Serge Benhayon on how fitness causes cancerPosted: February 10, 2015
Sport and fitness cause cancer, says Universal Medicine messiah in chief, Serge Benhayon. And fitness and health are the human body in distress.
I wonder if I’m the true leader of the Universal Medicine cult, seeing they diligently capture and store my every word and jump frantically to attend to every comment I make. Now I have Serge jumping through hoops, getting Clayton Lloyd to show him how to lift weights, hit the gluten free protein powder, and, let’s face it, help out with a bit of self-loving Photoshop. Serge must have been yearning to look more like the featherweight Esoteric ‘real man’ he truly is. It appears the malnourished messiah never recovered from me having a go at him for looking like crap. Clearly he’s desperate for my affection. He craves recognition, and is keen for comparison with other competing males, particularly the jilted partners of his harem of Esoteric nuns.
Not that he’d admit it, seeing the Ascended Masters impressed tract upon tract of supernatural caution via his seven incoherent tomes of One Unified Truth.
You have to be absolutely closed down to play sport and or compete in any way. This means – – shut-off from your inner heart. It is very possible, if not rather easy to come back from this closed off form of emptiness, but not until you can admit the evil of sport and competition.(Benhayon, 2011, p.312)
It appears The One himself is acting in disregard. Perhaps he should listen to his own podcasts a few dozen times. Attend his own lectures. Shell out for all the subscriptions. He’s clearly not getting it.
He’s hardly the greatest advertisement for his complementary medicine conglomerate that pushes a laxative Esoteric diet, and his occult philosophy that sport and competition are evil, and women should be lovely and gentle and not pick up heavy things, or play sport. According to Serge, his male and female Brides should pay to do the Benhayons’ ritual humiliation, Sacred Movement, instead. (Formerly known as, True Movement, but rebranded for Esoteric Women’s Health when the NSW education department banned it from schools.)
Sport and fitness causes cancer
And so, it is no wonder that things go wrong. We don’t stand here and go how did this lump happen or why am I infertile, why can’t I fall pregnant. Because you haven’t been a woman for 30 years, you’ve been using menful energy to please your dad, you’ve been using male energy, you’ve been involved in sport which women should never be because they’re competitive, it means their right ovary gets more powerful than the left ovary, and then they come to here and they’re ready to have a child but the ovaries are totally out of wack, vaginal walls are as thick as and they’re not a woman energetically, even though they have breasts, vagina, uterus and so forth…But nobody’s interested in that. What they want is that. They want to have all of that and at the end they want that reward or you to remove the lump. ‘I’m not going to worry about all those non nurturing habits that I have’, which is what breast cancer is, so simple, just women who don’t nurture themselves…could all be cured, not a good word, healed, if we just taught that a woman needs to be fragile, and honour that, to be nurturing, to not pick up heavy things…Serge Benhayon, transcript of Esoteric Medicine lecture 1, Part 2, 2010
Women have achieved equality, in some measure, by ‘out-male-ing’ the man. Therefore, they too, are in the excessiveness of male energy. This why there are so many cases of ovarian cancer, fibroids, cysts, endometriosis, breast cancer, etc. (Benhayon, 2011, p.519)
Stillness is the energy that is honouring you as a woman. Become racy or driven and you have asked the male energy to dominate your body. Looking like a woman but being run by a male energy is not the whole and true you. This is the widespread problem with women since the eighties. Will women stop and listen to this teaching or will breast and ovarian cancer along with so many other complications need to get so bad that they are forced to pay attention to it? (Benhayon, 2011, p.544)
Fitness and health is energetic distress
For example, we are under the belief that physical fitness is health. Correct? We all grew up with physical fitness is health. Now, we all know that it’s good for the body to exercise, but we also know that athletes at the peak of their condition and we’re talking about athletes who have professional staff that look after their nth degree nutrition, they are massaged, they are given acupuncture, chiropractic, medical care, all the best and they can still get cancer. So something’s not right in that model. If the best body we can produce also can get cancer, arthritis, can also get dementia, can also get sporting injuries, gets lots of viruses and flus as they do, the athletes and so on and so forth and so forth. So there is something wrong with that model. It doesn’t make sense…
On Planet Serge, the human body never degenerates, immunity to disease is determined by Esoteric morality, and nobody who adheres to the Way of the Livingness ever falls ill or dies. If ‘students’ fall ill, which is inevitable – not even Serge the fifth degree initiate has avoided illness – none of them have – it’s because they’re ‘not there yet’ with ‘the work’, and they obviously need to attend more healing sessions, workshops, meetings and retreats. Cash preferred.
Does that person need to run and swim and cycle and get super fit? No. Because at that moment that body is not asking to do more and the moment you give it more that body is already in distress. That energetic distress, we call fitness and health. It doesn’t make sense. You with me?..
All of this has come to us because we understand the body as function. But we don’t understand the body from its harmonious point of view. The key in life if ever there was ever a goal on a physical level, it is to bring stillness in motion in anything and everything that we do. In that stillness in motion we would learn about what we are capable of as human beings much more than what we learn from our mind telling our body what to do… For example, if you listen to your body it is impossible to climb Mt Everest because the body is in enormous distress, it brings the mind to drive the body to say you can do it, you can do it, you can get recognition, got to do it for my Mum, for my partner, for my kids…all of that is the mind disregarding the body, pushing it to do what the mind wants it to do, and the body second, climbing up the hill. Serge Benhayon, transcript of Esoteric Medicine 1, lecture, part 2. 2010
‘If you listen to your body it is impossible to climb Mt Everest…’ Countless Sherpas have managed it, duckie. Sir Edmund Hillary climbed a number of hills and lived until he was 88. The difficulty is more to do with the unpredictability of ice, snow and steep gradients than the limitations of people’s fitness, Sergio.
Did you finish high school Serge?
The downside of health
Prana is the Sanskrit word for breath or life energy.
A true healing is one that arrests the prana and not one that improves the wellbeing of the client by allowing them to exist better in the pranic form. (Benhayon, 2011, p.592)
Serge, who has been enjoying increased leisure time now that he’s conned his paying customers into providing free labour updating his 27 promotional websites and lord knows how many Facebook pages, is at pains to kid us he’s abandoned his popular death and bequest drive (or shelved it until we get bored and start looking the other way). His fave sport is mixing it up, shifting the goalposts; exercise causes cancer one week, and the next it’s all divine and Esoteric. Plus he’s been dying to show off his all new lamb-cake appearance (beef is evil and Pranic), and embellish the glamour shots with some additional marketing opportunities.
Today Serge continues to build and honour his body and its connection by walking daily, practising Esoteric Yoga whilst he works, applying ‘True Movement’ wherever he can, working out at the gym once a week, and twice when work permits, and occasionally swimming (with gentle breath breathing from the nose, as only taught by his daughter Simone) to name but a few of his physical activities. UniMed Living blurb
Anyway, this all new pretence at health and fitness in the UniMed cult could backfire. It’s bound to inspire copy cat behaviour from the unisex Sons of God, and if some of them fronted up at a gym sustained on nothing but nuts, pea soup and gentle breaths, it’s likely they’d collapse into a flatulent hypoglycemic swoon at the first heave of a 2kg barbell.
Or worse. For those who still have lead in their pencil, venturing out of the Goonellabah compound and increasing their physical strength is likely to increase their appetite, their mental acuity and their libido all at once. Imagine if the cult members suddenly got strong, smart, ate a hamburger with hot chips and opted for a roll in the dunes with some sexy beast they met at the gym over sipping herbal tea and toiling through the dark early hours glued to their social media screens, or in the Esoteric sweatshop working up the College of UM’s promotional curriculum…