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.
Most of us have had an experience about lying and more often than not, that lie has been discovered with consequences that aren’t too pleasant.
In my experience, everyone gets hurt when they are lied to – possibly because it is an innate quality of us to be honest, and truth is something we can feel, not something dreamed up or imagined. Continue reading “Lies can Never Last too Long”→
I was not in great shape at that time in my life – I was living a life that revolved around partying around my work life, with an excess of alcohol and cigarettes.
I can only say my life since that first workshop has been enhanced by all I have learnt, and to try and summarise would be a disservice to 13 years of constant revelation and practical livingness as shared by the founder of Universal Medicine, Serge Benhayon. However in short, today I can be me with an ease that did not exist in my adult life prior to my becoming a student of Universal Medicine.
My body is slimmer, with no asthma or hayfever blighting me – which it did for 30 years – and I am more vital than any other time in my adult life. I have a deep appreciation for the beauty and grace afforded us by God and the gorgeous reminders to be just who we are, from nature.