by Elaine Butler
I have known Serge Benhayon, the Benhayon family and the Universal Medicine team for four years and a more loving, dedicated group of people you could not find. When I first met Serge I had a benign tumour which I had been recommended to have removed with surgery but had refused as I didn’t have much confidence in conventional medicine. I felt I could deal with it through alternative healing modalities or spiritual healing and so for some years I tried out various things and despite the claims that were made the tumour was still there. I was reluctantly starting to feel that maybe a conventional surgery was the way I had to go when I met Serge. Serge is very pro-medicine and it was hearing him talk in favour of conventional medicine and the discussion we had about having surgery that gave me confidence in the medical system, and led me to decide to have the operation. It is a complete nonsense for anyone to say that Serge is anti-medicine for the truth is that Serge always encourages people to get medical help when needed.
The last four years of experiencing presentations and courses, and having treatments with Universal Medicine practitioners have brought me an awareness of a much deeper level of responsibility than I was prepared to embrace before. The awareness that I am responsible for every choice I make and that ultimately how I am today is the sum total of all my choices – there is no blame. I am deepening my connection and relationship with myself and learning to trust my own feelings and discern for myself rather than looking outside myself for the answers.
Much is new to me … listening to my body, even feeling what is going on in my body is pretty new. I was so numb from all the alcohol and drugs – and I’m now learning to love and nurture myself in a different way, to not push myself beyond what my body really feels to do. I no longer need to survive on coffee and sugar, no longer abuse myself with substances, with emotionally abusive relationships or any other way. I am learning to deal with my issues and am more honest when I’m being reactive. I learn to accept and love myself how I truly am, don’t beat myself up continually for my shortfalls, but actually feel the beautiful tender woman I am.
Yes much is new, it’s all very simple, yet I am continually learning about myself and life, and with increased commitment and love for myself I am able to commit more deeply to life and love, and accept others more unconditionally … it’s a work in progress and what a beautiful work it is!!
Serge Benhayon is an inspiration for these changes. He presents what he lives and the consistency of his love and integrity is second to none. He is dedicated to helping humanity and it is truly a blessing to know him, his family and all at Universal Medicine.