Universal Medicine – a Business of Excellence Facing Extreme Cyber-Abuse

Universal Medicine has been awarded People’s Choice at the Lismore Business Excellence Award for the second time!

This is an outstanding nomination that is in line with the excellent service offered to the people voting for it.

Nevertheless, Universal Medicine is facing extreme forms of cyberbullying, false accusations of all kind of human atrocities and has been labelled as a cult, despite this accusation being clearly refuted.

All done by a handful of people who have chosen to attack the people who enjoy Universal Medicine’s services, as well as attack Universal Medicine’s founder Serge Benhayon and his entire family; these people go to extreme lengths online to attempt to bring the business down.

Serge Benhayon | Founder of Universal Medicine
Serge Benhayon | Founder of Universal Medicine

This cyber abuse has its impact on many people who feel unsure and scared by the imposing lies spread about this truly excellent business. And this is the intention from those cyber-abusers – to scare people away from a business that is offering a way to true health and wellbeing by falsely labelling it as a dangerous cult.

Today, anything that is out of line with mainstream ‘normal’ life has to face sceptics and critique before it even has been tried out or before someone even knows what it is about. Anything that challenges the dominant life ideology is seen as a threat to the status quo of a ‘normal’ comfortable life and there will always be people who fight anything that offers true change.

When I came across Universal Medicine I was not looking for a solution or to better my life, on the contrary I was sceptical of anything that I associated with self-help groups, any spiritual endeavour or alternative group therapies.

I did not look for anything and thought my life to be great. I wasn’t reading self-help books, attending workshops with worldwide known experts on personal development, etc. I lived an above average life with lots of traveling, party, social life, had a well functioning relationship and a job I loved. And I loved myself, had no body issues, ate healthy and did the occasional yoga class to strengthen my body and improve my vitality.

When I listened to Serge Benhayon what he said rang true and I opened up to the possibility that what I was living was not it. I got to question ‘normal’ and that was quite interesting and far more inspiring than to go on with the normalised life programming of numbing myself to avoid truly feeling what was actually going on.

Serge Benhayon opened my eyes and I started to look at how I was living and I realised that even though I had thought my life was great, when I looked below the surface I saw that I was extremely exhausted, I drank far too much alcohol and coffee to get through the day, recreational drugs had a huge impact on my general wellbeing, my relationship was dysfunctional and the connection with my body was measured by how I lived.

What I learned from what Serge Benhayon presented was to connect to myself and live life from my own inner connection; I realised how much I was determined by the outer and not actually living myself.

I also realised how secluded I was, living in my lifestyle bubble only surrounded by people of a certain kind and interest and how judgmental I was towards other ways of living. Everything was labelled in my life and the only freedom I seemed to have was in choosing the labels that suited me.

The truth delivered by Serge Benhayon did not put me on a trail to better myself, but to simply connect to myself and with this, life was just in front of me, ready to be lived. It was all about my choices and how I lived, there was no recipe of how everybody has to be and live. There was no label, no one better or worse.

I am blown away by the outstanding service, consistency and integrity that Universal Medicine offers. Any practitioner session, workshop, course, book and even the esoteric yoga and gentle breath meditation are not about offering a relief from life and/or re-gathering to be ready to face life with a new solution of how to better function, but it is always about connecting with oneself and being fully in the world on a day to day basis.

But what struck me most was that what Serge Benhayon presents through Universal Medicine does not allow any space for creating a secluded, exclusive and special group of people – there are no power relations going on.

Universal Medicine has a clear policy on equality that is not seen in this world. Equality is core to this business and it is lived in every detail.

Rachel Andras
Rachel Andras

As a gender expert working on organisational change processes and knowing the dynamics of many organisations and institutions, I have never ever come across such a harmonious structure where everybody is respected and honoured in their own way without the emergence of any conflict played out in internal or external relationships. The deep understanding for people and the responsibility everybody assumes is outstanding and it is not an applied technique, but something lived.

There is no conflict of interest, because the only interest is to support, love and care and as this starts with self-love and self-care nobody is left out, everybody is equally part of the whole. This is a business model that represents a future we all should aspire to.

Serge Benhayon inspires people to discern. To discern is something rarely done in today’s world. Discerning means ‘to recognise or perceive clearly’. What Serge Benhayon presents is that the world is about energy and that we always have to discern the energy we are aligning to. This is empowering people to take responsibility of their own lives and to live discerningly regarding anything presented to them. Discernment, and specifically discerning energy, is crucial and should be learned from a young age.

There isn’t any other religion, philosopher or scientist who empowers you to discern, they all want you to believe in what they say without question and to blindly follow – Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine on the other hand, impart the opposite, so it begs to question how anyone could call this a cult!

By Rachel Andras

Related Reading:
~ Universal Medicine
~ Universal Medicine wins the People’s Choice at the Lismore Business Excellence Awards for the Second Year in a Row
~ Congratulations Universal Medicine – Well Deserved Acknowledgment For a Stellar Business

544 thoughts on “Universal Medicine – a Business of Excellence Facing Extreme Cyber-Abuse

  1. ‘I also realised how secluded I was, living in my lifestyle bubble only surrounded by people of a certain kind and interest and how judgmental I was towards other ways of living. Everything was labelled in my life and the only freedom I seemed to have was in choosing the labels that suited me.’ – This struck me as a pretty key point. The fact is that we can build up a wall of set ways of living and we think we are free to choose but we have in fact created such high barriers of judgement. Serge Benhayon has shown me time and time again that everyone is the same and is only our choices that make us different and that is pretty amazing to consider.

  2. “Discernment, and specifically discerning energy, is crucial and should be learned from a young age.” – Very important point you raise here Rachel and no-one has supported me to discern more than Serge Benhayon!

  3. The business model of Universal Medicine is remarkable and should be being studied instead of being attacked. It is interesting that the impact of Universal Medicine is global and runs into the many thousands, yet those who choose to attack Universal Medicine are very few and weight is given to these few in the media.

  4. Those attacking Universal Medicine have and portray a false image of the people who choose to affiliate with them; have and portray a false image of the reasons why people choose to go deeper with Universal Medicine and, have and portray a false image of what Universal Medicine offers. Their business is about images; Universal Medicine is about truth.

  5. My experience of this incredible business was very much what has been noted in this blog. There was no push to be a better person or to change who I was. Instead Serge Benhayon poses the questions that asks us to delve deeper into what we know is our true expression that for everyone is different yet brings out the qualities of love, commitment to humanity and true purpose in one life.

  6. I second all that you have mentioned here Rachel. It’s intriguing to know why anyone would consider the work of Universal Medicine to be a cult. You’ve explained it’s purpose very simply, and there really isn’t anything more to it. I speak from my own experience with this organisation that has from day 1 felt more truthful and integrity based than any other business I have been in contact with.

  7. Universal Medicine has led me to explore a way of living connected to my body and soul. I also now have the awareness of what it feels like, and the consequences when I am not living this way. Without this guidance, I am sure I would not have found my way out of the beliefs and ideals that owned my thoughts, which I previously accepted as the norm as this was how everyone else seemed to be living. So to be a person who is actively trying to stop people from having access to this way of living and the healing we can offer ourselves through body/soul connection, is a big choice against our soul and brotherhood.

  8. There is something so wrong with the law that people can bully and slander freely on the internet and we call it “freedom of speech”. Universal Medicine is the real deal, they have supported my health and wellbeing in so many ways which has meant I can now work again and contribute back to society. Every part of my life has significantly changed for the better thanks to what Serge Benhayon offers – that is something extraordinary in itself. Despite the cyber bully and lies in the media there are 1000’s of articles and blogs communicating the truth about Universal Medicine – this allows people to discern for themselves what the truth is.

  9. Having Universal Medicine win such an award is an amazing step into the future of business,…allowing people to wonder why and then look to find the qualities and rarities in business you have touched on that are nearly impossible to find being truly practiced elsewhere in full. They offer a great reflection to others of what is possible when the founding principles are of self-care, love and equality are lived …and indeed embrace a business model that should be aspired to by all.

  10. “Serge Benhayon inspires people to discern” – yes he sure does. While we are so used to blindly following whatever has been standing long enough to be regarded as ‘normal’, the very basis of what Serge Benhayon offers is true self-empowerment – to be able to claim what is true for ourselves. And I can see how that might be seen as threatening for some, as it has a huge potential to expose any agenda under disguise or a veneer surface.

  11. What Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine offer is the new normal of the future. We’ll all need it when our health systems collapse and nothing else works anymore.

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