All of us – What we always wanted, but never cared to seek
The décor might have changed, but true evolution lays not in the material but how we treat ourselves, each other and from there, all we share this planet with and Earth itself.
Educated food choices – become your own physician!
When it comes to nutrition, our medical professionals are largely uneducated. Most in the health industry know little about food, food choices and energetic responsibility.
Zoochosis – A very human condition
Zoochosis doesn’t just affect captive animals. What if this man-made disease stemmed from our own captive distress?
Serge Benhayon TV – Universal Medicine and the Media
What was it about Serge Benhayon and his work that was perceived as a threat to the status quo of health and healing: are we truly free to offer services that benefit our communities? SBTV explores the repercussions of the lack of accountability in the media.
The question of evolution
How evolved are we?
Women – unnecessary collateral damage in a battle against ourselves
With such high rates of violence against women in all its forms around the world, we have to look deeper at the cause
International Women’s Day: In the pledge for parity, we’re fighting a war we cannot win
The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day is parity, and even though equal rights and opportunities are an enormous achievement for women, there is something far greater that we’ve been missing along the way.
The forgotten side of dementia
We are in the middle of a new and burgeoning burden of disease. It is the forgotten side of dementia in the era that has prided itself on extending human life.
We are sinking
The coalface of illness and disease. We are spending billions of dollars keeping people alive, yet investing nothing in the thing that we must invest in.