Recently I read on the Truth about Serge Benhayon website, a lovely blog about smiling written by Carmel Reid. When I finished reading it, it inspired me to ponder on and feel deeply into – “where does a smile come from?”
From the moment we are born, our loved ones can be trying to get a smile from us, with tickles, funny faces and noises, all designed to prompt us to get the response they are seeking. As we grow up, our smiles can become polite responses to adults that, as children, we may not feel we want to smile at but do so, as it is a sign of good manners.
Today I was gazing outside my window while talking on the phone to a friend. We were talking about a project we had just been working on together and I spoke up for what I sensed were the reasons for some things not going quite so well. I addressed my observations of others, and myself. Continue reading
The topic of control has been a theme for me of late. Noticing the choices I make, both big and small, where I opt for the perceived safe and known way rather than feel a new and simpler way of being with life.
Control is the part that says, “Life has to be a certain way for it to be right, feel right, look right.” The crazy part is that I can apply this thinking even when I know what is ‘right’ in my head doesn’t actually work in real life.
Universal Medicine has been awarded People’s Choice at the Lismore Business Excellence Award for the second time!
This is an outstanding nomination that is in line with the excellent service offered to the people voting for it.
Nevertheless, Universal Medicine is facing extreme forms of cyberbullying, false accusations of all kind of human atrocities and has been labelled as a cult, despite this accusation being clearly refuted.
Committing to work is one of the best things that has ever happened to me. I say ‘happened’ to me, as it only seemed to begin after I had a major operation and STOP in 2010, yet it is one of the most empowering and loving things I have ever experienced for myself.
I did not grow up this way. As far back as I can remember, to age 8 or 9, there was the ideal that one day I would grow up, romantically fall in love, have a family and live happily ever after (which fell well short!). I did not do well at nor did I enjoy school, thinking that careers were for the smart ones; for others who did not want families and therefore had nothing else in their lives.
However this was all based on a belief, a picture I had in my head about how life should be. Continue reading
When I found out that Universal Medicine (a complementary healing clinic in Goonellabah, Lismore, Australia) had won the 2015 Crowe Horwarth Lismore Business Excellence Awards – People’s Choice Award, it came as no surprise and yet with a deep appreciation for what this business has, and continues to offer, to not only the local community, but also the much broader community (on a worldwide scale no less)!
Prior to my introduction to Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine approx. 5 years ago, my concept and observed and practical experience of a good business model (including my own!) was that it needed to essentially be honest in its business dealings and abide by government regulations and guidelines. This in itself was a pretty big thing as this basic component is unfortunately missing from many organisations, and sadly not limited by company size or structure. Continue reading
Congratulations to Universal Medicine who have been awarded People’s Choice at the Lismore Business Excellence Awards for the second year running!
Having been a client of Universal Medicine for over a decade I can only say this is a well-deserved accolade for an organisation that provides exceptional service and support, not only for the NSW Northern Rivers community, but also for a global footprint of people throughout Australia, the UK and Europe.
Having attended Universal Medicine clinics in Goonellabah, Brisbane and the UK, my experience is one where the service is impeccable each and every visit. It is their consistency that stands out as a real differentiator, and has gained them such popularity as a service based, complementary to medicine organisation. Continue reading