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

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

659 thoughts on “Injustice and Inspiration – Serge Benhayon 

  1. I would agree that lies come from our unwillingness to deal with hurts. These cloud our judgment and perceptions and allow us to stay stuck in defence of our position. Serge Benhayon is an amazing role model for allowing lies to not touch the surface.

  2. It is truly powerful when we hold another in love and don’t react emotionally to whatever they may be presenting or seemingly coming at us with. As you share it’s like it offers the other person space to consider deeper what they are doing, with no impositions or attachments, take it or leave it the love is there nonetheless.

    1. There can be no clarity or growth when both parties react. Whereas if one person is able to hold steady in love, then there is no fight and the heat of the conflict has nowhere to go. It does offer space and the feeling of not being judged for reacting is very powerfully healing.

  3. It feels like any form of craving recognition or acknowledgement is on the same scale as these feelings described in this blog – perceived injustice, justification and needing to be right. The root of all of these is not staying steady and consistent, and not appreciating who we are and what we bring to begin with.

  4. People like Serge Benhayon reflect our true way of how to remain steady and burn strong like the sun, not diminishing the warmth of our flame when the clouds pass over us.

  5. Thank you Samantha, I’ve read this many times and always find it very supportive and healing. Living from my essence is something I am constantly learning. Different situations can bring up reactions and I move away from myself, which then needs to be healed so I can learn to stay steady with me in those situations.

  6. Feeling injustice being done to us arouses all kind of emotions in us that take us away from our body. We go into the motion of acting upon it. By doing this, we say yes to the energy that wants to get us. The key is to go into repose. To deeply confirm yourself.

  7. Serge Benhayon and his family are a total inspiration to me. What they share with us about how to live true to themselves and what you have shared here offers the foundations for a way of living we should all have as our normal.

  8. ‘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’. This is a powerful line, it brings back responsibility to how we live and move. It becomes water off a ducks back if we make sure our wings are doing there job and staying waterproof.

  9. It is true, Serge Benhayon has been the most wonderful role model for how to deal with cyber abuse. What he has experienced beggars belief, but he has stayed steady because he knows what he lives is absolute truth and love.

  10. If there was an ounce of reaction in Serge Benhayon’s body then he would not have survived the abuse that has been directed at him, let alone been able to be fully transparent, open and 100 percent loving with everyone he encounters. He is a true role model for not living from hurts, but from our essence.

    1. Very true Simone and I agree “He is a true role model for not living from hurts, but from our essence.” Serge is a very inspiring person living the truth he shares. He is showing us all the power of living from our essence.

  11. Injustice is an effective tool to stir one’s emotion and thus provoke a reaction that takes one away from themselves; that’s the real intention behind injustice, to debase and denigrate truth in order to taint the reflection that exposes the one who wields injustice as a weapon against their own light.

  12. Serge Benhayon lives truth with an understanding and knowing of who he is so all lies and injustices thrown at him are a reaction from those who do not live truth or know who they are and are jealous.

    1. I never realised how clearly it was jealousy till I saw it so clearly and have learnt much about the way I have behaved in the past. It is now time for us to put aside our laziness and be on the front foot with our own livingness, so we never leave another to stand out like that again. He is living what we all should be living because it is simply the love we are from and what we are made of.

  13. When in reaction to anything, emotional energy vastly increases in many ways. To realise that the reaction is from our lack of connection to our essence is very empowering and self-responsibility is then a natural step that begins to deconstruct crippling emotions.
    “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”.

  14. In the face of injustice, we read, hold truth, and swim in the water but don’t get wet. This is what this incredible man offers.

  15. As far I am concerned, we all have a responsibility to live everything we are, to shine the very bright lights that we all are and to “reflect this as a lighthouse to the world”. Without us claiming this inner light and shining it in its fullness there are parts of our world that will remain in darkness, and as a result everyone misses out on the amazing way of life that is possible.

  16. One really needs to know who they are to not be affected by any injustice being done to them. When knowing oneself and thus being at peace and confident with oneself, anything that is not of that knowing is recognised for the untruth it is and the agenda or intention behind it is clearly seen, hence no emotional reaction is required or triggered, as it is not challenging who one knows themselves to be.

  17. Just awesome. No need to rage, justify, protect one’s self or live in fear, when we’re solid and in that acceptance, knowing and claiming of who we are and what we’re here to bring and reflect.

  18. Very true, Samantha, when someone lives the example of holding true to their essence then it changes people’s lives – “It happened to me and it can happen for all of us.”

  19. It requires true understanding of why someone (self included) does what they do to not react. Without understanding we will interpret and or judge and thus are already in a reaction.

  20. “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?” Great question there Samantha. For many years I joined in, and just added to the sea of hurts and protection, and now as inspired by Serge Benhayon, I am holding steady and shining brightly. Which one does the world need more of?

  21. The latest round of lies printed about Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine shocked me. You remind me that my reaction to lies is something I need to examine. I can see that these lies only upset me because I am not fully living the love that I am.

  22. “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?”
    My personal answer to this is all of the above, I shut myself down not wanting to express at all and withdrew from life, what’s the point I used to ask my self and my psychiatrist, I’m a mess, the worlds a mess and it’s not going to change any time soon.
    Thank heavens literally that Serge Benhayon has not done any of the above in fact what he has done is to love humanity more than we are able to currently love ourselves.

    1. Thank you Mary for your honest contribution. I have experienced the fear and self doubt but it’s offered me the opportunity to see this is due to a lack of appreciation of myself and a lack of a strong relationship with who I am. Everything can be an opportunity to examine and heal our reactions and return to living from our essence, but the key to this for me has been in having the right support, which has been through Serge’s work, his Universal Medicine therapies, and the inspiration of the way he lives and walks his talk.

  23. Love it Samantha, it happened to you and it has happened to a lot of people, I am on my way with this healing your hurts part, I often am in reaction still but I really know when I am off and totally accept and claim what has happened and slowly but surely learn from it.

  24. ‘When we live from our essence, untruths can be observed rather than reacted to.’ Yes, there is no personal attachment – even when we are outraged.

  25. It is a very potent observation that is written about here… when injustice and misrepresentation so to speak is constant, what do we actually do with those feelings that come up.

  26. It is a very good point here, that when we react rather than observe and respond to false allegations, we can feed the very dynamic that we are seeking to cut.

  27. To be held by another with nothing but love is our natural way of meeting another. So why is it that it is lived so rarely in our world? And instead we have derived a way of connecting that often leaves one feeling cold and like there is something missing. When what we are missing is our own choice to dearly love ourselves and to hold all others with the very same love.

    1. I have just started to see how it feels to commit to loving my self and it is literally changing everything, from cleaning the house not feeling like a chore but something I naturally want to do as it is caring for me by being the house by body resides in. Fascinating.

      1. Yes it is fascinating as to how much more care we give to ourselves, our environment and to others when we deeply love ourselves. To me this is everything, as if each of us simply loved who we are we would not have any of the atrocities we now have in our world. We couldn’t, because the love we have would not allow our bodies to do the horrible things we now see in our world.

      2. I love how you describe your house here Vanessa, as being ‘the house your body resides in’ and therefore it is so worth taking care of. If making that committment to loving yourself has made such a profound change in the relationship you have with cleaning your house, then I wonder what else is possible?! Beautiful.

  28. The reactions we go into are the easiest way out of taking responsibility for whatever we plunge out on other people. We can make excuses like “I was out of it”, or “I was beside myself”; your remark “hurt me” or “the gossip spread around me is devastating” while all those may be painful, the question is why? What in those remarks strikes a cord for us? Because if we live with an intention to be loving with every other human being on this planet and we know that in our bones, than nothing on the outside can bring us down.

  29. “Is it possible that injustice is only felt if we go into reaction and this becomes part of the issue itself”. Having observed the way Serge Benhayon has dealt with the media attacks and cyber bullying, I would have to say this is true. To react, I need to have gone into a right or wrong and separated from knowing that everything is taken care of and healed in its own time. Serge has reflected to me that understanding, observation and responding from this space are the keys to dealing with difficult situations.

    1. Yes and a steadfast knowing of who you truly are as in a multi dimensional being that is eternal, puts these attacks quickly into perspective and knowing that you are in held in love, unconditionally makes living how Serge does the way to be with life, I do not live this yet but I am so inspired to have graced the path of a man and his family who do.

  30. Observing and not absorbing is really key, and no matter what happens on the outside it can never change, or affect the true essence that we are.

  31. ‘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.’ I can very much relate to this and see how the more loving I am with myself the less the injustice plays a part in my life. When I was very judgmental and righteous as a teenager my sense of injustice was through the roof. Soon I’ll be working with many young people like how I was whose sense of injustice is like a tinder box ready to be ignited at the merest hint of a look.It’s so supportive having this understanding as a foundation from which to build a true reflection for anyone who cares to see.

  32. A deeply empowering awareness Samantha – coming to an understanding that our choices are the basis of how we react or respond in life is the way of living with consistency from energetic responsibility and accountability.
    “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”.

  33. Samantha this is such a beautifully honest, honouring blog. Serge Benhayon has been such an incredible inspiration to many, including myself of how we deal with lies and abuse. Hold strong and appreciate all that you are and the lies and deceit will never touch the sides.

    1. I agree, Kim, this is a very true and loving testament to the consistency, devotion and lived example by Serge Benhayon and how through living the qualities that he exemplifies we all help to heal ourselves and in doing so we help heal humanity.

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