by Rowena Parkes
The Truth about Universal Medicine is that it is a vehicle through which Serge Benhayon can present certain principles of the way we can live on this Earth with love and with honour, for ourselves and for others. It is entirely up to the people who come to the Universal Medicine presentations as to whether and how they incorporate this information into their lives.
I met Serge Benhayon 12 years ago, and have been attending his presentations for many years. I have seen with my own eyes how people have benefitted from choices they have made to change the way they live. The principles that Serge presents are not anything other than pure common sense when it comes right down to it.
The media ‘beat up’ that has been happening has been instigated by people who cannot, and will not, look honestly at themselves and their own lives. They are cowardly, and are hiding behind the ‘victim’ and ‘poor me’ syndrome: if they only took an honest look at themselves they would see that their situation is purely of their own making. Our situations are always of our own making.
For myself, I was not well when I first met Serge. Gradually, over the years I have changed the way I live and I can honestly say that now, at the age of 80, I feel more healthy, more joyful and more alive than I did for the whole of my life before; this is not an exaggeration. I have had a very good life, a very successful and happy life; I know that many people would say that I had no reason to feel anything other than happy with my life, and that is true. However, since I have accepted totally that I am responsible for how I am, how my body is, and how my life is, that there is nothing out there to blame if things go wrong – I am joyful in my life! Previously, when things went wrong, if I dropped something, or broke something etc, I would feel a sense of shock and look at what I had been doing and think I wasn’t being ‘good’ enough. Now, I realise that these happenings are simply there to show us that we are not perfect – that no-one is – and that we just need to pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off and get on with it.
This applies now to the media attacks on Universal Medicine: we need to look at these attacks as simply showing us that we must pull ourselves up that notch more so that we can deal with this without emotion, see it for what it is (which is an attack from people who cannot cope with the pain of who they are, and have to blame someone or something else for that pain) and simply be more loving, more sure of who we all are – as true examples of what life on Earth should be.
I know that we can all be as strong as this, and that we can become an unstoppable force for good on this Earth. As pointed out by one of our members: there is so much evil in this world that none of us can give up now. The evil can only be stopped by the power of love on Earth. Let us all be that power.
With true love,