Everyone is equal and we are all from the same source! Such facts give us a platform to live in harmony, free of conflict, hate and loss, and yet we don’t, so what is the next step for a humanity out of sorts and out of love?
Many of us get a feeling of unease from the news we get fed and while it is often easy to pinpoint events that leave us sad and despairing, the challenge occurs in how to respond in a positive way to the stream of media that highlight global events showcasing suffering and loss, or politicians and industry leaders acting without integrity and telling barefaced lies that satisfy only their hidden agendas.
We’re getting seemingly more connected (through Facebook, Twitter and other web communications) and this can aid our ability to see the ill behaviour of this world – provided we discern what is fake news, spin and counter spin – but seeing this horror and deceit can leave us feeling helpless and deflated about humanity and the human condition.
How should we respond?
To view the conflict in Syria and to try and unravel what is going on could be considered dumbfounding and confusing. Who is to blame for the mass of terror that is leaving thousands dead, displaced or cruelly afflicted, and how are we to respond to this atrocity in a true way that will stop the relentless momentum of harm on our fellow brothers?
What about the unstoppable force for destruction that is the timber, oil and mining companies polluting and destroying areas of beauty across our world… seemingly aided and abetted by Governments complicit in the corruption. How do we create balance in life and fairness in society when one percent of the world’s population owns more wealth than the other 99? (1)
The list could go on and it doesn’t even touch upon human trafficking, child, domestic and animal abuse, the behemoth that is the world wide web and the mass of suicide-wreaking havoc that is cyber abuse: typewritten across the globe into each and every connected home.
Indeed, it is only scratching the surface of the ugliness we have on planet earth that for a long time has been accepted as our normal. So how then do we respond positively when we see this world and are starkly aware of the state of inequality we currently have? And how do we respond in a purposeful and non-emotive way to corruption, greed, bullying, self-interest and afflicted misery?
The Way Forth since 1999
Personally, the answer to this since 2012 has been to refer to the teachings of the Ageless Wisdom, a philosophical, religious science taught through Universal Medicine and its founder Serge Benhayon since 1999. It is important to stress that this reference is not a form of compliance but an understanding that what is shared is a vast and deeply layered understanding of what makes up human life, represented with the authority of a man who lives with complete understanding of and love for all who walk this earth. Walking the talk has never been more transparently abundant!
There should be no worshipping of Serge Benhayon, but it certainly pays off to have a listen in to the wisdom he is sharing.
Through these teachings I have come to fully appreciate that the answer to our ills can only come from within each of us and that a little of our enormous love travels a long, expansive distance, rippling unseen, but most definitely felt, into corners of the globe beyond our limited three dimensional capacity. It has been greatly supportive to unravel the fact that life is filled with such facts as energetic integrity and energetic responsibility, and while this unfolds as a very personal process, it is indeed true that how we live affects the all we are part of.
So I can look helplessly at the countless hurtful events that litter the world map, but when I refer back to the teachings of Esoteric Medicine, it all becomes clear. It is from within – how I live, how I move and how I treat everyone that changes our planet. Coupling that with a voicing of what feels wrong, questions sourced from my own trust in knowing what is true: these are the ripples we need to start to arrest our lost way.
From the words of Serge Benhayon comes the answer: life may be showing illness right now, but “Life itself is Medicine.” It is very much our medicine to take and administer, and it really is only a question of what type and what dose we wish to inject into our lives.
By Stephen Gammack, Health Promotion Officer
- Elliott, L. (2017). Richest 62 people as wealthy as half of world’s population, says Oxfam. [online] the Guardian. Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/jan/18/richest-62-billionaires-wealthy-half-world-population-combined [Accessed 3 Sep. 2017].