by Anna McCormack
One of my favourite things to do these days is to listen to Serge Benhayon present on the ancient wisdom. Be it a sermon at ‘The Way of The Livingness’ Day, or a workshop or retreat, listening to Serge speak ignites something in me like nothing else can. An ancientness, a knowing, something that can be described as nothing less than Godly. The teachings Serge brings through are both deeply religious and yet super practical.
It would appear that today many of us have lost connection with our ancient divine roots. There are many who are disheartened, who believe that human life as it is today is ‘all there is’. Watching TV, going to work, playing sport, getting married and having kids are just a few activities seen as the pinnacle of the day or year. The daily grind has become just that ... a daily grind (coffee and all), where at best things run smoothly, and at worst, well, anything can easily bring us down.
‘We are of this world, but not from it.’ Serge Benhayon
Knowing Serge Benhayon has completely turned my life around. I’ve gone from a very hurt and given up person, to now a confident & responsible woman who has definite purpose.
I spent a lot of time feeling like a victim, not able to see my part in situations, be it work or family related. I was the classic person who secretly blamed others for what was going on within and around me.
Since meeting Serge and Universal Medicine, I am no longer this person. I have taken life in both hands, with the knowing that we are so much more, but that it starts with developing a very solid commitment to loving ourselves and bringing all of this love to all that we do.
Serge is a man that lives the love of his soul and a love for all like no other. He is a true inspiration and role model for the ages, and one day he will be known for this. Are we going to wait, as has been done to so many great teachers throughout our history until he has some 100 years past before we are willing to see this?
I write this today as a testament to Serge's character and in honour of his being-ness, something he has inspired in me and countless others, a true way to live that is beyond where we come from.