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

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

  1. We are fools when we categorise people and then decide whether we can or cannot learn from and be inspired by them. In fact when we do this we miss out on the abundance of heavenly offerings in every day.

  2. It can be a point of identification with age that we know more, and therefore command a false authority which is not truly honouring of our equality.

  3. It is interesting how we can block out a reflection by creating conditions according to various factors that are purely relevant on this plane of life, like age, gender, accreditation etc. and that pretty much tells how we are stubbornly protecting the way we have accepted it is, never mind it being utterly loveless and false.

  4. Thank you Katinka, how important is it to have a role model like Natalie who actually lives what she shares and thus her words are felt as a lived wisdom and this sets what she shares apart from other presenters.

  5. Natalie definitely presents to people to not be apologetic for who they are, it is inspiring to see another woman who is not bothered by the demands of society.

  6. “I am inspired by children every day, reminding me what life really is about: joy, playfulness, simplicity and love.” We have so much to learn from children.

    1. ‘Joy, playfullness, simplicity and love’ are all qualities that are pretty scarce amongst adults, which quite frankly is a crying shame when they are available to us all. I would also suggest that each one supports the others to flourish.

  7. Natalie is truly an extraordinary young lady. I have just watched her present today at the Women In Livingness “Empowerment to Power” workshop and I was so deeply touched by her humility equality, sass and cheekiness – she is a very funny lady, and what she has to share with humanity is profound.

  8. I was listening to someone explain to me how their company was going to bring further automation to an industry.
    So I asked them what are we going to do with all the people that will lose their jobs from this further automation? And basically people don’t matter but money and profit/greed does, as far as I could tell.
    If this is intelligence to only think of profit and money, then I hate the intelligence of our minds, because it shows me it is all about taking what you can get over what is best for humanity as a whole. Seriously what is going to happen to all these people that are put out of work? What will happen to their families and their communities? What are we doing to ourselves all in the name of money?

  9. ‘Natalie Benhayon inspires us all to be all that we are and is humbled to be inspired herself by every living creature she encounters.’ Natalie is an amazing woman whose love for people holds them in the divinity they are. That she is inspired by all she meets inspires me to see the beauty in everyone, including myself.

    1. I agree and her sister Simone Benhayon is pretty cool too! 💫 In fact they are both deeply beautiful in every way possible, very amazing women who I and many others are blessed to know and have our life.

  10. “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.” All of this is powerful, but the last part, to never apologise for what we know is true – that deeply touches me and confirms everything I know about Natalie Benhayon to be true. A short, sharp, power packed blog Katinka, thank you.

  11. ‘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.’ We are all equal and it is very liberating to live from the wisdom we all hold inside and Nataiie inspires us all to not hold back and express it all.

  12. Standing in front of Natalie Benhayon once when she gave Sacred Movement I felt that every cell of her body was emanating service to the world. Her commitment to contribute is huge.

  13. I have in my life time met many presenters, presenting on all topics of life and work, but they do not live what they present at all- it is all knowledge based.
    Natalie Benhayon like her father Serge Benhayon express and present from their heart and from their livingness, this has a totally different quality that can be felt and understood as it resonates within our bodies. It can also be practically applied if one chooses or not.

  14. The expression ‘out of the mouths of babes’ comes to me here, simply because very young children sometimes say the most extraordinarily wise things. We should never judge another for being less wise, simply because they are young, and Natalie Benhayon is no exception. A young woman who lives and expresses Ancient Wisdom in her every word and move. She is an inspirational role model for any man, woman or child, whatever their age.

  15. Natalie presents from the Ageless Wisdom like many before her have done in the past. She shows us every time that she does not own this wisdom but instead that it is from an inner connection and is equally available for us all.

    1. Natalie Benhayon is the most gloriously gorgeous portal for the Ageless Wisdom. And like every person that has ever been a portal for the Ageless Wisdom Natalie knows that a portal is what she is and never does she attempt to own what she shares. What she is particularly brilliant at is sharing the steps that she has taken to become a portal and the steps that she continues to take to refine her portal.

  16. Natalie Benhayon lives that what we will all live in the future which is possible when you surrender yourself to the love we are from, with our Soul.

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