Serge the Educator – Love and the way of the forever student

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Serge the Educator – Love and the way of the forever student

"We not only desperately need love
to be in our intelligence,
we need it to be our intelligence."

Serge Benhayon An Open Letter to Humanity, p 280

Remember sitting at your desk at school gazing longingly out the window, waiting for the bell to ring? The thought of being a ‘forever student’ would have been the last thing on your mind.

Lyndy Summerhaze, a former educator at University level, shares her transformation from being a seeker of knowledge to embracing being a ‘forever student of life’, inspired by the consummate teacher for the world, Serge Benhayon.

When asked about her education Lyndy said, “I did not like school and was one of those kids who sat gazing longingly out the window at the trees and the sky. Yet I loved education. From an early age with my friend from across the road we would gather all the small school suitcases we could find, lay them out in the play room as desks and sit our dolls and teddies up in front of a blackboard and teach them spelling and arithmetic. We even had a sports day. They were the most educated dolls on the block!”

“With both parents teachers, my father dedicated to setting up an ungraded school with ‘co-operation’ rather than ‘competition’ as its key principal, I felt a strong pull to education and learning.”

“By the time I was at the end of high school I was discarding the dreariness of the schoolroom and was beginning to really love understanding what it was that made the world tick. What was this all about and why were we here?”

“I remember studying biology for the final year exam; each day I would tackle learning one of the systems of the body – the vascular system, the respiratory system – and then one magical day I experienced the understanding of how all the systems integrate and become one united, whole body."

"The immense joy I experienced that day set me on my path to find the truth of man and the universe, as that to me was the joy of learning – not the gathering of facts, as necessary as that is for life on earth.”

“I did get diverted, gathering an assortment of degrees along the way, and still imagined that I would find the truth of ‘why we are here’ through research and in the shelves of libraries all over the world. I had to be pulled kicking and screaming out of a ‘world’ that was my passion and had become my comfort and hiding place, out into the world of being an educator.”

“I remember walking into my first teaching appointment and smelling the corridors and the stairwells of the high school, feeling sick, thinking ‘I do not want to spend the rest of my life in this prison’. I could smell the stench of the education system and the staffroom was like a jungle to me – sophisticated, competitive, and back-biting. I was naive and innocent to the real world outside of the libraries of the universities, preferring the thrill of reading about ‘wholeness’ in books from the Renaissance natural philosophers to the current day findings of quantum physics.”

“I was always looking ‘out there’ for the truth until I met the greatest educator of them all, Serge Benhayon, who presented to me something vital I had completely missed and ignored in all my studies – the fact that “everything is energy” and further, “everything is because of energy”, and that unless we take Einstein’s scientifically proven fact (E=MC2) and practically apply it to the way we live life, we will always reduce our capacity to know the truth of the world."

"We in fact have a God-given amazing intelligence that can be readily accessed through re-connecting to the body and the inner-heart. Once we reconnect to true love we can begin to nurture our capacity to feel the ever-communicating energy field of life that brings an intelligence far grander than the mind, as we currently use it, with its limitations and complications.”

“This was by far the best education I had ever received. It was all about awareness in life and how to live life with true love, simplicity and integrity! I couldn’t imagine anything more joy-full than being a forever student. Nothing I ever encountered at my prestigious university ever came close to this.”

“Serge is a living example of this ‘stupendous intelligence’, expansive beyond anything we consider possible and yet he humbly calls himself ‘a forever student’. Through connecting to the inner-most heart he has shown how we can effortlessly read energy and access the living truth of the Ageless wisdom. Serge is the first to say that he is not ‘special’ – everyone can do this, we only have to drop any preconceived ideas and ideals about what we think we may know and be open.”

“When we access this intelligence anything is possible. To be a forever student has nothing to do with sitting behind a desk, acquiring qualifications and living in the head – it requires firstly that we are willing to sit in the body! To be a forever student is to be someone who is ever open to the observation of life, to feeling and knowing the quality of energy in any given situation, and to working from a foundation of love. Then learning becomes a living thing – totally magical and expanding.”

“Serge Benhayon has re-opened the door so that we can once again begin to re-connect to and understand life and why we are here.

That’s true Education.”

"Love in intelligence will not change or drop the level of knowledge we can attain. In fact, and by virtue of the quality of the energy that love brings, we will supersede what we currently assume is intelligence with a new form of thinking that is exponentially greater in knowledge and wisdom."

Serge Benhayon An Open Letter to Humanity, p 261

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