by Anne Malatt, Australia
I used to suffer with road rage. My veneer of ‘niceness’ would crack when I was driving and all my pent-up frustration and rage would come pouring out. There were no words for how I felt and I used to invent expletives. I was still like this when my children were little: they would squeal with delight when they heard a new word like ‘dick-brain’ and repeat it over and over.
My pet hates were people who would pull into the passing lane and drive slowly, so that no-one could pass anyone; people who drove slowly, for any reason; and tailgaters. I love driving, but I liked to drive fast: I was usually running late, and I did not like anyone getting in my way. Continue reading “Road Rage”
by Esther Andras, Stuttgart, Germany
When I first came to Universal Medicine I felt the way Harry Potter must have felt when he first came to Hogwarts. I didn’t feel abnormal any more and life started to make sense.
I always (had):
- felt that there is more to life than meets the eye
- sensed that we feel a lot and do not only rely on our five senses
- had a deep yearning of loving everyone, and equally so
- had a distant knowing within me that life is about harmony, not fighting and competition
- felt that we are in fact one big brotherhood, not billions of individuals fighting for their own cause.
But only when I came to Universal Medicine did I start to allow myself to pay closer attention to this part of me. Continue reading “Life and Love and My Responsibility in it”
by Marika Cominos, Director – Playful Creations, Melbourne Australia
Previous to finding Universal Medicine I had been on the ‘New-Age merry-go-round’, trying all sorts of potions, workshops, techniques etc, and none of them delivered me to any long-term sustainability of wellbeing, or made complete sense. As a result of these experiences I am much more discerning these days; there is so much out there that promises so much, but falls short on many levels. An organisation that exists first and foremost for the true care and benefit of humanity is hard to find – which is why I am so grateful to have found an organisation that lives the talk with impeccable integrity. Continue reading “True Change: Self-Responsibility Inspired by Universal Medicine”
by Angela Perin, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA. DipT (ECE), BEd (ECE), Business Owner
I was introduced to the work and modalities of Universal Medicine in 2010, just over two years ago. One of my daughters had become quite ill with asthmatic symptoms to the point where she was missing many days off school. In the months prior, my eldest daughter was diagnosed with glandular fever and was also challenged with poor health as a result.
As parents, up until that point, we had prided ourselves in electing the alternative and natural medicine approach, and had largely avoided conventional medicine to treat any illness or symptom our family experienced. We felt we had a healthy lifestyle as we ate organic (wherever possible), and all participated in physical activity or sport on a regular basis. We didn’t eat fast food, my husband and I didn’t smoke, we didn’t have tattoos or body piercings, we didn’t drink excessively, and we capped our espresso coffees at 2-3 per day (we loved our coffee!). Continue reading “A Woman And Her Family Start to Make Loving Choices”
by Simon Bradley, UK
Four years ago I met and worked with one of Serge Benhayon’s students. I was having problems with my knee which resulted in my visiting my osteopath every week. Whatever treatment I received, the result was the same – a day or so of relief and then back to square one. My colleague offered to treat me on a number of occasions, and eventually my pain and misery overcame my cynicism sufficiently to give it a try.
It was a revelation. I didn’t, and don’t, believe in mumbo jumbo and magic. But something happened which was profound – a long term, apparently chronic injury, was resolved using a couple of stones and half an hour’s relaxation and breathing technique. Continue reading “No ‘Smoke And Mirrors’ – Just The Simplicity of Choice”
by Leonie, Mackay QLD
I have been involved with Universal Medicine and have attended Serge Benhayon’s presentations for two years now and I have experienced a huge development in my personal attitude and approach to life.
I first approached a Universal Medicine practitioner to help improve the issues in my relationship with my partner. We wanted to try to find some solutions through this ‘esoteric’ way of being. Neither of us knew exactly what the term ‘esoteric’ meant, or where these sessions would lead us. After some period of seeing this UniMed practitioner I started to feel differently about myself and also about the common issues we face as human beings. I felt that for the first time in my life I was ready to truly take responsibility for who I was and who I was becoming. I learnt so much about myself and I started to feel the scary truths, that maybe I was in a pattern of abuse with money, food and even my own body. I could see how I would give my power away freely and would then wonder why I felt so out of control of my life.
The first time I met Serge Benhayon I felt a lot move inside me. I felt in some ways all this man was saying made perfect sense, I couldn’t believe I hadn’t seen it that way before; then on the other hand I didn’t want to believe what Serge was presenting as I would have to feel how I had to take more responsibility for my actions, and what and how I was expressing. I felt after having met Serge Benhayon that I had truly been seen by someone for the first time in my life and that he saw me in all my realness. This made me even more curious about these teachings. I felt very challenged at times by what Serge presented, he made things seem so simple it was silly really. He says all we need to be and express is Love and this comes from the inside out. But did I even know the true meaning of Love? Had I ever even felt what True Love was?
I can now honestly say that “Yes” I now know the True meaning and feeling of Love.
Looking back over my time spent living these teachings, I have no regrets and feel that I have found my place in this life.
And I look forward to where this direction is taking me.