by Peter Siefken, Australia
As the famous German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer said towards the end of the 18th Century,
“All truth goes through three stages, first it is ridiculed, next it is violently opposed, and lastly it is accepted as being self evident”.
Even though the work of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine may seem unconventional to the consciousness of the majority of society today, the anecdotal evidence appears to be ever increasing with regards to his work.
The current structure of our medical system is one centered around evidence based medicine. This process requires medicines / therapies which are measurable, and large groups of people to be studied. (The majority of these being funded by multinational drug companies.) What if there were healing modalities which are currently non-measurable with our current technology, however caused a healing in those using them?
The work of Serge Benhayon appears to satisfy the principal medical ethics of non-maleficence and beneficence, whilst always allowing the autonomy of the individual. The teachings, which are expressed by him, never instruct or impose on those who choose to listen. A set of teachings which promote greater levels of self-care and self-love, whilst also the greater love and care of the rest of humanity can only work to assist the current state of our existence on this planet.
As science expands in its knowledge and its ability to measure the “non-physical” realms of our existence, it may be that the presentations by Serge Benhayon are accepted as being ‘self evident’. Like a lot of things which are confronting and challenging to us as humans, the opposition and reaction that his work is igniting in people may actually be the beginning of the unfolding of the truth.