Great to hear the dedicated work and professional services of Serge Benhayon have been acknowledged the People’s Choice at the Lismore Business Excellence Awards for 2015.
I first came across the work of Universal Medicine through my brother, who had been attending Universal Medicine courses due to some illness that he was not able to have resolved through traditional western medicine alone– he needed support for more than just the physical aspects of the illness. I attended a retreat in Vietnam – it was an opportunity to meet up in another country as I had been overseas for a while and it was a good ‘excuse’ to catch up as I had not seen my brother for a couple of years.
My brother had mentioned over some time how helpful the presentations and treatment led by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine were – I kind of dismissed these and was chuckling under my breath when he spoke of drinking caffeine-free tea and choosing to give up alcohol. (My brother and I were never averse to joining in a party.)
I had an image in my ‘minds eye’ that it would be a bunch of ‘happy clappers’ singing koombayah and there would be about 25 people. Imagine my surprise with over 400 people and a group of people that came from all walks of life, I think I could recognise that nearly every profession and work role, demographic and gender was represented.
I had been working in ‘big mining’ for over 10 years, in human resources and safety, and it was nothing for me to drink more than 6 cups of coffee per day and in the evenings when entertaining clients to drink bottles of wine and seal the evening with ‘a fine single malt’.
After attending the retreat and a crashing withdrawal from caffeine I realised something that I had never realised I always had – I could feel energy.
I developed a sensitivity that I always knew I had – I literally had tears of joy to understand the link to myself and others that was nothing short of awesome. Life changing. I knew that I had love but to realise its abundance and that I had simply been anaesthetising myself with numbing substance and behaviours was nothing short of an explosive realisation.
I believed I ‘never had any issues’ but had a detached approach to intimacy that I could only describe as less than optimised!
The People’s Choice Award win by Universal Medicine I can completely understand – 2 years down the track I have given away ‘bad habits’ that include Coffee, Alcohol, Rescuing and Saving others as a way of failing to see my own ‘stuff’. I acknowledge I am not perfect (nobody is) but that I have a responsibility to myself and in turn others that only I can fulfil. Pretty jolly simple!
My life has changed for the better. I am in my late 40’s and can only say that Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine are most deserving of the People’s Choice Award.
By Andrew Upfill
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~ The People’s Choice Award – Universal Medicine