Thanks to the support of Universal Medicine, the teachings presented by Serge Benhayon and the various esoteric modalities, I have begun to trust more deeply what I feel, and be less caught up in needing life and my daily tasks to be a certain way. Hooray!
This was clearly demonstrated to me on a morning walk today. Continue reading “Trusting What I Feel”
I came from a family where education was prioritised and highly valued. In that sense I was ‘well educated’, graduating from a private school of high repute before going on to tertiary education. I was smart, capable and so, of course, it was assumed I would gain a degree of some sort. Without higher education, the potential of work was limited to the (unspoken, but implied) lesser jobs to which women without the piece of paper were relegated. Continue reading “True Education and Healing Matters”
Years ago I used to have a recurring dream about being alone in the yard of a concentration camp. The dream was about total desolation and incarceration, barrenness and despair. When I would wake from this dream, I felt like I could hardly breathe. Had I lived this experience in a past life? I would have to make a determined effort to struggle from the heaviness of the dream into my day. Continue reading “Dreams – What are they Showing us About our Life?”
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. Continue reading “How Serge Benhayon Supported me to Trust what I already Knew”
Is it possible that we have subscribed to the thinking that having an intelligent mind is a great thing?
Do we think that having a great memory, like being able to recall many things, is what makes us more intelligent than someone else?
What if we are more intelligent than what we currently give ourselves credit for, and what if this form of intelligence has nothing to do with the mind? Continue reading “Whole Body Intelligence – it Lives within us All”
I recall as a young adult wondering if there could be a cause and effect going on in life and if I would ever understand ‘why things happen’. This question seemed to immediately bring a realisation that it was possible that things didn’t just happen randomly; that there may be a reason for the sudden bad mood or lost school report and there may even be something behind the seemingly random illness or accident… Since then I have discovered that life can be understood and as a result I no longer feel like a passenger on a runaway train – allowing things to happen to me without taking initiative to choose the quality of my path to be one that feels true for me. Continue reading “‘It Was Meant to Be’ and ‘Everything Happens for a Reason’”