Cherry ripes, jelly snakes and music – same, same
Going sugar free? Ever thought about the similarities between the effects of sugar and that of music on your body? They may be more alike than you think.
Music and parenting
Rosie shares how listening to music can affect us. In this case, how her young daughter’s mood changed, and how her ability to stay connected to herself and the family was affected.
Breaking up with food
Forget the diet plan! Breaking up with food asks us to look at the pain under the comfort-seeking eating patterns we desperately cling to and see what happens.
"Stronger" – Glorious Music Video
A song for everyone, ‘Stronger’ presents an inspiring message supporting girls and women to choose the inner strength that exists within them, to deal with the pressures faced in our world today.
Obesity, food and fasting
Food and Obesity are connected but not in the way one may expect.
Spicy pan fried fish
Are you looking for a fish meal that is light, nourishing and never gets boring? Bring in your own flair by choosing whichever fish you feel to and having some fun mixing it up. The spices bring this super simple gluten free and dairy free meal alive. Pan frying with quality olive oil makes for an easy and tasty fish dish.
Rhubarb and pear compote
This simple rhubarb and pear compote, served with granola or nut crème, provides a delicious warming breakfast to start your day.
The music app your child uses that could be more dangerous than you think
Do your children use music apps? – They could be more dangerous than you think.
“If music be the food of love, play on.”
William Shakespeare said “If music be the food of love, play on.” Was he onto something about music’s effect on our wellbeing when he wrote these words?
So Lovely – Sounds of Soul
Sounds of Soul musicians Tina Kopa and Catherine Wood team up with Natalie Benhayon and Iris Pohl to deliver a masterpiece of musical video.
How to stop food cravings
Trying to go gluten free but keep having pesky food cravings? Understand more and try out these how to stop food craving tips.
Everyone is born with a beautiful voice – Singing and speaking
In re-discovering the amazing voice that we are naturally born with we can all sing, speak and express freely!
Parsley, lemon and macadamia dairy free pesto
A delicious dairy free parsley pesto recipe. Creamy macadamias and fresh lemon combine to make this a treat to have alongside fish or meat, mix into soup or spread on crackers as a light and filling snack.
Food as a pacifier
Have we been using food as a pacifier since we were babies? Is this contributing to weight issues such as obesity and diabetes and our ability to live well and be vital?
Carrot salad Moroccan style
An unusual take on a salad inspired by a trip to Morocco; cooked carrots and a whole lot of amazing herbs and spices making it an absolute winner.
Developing confidence from within
There is a link between confidence and conscious presence. Connection with the body supports us to bring an inner steadiness and ease to whatever comes our way in life.
Understanding is our ability to read energy
In our Audio of the Month for June 2020, Serge Benhayon presents how, when we read energy, we are truly able to empower ourselves and understand life – so why would we avoid that?
I may not be a scientist, but I’ve always been a why-entist
What if all we truly needed to gain a better understanding of ourselves, others and the world we live in was to simply nurture that innate curiosity we engendered as a child, and begin to use the interrogative word WHY to bring a deeper understanding to the true nature of our reality?
Obesity – what is truly going on?
We cannot blame our worldwide obesity problem simply on our environment and marketing.
You, family and self-care
Do you ever wonder why being with family impacts on our ability to be our true selves? So why do we do the opposite when we are around them?
Time, Space and all of us, Book 3 – all of us
Humanity is not getting anywhere on its current trajectory. What is needed is the pull-up and reminder that we are more than human and that we can, as we have been for eons, be united in what divides us or truly and once for all unite in the one and only truth.
Hamlet – ‘To be or not to be?’ That is not the question – outing the plot of ‘thinking’
In Hamlet, Shakespeare exposes the true nature of the Hamlet’s dilemma, and yet this has never been written about before. Discover the nature of the appalling lie that has been trapping humanity for aeons.
The song of man
Can a man change his tune from songs of self-rejection to a more truly self-loving melody? Worth exploring…
Chicory with lemon, garlic and parsley
These simple ingredients create a memorable flavoursome experience that is lovely served straight from the pan or at room temperature.
Diced fennel lamb
This is one of those simple high impact recipes that we all appreciate having in our repertoire. Nutritious and very grounding if life feels a bit hectic. A super delicious yet simple lamb dish.
Apple and rhubarb bake
This is the perfect dish when gathering friends and family together - a great dessert to follow any meal - the spicy apple and rhubarb base and light topping is a warming and tasty alternative to the traditional crumble.
Salmon, pea and samphire salad
This fresh, colourful warm salmon salad is perfect for a summer’s day meal or as a party dish… and research shows that children love it too!
Introductory Gentle Breath Meditation®
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Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Unveiling the invisible world of spirits
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s first play about the invisible world of spirits and forces, hilariously and powerfully exposes the absurdity of our operating under the influence of their drama without ever questioning the source of the created chaos.
The question of gender in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
In his bitter-sweet comedy Twelfth Night, Shakespeare exposes the illusions we hold around love and gender – illusions which actually set us up to keep true Love at bay.
Why we bring conscious presence to the eyes in Esoteric Yoga
The eye area may be just a small part of our body, but when you consider how much of life is seen, clocked, received or projected from our eyes they have a massive impact on how and what we experience as our day to day lives. Explore with this experiential video…
An Introduction to Esoteric Yoga – simple everyday movements
Explore Esoteric Yoga with this experiential video. Discover how to bring focus to our body and our movements – and with that, bring ourselves to a deeper inward focus and sense of ease.