God is all there is
my trip to London England in March I met with Newham Hospital
clergy who of one accord found the Philosophy of Spiritual Healing
universal. God is all there is.
I went to London for an intensive week of sharing, loving, baptism,
house blessing, counseling, meeting with hospital officials and enjoying
giving a positive talk on the Philosophy of Spiritual Healing
from March 11 to 16.
At Newham Hospital guided by UNI advocate Hospital Managerial Sister
Christy Ugwuegbu I visited with a famous doctor, hospital officials and
the hospital clergy of every faith sharing the concept that a Happy
Spirit Heals. For as Hippocrates said so long ago, A
doctor and his medicine keep the patient alive long enough for the body
to heal itself.
Upon arriving in London in the new home of Mrs Chioma Agogbua and her
son Master Chukwuebuka Opara we held the baptism and naming ceremony
for--his full name-- Chukwuebuka Ebube Sam Anthony Opara. Surrounded by
his mother Chioma, his grandmother UNI Student Rev Sybil Agogbua who
flew in from Nigeria for the ceremony, his aunts UNI Student Christy
Ugwuebu and Mabel Ngaha, uncles, many cousins and close friends. I
pronounced Chukwuebuka a spiritual light born into this world in this
nation of Great Britain in dual citizenship of England and Nigeria. He
beamed as he accepted the truth about his nature, himself and his world.
A great feast was held in honor of Chukwuebuka’s baptism with an influx
of goodies from people arriving at every doorway leaving their gifts in
honor of the magic child.
I conducted a Wholeness Home Seminar in the Agogbua home to the delight
of all present. Since Chioma and Chukwuebuka had only just moved into
their new house, together we explored the nooks and crannies of the
house, blessing each door, each room therein, the drawers and their
contents or the contents soon to be stored there, the kitchen
bountifully pouring out food for the numberless guests and friends, the
bedroom with the furniture still in their boxes, the living room with
its newly installed computer and television cooperatively handled and
installed by the husbands of Chioma’s best friends. We walked outside
the house looking at each timber joyously supporting the lovely home and
its windows pouring in the purity and magic of the British ambiance. At
the conclusion of the home dedication in the Wholeness Home Seminar,
everyone proclaimed this home good and very good dedicated to happiness,
harmony and peace.
Not to be forgotten, the friends of the family and children of the aunts
and uncles asked for private time to speak their word for their perfect
life, their ideal work and happy relationships in all areas of their
lives. Each one was given time to share in a sparkling room adjacent to
the living room where everyone was gathered. As we shared their dreams
and aspirations, the clamor of the happy crowd in the next room faded
and the only words heard were "I can do it" and "I know I can" and
"Treat for me, Dr Beierle."
Many discussions and delights followed as I was invited to share with
the family in their homes, shopping in their shopping centers and
visiting their work places including the hospital where our newest
student Christy Ugwuegby works in hospital management in the Newham
Healthcare. As one of her supervisors Jane O’Neill, principal nurse
manager said to me after I spoke with her: "It would be beneficial to us
if you would stay in touch; you are a feel good factor for
everyone." I met with Chief Executive Kathy Watkins. In a rush of
executive power I was greeted by the top echelon of the hospital staff.
Foremost is an outstanding personality Dr Kula Ranjan.
Dr Ranjan was named the Doctor of the Year for his personal caringness
for each patient and the staff. We spoke of the things that are being
upgraded at Newham Healthcare and his greater plans. He toured me
through his active modern hospital providing remarkable services for
everyone. We discussed the type of hospital care given in Moscow and
other European countries and how his hospital rides high with the best
of them in service and caring.
UNI student and Administrator Christy Ugwuegbu invited me to accept the
invitation of the Newham Chaplain’s Corps men and women who are there
for the spiritual needs of the patients. They were concerned that I
might want to do some outlandish healing techniques on their pa-tients
and wanted to make sure I would harmonize with their presentations to
The flock was gathered in their special meeting room and greeted me and
my entourage of Rev Sybil Agogbua, Administrator Ugwuegbu and several of
the staff I had already met. Representatives of the Islam, Catholic,
Monk Brotherhood, Christian groups and others were assembled ready to
"sweat me out." As I entered the room I said my welcome and then asked,
"What would you like to know?" Their leader responded with, "What would
YOU like to tell us!"
I was delighted. I spoke on the Philosophy of Spiritual Healing as I
understand it. I extolled the teachings of the Christ and the use of the
law of cause and effect. I told the healing techniques presently taught
and promoted by the Catholic Church, the Islam movement, Hindu, the monk
brotherhoods I knew about, the Christian groups and other alternative
types of healing treatment being shared worldwide.
Then I explained that God Unlimited/University of Healing teaches that
as the dictionary points out, to heal is to return to our original
purity and integrity. I suggested the only way to return to our original
purity and integrity is to call it forth by our affirmations and
statements of truth about ourselves every moment of the day. It is
important to know God Is All There Is! I illustrated how
spiritual healing is a NOW experience. Everyone who is willing to
recognize that the kingdom is within each being and each being is divine
and is expected to be perfect even as the divine is perfect within each
one of us, enjoys wholeness.
After sharing some 40 minutes with nonstop positive ideas for healing as
taught by every medical doctor sharing the words of Hippocrates, every
philosopher, metaphysician, psychologist and spiritual leader with
illustrations supporting my conjectures, my entourage and fellow clergy
after taking notes and giving me knowing smiles and winks, assured me
that what I had to share was what they believed and practiced.
After returning to America my English friends there told me that the
Islam "clergy" want to meet me on my next visit. They liked my approach
and found that there was indeed something good to be heard.
As I entered the administrative offices again, time was given for every
nurse and associate on the floors to come in for seven minutes of
counseling talk, asking whatever questions they liked and listening to
my responses. Magically every questioner asked specific questions which
were delightfully answered during the seven minutes, perfectly!
I am currently in contact with others in England who want to know more
about the philosophy and how to put it to work in their lives.
If I believe what I believe, I need never want for information to tell
about what I believe. It is only when I am unsure of my beliefs that I
feel ill at ease in talking about what I believe and my insecurity
befuddles me. I am a philosopher and live my own philosophy. So long as
I abide in the awareness of what I believe, my philosophy will always
stand me well in any circle of friends or questioners.
-Dr Herbert L Beierle