Esther Rockett falsely poses as an ‘expert’ about Universal Medicine – a few sessions with Serge Benhayon in 2005 and a two-day workshop do not provide any basis ...On July 27, 2016 / By Alison Greig BA LLB(Hons); LLM(Hons); Grad Dip Psych. with Rebecca Poole, Lee Poole, Rachel Hall and Sandhya Mistry ~ Layout by Jonathan Baldwin
It’s 2016 (at the time of writing) and in today’s developed world, which I inhabit, acceptance of the gamut of religious and spiritual values practised by either the ...On July 14, 2016 / By Helen Simkins (49); woman, independent thinker, business executive, student of Universal Medicine and The Way of The Livingness, upstanding community member
By way of introduction: I am currently the chief of staff and general manager at The Macadamia Castle (since 2007), an iconic tourist attraction located between Ballina and ...On July 4, 2016 / By Helen Simkins (49); woman, independent thinker, business executive, student of Universal Medicine and The Way of The Livingness, upstanding community member
We apologise the content of this section is no longer available. Anna Douglass who has presented her true account about Lance Martin's vendetta against Universal Medicine and the demise of her marriage was compelled to ask for her comment to be removed because of ongoing threats by Lance Martin of family court proceedings if she did not have the material taken down.
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