The Universal Medicine cult targets parents of autistic childrenPosted: April 24, 2013
The names in this real life story are not real, but the events and sharing of the challenges and learning along the way are very real. Christina is a 44 year old woman, she is married to Tom who is 46 years old and her partner of some 19 years. They have a 15 year old son, Will…
In his early years, Will would get fixated on things and would control situations by continuous breakdowns, including screaming, hitting, damaging things and self harm. Christina and Tom learned early on that sometimes love was saying ‘no’ to Will when required, along with having consistency and establishing clear boundaries with him. Christina shared that what supported her and the family was continual open communication. They use a whiteboard so Will can see all the activities for the week and know what that particular day or week will be for him: over the years Will’s weeks have included supportive regular speech therapy and psychology sessions. Christina and Tom have continually embraced Will to allow him to feel his own love and to develop his confidence in the knowledge that he is amazing, autism and all.
Christina, Will and Tom have also been supported over these many years by the various Health Practitioners of the Universal Medicine Clinic in Goonellabah. Christina feels these gentle healing sessions support Will to be more with himself and less agitated and hard in his body. When Will is agitated and difficult to reason with, Christina stays as calm and gentle as possible and uses simple words, repeating the same message over and over until Will settles and gets it…
Okay, a few things here. For those who don’t know, Kate Greenaway is a physiotherapist and longstanding cultist, high up in the UM pyramid. She’s one of the first ‘legitimate’ health professionals to associate with UM and lend it undeserved credibility.
And as a registered health professional she’s on thin ice. There are advertising restrictions for registered health practitioners in Australia, and by flogging the clinic she works at with this quasi testimonial, she’s either in breach or very close. It’s bad enough that she hangs on to people’s big toes, tells them it’s ‘treatment’ or ‘healing’ and charges it to Medicare (taxpayers) as ‘physiotherapy’. Then there’s the bogus, non peer reviewed ‘research’ she’s done on the mythological ‘craniosacral pulse’ which is pasted on the UM site, in breach of research ethics. It would only take one complaint from a patient and she could be deregistered, and that wouldn’t be soon enough.
Next, how low can you go? Seriously. The Goonellabah clinic is cult central, home to the illustrious Benhayon clan of Esoteric ‘healers’ as well as pyschologists (LOL) Brendan Mooney and Caroline Raphael and chest specialist Doctor Samuel Kim. Kate is luring vulnerable families to this cartel of profiteering quacks.
Are they aware Serge Benhayon is an ableist? What has he told this family about that autistic boy’s ‘karma’?
A mental or physical disability is the karma of controlling others for self gain. (Benhayon, 2011, p.302).
All autistic conditions in their many varying degrees and others such as Down syndrome where there is a lesser form of natural expression come from the abuse of one’s position in a former life. (Benhayon, 2011, p.151)
Why doesn’t Kate write that on the Women in Lyingness site?
How much have Will’s family spent on UM over the years to learn how to use trance induction on their autistic son? And to cop a heap of hateful indoctrination. Plenty of people manage the care of their disabled children with heroic dignity, and they don’t join a sexually abusive, ableist death cult to do it.
Benhayon, S. Esoteric Teachings & Revelations, UniMed Publishing, Goonellabah, 2011