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Medicine and Serge Benhayon

 by Liane Mandalis, Possum Creek, NSW, Australia

My whole life I have felt trapped in my body. Now, I know that sounds a bit strange, but this is how it has felt for me. Bodies are dense, they get sick, they are subject to abuse both from ourselves and from others. In short – they get hurt and the pain goes deep. If I choose to not connect too deeply then I won’t get hurt, right? Wrong.

I have spent a lifetime fighting my body and perceiving it as some ‘enemy’ that needed to be at best conquered and at worst abandoned. I was under the belief that our bodies let us down; they shake, they tremble, they vomit, they cry, they bleed, they break, they shut down, they faint, they get SO exhausted… Basically, my body did not feel like a safe place for me to be, but seeing…

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“Why are so many people choosing Universal Medicine?” If we were to take a look at the truth, it’s clear there is a very good reason people are choosing it, the difference it makes in peoples lives is extraordinary. There is consistent living proof of the success in the transformations we see in peoples lives.

via Professor John Dwyer’s assertions were inaccurate about Universal Medicine

When we hear of the child sexual abuse that is occurring in the football industry what reaction do we have when footie is our favorite sport? On 24/11/2016 former England and Tottenham player Paul Stewart told the BBC (1) that “Hundreds” of children may have been sexually abused by figures within football.”

 

Mr Stewart, who says he was abused by a coach for four years as a child, said the sport could face allegations on the scale of the Jimmy Savile scandal. Stewart claims ‘”The access to children at sport level is very easy and it is the perfect ground for them to prey.”

What kind of life are abusers condemning people to here? Abuse of a child by any trusted adult leaves it’s mark in more ways than one. As an intrinsic part of the horror of the abuse, the abuser not only assaults the child in a very physical way causing severe trauma in the body, they also ensure that child will not freely trust another adult again.

It is this destruction of trust that is as devastating as the abuse itself, for the child can grow up and spend the rest of their lives closed down to trusting anyone. This is a prison for anyone to live within. Human beings are social creatures, we are built to develop relationships and trust in each other, it’s how families and communities are built. If something happens to prevent that trust building and consequential social connection, we end up living our lives in a self enforced isolation which can result in mental health problems and suicide.

The shocking fact is, child sexual abuse is not uncommon, Research indicates that up to 36% of girls and 29% of boys have been found to having suffered child sexual abuse.(2) These are the children we know about.

The Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) has said it expected the number of people coming forward who have been sexually abused to rise. Former Football Association chief executive, Mark Palios, told the BBC he was not surprised by the allegations. He said it would be “naive” to suggest abuse has not gone on within the game.” (1)

Is it really naïve to expect children to engage in sport and not be sexually abused?

Since when is trusting adults to act with integrity and honour to be defined as naïve?

What kind of industry is football that that it sets children up for a life of misery and poor mental health?

 

 

References

  1. Stewart, Paul. 24/11/16 Football sex abuse victims ‘could number hundreds’: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38093957 Date accessed 24/11/16

 

  1. International Centre for Assault prevention: http://www.internationalcap.org/abuse_statistics.html  Date accessed 24/11/16

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is a remarkable essay on culture that should be obligatory reading for all human’s. It is a real eye opener for all races and all cultures.

The Truth about Serge Benhayon

I was born Hong Kong Chinese.

I have never liked being Chinese because it never felt natural, but I have lived most of my life feeling trapped within the picture of what being Chinese meant. I was always looking to run away, to be any nationality, to live in any country but to be where I have incarnated to be.

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