Natalie Benhayon: Ancient Wisdom through a 24-year old Woman

Katinka de Lannoy
Katinka de Lannoy

I first met Natalie Benhayon in 2009 where she was presenting at a Retreat of Universal Medicine in Vietnam. I remember being amazed and inspired by the purity, power and wisdom with which she was presenting. At the time Natalie was only 19 years old.

Through the years I have seen Natalie develop into the woman she is today: modern, soulful, inspiring, steady, sexy and sacred. With natural leadership qualities she continues to inspire women of all ages around the globe. Not by presenting through acquired knowledge but by presenting from her heart and from her livingness.

As a mature woman of forty-three, academically trained and with a level of wisdom myself, I have no trouble accepting that a woman nearly 20 years younger than me actually has access to a deeper level of wisdom than I have at this time. Not because she is more special than any other woman I know, but because of the consistency with which she lovingly holds herself, honours herself and cares for herself.

Natalie Benhayon undoubtedly inspires every man and woman she meets to be in their power, to express from their hearts and to never apologise for what they know is true for them. In a world where kids are pressured into being a certain way through education, cultural ideals and religion, it is essential that they are inspired to connect to the wisdom of their inner hearts.

Natalie Benhayon
Natalie Benhayon

So can we only learn from people with an extended list of educational credentials? How well is humanity doing relying on the so called intelligence of the mind? As a mother I am inspired by children every day, reminding me what life really is about: joy, playfulness, simplicity and love.

So could we say that age has nothing to do with wisdom?

Could we say that anything and anyone can reflect to us the wisdom and beauty we all have inside of us?

Natalie Benhayon inspires us all to be all that we are and is humbled to be inspired herself by every living creature she encounters.

Let us lose the pettiness of judging any person we meet by their age, educational/professional background or ethnicity. Let us be open to be inspired by the Beauty and Wisdom of All.

By Katinka de Lannoy, The Netherlands

803 thoughts on “Natalie Benhayon: Ancient Wisdom through a 24-year old Woman

  1. Living in connection to the wisdom of our Soul is not age or gender specific, nor does it require an academic qualification. We all have equal access to multidimensional intelligence when we live in connection to our Soul, through which the vibration of love is reflected. It is always an inspiration to feel this lived quality through any body be it a child, teenager, adult or elder as there is always much for us to learn and share together.

  2. Speaking with Natalie is like being in the presence of an ancient sage who offers wisdom which rings true deep in the heart. But she is also super sassy and real and relatable like the girl next door. Her sexiness is coupled with her sacredness which she honours totally. She holds herself in this as an example for all of us as to how we can be and live. She is a true role model and an inspiration.

  3. “So can we only learn from people with an extended list of educational credentials?” – Great question, and also does having educational credentials guarantee that what someone is presenting or teaching is actually of true value and worth or applicable to life…?

  4. Natalie Benhayon is a true model for men and women equally, she is dedicated to truth and has such a depth of wisdom and universal knowledge that is far beyond her years, what a blessing to know this amazing woman.

  5. I know women of many ages from girls to more mature women who are inspired by Natalie Benhayon. Over the 6 or 7 years I have known her, her level of wisdom and understanding has only ever deepened. She is certainly one of the most inspiring women I have known and because of Natalie I am more inspired to live the woman that I am.

  6. I totally agree with the message being presented in this blog, and I have many coworkers that are almost half my age that I have held as equals and learned many incredible things about life, my work, how to evolve relationships in a positive way, etc. because I was willing to not judge them based on their age, even in a work environment that rewards people and values seniority. We need to focus more on the quality of what a person is bringing to their work more so than the mere years they have been there, which could have been spent in a way that is disharmonious and without that same quality of connection, openness, and learning.

  7. “Could we say that age has nothing to do with wisdom?” – Definitely. I am making wiser choices now compared to when I was younger, but that is not because I am older, but it is more to do with my reconnection to my Soul, my essence, God, and my renewed commitment to myself and to life. We could just be getting older and older but could be further ingrained in our patterns and identifications, and/or more given up and withdrawn from life. Going around in cycles is designed to assist us in our evolution, but there is a will to be exercised that defines where we would allocate ourselves in the whole scheme of things.

  8. Natalie Benhayon is a woman who is willing to live outside of the box of what a woman is supposed to be, how she is supposed to look, what she is supposed to achieve. Natalie is who she is, and who she is is glorious and fun and sweet and super super wise. She shows all women that we can be ourselves and still be in the world, and that in fact it is far more fulfilling to bring ourselves to the world as this enriches all aspects of life.

  9. We miss out big time when we see someone younger than ourselves as having less wisdom or can’t learn anything new from. It’s also limiting when we just look at this life and discount reincarnation. I mean how often do you hear people say ‘he’s an old soul’ or ‘she’s been here before’. If we drop the age and education beliefs, we open ourselves up to wisdom everywhere.

  10. This is a great article, Katinka, where you offer me, the reader, a real paradigm shift in what leadership is about. Could it be indeed that true leadership is not based on age, experience and position, but based on the ability to access wisdom (without needing to collect and ‘store’ information by means of our heads) and present a life where one lives what one is expressing leadership to be? And indeed Natalie Benhayon is a superb example what leadership could be?

  11. Katinka your words are a call to respect and equality, to honour what’s inside of us all no matter age or other outer defining characteristics.

  12. From the presentations that I have attended by Natalie Benhayon, it is clear to see that the way that she lives is absolutely dedicated to the truth, and the fact that she then has the warmth and love for people so much that she is willing to stand up on a stage and to share this with hundreds of people, is testimony to the power of truth itself and what it can bring to all our lives if we were to also choose to live its ways. With truth here being the Universal Truth and not any other meaning of that word.

  13. Natalie is ageless and shows us all no matter who we are, what age we are we can live the love that we know we are in full. The way Natalie keeps everything very simple, practical and relatable is a telling sign how it comes from the way she lives and not from her head. Her love and support is enormous and I am very grateful to know her.

  14. Natalie Benhayon is such a completely totally head over heals Gorgeous women in so very many ways, who deeply cares about all women including our younger generations in that they should have the space and freedom to truly celebrate and express all that they are in every moment. Very inspiring. And yes age does not define our wisdom as old ill beliefs may have us believe. Children can be incredibly wise and are equal to adults.

  15. Its true, age or any demographic cannot define the true intelligence and wisdom of any human being. What makes me feel good most, is being touched by someone genuinely expressing their love, and out of all the people I have experienced this week this has been a 6 year old girl. Her actions were so very tangibly felt, it left me with a warm fuzzy feeling inside my body. This is inspiring and naturally makes you seek again for the same. To me it’s an intelligence I will to seek.

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