The first time I met Serge Benhayon I was deeply touched by the level of integrity that I felt. At the time I did not know what this was or what this word truly meant, but what I could feel was that my whole body was at ease in his presence.
I have met the Benhayons once, on my first Universal Medicine Livingness workshop, in June 2016. My memories from this initial introduction go as far as the-never-experienced-before most delicate feel of Miranda Benhayon’s hands, and the undoubtable warmth and openness of Serge Benhayon.
During this course I didn’t get any huge revelations, no eureka moments from the ‘skies’ telling me “this is it, you’ve found truth!” No, nothing revelatory here, just another seminar to expand on some knowledge.
And yet, for the first time in years I could walk into a very large room full of people and not compare myself to just about every single other woman in there, not feel self-conscious about my size, or for the first time since I can remember, listen to somebody present for longer than a minute without completely blanking out and going into a daydream. Pretty cool eh? And for me – revolutionary. Continue reading “The Ripple Effect of the Benhayons”→
I have been to these group sessions in the past and have been blown away by the true deep wisdom, love and healing that is offered.
The session was no different in that Serge was on fire (as he always is), bringing forth such healing and profound universal truths. Just feeling back to this and what he brought I feel so totally blessed and honoured to be in such a presence, as seeing this truly beautiful man is like having a meeting with heaven.
My first impression of Serge Benhayon has never changed since I met him about ten years ago. I felt the great love and care he had for me and everyone around him, equally so.
At that time, I was really struggling in life. I had almost given up on therapy – I’d tried Primal Scream Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and general counselling. I remember a psychiatrist assessing me at one point and asking why was I being assessed: was it to determine if I was crazy or not? At one point I even had my own Community Psychiatric Nurse assigned to me. I didn’t know what other avenues to pursue to overcome a general feeling of daily depression and futility. Continue reading “My First Impression of Serge Benhayon”→