Angie Billsborough, Brisbane, Australia
During the last 15 years, I have worked in mainstream alternative medicine clinics that have offered chiropractic, acupuncture, musculoskeletal therapy, kinesiology, as well as detox and weight loss programs.
I have attended many Universal Medicine courses presented by Serge Benhayon. He speaks in a way that is so common sense. You sit there thinking 'Deep down, I know this', but no one has ever put it in words that make it so simple.
Through Serge Benhayon’s presentations I have been able to identify patterns of behaviour that would previously have had me holding on to emotions, and running stories over and over in my head. I have been able to identify my relationship with food and how certain foods feel in my body. I have been able to join the dots about feeding emotions with food when facing issues I didn't know how to deal with.
I realised that I wanted a modality that took ‘ME’ into account.
Several years ago, I updated my qualifications to include Beauty Therapy. Many of my clients comment on how steady I am (seemingly unaffected by outside influences) and quite often ask how I do it. Others comment on the weight I have shed, and how my eyes are always sparkly. There have also been many comments on the Salon being their little sanctuary, and different from others - how calm they feel, and how they can just be themselves here. We have some amazing conversations, and other times nothing much is said. Either way, I know that what I have taken away with me from the courses I have attended through Universal Medicine as well as treatments from UM trained practitioners, has not only helped me and my family, but has made a great difference for my clients as well.
So, here I am eight plus years later, about ten kilos lighter, with my doctor telling me how good I look, amazed that my cholesterol has gone down steadily each year (even though I eat enough eggs and nuts to feed an army), and commenting that I never need to come to see her except for my annual 'grease and oil change'.
Thank you to Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine, I can now feel the real me! For me, the saying 'de-clutter and simplify' really sums it all up. Maybe that's a little too basic, but why does life need to be so complicated anyway?