by Elizabeth Douglas, Cape Breton, Canada
“Everything is energy” – Albert Einstein.
“Everything is energy, therefore everything is because of energy” – Serge Benhayon.
I am not writing to defend Serge Benhayon, his loving family, Universal Medicine and all that entails, or the practitioners. When energetic truth is expressed it is complete. Where lies and accusations are applied in an area of life, they have to be fed with more in order to get the attention they crave in the first place.
I write only to express my truth, without fear of being ‘found out’. Continue reading “Being Found Out: Online Presentations Opened Me To The Preciousness I Am”
by Dianne Trussell
My own relationships have increasingly blossomed and deepened as I apply in my life the simple things Serge Benhayon applies in his and shares with others, for the sake of humanity.
I used to keep people at a distance, unaware that I was protecting myself from being hurt. I was nervous, over-sensitive, and had to get away from people just to recuperate my energy. I actually did not like people in general, and very few people seemed to understand me. My own company, and that of animals and plants, made sense and I could rest and feel ‘normal’ when alone with nature. Continue reading “The Gorgeousness Of It All: Falling In Love With Myself, Others and The World”
I am now a 33 year old woman. I grew up sailing around the world. I had a very different childhood. It was not always easy and I had grown up with many ways of coping and dealing with what life had offered me. As a child I was sexually molested and I hardly went to school. I smoked marijuana every day from when I was 16 years old until I was 30, and when I say every day, I mean everyday (with exception of about 4 or 6 days). Even when I was traveling internationally I would make marijuana brownies and eat them to get high.
The point is, I did not like how life was and the only way I enjoyed life was if I was stoned and numb. I would wake up and smoke, and I would smoke during the day, and then smoke a lot at night so that I would pass out. I could easily smoke an ounce a week (that is a lot). And to me, that was normal and I was “fine”. I would go out with friends, drink alcohol, go to festivals and take ecstasy, magic mushrooms and a few other drugs. I thought I was fine, because I wasn’t doing cocaine or heroin. Continue reading “My Story”
by Nico van Haastrecht, Warnsveld, The Netherlands
In 2006 I was presented with the Gentle Breath Meditation at a workshop with Chris James. At that time I was involved in several new age movements/modalities such as yoga, Steiner schools and a guru, and I visited ayahuasca (ayawaska) ceremonies – all in order to better my life, which I was not content with. I was missing the essence of life but could not grasp it at that time. I was desperately trying everything presented to me without first discerning where it came from.
Along with the gentle breath meditation, I started to read Serge Benhayon’s book ‘The Way It Is’. I felt a very strong connection with all that was presented by the book, it was like an “I know that” from deep within. Through reading the book and doing the gentle breath meditation, slowly, slowly I came into more connection with myself and allowed myself to feel what I felt. Continue reading “Claiming my Way of Living”
by Rachel Murtagh, Somerset, UK
Universal Medicine’s ethics, integrity and teachings are very much needed in society today. This can be clearly seen by looking at the shocking statistics on illness and disease trends. The World Cancer Research Fund states that, “There are an estimated 12.7 million new cancer cases around the world every year, with this number expected to increase to 26 million by 2030”.
How many of the children in my classroom will remain unaffected by serious illness in their lifetime? Continue reading “Illness and Disease: Society’s Need for the Teachings and Presentations of Universal Medicine”
As a registered nurse and long-time therapist in many fields of Complementary Medicine, and as a practitioner who works with the Code of Ethics and Conduct of the Esoteric Practitioners Association (EPA)* established by Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon, I can truly say that all the allegations that Universal Medicine is a cult and Serge Benhayon is a ‘cult leader’ or a ‘guru’, are not true.
Universal Medicine is a fully accredited and insured organisation, and is recognised and acknowledged in many medical and other areas. Furthermore, after working for 37 years all over the world, I can say that I have never come across an institution with such truth and loving integrity. Continue reading “Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon: Love and Integrity Underpin It All”
By Lee Poole, Clayfield, Australia
In light of the recent media attention and interest in what Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine present I feel to share some of my experiences in way of response. I find it difficult to easily explain what I have learnt, discovered, felt and the changes that I have made in my life since finding the esoteric and therefore feel that sharing some of my story may offer some form of explanation. Continue reading “My Unfolding Path”
By Pia Jung, Germany (English second language)
For many years I was living on a very low level of energy/vitality. I felt very, very exhausted.
In 2006 I went to a presentation by Serge Benhayon, and as I really liked it (especially because of the feeling that I felt inside of me), I became curious for more and went to some more presentations. Although I enjoyed those too, I remained very cautious for quite some time because I was not sure if I could trust that what I was feeling, that what was being presented, was true. However, after I did my first 2-day course with Serge a few years ago I realised that what he was presenting, and what I was feeling in my body, was not wrong, that it was actually true. Continue reading “Trusting What I Feel is True”
By Anne Malatt
For most of us, having sex and making love have meant the same thing.
In truth, we all know the difference, for we all know what love is, and that we are love, but we have given up on the possibility of ever being it and finding it.
Most men settle for sex, using it for release and relief. But men live in fear that they won’t be good enough and they will be rejected. Continue reading “What is the Difference between Having Sex and Making Love?”
By Danielle Loveless, Australia
Like many, when I first met Serge Benhayon, his family, and other students embracing the esoteric way of living, I felt something very different, I felt much more in my skin or at ease with myself. I later realised that although these people felt different, they were just ordinary people getting on with life. Continue reading “True Love, not Emotional Love”