by Jane Keep, MSc, Mphil, FCIPD, MIC Cmgr FCMI, UK
Dear SMH/David Leser
I read your piece titled ‘The Da Vinci mode‘. I’m writing as I don’t feel that what was written has in any way presented the truth of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine, but has presented a biased account weighed heavily by anonymous quotes.
Why not run a second part to this article, where you interview the many 1000’s of students about their own life changing experiences?
I work in the National Health Service in the UK, I am pro-medicine, completing a Phd study, and work with two universities. I understand the need for freedom of expression, and for investigatory journalism, also for investigating and exploring things that may not make sense to some. What baffles me in this article is how journalist David Leser did seem to go to explore, but that there was a ‘funnel’ or ‘tag’ that was already biasing this piece – to make a mockery of Serge Benhayon, and all of those of us (thousands across the world) who attend Serge Benhayon’s presentations.
In the 8 years I have known Serge Benhayon and his family, I have never felt even the faintest whiff of a lack of integrity. I have found in Serge Benhayon the highest level of ethics and code of conduct that I have ever found in any profession, and more to the point my experience has been life changing. Not because Serge or any of his family/Universal Medicine have ever imposed on me anything that I needed to change, or said anything critical about me, but because I have felt from the way they live, a deeply caring, tender, and consistent way of life, and that by taking responsibility for every choice in my own life, I too could live in a way that was more harmonious to my body.
Now at 50 I am the healthiest, most vital, and happiest I have ever been in my whole life. You can also read the many true stories on the blogs http://truthaboutuniversalmedicine.com.