Young men give their experiences on how they have overcome some of the pressures in today’s society
Hear how some young men are dealing with the pressures placed on them by society around male body image, alcohol consumption and other lifestyle choices.
Self-care and managing people: how the two go hand-in-hand
Kate Gamble, a General Manager in Marketing, shares how self-care has supported her to let go of the pressures and expectations to perform, allowing her to build more loving, connected relationships with people at work.
Self-care: An essential ingredient to a successful career
Kate Gamble, a General Manager in Marketing, shares how self-care is an essential ingredient for being a great manager, ensuring the person you bring to work is vital, engaged and open to connect with people.
Four ingredients and step by step instructions. In less than a minute learn how to make broccoli rice - an alternative nourishing option to rice.
Self-care and people: how connection transforms the way you work
Ray Graham, an Apple Computer Support Technician, shares his experience of how connecting with people and making that his first priority before ‘fixing problems’ has completely transformed the way he works.
Serge Benhayon TV – Universal Medicine: Reversing the trends on lifestyle related disease
The World Health Organisation reports that 68% of people are dying of non-communicable lifestyle diseases. So what makes healing possible? In this video Serge Benhayon offers the key.
How has Esoteric Yoga helped in your daily life?
Discover how Sue found Esoteric Yoga to be a support to live more in her body and less in her mind.
Serge Benhayon TV – The Science of Responsibility
What is ‘responsibility’? Could it actually be completely different to what we imagine it to be? Could there be more to it? To unpack this phenomenon, Rebecca Asquith and Serge Benhayon explore the quality that makes up the ‘being’ in human being.
Serge Benhayon TV – Domestic violence: a modern plague
In this revealing interview Serge Benhayon sets the bar for decency way above what we have made ‘normal’ in this current climate of abuse and the modern plague of domestic violence.