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19/04/2018

Serge Benhayon statement in respone to ABC Media reports on Universal Medicine

In the wake of another error-riddled report by Joshua Robertson, now of the ABC, Serge Benhayon has issued the following statement.

01/03/2018

 

Now in its eleventh year of International Philosophical Health Retreats, Universal Medicine takes a moment to reflect back on the 10 years of Vietnam Retreats thus far, to appreciate the evolution that has occurred along the way.

07/08/2017

Serge Benhayon Universal Medicine

Each May and June, Universal Medicine UK presents its Summer program to service its growing number of international students. Serge Benhayon has been visiting England for many years now successfully presenting for UniMed UK.

Following on from a full and effective schedule of events let’s revisit a small sample of the amazing and profound moments from the European Summer season . . .

 

16/07/2017

Curtis Benhayon, Kylie Jackson, Miranda Benhayon, Serge Benhayon

The 2017 Lismore Business Excellence Awards was a showcase for the excellence and vanguard that characterises business in the 2480 municipality. The overall winner being the staging of the many talented and dedicated citizens that make up our unique borough. Congratulations to the Lismore Chamber of Commerce and Industry for its dedication to local business and the eclectic merriment in which it celebrates its members. The event was enjoyed by all.

As part of this year’s honours Universal Medicine won the People’s Choice Award for their third time. It also received the Highly Commended Excellence in Health Services.

18/06/2017

Serge Benhayon Author and Presenter

Rachel Lynwood


Article by Rachel Lynwood BA (Philosophy & Sociology) (UNSW), BA (Hons) (SCU), MEd (UTS)

One of the lived practical skills we learn from a very young age is how to read in terms of comprehending and understanding the written word in its visual form. We have also been taught how to write - meaning, constructing sentences and applying the use of appropriate punctuation to complete paragraphs and sentences and so on. As we grow from the child to an adult and living in the world, we complete various set levels of what is known as ‘education’ – primary, secondary and senior secondary school. Then there are those who progress onto either university studies or other forms of tertiary education.

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