A personal account of addictions
Deborah McBride shares how she healed her drug and alcohol addiction. Why is that we reach out for something outside of us to dull ourselves from what life brings and we think we cannot cope with: why are alcohol and drugs such an enticing option and how do we kick addiction to the kerb?
Serge Benhayon TV – True Intelligence and the State of the World
What is the measure of true intelligence? We have sophisticated technology, send Voyagers into space and yet we still ravage our own bodies, callously denigrate others – even those we declare we love – while maintaining we are an intelligent species. How can this be?
Are we choosing food to reduce the amazing being we are?
Are we eating to shine or dull our light? This video explores why we purposely choose foods to dull ourselves.
Eating for the whole body
Eating for a party in your mouth… is it worth it?
Food labelling standards and our food choices
What has happened to the quality of our foods over the past 30-50 years? Are we aware of what we are actually eating and its quality?
How do we break the cycle of our ill-eating habits?
Food cravings, poor eating habits? Is it a lack of willpower? Time to get honest about food.
Serge Benhayon TV – Movement Over Matter
The phrase ‘mind over matter’ has been bandied around for centuries, but has the truth of ‘movement of matter’ ever been considered?
Francis Bacon: his Divine Livingness
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?
Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Unveiling the invisible world of spirits
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s first play about the invisible world of spirits and forces, hilariously and powerfully exposes the absurdity of our operating under the influence of their drama without ever questioning the source of the created chaos.