By Natasha Ferré, Film TV producer, creative director, presenter
I have had the pleasure of interviewing and working with many presenters over my many years working in television and not too many stand out of the crowd. One man did certainly turn my head and has continued to do so over the few years I have known him. I first met Serge Benhayon when I attended one of the healing courses he presented for Universal Medicine. I remember back then that I felt an immediate response to what Serge was saying.
I had been a part of dozens of similar types of interviews with experts and masters of their field for this production, so when I went to interview Serge I offered to send him the questions first (something that we often do so that the guest can prepare their notes). Serge politely declined and said he didn’t need them and thank you. Ok, so he doesn’t know the questions and only a little about the content. I admit I was a little nervous, but with the power of television, knew that I could do as many takes as required.
In the interview he was a little nervous, pretty normal especially as he hadn’t done a lot of television at that stage and the interviews he had given had been completely framed to put him in a bad light. As we continued, Serge loosened up and really started to get in to it. I started firing questions at him and he delivered the ‘content’ seamlessly, bar a little stuff up on words but absolutely NOT on the content. Much to my surprise Serge didn’t have any notes, references or scripts again. Again a lot of experts/presenters I had interviewed in the past were very attached to their notes and making sure that they said the ‘right’ thing, but Serge has absolutely no attachment to getting it right.
It was very obvious that Serge had no need for an outcome from the interview. He didn’t want to sell a book, a course, his philosophies … nothing. Just simply to present truth, from his body; the content he delivered was astounding, yet so simple and relatable in the same token.
I still to this day am constantly blown away with what Serge presents, his humbleness and his true commitment to helping humanity. He is absolutely ‘the real deal’.