by Sarah Davis, BBSc (Hons), Goonellabah Australia
Serge indicated in a recent email to students that “we need more love in our lives … we need to be more self-loving … we need to care deeply and that society is lacking of nurturing”. Myself and thousands of individuals worldwide have felt these needs to be true of humanity as a whole and found them to be addressed by the ‘core purpose’ of the teachings of the Ancient Wisdom as presented through the college of Universal Medicine. That ‘core purpose’ being to support people to build love in their lives and to LIVE this love on a daily basis through simple and consistent choices – Yes this LIVINGNESS is possible!
Recent media activity clearly indicates that journalists and critics did not seek and failed to understand this ‘core purpose’, conveniently misinterpreting and deliberately mis-representing Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine.
When a particular end result is sought (in this case to engage in a smear campaign against Serge Benhayon), observation tends to be poor, things are missed and incorrect conclusions are drawn. I found the articles recently written about Universal Medicine to be sensationalized, ill-informed and biased. Good research, reporting and science is based on observation and a sincere intention to understand what one is researching, not to speculate. It seems that the intended outcome of the journalists and small group of critics was to condemn and exploit Universal Medicine rather than seek to truly explore and observe the associated practice and teachings.
Perhaps true attempts to raise our levels of health and well-being as individuals, society and the planet as a whole no longer makes the papers. Focusing on Serge’s comments on reincarnation were isolated for dramatic effect – with no effort to explore in what context they were presented in. Good journalism always seeks to understand the whole, whereas cheap journalism is opportunistic and deliberately misleads by using information out of context for ‘dramatic effect’. From the ‘far out’ (universal laws) to the very specific (emotional causes of illnesses), everything that is offered in healing courses, presentations and session is in the context of serving and supporting humanity to be honest about the way we are living and to bring more love into our lives – from a spherical understanding. So it has always been about feeling the whole lot and discerning from that. Like Serge said in one article, “What I present is part of a whole and if you take one piece outside the whole it sounds absurd. I agree, it sounds ludicrous.”
In a mature society of course we expect professional practice, integrity and responsibility from others/organisations in positions of care. I have not come across another organisation/group/movement/religion that comes close to the professionalism, integrity, respect, care and love that I have experienced in attending the healing sessions and presentations delivered by Serge and practitioners represented by Universal Medicine.
Personally, in my experience with Universal Medicine as a student of 3 years, I have come to know in-truth that we are love, we are from love and here to be love – and everyone has the free will to choose to live from love, or not. Such is our gift from God.
Surely this makes for a good story or at least a true attempt at one?