Expanding Medicine by Introducing the Energetic Factor

by Eunice J Minford MA FRCS Ed, Consultant General Surgeon, N. Ireland 

This site is dedicated to sharing stories, articles and interviews that bring a reality to the statement that ‘the marriage of Western Medicine and Esoteric Medicine will be the greatest union that will serve humanity’. Many people have shared how they have utilised both Western Medicine and Esoteric Medicine together to transform their health conditions.

In this interview Serge Benhayon expands further on how the esoteric understandings can expand the whole sphere of medicine and introduces the energetic factor that is not yet part of the Western Medical paradigm. This brings a higher level of responsibility to our discussions on health and wellbeing – but given the current rates of illness and disease, the time is surely overdue for such discussions.

How do the esoteric modalities work? Is there more for us to learn about how to truly care for our bodies and what being responsible really means? Is our way of living both the problem and the answer?  Come and listen and be inspired to care deeply for your body and yourself….

 

 

Disclaimer: The information shared in this interview is based on Esoteric Medicine and goes beyond what is currently known and accepted in evidenced based Western Medicine and it is for the viewer to discern if what is shared is true, or could possibly be true or not. This interview does not constitute medical advice and if you have any concerns regarding your health please see your doctor.

Eunice Minford works a Consultant General Surgeon in full accordance with the principles of Western Medicine.

She has found personal benefit to her own health and wellbeing from applying the esoteric teachings and having esoteric healing and has observed the same in many others. She shares her personal experience, supported by science, religious and philosophical understandings through blogs and interviews for consideration as a possible way forward for a truly holistic understanding of the human being, illness, disease, health and healing. These understandings go beyond Western Medicine and do not constitute medical advice and it is for the listener/reader to discern if what is offered is, or could be true or not.  If you have any health concerns please see your doctor.

 

683 thoughts on “Expanding Medicine by Introducing the Energetic Factor

  1. This interview bought insight in to how our bodies can truly heal. I can also understand how people can miss interpret what is being presented here too. I recall a reaction in me when a disease was mentioned and I automatically became angry, and the funny thing is I don’t even have this condition either. I went into being ‘blamed’ and yet Serge elaborated and the key for me, is being responsible and at the end of the day, it was that, I was reacting to.

    Once I was reluctant to go to medicine but many a times I had no choice but to go to medicine to heal me. Only to go back again, I was a frequent offender, and not actually playing my part in the healing process.

    There is much wisdom in how healing our bodies involves two crucial things, the medicine and you, it is that simple. And since experiencing Esoteric Medicine, I play my part in my own healing and get the support from both Western and Esoteric Medicine too. I can feel the difference in how my body heals now.

  2. I can totally understand the disquiet and resistance that may arise when something that shakes out of our comfort of our ‘truth’ gets presented to show us there’s more and perhaps our ‘truth’ is not it after all, and that possibility of more-ness is exactly what I can feel in this conversation. And this more-ness is simply asking us to claim the more of what is already ours to claim by nature, and not to accept the reduction that we have been accustomed to.

    1. Fumiyo, I had a pang of reaction when I was watching a section of the video and if you really carefully listen to the words, there is no blame, there is nothing. Esoteric Medicine is simply asking you to be a part of the healing instead of just getting the body fixed. Could it be that simple? Absolutely!…

  3. Can we say that medicine is enough as it is? Are we not seeing the difficulties as it struggles to cope with the rising levels of ill health. To combine it with esoteric healing would certainly expand it’s reach and capacity, bringing the best of both worlds together.

  4. I’ve always instinctively felt that there are underlying reasons for illnesses, we know the common saying that someone is “run down” meaning they have been running themselves ragged and the consequences are often a sickness like a virus. Having worked with Esoteric Medicine now for a few years what I have learnt is a more specific understanding of how things manifest in terms of ill health and why, alongside the body awareness to bring a deeper self care into my everyday life. I have found the whole experience with Universal Medicine very common sense.

  5. It is because of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine that I now embrace and welcome western medicine into my life. Recently I got into a conversation with a gentleman who by the way had not come across Universal Medicine and he shared openly how he had lost trust in the National Health Service in the UK. As he was ageing he said he was going more and more alternative in his choices. It reminded me of how I used to be and the changes I have made to where I am today supporting myself and my family without hesitation to go and seek support from my GP if necessary. It reminded me of how dismissive and anti-medicine I was to the detriment of myself and my family. I appreciate and am very grateful to Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine supporting me to let go of the beliefs I was holding that were getting in the way of a supportive and open relationship I have now with western medicine.

  6. For me, Universal Medicine and the Esoteric Healing modalities have joined all the illness and sickness dots. It simply makes sense, even though greater responsibility is needed as a result.

  7. If I was to write someone a prescription for their health, the first suggestion would be to listen to their body, as Serge Benhayon has been presenting for the last 20 years. It makes sense to listen to the messages from our body, after all it is the vehicle which patiently carries us from birth to through to our last breath, and if cared for deeply it will have a much easier job to than the one many of us inflict on it. When it comes to caring for our body, Serge is offering humanity another way of living, one where our mind takes second place to the innate wisdom our body naturally holds, and is always sharing; all we have to do is make the choice to listen – or not.

    1. We really need to question the intelligence we live from when we neglect our bodies, but take immaculate care of our cars or homes – both of which are replaceable! It’s good common sense to listen to our body as part of our self care, it’s the only one we have.

      1. I know a few people who definitely care for their possessions more than they do for their bodies, but I know that if I was to question whether this was an intelligent choice, they would not consider their choice to do so to be abnormal in the least. This is the perfect example of not trying to get them to understand the implications of their choices, but instead to simply continue to live how I live, where the care of my body comes first, and maybe somewhere down the track they may just be inspired – or maybe not! No expectations.

  8. How unique it is to not judge and not feel above or more special than another. To feel tender and gentle and see others the same. This in itself is super inspiring and proof of The Livingness from the heart and the embodiment of what love means.. How could you knock this, it does not make sense?

  9. One day we will all wonder how we could have medicine that did not include the energy factor. A bit like how those in the middle ages must have wondered how they had chosen to believe the Earth was flat. Once you see it, it’s hard to believe that one didn’t see it before.

  10. I learned from Serge to work together with the doctors in times I was needing medical support.
    With an open heart to work together.
    I have a lot of respect for doctors. The long studies they did, the amazing work we can not to without since the world is at this current state.
    Also I have deep respect And huge love for Serge Benhayon. The presenter of Esoteric Medicine.
    This brings us to a deep understanding of why we got ill anyway.
    From there we can let go our attitude that our ill symptoms need to be solved, but start to work together with the doctors.

  11. Once you understand that there is always an energetic element to everything we witness in our world, it becomes plainly obvious that it simply does not make sense to approach any aspect of life without considering the energetic factor involved.

  12. So true – where is the logic in using rats in a controlled environment as an evidence to prove a theory about how human beings would respond to certain things? I just love how Serge Benhayon breaks down what we have accepted for all along and makes sense of everything.

    1. I find looking at humans on a strictly physical, physiological and behavioural level without considering the energetic dynamics immensely limiting and restrictive in the depth of understanding we can reach. Then we seem to have gone to yet another level of questionable wisdom, with the choice of focusing on what we observe in other species (in gross unnatural circumstances may I add), in corpses (although we know physical changes take place on passing over), and in those who are not a great representation of health to start with, and thinking we have expanded our understanding of how to live as a healthy human being.

  13. Western Medicine has changed dramatically over the years – advancement in understanding more of the human body, new techniques and equipment. People are also getting sicker and disease rates are on the increase exponentially. It is obvious that there is something missing in this equation -as everything is energy, it makes sense that awareness to the underlying energetic state of everything will bring another depth to Western Medicine.

  14. Our current understanding of medicine is good, in fact, the level of sophistication in surgery is amazing and quite incredible with what can be achieved, but it’s still a fragmented picture with symptoms being managed and only the part that’s diseased, or broken being looked at. Introduce the energetic factor with our current form of medicine and we get the whole picture, the whole person included and every last strand of detail that can really support individuals to fully heal. The magic of modern medicine combined with the energetic factor really makes a formula to healing that is something special.

  15. Energy – the missing link. If we consider the fact that energy flows through our body, naturally so, then when that flow is disturbed there is bound to be a consequence. What universal medicine presents is that this disturbance in flow of energy is the potential root cause of illness and disease.

  16. Having combined Esoteric Medicine with Conventional medicine for me has felt like I have truly healed from various conditions rather than just shaving the top off and having the same energy resurface as something else much more nasty later on.

  17. If everything in life is energy, then so too our our emotions, reactions, behaviours and the way we live & move. The consequence of all this energy is played out in our body – seen as disease and illness or good health. It is impossible then to not see how there is a relationship, a common factor between energy and disease. Recognising how we live and the relationship we have with our body is consequential to the disease process, assist us to understand the root cause of diseases, that offers opportunity to arrest the ill energy and have a complete healing.

  18. Medicine knows how to treat people, not perfectly but it knows it very well. Where it may be useful to understand more might be to understand how patients can make the best use of this amazing resource.

  19. When bringing in the understanding of energy in all things medical, for me, everything makes more sense. It explains why we get the ailments, illnesses and the diseases that we do and from there, with the support of traditional medicine, we can address the underlying causes and heal.

  20. A fascinating discussion of the power of understanding energy in the underlying cause of illness and disease and healing the whole body, physical and energetic.

  21. We don’t just get an illness and disease by chance or bad luck and although Western Medicine keeps advancing to try and cope with the ever rise in illness and disease, it does need a partner in crime so to speak to fill in the gaps it cannot answer and that’s where the energetic factor comes in and is very much needed.

  22. The title says it all: that we can have a much more expansive view of medicine when we consider the bigger picture.. what are the energetic factors at play that underlie our health conditions? And how does an understanding of energy help to resolve them? It is only by taking an all encompassing view of our health and bodies that we will get to an understanding of why we feel the way we do, and why certain conditions manifest in the body- not ‘out of nowhere’ nor by luck nor chance.. always a product of our choices and the energy we choose to align to.

  23. I think there is much we can learn about what it is to truly care for our body and be responsible in life, a learning that never ends, and with our body we have an inbuilt guide to keep learning from…

  24. And beyond we need to go, beyond what we know and are familiar with, beyond the limitations of our concepts and solutions that work to a point but also limit us in seeing more… if we want to get to the real answers that shed a light on the greater machinations at play.

    1. Yes, and one of the best ways may be is to simply receive with our eyes and be honest about what we receive and to repeat this process.

  25. The phrase ‘life is medicine’ (and vice versa) invites us to understand life as a healing process whereby healing and evolving are meaning the same and or are intertwined and can not ever be separated. This raises the question what our original un-healthiness is, healthy relating to being whole and thus un-healthy to not being whole, ie. not being the all that we are. Healing then is a process of return to the wholeness we once lived and so is evolution until we re-join the whole and expand it.

    1. When I consider how I lived life before coming across Universal Medicine and how I felt I was relatively healthy, using the yardstick of what I thought ill health to be I was capped in my way of thinking. I did not truly consider living with tension and lack of self-worth as unhealthy. I simply just dismissed it. When we consider ‘life is medicine’ then we cannot dismiss anything in life that isn’t harmonious.

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