by Jenny James, Director and Program Coordinator, Sounds Wonderful Pty Ltd, Australia
Having worked in the field of expression and communication for over 10 years I have learnt that it is essential to know ourselves first before we impart information to another. In fact if we just regurgitate information rather than experience, it all comes over as blah, blah, blah, as my 11 year old son would say. Kids have an inbuilt barometer for these things. It is our experience that inspires another. I have found there is no point in telling anyone else what to do, it must be a choice that comes from them – otherwise it doesn’t work.
There are many modalities available that provide ’band aid’ solutions and the right ‘key’ words to say, but in all the hype that is out there I actually came across one that made sense, did not offer solutions – but encouraged self-reflection and honest self appraisal. I cannot ignore, but only celebrate, how the simple, practical information and support offered by Universal Medicine has made such an enormous difference in my personal life, family life and work.
I had never expressed how I really wanted my life to run. I actually liked going to bed early and had always forced myself to stay up to get some ‘adult time’.
As a child dairy had always made me feel sick, but I learned to ‘override ‘that.
When I had a drink with alcohol in it I would get a pain-like shock in my upper chest as it entered my system. Once again, I learned to override this in the name of being social.
I was always moving ahead of myself to get things done. Was I conforming to the perceived expectations of others? Was the life I was living really mine, or was I just following social rules to fit in?
In a healing session with Serge Benhayon I was invited to listen to my body – yes, find my own way. My body knew already how it wanted to live and it was painfully obvious that I had consistently ignored it. It occurred to me, “is this not the quickest way to illness and disease?” It became clear to me that I had a choice and what a wonderful one it was! I could start to live in a way that felt right to me.
Having a sensitive radar, I do not like being told what to do, so how refreshing it was to meet someone who did not do that, but just presented and purely supported me in making healthy, loving choices in my life.
I love the fact that I now make considered choices with what I want to eat.
I love the fact that I go to sleep when I want to.
I love the fact that I no longer feel the pressure to drink alcohol.
I love the way I am learning to be gentle with myself and know my own pace.
I love the way that my body feels, and the growing vitality and expression that I have as a woman, business partner, wife and a mother.
I love the fact that this new level of self responsibility, self reflection and honesty brings a new level of understanding within myself and allows me to question, “How am I living my life – is this really how I want my body to feel?”
Self-care is paramount to our health and wellbeing.
We have the right, in fact it is absolutely necessary to be able to truly express ourselves in full and to have the freedom to live in that fullness. That is how we create a truly loving, wonderful world with others.
So what is all the fuss about?
The untruths posted repeatedly by the obviously misinformed media do not change what I know to be true, or my experience. I wonder what is happening in the world when the character of someone with such absolute integrity can be challenged with such lies, by so few?
It certainly has made Universal Medicine more widely known. I trust that now more people will see through the media blow-out and have the chance to experience Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine for themselves. It really is just common sense.