Women, what is it that we really loathe when we loathe our body?
What are we really loathing when we think we loathe our body?
A dairy free recipe you can use as an entrée or as an accompaniment to any main meal. It’s also a great healthy snack idea.
Quiet quitting at work
Quiet quitting is the latest workplace phenomenon. It may sound like someone is silently resigning from their post, but it actually isn’t this at all.
Dreams of Pad Thai
Are you fantasising about lunch at 10am? There might be more to it than you realise!
Breaking the workplace
Workplaces are a hive being busy, regardless of the cost in lost productivity and workforce wellbeing. Work is essential for us to be able to live – but what if how we live is essential to how we work?
Understanding our food choices (part 2)
Interesting article explaining how the quality of our movements when we are preparing food, can change how the food affects us.
Who said it was the normal to retire?
What is the impact of retirement on our body? And on society?
Leadership – a trance no longer
Much has been written about leadership and this book offers a whole new angle – leadership and love, but how do they go together?
Living with a teenager
How do we support our teenagers in a world that is overwhelming and constantly ‘parenting’ them from social media and outside influences?
What did you do on your Summer Holiday?
The stresses and drudgeries that we frequently experience in everyday life appear to be a ‘given’, but do they have to remain that way. What if there were another way of living?
Longing for retirement
Retirement is viewed as a well deserved right by most people. But are we all missing out when we place so much emphasis on reaching retirement and what is the quality of our relationship with work in the meantime?
Using judgment to self-destruct
Our December 2022 Audio of the Month takes only 1 minute to expose the lie of self-judgment and self-frustration. What a Christmas gift this is!
Developing a supportive work ethic
There are people who work hard, and there are people who we judge as sloppy, or unmotivated. What type are you and, if you consider yourself a hard worker, how do you live your life so that you don’t burn out?
There’s no reality in reality TV
Does television steer more of your life than you’d care to admit? And is there really any such thing as reality in TV?
The World of Relationships
We find ourselves in all sorts of relationships, some amazing and others tricky to navigate. What if there is something bigger being asked of us when it comes to the world of relationships?
Does life really have to be so complex?
Roast fennel and pine nut patties
These vegetarian patties will leave you feeling light and satisfied; they have a wonderfully crispy texture on the outside whilst staying moist on the inside.
Refreshing cucumber and mint sparkling drink
A gorgeous refreshing summer drink that can be enjoyed by family and friends of all ages; everyone will love adding their own favourite touches.
Carrot cake with dairy free frosting
An incredible carrot cake filled with fruit, spices and the awesome crunch of walnuts, then topped off with a smooth lemon fresh frosting.
A classic, simple and adaptable tapenade with a zing of lemon and pepper that will bring a little ray of sunshine to raw vegetables or fish.
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
Life can be our medicine
Watch this short video about how we can support our mental health by learning to care for ourselves and choosing a healthy lifestyle.
Rightsville is no place we wanna be
Being stuck in who’s ‘right and wrong’ in our relationships is a cold painful way to live and let’s be honest, not the life we really want to be living. We all want warm, cooperative, truthful, loving relationships: let’s look at a way out of those stuck positions and express more with more love.
A personal account of addictions
Deborah McBride shares how she healed her drug and alcohol addiction. Why is that we reach out for something outside of us to dull ourselves from what life brings and we think we cannot cope with: why are alcohol and drugs such an enticing option and how do we kick addiction to the kerb?
Serge Benhayon TV – True Intelligence and the State of the World
What is the measure of true intelligence? We have sophisticated technology, send Voyagers into space and yet we still ravage our own bodies, callously denigrate others – even those we declare we love – while maintaining we are an intelligent species.