A Simple Truth about Universal Medicine

by Alan Johnston, Pottsville, Australia

A simple truth about Universal Medicine is that it is: 1) universal and 2) medicine. This is my experience. ‘Please explain’, as Pauline Hanson once said.

So there I was, (un)happily faking it with the best of them… and had the trappings to prove it – including a holiday shack on a remote South Pacific island. All that sashimi swimming along the outer reef.

And, not so many years ago, I undertook a Masters in Social Documentary Photography and photo-shopped it into my life as a ‘creative pursuit’.

Also, I’d been through a ‘Who’s Who’ of teachers and gurus and had a clutch of certainties that seemed to stand up – although a nagging, never-healing bedsore of a question was “why am I at times run by a kind of self-loathing, that when given in to, leaves me feeling flat and joyless?”.

Given all that, when I first encountered Universal Medicine, I was hypercritical. I hadn’t really allowed myself to feel just how deeply disillusioned I had become.

In any case, I committed within myself just enough to attend a few Universal Medicine events and to have some sessions with Universal Medicine practitioners. Something like, “one more wary circuit before I really clock off and head for that palm-fringed lagoon”.

During a session in those first months I became aware of what it felt like to not be who I really am – to have “turned my face from God” (my words). That was the downside. The upside was a homecoming that was just Angelic, a roomful, pure and joyous.

The truth of me being me, and that is Universal Medicine. Healing, and for all.

198 thoughts on “A Simple Truth about Universal Medicine

  1. When I first encountered Universal Medicine I just couldn’t get what Serge Benhayon was talking about, yet I could sense something I had not come across before which kept impulsing me to return. I listened and as I began to gently discard that which was not true and what I thought was me, what was being presented started to make sense. On reflection it is incredible to get a sense of what I chose back then to what I am choosing today, and with every step I choose what I know to be truth and I am closer to the knowing and living of the love I am.

  2. Thank you Alan, it’s a great line about our responsibility for ourselves “I became aware of what it felt like to not be who I really am – to have “turned my face from God”…”. Usually it’s human beings blaming God, not a human being taking responsibility for turning away from God. And this really summed up the simplicity and inclusiveness of all with what Universal Medicine presents “The truth of me being me, and that is Universal Medicine. Healing, and for all.”

  3. Universal Medicine is a form of medicine that does not cost the earth and is accessible to every single one of us. It’s key ingredient is an open absolute honesty to seeing that there is more going on in life than meets the eye.

  4. ‘Homecoming’ is a common experience of those who attend Universal Medicine presentations, and it was for me, too.

    1. It’s a true feeling of home, of all that we truly come from. It could be said that it’s a Universal homecoming!

  5. A way of living that re-ignites and deepens our connection to Soul, to who we really are, all of us equally so, is indeed truly a medicine that is universal. Thank God for Universal Medicine for offering a tangible way that this can be lived.

  6. In disconnection to the all, we can easily get seduced and taken by the illusion and glamour of life. It is only through our commitment to self and healing that we can once again live the grandness within.

    1. Very true, Francisco, to live again one’s grandness does not just happen, one has to commit to it, work at it and persevere.

  7. So well said, our perceptions of life and the very dogged belief in our choices make Universal Medicine and its modalities a standout healing for all. Yes, I am sure it was and is challenging for many when they connect with the undeniable truth and wisdom that is brought again to the fore front of our minds. For deep down, we know it. Being willing to surrender to it and again implement it in our lives is very much a committment to Truth, that eventually exposes that which we held so dear actually kept us imprisoned.

  8. I remember the awful feeling I had in my body as it started to dawn on me that the life I was living was one where I was being everything everyone else wanted me to be, and not being who I truly was, Universal Medicine have really helped me to let go of who I’m not and live a life from who I am, truly amazing.

  9. Alan I’ve loved the simplicity of how you shared what Universal Medicine presented for you, often the problem for some, is how it is perceived and received.

    Like yourself, since my encounter with Universal Medicine and practitioners that the REAL me is emerging through more and more. My relationship with myself has developed to whole new level and in all honesty no other modality has ever assisted me in achieving this. It is ‘Universal’ and it is a form of ‘Medicine’ – it is that simple.

  10. Spot on Alan, Universal Medicine supports you to be who you truly are and then you take this to the world and others get blessed and inspired to also be themselves – true brotherhood in action.

  11. Universal Medicine is the homecoming where you can know that this is all you have been missing and seeking and rediscovering the magic of who you truly are.

  12. We are very well trained not to be who we are. Yet, this is not really understood by humanity who by and large think that we are who we are. In spite of all our effort, though, there is enough truth inside us to easily feel when we are connecting to something that resonates very deeply with it. Our universality spark never ceases to exist and we can feel when it lights up. The universe becomes our home again. Universal Medicine brings the universe back to us and helps us to feel the extent to which we are universal units of light.

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