TIME, SPACE AND ALL OF US - Book 1: TIME

BOOK 10: TIME
Author: 
Serge Benhayon
Time, Space and all of us Book 1: TIME
Article by: 
Gabriele Conrad

A whole book on time – what then is time? The answer seems obvious in many ways, as we are very used to measuring and quantifying it, but is it possible that our perception and understanding of time is wrong and not serving us? 

Time certainly makes for a captivating topic. Time, like the body we live in, is our constant companion and we can never get away from it for too long. 

You might have also noticed that time can at times be like shackles or a curse even, and at other times a blessing, depending on how it ‘behaves’ and how it ‘treats’ us, dependent on whether there is enough of it or not and whether we like doing what we are doing or not. 

And thus, is it time that changes or is it our perception of time?

Does it really make sense that time behaves differently, from time to time, from one event to another, from one day to the next? 

Or is there something else at play? 

Does time have favourites? Does it bless some and curse others? 

And thus, as the author respectfully proposes -- is it possible that there is something wrong with our perception and understanding of time?

Serge Benhayon presents the possibility that we indeed have a skewed understanding of time – that it is not a taskmaster or tyrant – but our ally in the process of true evolution. He goes on to present a plethora of revelations and teachings. As he says: 

“This book will effectively stop time in its tracks and reset it to 
tick away what it is there to tick and to clock.”
~ Serge Benhayon

In the book he also gives away what the resetting means:

 “Time is but a gauge we can use to refer to what we want
or not want on our endless elliptical trajectory.”
~ Serge Benhayon

In other words,

“Time does not move but measures what we have done as we move,
or rather, what we have chosen to express whilst 
we reside on a planet
and in a realm of life that provides the only one movement, it moving us,
in endless circles until we evolve up and out.”

~ Serge Benhayon

Meanwhile we can all attest to the devastating effect that the pressure of time has on our health and wellbeing, we all know how exhausting it is to race against time, trying to beat time – but how can we practically not get caught up in the old paradigm?
 
Book 10 Time presents the true nature of time – starting with, and as Benhayon details, the fact that time does not move. Yes, you read correctly – time does not move. Our planet moves, we endlessly move as we circle the Sun, but time itself does not move.  Time does not rush, it does not run out, it does not favour some over others, it does not get longer or shorter – time does not move.

Book 10 presents that time is indeed timeless, our constant companion and ally on the way back to our origins, the divine state of being we forsook to delve into physical reality on this planet. And not only did we delve into it – after that first aberration away from who we truly are we ended up completely identifying with physical reality as perceived by the human physical eye and our physical senses, and this includes our perception of time. 
And thus the misconception we have that time moves and that we are going somewhere. Plus the misconception that we leave the time we call the past behind, never to be seen again and that there is another time, a better or brighter time ahead which we call the future. 

But where is this future going to come from on a planet that endlessly circles the Sun? Can the future really be a different or brighter future when we traverse the same point on our trajectory around the Sun – year after year? How can the future be brighter or better when we repeat our behaviours and patterns ad infinitum and, contrary to our better knowing – refuse to change?  

Book 10 presents that time does not move and that, unless we stop repeating in the present what hasn’t worked and what does not serve us, whether that be individually or as a one humanity, we keep repeating our past in different guises and with new and more modern stage props. For example: what we used to call slavery is nowadays called human trafficking.

There is much to be revealed about our true nature and the beholding and supporting role of time as we endlessly circle the Sun; and thus, the volume 'Time' is the first title in a three-part dedicated series which will be followed by 'Space' (volume 2) and volume 3 entitled 'all of us'.

 

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Books published by UniMed Publishing

Time, Space and all of us Book 1: TIME
Serge Benhayon
Gabriele Conrad

A whole book on time – what then is time? The answer seems obvious in many ways, as we are very used to measuring and quantifying it, but is it possible that our perception and understanding of time is wrong and not serving us? 

Time certainly makes for a captivating topic. Time, like the body we live in, is our constant companion and we can never get away from it for too long. 

Time, Space and all of us Book 2: SPACE
Serge Benhayon
Gabriele Conrad

After debunking our erroneously held notion of Time in Book 10 of this trilogy, ‘Time, Space and all of us’ Serge Benhayon moves on to Space and what we might perceive it to be, if we give it any thought at all. And if indeed you need or would like to catch up on this vast topic, these 766 pages entitled ‘Space’ will provide ample opportunity.

This is not a book on astronomy or cosmology; the Space that Serge Benhayon expands on is the stuff that we live in, that surrounds us, goes through us, into us with every breath and that we contribute to with every outbreath. 

Pretty big? Yes, it is indeed. But wait, there is more, much more.

Esoteric Teachings & Revelations Volume II
Serge Benhayon
Gabriele Conrad

This is the second instalment of Esoteric Teachings & Revelations (first volume published in 2011) and the collection for the third one is already complete, awaiting its final stages and publication.

Passages from workshops, presentations, The Way of The Livingness Sermons, from communications with students of Universal Medicine as well as pertinent excerpts from any of the thus far nine published books have here been brought together in an easily accessible form and made available for the public at large.

Universal Medicine  An Open Letter to Humanity Serge Benhayon
Serge Benhayon
Gabriele Conrad

We have all felt at times that life on earth, human life, our life is not consistently what it could be – that it is not as joyous and free and simple as we imagined it to be, when as children we could not wait to grow up and have a go at it ourselves.

THE WAY IT IS - A Treatise on Energetic Truth
Serge Benhayon
Gabriele Conrad

Why read a book entitled ‘The Way It Is’ you might ask, when how it is must already be known by sheer virtue of living life in this world with family, neighbours, colleagues, alongside millions and millions of strangers and embedded in systems and governance of one kind or another? Would it not be more expedient (and relaxing) to turn a blind eye to what is really going on? Or better still, would it be instead far more rewarding and personally more satisfying to immerse oneself into bettering and finding solutions for what is not working? Perhaps we should stop and consider how we have been so blindly comforted by the notion of solutions and that we can have them/come-up with them whenever a crisis appears. A closer look at life reveals that at best, solutions perform as ‘band aids’ rather than truly bring solution to the thwarting issue or ill at hand. Could there be more we don’t know or, do know but, either don’t want to know or have not had the support to know?

A TREATISE ON CONSCIOUSNESS
Serge Benhayon
Gabriele Conrad

Have you ever wondered why despite all your best intentions, despite the yearly habitual round of New Year’s resolutions and promises to yourself and sometimes to others for added support (or to get them temporarily off your back) – it is very, very hard to truly change and create the new you, become the version of yourself you know deep inside is the truer, more self loving and loving real you?

THE WAY OF INITIATION
Serge Benhayon
Gabriele Conrad

In worldly terms, it can be said that we have all, at one time or another, sought to initiate ourselves or be initiated, irrespective of whether we have actually ever used the word ‘initiation’ or not.


THE LIVING SUTRAS OF THE HIERARCHY
Serge Benhayon
Gabriele Conrad

Humankind has always searched for answers beyond the mundane but very real and tangible conundrums of day-to-day living. Is it therefore possible that the nature of these questions not only suggests but makes it very possible that inherently, there is more to us than meets the eye? Is it possible that we do innately, if ever so vaguely have a cellular memory of our true nature and destiny? If not, where then do these questions come from and why do we bother asking:  

ESOTERIC & EXOTERIC PHILOSOPHY
Serge Benhayon
Gabriele Conrad

The title of this collection of esoteric and exoteric philosophy presents at least one, if not two very misunderstood and misinterpreted words, namely ‘esoteric’ and ‘exoteric’. And whilst ‘exoteric’ is not so widely in use, the word ‘esoteric’ as it stands today is very far away from its original and very practical and down to earth meaning. Esoteric means the inner-most and it is that which is found in the inner-heart of every human being. The esoteric is that which is truest and closest to what we actually and truly are; it is our essence as human beings in a physical body and the place where true wisdom can be accessed.

Universal Medicine
Serge Benhayon
Gabriele Conrad

This book is a healing handbook of 728 pages, a companion compendium for you, the reader to use on a regular, and if you so choose, on a daily basis. Each of its entries is complete in itself, be it a one-liner or a half-page text passage and you will find much here that might seemingly come out of left field at first but which, upon further pondering, will debase many of our repetitive choices and the cumulative big and small irresponsibilities of daily life – what is generally referred to as normal and acceptable, albeit only just.