How Serge Benhayon Supported me to Trust what I already Knew

This year I attended a retreat presented by Serge Benhayon. What was so incredibly profound for me was that it confirmed everything I already knew. I say ‘all’ very loosely, as there is nothing small or little in what Serge Benhayon presented… far from it.

What he shares is always deeply profound, and as I heard someone else describe so eloquently, it is ‘hold on to the edge of your seat’ kind of profound. What I mean when I say ‘all’ he presented is that, in all of the enormousness of the great wisdom he shared, what actually happened was that Serge Benhayon confirmed all that I already knew. He confirmed to me that I am Divine; that I am a son of God; that he is not special simply because he is the one on the stage, and that we are all equal and can access the same profound wisdom if we so choose. That means no one person is more than another – we are all equally powerful and able to live with the same grace and consistency as the next. It is a choice.

He showed me with simple and practical exercises, what he has always said – that we already have all of the wisdom we need inside of us. This is something I have fought tooth and nail to not accept and boy oh boy has this hurt! I did not want to see the truth (although I knew it very loudly and clearly in my body). Instead I chose to refine, specialise and become an expert in deceit, numbing, comfort and indulgence. A choice, and with this choice I shut out all the beautiful awareness I naturally have.

If we roll back a few years before I met Serge Benhayon, I was drinking copious amounts of alcohol (I’m very petite but this did not stop me trying to keep up with the guys), taking drugs and propping myself up during the day with sugary and caffeinated drinks, like coke and coffee, to keep me awake. Underneath this socially accepted chaos, although I thought I was alright, were anger, despair and mood swings. I knew the reason I felt dreadful was because of the lifestyle I was living… I just didn’t know how to stop. I felt pressure to continue in order to fit in, as a life that did not include these things was perceived as dull and boring. I also did not want to accept that I was making these choices to avoid feeling the lovelessness I knew I was living, as well as the lovelessness I felt in the world –– so perversely, there was comfort in my self-abuse.

It was only when I hit rock bottom – losing my business at the same time as becoming acutely aware of the ravaged state of my body – that I chose to make changes.

My choices at this point were clear: I could not sustain my work if I was not taking care of my body, well-being and state of mind. It was one of those lightbulb moments when we realise for ourselves something that we may have been told by others many times before. I simply knew I could no longer function like this.

The anxiety, mood swings and emotional rollercoaster felt dreadful, so I chose to stop. And then what? What was my next step? I stopped working in a stressful situation; I cut right down on my alcohol and cigarette consumption; I started to consider the food I was eating and took some baby steps into taking care of my body.

This all happened BEFORE I met Serge Benhayon.

Three years after the collapse of my business I came across Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon. In the presentations I attended it was confirmed to me that choosing to not drink was a loving choice and that there was nothing wrong with going to bed when I felt tired. In fact, so much more than that, Serge showed me that these were very basic loving choices to make and that anything other than this was self-abuse. What Serge Benhayon presented allowed me to feel I was worth loving; I gave myself permission to be the gorgeous and delicate woman I have always been and had just wasted a lot of energy hiding.

I can now see my life is anything but boring. It has more purpose, joy and playfulness than it has had since I was a child. I look younger and more vibrant and as a 40 something woman who spent 20 something years destroying her body with drink, drugs and smoking, I’m looking pretty damn hot.

My body feels lighter and more energised, and like my life, has become a dance where I stop from time to time and sing. Yes, I still have down days and off days, sometimes quite a few of them, though what is so different is that they are only down relative to where I am at now. And where I am at now is consistently building a foundation of love, self-care and appreciation of life.

I already knew precisely what I was doing before I met Serge Benhayon. All Serge has ever done is confirm to me what I always knew deep inside was true.

By Anon, London UK

Further Reading:
Serge Benhayon – a man who presents the truth
Trusting What I Feel is True
Our Relationship with Ourselves is the Start of All Things

474 thoughts on “How Serge Benhayon Supported me to Trust what I already Knew

  1. We made the choice to step away in the first place, but when it comes to returning, we act as if we need permission from someone. I know I have looked away and tried not to catch the gaze of someone who would do exactly that.

  2. I relate to your sharing. Before I met Serge Benhayon I too was experimenting on the food and drinks I was indulging in and started to cut them out, I had my stop moment too. It got to a point that even a small glass of alcohol knocked me for days and I could have drank a bottle of this once upon a time and raved about it too. Things within my body were not summing up, it was screaming at me and in the end, I had to look within.

    Everything is within us all, the key is are we willing to take the responsibility or are we going to continue doing what we are doing and blame others for our choices? I know where I stand with this now.

  3. “All Serge has ever done is confirm to me what I always knew deep inside was true.” This is true for us all because we do all know if we are prepared to be aware of the fact. Confirmation of what we do know is such an amazing thing in a world where true confirmation to that depth of knowing is precious and rare.

  4. I too had stopped drinking alcohol, five years before I met Serge Benhayon, and at the same time removing gluten, dairy and sugar from my diet as my body was struggling to digest them. As a result, my health went from very poor to absolutely amazing within six months. But a couple of years later, as a result of a series of emotional events, I stopped looking after myself as well as I had been and my health suffered again. Not long after I met Serge I began to realise, from his amazing presentations, that I had been on the right track, there were just a few other pieces of my health puzzle to address. And with choosing to accept the immense wisdom he has shared, I have. He has never told me what to do, but just like you, I can say that “All Serge has ever done is confirm to me what I always knew deep inside was true.”

  5. We are brought up thinking we need at attain knowledge to get us through life, be recognised and accepted, yet all this serves is for us to think we are not enough and constantly need filling up from outside of ourselves. Yet, as you say, ‘we already have all of the wisdom we need inside of us’. This is a game changer as it says deepen and everything is known so the search is no longer outward, rather an inward return to the depths of love and wisdom we are from.

  6. You describe very beautifully here the equality that Serge Benhayon presents with. It is astounding to witness and personally I find it very humbling.

  7. Rejecting the love we are held by creates the devastation and turmoil we then suffer and experience life to be, opening to the love resolves and heals the as such unnecessary upheaval. To do so we usually need to meet the real deal, the true love and care that can reach us behind the walls of pain and protection, resistance and denial.

  8. Every retreat I have attended has been off the Richter scale in the feeling and confirmation it has offered me of who I am (a son of God). To be called anything less than this reflects the corruptness of the systems we have allowed to be created and live with today.

  9. Learning that no matter what I do, if I am all of me then how can I not enjoy everything that I do. There is definitely nothing boring about that.

  10. “How Serge Benhayon Supported me to Trust what I already Knew” – it is through the depth of Serge Benhayon’s absolute love that restored the trust I have for myself, in others and in the world too; without love, we live our lives protected with cynicism, mistrust and very much closed. That would have been me had I not had the fortune of coming across Universal Medicine and the teachings of The Ageless Wisdom 10+ years ago.

  11. We are aware no matter what we do to dull it ‘away’. You cannot escape the body because we live in it. Simone Benhayon is a great example of living with responsibility in the full knowing that she is more. Every expression is a commitment to this starting from we are already everything. . . how can we be more.

    1. Wise words Rik. We “cannot escape the body because we live in it.”. We may waste precious time treating it badly and ignoring any possible outcomes, but eventually it will stop us in our tracks, often very painfully. Our body is the vehicle which carries us from birth to our last day in this life so why wouldn’t we want to treat it with the deepest of love and respect so that it in turn can support us throughout each and every one of our days?

  12. “What Serge Benhayon presented allowed me to feel I was worth loving…” – This is very powerful and the ripple effect of it supports many people.

  13. We are responsible for all of the choices we make in life and sometimes we make choices to not know what we do know. But we can come back to making choices that support ourselves, care for ourselves and love ourselves. This is one of the greatest steps we can take for that not only is about us, for we realise along the way that taking care of ourselves is about everyone.

  14. We are responsible for all of the choices we make in life and sometimes we make choices to not know what we do know. But we can come back to making choices that support ourselves, care for ourselves and love ourselves. This is one of the greatest steps we can take that not only is about us, for we realise along the way that taking care of ourselves is about everyone.

  15. “I look younger and more vibrant and as a 40 something woman who spent 20 something years destroying her body with drink, drugs and smoking, I’m looking pretty damn hot” – yes, it is amazing how clearly the Livingness of Love metaphorically speaking rinses out one’s insides, so that we can shine so light, so bright and so vital.

  16. While we hang onto and/or insist that we are all individual, then we have the perfect excuse to remain in separation to one another.

  17. Our work, and everything that we do, suffers when we don’t take care of our bodies, first. This is so basic and so fundamental, and I override the messages from my body far less than I used to. It is entirely possible to work really long hours and days, without draining oneself, if we have a strong and supportive rhythm and deeply take care of our bodies while we are working, instead of what we’ve accepted as the norm – i.e. push on through, sustained artificially by sugar and caffeine.

  18. What Serge Benhayon presents is life changing for countless people, one day the media, medical professionals and academics will be lining up to meet the man that has been instrumental to many people reversing health problems, having greater health and well being and having richer more loving relationships and are seriously productive in their workplace.

    1. Very true as it is already happening, similarly the grandness of these teachings will be realized to a large extent. This will be the moment when the world becomes more aware of the fact that we have been living a lie. Clarity will be high if chosen.

  19. Serge Benhayon confirms all that is true and exposes that which is not. Those that are interested in truth get liberated and empowered. Those that rather live their seemingly comfortable lies get exposed and react in a variety of ways sometimes quite furiously.

    1. Well said Nicola, it takes courage and honesty to admit this.. And that one is more willing to stand for truth than the other.
      We must accept our choices and allow space for ourselves and others to be, which is our greatest form of love.

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