What a Man – Serge Benhayon

I have known Serge Benhayon for coming up to 5 years and what I have seen from his presentations, courses and the way he is with his family and the students of Universal Medicine, as well as the way he chooses to live his life, has been nothing short of extraordinary.

Here is a man who holds himself as a complete equal to each and every person he interacts with. This man is like no man I have ever met.

Serge Benhayon | Founder of Universal Medicine
Serge Benhayon | Founder of Universal Medicine
He, Serge Benhayon, has a natural way of knowing how to support each person, whether individually or as a group, by expressing simple truths that stop you in your tracks.

I have had the pleasure of getting to know Serge on a personal level, as have many others, and I have found that he is no different in private than he is in public: he is just as supportive, loving, firm, and understanding, yet his commitment to life and people is beyond measure.

This is understandably not a typical representation of a man, but the truth is that we have before us someone remarkable who deserves to be recognised for simply this, because this man, Serge Benhayon, is living in a way that has and continues to inspire hundreds, if not thousands, of other men and women to make changes in their lives that support them to enjoy life like never before: to live in a way where they get to know every part of themselves and hold themselves with such respect and integrity that they naturally inspire others to do the same, knowing that they too deserve this same reflection and support.

Before I started attending workshops and presentations by Serge Benhayon, I was exhausted, stressed, always anxious, unsure of myself and emotional.

I have my own hair salon, which I have now been running for 12 years. I would end my week feeling as though I just wanted to cry from the back pain I was experiencing and I would often find that my Sundays were a day I needed just to recoup from all that had happened in the previous week. By Sunday night I would dread the following day as I knew that I would have to do it all again the next week.

I was also very reactive, which meant I would often make choices that did not support me, such as the type of food I ate and overeating, not exercising, and having arguments with people. I found that I would often feel needy in some way and felt at a loss with what my purpose was in life.

My relationship with family was all over the place and this always unsettled me. I saw a counsellor for 2 years but still felt this had not resolved much. I would walk into work wishing I could be in bed, or that I could be on a hot beach somewhere.

I found myself being emotionally reactive at times, taking out my un-dealt with issues on others and also myself. I was very abusive with myself to the point of really giving myself a hard time with everyone and I did not feel any sense of worth with my life, my body or my choices.

I then met Serge Benhayon and I could say that when he met me, for the first time in my life I was seen for who I truly was. He expressed in a way that allowed me to feel and understand my turmoil with life and what had come to be my choices, my reality and my truth.

Serge did not throw a party or ‘big me up’ in any way; he simply spoke to me with a quality and a presence that I had not felt before. After a few years of getting very honest and making changes to the way I was living each day, my life began to truly change.

Some of the changes I found easy and others were a challenge: going to bed early and changing my food choices were pretty easy but learning to not react to the behaviour and choices of others and myself I found more difficult.

I now live my life feeling joyful in my body and this is developing more and more. I end my week with no back pain or aching muscles and I have a very strong relationship with my body and its needs.

I have always had a deep passion for hairdressing and am now a beauty therapist as well. The strength that I am building as a woman in the world has enabled me to have a greater understanding of myself and, therefore, of every other woman.

What Serge Benhayon brings to this world is endless and without a doubt this man represents all men and the truth of who they are.
Amina Tumi
Amina Tumi

He does not hold back and he certainly does not play games. Serge expresses in a straightforward manner that I find very refreshing and inspiring.

I cannot even count how many realisations and teachings that Serge has presented me with. He does not see the point of wasting time and he certainly is always kept busy with all his commitments, but when in his company, he is always sharp-witted and ready to support with his years of lived wisdom.

I have and continue to grow and deepen the love I have for myself and everyone around me and this is naturally having a ripple affect with the many hundreds of people I know.

Serge Benhayon has presented how to live simply, and lovingly inspires others in such a way that brings about true change to their lives.

By Amina Tumi, 34yrs, Hair and Beauty Salon Owner, London

Amina Tumi Amina Tumi is a Hair and Beauty Salon Owner at Hair & Beauty by Design and has a great interest in true health and well-being.

You can follow Amina Tumi on Twitter @AminaTumi

Serge Benhayon | Founder of Universal Medicine Serge Benhayon is an author and presenter and the founder of Universal Medicine. You can learn more about Serge Benhayon at his personal website www.sergebenhayon.com

Follow Serge Benhayon on Twitter @SergeBenhayon or on Google+ +SergeBenhayon

Further Reading:
My First Impression of Serge Benhayon
Books by Serge Benhayon
Reality, Truth and Serge Benhayon

571 thoughts on “What a Man – Serge Benhayon

  1. The simplicity of what Serge presents can challenge us if we are used to being wowed by a leader. Serge does not big himself up, he lets each of us know that we are all from the same source as he is and therefore able to do as he does if we choose to make our livingness a dedication to Love.

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