Esther Rockett Has Tried To Attack Projects That Benefit The Community
Esther Rockett’s antipathy to anything associated with Universal Medicine has seen her send disgusting attacks about the organisation to local community groups and schools. What they are not aware of is that everything she presents are lies – there is no evidence of harm to anyone, and in fact the opposite is true – from Breast Cancer Support Days that offer women with breast cancer and their carers a day of nurturing and support, to Teachers are Gold that celebrates the contribution teachers make in our children’s lives to the Girl to Woman Festival that is a forthcoming event that offers young women a programme to find a connection within themselves that develops inner confidence, fostering self-respect, self-expression and an appreciation of themselves and their bodies, which can only lead to enormous benefits in their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Esther Rockett has sought to malign this and other projects suggesting all sorts of harm.
Even though there is no evidence of any abuse, Esther Rockett has rested on the assumption that her false accusations will be taken as proof of factual guilt.
Rockett has provided no evidence on her blogs, or in her numerous complaints to government organisations, that indicates that EWH, Universal Medicine or Serge Benhayon has harmed anyone. Esther Rockett has suggested she has ‘heard’ things, she implores imagined victims to come forward, but they have not, and this is because they do not exist.
On the contrary, teenagers who attend Universal Medicine courses can be seen to be thriving and making mature choices that most parents and alcohol and drug workers would wish they could support young people to make. In all ways the work of Universal Medicine provides young people with an inner strength and authority to say no to abuse in all its forms.
The material that she, and associated individuals have distributed to schools, youth groups and others is yet another attempt to intimidate and harass, and to interfere with the presentation of health and well-being courses offered by Esoteric Women’s Health. She has pursued this approach in order to disrupt support programmes which if looked at and investigated will be found to have had overwhelming positive responses from all those who have benefitted.