Recently I started to read a book called Time, Space and All of Us, Book 2 – Space written by Serge Benhayon. This is the ninth purple book, all of which have been written by Serge Benhayon, and it now sits with the others on my bedside table. Sometimes I read through a whole book bit by bit and at other times I feel to select a book and just read a couple of paragraphs or pages. Every time though, something is there as an offering for me to connect to, consider, feel, reflect upon and ponder. I find these purple books beholding of the depths of wisdom and grandness communicating the Universal laws and truths; a grandness I know we are all a part of. Continue reading “‘Time, Space and All of Us, Book 2 – Space’ by Serge Benhayon… Not Just a Purple Book”
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”
There was a time in my life when I was hugely arrogant and this largely came from my misplaced identification with my body and the lives I knew I had lived earlier before coming into this one.
Why do I say misplaced? Because I was in the illusion of an image – a conditioned picture, laid down by false information, giving way to certain ideals of how a man’s body ought to be; the utterly belying and beguiling warrior consciousness so to speak. Continue reading “The Body is a Temple for the Soul”
Growing up I have felt a lot of different things in the mainstream institutionalised religions of today – Christianity, Catholicism, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism etc. – like the energies and emotions in their buildings, the temperature, the colors, the people, the furniture, which all made me feel quite small and insignificant at that time. When I saw the other people in these religious places, they were seemingly not noticing these things, even though they were so obvious to me. This made me feel like what I felt was not true and confirmed the feelings of being small and alone. Continue reading “What do Religion and God Truly Feel Like?”
My name is Paul, I am 45 years old. I am a father and have been a postie for the last 11 years. I own my home in Northern NSW and currently I still like a beer, pizza, watching sport on TV, coffee etc. In the last 3 months I started dating an esoteric student who invited me to do the 2017 Universal Medicine Retreat in Lennox Head with her.
Prior to the retreat I was nervous, unsure what was ahead. I had been to a couple of Universal Medicine events and heard stories of people’s transformation – especially my girlfriend Rosie’s past to where she is at now – but wasn’t really sure what the retreat would be like. Continue reading “Before and After the Universal Medicine Lennox Head Retreat”
As a child I was brought up in the Anglican religion. My mother was quite ‘religious’ – she prayed a lot and went to church whenever she could. We lived in the country and it was not easy for her to get to church. I was sent to an Anglican Girls Grammar School but the religion taught there was so ‘dead’: it was simply a set of rules of things one should not do, some moral values which were worth living by, but that was all.
Although I believed that Jesus had told his disciples to be loving there did not seem to be love anywhere, just fear that one would not be ‘good’ enough. Church services were something we had to attend and I cannot remember one ‘sermon’ inspiring me in any way. I do remember the gossip after the service, which was all about what ‘Mrs So-and-So’ was wearing, or some scandal or other; I could feel this was all very unloving. Continue reading “Living a Religious Life & The Way of The Livingness”