When it comes to food – let your body speak
The food we eat can transform how we feel in our body, and assist in wellbeing, energy levels and clarity of mind.
What’s all the fuss about self-care?
In this article we reveal the true meaning of self-care, and how it is the missing ingredient in the search for health and wellbeing.
For broccoli lovers this vegetable dish is a great substitute for mashed potato and is a very versatile and easy to follow recipe. It makes a perfect bed for serving up lamb or fish, or on its own makes a delicious light meal.
Lentil and sweet potato soup
This simple recipe delivers a soup that is a warming and nurturing addition to any recipe repertoire … it conjures up warm socks and open fires!
Mindfulness: it’s not the holy grail of awareness
Mindfulness – without the consideration of quality of energy – at best manages the state that we are already in, and at worst supports the ability to do many things that are in fact totally harmful to the body we are walking around in?
Carers need self-care too
The first person that you need to take the time to care for . . . is you. One woman shares her experience of how important it is for carers to self-care first.
I take better care of my car than my body!
Have you ever considered that you take better care of your car than you do of your own body – a Ferrari or a beaten up jalopy, which one are you?
Can’t meditate? Unable to ‘empty’ your mind? Try the Gentle Breath Meditation™ for a simple and practical meditation that puts your quality first.
Comparison – Is it the pot calling the kettle black?
Why is it that we often compare ourselves with others, and instead of appreciating the way they are living we judge our self and beat ourselves up about our bad choices and past mistakes? Dissecting the phrase “The Pot calling the Kettle black” is a great analogy into how, in our Alpha male attitude, we can so easily do this.
Forgive them for they know not what they do
There is a saying that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, so what is the difference that could really make a difference?
Defining the extent of disengagement in education and its many forms
Disengagement among students is presenting in many different ways, in a variety of behaviours and symptoms. Are we truly seeing how widespread this is or only noting the most disruptive examples?
The Magic of Esoteric Yoga
How do the movements in an Esoteric Yoga session relate to the way we move in our day to day life? Here Gabriele experiences how they support us to bring awareness to the way we move and our behaviours.
Serge Benhayon & philosophy
In a world that did not make sense, a world I largely withdrew from, the philosophy presented by Serge Benhayon made complete sense of what I could see playing out with people, all the chaos and turmoil, and why we’re here and where we’re going.
The divine life of Francis Bacon
In Renaissance England, Francis Bacon worked for James I as Lord Chancellor (1618), the top position of government in the realm. How did he manage to live in an immensely grounded way, earthing the Light of Hierarchy, within the corrupt and duplicitous echelons of state?
Giving up the trying to be better in life
Do you find yourself trying to improve things, or to find ways to feel more fulfilled? In this audio, find out how ‘re-connect and surrender to our bodies’ fits into the plan.
The scientific myth of randomness
What if every-thing that happens is a result of an energy that made it happen and has at its essence a most meaning-full and coordinated source?
Inspired by a trip to Marrakesh and without the need for a tagine dish this recipe introduces the exotic into our kitchens. Soft in texture and lightly spiced, this delicious tagine is a winner with all ages.
Capsicum and cashew dip
This smoking hot dish is perfect for summer BBQ’s, picnics, parties or lunch boxes.
Crispy lamb cutlets
Lamb cutlets have been a favourite staple for ages; this recipe puts a little twist and a bit of fun to the usual cutlet.
Mint and lemongrass tea
A refreshing vitalising infusion that is so simple to make and a great alternative to our caffeine habit.
Introductory Gentle Breath Meditation®
Yummy Gentle Breath Meditation®
Beating Anxiety Gentle Breath Meditation®
Conscious Presence Gentle Breath Meditation®
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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.
An introduction to body connection and body awareness
Habitual posture can lead to pain or discomfort, and not surprisingly has a direct affect on our vitality. In this experiential 2-part video we bring attention to how simply we can connect to our bodies, bringing awareness to how we stand and sit and the quality we move with through our day.
Young men give their experiences on how they have overcome some of the pressures in today’s society
Hear how some young men are dealing with the pressures placed on them by society around male body image, alcohol consumption and other lifestyle choices.