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Real men don’t eat quiche
‘Real Men don’t eat quiche’ is a well known phrase, but where did it originate from? This article exposes our masculine ways and asks whether we have a model of man bound in many stereotypical but unnatural forms.
Competition, Feelings, Hardness, Lifestyle, Tenderness, Rejection
Learning and living true physiotherapy – Part one
Kate Greenaway shares her experiences on learning what True Physiotherapy is all about in considering each patient as a physical, emotional and energetic being.
Hardness, Connective tissue, Tension, Vitality, Harmony, Intelligence
Relationships - why we should come clean about our deepest hurts
In this video Serge Benhayon talks about how toughening up and protecting ourselves from hurt is trampling our delicate nature.
Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy
In this healing therapy, very light, gentle and rhythmic movements are applied by the practitioner, to the client’s body and connective tissue. It is deeply relaxing, supporting the client to release any area of tension in their body, allowing them to feel more still with a spaciousness and flow in their body.
Bringing up boys to become glorious men!
There is much that occurs in the journey from boy to man. Read on to find out what is troubling boys and how we can bring up and support our boys to become glorious men.
Parenting, Raising children, Gentleness, Hardness, Tenderness
Knowing when to let go and rest
The readings of Serge Benhayon are multidimensional, timely and timeless. Nicola Lessing shares the reading she received during a heart incident that led to surgery, and how the support and wisdom of this reading is still relevant and valuable many years later.
Health, Healing, Universal Medicine, Awareness, Health conditions, Hardness, Heart disease
From toughness to openness – a man’s story
From tough to gentle – bricklayer Mark, realising how tender he really was, saw how the toughness and hardness he thought he had to be in to work and survive in this industry didn’t work.
Introduction to Esoteric Massage
Brief introduction to Esoteric Massage
Esoteric, Massage, Harmony, Healing, Hardness, Tension, Surrender
Your body tells the truth
Developing ‘body awareness’ is an essential part of developing self-care. This article looks at how to develop body awareness that supports you to care more deeply for your body.
Body awareness, Self-empowerment, Well-being, Empowerment, Hardness, Tension
Goodbye hardness – Hello spaciousness
How Esoteric Massage has supported this professional acrobat and fitness professional, letting go of the hardness and tightness in her body, returning to a spacious, graceful body as the delicate woman she is today.
Hardness, Pain, Surrender, Body awareness, Tenderness, Massage
It's not normal to live in pain
With nearly 1 person in every family in Australia experiencing chronic pain, has pain become something we regard as normal? Physiotherapist Kate Greenaway shares how understanding the role of connective tissue can help people lessen their chronic pain.
Ovarian cancer – what’s happening to women? Reading the signs
What is happening to women today? We have access to the answers to all our woes, all we have to do is ask the question and the answer is always there waiting to be read.
Alcohol, Hardness, Cancer, Self-love, Connective tissue, Women's health
Finding out I am a sensitive guy through Sacred Esoteric Healing
Men compromise their true qualities in order to fit in with what society expects them to be. Can Esoteric Healing support them to reveal and let go of the beliefs about themselves that are not true?
Hardness, Modality, Practitioner, Self-esteem, Stillness, Tenderness
From ‘knocking myself about’ with exercise to deeply supporting my body
There is no development of vitality and fitness if we leave part of ourselves behind – and yet we say we or others are fit, when maybe muscle tone and stamina is strong but the body is suffering in other ways.
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.
Natalie Benhayon: Redefining what it is to be a powerful woman
Eleanor Cooper shares how Natalie Benhayon busted through all her ideals and beliefs about what it is to be a strong and powerful woman.
The key to letting go of protection
In this March 2021 Audio of the Month Serge Benhayon presents why we live in protection and how we can let go of using nervous tension to get through life.
The unveiling of the true woman within
Desiree shares her development from complete desolation and disconnection back to the beautiful unfolding reflection of her true tender self.
Abuse, Alcohol, Hardness, Career, Healthy relationships, Self-love, Universal Medicine, Women's health, Relationship problems
Gay men or straight men – Is there a difference?
Find out the answer when we break down what it is to be a man, get past all the protections, all the ideals and the beliefs, and get to the very core within all men. You may be surprised at what you find.
Tenderness, Gay, Culture, Acceptance, Self-worth, Role models, Hardness, Empowerment, Brotherhood
The hidden harm in self-care
The hidden harm in ‘self-care’ may sound like a parody, but it is not an attempt to be either witty or clever, I am in fact being very serious.
Alcohol, Bloating, Connection, Exhaustion, Fitness, Hardness
Real men don’t cry
Real men don’t cry, but the suicide statistics are telling us a different story – that perhaps it is time to question our male role models.
Alpha male or true leader
We celebrate the idea of the alpha male, but is this culture a form of toxic masculinity, and is there another way to be that will allow men to be part of healthier societies living in greater wellbeing?
Sensitivity – are men risking their health by dismissing their greatest strength?
A man living his true nature, what does that mean, and within this, is there room for the word sensitive. Time for a change in our approach to men’s health that embraces the underrated S word.
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.
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
Why is gentleness important?
Being gentle is the first and a very important step that takes us from a way of life that has conditioned us to be hard and tough, to re-connecting us back to who we are, our natural way of being and knowing that we are by nature, gentle, loving and very delicate.
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?
The fallacy of right
We have all delighted in being right, but what does it really feel like in our body and what is the prize we pay for being right? Is there more to being right than meets the eye?
No baby is born abusive!
The beginning is a very good place to start when we have a problem or an issue that needs attention, and the rise of the many abhorrent forms of abuse in the world is definitely one such issue that needs urgent attention.
The de-light of perpetuated resurrection
What if tomorrow is an invention and does not in truth exist? And does that then mean that we cannot start dieting, exercising, becoming a better or kinder person tomorrow? And furthermore, do we actually get a kick out of this merry-go-round that is not going anywhere?