Learning New Skills – Universal Medicine Exposed

New Talents Exposed.

11 years ago when I started my business Evolve Dental Healing in Kenmore I could barely send an email and with some concentration managed to find my way around the dental software required to keep patient notes and charts up to date.

Then when my website started to grow I needed to learn how to add posts, blogs and articles so I slowly taught myself how to this. I realised Google was my friend as there was a wealth of how to’s at my finger tips.

2012 saw me branch out into social media where I have taught myself the skills needed to post over several platforms, automate my news feeds and to curate information. Skills that I now pass on to others in the form of a very simple approach to social media and its purpose.

Expanding on that I have taught myself to use wordpress to blog, use dropbox, skype, fuze and more to be able to work on projects, edit, write and produce for websites, magazines, blogs etc.

My most recent amazement has been my foray into website design and building via Weebly, which although its a simple enough platform for a novice like me was a steep learning curve but something I realised I have a natural ability and eye for detail for.

So from being a humble tooth drilling technophobe I am now a master (well almost) web designer. And why? Well I’ve been working with an incredible and dedicated team to be able to showcase and celebrate an amazing group of people who over the past 10+ years have become my great friends.

So here it is Universal Medicine Exposed

Showcasing and Celebrating the Students of Universal Medicine
Universal Medicine Exposed provides an in-depth up close and personal insight into the lives of the people who call themselves students of Universal Medicine and The Way of The Livingness.
We call ourselves ‘The Student Body’ because we all
are students of Life – students of our own Life and Evolution
It showcases and celebrates the lives of individuals who have been inspired by the life and presentations of Serge Benhayon to make simple but profound changes to their own lives, which has improved their self-awareness, health, relationships and wellbeing immeasurably.
And it is through these changes that I have made to my own life that I am who I am and where I am today.

 

Dr Rachel Hall Speaks

Dr. Rachel Hall, BChD

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Dr. Rachel Hall, BChD 17th February 2013 (55 mins)

To play the interview, Dr Rachel Hall

To download the interview click this link, Dr Rachel Hall Interview

Rachel’s dental practice is located in Kenmore, a suburb of Brisbane. In this interview we find out how to care for our teeth from gentle brushing techniques to our diet. We also discuss the more controversial dental topics like amalgam removal, fluoride and root canals. As the principal of her dental practice, we also get a glimpse into her role as a business owner, including how and why she is going green in her office. To find out more about her practice in Brisbane, check out her website at Evolve Dental.

Rachel is also an active writer so you can find out more about her and her philosophy at her personal blog Musing from a Student of Life.

Dr. Hall has contributed numerous articles on dental health and general well being on the eEzines website. Just put her name in the search box on this site.

And for you food lovers check out her recipes on the Heal Yourself with Food blog. All the recipes on this site are yummy but to find Rachel’s, put her name in the search field.

 

Is There An App For That?

Is there an app for being amazing?

The app for being amazing resides in our heart.

To install being amazing we need to reboot the heart by opening the app called Love
If Love doesn’t fully install you may need a few other apps first so …
Install Gentleness
Install Self Love
Open Love
Once Love is open establish a connection with Your Soul
Make sure you regularly upgrade your Love app to get the deeper version
Upgrade awareness
Reboot feeling
Install following the heart
Reconnect expressing truth and love
Being amazing is now installed

When It Gets Personal

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Cyber-bullying: My Personal Experience

Recently I have witnessed and experienced the effects of cyber-bullying, trolling, online vitriol and hate speak on a personal level. I have have watched some close friends get misrepresented, bad-mouthed, criticised, derided, smeared, intimidated and defamed online and in the National mainstream media. I have become caught up in this by association because I have chosen over the years to attend presentations and workshops to assist with my personal development, spiritual growth and self-healing.

Because I have chosen to attend healing courses run by Universal Medicine my reputation, my good name and character and my professional integrity have been and are being dragged through the mud.

I have been personally labelled a follower in the newspaper, told I am a member of a cult and become a victim of cyber-bullying, hate speak, trolling and online defamation. I have been accused of being part of a recruitment cartel for a cult and doing this under my professional status. These people do not know me and are making wild accusations and assumptions about me that are disturbing and designed to harm my professional status.

All of these allegations could not be further from the truth and I am appalled and outraged that such lies, rumours and gossip mongering has been allowed to happen not only to me but to Universal Medicine and all those associated with them.

There are web forums and blog sites actively targeting, defaming and attempting to discredit and ruin the reputation of myself, other health care professionals, doctors, dentists and businesses simply because people choose of their free will to attend workshops, listen to an audio presentation or read a book. These forums and sites are run by a small number of people who appear to be disgruntled with what Universal Medicine presents and the choices people are making to live more lovingly.

These people (who I may or may not know) are acting as cowards and bullies hiding behind anonymity, fake names and pseudonyms because perhaps deep down they know what they are doing is immoral, outrageous and wrong.

Cyber-bullies get away with it because the law and Government policy has not caught up to where society is at. They get away with it under the dark veil of not having to provide proper verification of their identity when setting up sites and thus are difficult to trace and bring to task.

It is disgraceful that this style of bullying, name calling and wild accusations can and are allowed to happen; as if it were going on in a school or work place it simply would not be tolerated. There is something dramatically wrong with the policies and laws of this land when they are set up to protect an anonymous abuser over an upstanding, innocent, professional member of society. The status quo needs to change and quickly.

Cyber-bullying

Cyber-bullying: The Power of Anonymity

Definition of Cyber-Bully (Troll)
Cyber-bullying (Trolling) involves the use of information and communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behaviour by an individual or group, that is intended to harm others. Cyber-bullying can be as simple as continuing to send e-mail to someone who has said they want no further contact with the sender, but it may also include threats, sexual remarks, pejorative labels (i.e., hate speech), ganging up on victims by making them the subject of ridicule in forums, and posting false statements as fact aimed at humiliation.

The prospect of cyber-bullying is becoming an ingrained part of the Generation Y online experience. But it is not something confined to children and teenagers, anyone can be targeted — whether it be a high school student, public figure, online blogger, businesses, professionals or any member of a community or society. It can range from a snide comment on a Facebook page, private video footage released online without consent to hate speak, threats and defamation of character.

However if you research cyber-bullying online the majority of the information about its implications and affects is aimed at children and schools and does not address the wider scope of this heinous issue.
The internet allows people to hide behind a veil of anonymity or a false persona which appears to allow them the scope to publish unrefuted, false, misleading information and lies.

There are laws in place that supposedly control what can be published on the world wide web. For example, you can be convicted of ‘trolling’ in the UK — labelled under ‘offensive communications’ — and this can apply to anyone who can end up in court facing charges of internet slander and libel.
However the laws are not clear, the victim is left wondering where they turn to for help. Are we doing enough to limit the damage of cyber-bullying, and to educate people about it as well as how to cope and deal with it? There needs to be a larger effort made to help ensure no one, no matter their age, gender or race is made to be a victim of a cyber-bully or a cyber-stalker.

The consequences of online abuse can be severe. From knocking a teenager’s self-confidence to professional reputations being damaged, it can have terrible after-effects. It is difficult enough to bring a cyber-bully to justice but almost impossible when they hide behind fake names and pseudonyms. How do you legally challenge someone when you are unable to prove their identity? On the internet there is no true level of anonymity, unless you delve into systems and circumventors that most of the general public don’t pursue. But because the internet makes it so easy to create a fake profile online and disguise yourself — an exploit used by both children and adults alike, most people feel they are helpless to act.

Lets call cyber-bullying for what it is — it is cowardice! Bullying is bullying whether it is in person or on line. And bullying people behind the darkness of anonymity is the ultimate form of cowardice. I was raised along the lines of “if you have something to say about me you should have the decency to say it to my face and not behind my back”. There seems to be this complacent attitude that because it is going on in cyberspace that its not as significant, harmful or damaging, “After all, it’s only online. I’m not abusing that person to their face.”, when actually it is just as poisonous, vitriolic and perhaps more harming as it is out there for many people to see.

Social networking sites do attempt to regulate and keep the stem of abuse down, from groups and image captions to wall posts. But it’s not enough. Further legislation needs to be put in place to both protect individuals online, especially when it comes to defamation, and to make it clear that this type of behaviour is reprehensible and will not be tolerated.

When it comes to defamatory comments it is exceedingly challenging to have the posts and information removed, for example Blogger Content Policy http://support.google.com/blogger/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=76315 states: “Here are some examples of content we will not remove unless provided with a court order: Personal attacks or alleged defamation”. Allowing this type of policy fuels the power of the cyber-bully. Being able to remain anonymous makes them even more untouchable as how do you get a court order against a pseudonym? The policy makers need to see that this attitude is deeply flawed and it is time to take cyber-bullying seriously. If this behaviour were happening in a school or workplace it simply would not be tolerated, why should it be any different online?

Cyber-bullying and trolling is a growing problem in today’s “connected” world, and does not just happen inside our schools and among our youth. There is an entire new breed of bullies being born every day in the online world, and they are just as harmful as those in our schools as they cause just as much pain and suffering and are just as mean spirited.

The repercussions of cyber-bullying are far reaching and the time has come for us to say no to this, it isn’t right. The law needs to change to answer the call of the common man so as to protect the innocent and not the anonymous bully who think they have the power because no one knows who they are. But it is up to the common man to speak up and say this will no longer be tolerated before policy makers sit up and take notice. Just because it is not directly happening to you does not mean it is not happening and by saying nothing could it be that you are being complicit and condoning bullying on a world wide scale.