An amazing recapitulation from Simon Asquith of how Esther Rocket has used and abused people through the Internet and made up stories about Serge Benhayon and his family.
I remember this moment: I am four years old and I have just walked up a dirt road from our house with my family… bare foot. It is spring and as a bare‐foot‐going family we are beginning to “toughen up our feet.” I remember feeling confused that the little stones felt more and more pointy and sharp as we went along, even though they looked just the same as the ones at the start!
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As I started to attend presentations, so began the process of feeling how I was living and the truth of who I am.
Initially I felt so uncomfortable at being there; my unloving way of living was being exposed and it felt like everyone could see what I was experiencing. Really though, it was me that was feeling how I had been living – I was becoming acutely aware of the choices I had been making.
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What great news that Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon have won the People’s Choice at the 2015 Lismore Business Excellence Awards, they absolutely deserve it.
I was introduced to Universal Medicine 6 years ago by my practitioner and at the time I was quite a mess. My marriage was about to break down, I had no job, I lived in a town I hated, my relationship with friends and family was tense and difficult, and I was about to embark on a 6 month trip of solitude to ‘find myself’.
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Great blog James, I will always remember my Dad telling me as a young kid when I would hug him and kiss him “Make the most of it now Alexandre as it won’t be possible anymore when you become an adult!”
I love your article Rebecca, the way you are exposing Esther Rocket and the evil in her is just so well written and so true. Esther Rocket is like a little kid hiding her face with two hands thinking she is invisible…
Thank you Rachel for sharing this as I feel that I should appreciate more what I have learnt with Serge and that I am taking it too much for granted.
A Letter to Serge Benhayon from Rachel Andras
I have never written a love letter in my life and I’ve never thought about doing so until now, but I feel the time has come and a true love letter is now needed.
History is full of love letters referring to the emotional turmoils of people and their longing for each other, but what I’ve learned from you Serge is that true love is far from being emotional; that it is a living stillness residing inside me as the foundation of my divine essence.
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Indeed, EDG presentations are amazing and so inspiring, I just love them.
by Sally Scott, Manager, Perth WA
I attended Universal Medicine’s final Esoteric Developer’s Group (EDG) for 2012, along with 300 other people.
Serge Benhayon was enjoying himself… relaxed, having fun and very excited about 170 billion galaxies. What was I going to learn about today?
Every time Serge Benhayon presents at the EDG, or sometimes when other people are asked to present, I get to learn something that I would never have had the opportunity to if these presentations did not happen. Universal Medicine practitioners, as well as many student members who live their lives all over the world, often present either with Serge, or in addition to his presentations at these EDG events. They are everyday people – working, managing families, interested in their communities, their schools, politics etc – the diversity is extraordinary.
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by Bernadette Curtin, Australia
Last week I attended a presentation by Serge Benhayon where he and a linguist discussed the ancient and original meaning of the word “religion”. The latin root is religio, devotion for oneself and everything, and religare, to rebind or reconnect – our connection to God.
With Christianity, the meaning changed to define an organised body; it became something outside to connect to rather than to connect to one’s inner self. And it went from being to doing.
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