An Amazing Journey with Honesty and Expression

by Michelle Borg, Mackay, Australia

I have been a student of Universal Medicine for a few years now. I had read parts of Serge Benhayon’s books and listened to his audios but for me it was after meeting Serge in person and being at this year’s Universal Medicine Retreat that something deep within me awakened. I felt complete harmony.

My life has changed for the better by choosing to be responsible. What was presented at the Retreat by Serge and the Universal Medicine team allowed me to truly feel how I was living and conducting myself from thoughts rather than expressing the truth and being honest with how I feel. Choosing to be completely honest with myself and honouring how I feel has opened up a way of living which I had never truly experienced before. I thought I was living the ‘good life’ but in fact was disillusioned.

For me it is simple; I chose to listen to what was being presented, which was so beautiful, and felt what had purpose for me. I now choose to live as loving, respectful and honest with myself as I possibly can. It has been an amazing journey!

Thank you Serge Benhayon and the Universal Medicine team for your constant love and support.

182 thoughts on “An Amazing Journey with Honesty and Expression

  1. No matter what and in the face of such adversity Serge Benhayon and the Universal Medicine team is there to show the world constant love and support. It is then up to all of us as individuals whether we choose this for ourselves or not. History repeating itself all over again. My question is, how many World Teachers will it take to live among us before we get the message that there is only one way and that is to love ourselves and each other as we are all inter-connected to each other.

    1. The consistency and the commitment to Love is completely unwavering. There comes a point where that needs to be paid attention to because the world is a pretty ugly and lost place without Love, Kindness, Tenderness, Respect and Honesty.

  2. Being in Serge Benhayon’s presence dissolves any picture about him. Feeling the truth of whom he is and what he brings, is really transformative..

  3. A beautiful recipe for all of us: Choosing to be completely honest with yourself and honouring how you feel. The world would be a different place if all of us would apply this.

  4. My movements also seem to be having an effect on what I hear. For example, I can listen to the same audio and hear different things each time. I thought it was my imagination and that Serge was delivering different information, but when I listen to a recording I hear it different ways depending on how I feel in my body! Again, well worth the experiment because it makes me far more responsible for the way I live my life.

  5. I love that simplicity. You choose to listen, you actually again choose to hear and then work out what you want to bring into your life. I am certain that by working this way I have figured out that the ‘choice’ I think I have is offered from a selection that is determined by the way I have lived to that point and how much of a vested interest I have in maintaining that way of living. When I move more at ease in my body, my supposed choices and what I hear change. This is still an experiment, but there is no question for me so far, that the way I move has an effect on my perception of the choices I believe are available to me.

  6. So simple yet so gorgeous. What I got from reading your blog, which I haven’t felt as clearly up to now, is that honesty brings it back to the body. We cannot be in the head/mind with honesty!

  7. When we are honest, the bag of lies drenched on our shoulders lifts off. As it lifts off we can walk with a spring in our step, enjoy the life we are living and have a completely different perception of the world.

  8. “For me it is simple; I chose to listen to what was being presented, which was so beautiful, and felt what had purpose for me.” When truth is presented it resonates with every particle of the body, listening to Serge present is so easy because he offers us the truth which sits so easily with the body. The only time there may be tension is when we resist what we know and have felt to be true.

  9. Being honest with ourselves is amazingly healing and life changing, because those blinkers come off, we see more clearly and from this clarity, more able to make more loving choices – which the body appreciates.

  10. I feel this is the same for many of us, in that we think or feel we are doing ‘okay’ but are we truly willing to be COMPLETELY honest with ourselves to see what needs to be exposed, changed and healed within us .. this goes with behaviours/habits (even the really subtle ones we choose to ignore), beliefs, ideals, thoughts, reactions. The truly beautiful thing about Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine is they do lovingly expose this and they can, because they live what they present ‘the Retreat by Serge and the Universal Medicine team allowed me to truly feel how I was living and conducting myself from thoughts rather than expressing the truth and being honest with how I feel.’ and do this because they genuinely care and want to see people being and living all that they are.

  11. Yes, thank you. The consistency we are met with through every interaction shows me this is something that meets the test of time. I know what I feel and it is full of love, deep care for humanity and has a foundation of self-responsibility through self-care, honesty and consistency. What an opportunity to see our purpose on this planet for something greater than self and self indulgence.

    1. The Living-ness of The Students of The Livingness is a great reflection of how we can all be on that same page. And share by simple reflection and by how we move that we can all be free of life’s addictions that have capped our essences.

  12. Ultimately, we are always responsible for our lives. So, if we are, what does choosing to be responsible means? It means, becoming aware that what happens to us is our responsibility; that we can take our lives into the next level if we so decide and act in a way to support this and, that since we all belong together we have a role to play to help others to bring their lives into the next level as well.

  13. I agree Michelle, I find the presentations from Serge Benhayon and the Universal Medicine team make absolute sense and are simple to understand. When we learn to start expressing honestly about how we are feeling in our body, it opens up our awareness to be able to reconnect back to our true nature and expression.

  14. An Amazing Journey with Honesty and Expression T.A.U.M.
    “I thought I was living the ‘good life’ but in fact was disillusioned.” – We can all fall for the subjective interpretation of what ‘good’ is in our lives and end up settling for way less than we are designed to be. But Universal Medicine has provided a perspective for humanity that shows that we all have a depth of love, harmony, joy and stillness that is limitless to tap into when we are open and honest as Michelle describes in this blog.

    1. It is like being “right” inevitably it leads to there being a wrong, and this is the same when we thinketh without the usual feeling from our body then “reactions” are likely to ensue, but a Loving response with all our body feels True.

  15. ‘My life has changed for the better by choosing to be responsible.’ Yes, this is probably the most life-changing choice we can have..

  16. Choosing responsibility, being as loving as we can to ourselves definitely changes the way that we live, and at the same time offers an opportunity to others too.

  17. “Choosing to be completely honest with myself and honouring how I feel” – this is an amazing journey of constant unfolding, very different from trying to make things work according to a picture of ideals.

  18. When we choose to live in a way that is loving, respectful and honest with ourselves it has a ripple effect on not only the rest of our daily life but for everyone else around us.

  19. When we feel harmony in our body, we realise there is so much more to us than how we have been living. The more we are honest with ourselves the more we are willing to take responsibility and be more gentle and caring. Our body knows love and responds the more we are willing to support ourselves.

    1. You have hit on a key component there – honesty. We can have ‘versions’ of the truth which don’t challenge the comfort we live in, yet with the ‘versions’ the tension persists. When we are honest with ourselves we find an ease in our bodies and a clarity about what our next steps are.

  20. Life is so different when lived from the awareness that what we do matters – every detail is precious, never boring or tedious but a discovery and expansion way beyond any concept of what it used to mean to ‘live a good life’.

  21. Simple and so real Michelle. Meeting Serge Benhayon has changed my life forever, from one of anxiety, constant nervous energy, overwhelm, comparison, self abuse etc. to one that I love nothing more then to keep unraveling what is not true and love in my life and living more of who I am, who we all are without perfection.

  22. It’s funny how we can avoid being responsible for our lives – I know I avoided it for many years and of course my life ended up quite complicated and I felt drained as a result. Learning to be more responsible isn’t as scary as I thought, in fact it was life changing for me as well, and as I committed to my life and taken more responsibility, it is beautiful to feel the rewards that come with this choice such as greater energy levels, more power, simplicity and of course more love.

  23. Every time I replay any of Serge Benhayon’s audio I always hear a new message and it’s always appropriate for where I am in my life. There is a depth of honesty that has never before been presented to me that enables me to be me – love it.

  24. The ‘good life’ is more often than not a kind of bubble existence that relies heavily on all sorts of numbing devices, from gaming to sports, from drinking to the ongoing use of over-the-counter medicine, from entertainment to hobbies. We only notice that something is amiss when they get taken away and we are faced with ourselves – and what then?

  25. It is a great gift to learn that life is forever offering us loving opportunities to expand and evolve and that it is up to us to choose to observe with honesty, learn and heal what is required, and allow ourselves to naturally deepen our expression of the love, harmony and wisdom from within.

    I have woken. up today with an ache in my back and I am able to witness how this is directly related to the choices I made yesterday to push through because I did not want to look like I had not done my part. And I can also take it further back to the days leading up to yesterday because I had not prepared properly knowing yesterday was going to be a long day. Not that long ago before Universal Medicine I would wake up with an ache or some other issue and would just look at a way of erasing the symptom, not realising what a powerful learning there lay in that moment.

  26. In being willing to listen, feel and honestly express what was true from your body Michelle, you were able to realise the true impact your lifestyle choices were having on your body and with that awareness take responsibility and initiate loving changes as a result. Our body knows harmony and responds, supporting us the more we honour how we are truly feeling.

  27. Being open to be honest with ourselves can be painful at times but this can be only for a moment as we can feel the healing and and expansion honesty offers on its way to truth.

  28. To hear about something and then to see it for yourself in person is and makes a huge difference. When you can watch someone in action in many ways it certainly says a lot to you.I remember growing up the impact this had as well, you more watched what others did rather then listened to what they say. As the saying goes, ‘actions speak louder then words’. Over and over again this has proven itself to be true and it’s not that you disregard what is said to you but there is more being said to you by movement then by words alone. I also remember watching Serge Benhayon in this way, you could see the difference and time and time again I was touched by the care and detail he offered everything and every movement.

    1. YES!!! me too, the detail was extraordinary and not just about what he was doing but how he was doing it. It was not for us (or whoever was watching) at all, rather, it was his natural way of living and it meant the person who saw it felt an ease in their body.

  29. For me, meeting Serge Benhayon in person was the clincher; the solid vibration that I felt in his movements and his universal eyes reminded me of who I really am and why we are here. I remembered feeling like I had been woken up from a daze or a fog, everything from that moment on made sense, I knew what I needed to do and that was to bring all of me to everyone and stop hiding my light away for a rainy day.

  30. I can relate to this feeling of ‘living the good life’ only to find that it was not the life I thought it was. This happens all the time for as soon as I think everything is sorted, another wave of disillusionment follows, reminding me that we are not of this world and that in fact we are made of something far greater than what this place can offer, our souls are knocking at the door wanting to pull us back to where we came, and the more this can be seen and felt the greater our journey will be together.

  31. It’s incredibly easy to go through life and keep pretending everything is good and everything is ok and never really scratch the surface on honesty. It’s so liberating and freeing of all the beliefs and pictures we have to simply be honest and say this is where I’m at. It’s also a great platform to know your next step – because if you’re not honest about where you’re at now – how can you know what your next step needs to be?

  32. The truth is that we cannot underestimate the power that is waiting to unfold through us when we choose to deepen our relationship with honesty. As we are continually evolving as such we are continually needing to bring deeper levels of honesty to the way we are choosing to live, in order for us to keep moving in connection to the greater levels of truth we come to know and feel.

  33. Living the ‘good life’ doesn’t cut it when we make life about purpose and that how we live affects everyone else. We can, however, live incredibly rich, loving and joyful lives when we make life about responsibility and evolution.

  34. Life on earth is an amazing journey when we choose to live and express who we truly are, for this allows us to be aware of the bigger picture of life and the divine order that we are all part of.

  35. A beautiful reflection to all those around you Michelle. ‘Less is more’ the less we distract and busy ourselves with distractions, doings, possessions, thoughts and seeking recognition for what we do, the more we find the joy, harmony, truth, stillness and love within that reconnects us to who we truly are.

  36. No-one in their right mind could argue with this Michelle – and that our world is in desperate need of those who are so willing to live with responsibility and honesty as to what is truly going on for us.
    Awesomely said.

  37. I have attended a few retreats by Universal Medicine. They have been incredibly supportive for me too, my expression has improved immensely. I used to shy away from expressing how I feel in a large group but now when I feel there is something to share, I do it without being nervous and without feeling not good enough. I have learnt to express truth clearly and confidently.

  38. I love this Michelle, very simply and sincerely expressed, and your approach with what was presented is so supportive, listen and feel in what was presented has purpose for us and then live that in your way in your life, in other words you made it yours. Thank you for saying it as you have, it shines a light on how we make changes in a way that truly supports and I can see how when I’ve approached the wisdom offered by Universal Medicine in this way it’s changed my life.

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