Miranda & Natalie Benhayon – Sacredness of the Way they Move  

I first started hearing the word sacredness through attending presentations by Universal Medicine. Although my woman’s body seemed to remember this word, my logical mind was telling me that I didn’t have a clue what it meant! There was such a contrast between the distant yet clear knowing in my body and the way I was living and moving, which was largely devoid of this sacredness. Where to start when waking up a giant? This is where female role models who live this sacredness play such a significant role. Perhaps surprisingly, it isn’t in anything they say. It is the way they move. My whole-body seems to drink in what I see and I feel and in an instant, I know the sacredness within a woman.

There are many women who have inspired me over the years. One of these amazing role models is Miranda Benhayon. What I have observed in Miranda’s movements may seem simple or even mundane, yet the effect of the beauty and divinity in her movements is quite profound.

One memorable example of this was when I realised that I had never seen or heard anyone swipe a credit card the way that she did. Normally when I am at the shops and my card is swiped, there is a rush and harshness to the movement, and the sound feels like nails on a chalk board! Whereas when Miranda does this same movement, there is no rush; there is absolute presence and purpose. Instead of harshness, there is a sound that is in harmony with every cell in my body and the whole of the Universe. It is like music to my ears and it leaves me feeling deeply at ease.

I am also very inspired when Miranda is on stage singing or presenting. Her voice is so rich, steady and deep. However, it is what I see in her movements that keeps me spellbound. There is such a grace and elegance to the way she holds herself on stage, whether poised on a seat or standing, that reminds me of a true way of being. One of the things I love the most about seeing Miranda Benhayon on stage is the way she holds the microphone.

There is such a delicateness and femininity to the way each of her fingers is deliberately placed. There is not an ounce of gripping, hardness or tension in her hand or arm. The harmony and perfection of the angles that her fingers and wrist create, instantly creates space within me and I experience a sigh of surrender throughout my body. The divinity that I know inside me is there before my eyes – I am observing heaven on earth.

Woman holding a microphone and singing, with eyes closed
Miranda Benhayon

The other woman who has been a significant role model in my life, and for thousands of other women, is Natalie Benhayon. She consistently reflects sacredness as a woman in every movement and gesture, without an ounce of apology or holding back. Natalie Benhayon is pure sacredness – proof that it can and needs to be lived in every moment, by every woman. If you want to experience the joy of observing Natalie, I would recommend visiting Esoteric Women’s Health (one of the many amazing women’s projects she has initiated) and watching the video “So Lovely”.

From the steady groundedness of each step, to the delicateness of the touch of her fingers, you can feel she is completely with her body and honouring the sacredness that is within her. There is nothing that can lure, distract or tantalise her away from the preciousness and magnificence of what she feels.

Natalie has one particular movement, which although seemingly very simple, touches me deeply and has a profound effect on my body – and that is the way she closes and opens her eyes. Normally I would call this blinking, but it seems like an insult to use such a short, sharp word to describe a movement that holds such a timeless beauty and sacredness. If you consider it, how often have you been stopped in your tracks or even noticed this movement in another person? Never or rarely? Instead of the rushed, abrupt or functional way that most of us close our eyes, Natalie takes her time. In fact, this is what I love the most and it is delicious to feel. It is like time itself stops. And if you feel the depth of sacredness within you, why would you rush or dishonour that feeling?

Upper body shot of woman half turned towards the camera and smiling
Natalie Benhayon

Although the way that Miranda Benhayon and Natalie Benhayon express sacredness is different, their movements carry the same message.

There is absolute dedication to keep feeling and appreciating the depth within themselves and move in a way that reflects heaven. This allows us to see and feel unfathomable beauty, stillness and grace. With this firm commitment to sacredness, they refuse to be moved by anything life or society tells women they need to be. Observing and appreciating these amazing role models over many years, I now know how natural and powerful sacredness is, and that it can be expressed in every movement.

By Fiona Lotherington, Team Leader, Complementary Healing Practitioner, Registered Nurse

Further Reading:
Female hysteria and the sacredness of women
Natalie Benhayon: A Warrior of Truth like no other
Sacredness – The Truth Available to all Women

649 thoughts on “Miranda & Natalie Benhayon – Sacredness of the Way they Move  

  1. These two women are amazing! When we live in a world whose version of sexy is actually quite ugly, it’s quite something to see natural beauty, grace and true sexiness in these two women. Like seriously, for a woman to swipe a credit card machine and the sound be ‘ in harmony with every cell in my body and the whole of the Universe,’ that’s some sacredness going on there.

  2. I too am deeply inspired by both Miranda and Natalie Benhayon and I love how they do not compromise one little nano second of the sacredness that they are – ‘With this firm commitment to sacredness, they refuse to be moved by anything life or society tells women they need to be.’.

  3. This moved me to tears today, thank you. Especially this line about Natalie – “There is nothing that can lure, distract or tantalise her away from the preciousness and magnificence of what she feels.” That is a loving work in progress for me and I am so appreciative that I have Natalie Benhayon in my life as a role model to show me that it is possible to live it.

  4. I am always so inspired by Miranda, Natalie and Simone Benhayon too. They are true role models of what it means to be women each in their own unique way and style. The one thing they have in common is an integrity and grace. Truly beautiful.

    1. I am with you there Rachel. What Miranda, Natalie and Simone Benhayon offer by personal example of how they live in every detail is simply a glorious reflection of how every woman (and man) could also choose to live. I love how different their expression is to one another yet the quality of the love, integrity, grace and absolute realness is unmistakable. It shows how each of us have our own flavour and contribution, and what makes a difference is our choice to also keep deepening our connect to, honouring and expressing our true essence in full.

      1. Yes, as a collective they show how the same qualities can be expressed differently. It makes me appreciate that myself and everyone else have our own unique expression, that when claimed, is equal in beauty too.

  5. It was a joy to read this blog again . . sacredness and how it feels in the body is something pure and all-encompassing. It is an addictive movement and, I agree, how you cannot but join them in feeling Natalie’s and Miranda’s sacredness in their presence.

  6. I love what you are sharing in this article, it makes me realise that my movements can be rushed or hard, rather delicate and tender.

  7. Fiona, what you are sharing here is very beautiful and inspiring; ‘There is such a delicateness and femininity to the way each of her fingers is deliberately placed. There is not an ounce of gripping, hardness or tension in her hand or arm.’

  8. ‘Observing and appreciating these amazing role models over many years, I now know how natural and powerful sacredness is, and that it can be expressed in every movement.’ To start to know this makes it common sense to resource within ourselves and get to know our own qualities and strengths.

  9. It’s very inspiring reading about your love and appreciation for Natalie and Miranda. We need women role models who hold themselves in love and sacredness and claim that this is who they are and allow it to express in full through their every movement. Having such role models sets standards for all women, so that we can be inspired to return to the love and sacredness we all equally are.

  10. Indeed Natalie and Miranda Benhayon are amazing role models. Just like the men in the Benhayon family are amazing role models. Role models yes, and I will give my all to be a role model too. They are special, but I know deep inside I am just as special. Consistency is the key difference here.

  11. We all grow up being aspired by someone, instead of a pop star or an athlete, these two women are the ones, Miranda and Natalie – why you may ask? There is no imposition of you have to be like this or you have to be like that, they aspire you to bring what’s truly in you, out. It is that simple. Sacredness is unique to every woman, its within every woman just hidden under a cloak.

    It’s time to let it out.

  12. Fiona I could write an essay about what you have shared as a before and after meeting Miranda and Natalie.

    This sacredness is indescribable and at first I recall going into reaction and as time has passed by, my reaction was because I had been so far away from it.

    Roll on a few years and I can feel the tenderness and sacredness being let out and it feels beautiful.

    I could not agree with you more, both Miranda and Natalie are role models, they are sexy, sassy yet sacred.

  13. The absolute beauty of these two women is clearly seen and felt with their sacredness and divine movements lived in every movement and gesture they make. A real inspiration and reflection to all women of who we are.

  14. I couldn’t agree more about the grace and beauty of these two women in their sacredness as something I deeply appreciate in reflection. I am well aware that not everyone in the world appreciates this, not because it isn’t true but because it exposes them as the on-looker and brings up such jealousy and comparison for some (which I totally agree feels awful) but that discomfort lies within themselves not these beautiful women or others like them.

  15. As sacredness is hard to explain mentally you instantly recognise it when you see one of these women move as it resonates to this same sacredness we all equally hold in our bodies.

      1. It is a vibrational meeting that reawakens that same vibration and brings it alive again.

  16. I got to understand what sacredness in women is by seeing Miranda and Natalie move in their bodies. As sacredness is hard to explain mentally you instantly recognise it when you see one of these women move.

  17. “I first started hearing the word sacredness through attending presentations by Universal Medicine” – in the past, the word sacredness to me applied to something of deep religious standing; until attending Universal Medicine, I had no idea or conenction to the truth that within my body and that as a woman I was sacredness and equally tha I was religious too.

  18. Yes, Miranda is heaven on earth. Her singing inspires me beyond imaginable – the depth of her voice touches my heart and every time I listen to her music I get a reminder that depth of beauty is inside of me too.

  19. I shall never swipe a card in a machine the same way again. I work a till in a shop and sometimes have to use a supervisors card in the machine. I am aware of my movements but realise from this blog how deeper I could go with the grace in which I move. An inspiring blog, thank you.

  20. I adore everything about Natalie and Miranda Benhayon. They are sacred and graceful in all they do and all they say. They both highlight what it is to be a women in all her glory and grace.

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