- Why, they’re my breasts – I’m your baby… and if you let me I’ll suck them ‘til I’m 5 years old.
- No, they’re mine – I’m the soft porn in the ads and the page 3 girls in the daily paper. Those breasts can sell anything!
- No, they’re my breasts – I’m the X rated porn industry, one of the USA’s greatest exports.
Continue reading “Your Breasts… My Breasts… Just whose Breasts are those, Anyway?”
by Victoria Carter, Pottsville Beach, NSW Australia
To editor-in-chief of News Qld, David Fagan & the editor of the Courier Mail, Michael Crutcher
Re: “New age ‘medicine’ of Serge Benhayon leaves trail of broken families”
I’m sure you have by now received countless responses regarding the scale of irresponsible journalism inherent in this article, let alone the sheer fabrications. Your writers, Josh Robertson & Liam Walsh, should they have set out to do any true research in the first place, would have found that allegations such as “cult” couldn’t be further from the actual truth. Clearly this ‘piece’ has one agenda only – to fill a ‘sensationalist’ quota in your publication, and intentionally or not, to continue a smear campaign initiated against Universal Medicine (UniMed) in recent times. Continue reading “Letter to the Courier Mail: Misrepresentation of Universal Medicine and Denigration of Women”
As a four year old girl I decided I wanted to play hockey. I wanted to be like my older brother – my Dad was proud of what he could do on a sporting field so I wanted him to be proud of me in the same way. I was given my first hockey stick and taught the basics then I joined a junior minkey team. Continue reading “Universal Medicine & Esoteric Breast Massage: The Effect of Sport on one Woman’s Body”
by Donna Gianniotis, Australia
Four and a half years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I was 33 at the time. It came as a shock as I thought that I lived a healthy lifestyle. I was a yoga teacher, ate a ‘healthy diet’, exercised, meditated, and practised yoga. However, I knew from the moment of the diagnosis that this wasn’t something that happened to me. I had a feeling somewhere deep in my body that this was the result of how I had been living.
I spent the year going through conventional treatments, surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and IVF to freeze my eggs. I also searched for answers as to the underlying root cause of breast cancer.
It was a year or so later that I came to the work of Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon. I remember sitting at the first Esoteric Medicine presentation that I attended in person that was presented by Serge. I connected strongly to what was being presented in regard to the need for women to self-nurture; it wasn’t the first time that I had heard this, but it just seemed to resonate much more deeply that night, I knew it in my body to be true. It felt as though Serge was talking directly to me. Continue reading “Esoteric Breast Massage: A Wonderful Tool Alongside Conventional Medicine”
This blog has been republished here.
by Lucy Dahill
I have received many Esoteric Breast Massages (EBMs) in the last few years. At first I went because I had been educated in the benefits of breast massage from a physiological point of view, though what I came to feel was so much bigger than that. The support I have received from the EBMs, the practitioners and subsequently the Esoteric Women’s Presentations has been incredible.
When I came to feel a connection with my breasts, emotional issues that I had forgotten or thought were past and finished with started to come into my thoughts during the sessions. The practitioner kept everything very simple and supported me to understand my own body, in that the emotion I was experiencing was simply energy moving in the body. Continue reading “The Benefits of Esoteric Breast Massage”
by Victoria Lister
It’s interesting to read the words ‘cult‘ and ‘cult leader’ in relation to Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine. Until recent blog postings by a few detractors, I have not once in my 5+ year association with Serge and Universal Medicine considered myself a ‘cult member’. I have been free to come and go from events and workshops as I please, and free to make up my own mind as to whether I take what Serge presents on board or not. He has neither been the cause of any relationship breakdown (in fact, I have since re-married, and very happily so, in that time) nor separated from my family of origin, whom I love very much. Continue reading “Personal Experience Shared of Esoteric Breast Massage”
In response to receiving letters of support from Universal Medicine students, such as this one below, The EchoNet Daily have shown that journalistic integrity is still alive. They have decided to research the facts and write a more balanced article [‘It’s a Smear Campaign: Health-Group Leader’, Jul 26th, 2012, EchoNet Daily].
A response to the article on Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine:
What a missed opportunity for you, Louis and staff reporters. I feel if you had read and not just copied the other articles from previous days’ papers, but had taken the time to read all the comments and replies to them, you may have felt to write a completely different piece. Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine are all about responsibility and integrity. Is it not true that it is also the media’s responsibility to offer the same level of responsibility and integrity? I do not feel you have applied this to your reporting. Continue reading “In Response to ‘The Echo’ article”
by Sara Williams, International EBM Co-ordinator, UK
In our support of Esoteric Breast Massage as a Complementary Healing Modality we are posting this article below by Sara Williams, the International EBM Co-ordinator and Practitioner.
The Esoteric Breast Massage (EBM) is Universal Medicine’s specialised healing modality FOR WOMEN ONLY and only ever PRACTISED BY WOMEN.
From early 2000 to 2007, Serge Benhayon, Founder and Director of Universal Medicine, observed in his clinical practice an increasing and all too common state of being in women’s bodies that was far from being truly well, vital and healthy, but rather one that carried an imposed imbalance which was causing much disarray in their body both physically and emotionally. In 2007 in Australia and then 2008 in the UK, Serge Benhayon invited a small group of experienced ‘female’ esoteric healing practitioners to train in a new modality that would support women to at first recognise and feel this imbalance. The new modality was the Esoteric Breast Massage and it set out to present an opportunity for a woman to recognise that there is a natural way of honouring herself in her relationship with her body and with respect to her breasts that she can re-connect to at any time. And that any woman can re-learn to live from the honouring of this way, a ‘way’ already known within every woman. Continue reading “True Representation: The Origins, Training and Practice of the Esoteric Breast Massage”
We are including here a statement from an accredited practitioner of the Esoteric Breast Massage to help dispel the media sensationalism and outright lies that are currently circulating in the press. Women’s health is a very sensitive and delicate area and the treatment of this topic in the media is something we can’t abide. We trust you will get a more balanced view by reading the following:
“I am the Co-ordinator of the Esoteric Breast Massage for the Northern Rivers N.S.W and one of the Australian Trainers. This modality has only ever been done by women for women. All the practitioners have a very high level of integrity, responsibility and commitment with their own development, they attend ongoing monthly training and support sessions and yearly assessments. They are all fully accredited and insured. Continue reading “The Truth about Esoteric Breast Massage”