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The College Of Universal Medicine
From its inception, the College of Universal Medicine heralds a revolutionary new way for education and group work.
"He who casts the first stone"
There is much said about racial vilification and the need for tolerance. This article asks the tough question: who cast the first stone when it comes to racial tension?
The new era in public health
We have come to rely on our health system to help fix, even cure our ailments, but will the system be able to keep up with the demands we are placing on it?
Serge Benhayon presents on 'Life is Medicine' in Sydney
Review Sept 2017: International presenter, author and philosopher, Serge Benhayon, returned to Sydney on Sunday September 11th 2017 to further unfold the topic of Life is Medicine.
Did you know that singing together makes our hearts beat as one?
What is it about singing that can turn complete strangers into family? Researchers have found that singing together makes our hearts beat as one – literally. A microcosm of human life, a choir speaks volumes about how we are and can be with each other.
Life is Medicine 2018
Review of Life is Medicine workshops 2018: How we live either heals us or harms us. Everything we do, think, feel or say and how we move in life affects us, being either ‘good medicine’ or ‘bad medicine’.
REVIEW: The Girl to Woman Festival brings community to Melbourne
April 2018: Plenty of places to chill-out and no one wanting to check out in the Girl to Woman Festival held in Melbourne, Australia in April 2018.
Appreciating the simple gift of music as a musician
In an age where the joy of music has been largely replaced by a showcase performance or a competition, musician Daniel Bennier rediscovers the absolute joy of simply sharing music.
Spending money and the evolution of supply and demand
Spending money influences the law of supply and demand. Is it possible that it is also evolutionary and healing too?
A tender man – before and after competitive sport
I started to play competitive sport when I was very young. I played rugby union from when I was a thin, tender and delicate 9-year-old boy and in my second year my team lost every game.
Upcoming event: 2 February 2019. Universal Medicine presents The Way of The Livingness sermon, followed by UniMed Saturday presentations.