by K. James (60), London, UK
When I look back at my life I can see now what I couldn’t see then: I had no love for myself, was searching for something more (but did not know what) and was directionless.
I met Serge Benhayon eight years ago and attended his first UK workshop and felt immediately who he is. What he presented was different from anything else I had ever experienced before. He was authentic, honest, clear and loving. I have been a friend and student of Universal Medicine ever since.
Through workshops and sessions with practitioners I learned about gentleness and how important it was to be gentle first with myself, before I could be gentle with others.
Later, as I felt the work deepen in me, I had to face myself and the way I lived my life. This was often confronting and a huge challenge. It took a long while before I could see myself honestly. I was not used to receiving that level of honesty and directness from practitioners. I describe this process as Love in Service. For the first time in my life I was with a group of people who accompanied me on my journey (and continue to do so) and only present me clear reflections and above all LOVE.
What was presented by Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon showed me how to take care of myself in simple and practical ways through my choices: food, drink, exercise, sleep and relationships. Today, I feel strongly that the love and support I received from Serge and the Universal Medicine team is greater than anything I felt from my biological family, and yet despite this, and as a result of the changes in me, my relationships with family members are healthy and we’re closer.
I’m now more at peace with myself than ever before, maintain a healthy (stimulant free) life style and am beginning to enjoy life.