Since it was published, I have loved The Living Sutras of the Hierarchy by Serge Benhayon, one of his beautiful purple books, and have recently enjoyed reading through much of it again.

One extract from this book has really inspired me in this re-read:

Where is the living wisdom that is inherent within us all? The living wisdom is found in the inner-heart and not in man’s head, that is, wisdom must come first from the love that is within our inner-most. That love will then demonstrate by impulse who and what you are. Self-love then, is what restores the grace we have all forgotten.”

Serge Benhayon The Living Sutras of the Hierarchy, p 290

For aeons we have mistakenly lived by the knowledge of what is in our heads, but what has been the result?

We do not live by love, which is clearly shown by the conditions in our world. We have had countless wars and on a smaller and very personal scale, many of us still cannot get on with our immediate neighbours, let alone people from other countries. There is such a fear of people from some countries now, especially people with skin colours not the same as ours, or those holding Muslim beliefs. Racism is not only widespread, but spreading rapidly. Illness and disease are rising exponentially and the earth is compensating for our loveless behaviour, causing all sorts of upheaval and disasters.

I wonder; what would our world be like if we all lived by this living wisdom on our earth? Would it not be akin to “heaven on earth”? Imagine the amazing harmony we would have; how much more we could achieve through working together in brotherhood, doing what is required in a way that benefits us all equally. And the earth would not have to clear itself of our excesses. All would be in harmony and that harmony would be our new and rightful normal.

“Living in and by who we truly are produces a true set of thoughts that are impulsed into the higher-mind – that unused part of the brain. Then your thinking mind is impulsed first by the essence of love and hence – absolutely no evil can ever be thought of and thus no evil can ever be expressed.”

Serge Benhayon The Living Sutras of the Hierarchy, p 290

Life can be truly amazing when we live by the impulses from our inner-heart, undistracted by the rubbish we can be served up from our usual thinking mind. Are we willing to give it a go?

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