I love how what's offered here is presenting that being in touch with and honouring our delicateness can actually be a true strength and not a weakness.
I agree with this, I played it tough, not understanding that is not strong, It makes us sick, it is strong to be vulnerable, open and delicate.
By expressing so simply and directly our foundational hurt and the difference in out-play between men and women provides an understanding from which true healing can occur.
Never before has anyone shared with such understanding and clarity what hurts truly are and that now there is a choice to live with our without them.
Yes, we have got it all upside down - true authority has nothing to do with toughness, but the ability to be real and transparent, especially the tender and delicate part of us.
No one has spoken like this before, explaining the core of our hurts and it makes complete sense to me as I know from my own childhood how delicate and sweet we all are however as we grow up that sweetness and delicateness within gets squashed and we harden and protect ourselves to cope with a world that champions competition, money and status.
Our hurts build walls of protection and when we are given the truth in why we build and that there is no longer a need to protect we are offered true livingness. Thank you Serge Benhayon!
We are all from babies very delicate and sweet natured and as Serge Benhayon has said this is not fostered. We cannot blame our parents because they did not know any different but at some point we do have to draw a line in the sand and say that is enough as how we are raised as children then affects the rest of our lives. What would the world look like if we changed the way we brought up and educated the next generation so that they did not contract and go into protection but where able to be open and fully expressing?
Absolutely correct Mary, we have 'at some point draw a line' and that time is now and Serge Benhayon with his family has shown us the way through their lived example.
We dont realise how much we are further hurting ourselves in holding back on expressing our delicateness. It makes so much sense how we are trying to live to ideals that we can never fit and that is our deepest hurt.
We are moulded and shaped as we grow into something that we think is what a man and a woman is, instead to being allowed to grown into who we naturally are. I love Serge's frankness and willingness to call out what has occurred for nearly everyone on this planet. No wonder our behaviours are more extreme than ever.
Once again Serge Benhayon simply exposes the cause of our ills. Our sensitivity, fragility and beauty is our real power. Embracing and cherishing these qualities within us restores true equality, our knowing that we all feel the same, and feel the same things.
The pin-pointing of the foundational hurts of men and women - rejection of the delicacy of men and of women not fulfilling an image and hence self-worth issues - explains so much of the cause for the crisis in humanity. For how different would society be if we fostered our delicateness, tenderness and beauty rather competing to protect ourselves from being hurt?
Fearing having our delicateness trampled on is really us trampling on our own hearts. It’s very powerful and healing to realise we all felt rejected as kids no matter how good our childhood was. Not feeling enough or not be allowed to be who you are is a hurt we have all carried. But it sets us up to keep people out and not show our delicate nature – just in case. Being ourselves is worth the risk.
What an incredibly valuable two-minute snippet this is as Serge Benhayon totally makes sense of the hurts men and women live with in their lives. And in doing so he shatters the many beliefs we have often blindly accepted of how life is meant to be and presented us with the wisdom to support us to make the choice to live in a very different and more self-honouring way.
This video highlights very clearly the origins of our deepest hurts. From Serge sharing this wisdom with us we have been gifted a foundation from which to bring healing to what inhibits us from living in our fullness. What a truly loving gift to receive.
I love what is presented here. If we do not honour our innate preciousness we will bury it beneath layers of protection that keep us living in isolation not only to each other but also within ourselves.
So often we can be engrossed in how this impacts others but when we slip away from the connection to ourselves we offer less in our expression that is there for ALL.
I love the way this exposes how fruitless it is to try and live up to any picture or ideal we may have. While who we are within remains whole and full and always will. Serge Benhayon is so down to earth in his expression of wisdom.
We have distorted the word relationship to mean a fulfilment of a need from another. What would the world be like if we sought real relationships where we love each other just as much as we love ourselves and are not afraid to show that?
Have we stopped to consider what we are doing to ourselves by moulding into a way that is not our natural way of being?
How different would life be if we simply choose to experiment having relationships in the way that Serge presents here? I know with my experience it was life changing to start this path.
To live holding pictures in our minds of what life should be like is not only exhausting it is the recipe for a life of constant disappointment as the expectations which come with the pictures ensure we are in a tension that actually has no place in our body. Shattering these long-held pictures can be rather challenging at times but to do so offers the feeling of liberation from all the ‘should be’s’ and presents us with what is truly and realistically possible.
This hit home for me — showing all of me in my delicacy and sensitivity and not protecting myself from being trampled on or being taken advantage of or being rejected. It seems a whole a lot simpler to show my sensitivity and not feel in disorder from not showing it. Its cherishing me for who I am (sensitive) and what I have to do (be sensitive) knowing when I have to do it (all the time).
When we heal our hurts we are far less defensive and as there is not the same need to protect and hence we are therefore no longer so reactive and we can instead be open and responsive to others.
It's like we can help to stop the hurt chain-reaction by healing our hurts and instead support everyone by being the innate unconditional love and delicateness we all are.
I can really see how what is presented here plays out in daily life, where people feel safer holding themselves in protection and not wanting to let other people in, for fear of being hurt. But I can also see how holding people out, hurts others too because it says you are not worth opening up to, so really we are compounding the hurts by staying in protection with one another. So it makes sense to me that the only way out of this is to come clean about our hurts and open up to others.Whenever I have done this I have felt instantly closer to others.
I recently attended a Universal Medicine level 2 Connective Tissue workshop. I got to feel in other people’s bodies just how delicate and precious we all are. It reminded me of when I was a child and I felt the delicateness but it was not appreciated or honoured so I hid these feelings away to protect them from being crushed completely. Finding them again in my body after all these years is a blessing as I now have a choice to let go of the hardness I have built up in my body as a way to protect myself and instead feel just how delicate I am and honour this in my body, by doing this my whole demeanor with people has changed because I can feel how delicate they are and this needs to be respected and honoured in them too.
I have also felt this exquisite but powerful delicateness when receiving esoteric connective tissue therapy.
I love what Serge presents here about how we are all tender and delicate and love to be affectionate but we are living touch and hard with each other. I can really feel that.
Not only don't we as men and women never fit the pictures we have been given the picture are constantly changing and this adds to the confusion of what is expected of us. Is it any wonder as a society we suffer from mental health problems.
Protecting our hurts really doesn't work. The more I feel the energy of what makes up a hurt the more I let go of them because I get to see that they aren't mine in the first place, not something that is truly a part of me.
It does seem a bit crazy and very exhausting to keep trying to pretend that I am hard and tough when really the truth is I’m naturally sensitive like everyone else.
Two minutes, 23 seconds of absolute gold from Serge Benhayon, exposing how so many of us live in a constant state of protection, and why. To be able to first acknowledge these hurts is the key to eventually heal them so we no longer need to protect ourselves from the world, but live in the fullness of who we naturally are.
If we have no unresolved hurts there is no longer the need to self-protect which one enables to be transparent and all that that brings with it.
It doesn’t get better than this to understand our way forward in dealing with life.
All the games we play to keep our guards up, mistrust or compete with others simply to avoid being rejected. Coming clean and asking if our behaviours stem from a hurt can help reduce the unloving behaviours we see in the world. There's no abuse if your not hurt and being naturally your loving self.
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