into the philosophies and teachings that have inspired a global movement of people to make true and lasting changes to their vitality and wellbeing.