Another good weekend at UniMed

Today Serge will present his popular long running course Sacred Esoteric Healing Level One. Of the 130 people attending, 85 of them will be first time participants, a fairly standard if slightly higher than average figure for new enrolments. Mostly, they will be there because of word of mouth. It is a well-known fact that Universal Medicine has never had to actively advertise or promote its services. Why? Because when people make big changes to their lives and their general wellbeing other people tend to take notice and then naturally start to ask, “what are you doing?”

The people who regularly attend Serge Benhayon’s workshops are a living advertisement for his work without even trying. They are the reason that this weekend at UniMed, it will be business as usual even in the face of the gross and misleading media attention of late that has been driven by the disgruntled few.

These people are the thousands whose stories are apparently not worth printing. Perhaps because next to all the second-hand whispers about spirits and reincarnation their stories are actually pretty mundane and ordinary by comparison.

Like the story of the prison worker who gave up alcohol and overeating and turned his life around, or the man who was told he would have chronic pain for life but instead committed to taking consistently good care of his body and is now without the symptoms that doctors could not even properly diagnose.

Or the story of the woman receiving cancer treatment who found a deep care and support in the accommodation and sessions UniMed provided free of charge to her during this harrowing time; whose doctor told her to ‘keep up’ the complementary therapies because he could see they were so obviously benefitting her.

Or the stories of the many other doctors, surgeons and healthcare workers who have been willing to actively explore the connection between how we live on a daily basis and how this is reflected in the state of our bodies and our overall health.

And then of course there are the stories of the many, many hundreds of people who have committed to a deep level of responsibility for themselves and their wellbeing and who find their friends and colleagues expressing genuine appreciation for the way they now are in the workplace and in their homes.

These are the stories that apparently don’t sell papers, and yet - these are the lives we are living. It is a shame these stories do not get spotlighted or celebrated, and yet - it will not change the way we will continue to live. It will also not stop others from seeing the way in which we live. For most, it is fairly easy to see the cracks in the way the media operates, but a person making truly caring choices in their daily life, is in the end much harder to rubbish and while it might not sell papers - it certainly does inspire.

Life is about people. The media can attempt to make it about drama and sensationalism but only for a time, because in the end it is people that we come home to and it is those people that make life worth changing. It is those people who inspire us to make life about a greater amount of love and care. And it is those people that we will continue to serve now and in the many years to come.


About Universal Medicine

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, audio and treatment sessions at UniMed clinics. UniMed founder, Serge Benhayon also regularly holds courses, workshops and retreats in Australia and internationally. For more information see the website

About Serge Benhayon

Founder of Universal Medicine, Serge Benhayon is a renowned teacher, practitioner and trainer of complementary therapies as well as the author of 6 books to date. His books are rich philosophical works on the Esoteric in life, love and human society. His 7th book is due for release soon.