by Leigh Matson, UK
Before Universal Medicine:
- I was introverted, wanting NOTHING to do with other people.
- I was very miserable with life in general and had an overall sense of dread when considering the next, however many decades it is I’ve yet to live.
- I had no spark or interest in interacting with life, people, the world… anything.
- I was very hateful towards myself to the point of horrible thoughts.
After Universal Medicine:
- I now see people as a benefit, something I want in my life. It’s not the people I don’t want to look at, but the reflections they provide. Gradually I’m learning to accept those as well.
- Building up from only wanting to do the minimum amount of work to get me by, I’m determined to find full-time work in the catering industry. Those who know, know what a demanding profession this is.
- I look forward to whatever life brings me, as I know that there are those around me who can help me understand more and more.
- I would never want to go back to the closed-off life I had before Universal Medicine, and while I may wobble now and then, it’s certain that I do want to keep expanding what I have started.
Serge Benhayon has presented to me a sense (and examples) that life doesn’t have to be hard, and with commitment it can be something very special and enjoyable.
In regards to my one-to-one sessions:
The sessions I have with my practitioner, Bina Pattel, are absolutely invaluable. They provide me with an example of how Serge’s presentations can be lived in an everyday, normal way.
Going to Bina Pattel and seeing, experiencing and being told how she goes about her everyday life shows me that it can be achieved. It’s not just for the minority, but for anyone and everyone who chooses this way of living. As to why I continue to go, it’s so I remain on track and avoid slipping into bad habits, abusive habits or downright destructive habits.
The best way I can explain my consistency with my sessions is something along the lines of:
a builder repeatedly looks back to his blueprints to make sure that the building is being constructed properly. In a sense, Bina Pattel is the blueprint I look to for guidance on how to go about life. I’m not relying on my practitioner to take all my problems away – she simply shows me how I can do that for myself.
This isn’t something where you can just go to one of Serge Benhayon’s presentations and instantly, from there on, have an absolutely amazing life – at least that has been my experience. It’s something that needs baby steps, to grow and gather momentum before it can just take off and support itself. It’s about building a self-loving foundation that supports my body and keeps things simple.