Universal Medicine Trained Practitioners Showcase Esoteric Healing in Melbourne

Universal Medicine Trained Practitioners at the Mind, Body, Spirit Festival Brisbane

Following hugely popular demonstrations at the Sydney, Perth and Brisbane arm of the festival, Universal Medicine trained practitioners again brought their expertise to the Mind Body Spirit Festival in Melbourne this month. 

The simple and powerful esoteric healing modalities, founded by Serge Benhayon, are acclaimed worldwide as a complement to mainstream medicine to support healing, health and wellbeing.

Coordinator Terri-Anne Connors said it was a joy to share the deeply powerful esoteric healing modalities with the public.  

"People get off the massage table after a Sacred Esoteric healing session and look radiant and deeply rested.” Terri-Anne said.

Sara Harris - Complementary Healing PracitionerAsked what defines Sacred Esoteric healing, Sara Harris (pictured left), a practitioner who volunteered at the Festival said: “it is the understanding that the person has all they need within to return to the love that they are – healing is simply letting go of what is in the way of that love.”

“People often say that there is something different about us as practitioners, about our level of care, warmth and integrity.

“The fact that Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine trained practitioners live in a way that builds self-care and love in their own lives is what allows for such true healing to occur,” Sara said.

Terri-Anne said she is delighted this year to be working with a dedicated team of over 40 Melbourne based Universal Medicine trained practitioners who have all studied with Serge Benhayon, and are recognised members of The Esoteric Practitioners Association.”

The Esoteric Practitioners Association (EPA) is a branch of Universal Medicine. It was instigated by Universal Medicine to support the development of the practitioners who practise the modalities that were founded by Universal Medicine.

Many of the Practitioners, also fully qualified in various other complementary and conventional fields, said they were inspired to train with Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine because of the “depth and breadth of energetic understanding” that this brought to their practice.

“Serge Benhayon is known as the Healers Healer, there is no one like him working in Australia or internationally. The calibre of professionals that attend his workshops and train with him is testament to the work he is doing”, Terri-Anne Connors said.

“The Mind Body Spirit festival continues to provides a great opportunity for the public to experience the work of Universal Medicine trained practitioners and the Universal Medicine therapies first-hand.”

With booked out lists on all four days the public were certainly interested in exploring the therapies being offered by Universal Medicine trained practitioners. The festival, held over four days from Friday 6th to Monday 9th June was a great success.