Injustice and Inspiration – Serge Benhayon 

So what happens when we feel like we are being misrepresented, misinterpreted, lied about – do we rage, deny, go into self-doubt, justification, be in fear and feel a victim?

I have had experiences of having untruths being stated about me and I have gone into all of these reactions at one point or another.

I used to make myself a victim, contract in my body and attempt to hide, hoping that the attacks would be over soon.

I used to rage and get righteous because of the perceived injustice.

All of this had an impact on how I felt about myself, and self-sabotage and self-worth issues came up when I reacted to what I thought was injustice.

So what is this injustice?

If I know who I am and what I feel the truth is – what is there to rage against?

If I know I have done all I can to the best of my lived ability, with lovewhat is there to justify?

If I have been present, honest and responsible in my interactions with consistency (not perfection) – then what is there to self-bash myself for?

Is it possible that injustice is only felt if we go into reaction and this becomes part of the issue itself; when we have not been present and have not been living in a loving way to the best of our lived ability?

So the feeling of injustice comes from a self-rage for not being steady in all that I am. It is not about someone else lying about me or not.

If we are in our full power and love, and we know we speak our truth with love and care and hold others in understanding, then lies can come and they will slide off us like water off a duck’s back.

I have a role model by whom I am deeply inspired and his name is Serge Benhayon. I have watched him for quite a few years now; he has a lot of experience of lies being written and spoken about him, from full-time cyber abusers, misinterpretation from newspapers and people who have heard his presentations and interpreted them to suit their own agenda or to mask or deny a hurt that they do not want to look at.

Serge Benhayon (Founder of Universal Medicine) standing in front of a corrugated iron fence
Serge Benhayon | Founder of Universal Medicine

I myself have been one of the people who have reacted to Serge Benhayon. I have misinterpreted some of what he has said, because being honest and looking at what he presented brought up so much for me to question and look at in my own life that I basically did not want to go there. Instead I made a choice to play with words, stretch interpretation and attempt to bring doubt to what had been shared.

I have talked personally to Serge Benhayon and although my doubt, dismissiveness and denial would have been plain to feel, he held me in love, he did not react and he stayed consistent. This choice of his enabled me to get past the surface reactions that I was in and go a bit deeper. He treated me as an equal, he offered a reflection of love and appreciation that rekindled a knowing of this lived quality within myself.

Do we join in with the sea of hurts and protection or do we choose to hold steady and connect with our inner essence and reflect this as a lighthouse to the world?

Serge Benhayon has inspired me for many reasons, but in terms of consistency he is immensely inspiring. Even when the media has made up false stories about him and a few cyber-abusers lied about him, and seemingly inspired by these lies some individuals have even made physical threats of violence to himself and his family, he has stood in a room, open to all, present, responsible, and steady, met everyone he encounters with equal grace and care and given his all to whoever is present. There is no holding back, agendas, hurts, issues or blame for what is occurring.

He lives his power, he is present, he feels his truth and he trusts that The Truth will find its way; like water on the earth, the energetic flow of truth will emerge.

Because he has been living responsibly, consistently, and each movement he makes with care and presence, no regret or doubt can arise. What is there to react to when you know the power of your own truth and you express it?

There is a place within all of us, our essence, an inner knowing, and we can develop and deepen our connection to this by being consistent in our honesty, responsibility and expression. This builds a foundation of lived truth and this foundation, lived and expressed, is us living in our full power.

When we live from our essence, untruths can be observed rather than reacted to. I am developing it and I call myself a forever student, a student of The Way of The Livingness.

When we live from our essence, lies cannot hold up; they have no foundation, and we can live in the certainty that the lies themselves are built on hurt and more lies, and they will crumble.

What I have learnt is that lies do offer a reflection, something to learn from. Given all the times that I and we have denied knowing that we have this inner connection, an inner essence that unites us, could it be that people only lie to attempt to protect their hurts?

We have a glorious equality within us all that can stand transparent and open, without the need for protection.

Through commitment to learning to shift these hurts we enable others to be inspired to also choose another way.

Feeling the potential of this is awesome. There is no more running around, head down, in perpetual reactions and protection and instead shining our light bright and offering an alternative. People feel this choice, it changes lives. It happened to me and it can happen for all of us.

By Samantha Davidson, UK

Headshot of Samantha Davidson Samantha Davidson is enjoying getting to know what life means for her, on this planet within this divine and infinite Universe.

You can follow Samantha Davidson on Twitter @davidsonsamant5

Headshot of Serge Benhayon Serge Benhayon is an author and presenter and the founder of Universal Medicine. You can learn more about Serge Benhayon at his personal website www.sergebenhayon.com.

Follow Serge Benhayon on Twitter @SergeBenhayon or on Google+ +SergeBenhayon

Related Reading:
Who is Serge Benhayon?
The TRUTH and Facts about Serge Benhayon & Universal Medicine
Trusting and Expressing From My Essence

597 thoughts on “Injustice and Inspiration – Serge Benhayon 

  1. Brilliant article Samantha. ‘I have had experiences of having untruths being stated about me and I have gone into all of these reactions at one point or another.’ This has been possibly my main Achilles heel – to have untruths stated about me. There was one particular person who would always misrepresent what I was saying or say untrue things about me in meetings. When I would attempt to say, ‘Oh this is what I was actually saying’ they would refuse to listen. The fact that they would choose to refuse to listen nearly sent me bananas and I would feel driven into a corner that I couldn’t escape from, I was captured in a cul-de-sac. I finally learnt to surrender, state my truth and move on, while observing and reading the situation. This actually allowed miracles to happen and I really learnt detachment. I can feel my deep love for this person and their love for me.

    1. Learning detachment when speaking what is true has been key for me. I’d worry about any comeback. But truth is truth and not everyone is going to like it. If I am worried before I even share then truth is already slightly askew because my hurts have laced it.

  2. It is so true that lies don’t hold up, and the more we live who we truly are the quicker lies will be exposed.
    It’s become clear to me that by living my hurts and in protection I might not be directly but definitely in-directly responsible for allowing lies to bob around as at least possibilities that others might latch onto as their truths, based on the hurts they are choosing to protect.

  3. I realised that I cannot be furious at lies about me whilst I am not 100% honest and true to myself in the way I live. Only from that point can I really stand firm and claim the lie as nothing that represents what I stand for.

  4. It is empowering to always bring it back to self-responsibility. If any reaction sticks and causes a reaction within us, what is there for us to deepen in love and responsibility? If responsibility is being taken, nothing can come in or stick to cause an reaction within us.

  5. I suppose the thing is, if you are deeply sure about yourself and who you are, then whilst naysayers can make life uncomfortable, they cannot rock nor touch your living core. And if that living core is based on true love, then it is untouchable.

  6. I love what you have expressed here Samantha. What a beautiful, divine and purposeful way to live and serve in the world;
    “If we are in our full power and love, and we know we speak our truth with love and care and hold others in understanding, then lies can come and they will slide off us like water off a duck’s back.”

  7. I loved feeling the ease, acceptance and self-assuredness of knowing your own worth and not having to justify or react to what anyone else says or does. This relationship with self feels like a steady anchor when things get rough around us. Serge Benhayon has been an amazing role model for this. He understands why people react to what he brings, he never judges and simply lets them be.

  8. In each movement we make if we found it on the simplicity of quality, ‘care and presence, no regret or doubt can arise’. Thanks Samantha, your blog has brought a much deeper understanding for me of how vital being present in every moment is to our overall quality and wellbeing.

  9. ‘What I have learnt is that lies do offer a reflection, something to learn from. Given all the times that I and we have denied knowing that we have this inner connection, an inner essence that unites us, could it be that people only lie to attempt to protect their hurts?’ I feel this to be true, and that we only react if we have a hurt in us lying there waiting to be activated or if we are holding on to a belief or an ideal about how things ought to be. When we reply from this then we are also lying because we are not coming from the absolute truth of who we are.

  10. Thank you again for this wonderful blog. After recently having some pretty intense lies said about me I have found this blog an invaluable support. There is nothing like the power of someone’s lived experience shared. After I observing my situation I would say this is entirely true “could it be that people only lie to attempt to protect their hurts?” as the person lying about me is deeply hurt and it does feel like they are doing anything to avoid feeling what is hurting them, even attacking another human being. The truth is the love we seek and the healing that comes with it is right there inside of us, we can never truly support our lives and wellbeing by harming others as the lies and harmful intention we express poisons our own body first.

  11. The absolute perfect blog for me to read today. I feel so justified in complaining when another ‘wrongs’ me. All the while my complaining keeps me from the blessing the situation offers.

    1. So well said Leonne – we have all indulged in that reaction. I have only this minute been a little ‘affronted’ at a lack of response from someone over something. It is always a reflection. So I just sat there and read it and I could feel a whole history of ‘lack of appreciation’ this person had for themselves so how could they send it to me when it is not developed there yet! I just dropped the imminent complaint that would issue out of me – and not even entertain the thought with any precious energy.

  12. Expressing the truth in a loving way is the key to living in an unjust world. Reading your blog this morning Samantha is a timely reminder of this; indeed what is to react to when we express truth with love;
    “What is there to react to when you know the power of your own truth and you express it?”

  13. Getting to know who we are by our essence and living in the appreciation of it allows us to observe life and detach from any outcome and just simply surrender to that which is from heaven.

    1. “Surrendering to that which is from heaven” what an amazing way to live , so inspirational and beautiful to feel.

  14. There is a great example being shown here by Serge Benhayon, that even in the face of the most vile lies and hatred, standing steadfast in what you know to be true is all that is ever needed and here is the living proof for all to see. Truth is far more powerful than lies, it always has been and always will be.

  15. “Is it possible that injustice is only felt if we go into reaction and this becomes part of the issue itself”. I totally agree Samantha. In the process of going into the reaction we build an energy that then feeds the initial issue and so it ends up actually being a bigger issue than in the first place. Learning to respond to a situation where injustice is obvious offers us the space for a clear observation of exactly what is unfolding and how this could possibly be healed.

  16. ‘Do we join in with the sea of hurts and protection or do we choose to hold steady and connect with our inner essence and reflect this as a lighthouse to the world?’ Some people I know, if not most, are not even at the stage where this is a question for them – I feel they are so caught up in the sea of hurt. I would have to say that I used to be like that too. However, after having met Serge Benhayon not only do I now understand what my inner essence is, I can now celebrate it and not hide it.

  17. I saw a recent picture of Serge Benhayon and he was beaming from head to toe and looked amazing. I was struck looking at this photo, and said to myself – this man has been viciously attacked for the past four years online and look at him, he is going from strength to strength and looks amazing. He is a true inspiration to live in a way that you can observe life, but not be absorbed by it. The Way of The Livingness is the true way forward. http://www.unimedliving.com/the-way-of-the-livingness

  18. Brilliantly said Samantha. Yes, and by the leading example of Serge Benhayon, we can absolutely be at this point – where the lies slated against oneself are known for exactly from whence they come, and the ridiculousness and oftentimes pure malice upon which they stand.
    Need what is so ‘hurled’ send us into rage, injustice and reaction? No – for this would only fuel the ill-fire that wants so desperately to have its way. And yet, it is worth appreciating, the level of personal mastery required in order to stand so firm, upon the bedrock of truth that cannot – and need not – be swayed.

  19. Very true Samantha, when we live from a solid core of love (without perfection as you say), then even though what is said that’s false can sometimes disturb, it cannot ultimately touch us. Serge Benhayon is a beautiful example of this, remaining steady, loving and consistent in all that he brings, regardless of those who say otherwise for their own reasons.

  20. “When we live from our essence, untruths can be observed rather than reacted to.” Yes and this is the key, in a recent situation I got to learn this myself and observe this in others too. The usual reaction to injustice is rage and or given-upness and this costs a lot of energy but doesn’t change anything. Feeling the truth in ourselves and observing what is going on and not reacting at all has been a great learning and I also noticed when i do this I also know the moment to act and the moment to not act. Its really cool.

  21. It’s so vital to truly know what we bring everyday and of our strengths. We are dismissive of ourselves and our foundation can suffer if we don’t truly confirm all we are. We can then be rocked by what’s thrown our way if we aren’t strong in the knowing of who we are and how we live.

  22. The content of this blog is a huge pill to swallow for people such as myself, I have invested my whole life in justifying my points, in being right. I have held this long standing belief that it is my job to prove things to others, that if I don’t justify my actions then they are not noticed or important. I have also had a lot of defensive energy if I feel others are being targeted but seeing how Serge Benhayon handles all that that is thrown at him, with grace and dignity is very inspiring. It is like looking at a fish in water and wondering how the heck they are not getting wet? I am slowly unlocking my false ideas about justification and am learning daily the power of surrender and allowing others to think what they like.

  23. I love what you share about lies and truth. Lies are built on shaky ground and disconnection – truth is solid, simple and allows for true connection with ourselves, others and the all.

  24. I love what you share about lies and truth. Lies are built on shaky ground and disconnection – truth is solid, simple and allows for true connection with ourselves, others and the all.

  25. Yes Samantha – and what you share is brilliant: when we live from our essence, untruths can be observed rather than reacted to. I am developing it and I call myself a forever student, a student of The Way of The Livingness.’
    To give yourself the space, at the same time commit to truth, as we know we are not perfect, but that the commitment to learning and opening our hearts is much more important than nailing something in any picture or belief.

  26. There is immense power in living consistently with truth and love, so much so that it becomes your foundation and the way you are in life then holds you through challenging times. Life is a beautiful science once we surrender to being a student of it.

  27. In-just-ice gives a clear idea of something that is out of order. The only way to counter this is by making sure we are as much orderly inside as possible. That means we move in a way that creates order which confirms oneself through a quality.

  28. When people whom I care about say something unloving, I get affected. This reaction comes from my expectation that these people would never hurt me, because we know we love each other. But in reaction towards a picture/investment being smashed, I would absorb the emotions because I feel hurt. In more simplicity, when these situations happen, if I just express how I feel and call out the energy rather than criticising the person who has brought in this behaviour, I get to return to my lightness and joy, then there is nothing to blame the other person about and there is a deepening of a steadiness within myself.

  29. Samantha, this really makes sense; ‘If I know who I am and what I feel the truth is – what is there to rage against?’ I have had the experience in the past where lies have been told about me, I have felt they are not true and at this point could have stayed with myself, trusted myself and what feels true, but often I have gone into reaction and self doubt, so its great to read your article and to stay steady with what feels true and to trust myself and my livingness.

  30. Lies can only come from people who want to live a lie and expand it. In truth there is no justice or injustice there is but truth which cannot be judged , it can only be lived and Serge Benhayon is one that does this.

  31. When we stand in the steadiness of knowing who we are, what comes along to rock our boat may be felt as a mere ripple in the water.

  32. I agree that people lie in order to protect their hurts. It’s a convenient barrier that separates us to ensure we are not seen for who we truly are, sensitive souls, and hence minimises the opportunity of being crushed. But when you see someone standing tall in all their glory, you realise, that in the solidness, it’s very very difficult to cut them down because they know without any doubt that they are enough.

  33. If we put our energy into raging against something or contracting and attempting to hide then both ways we are diverting our energy away from being who we truly are!

  34. When we are not seen and accepted for who we are it is quite painful as in such a moment there is no connection between people but a sense of strangeness and distance. The question is whether we react to this or can hold ourselves in the knowing and full acceptance of oneself so that we are not affected by the estrangement. From the sense of connection with oneself we can continue presenting who we are so that there is at least a chance for some connection to develop or if not stay true and loving with oneself anyway.

  35. Samantha this is a brilliant blog. ‘When we live from our essence, lies cannot hold up; they have no foundation,’ Very true, and Serge Benhayon is a wonderful example of someone who despite all the lies and false allegations thrown at him he has continued to go from strength to strength and is leading the way with how to deal with the level of abuse from detractors and some of the Media.

  36. The justification is there to alleviate the guilt we inflict on ourselves when we know we are not living true to the love that we are. When we live true to this love, there is no need or want to engage with the lies, simply a truth to be lived in utmost transparency with all.

  37. No matter how hard we may try lying to ourselves, we do know how we are living, and feeling the pain of not living truth is agonizing. Justifying our choices, or attacking the truth and those who represent and reflect its essence, would never remove that hurt, because in doing so we are fighting our own essence, and I can feel that’s pretty much how I have been living. Surrender is the word that comes to me right now.

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