by Arianne Kasi, with the support of Alison Greig
Since she was in her late teens, Natalie Benhayon has provided many means of support to the wider community, and one of those being Youth Groups held in 2009-2011.
Natalie reflects to me what living as an empowered true woman can be in the world today – loving, respectful, caring, sassy, beautiful and more… I see her dedicating each day to living more of who she is and bringing that to the world. She takes on the responsibility that she is here to role model the qualities of a woman and that of a living way, with no self-aggrandizement, showing that it is possible to live who you truly are.
Natalie Benhayon has based her life on supporting people and addressing pressing societal issues. As such, she inaugurated Youth Groups in response to a group of concerned parents who were seeking support for their children entering high school, with all the intensity that transition brings.
Natalie’s impulse for these groups was entirely to support the parents and teens who had called for assistance.
In an offensive attempt to attack her good work and also denigrate her person, Natalie Benhayon has been targeted by Esther Rockett who has accused her of beginning these Youth Groups as a marketing ploy and an opportunity to collect ‘dirt’ on the teenagers and parents who attend Universal Medicine events. However, these allegations could not be further from the truth and are a part of Esther Rockett’s design to create moral panic around Universal Medicine, where there ought to be none, as quite simply there is nothing to be concerned about.
I wish to share a personal account of Natalie Benhayon’s Youth Groups in order to expose Esther Rockett’s lies with real life experience – that would be the real evidence that in contrast Esther Rockett has none of – and to share the importance of such Groups in the world today.
Who is conducting this campaign of abuse?
This abuse sits against a background of a 3-year cyber abuse campaign against Serge Benhayon and his entire family. These cyber-bullies, Esther Rockett and her associate Lance Martin, have sought to spread the most vile and malicious accusations about the Benhayon family and all their businesses, as well as anyone affiliated with them on the internet. This has seen the most heinous accusations, such as grooming, paedophilia, money laundering, child sexual abuse, and much more hurled at these people, with no facts to support them.
Why have they done this?
It is hard to bring sense to anyone spreading these kinds of malicious lies online, but the internet allows the most vile material to be posted, so partly the answer must be: ‘Because they can’.
The internet is being used by cyber-bullies daily to further their anti-social conduct and allows conduct that would not be allowed in the schoolyard playground to be engaged in without regulation – Government has seemingly shown no initiative to effectively counter this abuse.
The unchecked internet environment has given Lance Martin’s personal vendetta against Serge Benhayon free reign, with an intention to harm Serge Benhayon stated by Lance Martin in different ways many times. In one example of many, he states:
“Just let it be know that the sting may have gone, but the resolve hasn’t. Bringing you down is a commitment and it will happen”
And Esther Rockett’s blog sites have provided the perfect avenue as she jumped on Martin’s bandwagon.
This campaign is based on revenge, and therefore has no roots in truth. There is no evidence to back the lies that Rockett and Martin have spread, nor any victims to come forward, which is why every single one of their 20+ government complaints about Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine have been dismissed, and Rockett has admitted that one government authority actually considered her to be a ‘windbag/nuisance’.
How can we stop the tide of abuse?
In a time of great upheaval in the world today, with skyrocketing rates of illness and disease, war, abuse, rape, self-harm, alcohol and drug abuse, temporal and societal pressures, cyber-bullying, and much more; one only needs to look at the global statistics to be shocked into asking “what is going on?”… Until we do so, we conveniently live in our own bubble, not considering the true state of humanity. If we look at the world today, we have to admit that something is not working, something is not right and also that perhaps we need to work together to bring needed change.
A 2004 study by a team from the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, and the University of Manchester had already heralded a sharp decline in the mental health of teenagers in Great Britain and presented that the likelihood that 15-year-olds will have behavioural problems such as lying, stealing and being disobedient had more than doubled over the previous 25 years. Additionally, emotional problems such as anxiety and depression had increased by 70% among adolescents and that girls were most likely to suffer emotional problems. This study was disturbingly in line with a World Health Organisation warning in 2003 that the fastest-growing mental health problems in the world, and particularly in the developed world, was among adolescents. (1)
This trend has not been reversed in the decade following that study. The following statistics are a tiny snapshot of what our youth are experiencing –
- 7 out of 10 girls suffer low self-esteem and then are more likely to engage in negative activities like cutting, bullying, smoking, drinking, or disordered eating. (2)
- Such is the pressure on boys to have the right kind of body that 38% of boys in middle school and high school reported using protein supplements and some admitted to experimenting with steroids. (2)
- Many kids now report to being bullied online – close to 43% – and kids who are bullied are 2 to 9 times more likely to consider committing suicide (3).
- For young people one of the highest causes of death is suicide (4). Reports suggest that suicide accounts for 17.8 per cent of deaths in the 15-19 year age group and nearly a quarter of all deaths in the 20-24 year age group. (5)
These should not be seen just as numbers, these statistics are about real people and in particular teenagers that are finding it hard to deal with the world they are facing. There is a need for support and it is clear that we need to do more.
As a teenager, I was lucky enough to come across Universal Medicine, an organisation that is presenting on true wellbeing and health: an organisation that is pushing the bounds and perceptions of what we think ‘life’ and true health is, and presents that there is so much more to life than we currently accept.
Universal Medicine presents that there is another way for us to live in love, truth, health, harmony, vitality, brotherhood, stillness and joy, with the founding notion that we are all equal, and therefore hold an equal responsibility.
These principles now support me in my life as a 19-year-old living in the world today, studying, working and learning to be in the world all at once. These principles were also presented to me through the Youth Groups that were offered privately by Natalie Benhayon from 2009-2011.
From the foundation of these Youth Groups and what was offered, I have been able to adjust my life and live in a more self-honouring, caring and loving way, rather than being swept up and lost in the dark chasm that the teenage years can otherwise be; filled with lack of commitment, purpose and more so filled with abuse and wasted time.
I have therefore been able to make much more considered choices, to present maturity and wisdom beyond my years and to set up my life accordingly with a career, commitment to work, good relationships and a true future carved forward.
Contrary to the lies spread by Esther Rockett and small sections of the media who appear to have taken up the lies concocted by her and her cohorts without question, my experience with Universal Medicine and the Benhayon family has only been beneficial and unique in the world today.
Nowhere else have I experienced such support, nor have I been presented the greater truths about life.
Attending the Youth Groups run by Natalie Benhayon
I began attending Universal Medicine events around the year of 2009. I was about 14 years old and in year 7. I initially began attending Universal Medicine events with my mother, by choice, and have continued until this day.
Through Universal Medicine I was introduced to Natalie Benhayon. Her depth of wisdom, strength and power inspired me, and in recognising a true woman role model in the world today, I really wanted to attend support groups with her.
Natalie Benhayon inaugurated the Youth Groups to support teenagers and young adults after requests from parents to do so and after recognising how intense the environment can be for teenagers and that the support needed was not available in her local community. Such youth groups are invaluable, and in my experience I would say they are necessary for every single teenager growing up.
These groups were conducted at the Universal Medicine clinic in Goonellabah and some private homes with parental support.
As indicated above, Natalie Benhayon’s Youth Groups have been under attack from Esther Rockett who has had absolutely NO knowledge or experience of their value to any of the teens who attended and has no experience or actual information that would allow her to make any assessment of what the groups involved or the benefit that was experienced by those who attended.
Esther Rockett has implied that the teens who attended these groups were somehow coerced or unthinkingly and blindly went along with what she characterises as a ‘dangerous’ activity.
As someone who actually attended the Youth Groups held by Natalie Benhayon from 2009-2011, I do have the experience and authority from which to speak of these groups, unlike Esther Rockett who has zero experience and zero authority on this matter.
Importantly, I was never forced to attend these groups and I never needed persuading – I chose to attend every event and it was a sheer joy to spend time with Natalie. I am grateful that my mother supported me in what I wanted to do, as it was my mother who approved that I go and she would take me and pick me up. My mother consented to my attendance and continued to do so as she recognised that this contained many benefits to my wellbeing.
My experience is important and reflects the experience of the other young people who attended Natalie’s Youth Groups, which were an avenue for true support in my life.
There was no obligation or expectations; I was free to attend when I felt to, or not to attend when I did not, I was also free to choose to no longer attend if I wanted to. There was no expectation for me to be perfect, or to have ‘dealt’ with whatever we had talked about in between monthly meet ups, it was just a space to receive support… and this was open to anyone who was interested – both boys and girls.
It was very confidential and professional on Natalie’s part, and so we felt very safe to express. In turn, I received support in how to deal with issues at hand and it was better than talking to an adult, as Natalie Benhayon was young and accessible with similar experiences that she had learnt from and could now share her wisdom about.
It was not about solutions or answers; it was about helping us to get to the true root of whatever issues we were dealing with and to learn to live in another more honouring and loving way with ourselves.
Youth groups are a very normal thing in the world today,
however sadly not more common.
Of concern, Esther Rockett has attacked Natalie Benhayon and this group of teenagers for no other reason than to serve her hate-campaign against Serge Benhayon.
Careless in her approach and careless in her cause, Esther Rockett cares about no one she lies about. It makes a mockery of her claiming the title ‘child safety advocate’. I imagine that a real ‘child safety advocate’ would be considering the impact of their actions on young people, not intentionally mis-using and abusing them to serve another personal and destructive agenda.
So when I see attacks on Natalie Benhayon for her invaluable support work with myself and other young teens I am compelled to speak up. Esther Rockett appears to have sought fame to be a hate blogger, cyber-bully and cyber-troll. Usually not something one wants to be ‘famous’ for – but in this era – it seems people are trying to make anything roll.
Esther Rockett knows nothing about the Youth Groups I attended but has made up lies about them
Esther Rockett has attempted to poison what is offered by Natalie Benhayon in the following terms:
“Natalie Benhayon conducted youth groups in schools where she talked to children aged 12 years and up about drug and alcohol use and sex – introducing youngsters to the cult of confession, which aims to reduce personal boundaries and make the subjects more vulnerable to exploitation and indoctrination.”
How she turned a supportive and caring experience into a ‘cult of confession’ that was attempting to ‘exploit and indoctrinate’ is impossible to understand.
She has repeatedly made such comments obviously adhering to the principle that if matters are repeated often enough, mud will stick.
There was no exploitation, each of us was offered much through attending, there was nothing that we had to share or felt compelled to ‘confess’, and we were supported to develop greater support with each other.
Esther Rockett has cunningly created this comment to strike fear into the reader, and portray Natalie as a dangerous ‘cult’ person who is going to harm ‘personal boundaries’, although she makes this accusation with no explanation of how this could possibly be achieved.
It sounds scary, it sounds dangerous, but that is what this cunning intends. Esther Rockett can in no way find a single person harmed in any way, only those who are saying how important Natalie Benhayon’s groups were to their development.
Esther Rockett makes up facts and descriptions that are the complete opposite from the truth. For a start, I can provide Esther Rockett with some actual facts, facts she has missed or deliberately ignored or maliciously manipulated:
1. Rockett claimed that the groups were part of ‘infiltrating schools’, but Natalie did not conduct youth groups in schools.
The Youth Groups were held in a professional setting on the grounds of the Universal Medicine clinic in Goonellabah, NSW, with pre-consenting teenagers and parents. Some were held in homes of responsible adults. Each person who attended chose to attend.
It is ridiculous that Esther Rockett loads her criticism with an intended air of danger with a reference to ‘infiltrating’ as if there is some covert or secretive plan being undertaken. It is a completely false story anyway, but only added to bring an air of danger and fear to what is something any school would benefit from.
2. Natalie did not only speak about “drug and alcohol use and sex”.
To suggest that “drug and alcohol use and sex” was the focus is a nasty slight that is intended to suggest that speaking of such things is concerning. However, there was no agenda – it was what each person brought to the group and what we wanted to speak about that we talked about, we certainly did not focus on those topics.
Isolating “drug and alcohol use and sex” is so wrong. These are topics that are important and need to be addressed amongst teenagers and spoken about generally in society – BUT Rockett has used this suggested focus to portray a false ‘picture’ of Natalie Benhayon, and to support the other false sexual accusations and those where she has even gone so far as to suggest Natalie Benhayon has been ‘grooming’ teens for her father.
All these accusations expose the fact that Esther Rockett does not care about kids and what is important for kids and what affects their lives.
3. There was no “cult of confession” – whatever that is.
Whatever Rockett means by this is a bit of a mystery. Although it seems to be an attempt to imply a bizarre kind of confessional that is somehow risky and dangerous. I have to say that there was nothing I ‘needed’ to say – I expressed what I felt to, and if I did not want to express something I did not, there was no pressure.
What was great was being given a supportive environment so that we could speak about what was important to us. There was no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ and I actually learnt about the importance of honesty, and how healing that can be for myself and relationships, and that it was okay to express anything and everything that I felt to.
Esther Rockett has simply tried to make this simple and helpful experience sound sordid.
4. There was no aim “to reduce personal boundaries” –
Natalie’s groups were about empowerment, and to provide an avenue where we teenagers could express all that we were bottling up, in order to get true support.
By expressing, I actually let go of a lot of protection that I held to hold people out… I actually began to trust people and feel that I am worthy and that what I have to say is important/valuable. No one was ‘better or less than’ in the group.
Esther Rockett has made all sorts of claims in her hate blogs about “personal boundary transgressions” and I guess this is her building this story into her own warped narrative.
Rockett’s manipulations are transparent – trying to suggest that a warm supportive teenage support group somehow “reduces personal boundaries” has absolutely no merit as there is no psychological evidence of any such thing and nor is there anyone who would support her ridiculous claims.
Again, stated if only for Esther Rockett’s benefit: the teens who attended are thriving, so where is your evidence of harm Esther Rockett?
5. There is nothing to Rockett’s false claim that anything was done to “make the subjects more vulnerable”.
Rockett has inferred that we were in some kind of danger and that vulnerability would be a risky condition. I never felt any such state that felt dangerous or risky in Natalie Benhayon’s Youth Groups. I felt confident to allow myself to become more sensitive, open in my expression and true within myself. This is a far cry from the disempowered state that Esther Rockett is trying to say occurred as a result of the groups. Everything is twisted by her to support her nasty inferences.
6. There is no “exploitation and indoctrination”.
Esther Rockett’s claims of “exploitation and indoctrination” is abusing the sensitivity of all of the teenagers she is targeting and their ability to feel, discern and express themselves.
In her vicious attacks on Natalie Benhayon and Serge Benhayon Esther Rockett loses sight of the fact that myself and other young people are caught in her crossfire. For all of us these groups were about support, building new friendships, expressing what we feel and becoming more in-tune with ourselves. It was made clear to us that it was up to us to discern whether what was presented was true for us or not, or something we would like to embrace in our lives.
By virtue of this, there could be no exploitation or indoctrination, as Natalie Benhayon shared with us that the tool to expose if anything felt wrong or false is our ability to really feel for ourselves what we were being presented, and we were encouraged to really develop that ability. Therefore, if anything occurred that was not true in the group we would be very sensitive to smell out the rat.
But there was no falsity, and in turn these monthly meetings were a highly anticipated and enjoyed event by all involved. At the end of every event I felt empowered to handle going back into the intensity of life, knowing also that there would be another meeting in a month’s time to check in. This consistency of support allowed us to feel that we are not doing it alone, and that people truly care.
My experience has shown me that I can completely trust how true Natalie Benhayon and all of her family are, and how consistently they live. They have only ever been confirming, supporting, empowering and NEVER degrading, judgmental, abusive or dismissive. They support everyone equally, something that in my observations of events, Esther Rockett is clearly displaying the opposite of.
Esther Rockett is really attacking the teenagers through her malicious postings
A key point here is that Esther Rockett has absolutely NO experience of these Youth Groups, probably only hearing about them recently. However she has assigned herself the authority to make up accusations about what they were about, without any prior knowledge of what they were truly about.
Esther Rockett has falsely accused Natalie Benhayon’s Youth Groups to be of harm to the individuals involved with no awareness or understanding of the support these groups have given those who attended and certainly missing how necessary they are in the world today. It seems Rockett and her gang cannot see out of their window to see where the world is at, and that people are struggling to get by.
What Esther Rockett appears to be ignorant of is that her attacks on the Youth Groups and the malicious comments about them is actually an attack on myself and others who attended as teenagers.
Esther Rockett has continuously posted online that the teenagers who attend Universal Medicine events are brainwashed and victims of abuse. Victims of what abuse? She has actually NEVER met us, and these false allegations are clearly just a scare tactic to spread fear and outrage to the public.
It is insulting to say the least to be a called a victim of abuse, to have our names falsely tainted and to be given a false image of being brainwashed victims when in fact we are all empowered teenagers in our own right – thriving in the world today. Again how can someone who is so patently abusing teenagers claim herself to be a child-safety advocate?
We have experienced no abuse from Universal Medicine. We all love attending Universal Medicine events, and have only benefited from the experience.
After a few of the teenagers who have attended events held by Natalie Benhayon and Serge Benhayon stood up against this tide of abuse from Esther Rockett (and her associates), to speak from the authority of our own experience and truth to state that:
We are clearly not victims of abuse, and we will not be condemned to this false image, nor succumb to this abuse…
Esther Rockett followed on by sarcastically discounting our testimonials by saying we could not have written these ourselves and in turn questioning our authority. Additionally, this was an offensive attempt to discount our sensitivity of feeling what is true or not, all to feed her campaign of lies, and to further her notion that we are somehow ‘brainwashed’ and incompetent.
One of our greatest failures in society is not creating a system that supports our young people to grow up and live who they truly are. Therefore, when Rockett accuses us of not having any authority, she is abusing every teenager to say that they cannot recognise falsity from truth, that their voice is inconsequential (or has no value), and that they as an individual are at the mercy of all others… this is the opposite of true support and empowerment.
So Rockett claims herself to be a ‘child safety advocate’, yet abuses people of all ages, undermines teenagers and a support group for them, and lives everyday as an active cyber-bully? Go figure.
The reality of school and what really took place
Like many teenagers I experienced many challenging things. These included: being raised by a single parent; a difficult relationship with my divorced parents; moving houses, areas and schools multiple times; plus the typical challenges at school (not so much a concern about grades, but in regards to the school environment) and all the high school dynamics of cliques, groups, relationships, popularity contests, etc., in addition to not knowing how to deal with all the pressures, expectations, and pictures of school and in life, and more…
My life, like that of other teens was intense, and the Youth Groups with Natalie Benhayon were a place where I could really learn to handle that intensity. This is something we all need – true caring support that shows us a way through.
At the time I was experiencing the intensity of my first year at high school when I first attended the Youth Groups. There is a lot going on at that time for any teenager, such as:
- the pressure to fit in;
- ideals around beauty and what you should look like; cliques defining friendships that were more about classing people according to similarities, gossip, how interesting you were, how funny and possibly how good looking you were rather than true connection;
- feeling shy, intimidated and anxious; success being based upon competition about how great your academic results were or how you looked and performed or how you dressed and not on who you naturally felt yourself to be;
- bullying and peer pressure;
Later on at school there was the pressure of alcohol, drugs and parties and attending these parties became a large determining factor of friendships, ‘cool’ status, and your ability to ‘have fun’. Other really challenging things are the pressures to engage in ‘sexting’ and sex, often with no emotional connection.
It’s no wonder there is an increase in depression, anxiety and self-harming behaviours for teenagers.
What is concerning is that parents take their children to school with an ignorant perception that they will be ‘looked after’. For all the experiences that most teenagers experience at school, it ends up being a time where we lose touch with who we are on the inside, and put on an external mask as we make it all about what we look like and how we perform on the outside.
In this attempt to fulfil this outer role, we disconnect with our natural rhythms of self-care, self-honouring and fostering who we are. We are actually not taught these basic and essential life skills in school.
What sort of support do we have for teenagers who are all dealing with this sort of intensity every day? Very little – there may be school counsellors, that no one feels comfortable talking to, our friends are all under the same pressures, and most of us avoid our parents. We are just left to ‘deal with it’, and pretend that it is ‘all okay’. But that is so far from okay.
Into this intensity for me came Natalie Benhayon’s Youth Groups…
So how is this so different to what we are taught at school?
To expand on my previous clear blog testimony about Natalie Benhayon’s Youth Groups, I wish to offer a full account of what occurred and what was experienced to put to rest all Esther Rockett’s false accusations – with true evidence.
Natalie Benhayon’s presentations were about real and everyday things. It was about who we are, not what we did.
Natalie covered many vast topics, and we had very in-depth conversations about: health, wellbeing, caring for ourselves, communication and expression, the importance of doing what we feel is true, school and what was challenging for us, our ability to feel, ideals and beliefs we may be run by, the difference between self-loving choices and disregard, what we settle for, the quality of our relationships, and much more. Natalie offered us the space to express all of this, and offered us practical tools as well as the energetic sciences and understandings of what was occurring.
It began with the understanding of our ability to feel everything; that we are sensitive, that “Everything is energy – therefore, everything is because of energy” (a living principle presented by Serge Benhayon), and about the importance of living who we truly are in a world that does not foster this. I was introduced to true honesty, expression, letting people know what was truly going on and seeking support, as well as voicing all the things we often find hard to express.
As an example, we had presentations about communication and expression – this covered the importance of expressing how we truly feel when someone asks us “how are you”, and letting people know what is going on for us so that they know how to respond and support us in full, and that “I’m okay” usually doesn’t truly represent how we feel. We were presented that if we hold things back and do not express them, then this bottles up inside of us and reduces our ability to observe and understand situations, and instead may lead us to become very reactive and feel like we can’t handle life.
What Natalie Benhayon and Serge Benhayon have presented many times over is that we actually have a responsibility to live life in connection to who we are, and they live as an example of what this looks like.
Natalie Benhayon provided me the space and time to connect back to myself. I learnt a lot out of each experience, and brought it back into my life to try out. This offered me the support to unfold in my own time, and to have all the resources, understandings and tools to connect back to me.
Natalie was a huge reason as to why I was able to handle and cope in school, and for me not to go into deep anxiousness, depression or harming behaviours such as drinking, taking drugs or sleeping around. In turn, I have built a level of self-respect and love that has become my standard and is the quality I hold myself in. I have consistently observed Natalie Benhayon even after the Youth Groups, and hold her as a dear friend, role model and woman in my life, and she has consistently been there for me, and equally to everyone.
Is this not exactly what is needed in society? Is this not the missing element to school?
Would support groups like this not lead to less alcohol and drug abuse, less sleeping around, less gaming, pornography, sexting and self-harm? To me these behaviours scream “I cannot deal with the intensity of the world – I just want to escape – help!” Could the increase in such stimulating and excessive behaviours be a way to escape, distract and numb out the intensity?
We should not ever accept such abusive behaviours to occur, especially to our young. We need more age appropriate support systems, because the age for these behaviours is decreasing, for example I have heard people at age 13 – having sex, trying out drugs, smoking cigarettes, sexting, etc.
The problem is nobody is saying that what is going on is not okay and openly communicating this in a way that teenagers can relate to and share about. No one is saying that what is going on is not natural for us to endure, and that support is required. And this is one of our downfalls. I feel that the teenagers of today are more online than offline, yet more disengaged than engaged. But when will we stop to ask what is really going on and generate true discussions to address these issues? We need to open up a conversation in society.
Our teenagers are the face of our future. We need to truly foster our youth, in order to guarantee a true and positive future.
Are we raising kids to be empowered, expressive, influential and active members of our globe OR are we currently raising kids to be exhausted, emotional, dismissive, disconnected and disconcerted members of our globe?
Our future is in our hands now.
Natalie Benhayon has been one person who has initiated true support in this area, a role model to follow who considers the bigger picture, and who considers the state of humanity and where we are going…
Natalie Benhayon should be presenting in schools and on the big stage, I wish she were… for true change would then truly occur.
Natalie Benhayon has dedicated her life to supporting others and this sort of service needs to be acknowledged in our community, celebrated in fact, and supported in full. Natalie Benhayon’s Youth Groups held in 2009-2011 were an invaluable support, and in my opinion, would be beneficial in every school. I hold Natalie Benhayon as a true inspiration and role model in our world today.
Additionally, it is from the inspiration of Serge Benhayon that this work has been possible, and I thank Serge eternally for inaugurating Universal Medicine as the true and needed company that it is.
It is deeply insensitive that Esther Rockett is attacking a person and an initiative that was there to support our youth. What needs to be addressed is how Esther Rockett has been able to denigrate and attack an invaluable community-based initiative, given the critical state of our teenagers’ health. True care is what is needed in our society today, not the lies, cyber-abuse, and cyber-bullying Esther Rockett has brought into this arena.
It is a result of the incredible support I have received from Natalie Benhayon and her Youth Groups, as well as the teachings of Serge Benhayon that have helped me to develop into the committed, loving and thriving woman I am today – I have them to thank for this.
I write here now to state it plain and simply: The only abuse I have experienced is from Esther Rockett, a woman who knows nothing about me, nothing about Natalie Benhayon or her Youth Groups, has never even met me, and has no real information about Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon, but relies instead upon made up accusations, since her only experience of Universal Medicine was a handful of healing sessions and a workshop that she attended over a decade ago – insubstantial and out-dated information at best.
Therefore, Esther Rockett has no authority or foundation to speak from, and hence simply lies – knowingly so.
- Bunting, M. (2004, September 14). Today’s youth: anxious, depressed, anti-social. The Guardian. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2004/sep/13/childrensservices.mentalhealth
- http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/0/47E19CA15036B04BCA2577570014668B?Opendocument ; and http://www.mentalhealth.wa.gov.au/mental_illness_and_health/youth_mentalhealth.aspx