Thank God for Serge Benhayon



I was pondering lately what my life would be like now if it hadn’t been for a seemly random chain of events that brought me to Australia, then on to Brisbane and by some quirk of fate sitting wondering what the heck I was doing at a workshop held by a man named Serge Benhayon.

Up until this point in my life I was an outright cynic of anything remotely religious, New Age, non-scientific or totally mainstream, even a trip to a chiropractor or a massage therapist was way out there for me. So imagine my surprise when I started to be all consumed with finding my purpose and needing to find myself so to speak.

So there I was sitting in this hall on a hill perched over Byron Bay feeling terrified, panicked and sick to my stomach, questioning my sanity and wondering how on Earth I had got here. But contrary to what I was expecting, as I thought the workshop was going to be a lot of Oming, tree hugging and possibly yoghurt weaving, this ended up being a pivotal moment in my life that I consider to be a true turning point. This man in a few words and some gentle breaths opened up my eyes to everything I had been searching for in my life and more. What he presented and what I felt in the very core of my heart could irrefutably not be denied even though my mind was screaming, desperately trying to hold on to its configured way of being that it had been setting in place for the 34 years to have dominion of me and my body.

Since then even though my life has had its challenges and issues to face I have never really looked back as my physical and emotional wellbeing and the quality of my life has gone from good to great, to pinch me now it is so incredible I can’t believe its true status.

Now I must give myself some credit here and make something very clear. Serge Benhayon did not come and save me, give me enlightenment or a magic pill to swallow that suddenly blissed me out and made everything better. No, what he did was make me realise that I had made and could make choices, that I needed to be responsible for my thoughts and actions, that I had a body that needed to be treated gently and taken care of. That I had issues and unresolved hurts that I had not dealt with which were shaping everything in my life from my behaviours, perceptions, and relationships to in fact every interaction in my life.

So with that understanding I decided to heal my past, to move forward in a way that is more loving and open, and not be afraid to allow myself to feel, to be sensitive and aware of everything around me even the subtlest of energy. I took responsibility for how I was and what I had become but I never lost sight of the fact that I had been able to connect to in my heart, the fact that I come from God and am therefore divine, filled with love and an intelligence that goes far beyond our human realm.

So I can’t help wonder where I’d be now without the stars aligning the way they did … burnt out, given up, depressed, shut down, withdrawn, angry at the world, probably ill with thyroid issues or diabetes (most likely both), arthritic knees from pushing my body too hard and constant back and neck pain or even cancer. You may think I’m being melodramatic but I think not, as when I first met Serge I had all the warning signs of what was ahead of me if I didn’t change my lifestyle and deal with my stuff instead of finger-pointing, blaming and being a victim of circumstances that I thought were out of my control.

So I say thank God for Serge Benhayon and thank God to me, for despite all my misgivings, having said yes to being in the right place at the right time.

Author: Dr Rachel Hall

The Holistic Dentist who Loves Humanity. Life is about people, connection, love and equality. People are suffering and have forgotten they are naturally amazing. By living in a way that is more self-loving, gentle and truthful we can reawaken our capacity for grandness.

8 thoughts on “Thank God for Serge Benhayon”

  1. I love that you write with such humour, as well as gratitude on having found such real support to transform your life and it’s quality.

  2. Rachel I love this, how in looking back and seeing the choices you’ve made and how you embraced an opportunity to step outside during accepted world view and discovered more you, the truth.

  3. Love this appreciation of Serge Benhayon but also the part you have played in the transformation of your life.

  4. You are not being melodramatic at all Rachel about the potential for illness and disease. Dentistry is a tough profession, emotionally and physically demanding, and if you do not make great choices about caring for yourself, the toll is intense. A dental colleague in Sydney recently died of cancer, a person in their early 40’s. A very good and caring person, perhaps not so caring for themselves.

  5. What I love about your blog Rachel is the deepest amount of appreciation you have for who you are and all that you have experienced that has made you the Rachel that you know and love today. I get the sense that finding yourself and living that self has been all about choices and this shows me that anyone and everyone can do it when the right time comes for the choices to be made and the ultimate choice to be true to ourselves is honoured. Thank God indeed.. because without people living in the world like yourself Rachel, and likewise Serge Benhayon, how would we know that the opportunity is always there and simply awaiting our openness and response.

  6. Love to read this it is so honouring so clear and also in a light and so claimed way. Thank You for sharing this. With love Nadine

  7. Thank God for Rachel Hall and your honesty! And the incredible choices you have made, which means a lot of willingness to take responsibility for your life. But most of all thank God for your choice to write!

  8. What a fun testimony to read. It goes to show that despite what our head thinks about something/someone, we can actually feel – from our hearts – very differently about it/them. And I just love how this happened for you, as it did me to some extent. I felt like Serge had to prove something to me in order for me to take interest. But his presentation made undeniable sense to me that day and my life is infinitely different, and better, thanks to him.

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