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.
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?
Even with raised awareness and improved education, society continues to see shocking rates of domestic violence. So, what are we missing? What are we not wanting to see? [First published on: sergebenhayon.tv] Serge Benhayon is interviewed by Rebecca Asquith.
What is responsibility? Why, for the most part, do we avoid it at all costs? Is ‘responsibility’ obliging to the tedious practicalities of life under the guise of doing the ‘right’ thing? Or could it be more? [First published on: sergebenhayon.tv] Serge Benhayon is interviewed by Rebecca Asquith.
What happens before anxiety becomes anxiety? What happens before dementia becomes dementia? What is the nature of our dis-ease before it becomes a physical and nameable disease? [First published on: sergebenhayon.tv] Serge Benhayon is interviewed by Rebecca Asquith.
In this short video Serge Benhayon invites teachers to re-connect to their calling.