I am hearing a lot of mixed reviews regarding BENTINHO. Upon review, since I do not know Bentinho first hand, I observe the source that is speaking about him, and the energy they are coming from. This is a very well developed ability within me and the reason I am able to learn so fast is because I do not grow attached to ANY idea, construct, belief, person or teaching. I am ALWAYS open to the opportunity to learn something that is better, clearer, truer. Essentially, my observations are simply pure awareness. not bias. These are my observations of those who say negative things about Bentihno. I have already noticed a pattern. First of all, no human is a concrete state of perfection, we are all growing, eternally. BUT, what I notice about those who have negative things to say is that they display the following characteristics:
*Neediness- Jocelyn wrote an article, stating her experience with him. Many times, she stated she wanted to “help” him and that she was willing to sacrifice herself in order to “help” the world. This is not a balanced state. No wonder she ran into problems with him. I did notice her energy was overly compassionate. Although beautiful and a lovely demonstration, not a grounding, balanced perspective.
*Internal Suffering- Lack of self love/awareness results in various forms of suffering. These are always the types of people who seek spiritual information/growth. People with these perspectives tend to have vibrations that support negativity showing up in their lives. Their experience could be subjective, or objective. But the fact that they have a propensity to interpret things as threatening, means that their accounts are not coming from a balanced perspective, Either.
The two above energies are tied. A person who has a needy cry in their energy is going to project that onto others, wanting to save them, in attempt to save themselves from their own suffering.
I’m going to keep this short and simple. Basically, I have never heard a negative account of Bentinho come from a balanced person/perspective.
Here is what I think, based on the bad accounts, the good accounts
and my own account:
I do not feel the need to hear and study ALL of Bentinho’s teachings. Some of them do not interest me. This is intuition working. It means I don’t need them. But, the teachings that do interest me have been very uplifting, clarifying and helpful. I have found them empowering and I can attest that they do get you closer to knowing your God, state. Which makes it a lot easier to create and manifest deliberately. THIS HAS BEEN EVIDENCED IN MY LIFE. I know EVERYTHING about Abraham’s teachings, and I find that Bentinho’s teachings fully align with Abraham. Despite different words and styles. I find Bentinho to be a hefty step up from Abraham. Which made me glad to find him when Abraham became a little too basic for what I was ready for. Bentinho’s teachings (and mine as well) have the potential to be extremely toxic and even dangerous to those who are not ready for them. What you need to learn and implement has to do with where u are. Just because a teaching is not right for you, it does not mean that it is a “Bad” teaching. It means that, that teaching is not for you.
I feel that Bentihno is very evolved and I identify with his perspectives & even his somewhat shocking behaviors. He comes off as arrogant and selfish to those who are closer to the “needy” unfulfilled vibe. So do I. Yet, in my own experience, this is irrelevant because I know my own heart, myself and my intentions. So does he. In this world, the people who are in a lackful, needy vibe, will blame you for everything. For their problems, and we all know what happened to Jesus and those like him. I am not saying Bentinho is like Jesus. That is irrelevant. I am saying that, historically, we can see that the first one to rise above the rest will be the first to be demonized for it. It happens to all spiritual teachers. The fact that gaining independence, happiness and self-sufficiency in your own state of alignment makes the world see you as selfish and arrogant, is a testimony to how much these empowering teachings are truly needed. That is why we are here. Jesus’s story is a confirmation to those of us who are faced with this task of being ourselves, that it is very much worth it to live your Divine Purpose, no matter what. But, once you reach a state of self sufficiency in your alignment, you don’t need encouragement to know that. So, we keep on. So does he. I think that as a spiritual teacher, he is surrounded by people who are in sensitive vibrations, and he is inevitably being misunderstood by them. I am able to see it very clearly because I have become accustomed to living as a human who cannot be fully understood. But, I have learned how to blend in a bit, and Bentinho does not tone himself down for anyone. I repeatedly see his compassion in his demeanor, when he is speaking to people, and teaching. When I hear him and experience his vibration, he is living from a genuine state of authenticity. Checking in with himself, regularly. And, he happens to be doing a wonderful thing for so many people, just by being himself. I am one of them. Let the rest go as they feel drawn. That is my account.