by Sharon Maree Bisset, Ontario, Canada
My name is Sharon Maree Bisset and I live in Ontario, Canada. I am an Australian living abroad and while on a recent visit home I attended several of the Universal Medicine discussions and groups. The people I met were very open, caring and easy to get to know. The topics of the talks I attended spoke very clearly to me of love and gentleness and how to take care to slow down in my life and enjoy my relationship with myself, others and God. Each topic brought me closer to the realisation that we all have a part to play here on Earth, firstly to ourselves by keeping our bodies healthy, then to others and then to our environment.
During the six weeks that I was visiting my family, I had the opportunity to live daily life with my sister Victoria. I marvelled at how she went through her day. Reverently, gently with a respect for herself, others and nature. I have a busy life and tend to rush through each day trying to squeeze in as much as I can. Being with her made me realise once again how precious each day is. My sister and I have undergone similar pain as we both lost our partners to cancer in recent years. She herself had cancer and I am blessed to be part of her journey through some of her treatments and experiences this illness has brought into our lives. Her involvement with Universal Medicine has touched her life deeply and I see the strength she has gained.
I know this might sound all airy fairy, but it is not just that. Hard to put into words but I have watched my sister transform into this amazing person (not that she wasn’t before); she is honest and encourages us all to be that way with each other and ourselves. For instance, her influence has touched our whole family. We are more open and honest about all the hard stuff of our lives now… I can see the healing happening in each relationship she touches.
I don’t know if any of this will make sense to whomever reads it… I hope so. I just wanted to say that I have been blessed by Serge Benhayon, my sister and anyone else that I have had the pleasure to meet who is involved with Universal Medicine. And I can’t see anything negative about any of these people.