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…
Time and our relationship with it, Part 2
For many of us ‘time’ carries with it a sense of dissatisfaction or sense of un-fulfilment. Serge Benhayon elaborates why most of us carry an angst, which we perceive, is related to time and discover where it truly stems from.
Love is all around us if we see, hear and feel it
When we are looking for others to love us back ‘our way’ we often actually miss the fact of love being expressed all around us.
Developing communication in your relationships
How can we bring understanding to each other and be true and authentic in how we communicate? In this short video Annette and Gabe beautifully share and demonstrate from their own relationship how important it is to ‘have each other's back’ and support one another to raise the level of how we can express clearly and lovingly.
Education is about connection
In this short video Serge Benhayon invites teachers to re-connect to their calling.
Women in Livingness magazine
A summary of how the new publication Women in Livingness originated and why it’s not your usual magazine.
Natalie Benhayon on Unimed Living
Welcome to the Unimed Living website. This simple way of living is illustrated through every facet of how Natalie Benhayon conducts her way of life. Check out Natalie explaining how Unimed Living can support you.
Perception is our true intelligence – understanding life spherically
“Our hurts or the trauma we experience are never greater than us”. Serge Benhayon speaks of healing from trauma, the importance of dealing with our hurts, and the benefit of approaching life as a cycle or rhythm.
When everyone wants to be loved and adored why do we settle for less than that?
Every interaction is a relationship that has the potential for learning and revitalising, so how do we bring the responsibility and invaluable truth of this into our most intimate relationships to keep them from stagnating?