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Welcome:

Universal Medicine is in the business of delivering teachings that are about everyday self-loving choices. Making these choices gives participants the opportunity to consistently feel lighter, clearer and more naturally vital in their day-to-day lives.

The teachings are delivered in the form of lectures, talks, audios and treatment sessions at UniMed clinics. UniMed founder, Serge Benhayon also regularly holds courses, workshops and retreats in Australia and internationally.

Introduction:

This site is based on a simple and eternal Esoteric Principle:

The esoteric principle is that we are love – innately and, unchangeably. The principles of the esoteric way of life date back to the oldest forms of knowledge and wisdom. Whilst ancient in their heritage, the principles of the esoteric life in human form have not out-dated themselves in relation to what is required of mankind to live in harmony and thus arrest any wayward conduct that does not build brotherhood within and amongst our communities everywhere.

The esoteric means that which comes from our inner-most. It is the livingness of love that we all carry equally deep within and it is this livingness that restores each and every individual back into the rhythms of their inner-harmony and thus from there, the love is lived with all others.

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20/03/2015

I have been practising and sharing the Gentle Breath Meditation – as presented by Serge Benhayon of Universal Medicine – for nearly 10 years now. The Gentle Breath Meditation is a beautiful everyday exercise to deeply reconnect. Here are some reflections on my experiences. 
What is the Gentle Breath Meditation?
The Gentle Breath Meditation is a very simple practice of breathing gently, at our own pace and our own rhythm, just as we were born to do, and did naturally before our breath was affected by life around us. 
What is involved? 
It begins by gently closing your eyes to be with you – not to go anywhere, check out or visualise anything, but to come back to you. 
Then the focus moves to the breath, specifically the in-breath to start with, and the choice to breathe in GENTLY so it feels like a cool wind at the tip of the nose.
After a few minutes, as the in-breath becomes more gentle, the out breath can become the focus, like a warm wind at the bottom of the nose, and so the gentle breathing develops and unfolds naturally as the mind and body come into an alignment together: this is called conscious presence. 
There may then be a change as the breath settles, an awareness of the pauses at the top and the bottom of the breath, and a feeling of warmth in the middle of the chest. With practice this connection deepens and can be felt spreading out into the body, and can be taken with you throughout the day. 
There is a subtle shift in that we then feel first, think second, as the mind receives from the wisdom of the body and everything gains a certain clarity. 
Why do people practise it?
People enjoy practising the Gentle Breath Meditation because they enjoy the feeling of coming back to themselves. For me it brings a sense of clarity and focus to my daily life and I feel more real, unencumbered by emotions, like coming to the eye of a storm away from the chaos around me. 
This has deepened over the years such that I feel a connection to a deep knowing, like a true wisdom within me, that I can bring to everything. I am able to feel or sense things much more clearly too, which helps me to make much clearer life decisions generally. Most people are unaware that they have in fact become quite detached from their true self and less aware through becoming caught up in and absorbing the world around them, rather than observing it with a compassionate detachment that is however, not separating.
What difference does it make in other ways?
My relationship with myself is deeper and more loving, as are all my relationships as a result of this being reflected outwards. 
I am able to take more responsibility – for myself, my own feelings and how I choose to not react but respond to things that present in my life. 
I express myself so much more fully and honestly in every way. 
My overall wellbeing is so much greater, there is more light in my eyes, I look younger than I used to, I am more aware of what is more healthy for me to eat, drink, and do – like walking, reading or taking my time over a bath. 
It is not that it has changed me, it has brought me back to being more me, like a re-calibration for myself that enables me to address life differently and more productively. 
I remember what it felt like in earlier days with the challenges of practising staying connected to me whist doing the most ordinary things, like chopping carrots for dinner, or vacuuming the stairs (for which I once had to sit down and breath gently about five times in order to maintain it.)
Nowadays I am so used to being connected it feels so much easier; it has become a new normal that I hardly have to think about. It is like running my body on a different fuel system, one it really loves. 
I once shared the Gentle Breath Meditation with an elderly man who beautifully summed it up: “It feels like someone’s cleaned the windows in my world”.

Shirley-Ann Walters





by Shirley-Ann Walters

I have been practising and sharing the Gentle Breath Meditation – as presented by Serge Benhayon of Universal Medicine – for nearly 10 years now. The Gentle Breath Meditation is a beautiful everyday exercise to deeply reconnect. Here are some reflections on my experiences. 

What is the Gentle Breath Meditation?

The Gentle Breath Meditation is a very simple practice of breathing gently, at our own pace and our own rhythm, just as we were born to do, and did naturally before our breath was affected by life around us. 

08/03/2015

Serge Benhayon and the Benhayon Family

The new Serge Benhayon website dedicated to the founder of Universal Medicine, provides a beautiful portrait and insight into the extra-ordinary life of Serge Benhayon.

Be sure to explore all the pages under the home page and read and see pictures of Serge the family man, the author, the philosopher and more.

VISIT THE WEBSITE

07/03/2015

Journalist Jane Hansen attacks community

In what looks set to be another chapter for a book on the case for media reform in this country, News Limited journalist Jane Hansen has again written herself into the narrative in the most unflattering and undignified way.

After having her previous articles on Universal Medicine thoroughly discredited on the blogsite Universal Medicine Facts led by academic Alison Greig, she has taken to writing yet another revenge piece which further cements her position as a journalist who has lost all impartiality and perspective.

04/01/2015

Charles Wilson A Director of the College of Universal Medicine

As the College of Universal Medicine prepares for a new school term Director Charles Wilson has released a statement amidst a continued disinformation campaign by serial blogger Esther Rockett and Lance Martin to discredit the Educational Charity:  

As the College of Universal Medicine prepares for a new school term Director Charles Wilson has released a statement amidst a continued disinformation campaign by serial blogger Esther Rockett and Lance Martin to discredit the Educational Charity: 
Lying accounts in blog comments by cyber-troll, Esther Rockett have recently called into question the authority of the College to conduct fundraising. In light of those comments, we wish to clarify  the following.
The College has always held, and still holds, the necessary fundraising authority issued by the regulator controlling charitable collections in NSW, the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing for the College lawfully to conduct charitable collections in accordance with its objects.  All the College’s fundraising activities have always been conducted strictly in accordance with the conditions attaching to the authority issued by the charitable collections regulator in NSW. Moreover  all the collections have always been applied by the College in furtherance of the objects in its constitution.
Information about whether the College has held the necessary fundraising authority at any point in time is publicly available for anyone who wished to conduct a free online search.  The suggestion that the College does not hold an authority to conduct fundraising is an attempt by trolls to harm the College by discouraging people from making donations to the College, when the truth is that the College does hold an authority,  and always has, and can show that it always has. The suggestion that the College does not hold an authority is yet another instance of Esther Rockett’s bilious efforts at creating ‘moral panic’ concerning the College which has seen her post blogs with groundless accounts of wrongdoing when her lie in this instance is readily exposed, confirming our assessment that sadly, without a skerrick of integrity, she will say anything that she thinks will advance her cause.
Past complaints by Lance Martin and Esther Rockett to the commonwealth charities regulator, the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission and the NSW regulator, OLGR maliciously alleging that the College was not applying its funds in furtherance of its objects led to the regulators conducting comprehensive reviews of all our operations. These reviews were completed, respectively in July and September 2014, with absolutely no finding of any wrongdoing at all by the College.
These findings of no wrongdoing, and indeed exposure of the quality and integrity in which the College is run, reflect what have been and will continue to be the consistent findings of regulators who have been obliged to address the false accusations and lies that have been the content of  all of the serial vexatious complaints made by Esther Rockett and Lance Martin. The College of Universal Medicine will continue to advance its educational and charitable objects and do so with the highest level of integrity and absolute transparency. 

Lying accounts in blog comments by cyber-troll, Esther Rockett have recently called into question the authority of the College to conduct fundraising. In light of those comments, we wish to clarify the following.

The College has always held, and still holds, the necessary fundraising authority issued by the regulator controlling charitable collections in NSW, the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing for the College lawfully to conduct charitable collections in accordance with its objects.  All the College’s fundraising activities have always been conducted strictly in accordance with the conditions attaching to the authority issued by the charitable collections regulator in NSW. Moreover  all the collections have always been applied by the College in furtherance of the objects in its constitution.

As the College of Universal Medicine prepares for a new school term Director Charles Wilson has released a statement amidst a continued disinformation campaign by serial blogger Esther Rockett and Lance Martin to discredit the Educational Charity: 
Lying accounts in blog comments by cyber-troll, Esther Rockett have recently called into question the authority of the College to conduct fundraising. In light of those comments, we wish to clarify  the following.
The College has always held, and still holds, the necessary fundraising authority issued by the regulator controlling charitable collections in NSW, the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing for the College lawfully to conduct charitable collections in accordance with its objects.  All the College’s fundraising activities have always been conducted strictly in accordance with the conditions attaching to the authority issued by the charitable collections regulator in NSW. Moreover  all the collections have always been applied by the College in furtherance of the objects in its constitution.
Information about whether the College has held the necessary fundraising authority at any point in time is publicly available for anyone who wished to conduct a free online search.  The suggestion that the College does not hold an authority to conduct fundraising is an attempt by trolls to harm the College by discouraging people from making donations to the College, when the truth is that the College does hold an authority,  and always has, and can show that it always has. The suggestion that the College does not hold an authority is yet another instance of Esther Rockett’s bilious efforts at creating ‘moral panic’ concerning the College which has seen her post blogs with groundless accounts of wrongdoing when her lie in this instance is readily exposed, confirming our assessment that sadly, without a skerrick of integrity, she will say anything that she thinks will advance her cause.
Past complaints by Lance Martin and Esther Rockett to the commonwealth charities regulator, the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission and the NSW regulator, OLGR maliciously alleging that the College was not applying its funds in furtherance of its objects led to the regulators conducting comprehensive reviews of all our operations. These reviews were completed, respectively in July and September 2014, with absolutely no finding of any wrongdoing at all by the College.
These findings of no wrongdoing, and indeed exposure of the quality and integrity in which the College is run, reflect what have been and will continue to be the consistent findings of regulators who have been obliged to address the false accusations and lies that have been the content of  all of the serial vexatious complaints made by Esther Rockett and Lance Martin. The College of Universal Medicine will continue to advance its educational and charitable objects and do so with the highest level of integrity and absolute transparency.Lying accounts in blog comments by cyber-troll, Esther Rockett have recently called into question the authority of the College to conduct fundraising. In light of those comments, we wish to clarify  the following
17/09/2014

Neil GambleCurrent coverage of Universal Medicine by Jane Hansen in the Sunday Telegraph brings into sharp focus questions of the quality of media leadership in this country.

Whilst the complete absence of professionalism on the part of Jane Hansen is obvious, it seems her lies and deceit are really just small parts of this picture.

It is clear that the bigger issue at stake here is that The Telegraph now knows that they got this entire story diametrically wrong and that its agent Hansen has tried to do great personal harm to innocent people. By contrast, there is actually a great story to be told rather than the miserable hatchet job that Hansen trumped up; we can leave that for a journalist with vision. What Jane Hansen did was similar behaviour at The Telegraph’s sister company The News of The World during the phone tapping saga. The bigger issue here is whether the leadership of The Telegraph will simply wait until the regulator and lawyers come knocking or will it be a good corporate citizen and come forward with double page apologies now that it knows it has deeply wronged? At issue here is the already tarnished media industry’s reputation.

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