Reincarnation and responsibility; Why this is our dinner table conversation
Why is reincarnation such a taboo subject for dinner table conversation? Could it be that its true purpose holds an uncomfortable responsibility for us all?
Dating – It’s not about getting a partner
Are we missing out on the experience that dating offers by focussing on getting a partner as if it is the trophy, the end result of dating? What if there was so much more on offer if we allowed ourselves to not be looking at a ‘final destination’?
Looking for love in all the wrong places: before and after casual sex
From a very young age all I wanted when I grew up was to find love, be married and have six sons. But through a series of events, that dream was shattered and I started looking for love in all the wrong places.
Self-care takes care of itself
Self-care is the everyday activities done differently, by me and from me and from the inside out rather than bringing something to me from the outside in
The merry-go-round of a perfect life
If only I had this, looked that way, got a new car, had a bigger home and better job – then my life would be perfect...
Tomorrow never comes
Have you ever earnestly declared that this is the last packet of cigarettes, the last drink, the last block of chocolate and the last time you will overeat because tomorrow you will most definitely choose differently?
The oldest religion on earth
Karin Becker explores the truth that The Way of The Livingness is in fact the oldest religion on earth and its lineage never died.
The way we move shapes our bodies
When we look at people’s bodies as they age, it is easy to see how a person has lived – stooped over, bent over with aches and pains, twisted spines, waddling ways of walking, osteoarthritis of the hips and lower spines. But what is it that shaped the body this way?
Our relationship with sleep
Is it possible to have a great relationship with sleep and truly value what it brings to our body and daily life? Explore these simple tips to make your sleep restful and rejuvenating.
What are we taking off and where from – when we take time off?
Have you ever taken time off to rest, or recover, or deal with life’s stresses? If so, did you find that whatever you did on those days helped you feel rejuvenated and ready to go?
Healing is the removal of that which you are not
In our June 2023 Audio of the Month Serge Benhayon presents the healing fact that there is nothing wrong with us.
The state of our health
Worldwide, people tend to rely on medical systems and science to explain and treat illness and disease. But what’s our part at the individual level?
Reading Serge Benhayon’s books
Reading Serge Benhayon’s books is an experience like no other; it is a surrender into what we already are. Moreover, it does not end on closing them, but continues in a different form.
Making love in the kitchen
Are we robbing ourselves of the true joy of relationships? Reducing them to a fraction of their fullness and potential?
Consciousness; breaking the human paradigm
Ever wondered what consciousness is, how we interact with it and its purpose? Could we be seeking an explanation of consciousness in all the wrong places and if so, why? And what if human consciousness is not human at all?
The not-so-secret secret of how music informs and forms us
Just like fashion, music styles reinvent rapidly – never have there been so many genres to cover every aspect of the human condition on a global scale. How does music married to lifestyle influence the way we view life, what choices we make, our behaviours and even the words we speak?
Cucumber canapé boats
Super fun, versatile recipe for fresh tasting finger food that will make everyone smile from the inside out.
Broccoli pizza base
This is an unusual, surprisingly light and tasty pizza base; using a variety of healthy ingredients, this crispy edged base can be served straight from the oven with toppings of your choice. A fun, inventive way to introduce vegetables to children.
Amazing crab salad
Light, fresh, quick and simple to make, this recipe will touch the hearts and tummies of all those who come anywhere near it (even those who think they don’t like salad)
Tender salmon cubes with finely sliced and sautéed vegetables
A super simple, light, refreshing and of course sexy salmon dish that will lighten your table, conversation and body.
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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.
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.
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?