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Domestic violence ... are we all responsible for the cycle of abuse?
Domestic Violence is at pandemic proportions in societies around the world. In this article we explore the reasons for this.
Mind over Matter – fighting a losing battle
There has been a long battle of mind over matter, but overall the war against matter is being lost and the sooner we surrender our minds the better.
Reflecting on alcohol consumption
When you have friends who don’t drink when you do, what feelings arise? Read one man’s experience of what makes us uncomfortable when another makes a healthy choice.
Overeating – a dysfunctional relationship with food
Overeating, binge eating and see-sawing weight gain – a little or a lot – is an all too familiar battlefield. You can’t give up food … so what can you do?
Behaviour, Eating disorder, Over eating, Psychology, Losing weight, Healthy diet
Why I overeat – Nutella and I
What leads us to overeat and choose the foods that we do? Is there a payoff for something we don’t want to look at or feel? Read Sandra’s journey and what happened when she chose awareness over numbing herself with food.
Over eating, Feelings, Healthy diet, Losing weight, Behaviour, Emotions
Men and alcohol
Read how 5 men view alcohol in today’s society and what impact it has had on them as men and the people around them. Whilst their expressions are all different, there appears to be a common thread amongst them.
Are we being affected more than we realise by the music we play or hear?
This revelatory audio reveals that the vibration of music carries an energy with it which is not only heard but also deeply vibrates through our body.
Gender equality: how far have we come?
There is a long history of debate about gender equality and how we can establish this as a way of living. But how far have we come with it, and what is it that keeps diverting us from this longed for way of being together?
Gender equality, Philosophy, Evolution, Feminism, Acceptance, Behaviour, Intelligence
Lifestyle vs. Livingness
This article explores the difference between lifestyle and livingness and how living life from your true essence leads you to healthy living.
Livingness, Lifestyle, Philosophy, Behaviour, Culture, Essence, Harmony, Illusion, Healthy living
Seeing truth for the first time
A Testimonial on The Way It Is and the benefits it delivers.
When does sugar addiction begin?
Anyone who has gone cold turkey to give up sugar knows how difficult it can be and just how addictive sugar is. So when does our addiction to sugar begin?
A Treatise on Consciousness – A Treatise on Energetic Truth
There are two consciousnesses that we can all choose from and do continually, even if we are unaware of the choice we have.
So, you want to be a man?
Growing up as men we have many choices to make about what sort of ‘man’ we want to be. Who will be our role models and what sort of effect will they have on our lives?
Acceptance, Alcohol, Behaviour, Bullying, Children, Confidence, Raising children, Tenderness, Body image
Women – let’s be honest with ourselves!
On International Women’s Day we present why women override what they know deep down to be true and instead choose to play one of the many roles available to them.
PMS – Is it a valid excuse to behave like a ‘Crazy B!tc#’ ??
PMS – What’s going on Ladies? …Is the PMS Power Pass really a valid excuse to behave badly … or is it simply an excuse to not step up?
Behaviour, Cycles, Emotions, Menstrual cycle, Body awareness, Health conditions
Co-dependency aka ‘Pretzelling’ or the compulsion to comply
Watch this entertaining video on co-dependent relationship problems
Acceptance, Behaviour, Performance anxiety, Rejection, Relationships, Tension, Awareness
How to stop food cravings
Trying to go gluten free but keep having pesky food cravings? Understand more and try out these how to stop food craving tips.
Behaviour, Body awareness, Over eating, Gluten free, Psychology, Weight-loss
Self-loathing and low self-esteem
Have you noticed just how much we use self loathing to reject ourselves? It seems that to have low self-esteem, low self-worth and to actively engage in self-loathing is absolutely acceptable in society, that it’s a ‘normal part of life’. How did that happen?
Self-esteem, Rejection, Appreciation, Behaviour, Relationships, Self-worth
Signed, sealed, delivered . . . I’m yours – what more proof do we need to know about the effects of music?
With every cell of our body affected by an unremitting soundtrack, how long are we going to accept the imposition of music as part and parcel of everyday retail, or in fact everyday life?
Behaviour, Corruption, Energy in music, Music, Overwhelm, Psychology
Our tendency to react
All reactions are triggered from the hurts we carry; we can understand these hurts and begin to not react.
An intelligence that, perhaps, is not so intelligent
An Open Letter to Humanity – A testimonial by Kerstin Salzer.
You, family and self-care
Do you ever wonder why being with family impacts on our ability to be our true selves? So why do we do the opposite when we are around them?
Ever considered the impact that certain music, artists and their behaviours have on society, and is there such a thing as 'musical responsibility'?
Behaviour, Anti-social behaviour, Accountability, Music, Music videos, Musicians, Role models
A collection of free audio and quotes for real men and their friends!
Free downloads, Essence, Behaviour, Health, Relationships, Gender, Body image
Being a good mother – comfort or responsibility?
For a mother, mothering and providing comfort for our children seems a normal responsibility of life, however are we doing too much for our children and preventing them from experiencing life in full?
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
Abuse, Awareness, Behaviour, Domestic violence, Healthy relationships, Sacredness, Stillness, Tenderness
Emotional eating: what’s fuelling our food choices?
What is really triggering us to buy the foods that we do and to reach for the fridge or cupboard door?
Behaviour, Eating disorder, Over eating, Emotions, Stress, Weight-loss
Harmlessness – our true quality lost in a world at war
The world is at war, no matter which way we look at it. We are retaliating and fighting to ‘protect’ our ‘own’ borders. And yet does the power to end warring and disharmony lie in our very own hands?
Abuse, Awareness, Behaviour, Conflict, Harmony, Tension, Brotherhood, Supremacy
Like Footprints in the Sand
Just as we can leave imprints in the sand, how we live leaves an imprint on others that remains. How far reaching and how long lasting are these imprints?
Accountability, Awareness, Behaviour, Lifestyle, Presence, Relationships
A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Shakespeare’s theatre of the absurd
Shakespeare’s first play about the unseen world of spirits and invisible forces unravels the utter absurdity of how humanity operates under their influence, and how we so easily get lost in the tangled drama of emotional love without ever questioning its source.
Road rage … can we regain control of our reactions?
This article looks at how we can lose our connection to our inner gentleness and begin the momentum of raging destructive actions.
Being right versus living in Harmony, Joy, Stillness, Truth and Love
For more loving and harmonious relationships read this article on letting go of being right. Surrendering to the us rather than arguing over who’s right or wrong can lead to joy and harmony.
The ripple effect of emotions
Emotions in the workplace: what ripple effect do they have on colleagues and customers? What role can you play in stopping this?
Relief strategies – the failings of our mental health industry
Tanya Curtis explores the current failings of the mental health industry and the harm that relief-based strategies are having on our society. She offers a new way forward.
Alcohol, Drugs, Behaviour, Evidence-based, Humanity, Mental health, Healthy living
Relationships are always about evolving – the key to making relationships work
Is disharmony in relationships the end, or can it be the beginning of a new and deeper level of loving? Do moments of change and tension signify an important opportunity for both parties to step up?
Ageless Wisdom, Behaviour, Divorce, Love, Marriage, Healthy relationships, Relationship problems
Rat parks, obesity, food, behaviour and connection
The stunning trends of obesity expose the way we live and our lack of purpose and community connection.
Ageless Wisdom, Obesity, Behaviour, Connection, Food industry, Clairsentience, Intelligence
Made in His image
Many religions say man is made in God’s image, but have we taken this too literally? Do we use this to justify many ungodly behaviours?
OCD or the real me
When I was eleven a lot was going on in my life including serious illness in my family, and I also started senior school. Soon after I started compulsively washing my hands in every break, for the whole break.
How to truly express yourself
If every movement is part of our expression, how we move is key. This short October 2018 audio of the month reveals how we express our truth through our movements or not!
Why are we so reactive?
Description of the energetic process when we choose to respond from our hearts instead of reacting from our defences
Three great reasons to ditch your New Year's resolutions before you even make them and how to make true change instead ...
How often do we make New Year resolutions to get ourselves fit and well only to find they we have made ourselves empty promises again? This article challenges this yearly practice by offering another way to make lasting change in our lives.
Behaviour, Body awareness, Weight, Self-love, Well-being, Harmony, Nurturing, Weight-loss
“Souvenirs of Love” – what is love truly and what is keeping us from living it?
Our natural state of being is Love. So why are we insisting on holding on to hurts, making them more important than living who we truly are.
The pressures society puts on men
Seven men share their experiences of the pressure they felt to conform. Even when they knew it was false, men put the same pressure on each other and passed it on to younger boys.
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?
Cyber-bullying and politicians
Tanya Curtis explores how cyber-bullying in politicians is accepted as normal and the impact this is having on our policies.
Unicorns, Hummus and One Unified Truth
Of all the beliefs in the world about god, could there be a one unified truth?
The problem with procrastination
Have you ever considered that procrastination can impact our mental health and wellbeing?
Cyber-bullying – A crime that affects everyone
This article explores the deep rooted causes of cyber bullying and looks at ways to bring about a shift in the apathy that exists around this extremely important topic
Eating disorder or disordered eating?
Labelling and addressing eating disorders alone can limit healing and does not address the epidemic that humanity experiences called disordered eating. Would we see things differently if we reverse the words of eating disorder and addressed instead our disordered eating?
Is change possible? Understanding the choices we make and why!
Have you ever wondered why we make choices that are not good for us? Is it possible there is more to making a choice than a simple yes or no?
Behaviour, Emotions, Feelings, Lifestyle, Over eating, Well-being, Awareness, Healthy living, Intelligence
Whoops is one of my favourite words – a message from the author
This book presents a power-full message that has the potential to change the future wellbeing of everyone who embraces the message and lives it.
Behaviour, Communication, Self-worth, Mental health, Anxiety
Abuse – A matter in our own hands
Abuse – a matter in our hands: is it possible that the choices we make in our everyday life impact all of society? And if so, can we start to make different choices?
International men’s day: November 19th
Supporting International Men’s Day – being a true man in today’s world.
How much of what I do is truly me?
Our September 2020 Audio of the Month looks at a tension we all live under and questions how true we are to who we truly are.
The classroom of life
Tanya Curtis explores our two key roles of being a forever student and a forever teacher of life in what she calls the classroom of life.
Education is about connection
In this short video Serge Benhayon invites teachers to re-connect to their calling.
Students, teachers and the pressure to achieve: Have we got it back-to-front?
Teachers and students are under increasing pressure to achieve results and outcomes. Do we consider the impact that this pressure is having?
Gender based violence – where does it begin? Do we really want to know?
What is a man of true quality? If violence has no true value then there cannot be any truth in making violence a core characteristic of predominant masculine identities.
Domestic violence, Parenting, Raising children, Gender equality, Education, Behaviour, Abuse, Gender
A brief description of addiction and an invitation to deepen your understanding that there is another way to live.
Women and subtle abuse in relationships
Domestic violence is at unacceptable levels globally, but what about the more ‘subtle’ abuse in relationships, for isn’t abuse, abuse?
Abuse, Relationships, Behaviour, Domestic violence, Relationship problems
The Joy and Power of Obedience
Do we reject obedience because we have come to understand it as subservient and weak?
The visible trace of #ghosting
Ghosting has become so normalised in current relationship practice it feels important to understand why this occurs and to explore what’s going on with our communication in relationships, and what’s underneath this increasing trend.
Shakespeare’s Richard III and The Winter of Our Discontent – a new take
Glorious summer or an insatiable winter of discontent – what will we choose? What made Shakespeare’s King Richard III a best seller of its time and still the most performed play in the 21st century?
Accountability, Ageless Wisdom, Awareness, Behaviour, Brotherhood, Corruption, Supremacy
Book 1: Introducing The Body Life Skills Program – 3 Steps to Understanding & Changing Behaviour
Is lasting behaviour change possible? The ground-breaking Body Life Skills program offers just that, and Tanya Curtis has become known as the one practitioner people turn to when they have all but given up, tried everything and been everywhere.
Everyone has flaws
Negativity is rife in the workplace, so much so that it seems almost normal. But is there another way of working together that is ripe and ready for the taking?
Men’s lifestyle bubble
The Men’s Lifestyle Bubble was introduced as a concept by Serge Benhayon in 2006. In this Audio, three men explore what the Lifestyle Bubble is and how it affects men deeply.
Behaviour, Expression, Role models, Self-empowerment, Gender
Turn and face the change
Men are notorious for resisting change and having habitual behaviours that they do not want to let go of. Why is this?
Book 3: Practical Skills for Lasting Behaviour Change
Why are behaviour-related issues getting worse, when in fact we have more available resources and many more experts to support than ever before? And are we just managing behaviours, or making truly lasting change?
An understanding of the effects of Toxic Masculinity
Toxic masculinity is a phrase that is being more commonly used in recent times. What does it mean and how are men responding to these models of masculinity that are negatively affecting their lives in so many ways.
Music – much more than meets the ear
When we understand the power of music and its effect on our body we realise there is far more to discern than how it sounds to the ear.
Real Men, Cars and Bubbles
As men, do we choose our lifestyles like our cars? And are these lifestyles good for us?
Behaviour, Confidence, Lifestyle, Rejection, Self-empowerment
Who are we really harming when we drink alcohol?
Our human intelligence registers when what we are choosing is not good for us, so why is it that when we drink alcohol we are willing to so easily override this so-called intelligence?
Checkpoints – A story of drugs, alcohol, violence, love and responsibility
Mark Twist had a traumatic childhood, tarnished by domestic violence, drugs, and alcohol abuse. Is it possible to change your life from such an upbringing? Mark Twist shares how – by taking responsibility.
Alcohol, Addiction, Love, Hurt, Anxiety, Pain, Behaviour, Abuse, Hardness, Drugs, Domestic violence
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?
Quality of movement = Quality of life
What if the way in which we move determines not only the quality of our own life, but has a ripple effect upon all of life?
Constellations, Behaviour, Body awareness, Conscious presence, Harmony, Yoga
Communication is a big deal
We communicate all the time, but what are we communicating and how true is it? Find out more in our September 2021 Audio of the Month and why true communication is so important and liberating.
Food porn – an innocent photo or an indulgence that is desire and fantasy
Awareness, Behaviour, Healthy diet, Overwhelm, Sugar, Tiredness
Ever reacted? This fun, practical, revelatory conversation is for you!
Have you ever felt how harmful and exhausting reactions are? Would you like to free yourself from the chains and imposition of reactions? This wonderful audio conversation covers that and more.
Anxiety, Behaviour, Emotions, Livingness, Relationships, Responsibility
Mission statements and other works of fiction
What is a mission statement? Does it really mean anything?
Behaviour, Corruption, Essence, Presence, Responsibility, Work stress