The Lawyer in Me was Reserved and Critical…

By Klaus from Germany

When I first met Serge Benhayon a few years ago in Cologne / Germany he made a presentation about the root causes of illness and disease, but did not present himself as a great healer or redeemer. He simply indicated some tools and methods to feel the truth and become more aware of ourselves, and thereby find solutions on our own.

As a lawyer I was quite reserved and critical, constantly looking out for irrational points or untrue pretensions to pick him up on. But I just had to admit that he expressed the simple truth, and also the consequence that changing the quality of life is mostly about one’s own choices.

So as I listened carefully, I never heard Serge Benhayon or Universal Medicine claim to bring about a better life –  just a better understanding of how things work, and thus to enable everybody to work on themselves.

It might have disappointed many people that there is no ‘quick-fix’ and no real escape from dealing with one’s own issues. However, those who promise quick healing and encourage people to surrender responsibility for their own lives, are in fact, not inspiring true healing at all.

In my experience, I have found all that Universal Medicine presents to be of a very high ethical standard and have never felt imposed upon. I can only encourage everybody to experience this for themselves.

40 thoughts on “The Lawyer in Me was Reserved and Critical…

  1. Working with law Klaus you will know that as a society we’re always so quick and able to spend money on lawyers for someone for incarceration, but we don’t make the corresponding commitment to the preventative components of it nor genuine effort to truly understand those who end up behind bars. Great to have you in law, bringing in a different, common sense and practical approach. The teachings of Serge Benhayon have wonderful ripple effects that go beautifully into every sphere of life and law is no exception.

  2. I love what you wrote about there being no quick fix or escape from dealing with our own issues – something it feels the world would take a pill for if they could. Working on ourselves and our issues is not always easy but with the understanding and support that is offered by Universal Medicine, I have found the journey to be deeply healing and utterly profound.

  3. What you share is so true. In today’s world, with internet and email, online shopping, fast food, microwaves etc we expect healing to offer a ‘quick fix’ option too. What we forget is that our body reveals the sum of all our choices – illness and disease do not occur over night but by an accumulation of energy from living a certain way. In an instant we can choose to be more honest and responsible, but it often takes a while to alter our momentum and habits. There is no quick fix, but always an opportunity to go deaper, so healing never ends.

  4. What I find beautiful about this short blog is that your ‘skepticism’ melted away as you registered as truth what Serge Benhayon offers the world even if what he does offer was totally alien from anything you have come across and even if it challenged your way of living and your foundations.

  5. You are correct Klaus – there is no quick fix promised by Universal Medicine, but if we take responsibility for our choices and truly honour what our body is communicating, we will become more aware of the ‘solutions’.

  6. “I never heard Serge Benhayon or Universal Medicine claim to bring about a better life – just a better understanding of how things work, and thus to enable everybody to work on themselves” – Yes, absolutely. It is always entirely up to each and every one of us to make up our mind about and what to do with the information presented – which I feel is a best way to heal and reclaim a truly self-empowered individual.

    1. Absolutely Fumiyo, I agree, Serge Benhayon has always presented that true responsibility starts at home, with us dealing with our own issues so we can then claim our glory as a true Son of God!

  7. ‘I never heard Serge Benhayon or Universal Medicine claim to bring about a better life – just a better understanding of how things work..’ This is exactly the reason i have been able to make changes for myself, because I have a better understanding about me and life, Serge and Universal Medicine have supported me in so many ways, but never to take away my responsibility or tell me what to do.

  8. Thank you Klaus, your quote “It might have disappointed many people that there is no ‘quick-fix’ and no real escape from dealing with one’s own issues.” really points out how we have become an “instant” society expecting outer solutions in a cut and paste formula. Serge Benhayon has taught me to really listen to myself, to my own body and to continue to feel and take responsibility for all my issues. It’s not “quick” but it’s very practical and it works.

  9. Thank you Klaus for your simple yet power-full blog – your choice to remain open and hear the truth is inspiring to read.

  10. Klaus, I agree with your comments, especially in regards to always having a choice in our lives. It is easy to hope that someone else will come along with a quick fix solution to problems but personally, I find it very reassuring that it is up to me to decide how I live my life and to accept the responsibility for all outcomes. Universal Medicine offers enormous support along the way but I am the one who has to ultimately do the work.

  11. Yes Klaus what Serge Benhayon presents is no miracle cure in the accepted sense of the term whereby if you get on this or that programme you will find love, wealth, health…. However I will claim for myself the miracle of having come across Universal Medicine a few years ago and having made important choices in my life. I’m now a healthier, more joyful and vibrant person than I was.

    1. Absolutely Patricia, I agree, what Serge Benhayon presents to us all and when it is adhered too, is a modern day “miracle!’ As Klaus states it “is mostly about one’s own choices” that bring about those things, which allow me to heal myself along with Conventional Medicine and Universal Medicine, this is what I now call normal. I also strongly recommend “everybody to experience this for themselves.”

  12. Agree, having the goal of a ‘better life’ can be easily tainted. However having the goal of ‘understanding life in every detail possible on an energetic level’ leads to a ‘better life’ naturally.

    a) When you understand you work with life
    b) When you try to make life happen you see things how you would like to see them.

    Clearly the a) is a better way to approach life as b) just shows you are fooling yourself.

  13. “he expressed the simple truth, and also the consequence that changing the quality of life is mostly about one’s own choices.” This has been my experience also over nearly 10 years. The responsibility lies with each of us to make our own choices in the way we live. Serge Benhayon has inspired me to have a deep understanding as to why everything is how it is and that I have a responsibility in the way I live to bring change within myself and also to all around me.

  14. Thank you Klaus for simply sharing your experience of understanding the truth of Serge’s words in your own life. we are not told what to do but to feel for ourselves what our choices are doing to our bodies, and from there make changes if we choose to. Life is all up to us.

  15. Looking out into the world we could easily say that we need some answers to how to go about since nothing seems to be stopping the rise and rise in illnesses and diseases spreading like wind fire. Serge Benhayon with Universal Medicine presents how to go about and it’s well worth looking into.

  16. I can sign your experiences with Serge Benahyon Klaus and like to join you in your invitation to encourage everybody to experience this for themselves. That’s the only way to truly find out if what is presented here feels inspirational for you or not.

  17. There is nothing more disempowering than to surrender the responsibility for our lives to someone or something else to save/fix us, especially when there is no need considering our ability to heal and transform our lives lies in our own choices and not those of another.

  18. When we understand the details of how things work we are more likely to understand the simple truth of our responsibilities in response to those details.

  19. I too encourage to experience not only what Serge Benhayon presents through courses, audios, video and books but also what we as students of Universal Medicine live through these principles of simple truth – it is a breath of fresh air to an otherwise out of control world we have chosen to create and live in.

  20. Taking responsibility for our own lives, our own choices is indeed the path of true healing – and not just for us because as we step into a life of responsibility and heal, we inspire others to do the same, so we do this not just for ourselves but for humanity as a whole.

  21. You raise a great point Klaus there are no ‘quick fixes’ or promises of enlightenment from Universal Medicine presentations, Serge Benhayon delivers the energetic truth and how making truly responsible choices can support us and allow the space for true change and true healing for the body.

  22. It has always made sense to me since first hearing Serge Benhayon that to truly heal illness and disease the ill energy that created the illness and disease in the first place has to be let go of. While conventional medicine indeed has its place and rightfully so, so does esoteric medicine and together they make a great combination in supporting each other to heal the body.

  23. When we hear the truth we know it in every cell in our body. Serge Benhayon presents the truth and nothing but the truth. What we do with the truth is our choice.

  24. No showiness, no quick fixes, just the pure and simple truth that we are responsible for our lives and all of our choices.

  25. Simple, true and to the point. There is no quick fix to true healing anything that offers that, offers yet another path to escape responsibility.

  26. It is simple and always has been simple. So simple that most times when Serge Benhayon presents, you say to yourself ‘I know that’. The learning here is to make what we know, how we live. Not just knowing it and getting annoyed because it is not seen in the world. Actually becoming the one that is seen as living what we already know.

  27. “It might have disappointed many people that there is no ‘quick-fix’ and no real escape from dealing with one’s own issues.”
    Lack of responsibility is a major illness in today’s society, could this be why many are disappointed when they are faced with the fact that our life is a direct response to our choices?
    Anyone who accepts responsibility sees this not as a criticism, but as guide to adjusting our choices, which we can all do. There is no greater power than the power to chose.

  28. “There is no ‘quick-fix’ and no real escape from dealing with one’s own issues” – I agree and know this to be true, but I can not but feel how much of investment I have been making in order to avoid taking responsibility, and tried to find a way to be left off the hook – one tactic being telling myself there is something unredeemably wrong with me.

  29. I like your straight and clear assessment of things, no meandering around but an open look at what is presented to you.

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