by Kehinde James, London, UK
I recently saw Professor John Dwyer interviewed online in regards to Univeral Medicine (UniMed): he made some very misinformed and inaccurate assertions. He made a grossly wrong and inaccurate statement when he suggested that individuals who make choices as a result of attending UniMed presentations have a mental illness, are vulnerable, and not able to make decisions for themselves. I have personally attended UniMed presentations (unlike Professor Dwyer), and therefore felt to share from my own experience.
– has never claimed to cure breast cancer. What it does is seek to raise awareness in women of lifestyles and practices that are self-harming and could lead to ill-health, including cancer. It offers alternatives based on self-nurturing. UniMed presents the information; it is up to each person to make choices for themselves.
– has never told anyone to starve themselves. Food is important, yes. What UniMed does is raise awareness of different types of food and has identified foods most likely to nourish, enhance vitality, and reduce bloating.
– supports any form of exercise that supports and nurtures the body, especially walking, swimming and gentle gym work.
– has always advocated that students work with mainstream medicine alongside esoteric practitioners. It values the public health role of mainstream medicine.
Esoteric Breast Massage and Esoteric Ovary Massage
I have received both treatments and can testify to the value of both.
Esoteric Breast Massage (EBM) is practised in a non-invasive, gentle manner: it is a beautiful treatment to receive. As said in a previous letter, EBM practitioners work with the utmost integrity. I have received EBM treatments for three years. Esoteric Breast Massage is not just a technique, it is much more: it helps women who have lost touch with their femaleness to re-connect to it; to re-learn how to nurture themselves as women first, and maintain health and vitality. Woman’s breasts are not just for sexual pleasure and breast-feeding, they are centres worthy of care and nurturing.
Before Esoteric Breast Massage, many women like myself avoided or hated their breasts. Women have learned through Esoteric Breast Massage to honour their breasts; to be aware of any physical changes… and should any occur, to consult a physician. One of the reasons why the Esoteric Breast Massage was introduced was because so many women in western societies are living from a ‘driven’, masculine energy, rather than the ‘stillness’ of the feminine energy; they are not expressing their essence and are neglecting their bodies and cycles to ‘make it’ in our very ‘driven’ world. Women have become dis-connected from themselves and as a result they do not nurture their bodies as a part of the amazing beings they are.
The Ovary Massage is equally powerful. The session begins with a consultation with a practitioner, followed by the massage with Esoteric Healing, conversation and feedback from the practitioner. Women learn to feel what is happening in their bodies, to deepen this connection and to release blockages. It is much easier for women to listen to their bodies when they are free of substances and stimulants. Many women have chosen to live a substance and stimulant free life, and to nurture their bodies instead.
During the interview Professor Dwyer was asked the question, “Is there something the GPs are missing?” A good question – and there is another one we could all seek to answer: “Why are so many people choosing Universal Medicine?”