About Serge Benhayon

In order to find out more about Serge Benhayon, Founder and Director of Universal Medicine continue reading here. This is a new page on my website to explain a bit more about Serge, who he is, what he does and how he knows what he knows.

Please feel free to comment or share your personal experiences of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine as well in the comment boxes below.

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    2nd August 2012 at 1:29 am

    Serge Benhayon claims to be the reincarnation of Leonardo Da Vinci & is a dangerous character. Universal Medicine has many hallmarks of a cult with ‘the one’ as he is known as the charismatic leader. Please be wary. I have first hand experience. He has just been exposed in
    the Australian press as a charlatan & is currently under investigation.

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      The Soulful Doctor
      2nd August 2012 at 2:04 am

      Dear Visitor, I too have much  first hand experience and know for myself that Serge is a man who cares deeply about humanity. He has not been exposed – but has had a deliberate smear campaign orchestrated against him – see smear blog. The press have deliberately gone with the sensationalist story and did not take account of the facts available to them. WHat has been exposed is the signifcant support for Serge and UM by those that attend and who have benefitted from his teachings as evidenced on wordsonsergebenhayon and truthaboutsergebenhayon. You may find them interesting reading. And these posts are not by gulllible, vulnerable, psychologically deranged women but many articulate, discerning, highly qualified people – yes people, as men do come as well – business men, lawyers, doctors, accountants etc. Of course you are entitled to your opinion but for me, he is far from dangerous – he is a man who is willing to speak truth, something that most are not – and yes many people do not like that and so he presses some buttons. At the end of the day – what he presents comes from love and that I can feel and know to be true. 

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      Dragana Brown
      2nd August 2012 at 7:57 am

      Dear Visitor, Focusing on who Serge was or was not in his previous lives is moving away from who and what he is about now – which is; a true gentleman, caring, kind, considerate, open, down-to-earth, joyful, playful, humorous, compassionate, candid human being. This is my account and the one of thousands who have had a fortune of first hand experience with Serge. What he presents may not be everyone’s ‘cup of tea’ but even by all definitions of the expression, it makes him no ‘cult leader’. I know people who came, heard him talk and walked away saying – ‘interesting stuff, some unorthodox, some made sense, but not for them’. Serge embraces life and people to the full and he is a beautiful reflection how life can be lived like we are meant to: with true joy and in sheer harmony by ALL if we but chose to.
      To a different degree, we each carry various hurts in our physical bodies – rejections, jealousy, sadness, frustrations, feeling of being failure, not being met as a child, disliked by a teacher, not living up to mum’s/dad’s expectations, even physical abuses… Some of those hurst are very deep and exposing them and bringing them up onto the surface can be unpleasant to say the least. Often, we instead burry them even deeper. What if the ones who reject what Serge presents are deeply hurt human beings who know their true essence which is awesomeness, but are simply not ready to go down the avenue of discarding all the yucky stuff that is in the way of their loveliness? And that is fine. If you have heard Serge speak, you will have heard him say that everyone walks their own journey in life at their own speed and in their own time and that this is to be deeply respected,never judged. Your choice is to be honoured, and so is the one of those who are inspired by Serge’s teachings.
      If Serge Benhayon is ‘dangerous’ than so is a new born baby and a butterfly.

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      Alison Moir
      2nd August 2012 at 8:00 am

      Thank you Eunice for your blogs I have very much enjoyed reading them. All the latest press releases have conveyed Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine in a way that I know not to be true. I have known Serge for 9/10 years and what they have portrayed is almost libelous, but the press do not care about that they just want to get their story out. I am not a gullible woman who has fallen for someone that I think is going to save me. I am quite the opposite and have been very wary of people like that all my life. What Serge represents is something that is deep inside us all if we are willing to go there. I know that my life is much richer (not in wealth) which comes from knowing myself in full.
      The only people that are investigating Serge are the press and they do not care how they portray him so long as they get a story. I know that Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine is not a cult and I would standup in any court of law and say this. Why doesn’t your visitor put their name to their words and stand up and be counted like the rest of us. Maybe they too are from the press?

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      Naren Duffy
      2nd August 2012 at 8:09 am

      Dear Visitor,

      I felt to clarify, the claim that Serge Benhayon says that he is “the one” is a misinterpretation of his words, and he has never been called “the charismatic leader” as far as I am aware in 4 years of listening to his presentations. His actual words are that We are the one that we have been waiting for, and by “We”, he means All Of Us, including you. People generally don’t want to hear that, because that means that if I am the One that I have been waiting for to save myself, then I have some work to do. It means that I am responsible for myself and there is no one else who is going to save me.
      For a world based on a Judeo-Christian (which it is even if you are not necessarily religious) model which has the idea of waiting for a single individual (be it messiah, politician, or other) who is anticipated will lift everyone out of their misery, to hear that you have to do it yourself can be a bit challenging. That’s ok, because it is challenging to the things that we have taken for granted in our lives. But if you give it a moment, it is incredibly self-empowering to say to yourself “No one saves us, we save ourselves”, this is a direct quote from Serge.

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      Jane Keep
      2nd August 2012 at 8:23 am

      Dear Visitor. why are you hiding without putting your name? I am far more wary of someone hiding their identity like yourself than of someone who is prepared to stand up and be who they are consistently, as Serge Benhayon has done. He is always consistent. I have known Serge Benhayon for 8 years, and the Universal Medicine Practitioners. I have been to Australia many times to the workshops, and for treatments, just as I have in the UK. I have found Serge Benhayon and all of the Universal Medicine practitioners to have the highest integrity I have found in the world so far. I have worked both in the National Health Service and in two Universities in the UK for many years, and, have always been keen to verify, ensure validity, authenticity, and test out so that I find the truth of things. For me Serge Benhayon represents the whole truth (and not the part truths that many in this life want us to believe). I have also studied for a piece of research professional codes of ethics and codes of conduct around the world, and have found the EPA (esoteric practitioners association) code of conduct to be of the highest integrity of all I have seen, and, more so that Serge Benhayon and the Universal Medicine are the real thing in that they live the integrity and authenticity that is written in the EPA code of ethics, and their lives are not hidden, they are open for any of us to question, observe, ask. We in the UK are fully aware, and have all been reading the press in Australia, and have been writing to the editors and press with our own true experiences of Serge Benhayon. The press in Australia haven’t exposed Serge Benhayon as a charlatan, they have written, and cut and pasted the same story that has been re-used and re-cycled based on lies, and the emotions of a small group of people. The press in Australia have been sensationalising a story that isn’t in fact a story but some hearsay of a small group, based on lies and exaggeration. The Echonet daily did write a counter to the original deceitful lies that had been printed and the Northern Star have issued a public apology. You will find 100’s of true experiences of Serge Benhayon in the many blogs, and internet exchanges (as outlined in Eunice Minford/the soulful doctors response to you). why not take the time to read these?

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      Ariana Ray
      2nd August 2012 at 8:29 am

      There’s a simple matter that needs clarification here, I am ‘The one’, but then there’s the other factor to consider……..so are YOU! But you’re not so special, so is everyone ‘The one’!

      We all have the ability to choose this connection, its not something we go out and buy, it’s not sold in the corner shop, the reiki centre, the yoga class nor sold anywhere on this planet. Only we can choose to connect to ourselves and be this.

      It’s that simple.

      Who believed it was true when one man stood up and said the world was round and not flat? One man who was jailed for life, he was laughed at and ridiculed. But who has the last last now? All the people who derided the guy who spoke truth, they look pretty silly now!!!
      Lets’s give Serge Benhayon a chance, unless we all want to end up with egg on our faces when the chips are down and it is proved he speaks the truth!

      A great man called Winston Churchill once said “A lie gets half way around the world before the truth has a chance to get it’s pants on.” Lets give truth a chance to get it’s pants on.

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      2nd August 2012 at 8:47 am

      Dear Visitor,
      just like the da Vinci statement, when taken out of context ‘the one’ takes on a misinterpreted life of its own. Yes, Serge Benhayon speaks of the one, but he consistently states it in the context of us ALL being THE ONE. He firmly places responsibility back in the hands of the individual regarding every single choice they make and thus, we are the ones who save ourselves. Not a particularly self-promoting move for a so called charismatic leader. Is it then that surprising that some would react against someone who walks against the tide of proffering pandering solutions and instead presents on taking responsibility for their lives?

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      Rowena Stewart
      2nd August 2012 at 9:04 am


      May I suggest that if you have a grievance with Serge and Universal Medicine, you take it directly to him rather than the press.

      For every disgruntled person there are hundreds of very satisfied customers whose voices seem to be very eloquently expressed in the well written testimonials, (such as The Soulful Doctor) available to be viewed on the blogs detailed below.

      Maybe you could take a look and see that your experience, however valid for you, seems to be at odds with the majority here. If so, perhaps that requires further intelligent exploration to understand why it is so different.

      Serge promotes self responsibility – i.e that each person feels for themselves the truth in all things, not simply in what he says, but in the world at large. He is encouraging us to make our own decisions based on what feels right for us. That includes feeling the effects of a relationship, food, drink and even the effect of words on our bodies, in other words, he is offering us the opportunity to raise our awareness. He also encourages and promotes loving relationship, first with self and then with others.

      I wonder what is so dangerous about that?


      I hope you find a loving solution to your angst.

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      Andrew Allen
      2nd August 2012 at 9:18 am

      Firstly thank you Eunice for allowing yet another platform for the truth to be heard.
      In relation to the comment posted stating that Serge is dangerous how can someone that presents truth and love be a danger to anyone. Serge has never in the 7 years I have known him once claimed to be the one but allowed us all to feel the truth that’s inside us all.
      I can truthfully say that I now live a life free of jealousy, fear, hate and judgement, this has evolved over the years through my commitment to myself and the presentations from Serge and Universal Medicine. The postings relating to Serge are born from a fear of truth and Love. I personally will always stand firm in my ongoing commitment to myself and all humanity.
      With love

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      Jonathan Stewart
      2nd August 2012 at 10:26 am

      Dear Visitor,
      I, too, have ‘first hand experience’ of Serge Benhayon and in the 6 years that I have known him I have never experienced being anything other than loving, extremely generous, patient and always open to hearing someone else’s opinion. With the latter two attributes I particularly attest to. For when I first met him I was very convinced that my approach to caring for others as a remedial masseur and kinesiologist to be extremely beneficial and full of integrity. I found what he presented difficult to accept as it challenged much of my learnt and developed beliefs. He did not brain-wash me but instead consistently and lovingly reflected back to me examples of factual truths and did my beliefs reflect these. He then left me to resolve this for myself, until my next question. An example being that as a kinesiologist – the practitioner of a therapeutic bodywork modality that professes to work directly and knowingly with the body’s subtle energies – did I identify with what energy I am working? For if everything is energy, which is an accepted scientific fact, then everything must be because of energy. This then follows that something not loving, like harming someone in anyway (including smearing their character and the work they do), must be a different energy to the energy of love. In all the 16 years as a complimentary health practitioner never was I asked, or did I ask, what energy I am working with. As I know I was not always loving in my treatments during that time, just doing my job, then I must have been using energy that was not loving and was therefore harming instead healing and helping them. Surely that is an amazing revelation?

      Through my interactions with Serge over these 6 years I have been helped to have many such revelations. All of these and with the choices I made in my life in response to them I feel, know and have been reflected back to me in many ways have resulted in nothing but positive change: from greatly improved physical vitality and health; a great deepening of love in the relationship with my wife; far more gentle and loving relationships in general; a truer understanding, appreciation and practice of responsibility and integrity; loving compliments to the changes in me from friends and acquaintances; and so much more just joy in life and living. If Serge can have that effect or me and many, many other people then yes he is dangerous. Dangerous to those who find it scary and frightening to see others confident, loving and enjoying life when they, themselves, do not feel that way. However, they too can be that way but it does mean one has to face those things in oneself which are not loving. No one claims that it is easy or without pain. The pure love that Serge demonstrates, and presents for us all to be, is to be non-judgmental of those who chose to stay non-loving and keep holding them in love whatever they may do.

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      Stephen Anderson
      2nd August 2012 at 11:03 am

      Isn’t it extraordinary that our visitor chooses to hide behind the veil of anonymity and not accept responsibility for what they have written?
      As attested by many of my fellow students, Serge and the entire Universal Medicine team have the utmost integrity and true love for all. No one, no matter who it is, is ever treated with either greater or lesser love or attention. There is of course never any judgment. We are simply left to appreciate that choice and responsibility are what matters. It is the awareness of such choices and the effect they have on ourselves and others that is most important. Once one is able to appreciate our lives are a series of choices (and it took me quite awhile to appreciate this myself!) then life becomes so much simpler. Not easier but simpler when you truly know that you are responsible for everything in your life and not anyone else.
      With love, Stephen

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      Mick Adler
      2nd August 2012 at 11:41 am

      Dear Reader, Much of what Serge Benhayon says starts with “is it possible that?”. He is a philosopher. How people react to what he says is their reaction to a proposal. It is up to every individual to feel for him/herself into the concept that is being presented. I am an ex-army officer who in my second career worked for 29 years in a specialised area of UK banking. I currently run my own company. My education (Roman Catholic monastic schools for ten years followed by military training) and upbringing have made me a fairly conventional business person not given to anything new age. My feeling for what Serge has presented, and continues to present, is one of getting to know myself, learning to love myself and treating all others with that same love. That is my “take” on what I feel he presents. Serge feels to me to be one who expresses love to everyone; would that there were a multitude of others like him.

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      Priscila Azeredo de Souza
      2nd August 2012 at 7:26 pm

      Dear Visitor, what I find interesting is the fact that your comment is based on information you’ve read about in papers showing sensationalistic stories. Whilst what people who know Serge Benhayon has written is something they live, something they came to experience for themselves and this becomes their own truth. Having myself been raised in a Catholic family, I too had this idea of existing ‘the one’, the saviour. I am forever grateful to Serge for showing me that I am the one too and through my choices, I can change my life.

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        Visitor (Germany)
        16th November 2012 at 7:29 pm

        This comment was deleted as it broke house rules re ad hominem comments.

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      7th November 2012 at 8:47 pm

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