by Belinda Jane, QLD, Australia
It exposes how out of touch the newspapers are when you read these articles about Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine. The information presented in the Northern Star, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Echo and Brisbane Times is almost the exact opposite to what Serge Benhayon presents. Interestingly, the authors of these articles would only need to attend one Universal Medicine presentation to affirm this for themselves. It is not surprising that so many Universal Medicine students have spoken up to clarify the blatant lies that were printed.
I met Serge about 4 years ago and instantly knew he represented True Love. I could feel it, hear it in his words and observe it in how he was with people. I had been involved in the spiritual new age and kinesiology but Serge had an integrity that I hadn’t previously experienced with those colleagues.
I work with clients everyday as a practitioner trained by Universal Medicine. Every client that has spoken about the newspaper articles or the internet sites have easily identified for themselves that the group of ‘detractors’ or ‘critics’ are clearly bitter about their own personal issues and avoiding any responsibility for their part in their lives. That would have been just as obvious for the journalists to observe.
As far as I understood a ‘cult’ brainwashes people to think and live in a certain way. Serge Benhayon’s presentations allow you to think for yourself… in fact he insists you make decisions for yourself. The different way each and every person lives, that attends his presentations, is testament to that. Some participants drink alcohol, some don’t, some eat gluten and dairy, some don’t, some only listen to UniMed music and some listen to whatever they want. These choices are left up to the individual. Serge often repeats that life is about discerning for yourself how something you choose to do, follow or eat/drink feels in your body.
The code of ethics that we operate with as practitioners of Universal Medicine modalities are of the highest integrity. Universal Medicine does not compromise their principle. Everything we do is about a loving dedication to ourselves as a woman/man and the human being in front of us as a client. In this instance we choose to avoid alcohol, drugs, certain foods, late nights and destructive relationships as these things affect how we feel about ourselves and how well we operate the next day with people. Simple! Anyone that considers their health and well-being in a genuine way makes changes in their daily life to reflect this. Serge Benhayon speaks often about the great respect he has for medicine and the fact that as a society we wouldn’t cope without the great service our doctors and nurses provide.
In UniMed’s practitioner training, Serge presents clearly that it is not our role to cure, as the medical profession do a wonderful job of that, but to support the medical treatment a person may be receiving by helping them heal and understand how their choices contributed to their illness. I personally spoke with Serge about having surgery and he was very supportive. Before attending a course we fill in forms provided by the UniMed office to record any vital information that may be needed if for some reason we need medical attention. I am not writing to clear the name of Universal Medicine or defend Serge Benhayon as they have no need for that. I write because I have personally experienced amazing growth and awareness and a deeper love for myself and humanity since being involved with Universal Medicine. I have seen many people blossom in the same way. Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine consistently deliver us the truth without compromising because sometimes we find ‘the truth’ difficult to hear.
These newspaper articles and internet sites are not providing simple basic facts with any accuracy, let alone truth when they present their point of view. As UniMed students we now have an opportunity to speak up and write down how our lives have changed as a result of making more loving choices. There will be a lot of people out there, like us, who can really benefit from our words on the ‘Livingness’, and who can read though the lines of the media and be open to the dedicated work that Serge has offered humanity. Hopefully a whole lot of good comes of this experience.