From a young age it seems our only real directive is to get on and do well at school: get a good job, buy a house and get married, build a family and go on holidays, eat out, and generally succumb to life. Continue reading “Working for God not Self”
A Letter to Serge Benhayon from Rachel Andras
I have never written a love letter in my life and I’ve never thought about doing so until now, but I feel the time has come and a true love letter is now needed.
History is full of love letters referring to the emotional turmoils of people and their longing for each other, but what I’ve learned from you Serge is that true love is far from being emotional; that it is a living stillness residing inside me as the foundation of my divine essence. Continue reading “A True Love Letter for Serge Benhayon”
With the May 2015 U.K. Universal Medicine Retreat already in the past, I feel drawn to examine my position, and the position of Humanity at this moment in time.
I write in relation to ’The Livingness Workshop – Stage 1’ facilitated by Serge Benhayon of Universal Medicine on 15 February 2015. This was my first experience seeing Serge live, albeit from a webcast to Sydney. Having undertaken some of my own research prior to attending, I was reasonably certain that this was going to be a special day. Continue reading “The Universal Medicine Livingness Workshop presented by Serge Benhayon”
We bandy around the word love in everyday life. People say it to each other, we sign-off in letters and greeting cards with it, songs are written about it and it’s a favourite topic in romantic movies. Continue reading “The Word Love”
There is a fascination in me with the dawning and closing of the day – sunrise and sunset. I love the light, I love the ever-changing patterns of clouds – streaming reds and pinks and visual explosions of deep oranges and yellows across the lightening or darkening sky. The blues, from midnight blue to ocean marine blue, all act as a wonderful backdrop for the myriad light shows that we all can choose to witness each and every day. Continue reading “Sunrise and Sunset – The Dawning of Consistency”