Beauty – do you fit the image?
The fashion of body shape is taking the world by storm, but is this really the measure of our beauty?
Supply and Demand of the sex robot
With a massive rise in porn and the billion dollar sex-tech industry, it’s time to look at why many of us are running from true intimacy and love with another. Why do we choose sex and stimulation over making love and evolution?
Alcohol – a scourge on society?
We know the dangers of alcohol use, and its ripple effects on society, so why is it we continue to drink it?
Addiction to pain killers, the rise of opioids
There is a world-wide epidemic that started under the guise of medicine. Prescription pain relievers – synthetic opioids such as fentanyl – play a big part in a serious international crisis that affects public health as well as social and economic welfare.
The movement of suicide
Suicide continues to rise. The stats during COVID-19 are not yet available, but in a rising tide of suicide, are we any closer to understanding more about it?
Food glorious food
Awash with food outlets, TV cooking shows, TV chefs and their latest recipe books, should we be healthier and eating better than ever?
Despite the billions spent in pharmaceuticals, technology and healthcare, illness and disease continues to rise – so what is going on and what does that mean for all of us?
The Serge Benhayon prophecy of sleep and repose
We spend a third or more of our human life in sleep. Our true depth of productivity can never be fulfilled because we have not understood the truth of waking and sleeping as a cycle of motion and repose.
Conventional medicine & healthcare systems in a state of crisis
Health systems are in crisis, unable to sustain the costs of care. Conventional medicine’s focus on end-stage symptom management isn’t working, hence why we must understand the root cause of all ill so it can be prevented and/or truly healed.
Rise in breast cancer and Serge Benhayon’s 1999 prediction
We continue to keep ourselves in the illusion of the claim that we are winning the ‘war’ on breast cancer because we have better drugs and treatments which result in longer survival rates whilst still great many women are being diagnosed with breast cancer. Whatever smarty-pants answers we may come up with, they are not even worthy of mention and here is why…