When 1 woman a week is killed by a current or former partner in Australia and when men’s violence towards other men is even more prevalent again, what is truly going on for men? [First published on: sergebenhayon.tv] Serge Benhayon is interviewed by Rebecca Asquith.
3/9/2018 06:14:11 am
I love the immense wisdom offered here. Instead of focusing on the unloving choices and behaviour, how about starting from a knowing that every single one of us is a deeply sensitive, aware, loving and multidimensional being? The question then becomes how have we ended up with a world that does not honour each of us at this level and how can we be responsible going forward to ensure that it does.
4/10/2018 05:24:18 am
When I feel stripped back I feel ultimately sensitive. The great thing about this feeling is the offer to be honest -- this is a great confirmation. The more you confirm this feeling the more accepting you are of others and life.
17/10/2018 10:25:58 pm
I really like the commonality concept presented in this interview that we need to support each other as human beings first and foremost to connect with and express the beautiful qualities that we all share as human beings (as mentioned in this interview) and then let each person personally express those qualities in their own way. What a world we would live in if we actually did this.
23/11/2018 01:37:10 am
It is fair to say the most of us do not like feeling insecure and when we do we tend to seek a quick solution to remediate the inner insecurity. What Serge is offering is that there is actually great importance in feeling vulnerable and sensitive as it opens us up to the true answers, not just the quick fix remedies
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