Penelope Scheenhouwer

Published: 15.09.2014

Natalie Benhayon is a woman of power, grace and true beauty who with seeming effortlessness lives a life that is dedicated to love.

At 24 years of age she is a role model and inspiration for both myself, a 44-year-old woman, and my 9 year old daughter. Not only that, over the years that I have known Natalie I have also come to call her a friend and family.

  • So how is it that a 24 year old woman can be a role model for women both younger and older than herself?

  • How is it that I can call a woman who is 20 years younger than me my friend and inspiration?

That is the incredibleness that is Natalie Benhayon – A timeless, ageless woman whose wisdom knows no barriers, a true role model.

Knowing Natalie on many levels from work to the home environment, I observe her total dedication and consistency to love with everyone she meets. There is not one area or one person in her life who is more special or more important. From developing the Our Cycles app to her daily practice, from talking one on one to presenting to thousands worldwide, all of these things are of equal importance and are given her full and total commitment.

There is no front or ‘down time’ – this is the real deal, she is the real deal.

Natalie Benhayon has shown me that it is possible to be powerful and tender, that true beauty does not come from how you look and that true wisdom comes from the connection to the divinity that we are, not from how old we are or how studied we are.

I would not know myself to be the incredible and beautiful woman I am today without the divine reflection that Natalie lives on a daily basis. She supports me to be all that I am in every moment and does the same with thousands of women (and men) around the world. She reflects the fact that it is truly possible to live connected to the exquisite being that we all are and that all that she is and lives, is in us all equally so, to be lived in full if we so choose.

Natalie Benhayon is the most extraordinary woman I know, living a life that is the true ‘ordinary’ way for us all to return to.

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