Is the answer to our health right under our nose?
Could the way we live be our medicine? This article explores the possibility that this could be true, and shows us a way forward, a way to live.
Autopilot: The case of the wandering mind
Every day we are repeating tasks and activities we have done many times before. How much of our day is spent on ‘autopilot’? Is there a price we pay for not being present with ourselves?
Integrity in the midst of the house of lies... The Way of The Livingness
In the midst of our current global crisis, and the multitude of lies and corruption of our society, there is a most powerful example of a loving, healthy and productive way of life that sections of the Media, on the basis of a personal vendetta with no investigation, have wantonly slandered. Why is this?
The Sabotage Syndrome – why is it so easy to give in to harmful choices?
When we start to make healthy changes in our life often sabotage comes knocking.
Vietnamese chicken noodle soup (Pho ga)
Simple fresh flavours, gluten free, and a great mixture of warm fresh and crunchy chicken noodle soup, Pho Ga, is eaten every day in Vietnam. It is common to see mums picking up kids on motorbikes and having a bowl as an after school snack on the roadside.
Serge Benhayon, an amazing role model
Serge Benhayon the tremendous role model, a man of great tenderness.
What if stillness is actually our natural state of being? A quality we can remain in touch with, through the activity of our lives, enriching our experience of life, of joy and … simply being ourselves.
Esoteric Yoga – yoga for our world today
For many in our world today, stress and anxiety are commonplace. We have lost the ability to be still and know what this is. Esoteric Yoga is a modality that returns us to the divine quality of stillness within.
Knowing yourself by your quality first
In our August 2016 Audio of the Month Natalie Benhayon presents the importance of knowing yourself first by the quality you hold within and how moving with this quality allows you to know what to do.
Those pesky Monday morning blues!
It’s Monday morning, the first day back to work after a weekend or a few weeks of annual leave. I hear a deep sigh as my colleagues sit down and turn on their computer and I smile ... once upon a time this was me.
Boys don’t cry: men in crisis
Why does it take so long for a man to see a doctor? Men are in crisis, dying before their time and the trend is increasing. Dean Pirera explores why men are so poor at looking after themselves.
Aches, pains and daily discomforts – the relationship between men’s bodies and their daily choices
As men we have become used to living with daily pain. But should this be normal, is there a different way, and is our body telling us more than we think?
What is time?
A testimonial about Serge Benhayon’s book ‘Time’.
Our choices do influence how we die
We will all die at some point, so how we die should be of profound interest to us … right? Let's start the conversation.
Roast butternut and red pepper soup
This beautiful coloured and silky soup is hard to resist. A great filling and nutritious option for people on the go.
Gluten free spicy lamb meatballs
This recipe is an absolute pleasure to cook. Your kitchen will be filled with the delicious aromas of freshly toasted cumin and coriander seed, bringing an otherwise simple lamb dish to life. A great recipe for the barbeque and perfect for last minute entertaining. Also a winner in the lunchbox.
A delicious, quick and easy almond biscuit recipe, with a twist on a traditional Almond Crescent recipe. Gluten free and dairy free, these are great for morning and afternoon teas.
Pork stir fry with noodles
A popular Asian dish that has found a home in many other kitchens around the world and amongst different cultures.
An esoteric healing clinic founded by Serge Benhayon, Universal Medicine has supported many people to make lasting and incredible changes in their lives.Read More
How to check for signs of testicular cancer
In this humorous video from an International Men’s Day Presentation, Doctor Sam Kim grabs hold of a lemon and a stocking, and teaches us how to self-check for testicular conditions.
Time and our perception of it
What if time itself doesn’t move? Serge Benhayon asks us to consider that a tension is created in our body when we try to keep up with something that we have perceived as getting away from us. Could this explain why so many of us have an issue with time?
Time and our relationship with it, Part 2
For many of us ‘time’ carries with it a sense of dissatisfaction or sense of un-fulfilment. Serge Benhayon elaborates why most of us carry an angst, which we perceive, is related to time and discover where it truly stems from.
Love is all around us if we see, hear and feel it
When we are looking for others to love us back ‘our way’ we often actually miss the fact of love being expressed all around us.