by Carmin Hall, Brisbane
I have been hesitant to share on this blog site after reading so many amazing testimonies from people from all walks of life who have been introduced to Universal Medicine (UniMed) and Serge Benhayon and are feeling healthier and more vitalised as a result. I started seeing a UniMed practitioner and was introduced to UniMed 3 years ago. I have never felt worse when I stopped ignoring what I was actually feeling in my body.
I kept telling myself that as soon as I felt better and more energised, I would share too. I now feel ready to share that it has been an amazing journey connecting back to me, whether I get to the point of ‘healthier and more vitalised than ever’ or not. Continue reading “Severe Shoulder Pain – A True Blessing”
by Carmel Reid, Somerset, UK
I recently went to a gathering in London for people with Prosopagnosia – face-blindness. It is something that is estimated to affect around 2% of the UK population.
These are people who can’t remember faces – not names, but faces. Some can’t recognise their own family – children, husband, and friends – in some cases even themselves in a mirror. It was awesome hearing their stories and many of them echoed my own.
I have always had trouble recognising faces; I can remember hair, glasses, beards, clothes, accessories, and movement, but not the main features of the face.
Unfortunately, people change their clothes and can cut or colour their hair, and then I don’t recognise them. In my previous work as a corporate trainer I could spend a whole day teaching a group, but as soon as they got up and moved around to get a cup of coffee, I would forget who they were, even if they just put their jacket on! Continue reading “Who are the People behind these Beautiful Faces?”
As we get older, there seems to be a common way of thinking – that we will deteriorate.
I remember the stage in our lives when my husband found himself standing at the village community centre bar discussing his ailments with a neighbour and comparing what tablets they were on. They were like the two old men in the Muppets.
Why do our bodies get sicker as we get older? Why do we assume it’s normal? Continue reading “As I Get Older I Get ‘Weller’, Not Sicker”
by Doug Valentine, Peebles, Scotland
In my 30s and 40s I was highly focussed on building from start-ups a few interconnected businesses, and I put work before family most of the time. I had this belief that I should set an example by being among the first to arrive and one of the last to leave every day, and I put this belief higher than getting home to spend time with the family. I fuelled myself to do this with eight cups of tea or coffee a day, and then a bottle of wine every night to help me unwind. Without realising it, I had bit by bit over many years, given up on myself and developed patterns of numbing myself so I did not have to be aware of this fact. To the exclusion of everything else, I dedicated myself to providing enough material wealth that my family would never be poor. Reflecting back on this period now, I can see that there was an unremitting joylessness in every part of my life. Continue reading “Recovery From Early Stage Dementia”
by Dragana Brown, London, UK
In 1991 I went to the Dominican Republic to a wedding. I was 28. Whilst I was there I suddenly started getting spots on my face, particularly around the cheek area. Prior to that my face used to be absolutely crystal clear. Even throughout my teen years I never suffered from acne, and many people, women in particular, used to ask ‘what my secret was’. There was none.
At first I thought this was just some ‘strange’ phase I was going through, perhaps too much Caribbean sunshine, and that soon it would all be back to normal. I was wrong. Over the next few years it got much, much worse, and I ended up with very large and very prominent patches of redness on my face, mixed with spots. It left me feeling devastated and at times livid that it was happening to me – which didn’t help my already red face. Continue reading “Acne Rosacea: My Face could tell a Story”
by Rachel Murtagh, Somerset, UK
Universal Medicine’s ethics, integrity and teachings are very much needed in society today. This can be clearly seen by looking at the shocking statistics on illness and disease trends. The World Cancer Research Fund states that, “There are an estimated 12.7 million new cancer cases around the world every year, with this number expected to increase to 26 million by 2030”.
How many of the children in my classroom will remain unaffected by serious illness in their lifetime? Continue reading “Illness and Disease: Society’s Need for the Teachings and Presentations of Universal Medicine”
by LM, Canada
Over four years ago a great friend introduced me to Serge Benhayon and his audio presentations. After listening to many of them I made the choice to go to a workshop and meet this person for myself. The truths he spoke of felt to me to be absolute.
My life has changed in many wonderful ways since – in that I have made the choice to be totally aware of what I put in my mouth so I know what bloats me, what causes me to feel very heavy, and what makes me very tired – therefore, I am taking much better care of my body and being responsible for me and my feelings. Continue reading “Serge Benhayon: ‘The Truths he Spoke of Felt to me Absolute’”
by E.A., Dusseldorf, Germany
A good friend of mine gave me an Esoteric Healing session and it felt so wonderful in my body that I wanted to learn the techniques. So I went to England and did some healing courses with Universal Medicine. I was quite astonished because I could feel that my body was not as racy anymore (all the time), and that I could really heal my body.
Because of my way of living my body was at that point about to develop chronic asthma – up to 4 times a year I usually got sinusitis followed by bronchitis or the other way around. I was always craving sweet things, too – most of my food intake consisted of sugar. I was so racy that sitting down and resting was not easy for me.
When I got back home from the healing courses I changed my way of living. I started to cook gluten-free, dairy-free and nearly sugar-free for my husband and me – he loved it because I had never cooked before. I stopped eating cakes, cookies and chocolate – that was so surprising for my colleagues at work. Continue reading “Open to Change… No Asthma, No Sinusitis & No Bronchitis”
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”
I understand that certain allegations have been made about Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine (UniMed), in particular claiming that Serge and the practitioners associated with Universal Medicine are in opposition or competition with conventional medical practitioners. This completely contradicts my experience as a cancer patient over the past year since my diagnosis in early June 2011 and in my association with Serge and Universal Medicine since early August 2011. During this past year I have had continuous treatment medically and also since early August, weekly sessions with Serge or other Universal Medicine practitioners. I am grateful to both my conventional and complementary practitioners for the caring support that I have received.
Continue reading “I’ve just been Diagnosed with Breast Cancer”