Appreciating the wisdom, truths and universal laws we are all from . . . as presented in the books by Serge Benhayon

Serge Benhayon’s books offer truth and wisdom on every page.

Appreciating the wisdom, truths and universal laws we are all from . . . as presented in the books by Serge Benhayon

The divine and absolute beauty of all of Serge Benhayon’s books is that each page, each paragraph, each sentence carries many dimensions of understanding. At times, I read through a whole book bit by bit and other times I feel to select a book and just read or re-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 that when I re-read parts of Serge Benhayon’s books, often my unfolding, my awareness and my understanding have shifted, developed and deepened from the last time I picked that book up. These books present the beholding wisdom, truths and universal laws we are all from, thus breaking down false consciousness. They lovingly support my body to access and be with the love of the Soul; my livingness supports me to let go of confining beliefs and ideals and be open to the deeper dimensions of truths these purple books have to offer – these books are in fact timeless.

One morning before heading out to work I read a paragraph from each of two of the books and in each paragraph – one from a purple book I had had for nine years and one from one I had just purchased – it was the exact same point that was being expressed. I found this to be yet another example of the divine magic that we are supported with and surrounded by and something that I needed to read, hear and feel that day. It was perfect for me to read the same revelation in each book as it provided me with the clarity and a reminder of the power of my choices and responsibility in life, for it felt to be of the truth I know. Looking back in further reflection on these readings from that day, it was actually the beginning of quite a large process of letting go of constraints that I had been choosing in my life – and further claim that which resides within, waiting there to be expressed out.

In my newly purchased book, ‘Time, Space and all of us, Book 2 – Space’ by Serge Benhayon, I read:

“If you read these words free of any reaction you will read the revelation, the fact that to sustain a way of life that is many times much less in knowledge and wisdom than one truly is, there has to be a way of life that constantly denies it, in fact, its every move and way of being must be one that sustains the creation that suppresses the grandness. If the denial and at times forceful resistance were not the case, the vast levels of awareness, intelligence and wisdom would rush back in so to speak, for they are all there just suppressed by the outer force that is keeping them tucked away.” (p. 32)

And in the book The Way It Is – A Treatise on Energetic Truth by Serge Benhayon, I read:

“The spirit world exists in a plane which is impulsed by the Pranic Consciousness. It is a plane of pranic vibration which can only be sustained by the constant involvement of one’s energy from another. This explanation is of great importance and with this knowledge, and rightly understood, it can be said that it is an illusion. For an illusion is ‘that which cannot exist without the constant energy of motion.” (p. 29)

From these words I read I was gracefully reminded that the glory of divinity is powerfully burning within me, always ready to be expressed – that I am already everything before I do anything. Furthermore, if I do not feel this, then I am allowing others or myself in some way, shape or form to hinder this natural divine communication and the living stillness to be felt in my body.

On the day I read these two passages I was reminded that the tensions in life can come from challenging situations or from relationships with others, and even the relationship we have with ourselves; and that these tensions which are felt in the body, even though they can seem big at times, are actually small compared to the grandness we are from and hold within. These tensions are actually a blessing and a reminder of things that I have been choosing that go against what is natural and divinely on offer to be with. They are a reminder that I have not been taking responsibility for the quality of my movements. For example, if I am not making sure I am with the one thing I am doing in any one moment, then I am actually feeding the tension that gets in the way of me feeling the flow of my natural stillness and connection with others.

These two paragraphs from two of Serge Benhayon’s books reminded me that in every single moment there is a choice to reflect the ‘truth’ of who we all are. When we remain present with our body, keeping our mind with the movements of our body, we are able to express and move in a way that is in connection to the grandness we are all from, and also reminds others of what is accessible to us all.

The purple books remind us that we are Sons of God first, well before we do anything. As a Son of God first, what we do – the quality of energy we choose – is our choice and responsibility; the gift and beauty of free-will.

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  • By Johanna Smith, BA Education, Grad. Cert. Early Childhood, EPA Recognised, Teacher, Mother, Wife

    A woman with a love of truth, people and community health and well-being. She knows that how we live directly contributes to how we feel.