Universal Medicine: Wow, what a Celebration!

by Michelle Sheldrake, Brisbane

I have to say Universal Medicine knows how to put on an end of year celebration, and Saturday’s was without a doubt the best one yet.

Not only did we get to move and groove to the oh so funky beats of Glorious Music, but several students took part in a concert for the rest of us. And while each performance was completely different, from the joyfully playful Juzzie Smith, the angelic Victoria Carter, the stylish and soulful men’s choir with Chris James, to the outrageously truthful Baldwin sisters, Rebecca and Sarah, and the deeply inspiring songs of Michael Benhayon, Emmalee Benhayon and Miranda Benhayon, you could feel the absolute dedication to life, humanity and true expression in each one.

I laughed, I cried, I clapped and cheered and I got up and sang along when we were invited to. It was an amazing feeling to be part of such a joyous celebration. I am incredibly inspired and had so much fun just being me. And all of this without alcohol or drugs, and best of all, no hangover!!!

The other wonderful part of this whole day was the knowledge that amongst this gathering of over 300 people, my 6 year-old son was completely safe even though he wasn’t sitting with me or with me on the dance floor. He’d found something far more interesting – the sound desk! He was just allowed to be himself as all the children are at Universal Medicine events. They are welcomed and as much a part of the celebrations as everyone else. No better way to describe this than as a true family.

To Serge Benhayon and the Universal Medicine team, a heartfelt thank you for your continued love and commitment to us all and for inspiring in me the ongoing development of joy, love and harmony in my life.

71 thoughts on “Universal Medicine: Wow, what a Celebration!

  1. Yes Michelle, the end of year celebrations held by Universal Medicine are a joyful night for all who attend – the feeling of brotherhood and love at these events is what true family is all about.

  2. Being at “parties” where everyone is equally welcome, and without any form of alcohol or drugs is priceless, as it of course should be. We are however used to the opposite. I love when children, parents, friends are all included. Feels like one big family is celebrating.

  3. I love going to celebrations and parties these days and waking up hangover-less which is a complete contrast to my past when I thought to mark any celebration, reward or accomplishment an alcoholic drink was required to heighten that feeling.

  4. Life is worth truly celebrating – and we can certainly do this without alcohol and drugs or harming our bodies, but instead simply from the joy we experience from living naturally and honestly every day.

  5. The Universal Medicine parties are amazing – it’s a celebration of love, joy, harmony, brotherhood and incredible dancing and music! The food is pretty awesome as well. In real terms of what most celebrations are today it stands out because there are no alcohol or drugs and everyone is safe. The celebration is really of what we live – and not an escaping of what we live. These are true Soul-full parties!

  6. Each of the celebrations are a marker and an opportunity to claim what has been lived and where we can go from there. I enjoy that everyones different expression is valued and celebrated.

  7. Yes every celebration with Universal Medicine has that wow factor and they just get more and more glorious.

  8. I grew up sharing a Birthday celebration with my sister each year and my parents having parties. I then continued going to parties and having many of my own including hosting one of the biggest celebrations in my place on the Gold Coast which was a party destination. The difference between these “2 live’s” was emotions, alcohol, drugs and stimulation, to freedom in the body and feeling a whole lot of joy. Universal Medicine knows how to celebrate especially with music.

  9. You make a great point, a party where your children are safe and taken care of is rare, its quite sad really that the only way that most of us know how to have fun together is through getting inebriated. What does that show our kids? What example are we setting for them to then make there own choices as young adults? The beauty of Unimed end of year events are they are showing us that the fun you have at a party is not because your wasted, its because you are dancing and expressing and coming together.

  10. Universal Medicines end of year celebrations are so much fun to be a part of with so much joy being expressed in the celebration of true family true brotherhood enjoying what each and everyone brings in their unique expression of appreciation for all that has been offered and chosen throughout the year.

  11. “I am incredibly inspired and had so much fun just being me.” Certainly something to celebrate and share with others.

  12. These Universal Medicine celebrations have confirmed the fact that we can have fun with others without medicating ourselves. What on earth were we thinking when we actually believed we were connecting with others when we were under the influence of substances that numbed us and perhaps were used to brace ourselves to be with others without getting hurt?

  13. I love the way children are welcomed at Universal Medicine events and as you say Michelle are allowed to just be themselves – so beautiful they can see and feel adults having a wonderful time without absolutely no drugs or alcohol.

  14. I’ve attended only one end of year celebration and I loved being in the presence of like minded people and could feel the love. It didn’t matter whether I could sing or groove, I was part of one big divine family.

  15. Beautiful to read how you could let your hair down and have such a great time, just a room full of people who are able to celebrate themselves and each other without the need for alcohol or drugs.

  16. There are not too many things you can do these days without the influence or addition or alcohol. Whether to drink or not isn’t the issue for me but it’s more about the difference in the quality of what goes on and the people around you. We are all great people but from experience when you add alcohol that greatness is diminished and so any function that gives people a chance to genuinely and truly chat and interact has my vote.

  17. Universal Medicine celebrations are the epitome of what celebrations are truly about. A coming together in honor of the glory of who we are and how we religiously choose to live. As such a true celebration is a religious ceremony, whereby we come together to rejoice in our Soulfullness and the joy of what we live together.

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