Humanity’s Current Course needs to Change

by Neil Gamble

In the past four years I have come upon the teachings of Serge Benhayon and attended his retreats and workshops. I have read his substantial philosophical works and listened to his podcasts. Over that time I have adopted Serge’s suggestion to track my own feelings and have, as a result, made changes to my lifestyle that initially seemed alien and contrary to common practice but that have gradually made such sense and had a significant and positive impact on my life.

His teachings have had a profoundly positive effect on pretty well everything that I do – my work, my friendships and my relationships with my family. In my experience I can also say that these changes brought about by Serge’s teachings are brick building processes towards a much happier and healthier life in general; a never ending process of increased awareness and improved wellbeing.

I am now retired from executive roles; I have been CEO of internationally publicly listed companies for most of the past twenty years. I have been a registered member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ACA) up to my retirement from that institution this year. My role as CEO was primarily one of leadership of large teams of people.

I now look back at the corporate world with a much clearer understanding and see so many businesses driven by executives that, without the benefit of these teachings, have little understanding of well being for themselves and their related communities. There is corporate irresponsibility on a massive scale. Serge Benhayon’s teachings would profoundly change the thinking and behaviour of the corporate world that would lead to much more responsive and responsible business models.

I have come to understand that you are what you eat, you are what you think/ say and you are whatever energies you choose to let in. It is clear the energies of the business world are largely based on the wrong philosophies.

Leading the dysfunctional list of corporates is the food and beverage industry which plays a major part in conning humanity to eat and drink rubbish; hence the enormous increase in modern lifestyle illnesses.

In general the directors and officers of industry have a lot to be accounted for, often involving insidious behaviour as they reach out for profits at the expense of the well being of staff, customers, communities and themselves. There is little in business’s key performance indicators that promote healthy lifestyle choices.

It comes down to a new education system. We should train ourselves to experiment with lifestyle choices, to listen to the messages from the body and thereby to make the much needed changes. It should not be an education so heavily weighted on knowledge and sciences but rather one that also teaches people to really choose how they want to live. It is not what we do that matters – it is who we really are.

The world has been deceived by the “glamour and illusion” that needlessly drives people to strive for self recognition. Our mostly irresponsible media help to embed these inappropriate behaviours.

Serge Benhayon’s teachings expose and then answer these big questions posed here and many more. His highest level of ethics and exemplary living are certainly worth considering.

I recommend Serge Benhayon’s books and I am certain that the reader will ask, as I do “How did these works come into being? Is it possible for one man, with so many other non book writing teaching tasks, to produce these substantial works in so few years? How was this possible? Perhaps there is more at work here than men usually considers? Perhaps there is a bigger than conventional philosophical view.”

There are more books to follow the six currently published works.

I believe that humanity’s current course needs to be changed to incorporate the Universal Medicine teachings and practices. It is worth it.

145 thoughts on “Humanity’s Current Course needs to Change

  1. Thank you Neil for this powerful blog. You wrote: “We should train ourselves to experiment with lifestyle choices, to listen to the messages from the body and thereby to make the much needed changes.” That would be great as this would let us also take back the responsibility for ourselves.

  2. The teachings of Universal Medicine are not owned by anyone but rather speak the wisdom of the ages we all hold deep within our hearts. This is why everything Serge Benhayon presents just makes so much sense because it strikes a knowing cord inside us all. As such we can either choose to ignore, react or respond to such a sound. Personally for me it is the same as Neil. These teachings have formed the basis of how I now live my life. Once I was a like a helium balloon in a storm, lost without a tether in a world I felt extremely overwhelmed by. But these teachings have become the bricks and mortar of how I now live. Solid, steady and able to weather any storm without exploding in the process!

  3. One of the most valuable things I have ever learnt from Serge Benhayon and the esoteric teachings is to not value any part of our lives as either greater or lesser than another part, for they are all equal parts of a grand whole, equally grand in themselves if we bring all who we are into all that we do.

  4. Thank you Neil for sharing your experience in the corporate world, it is today rife with greed and corruption, I thought that one time where being a respectable company meant that people came first, and that a certain profit margin was deemed acceptable it seems that the greed is not just with the higher ups in the company but also from the shareholders who have bought into this greed. What a different world we would see if people were put first before profits.

  5. I agree Neil we need to listen to the messages from the body in order to make the much needed changes to our lives. Our bodies are our ‘go to’ authority on everything. When we listen to our bodies we bring a consistency and balance to our lives; a responsibility that is reflected in everything we do.

  6. The highest level of ethics and exemplary living are most definitely worth considering, as are the countless lives transformed by those who have been inspired to live by them. The media can choose to report whatever irresponsibility they wish but each person still remains as living proof of the power of what Universal Medicine presents.

  7. When we make it our focus to make money, gain reputation and build prestige we make our life about ourselves and it will be in separation to what is needed by people. Only when we focus our business endeavours on what is needed for humanity will we be truly successful on a world scale and create a business model that will work for all people on this planet and not just in the favour and to the benefit of a few.

  8. The term responsibility should not be reduced to meaning paying the bills, or what happens when you become an adult. Responsibility is us choosing energy, it’s every choice we make and how we choose to express, like you’ve said Neil, ‘…you are whatever energies you choose to let in.’

  9. When the management of any business or the corporate world places ‘profits at the expense of the wellbeing of staff, customers, communities and themselves’ it erodes the integrity of all that they do.

  10. Neil, you certainly are a man who has a authoritative voice on the matters you talk about. I agree, I am the same in the industry I work in. The way I work is much simpler and it is about working together for the benefit of all and not just a minority. This change has been due to my reawakened awareness through the teachings of Serge Benhayon.

  11. At the moment we can clearly look at the business world in general and see it is for the most part self-serving at the expense of the wellbeing of staff. The teachings of Universal Medicine aside for a moment, it is simply plain common sense to put the wellbeing of the people who make the ‘machine’ run smoothly as first and foremost on the agenda, instead of what seems to be so often the case that they, we, are seen as disposable and therefore not worth taking care of. The way this will change is by bringing the level of care that is missing to ourselves, to put ourselves first and foremost, to not accept abuse and to live with love and integrity. We should not underestimate the power our reflection has if we choose to live this way.

  12. Well said Neil and I agree the way humanity is living is just barely ticking the boxes, many have given-up on what it is to live a life with true love, vitality and joy. That’s why Serge Benhayon’s teachings are so powerful and key to thousands of people choosing to live a different way that allows for true change in all areas of your life.

  13. Humanity – and that means all of us – are offered inspiration by the presentations and teachings of Serge Benhayon and the Ageless Wisdom to bring integrity, responsibility and true love back to the world in the way we live.

  14. “I believe that humanity’s current course needs to be changed to incorporate the Universal Medicine teachings and practices. It is worth it.” I completely agree with you Neil, 100%. What a different, loving and supportive society we would have.

  15. I echo this Neil, ‘I believe that humanity’s current course needs to be changed to incorporate the Universal Medicine teachings and practices.’ The world is a mess and what we are presently doing is not working, what Universal Medicine offers I believe is the answer.

  16. To take responsibility for the way I choose to live makes absolute sense to me even though I forget sometimes! Yet this has not always been the case as I blamed anyone and everyone for everything before I came across Universal Medicine. Attending Universal Medicine confirmed that getting recognised for what I did left me feeling empty yet connecting to myself through my inner heart was a different ball game inspiring me to connect to a stillness and feeling content within my own body. The journey of discarding that which is not me to live who I truly am (love) is a journey I have chosen, a journey that doesn’t happen overnight but a journey I am truly grateful for without it there would be no purpose to my life.

  17. I used to think choosing to take better care of myself, eating well and so forth was strictly personal matter and would not have been able to see it any other way – but really, the same principle can be equally applied to communities large and small as well for there to be true change. We may see various kinds of problems in various scales in the world but they all point to the same thing – either we choose love, or not.

  18. Thank you for sharing your experience Neil. Serge Benhayon most definitely is a voice of reason is a very chaotic world. If someone reads even a page of one of Serge’s books and lives inspired by the wisdom that is shared they would completely turn their life around. If Directors of corporations considered the true consequences that their actions had on themselves (let alone all the people that are harmed by their decisions) the business world would become unrecognisable in the best possible way.

  19. Neil, what you and Serge Benhayon present makes so much sense it is just weird that we as a collective don’t listen. For example surely anyone can see that our education is not giving young people life skills. What is the point of knowing that the Battle of Hastings (as I learned at school) was in 1066 if you don’t know how to look after yourself and are unemployable as so many are?

    1. It will be interesting and for many absolutely devastating to see just how far gone we have to go before we listen to the answers that are so freely and lovingly available to us all? How many bankrupt countries, wrecked bodies and wars inside and outside the home will it take?

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