by Fiona McGovern, BA PGCE, house wife, a forever student of my own inner heart, Isle of Arran, Scotland
In the past my internal ‘medicine cabinet’ was jammed full of many ideals and beliefs about healing, including a complete distrust of anything to do with doctors, hospitals, pharmaceuticals, lotions and potions, as well as meditation, relaxation and breathing techniques, knowledge of how the body worked and other ideas I had about disease, healing and life.
When I began to listen to Serge Benhayon’s presentations I began to clear and clean out this ‘medicine cabinet’, finding it full of things from outside of me. As I cleared it out I found some undealt-with issues, with childhood hurt right at the back, full of anger and sadness. All those things which I had falsely believed were dealing with this hurt were actually burying it so deep inside of me I could no longer feel it.
As I faced this hurt and finally dealt with it, I began to see that at the very back of the ‘cabinet’ was a dirty mirror, long forgotten.
I began to clean this mirror and started to see in it a clear reflection of who I truly am and always was – beautiful, clear, wise, powerful and fragile. As a result the ‘medicine cabinet’ inside of me began to change. I found the qualities I saw in the mirror were actually inside of me: wherever I am, they’re always within me.
Now my medicine cabinet is no longer filled with ideas and beliefs but with things that support me to be more of me – simple, everyday choices to be true to that person I see in the mirror. For example, they’re in the way that I:
- prepare myself for sleep,
- awake to a new day and see it as the blessing it is,
- choose to bathe and dress myself,
- smile and feel about myself as I look in the mirror,
- prepare my meals,
and in how I choose to:
- answer the phone,
- have a cup of tea.
It’s in all the small choices I make, and as I am present with each choice, I find my day is full of beautiful moments and each interaction is like a ‘date’ with myself: in this way I can build up a rhythm which nurtures me and supports me to be more of me. It’s a way of being that is in harmony and honours the person I see reflected in the mirror.
My new medicine cabinet travels with me wherever I am, whatever I do and whoever I am with. This ‘medicine within’ is simple, light and fun and tailor-made for me to choose from, and by so doing I find there is more of me to enjoy. Life has become simpler too.
My views on doctors, hospitals, pharmaceuticals and meditation, and on the body, disease and healing have changed too. I am now open to all these things, as my body requires them, and in a way that supports me to be even more of me.
Whereas my old medicine cabinet offered me relief through the beliefs and ideals of others, the medicine within allows me the space to truly feel what me and my body needs in each moment.
As I choose to connect with this medicine within through being still and listening, I set up a rhythm which truly supports me to be all that I am. And as this rhythm becomes normal, the medicine within expands, presenting me with more loving and fun ways to be more of me.
The changes I have made have been inspired by the life and work of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine.
122 thoughts on “The Medicine Within”
“My old medicine cabinet offered me relief through the beliefs and ideals of others, the medicine within allows me the space to truly feel what me and my body needs in each moment”, feel so true when we connect and have that relationship with ourselves and our bodies. That relationship becomes stronger as we trust with that, that is within us all. Searching for it outside is where we become, ragged, disempowered and lost in the systems of everything.
Within all of us we have the ability to heal. But what is healing? Is it something that becomes cured or is it something that requires incremental healing? Healing isn’t about being fixed. Healing is letting go of everything that doesn’t belong to that that is from God. Simple yet complicated by our ideals and beliefs…
Any healing is possible when we take and make the choice to heal…
“As this rhythm becomes normal, the medicine within expands, presenting me with more loving and fun ways to be more of me’, is spot on. The more we present our true selfs, the more that does not belong is exposed and no longer needed as part of our lives. The load becomes lighter and less burdensome on the body. It exposes that we can heal ourselves, with the support of modern medicine when it is required.
We have the ability to heal once we take away those ideals and beliefs. Being responsible and accountable for your own wellbeing goes a long way.
To add, healing just doesn’t stop, it unfolds and we are given what we can handle before the next is offered. And yet years ago I wouldn’t have been able to handle what I am being offered today as my perspective has evolved too.
To build on what you have so beautifully shared Doug, it requires one more element – you can listen to the wisdom shared in Serge Benhayon’s audios, but it is about allowing that same wisdom to waken within rather than fighting it or denying its existence.
Our greatest medicine is the way we live which comes from within.
Henrietta, spot on with your statement. Years ago the entrenchment of my healing was way different to what it is now. I have come to realise that medicine is universal and definitely sits within all of us…
To be open to compelmentary medicine as well as conventional medicine means we are offering ourselves the full gammot of choices for healing.
Fiona, I love the analogy of your won medicine cabinet within – it is so beautiful to realise what we carry inside in a true sense to support us in each and every circumstance.
What was shared in this blog is very beautiful, and honouring of self, ‘It’s in all the small choices I make, and as I am present with each choice, I find my day is full of beautiful moments and each interaction is like a ‘date’ with myself: in this way I can build up a rhythm which nurtures me and supports me to be more of me.’
Absolutely Fiona, what we put in is what is reflected so the more we connect to the inner-heart the divine connection the greater the reflection others get and thus all the trappings of life that need to discarded will be no longer a reflection that others feel. How important is it to then to understand, and have the deep appreciation that this level of responsibility brings and what it will bring in all we do, as there is no out moments when it come to what is reflected to others.
We can get a brilliant doctor, medicine, specialist, practitioner … anything we want to help us heal, but it is us that activate and magnify the potential of what we source from outside. The way we live, the way we are makes a huge difference.
This is very confirming of how much we do feel within ourselves everyday that we know is truly self-caring, self-loving, and honouring for ourselves.
It is empowering to know and feel that everything we are in a relationship with constitutes the quality of life we experience. And so the quality of love we hold ourselves in is the quality in which all our relationships in life are founded be it with work, with others, with emotions and with life in general.
‘The medicine within allows me the space to truly feel what me and my body needs in each moment.’ I love the simplicity and gold shared in this blog Fiona, especially this line. When we live true medicine we discover every choice we make is either supporting our body or harming our body.
What we ask the medicine cabinet to do for us, determines what is inside and what has no place in it. We are sited at the driving seat and have the power to decide freely where to and how.
I love how you describe each little moment in the day as a being like a date with yourself, a moment to discover something new and wonderful about yourself, I wonder what my day would look and feel like today if I took the same approach…
I love the idea of an inner medicine cabinet. So often we reach outside ourselves for relief and cures. The seeds of true health lay deep within ourselves/
Spot on Kehinde, and so it is for us to build that relationship with ourselves so that we never forget the source we have access to for healing and so much more.
Without heeding our own inner knowing we are at loss for what is true for us.
Medicine for relief or medicine which supports us to be us … while we may for quite a while go for the former, eventually each and every one of us will go for the later as it’s the path back to soul, to Living who we truly are.
What you show here so clearly is that we build layer over layer around us so we can cope with the world and then medicate these different layers but do not allow ourselves to go back, deeper to who is underneath all these layers. That is where Universal Medicine starts with all its healing modalities and courses, with the truth of who we all are that then allows us to see all the layers we have accumulated to then be able to unravel them and let them go.
I love the wisdom you have shared with us Fiona; true medicine is possible the more we live and move as who we truly are.
Beautifully said Anna – and how empowering to know we are all practitioners of true medicine through our connection to our essence, our Soul.
And a beautiful part of that is appreciating ourselves, what’s on offer, and those around us.
This is true, ‘ true medicine is possible the more we live and move as who we truly are.’
This is truly beautiful. When we know who we are, we can recognize that which does not belong and so understand and can apply medicine that truly heals.
An internal medical cabinet full of ideals and beliefs about what it is to heal -sounds like the cabinets that a lot of us have within and all too often forget that we need to clean them out every so often to make way for the new.
Having a look at what is in our medicine cabinet helps not just to take stock of our movements but also to make inroads into what has caused them in the first place.
We can never leave ourselves out of the equation, we are always a main factor in our own life. And a beautiful and wise one as you show.
And a main factor in our own well-being, by how we live and move, living and moving who we truly are in every moment.
Really beautifully written, in particular I appreciated this line “As I choose to connect with this medicine within through being still and listening, I set up a rhythm which truly supports me to be all that I am.” That to me is The Way of the Livingness, being a student of ones own inner heart.
We are our own walking medicine, and our bodies know exactly what we need if we only listen. For example, when I became ill several years ago, I got a very clear message that I had to give up sugar, but thought this would be impossible… But I got another message and that was too have no restrictions to my diet. I was a vegetarian at the time, and so I started to eat meat. I found I loved chicken and lamb and my body was left feeling so satisfied. And here’s the thing, eating meat supported me in giving up the sugar. Food is also medicine and can be healing when we follow the guidance from our bodies; to either give up, or to start eating a certain food.
‘Whereas my old medicine cabinet offered me relief through the beliefs and ideals of others, the medicine within allows me the space to truly feel what me and my body needs in each moment’. So profound and wise, and is life changing when we listen to our bodies instead of our heads!
I love the title of this blog, it is powerful reading these words; The Medicine Within, because my body can deeply feel how it holds all the answers and wise counsel that I will ever need, and we access this medicine within, by living true to ourselves and by; ‘being love’.
The medicine of everyday life is one that has more value that we currently realise.
Beautiful blog by Fiona, a great reminder that we are our own reflection and how supportive it is to make every single choice from the love that we are, which brings a simplicity that we can live from, and allows our body to be more free in order to assist more deeply with our healing.
I love what is shared here in this blog by Fiona, ‘It’s in all the small choices I make, and as I am present with each choice, I find my day is full of beautiful moments and each interaction is like a ‘date’ with myself: in this way I can build up a rhythm which nurtures me and supports me to be more of me.’ What a fabulous idea, a date with myself in each interaction.
Simple beautiful sharing of how you started living in a way that was healing for your body whilst allowing you to return to your true self, ‘Now my medicine cabinet is no longer filled with ideas and beliefs but with things that support me to be more of me – simple, everyday choices to be true to that person I see in the mirror. For example, they’re in the way that I prepare myself for sleep, awake to a new day and see it as the blessing it is, choose to bathe and dress myself, smile and feel about myself as I look in the mirror prepare my meals’.
Fiona it touched me when I read that each interaction is like a date with you. How lovely to allow and nurture a relation with yourself like this.
I agree Debra, that line touched me also as well as the joy and love Fiona felt treating herself like this. We can each have that joy and love for ourselves everyday.
Beautifully said Fiona, if everyone started connecting to and living the true medicine we all had within I am sure the illness and disease figures would drop dramatically as well as people’s general health and well being would improve considerably.
Yes I agree Anna, and it only takes a few to be living and choosing the true medicine within for others to get the reflection that there is another way to live.
Great analogy of the “medicine cabinet”. I also had strong beliefs against modern medicine, which actually prevented me from doing what was loving and caring for myself. After studying with Serge Benhayon and attending an event where modern medicine was presented as essential for our wellbeing and quite unloving to avoid when unwell I began to realise the belief I held against using modern medicine was very harmful. I now have a great relationship with my doctor who I see regularly, and have had a number of medical procedures and an operation, all of which have been very supportive for me personally and for my health.
“being still and listening…” If only we all realised that in stillness, we are in touch with what it is that we actually need at any given time, and allowed ourselves to step out of the chaotic swirl of imposed ideals and others’ opinions… Beautifully shared.
Beautifully written blog. I too am starting to discover the dusty and long-forgotten mirror at the back of the internal medicine cabinet, and choosing to start discarding those ideals and beliefs that I’ve used as relief to masque hurts I didn’t want to deal with. But nothing truly changes unless we’re willing to be open and honest and start seeing the extent of the roles and behaviours we’ve been running with, and truly looking after ourselves on a deep enough level to be able to let these protective layers go.
We spend our day, our life, with no consideration or care and arm ourselves with an array of fix and management tools, playing a constant catch-up to react and respond to the consequences of our choices. This makes no sense – but that was the only way I knew to be and deal with life before I encountered Universal Medicine. Choosing the quality of our movement is something we can so simply do at any moment, and that changes the quality of life we live.
What a powerful and gorgeous blog this is. I love the analogy of the forgotten mirror being cleaned and the true reflections it then offers of what is always patiently waiting within for us to re-discover.
“I began to clean this mirror and started to see in it a clear reflection of who I truly am and always was – beautiful, clear, wise, powerful and fragile. As a result the ‘medicine cabinet’ inside of me began to change. I found the qualities I saw in the mirror were actually inside of me: wherever I am, they’re always within me”.
I love this Fiona – what a gorgeous and powerful sharing. Love is indeed the greatest medicine of all time. And when we realise that we are in essence love, we will come to know that as being who we are, in connection to our love within through all that we do, is the greatest form of medicine, which is always available to each and every one of us.
I love what you share ” the medicine within allows me the space to truly feel what me and my body needs in each moment” we do know what is true for us, as we stop to listen to our body, our body tells us the truth. In those moments we have a choice.
How beautiful that you have been inspired to look behind all the seeming medicines to find the only one you ever need… you. Your sharing encapsulates how amazing it feels to have committed to clearing out and letting go of all the things you had taken on, to be left with all the qualities you innately are… to now make choices based on honouring and expanding them… and in doing so supporting you…. and others through your words.
Delightful blog Fiona – I also have found that by making a few simple choices in how I approach every day tasks is ‘very good medicine’.
‘This ‘medicine within’ is simple, light and fun and tailor-made for me to choose from, and by so doing I find there is more of me to enjoy. Life has become simpler too.’ And we all know this ‘medicine within’ and it asks us to be honest about the choices we have made and make, to observe and let go of everything that holds us back from being and live in the wisdom brought by the simplicity.
I like your new medicine cabinet Fiona, filled with things that support you. I think we have to redefine what true medicine is because to me medicine is the way we live, the food we eat and the energy we choose to live in.
I am surprised how many people are anti-medicine and I love how you undo this in your blog Fiona. It seems to me as the saying goes, that we throw out the baby with the bath when it comes to medicine. Of course medicine has made its mistakes and can be critiqued in certain areas but without its support, where would we be? I appreciate medicine for what it offers us, but do not expect it to do for me what I can only do for myself and what you describe in your blog, to re-discover my own ability to heal – a medicine that lives within me.
Living in a way that confirms who we are, rather than who we are not is great medicine.
Thank you Jennifer, that’s a great line, simple yet powerful – something to live by.
“It’s in all the small choices I make, and as I am present with each choice, I find my day is full of beautiful moments and each interaction is like a ‘date’ with myself: in this way I can build up a rhythm which nurtures me and supports me to be more of me. ” I love this. Choosing to live in a rhythm that supports us feels great – but also knowing that this too needs a regular spring-clean, a constant refinement. A great reminder for me today.
Living life as medicine in every aspect of it is a very wholesome way to live, that way medicine does not become a way to cure us from illness and disease but is a healing way of living that lets us truly let go of things that do not serve, thus we do not medicate to suppress and or hold in check what is ailing us but truly heal and can move on from there.
Knowing how beautiful you are is top medicine 🙂
Thank you for writing this, iT is a great thing that we have all we need always with us. Living in appreciation and connection with ourselves is a joy.
Fiona, I like your idea of having a medicine cabinet within yourself. It’s true – we have immense personal medical knowledge if we tune in and listen to what our bodies are telling us. Thank you – your blog has reminded me to continue to build my awareness of what I have stored in my own medicine cabinet. It’s good to do a stocktake regularly and clean out what no longer belongs and add in new things that do support my total health and wellbeing.
That ‘medicine within’ is our ability to discern what is healing and what is harming for us. It’s the fact that we can choose our very next moment – and that we’re free to choose whether that is harmonious and honouring of who we are. Our medicine within is Love – our innate way of being which offers us a reflection of the truth about the way we’re living.
Love the idea of spring cleaning my internal medicine cabinet and polishing the mirror in order to reflect and choose to nurture the qualities within. Just what I needed to read this morning as my body is asking me to be gentle as I recover from a cold. Lovely to be reminded of how inspired I was when I met you in how you lovingly cared for yourself Fiona. Thank you.
The medicine to heal always comes from within. No matter how much we invest in the outer the true remedy will always be seen to come from within.
Thank you for such a beautiful sharing Fiona. I like the way you honour yourself: “I find my day is full of beautiful moments and each interaction is like a ‘date’ with myself”.
‘It’s in all the small choices I make, and as I am present with each choice, I find my day is full of beautiful moments and each interaction is like a ‘date’ with myself: in this way I can build up a rhythm which nurtures me and supports me to be more of me.’ – A beautiful reminder Fiona to take into my day -thank you.
Thank you Fiona, your blog is such a beautiful reflection for me to read today, an inspiration.
Thank you Fiona for this inspiring blog on the medicine within. I can relate to those old ideals and beliefs stuffed into the cabinet, old and untrue, now well past their expiry date. To have a good clear out of these old ideals and beliefs, just to check if there are any remnants that will spoil the new way of being that I aspire to now, since being part of the Universal Medicine Student Body and The Way of The Livingness presented by Serge Benhayon.
Bringing it back to the small choices is really powerful. We strive to put our best foot forward for the big things but its the quality of everything that counts towards everything.
I have a similar medicine cabinet now and what is great is as you say Fiona it can be taken everywhere with me. It’s a much more responsible and loveable medicine cabinet than the one I used to hang onto, which was full of old idealistic beliefs and buried issues and that never truly supported me.
Always love a good metaphor Fiona. And in this particular instance its a reminder to just stick to the basics.. that is what provides us with a foundation, and all the clever, difficult things get dealt with from that platform – a by product of getting the basics right, rather than something that has to be hard or troubling.
Fiona, I just love the wisdom of your words and the way you express yourself. What an awesome analogy of our own body being our own medicine chest – complete with a mirror to show us what we need to heal. I totally loved your blog.
“As I choose to connect with this medicine within through being still and listening, I set up a rhythm which truly supports me to be all that I am. And as this rhythm becomes normal, the medicine within expands, presenting me with more loving and fun ways to be more of me” – this is very powerful. Everywhere I look, there are many techniques, products and substances promising one thing or another, it is overwhelming and I am not surprised if our natural ability to discern is short-circuited.
This is such a great blog about how we live is medicine. Medicine is not something to be taken to fix the body, but something we live every day as a constant support for our body to live from love, very beautiful! In this taking pharmaceuticals is also a support for the body in an all encompassing process of healing that has evolution at its core and not a quick fix to get back to function.
Yes Rachel the medicine of living in a consistent and loving way, supported when needed by the expertise of the medical profession, is the prescription that humanity is calling out for.
‘Outside’ (or conventional) medicine, although an amazing support when required, can be used irresponsibly. We can use it as an excuse not to look after ourselves, knowing that it is there as a back-up to ‘fix’ us when we have clearly abused our bodies. We also arrogantly use the ‘science’ of medicine to ignore the ‘inner’ medicine that is always with us – how we choose to live, feel and be, in every moment.
So love coming back to this blog Fiona… it is a gentle reminder that every choice we make either supports and nourishes us or the opposite, it harms our bodies. It is our choice to love ourselves or not…..
I really like how you have used the medicine cabinet to explain this. It captures it really well. Especially how we fill it up with all the things people tell us are good for us, instead of having what we know is true in what we need. Really great.
I loved reading this blog Fiona – simple and power-full.
Quietly Beautiful, Simple and Clear – Fiona. Reading your blog felt like a warm and gentle wave of love washing of me. The flow of what has happened in your life unfolded with such Grace. It is as simple as that, a whole body allowing, accepting and appreciating. Thank you.
Thank you Fiona for this deeply beautiful refection of the eternal medicine that we hold and are within through our connection to our Soul.
So simply beautiful, thank you Fiona for sharing your medicine cabinet with us.
Hi very wise Fiona I love what you say: “Whereas my old medicine cabinet offered me relief through the beliefs and ideals of others, the medicine within allows me the space to truly feel what me and my body needs in each moment” This is so true and needs to be taught form a very small age on. Imagine a world without such crazy beliefs and ideals about medicine.
Thank you Fiona and Serge Benhayon, I agree, our inner-most, which is love is always waiting to be our medicine chest.
Love what you wrote Fiona – “It’s in all the small choices I make, and as I am present with each choice, I find my day is full of beautiful moments and each interaction is like a ‘date’ with myself”. I agree and yourself is the best date ! Always changing and evolving – never bored.
Reading Fiona’s blog has inspired me to review, if the current contents of my medicine chest, are supporting me to be all that I am.
What a beautiful way to share your rediscovery of yourself and the medicine we all hold within behind the medications. A delight to read.
This is sweet, it has inspired me to enjoy more those lovely things that we need to do in our daily lives, like you have said, Bathe and get yourself ready, have a cup of tea, prepare meals etc. These are all beautiful things and it’s time I appreciated and enjoyed them more.
I agree, arieljoymuntelwit, too often I see these things as a chore when I can choose to enjoy them and appreciate the time I am taking to take care of me.
Fiona, a beautiful article, thank you. My medicine cabinet used to be full of asthma and sinus medication, some of which I had been using since early childhood to simply be able to breathe. Not any more. I love how you describe your new medicine cabinet is being how you are living in your body and how this livingness is with you everywhere you go. I had not quite looked at my new medicine cabinet in this way and am very grateful you used this analogy. It is very supportive for me.
Fiona, your blog allowed me to see clearly the difference between medications and medicine. We medicate ourselves to avoid feeling. Medicine is about healing, that is arresting the energy that produced an illness in the first place. In the cabinet we can find things of both kinds. It is a matter of choice.
So true emfeldman, the medicine is the way we live it is either harming or healing our body.
Yes, healing is about going to the root cause of the illness or disease and dealing with the underlying issues and not about curing the symptoms.
What a beautiful and gentle article to read. I love the metaphor of the “medicine cabinet (within)” and the “forgotten mirror (at the back of the cabinet)”. Thank you very much Fiona for writing this.
Just gorgeous thank you Fiona.
I know that I am enough just as I am, and that every thing I need is within me, resides in my medicine cabinet. Just loved reading this blog Fiona.
What a fun way to talk about medicine – which is always seen as something used to cure an ailment. What you share here Fiona, is a medicine that supports you every day -rather than fix you.
That to me is true medicine!
The best bit I loved about this blog was when you shared that at the back of the cabinet there is a mirror. Everything I have used on or from the outside to cover up what I don’t want to feel has not worked – by the experience that it keeps coming back, the issue that is. But when I am just with me those issues are not there and they do not return. Thank you for the reminder that the greatest medicine I will ever need is already within me.
That is beautifully said Leigh. I love the mirror as well, to look at ourselves in a deeply honouring and honest way, much will be revealed to us through that reflection.
And that the mirror is the greatest medicine of all… taking the time to really understand what is going on, and not just popping the pill to fix an issue. It encourages us to ask why the issue is there in the first place.
I love your analogy of the medicine cabinet Fiona, it’s such a great article, inspiring too!
This is amazing Fiona, I always thought medicine was just something you found in a cabinet or in a drugs bottle, but through Universal Medicine, I have begun to see that medicine is SO much more than that, medicine is going to bed early when you’re tired and the way you prepare for bed every night, and the way you eat, and what you eat, and the way you are with yourself moment to moment, in fact real medicine is completely all-encompassing – it is something we can use all the time, and something we do not need to go anywhere for or buy anything to have it. Thank you so much for writing this 🙂
It was the same for me Meg. When I came to Universal Medicine I realized that everything I do in life is either good medicine or bad medicine for me – a simple choice.
I love how this blog is timeless and carries such a supportive message that is so inspiring to read again and prompts me to reflect on how I have travelled with my ‘medicine cabinet’ in the past year or so. The contents in mine are ever-evolving as I claim and embrace the ever-expanding Love we all hold deep within and as Fiona wrote, ‘It’s in all the small choices I make, and as I am present with each choice, I find my day is full of beautiful moments and each interaction is like a ‘date’ with myself: in this way I can build up a rhythm which nurtures me and supports me to be more of me. It’s a way of being that is in harmony and honours the person I see reflected in the mirror.’ Beautiful!
I love your expression of the internal medicine cabinet. We have it all without having to look elsewhere. Thank you Fiona.
I like this post Fiona. You have encapsulated how we are living good medicine. Thanks for sharing this.
Hi Fiona, I love to read your blogs, each time more they remind me of ‘simplicity’. They have stayed with me, and I feel inspired to let go of my fears and ideals in relation to the body, its fragility and the pain that is felt through the nervous system. I am slowly but steadily opening up to new possibilities about the relationship between Love and the Human Body. Thank you.
Thank you Luz – keeping life simple is so power-full and beauty-full.
I Love this blog Fiona, simply awesome.
I too love the analogy of the medicine cabinet, Fiona. It’s certainly been life changing for me eliminating those out-of-date lotions, potions and cures I’d bought into to make my life seem better and lessen any pain I was experiencing.
Hi Fiona, I love the analogy of the traveling medicine cabinet. Hauling all those old ideals and beliefs around, thinking we were protecting ourselves, was heavy work. It is a much lighter medicine cabinet if it is filled with presence and self love. How we live our life is the best medicine we can have. And it’s very inexpensive!
So true Gayle, our medicine cabinet is always with us, so if it is full of all the old ridged ideals and beliefs we have previously adopted, this becomes quite a weight to be burdened with. Thank-fully Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine offer much Wisdom on how to lighten the load and how to refill it with Love and Joy, the medicine of Glory. Bring on the Glory Cabinet…
Bring on the Glory Cabinet, and the medicine of Glory – love it tonisteenson!
Brilliant blog Fiona. I loved your very simple analogy for love of self as being a medicine cabinet. It is very self-empowering to claim medicine like this. Thank you.
Fiona I love how you write: “As I choose to connect with this medicine within through being still and listening, I set up a rhythm which truly supports me to be all that I am. And as this rhythm becomes normal, the medicine within expands, presenting me with more loving and fun ways to be more of me”. You are so right there, it’s having a way of living that supports us to be all that we are so that the medicine within has the opportunity to present us with more and more of who we really are and not what the world tells us we are. The medicine within can support us to see where we go into separation and where we need to let go of the old to make way for more love and joy. Thank you for such a supportive blog. Ariana, UK.
Beautiful Fiona, it’s so true! Our best Medicine is within us and our daily dose is how we live each day. I know my inner medicine cabinet has also had a HUGE revamp and is now much simpler, clearer and easier. Thank you for your wise and joyful post, always a pleasure to read.
Yes, we are our medicine by how we choose to live and be with everything in each moment.
Love it! I really enjoyed reading your blog. Thank you.
Fiona, your medicine cabinet is pure gold. Thank you for sharing this beautiful wisdom with us all.
Thank you for this delicious sharing Fiona. It deeply touched me. It allowed me to appreciate all about myself too.
How simply true Fiona, we are our medicine in the way we choose to be with everything in life. I love reading your blogs, thank you.
” We are our medicine in the way we choose to be with everything in life”. Beautifully expressed Victoria.