Gold Coast ‘Behaviour Specialist & Counsellor” Tanya Curtis is the latest Universal Medicine cult member to front an undisclosed cult recruitment drive marketed as a conference. The speakers include cult leader, and unqualified founder of Esoteric mind-fuck psychology, Serge Benhayon, and a laundry list of ardent yes artists all lined up to promote the malignant commercial scam he’s taken to calling a religion.
UPDATE: The conference venue has suddenly changed from Bond University to the Mercure Resort at Carrara.
We wonder if that has anything to do with Bond University receiving a notification featuring images of Serge Benhayon performing Deeper Femaleness, with his hand on a woman’s vulva calling it a healing for sexual abuse, and bunch of quotes from his self published tomes. We imagine the cult will blame us and call our notifications containing material the cult prefers not to disclose as ‘hate’, but if they want to blame someone, they should blame Serge for producing expensive, noxious rubbish that the public finds unacceptable.
Esoteric Psychology – unmitigated destruction
Our regular readers know that the Universal Medicine version of Psychological Well-being is another hashed up SergeSpeak platitude, which when put through the reality tester translator, comes out as ‘inordinate level of emotional shutdown and antisocial brainwashing courtesy of bogan messiah, Serge Benhayon.’
Readers only need read a few posts on this site to understand how damaging his covert programming is – from dehumanized insensitivity to death, to moral judgement of those with disease, to the family fracturing effects of Esoteric parenting, to annihilation of compassion, to gender divisiveness, to routine personal boundary transgressions, to passive aggressive, emotionless love.
Benhayon’s covertly hypnotized investors call that mess being ‘connected’ and ‘loving’, and are busy deifying the misanthropic philistine and trying to get his Livingness death drive granted tax exempt status as a religion.
We’re trying to have the harm stopped.
Esoteric transparency – Cult? Who us?
We saw what happened when the Universal Medicine cult tried to stage a cyberbullying conference in December last year. Organizer, Sarah Davis, neglected to tell invited speakers of Real Media Real Change’s cult backing or of the group’s hostility to free speech. When notified, eight out of ten high profile speakers cancelled, to be replaced with cult ring-ins.
The Psychological Well-being conference to be held at
Bond University, the Mercure Resort on the Gold Coast on December 9, 2013, is less ambitious. They’ve not attempted to recruit speakers who aren’t in the cult, and the result is a line up of nobodies, remarkable only for their misplaced worship of Serge Benhayon, cult leader and bullshit artist supreme.
The publicity makes an appeal to healthcare professionals, but only the truly dimwitted attend a day long conference that doesn’t gain Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points. And only the truly dimwitted would attend such an event without first running a Google check of the speakers. At the top of the bill, unqualified ex bankrupt, Serge Benhayon, appears in Google searches as a cult leader and a dangerous clown – renowned for teaching molestation of sexual abuse victims as ‘healing’, and his rape and murder apologism.
As for ‘the practical approach gaining significant results with clients’, the publicity doesn’t tell us what it is, who devised it and that the clients getting ‘results’ are cult members whose health is declining while their relationships are falling apart and their assets are disappearing into the Church of $erge.
The conference is a stab at gaining new recruits via slick marketing and zero substance – which is Universal Medicine all over. It’s also an undeniable attempt to get more money out of current adherents and to channel the funds through Benhayon’s tax exempt charity, the College of Universal Medicine, which has successfully raised millions to improve Benhayon’s property holdings. Publicity states that proceeds go to charity, but typical of Esoteric transparency, conveniently fails to mention which. We see it as our job to make sure the unwary know what they’re in for and where their money will end up.
A conference of sycophants – the speakers
Don’t expect variety in the conference content. It’ll be yet another obscene performance of Serge worship by a bunch of grasping recruiters.
The conference blurb on counsellor and cult member, Tanya Curtis, states that she comes from the premise that “People are not broken, they are already amazing”, thus our role as practitioners is not to fix a person, rather to support people to clear what does not feel so great which will allow them to express their true self.
In other words, she follows Serge’s toxic methodology to the letter, encouraging vulnerable clients to shut down their emotions and amplify their self absorption before programming them to discard prana – life energy – to surrender to Benhayon’s death drive.
Unsurprisingly, registered cult psychologist, Caroline Raphael, who works in the room beside Serge’s at his Goonellabah headquarters has no achievements listed. She promotes herself with this line: From her experiences with Mental Health organizations and from her successful private practice she has noticed an alarming increase in the rates and severity in Mental Health Conditions.
I guarantee she has. Particularly when she actively peddles Esoteric mind-fuck psychology, including toxic parenting advice, and literally telling patients Serge Benhayon is God, telling them she can’t help them if they protest, and charging them for it.
Cult psychotherapist, Jean Gamble, is another apologist, whose work includes a faulty argument for Universal Medicine not being a cult, disproven throughout this and the FACTS blog.
Through my professional training and psychotherapy practice I am qualified to recognise brain-washing and abuse and I can state categorically that Universal Medicine is involved in neither. The level of ethics, integrity and professionalism of the Universal Medicine team is exemplary. Universal Medicine Website
Cult psychologist Marianna Masiorski, is a frequent flyer on the Serge Benhayon devotional blogs and shamelessly targets depressed people, recommending they adopt Esoteric mind-fuck and surrender their emotions and their psychological autonomy to cult programming. More of her calibre is evident in the following statement of mental illness denial – an unprofessional, dangerously naive New Age attitude which can and does cost lives. Attitudes like hers result in mentally ill patients receiving inadequate or incompetent treatment including failing to refer them for appropriate specialist treatment when necessary.
She has a passion for supporting people who think they suffer a mental illness. Marianna supports people with practical and effective skills in dealing with symptoms that exist within the body that create a sense of mental disease.
Does that include patients diagnosed by a proper professional, Marianna?
I don’t know anything about cult relationship counsellors, Annette Baker and Gabrielle Caplice, except they were speakers at the last Universal Medicine relationship workshop, which is nothing to be proud of considering the unsavoury sexual meddling that took place at past workshops, which further damaged the relationships of attendees.
Social worker, Ariana Ray is another Benhayon promoter, who has worked in child protection, and not only has no problem with cult leader Serge Benhayon having adolescent girls stay unaccompanied in his home, but is unable to recognize photographic evidence of molestation when she sees it. Ditto for all the speakers and shame on all of them. She’s also in favour of censoring those who speak out against sexual predators, as I did about Benhayon on Eunice Minford’s blog, only to be labelled a troll and have my comment removed.
Abuse per se is not acceptable and has to be given a clear NO. Including NO to internet ‘troll’s’ to abuse and use this site for their own abusive ends. The example of Trolling that we can see above is just another form of abuse that needs to be said NO to. I have no doubt that we as a people can say no to abuse where and when it occurs, people are waking up, changes are being made. More and more people are finding the power of saying NO! http://www.thesoulfuldoctor.co.uk/blog/invisible-war Ariana Ray, comment now removed.
NO! Don’t provide me with evidence my idol is an abuser. NO!
Ariana Ray nominated Natalie Benhayon in the Huffington Post Inspirational Women Photo Competition, but Natalie was disqualified when Serge Worshippers flooded the page’s comments with spam plugging Natalie’s Esoteric Women’s Health menstrual cycle app, marketed to blokes.
Social Worker, Sally Scott, is another stalwart on the Benhayon truth has no relation to facts blogs, with little of use to say, who declares she works with vulnerable women, but has a serious blind spot to the cult’s abuses.
And finally, welcome to the Naming Names page, Child Psychotherapist, Vanessa McHardy. So Vanessa, do the inner city London primary schools you work in know about your cult connection and the damaging Esoteric psychology you’re selling?
They will soon. Complete with images of Serge Benhayon’s ‘healing’ via molestation and personal boundary transgressions, and a few choice quotes on mental health from the bogan messiah himself.
Time too for that long overdue notification to go to the Australian Psychological Society and the Qld and NSW Education departments, complete with this list of abuse enablers, and a few more.
And again, don’t thank me. Thank Serge.