Being a Student of The Way of The Livingness

I am a student of the Way of The Livingness – I have been for the last 6 years.

The Way of The Livingness

I have written many blogs about what I have learned along the way and how much I have turned my life around.

What is amazing with being a student of The Way of The Livingness is meeting other students, and hearing their stories. I love real life stories, not made up versions, but the real deal.

There are some students of The Way of the Livingness who I meet and when they describe their life and how they used to live, it seems as if they are talking about someone completely different. This is what I love about these people. They have lived and experienced life in so many different ways.

I have met people who have been heroin addicts, prostitutes, a drug dealer, police, a lawyer, a sailor, an NLP practitioner, a Reiki Master, a doctor, a nurse, a dentist, a counsellor, a yoga teacher… as well as one person who was constantly angry, another who was always depressed, another who was a hermit and didn’t have any friends and would not interact with people; some were poor, some were rich… I have met so many people from all walks of life and made new friends.

What this has shown me is that The Way of The Livingness is for everyone equally and it does not matter what your background is or was. It does not matter where you come from or what you have done. None of that matters. It is not ever about what you do or what you have done – it is actually more about who you are.

There are no rules, no regulations, no ‘shoulds’ or ‘should nots’. All that this way of living really asks of you is to be aware of yourself and to take responsibility for your choices. This is how these people were able to make such changes in their lives.

I for one spent most of my life unaware and in a mode of blaming everyone else instead of getting honest and realising that everything that has happened to me in my life is because of a choice I have made. Nothing just happens.

I am so glad that I was introduced to Serge Benhayon and his inspiring family and that I found Universal Medicine. I love being a student of The Way of The Livingness – it is now my way.

Rosie Bason
Rosie Bason – “I love being a student of The Way of The Livingness”

By Rosie Bason

Further Reading:
The Livingness
Universal Medicine, The Way of The Livingness & the Student Body: We Are here to Stay, We Are not Going Away
I am a Student of The Way of The Livingness

882 thoughts on “Being a Student of The Way of The Livingness

  1. “It does not matter where you come from or what you have done. None of that matters. It is not ever about what you do or what you have done – it is actually more about who you are.” Letting go of the identification of what I have done to give me value, worth and status has been a great struggle for me as I had so little self-worth in just being me. Learning to, ‘Just being me’, is being a student of The Way of The Livingness – how crazy is that, that one has to re-learn being oneself? It completely turns education and all one strives for in the present society on its head.

    1. Yes, it is crazy when you say it like that! One has to re-learn to be oneself!!! Why on earth did we not learn to just love and accept ourselves right from the start?? Why has it been so much about fitting it, ticking the box and not letting people see or feel the real you?

  2. ‘What this has shown me is that The Way of The Livingness is for everyone equally and it does not matter what your background is or was. It does not matter where you come from or what you have done.’ The only thing that counts is right now, to don’t look back but to become ourselves, appreciate what is in front of us and go from there. To expand the love that lives inside us and to do this with people from all walks of life and from all over the world is just amazing.

  3. We have all walked different steps that have resulted in different experiences for us, but the more we share the reality of where we have been due to our choices and what we have subsequently healed, the more open we are to the amazingness of what we are actually learning and where we are together going.

  4. Thank you Rosie, that is a super cute photo of you. The Way of The Livingness is for everyone, it’s the way of the soul on earth, and a soul is something we all have. No one is special or excluded for any reason (including gender and sexuality) as all are equal. This is particularly dear to me because as a child and later as an adult I have never felt anything that ostracised or excluded others (particularly in religion) was right. We know in our hearts we are all equal.

  5. Being a student of The Way of The Livingness places responsibility fairly and squarely back in our own hands, where it belongs. No more blaming another or being a victim of life, but living our lives, to the best of our ability, with integrity, purpose and love for ourselves and all others.,

  6. What this blog – and my experience of The Way of The Livingness shows me – is that no matter who we are, what we do or what we have done, there is an essence within us all that is equal, true and harmonious. We can all reconnect to this Living Way if we choose to and set our apparent differences aside.

    1. I am so cool, I am on fire! nah, just messing around, but on a serious side, yes I am claimed, I have turned my life around and it is worth celebrating and appreciating all thanks to The Way of The Livingness.

  7. When I look back on my past life I sometimes just shake my head with who was that person, the changes that are occurring in my life are amazing, what a divine offering of love it is to know that it doesn’t matter where we come from or what we have done it only matters that we connect to the love within and take responsibility for all our choices both past and present.

    1. I am the same, I so appreciate the changes I have made and feel as if I have lived 2 very different lives in this one life!

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