Dear Kate McClymont,
When I read the Sydney Morning Herald article recently penned by you about Serge Benhayon being a so-called ‘cult’ leader – ordered to open the books amongst a number of other accusatory insinuations – I was inspired. As I read on and grappled with the fact that you call yourself an ‘investigative journalist’ as well as an “incorrigible gossip” (1), I was inspired even more.
You see, Ms McClymont, I have been a client and student of Universal Medicine for a number of years. I have received countless Esoteric Healing sessions, including Esoteric Ovary Massages (which is a very gentle massage of the abdomen performed over clothes) and countless Esoteric Breast Massages (which are by the way always practised only by women, should you wish to set the record straight).
And the long and the short of it is, that as a result of my being the recipient of these many sessions – because I keep going back for more and will continue to do so – I am all the better for it. In fact ‘better’ doesn’t actually cut it – for the most part, I feel totally and utterly fabulous.
So after reading the sheer lies also known as #incorribiblegossipthatsellswithnobasisoftruth, I was inspired to share my own two cents worth. The good old Internet… on the one hand, abused to oblivion with trolling behaviour aplenty and on the other, the opportunity for all of us to be the ‘investigative’ journalist you have referred to yourself as.
My story goes something like this. Back in 2010 I came across Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine. I was back then on the verge of becoming a complete social recluse, and was considering running off to an ashram in Bali to shut the door on the harshness of life. I had given up full-time work – it was all too tough – and I had run away from the corporate treadmill a few years before. I had squandered all my savings and was working just a couple of days in a bookshop – that was just about as much as I could handle. I had a partner who earned a full-time income and I skimmed off that. Needless to say, my unwillingness to step out there and earn my fair share put a strain on our relationship. And on my self-confidence, which was, well, non-existent.
That was me in 2010. Then came Universal Medicine. Very quickly I got to see the mess I had created for myself, and that I could if I wanted to, take steady steps to unravel this contraction I had steeped myself in and rise above my self-created gallows. And that’s what I did – and the support of the Esoteric Healing modalities offered by Universal Medicine was instrumental in this. You might want to visit the blog page on my website to cover a bit more about my experience with the modalities and how they transformed my life beyond measure.
So where am I now? Well, I’m back in the city… thriving in full-time employment and ‘killing it’ as the saying goes. There is an abundance and flow in my life I could never have dreamed of. I’ve gone from being a scared ashram-wannabe with nothing to my name, to owning a smashing 4 bedroom townhouse in the inner suburbs of Melbourne, running an Esoteric Healing practice on the side (because I just love sharing these modalities) and earning a bucket-load in the corporate world, which I now embrace with open arms instead of baulking at and running away. Oh, and I just bought my first Audi – yep, I’ve also joined the Audi club – because I can.
But this is the thing Ms McClymont. The success I’m now enjoying in all things material is a mere fraction of the glory I feel inside of me – the glory of me re-connecting back to the real me. It is this that Universal Medicine and everything it stands for, everything it offers, is about. Returning back to the stupendousness we are, the stupendousness that is within every human being that en masse we walked away from. This glory, because that is what it is, is now my normal, and my commitment in everything that I do.
And the most amazing thing is, my story is one of many. There’s an opportunity here Kate McClymont, for a so-called investigative journalist to delve into a global community of people from all sorts of different cultures and all sorts of different backgrounds to find one common thread. A way of living that blows everything – the mundaneness and lacklustre ordinariness of life we’ve succumbed to as being ‘our lot’ – out of the park. A way of living that is all about brotherhood and intimacy, joy to the rooftops and beyond, expansion that never ceases and a life that is rich beyond compare. That’s the students of Universal Medicine. That’s what you will find if you are interested in the real story.
Katerina Nikolaidis –a fervent student and client of Universal Medicine, with boots, heels aplenty and all.
By Katerina Nikolaidis, Melbourne, Australia
- Kate McClymont – Journalist and ‘incorrigible gossip’ quote sourced from: SMH Subscribers. (2018).SMH Live: When Gossip Becomes News – SMH Subscribers. [online] Available at: https://subscribers.smh.com.au/events-offers/smh-live-gossip-becomes-news/ [Accessed 08 July. 2018].
|Katerina Nikolaidis works in organisational change, supporting people to embrace what can be very rapid and intense change in their organisations. She is dedicated to writing, working and connecting with people – with a life inspired by the Ageless Wisdom teachings.
You can learn more about Katerina Nikolaidis by visiting her website www.katerina.net.au
|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|
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