by Nina Stabey BHSci, Goonellabah, Australia
I found out recently that my name and my business have been listed on a derogatory website. Those behind this website choose to remain anonymous. Their chief objective: to ‘name and shame’ practitioners associated with the outfit of Universal Medicine. I asked myself “what have I got to be ashamed of?”
And this is what popped up…
I have nothing to be ashamed of and EVERY-THING to be proud of.
In effect these ‘gut-less’ individuals are saying that they would not have a problem with me if… I was still snorting cocaine, taking ecstasy, injecting pethidine, smoking pot daily, walking around obese, miserable, depressed and suicidal with a chronic ‘incurable’ digestive disease, in hospital every second month, on welfare, having dysfunctional relationships with family and friends… and best not forgotten, using men.
I would be more socially acceptable to ‘them’ If I had continued on this route??
But because I made the executive decision to claim my absolute knowing that my life could be lived another way… I am to be publicly shamed?
My life these days, thanks to the unwavering love and support of Serge Benhayon and the Universal Medicine practitioners over the last six years, is very very very very different.
I have ‘grown up’ and taken responsibility for myself. This clearly ruffles ‘their’ feathers.
I would like to know how ‘they’ are living. Are they relying on stimulants and downers to get through their day, are they abusing their bodies, do they have quality relationships? What qualifications do ‘they’ have to cast these accusations? And do we know who ‘they’ are? No – because ‘they’ choose to remain nameless… surely it begs the question WHY?
Whereas I am proud to stand up and offer what I do and how I can be of support to the community! What are ‘they’ contributing to the community? Hostility, abuse, slander, aggression and psychological warfare.
I have personally changed so very much, and my work too has changed. I walk my talk. I offer my clients and customers a snippet of a life that is lived with simple-ness, deep respect and love.
Am I to be shamed because I am a practitioner that works with Integrity? One that does not smoke, take drugs, eats lightly, goes to bed when tired, enjoys exercising and investing In meaning-full relationships.
Are these appropriate reasons to be publicly ’named and shamed’?
Where In the world have we gotten to if people, who choose to live drug free, not rely on coffee or alcohol, self-care, take preventative measures so to not get run down and depleted, are ridiculed, harassed and traumatised. What is going on? And why are ‘they’ getting away with it?
Now is the time to expose the ridiculous-ness of this.