So simple and yet so so profound.
Yes our current medical system has made great strides and can do so much nowadays. At the same time let us not forget that there is so much more to us than just the 3 dimensional physical body, and that needs to be reflected in our approach to medicine.
It makes so much sense that medicine is not just the medication we take, inhale or ingest, but also how we are living. Try a whole day of frustration medicine and we know it doesn't leave us feeling good! Or the other way around it works the same.
I absolutely appreciate that Serge Benhayon is bringing the understanding that there is a much wider and grander form of medicine than the one we currently subscribe to. This medicine comes from how we live, how we care for ourselves and each other, and in union with the amazing medicine we already have, this universal medicine has the potential to begin to heal the ill-health of the world.
It makes a whole heap of sense when you start to observe your everyday life against your state of health. These days I know if I carry on with emotional episodes I will get sick eventually because of them as one example.
To view medicine as anything other than a way of life is a corruption of the word and what it truly means. We have all settled for thinking of medicine as something that is a part of our life instead of a way of life and we are all feeling the cost of such an attitude. The fact is viewing medicine as less than an entire way of life gives room for us to continue with our irresponsible knowingly unhealthy ways which remain unaddressed whilst we continue to manage the symptoms.
All illness and disease has a root cause, a point in which it started to develop within the body. If we look into it and really delve into understanding what was going on for us in that period we can connect the dots and begin to address, addressing the root. As, when we address the root magic occurs.
Observing and receiving another is good medicine; especially observing this man Serge Benhayon and the way he stays present with the absolute tenderness in the way he blinks his eyelids.
Having applied this understanding that there is more to good and bad medicine has completely changed how I view my health and any conditions I may have throughout my life. One that is far less reactive and combative and more loving, caring and understanding of why my health is as it is.
For accepting this more broad universal medicine we also need to see that we are ill in much more ways than just the physical and psychological illness and diseases we currently know. What if not feeling joyful every day is an illness, what if being worried would be an illness, in that it is actually not natural to us?
Serge is one of the few people I know to bring the focus back to not only how we are living but the quality in which we are living. He does so not from theory, or ideal but from a lived experience that is real, practical yet utterly responsible and loving all at the same time.
Serge gives the viewer an insight into the philosophies and teachings that have inspired a global movement of people to make true and lasting changes to their vitality and wellbeing.