Inspired to be More

by Vicky Cooke, Customer Service Advisor, London, UK

I just attended a Universal Medicine presentation via satellite and really felt to share.

Before attending the presentation I had a kind of average week; not great, not bad, just another week.

During the presentation we were asked to look at and share with someone what/how we avoid feeling things that may not feel right in our lives. It was awesome to be part of something where everyone is held equally and where we can all look at things in our lives and share without being judged; allowing us to have an awareness and better understanding of ourselves and others.

It was really inspiring and I am feeling how wonderful it is that so many people can come together and work towards a common goal, such as this, for all.

Everyone I have and do meet who have been touched or inspired by Universal Medicine are amazing – really beautiful, sensible people who also inspire me and others to be more, reflecting to me that I can be more than what I am choosing to live right now.

I came away feeling lighter, inspired and really appreciating how many people I know who are truly taking responsibility in and for their lives.

249 thoughts on “Inspired to be More

  1. What you share here Vicky is invaluable in what it offers others by way of the inspiration, lack of judgement and feeling of equality for all. I have attended many Universal Medicine events, and have never come away feeling anything other than all of the above, plus feeling that I have so much more that I can bring to the world that I have yet to discover myself.

  2. I have found the presentations by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine to be inspiring because they always arouse in me a feeling of interest not to settle for less but to be honest and through that honesty I come to know what stands in the way of me becoming more of who I am.

  3. Every presentation, workshop,course or session of Universal Medicine inspires me to build more love and to let go of what is not love and I take this inspiration home and continue to be more aware of the choices I make and the effect it has not only on me but also on others. And lets not forget how when we come back home we can be (and are) the inspiration for others by the way we live.

  4. Some 5 years on and it is no surprise that I am still constantly being inspired by Serge Benhayon, the Benhayon Family, Universal Medicine and Students of Universal Medicine. All these people offer myself and humanity a different reflection. The truth. An opportunity to let everything go this is not truly us, to re-claim the love and joy that we are, and in turn live in such a way that is not only incredibly joy-full, but inspires others to be all that they are as well. At a time when the world is in a bit of a mess … just a little bit! 😶 what a blessing this is. And this is happening globally, every day, every moment there is magic happening. I know I will continue to be inspired and asked to step up from the reflection of Universal Medicine for the rest of my life and this is an absolute joy and blessing to know. We are so much more than what we are currently living here on earth, so why not live our very full and very loving potential ✨

  5. There is always more on offer for us to evolve to, all the presentations given at Universal Medicine events are there to give us the tools with which to navigate our way through life.

  6. We sometimes forget the magic that is on offer when we are asked to be more, and when we are offered a reflection of someone who knows what our potential is. A reminder that no week can be average if we are always saying yes to evolution.

  7. It is absolutely great working with people who have true purpose and really want to make their lives about love, and bring what they live to reflect to humanity and make a true change to the mess we are living in.
    Such people are the student body of Universal Medicine.

  8. Sharing without being judged is such a wonderful healing in itself. It has helped me explore issues I wanted to keep hidden from myself for fear of a backlash of internal critique, and instead has helped me to see what was uncomfortable was a great learning in itself and also feel that any yuckiness wasn’t a part of me but something I had chosen but could let go of.

  9. That’s one of the (many) amazing things about the Universal Medicine presentations is that they inspire you so much to never settle for what you think is possible and to go back into life and grab every opportunity with both hands.

  10. What is so greatly empowering about Universal Medicine presentations is that it is very confirming of the greatness we innately are, that who we all are in essence is divine, Godly in fact, and that it is very possible to live in connection to who we are, as is our purpose of being here to inspire each other and evolve together. Through developing an honest relationship with how we are with our selves, our connection to our Soul, we then are open to the awareness of knowing what gets in the way, and why, of us living all that we are.

  11. Every Universal Medicine event I have ever attended has been super supportive in assisting me on my return journey to my soul. I always come away with very practical tools that I can use to navigate my way through the challenges which present themselves in my everyday life. I feel I would be floundering big time without the support of the Universal Medicine events.

    1. Yes I agree Elizabeth. The support of the presentations by Natalie and Serge Benhayon and the swim sessions with `Simone are particularly inspiring and give us so much that we can build on in our every day lives. This support is practical and forever expanding as we grow in and with it.

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