Why we bring conscious presence to the eyes in Esoteric Yoga
The eye area may be just a small part of our body, but when you consider how much of life is seen, clocked, received or projected from our eyes they have a massive impact on how and what we experience as our day to day lives. Explore with this experiential video…
The phases of my menstrual cycle
A woman’s menstrual cycle is very delicate and precise. This article visually represents the different phases and gives you a far deeper understanding of the changes a woman’s body goes through.
Sparkling Eyes - Heaven’s Joy - Music Video
Music to light up your day, you can’t help but smile and sing with Sparkling Eyes – ‘a joy to hear’ with the beautiful, rich tone of Andrea Leohardi’s vocals accompanied by band members Urs Fuchs, Chris Krämer and the Gentle Voices.
"Stronger" – Glorious Music Video
A song for everyone, ‘Stronger’ presents an inspiring message supporting girls and women to choose the inner strength that exists within them, to deal with the pressures faced in our world today.
Serge Benhayon TV – Whole Body Intelligence
What is ‘Whole-body Intelligence’ and what can it tell us about how to move and walk so that we can deliver an intelligence that holds all equal in the realm we live in. Sound grand? It is. Welcome to Episode One of Serge Benhayon TV.
Building intimacy in your relationships
We all long for true intimacy, but how do we juggle work, family, relationships, and stay open to others? Intimacy in relationships starts with you, the willingness to investigate the depths of who you are.
Introducing Esoteric Yoga – The Yoga of Stillness
Introducing Esoteric Yoga – The Yoga of Stillness, a Universal Medicine Therapy founded by Serge Benhayon.
How to check for signs of testicular cancer
In this humorous video from an International Men’s Day Presentation, Doctor Sam Kim grabs hold of a lemon and a stocking, and teaches us how to self-check for testicular conditions.
Time and our perception of it
What if time itself doesn’t move? Serge Benhayon asks us to consider that a tension is created in our body when we try to keep up with something that we have perceived as getting away from us. Could this explain why so many of us have an issue with time?