Finding Something that Works for Me

by K.E.  Male Age 61 , U.S.A.

I had been searching outside myself for answers to my life situation (depression, exhaustion, pain). I even travelled to Peru to take Ayahuasca (to try to be fixed). That experience took me further away from myself and opened me up to extremely harmful energies.

I came to realise that the answers had to be inside, and so I was drawn to Universal Medicine. Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine teach and present that you need to reconnect to yourself before you can know what is True or Not True. This made sense to me.

In a few months, with the guidance of Bina Pattel – a woman who is living her truth (an esoteric student/student of her own inner heart) – I came to the understanding that my situation is because of the choices I have made. I began to take responsibility and to make more loving choices (not numbing out etc.), and have been able to access and clear my issues on much deeper levels than all the other healing work I have tried.

I am freeing myself of many of the beliefs that have limited my life. I have more energy, I feel more (I am less numb), and I Accept and Love myself more for the first time in my life.

332 thoughts on “Finding Something that Works for Me

  1. It’s amazing how far off we can go from knowing ourselves and our purpose when we are seeking for this knowing outside of ourselves; and how instantly we can return to ourselves when we realise this knowing is all within. I know I’ve had this realisation many times but haven’t like the devastation I’ve caused myself upon my return so have disappeared on what seemed like an easier path when actually it isn’t. The commitment to stay connected with myself is one I keep coming back to and each time I learn that there is no need to run away because I am so much greater than anything I may want to not face.

  2. The beauty is we can always return to who we are, when we are ready to choose too. The path back to our true divinity is always there waiting for us. When we open our eyes and connect to our true breath we are supported all the way back.

  3. Your sharing makes me realise how we often try to change our life without changing the way we live. This to me now sounds so obviously simple, but I really get how the most obvious is the one we never even consider to look at.

  4. Thank you K.E., we are all equally all-knowing and it is our divine right that needs to be claimed it in order to break away from that which keeps us away from the truth and in disconnection to God.

  5. To live in connection to who we are within is our natural way of being as in essence we are love and that is our absolute truth, through which we are guided to know what is of this love and what is not. And so, in living in connection to our love, we live with a greater sense of knowing who we are and knowing if the choices we make support us to live our truth.

  6. This is a powerful testament: thank you for sharing the profound effect Bina Pattel had on your life. I was also blessed to be inspired to return to who I truly am thanks to a student of Universal Medicine.

  7. Thank you K.E. for sharing your experience of coming back to connect to the love that lies within you by taking responsibility for all your choices and learning to make loving choices for yourself. The reflections that we offer others by a life lived in connection to our essence is powerful indeed.

  8. In a world where we crave love and find it hard to feel and live that love everyday, this is an absolute blessing to read: ” I am freeing myself of many of the beliefs that have limited my life. I have more energy, I feel more (I am less numb), and I Accept and Love myself more for the first time in my life.”
    Giving us the answer to all our woes.

  9. When we find and are supported to come back to us, to come within we blossom on so many levels, we find our ground zero, and we are so much more committed to us, to life and to knowing there is a purpose in being who we truly are, and that is our number one job, living from the inner connection we all hold.

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