by Nicola Lessing, Tweed, NSW, Australia
One of the things I have been learning over the last years is the magic of not imposing.
Many people talk about their experience of first meeting Serge Benhayon and how transformational that was. They express how they re-connected to themselves, and talk about the love that Serge is.
It struck me that in reading all of these blogs, someone who had not met Serge might imagine that he has some sort of imposing presence.
Strangely enough, the opposite is the case. Serge Benhayon is the one person who can walk up right behind me and I do not feel him coming. If you saw him in a room full of people or in a supermarket, he looks like an ordinary bloke.
At events he is often the person filling up the water containers, picking up rubbish, putting out the chairs – doing whatever is needed.
In fact, it is the very absence of any imposing energy that is so extraordinary. Normally, we all impose on each other whether we realise it or not. We usually want something from another person, or even ourselves; whether it be a response, recognition, for them or us to ‘get it’ or behave in a different way, or whatever.
None of these things come into play with Serge.