Imagine not needing a degree to be a philosopher?

Philosophy is natural to us all. I know this because Serge Benhayon, a former Tennis Coach, is the greatest philosopher I have come across in many educated years of devouring philosophy, forever seeking an understanding of us and our world. The seeking is over. Serge Benhayon is in fact the Natural Philosopher we all are at heart.

Having worked with young children for many years I know this to be true – although somehow we have come to accept that the only real philosophers are the ones we find in university departments.

Children are Natural Philosophers – they observe, wonder and behold the world and its ways with innocence and a beautifully untrained eye that knows only honesty and truth, without the constraint of seeing things through the coldness of cultural beliefs and ideals, or the limitation of thinking only the old or educated can know philosophy.

This same simple philosophy is what Serge unapologetically and naturally brings to even the most complex issues. He stands not on the shoulders of others before him, but on the knowing that every inner-heart holds and can access, as we allow ourselves to become still enough to be aware of it.

This stillness isn’t of the statue kind – it is a state of being that comes when we stop rushing, pushing and hammering our way through life and reconnect to the power and beauty of the stillness within, that we can carry into every activity of daily life. Stillness is a living philosophy.

Serge Benhayon is the Natural Philosopher and he constantly reminds us we are too.

He is not special, he is universal, and the deeply inspiring philosophy he presents in all he says and the many books he writes, comes from an Ageless Wisdom that is not for him alone or for a select few, but accessible by all, without exception. Philosophy is an invaluable universal medicine that Serge Benhayon is restoring to humanity – as do all who connect to the Ageless Wisdom.

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  • By Adrienne Ryan

    I’ve always been interested in understanding the underlying cause and effect behind what we experience in life and for this the heart is the greatest teacher any student could have.