by Klaus, Germany
When I first met Serge Benhayon a few years ago in Cologne, Germany he gave a presentation about the root causes of illness and disease – but he did not present himself as a ‘big healer’ or ‘redeemer’ taking away all sins and burdens. He just gave us some tools and instruments so we could feel the truth and become more aware of ourselves, and thus find solutions on our own.
As a lawyer I was quite reserved and critical, looking out for irrational points or untrue pretensions to pick him up on. But I had to admit that he expressed only the simple truth, and the conclusion that improving life is mostly about one’s own choices.
I’ve listened carefully to Serge and he has never claimed to bring about a better life, just a better understanding of how things are, enabling everybody to work on themselves.
It might have disappointed some people that there is no quick-fix, and no real escape from dealing with our own issues. However, those who promise instant healing and want people to surrender responsibility for their own lives are just looking for followers and power over people.
I have never, ever experienced any kind of ‘brainwashing’ with Universal Medicine – only the strong wish to stick to the truth at a highly ethical level.
I can only encourage people to judge for themselves. Australians are blessed to have Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine so close by – you have easy access so you can form your own picture.