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Universal Medicine winners people's choice award, Lismore Chamber of Commerce

Universal Medicine has been named the People's Choice in the Lismore Business Excellence Awards 2015

At a gala event attended by business people from around the region, Universal Medicine was again announced the winner of the People’s Choice at the Lismore Business Excellence Awards held in Lismore. Read the full article here.

 

Welcome:

Universal Medicine is committed to providing Complementary Health & Healing Services that are Universal in their approach towards medicine and healing.

 

Through practical philosophies that inspire more self-caring and self-loving choices in daily life Universal Medicine supports people to explore their overall well-being, the development of energetic awareness, and the depth they can bring to their quality of life and relationships.

Teachings are delivered in the form of lectures, talks, audios and treatments from Universal Medicine clinics. Founder of Universal Medicine, Serge Benhayonregularly holds courses, workshops and retreats throughout Australia and internationally. In addition to this he runs the Universal Medicine Clinic a busy Healing Practice based in Northern New South Wales, Australia.

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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UniMed News and Upcoming Events

17/09/2016

Sunrise by Alan Johnston

by Eunice Minford | Photograph by Alan Johnston |

Albert Einstein, one of the most influential physicists of the 20th century and a world-renowned scientist, was also deeply religious. It was he who said that:

‘science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind’

He recognised the profound interconnectivity of these two disciplines, in the process exposing the futility and utter ignorance and arrogance of those who choose to hold either one supreme.

Neither science nor religion alone can provide
all the answers to life and the world we live in.

Today, there are those who champion science as the only way to know and understand anything and who give no credence to other ways of knowing outside that sphere. Their dogmatic and fundamentalist scientific perspective is as rigid and ignorant as that of the most ardent religious fundamentalists they decry – a case of the blind challenging the blind.

09/03/2016

UniMed Saturday End of Year Celebration 2015

On December 12th 2015 Universal Medicine held their annual end of year celebration known as UniMed Saturday, where students, friends, and their families came together to participate, enjoy and experience for themselves the huge line up of profound presentations that were in store for the day. In total, over 80 countries had the event broadcast live to their living rooms to share in the joy and celebrations, making for a very special day.

14/01/2016

Serge Benhayon Universal Medicine

Serge Benhayon founder of Universal Medicine has commenced defamation proceedings against Esther Rockett in the Supreme Court of New South Wales regarding false allegations that she has published about him online.

Mr Benhayon took the decision to commence defamation proceedings after being on the end of Esther Rockett’s three-year cyber abuse campaign where there was no sign of her activities abating.

13/01/2016

Universal Medicine Lennox Head Retreat 2015

Miranda Benhayon


Article by Miranda Benhayon

Earlier in 2015 Universal Medicine delivered its second ‘Retreat’ of the three set for the calendar year. The five-day Retreat titled ‘The Livingness’ was held at the popular seaside town of Lennox Head, Australia.

The Retreat experience focussed on the rich and deeply philosophical teachings and presentations delivered by principal presenter Serge Benhayon. Facilitating extensive group work, development and engagement, Serge consistently provided the platform, which allowed for many profound revelations pertaining to many aspects of life, with valuable sharing’s and discussions opening the way for more. The week was extremely well received by all, and a highlight for many.

05/01/2016

Judith McIntyre legacy honoured.

Judith McIntyre ‘knew exactly what she was doing’ the Supreme Court held when she made her last will and testament. She gave her children generous bequests of $250,000 each from her estate of $1.1 million dollars to support them. The remaining amount, after various legal and other costs, was bequeathed to Serge Benhayon, because Judith McIntyre wished for him to complete the building of a teaching hall as a lasting legacy for her community and she knew that the bequest to him would be used for everyone. Judith McIntyre had made her intentions known to her children before her death and also to those around her. 

Her adult children, Seth (41) and Sarah McIntyre (34), recently failed in their bid to overturn the will and have the bulk of the estate assigned to themselves against a background where they had promised their mother that they would not make any challenge to her will and her intentions that her estate be used to benefit her community. However, they abandoned their promises to their dying mother, and her wish for a lasting legacy, by seeking to overturn the will in Supreme Court proceedings. 

The Supreme Court has honoured their mother’s wishes and held that the deceased’s bequest to her adult children was adequate.

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