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Desire is a seeking of individuality
What do Desire, Sympathy, Anger, Happiness and Isolation all have in common? Find out more in our short and insightful Audio of the Month for May 2017.
The Battle for the Body – Part 1: Spirit versus Soul
Our bodies are vehicles of expression that can either be used to express all that we are (Soul) or all that we are not (spirit).
The Battle for the Body – Part 2: Male versus Female
What is the real reason behind the seeming divide between male and female?
It is important to understand what Prana is because used in the wrong way it causes great harm.
The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak
Who to blame when we have failed to live up to our intent and instead have given into the temptation of old habits once again – spirit or body? Let´s have a closer look . . .
What is fire and fiery energy, why does it matter and what does it mean to you?
The spirit and the Soul – what's their relevance to health?
Plato said, “This is the great error of our day that in the treatment of the human being, the physicians separate the soul from the body.” Is this as relevant today as it was then?
The five essential ingredients of human beings
A car mechanic cannot fix a car if he does not know what the different parts of the car are and how they work together – likewise we cannot have a healthy body if we do not know the component parts; the ingredients of a human being.
WARNING – Words could be damaging your health!
What if good is not good and better was bad? Suppose normal is harmful? What is truly good and what is truly healthy?
Co-Creation, Divine Creation and Creation
Understanding Co-Creation, Divine Creation and Creation explains a lot about our world and supports us in our return to who we truly are.
Serge Benhayon TV – The Science of Responsibility
What is ‘responsibility’? Could it actually be completely different to what we imagine it to be? Could there be more to it? To unpack this phenomenon, Rebecca Asquith and Serge Benhayon explore the quality that makes up the ‘being’ in human being.
The rising tide raises all vessels
The high tide might raise all vessels, but what tension does that put on the moorings? Sometimes it’s our own beliefs that hold us back.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Shakespeare’s theatre of the absurd
Shakespeare’s first play about the unseen world of spirits and invisible forces unravels the utter absurdity of how humanity operates under their influence, and how we so easily get lost in the tangled drama of emotional love without ever questioning its source.