Nature: The Ultimate Reflection

I didn’t realise how important green space was for health until I spent time in a city with limited access to the natural elements. When I made my way to the river and botanical gardens, I felt a noticeable shift in the way I was feeling. I let go of the tension I was holding in my body and felt a deep appreciation of the beauty of the natural world.

So what is the powerful quality of nature all about? What is it about nature that allows us to feel content and reconnected to ourselves? Continue reading “Nature: The Ultimate Reflection”

What a Day… with Serge Benhayon

Recently I was preparing to attend the annual Universal Medicine UK retreat. I had extra leave so travelled down a day earlier so I could have a group session with Serge Benhayon.

I have been to these group sessions in the past and have been blown away by the true deep wisdom, love and healing that is offered.

The session was no different in that Serge was on fire (as he always is), bringing forth such healing and profound universal truths. Just feeling back to this and what he brought I feel so totally blessed and honoured to be in such a presence, as seeing this truly beautiful man is like having a meeting with heaven.

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It turns out that I am Religious after all!

Most of my life I have been averse to the idea of being religious, partly because I was brought up in a family that was not religious and somewhat against religion, and also because of the examples of religion that I saw around me and the effect these groups had on people, communities and countries. For example, my mum comes from Belfast, a place that has been fought over by two religions for a very long time.

But from the word go I always had an interest in religion and even picked it as one of my options to study at GSCE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) level in Secondary school. I always found it fascinating, the ins and outs of these groups and how they worked, even though it was never something that actually appealed to me.

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Liane Mandalis, Me and all of Humanity

I am blessed to have a close friend in life who goes by the name of Liane Mandalis. We met years ago in a café in Sydney and ever since have chosen to have each other near, call on each other for support, and inspire the other to the nth degree.

Liane Mandalis and Nikki McKee
Liane Mandalis (left) and Nikki McKee (right)

She has many great attributes, but the focus of this article is her commitment to Truth. She does not waver and nothing can get in the way of her expressing Truth. It can but try, but it doesn’t stand a chance.

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Images of God

Recently I was at a meeting and celebration. Various presenters got up on stage, and great music bands too. One of the presenters, a senior academic, asked the audience the question:

What is your image of God?

It was a challenge for us to look honestly within and see what kind of image we had of God, what we believe and feel and think we know about God.

Suddenly my journey with seeking the truth about God throughout my whole life was sitting there with me. Continue reading “Images of God”

For Every Force there is an Equal and Opposite Force

I was always a keen physicist at school and thus was very aware of Isaac Newton’s Third Law which states that:

“For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” (Isaac Newton)

In one of the many presentations given by Serge Benhayon, he offered an expansion to understanding Newton’s Third Law:

“For every force there is an equal and opposite force.” (Serge Benhayon)

My scientific mind was immediately pricked, so I began to consider the world through the lens of this scientific fact and it enabled me to unlock a far deeper understanding of the world.

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