Livingness in Earth School, Learning in Heaven’s Classroom

For many years I have not accepted being here, convinced that I have been born into the wrong country and even the wrong planet. The truth is, there is a deep knowing within that we are not from here. After I was able to let go of resisting and reacting, and with true understanding of why I have chosen to be here, life on earth became for me an education that I am committed to, as it provides the education for us all to truly graduate and return to where we are originally from.

One of the coolest things of Earth School is we can actually learn every moment, in everything we encounter.

There is no need to do anything special. We just have to show up and see the lesson.

This learning is called living; the education is known as Livingness.

The awesome thing about Livingness is it is not about tests or grades, recognition or rewards, there are no formulas to memorise or rely on… all we have to do is get in there and get on with life.

When we meet life in every moment with the wonder that we truly are, the moment reflects this true wonder back to us. In the course of our education, some subjects might seem harder than others – we sparkle less brightly and may even entertain thoughts that we have failed. These too are precious, as well as pivotal, moments. If we are ready for more to be revealed, we are offered a choice to see the lesson in more depth.

This is how our Earth School educates from Heaven’s Classroom.

There is no forceful spoon-feeding. Everyone is given exactly what they need to learn, to a level and depth that is relevant for more growth. Nothing can be learned ahead of time. No student can really be ahead of or behind another, for the power of what is learned is in everyone getting it, and no one can get it until they do.

There is never a shortage of courses to learn, projects to collaborate on, workshops to take us deeper and we do not have to go anywhere or do anything different. We are the courses, the projects, the workshops – the moment we see life and engage with it, we are learning. We bring forth wisdom and healing as we bring forth our true selves, and as we deepen the expression of who we are, so will the healing and wisdom grow. This way, we are living and learning the future every moment, each moment more than the last in a constant process of evolving.

We are forever students and teachers at the same time – there is no differentiation.

It is in this equality that we open ourselves to learn all there is to offer. We are each other’s tutorials when we get stuck; simply by being ourselves we provide a reflection for each other. We cannot truly ‘help’ another per se by telling them what to do, but we can hold another as an equal human being and allow them the spaciousness to feel and choose for themselves.

We make a difference by breathing our own breath; we are committed to teach and learn in honesty, integrity and responsibility, without any need to be perfect.

Awareness is our textbook – we teach, learn, correct, re-imprint with it. It supports our growth, our deepening, our expansion, and this evolution is what truly makes a difference.

So, for now, I willingly accept and truly enjoy studying in Earth School and learning from Heaven’s Classroom – the coolest education ever, because this is the education where evolution happens.

By Adele Leung, Image Consultant, Hong Kong.

983 thoughts on “Livingness in Earth School, Learning in Heaven’s Classroom

  1. You can’t beat ‘Earth School’ as the greatest form of ‘institutional’ learning. Earth school provides the best classroom experience, with everything on hand to show, confirm and expose lived choices that either support learning and evolution or not. Whatever we may think about it, the semesters, terms and years keep cycling around and there is no ducking out, try as we might.

  2. I wonder about the familiar feeling of not belonging to or feeling like we fit into the families that we are born into. Is this the tension of remaining true to ourselves or a pull back to reconnecting to a way of being that is true?

  3. Life really does provide opportunities to learn, grow, to inspire each other and evolve. It’s quite magical really to see it all unfold day after day, it confirms the grand plan we are all a part of and the love behind it all. And what a lovely line; “We bring forth wisdom and healing as we bring forth our true selves”. So true!

  4. What is reflected very strongly through what you have shared is that we simply cannot learn and evolve without each other, and as a humanity the more open we are to who we are within and with each other, the greater depths we can explore and live the true potential of our universal qualities.

    1. Beautifully shared Carola, how often do we attribute learning to books and knowledge, instead of the living way and reflection another provides?

  5. “The truth is, there is a deep knowing within that we are not from here.” Yes, a simple fact and so easily detected. How many of us do feel a stranger in our environment in whatever form this may be experienced, and what if this is due to this simple fact that we are all simply not from here.

  6. I love that Serge Benhayon is always saying he is a forever student, being open to this continuous learning our awareness continually grows and expands.

  7. As a teenager, I remember having the thoughts that it was all too hard and that life sucked on this planet, that I was never going to have children as it would be far too irresponsible to bring life to a planet that was so devoid of basic care let alone love! However, in opening up to the bigger picture and in allowing a greater awareness as to the purpose of life here everything started to make a lot more sense – with less reaction and more acceptance life has taken on a far greater quality.

  8. ‘We are the courses, the projects, the workshops – the moment we see life and engage with it, we are learning’. This is a great way to travel through life – one long journey of learning, growing and expanding.

  9. “we sparkle less brightly and may even entertain thoughts that we have failed. These too are precious, as well as pivotal, moments. If we are ready for more to be revealed, we are offered a choice to see the lesson in more depth.” The more I embrace this the more I learn and the more joy I feel in life.

    1. And seeing the lesson in more depth, brings increased awareness to the learning and the opportunity on offer to perhaps take stock or change direction, or just offers a stop moment, whatever is needed.

  10. There is such a tenderness we allow for ourselves when we see that all is a learning, as we are all students of life.

  11. When I sit in the room with the teachings of Ageless Wisdom presented by Serge Benhayon I am in heaven’s classroom which support me immensely to deal with all I have to come back to by the reflexions by humanity here on planet earth.

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