by Dragana Brown
Our minds love images! And so, many of us live lives according to our images - - unreal lives.
We take images outside ourselves as a marker of what and how it should be, without allowing the world within ourselves to guide us. Our actions and behaviours are often the result of our own beliefs we hold around images, like films we turn into ‘art' only after editing, instead of simply representing reality as it is, we juxtapose images of it.
And then there’s the deceptive, polished media images of faces, bodies, lifestyles, all contributing to us detesting ourselves in parts or completely, so we will go and buy a solution to ‘love’ ourselves once again.
We live our lives through screens and images in this way, and we don't seem to distinguish what is real or fake anymore. It doesn't even seem to matter to us. This creation of images can affect life even more powerfully and stealthily than enunciation, or even enactment. The imagined pictures can lodge way too deeply in the private sphere, especially when the public sphere is already so fragile, dislodging much else.
Walks in Serge Benhayon, a wrecking ball for images. An ageless sage, an unapologetic truth bearer and teller and you get the exquisite taste of world without images.
In Serge’s living way one sees the eyes, eyesight and the act of seeing as much more than a physiological phenomenon, and that equally we employ not only our eyes to see but our entire being and so one gets to experience that we see not just that which is visible to the naked eye.
Serge is never too shy (shy at all) to spell things out just as they are, including the problem with us human beings in general that we opt out to see pretty (or even ugly) rather than True.
This world of ours is one big classroom, and in this era we have Serge Benhayon, one world teacher, who is constantly offering those willing to see, hear and feel opportunity to learn through experience, seeing Truth with our own eyes.
The world is like one big stage – a theatre – from the Greek Theatron meaning 'the seeing place’ or ‘place for watching'. When Serge Benhayon takes the stage he is like fish in the water, providing the listener with the space and place where we are continually offered to see the truth about life as individuals as well as in the social situations.
Historically we have seen and known Bubonic, Septicemic, Pneumonic, American, Antonine …. plagues to allegedly originate 'outside of ourselves' caused by some tiny little organisms visible to human eye only under the magnifying glass, responsible for loss of human lives on a massive scale. As the modern medicine has been advancing, we have actively taken pride in defeating those microscopic wee fellas, saving many lives in the process which of course is fantastic.
What Serge Benhayon sheds light on is a whole new array of modern day plague phenomena on the block that we’d rather remain blind to. Exhaustion plague. Lack of Self-Worth plague. Cyber Abuse plague. Lack of Self-Care plague. The Checking out plague. The numbing and dulling plague. Pornography plague. Irresponsibility plague….
What Serge is offering to individuals as he is to the whole of Humanity is beyond any X ray and most sophisticated night time vision cameras.
But are we ready to see it? And see it in Full at that?
And what if the marker for ‘better’ is simply a detour, a decoy, just another man-made deception of the grandness we are and come from and something we can choose to live right here and right now?
Accept and embrace energetic responsibility that Serge lives and offers in his presentations and we see that what we want for our children ceases to matter if we leave them an unlivable world.
If we intend to provide a different life, and a safer world, for future generations, we have responsibility to NOT ignore the quality of EVERYTHING we leave them.
That quality comes from the way we live in each moment. It is these revelations brought through and lived by Serge that many ears find too prickly and many eyes too stinging.
Nevertheless, Serge’s teachings are built on unity, oneness and universality and therefore what hurts one hurts us all. To throw any amount of poison into the blood of humanity, is a crime against Humanity.
There may be those who have trouble placing Serge Benhayon on par with some of the greatest philosophers in our history because these great sages had qualities of genius that we might find difficult to comprehend anyone can replicate. And yet to Serge this right is due.