by Rosie Bason, Mullumbimby
I have been a student of Universal Medicine for over 3 years now and have recently had some ‘aha’ moments. We know that Einstein proved the fact that everything is energy. Serge Benhayon of Universal Medicine elaborated on this teaching by saying, “If everything is energy, therefore everything is because of energy”.
Since this was brought to my awareness I have been really paying attention to energy and feeling into what is happening around me – seeing the effect of one thing on the next.
What I’ve found is that we use energy to run our bodies. We can also choose a form of energy to run our bodies that is loving. And like a good quality fuel that you use for your car – you get great results from it. Continue reading “Connection, Choice & Energy: Are You the Pilot or is Autopilot Running You?”
by Dr Rachel Hall, Brisbane, Holistic Dentist
When I was a child, other families had or did religion. They went to church on Sunday, wore a cross or had a bible. They belonged to a certain community or had been christened, they believed in God and that Jesus had died for our sins and came to save us. But not my family; we had no religion.
My Dad was raised a Catholic but fell out with God when my grandma died when I was around 4, and from then on he hated the church. My Mom, well she had been raised under the Church of England, but when asked about God she always told me she didn’t really know one way or the other. She too despised church, and when I was around 12 and wanted to go to the local church sermon just to see what it was like, she forbade it. Continue reading “I Had No Religion”
by Rosie Bason, Mullumbimby, NSW
I don’t know about you, but for me, up until recently, whenever I heard the word religion I wasn’t really comfortable with it.
I grew up with no religion as such, although my mother was brought up in a catholic family, so that way of living was still brought to me on many levels.
Having grown up sailing around the world I had the opportunity to experience first hand a lot of different types of religions and having learnt to speak a few different languages, I can see that when you do not have the correct translation or definition of a word, then you can really get the wrong idea about something. Continue reading “What the Word Religion Means to Me”
by Jean Grima, Children’s Day Care worker, 43, Sydney, Australia
When I was a little girl my joy and happiness were immense; as a child I felt a lot. I always felt different to people around me, I was always curious and felt things deeply. Sometimes I felt more of what was going on around me in life than what others seemed to be showing they were seeing and feeling, which confirmed my feeling of being different. People fascinated me, and at this young age I was able to see truth and what wasn’t truth really easily, but as I got older, because I felt stupid and jealous of others’ academic abilities, my true core feelings got clouded with a feeling of failure and lack of self worth. Continue reading “Esoteric Healing: Coming back to Me”
by Helen Simkins, Alstonville, Australia
My relationship with Esoteric Yoga is always developing. I have attended many group sessions and practised at home by myself since 2008 and each time the experience is unique and revealing. Each session rewards me with a deeper appreciation for my own body and what it can teach me, and an increasing sense of what the joy of true freedom feels like.
This modality has supported me enormously in reducing stress, anxiety levels, nervous energy and the relentless drive of my mind. It has given me real relaxation, increased presence and a much greater sense of freedom in my body. It supports me to deal with the intensity of whatever may come up in the day without losing my connection within. Continue reading “Esoteric Yoga: The Joy of True Freedom”
by Helen Simkins, Alstonville, Australia
On reading the article Esoteric Yoga: Truth in Stillness, I felt inspired to reflect on my own experiences with this amazing modality.
I have been participating in Esoteric Yoga group sessions since 2008 and what a journey this has been… I will never forget my first session.
I was attending a Universal Medicine retreat with around 100 others when I was introduced to Esoteric Yoga and to the fact that truly yoga is about union. Continue reading “Esoteric Yoga: Union & Listening to My Body”