Propaganda Slap DownPosted: April 18, 2013
Anyone of us who’ve tried commenting on the Universal Medicine propaganda blogs knows our comments vanish into cyberspace faster than a bank transfer to Uruguay. On this site we take revenge. To save you the trouble of clicking on the ‘truth’ sites, I’ll post some lowlights from time to time. Irritatingly, they don’t vary much, and strangely they read as if they’ve all been written by the same clone, whose name might be Rebecca, but it’s still difficult to resist giving them a right skewering.
by Frank Tybislawski, Brisbane, Australia
Many years ago if you had asked me if I was amazing, I would have said ‘no’.
We didn’t ask you, Frank. And we’d say ‘no’ now as well.
by Dr Rachel Hall, Holistic Dentist, Kenmore, Brisbane
We live today in the most populated world in history, yet more people than ever feel lonely, detached and separated from society… and even from themselves. How can we, in the midst of all the people we meet every day, sometimes feel so alone?
Um, because you think you’re superior. For starters. And you spend your life thinking about how to self-love more effectively, ignoring the suffering you’re inflicting and never lifting a finger to help anyone else, because your arsehole guru has told you it’s ‘pandering’ and you didn’t just buy that toxic stew but you’re selling it too.
Believe me, if I wanted relationship advice, I won’t be asking a cult struck DENTIST. But no, Rachel is an Esoteric relationship EXPERT.
Through the teachings of the Ancient Wisdom presented by Universal Medicine, many people, myself included, have experienced a deeper sense of connection to themselves and other people.
Other people in the cult. But only if they keep forking out and don’t ask questions.
Little by little, I have been able let go of the ‘protective’ layer of toughness and start trusting my own inner feelings.
Yep, you used to be arrogant, but now you’re self centred as well.
In this way I share my love more equally and I feel connected to myself, others, Divinity and my essential nature, which I know to be love.
How kind to share your emotionless love. I bet those ‘others’ feel privileged.
I know there is a oneness to life and that I am not actually separate at all as I can feel my connection to everything in my heart.
Does that mean you feel ‘connected’ to the suffering of families unlucky enough to have a loved one in the cult?
Stick to pulling teeth. It’s less painful.
A Handbag & Life: How to Live in the Moment
by Matilda (UK)
There are those simple realisations that change everything.
Or nothing in your case.
The other day I noticed that I have a habit: at the end of every day I clear out my handbag – I file receipts, gather up change, tidy and restore to order… there is pleasure, comfort and deep satisfaction in this activity.
SO I wondered… why not live in every moment with this same attention and commitment so that there is nothing to ‘correct’, to ‘clear out’ at the end of the day?
Because it’s unsustainable. It’s not how the brain works and it’s not how life works. But the guru wants you to cling like the bejeesus to every MOMENT so you think the contents of your handbag more important than the grim picture of where your life in the cult is headed.
I came to realise that if I am not choosing to be all that I am in every moment (no perfection required or expected), then I am allowing the chaos of life to sneak into the driver’s seat and steer me into the chaos.
You mean the chaos of the colossal con you’ve been sucked into, and the chaos of your health, finances and relationships being dismantled by the ‘livingness’ lie?
Put the handbag over your head, things will look even simpler.
by Rebecca Baldwin
Ah, Rebecca’s unavoidable, self-loving static page on the Women in Lyingness blog. Pseudofeminist mind-fuck at it’s best from little Sergio’s most spirited defender.
What does ‘living as a woman’ look like in our current age?
Smoking hot, Rebecca. Especially from the right angle. Although it’s difficult to choose which is my best side.
…in reality we find ourselves still very much lacking in some advances and indeed in some ways the ‘equality’ we have fought hard to win has actually created greater and new complications.
Tell that to a black woman.
You know Rebecca, you might have had some smarts if you put your energy into getting an education, instead of micromanaging a cult propaganda conglomerate.
Many of us are finding that we are big time multi-tasking under the demands of a society that now expects us to be the super-mum-career-woman-great-daughter-athlete-sex-kitten combo rolled into one.
You gave up on that a while back, darling.
It has become fairly standard for us to be generally racy, anxious, driven, deeply lacking in self-confidence or simply managing life as best we can.
Who is us?
Oh, you’re referring to your targets – Serge Benhayon’s potential victims.
But what would ‘living as a woman’ look like in today’s society if we were to first develop a deeply tender and nurturing relationship with our bodies and our selves?
We know where this is going and we know what it looks like. It looks like self centred, emotionally shut down, undernourished, insincere, desperate, fear based adherence to a similarly self obsessed clique of misandrist SergeBrides, because prior insidious indoctrination by Esoteric ‘healers’ has left these women spiritually, sexually and psychologically gutted.
It is important to note that the purpose of this blog is not to promote the Esoteric Women’s Health area of service (although those wanting more information can of course view the site)
Nope, no promotion there.
For instance, many women see their bodies as betraying them, their periods as a nuisance or inconvenience and the associated pain at best an annoyance but increasingly both debilitating and unmanageable for some. Many are suffering from endometriosis, sore or lumpy breasts, cysts, fibroids and the list goes on. And this is now considered quite normal by medical standards. But is this how it has to be? Or is there a greater harmony to be had? Much more on this will be explored in the following articles. This blog marks the start of a dialogue in the public domain about how we can come to know our bodies and live our lives from a knowing that is informed first from our own inner-feelings. In doing so we allow the possibility that we can instigate true and lasting change.
Change in what, Rebecca? Are you implying that roping your targets – women in states of hormonal debilitation – into the Esoteric Women’s Health vortex of unsubstantiated, untested, false claims to efficacy, with bonus privacy invasions, brings about change in their gyne conditions? Or are you referring to the irreparable changes in their relationship to self, apparent to anyone observing women who join the cult? They start seeing their bodies as dumping grounds for ‘negative energy’ and themselves as victims, eternally imposed upon from the very first of their tortured past lives.
Quite apart from categorising ourselves in such limiting ways as ‘women who burn their bras’ or ‘women who only wear push-up bras’ or by any other label,
Come on Rebecca, who does that? And your solution to self-stereotyping is to join a cult?
…we have an opportunity to return to the women we naturally and innately are, free from the ideals, expectations and images we have been fed.
Except that the Esoteric ‘women we naturally and innately are®’ are mentally clean slated with covert hypnosis and then fed a bunch of ideals, expectations and images concocted by a bankrupted delusional with a thing for inappropriate touching and young girls.
With your help.
And then pimped into the abusive Esoteric healing dependency enterprise.
The deep care we have for ourselves and the loving way we are with ourselves is the “quality we then bring to all others”(SB). So naturally our friends, husbands, partners, children, brothers and sisters all benefit from this approach.
And naturally your ‘friends’ LOL, husbands, partners, children, brothers and sisters are free to discuss those ‘benefits’ on your censorious blogs.
Really Rebecca, you deserve a propaganda category all of our own.