Episode 2 - Business and Evolution

What does the economy of the future look like? After the inevitable collapse of industries that destroy the health and wellbeing of populations and continue to bankrupt nations; when greed is eventually no longer the driving force behind business, what will take its place – what does ‘love in business’ look like? What is the correlation between money and our kidney energy or ‘life force’ and what would happen if we did business in the understanding that our return on investment will always first and foremost be energetic? In this episode Serge Benhayon reveals why money is not the root of all evil and why ‘God is Business’.

We have been lied to about cigarettes, about the harms of sugar and many other products – “what makes us think that we haven’t been lied to about Spiritualism?” In the second half of this episode Serge Benhayon discusses the true nature of the spirit, spirituality and the Soul — it is not what you might think.


  • Mary March 3, 2022   Reply →

    Monica we know that there are many thing’s in life that do not support us, I over heard a builder say to his mate as he was eating a big bar of chocolate I need the sugar. He wasn’t saying I like eating chocolate he was very aware that he was feeling exhausted and was reaching for sugar to give him the rush of energy he felt he needed to keep going along with a cup of coffee. Perhaps what we need to look at is how are we living life that leads to our exhaustion.

  • Mary December 24, 2020   Reply →

    I was told that a multi-millionaire has an old school report that they have framed, it sits on their desk in their office as a constant reminder of failure if they don’t apply themselves. How many of us went home with these types of school reports? Those school reports were crushing as we were made to feel ‘less than’ it is a total affront to our sensitivity. This person has become very ‘successful’ at the expense of others, they are totally ruthless in their business interactions. When our natural sensitivity is crushed then we tend to fight back and crush other people to get what we want. Is it possible to say we are all set up from a very early age so that we have produced and contribute to a dog eat dog society? So, these series of presentations by Serge Benhayon to me are needed as humanity is being offered another perspective where it is possible to be very successful and live a very enriching life in business without having to crush people in the process. I look forward to the day when ‘Gods’ business is the blueprint for all businesses.

  • Mary December 4, 2020   Reply →

    Rebecca makes a great comment how it’s interesting to see how critical people can be and yet no one says anything about the services that do us most harm, they seem to go under societies radar. So why is it okay to numb ourselves into oblivion and yet the moment we want to take more care of ourselves then that’s not acceptable and society pushes back. This makes no sense to me.

  • Inma Lorente June 28, 2020   Reply →

    Attending workshops and presentations from Universal Medicine is one of the greatest choice I ever made. It’s an investment that enriches my life greatly, I love spending my money, my energy in supporting a business that counts with a team who live with energetic integrity and responsibility. One of the most beautiful things that I can feel from the Universal Medicine teamwork is the respect, the care and the equality they relate with each other. For me is an example of how we could be all Humanity.

  • Melinda Knights January 31, 2020   Reply →

    Great conversation about money and how we can use that for love and healing, not for self harm. Even that point alone is a stop moment as we don’t generally look at money that way, we just spend and consume, but what are we consuming and what is the effect on us and as a result – on those around us?

  • Melinda Knights October 27, 2019   Reply →

    There must be so many harmful beliefs that influence how people do business, including how we view money, profit, and the success of the company above people, integrity, and our health and well-being. It’s a great conversation because business is everywhere but it’s not really evolving, standards aren’t being raised, and self care in how we work, and the true care of our customers, is not the usual foundation in business. There are a lot of repeating patterns in business, for example we were sold the harmlessness of tobacco and that got outed, now it’s sugar – what’s next? We seem to be repeating cycles, when what we really need is change. The relationships we form in business with customers, employees and suppliers, etc, should have the values of honesty, integrity, care, equality, and love, the same values that we would foster and expect with our loved ones.

    • Mary June 18, 2020   Reply →

      Melinda this is a great conversation to be having, I have seen many changes in the work place over the years and the negative ways of conducting business so that the company makes it all about making money, profit, and putting the ‘success’ of the company above people, integrity, and our health and well-being. We seem to have reduced business down to KPI’s which is a set of quantifiable measures that a company uses to gauge its performance over time and that of it’s staff – are they achieving their set targets. To me it is the most inhuman way of conducting business and has us reduced to mere machines.

  • Annoymous July 7, 2019   Reply →

    Wow said like that we all have so much to learn about true business by looking at the interplay of natural around us – true business.

  • Mary May 30, 2019   Reply →

    It is very interesting to question why is it that health care workers, scientists, doctors, dentists, surgeons etc.,who study anatomy extensively still smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol or eat food that the body finds difficult to digest. When put like this is just doesn’t make any sense to me, what does makes sense to me is that there is a character within our bodies that seems to want to bludgeon our bodies so that our senses are numb and dulled when our senses are numb and dulled then we are rudderless and easily played with. And if we look at our current way of living we can see this playing out.

  • Viktoria April 29, 2019   Reply →

    I actually love business, the exchange between people, the brainstorming of how to make it stronger, better ideas & working together to provide a better service that can benefit the clients. That is my idea of real business, real purposeful work to bring benefit to all. However, unfortunately the reality is that we live in a world where that has been long forgotten and we are making everything about the financial gain or the market value.

  • Ariana March 26, 2019   Reply →

    Who wants to hear about the future of industry? Who is interested? “What does the economy of the future look like?” It’s all revealed here, yet the business world is all about making the fast buck now, but where does this actually take us?

    • Mary June 18, 2020   Reply →

      Ariana to answer your question about the business world making that fast buck and where does this actually take us. I am watching how it demoralizes the work force, it pitches the workforce against one another and the stress of all this make the workforce ill. I have personal experience of watching this happen around me all in the name of making money and turning a profit.

    • Mary October 9, 2021   Reply →

      Ariana, I cannot wait for the day when as it is written
      ” when greed is eventually no longer the driving force behind business,”
      I am watching on a daily basis how companies are destroyed because greed was allowed to get the upper hand. It is so destructive and everyone is affected by it.

  • Ariana March 25, 2019   Reply →

    To make business about everyone and not just about profits or outcomes, that is revolutionary.

    • Mary June 19, 2020   Reply →

      When we make business all about KPI’s (Key performance Indicators) and base the success of the organization on generating a high return in profit, then from my experience the customer relationship has gone, and we have turned ourselves into human machines. Watching this presentation shows me there is another way to conduct business and business is about everyone as it should always have been.

  • Ariana March 16, 2019   Reply →

    What is on offer here is pure gold – this will revolutionise the business world in time.

  • Viktoria March 7, 2019   Reply →

    I’ve noticed that the answers to the questions are not always direct, Serge always starts 100 steps back to explain the root of the question. I always find it fascinating how something which happened 3/4/5 days ago even a year can have a direct impact on something tiny happening right now. But if a butterfly can cause a hurricane, imagine what we human beings can do.

  • Ariana February 22, 2019   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon has revolutionised the business world for all time, it may take a while for this to be seen in full, but the standard is there for all to follow, thanks to him.

  • Michael Brown February 20, 2019   Reply →

    Being in business is an amazing experience… So many people, so many interactions, so big an impact to be made!

    • Mary December 24, 2020   Reply →

      I agree Michael business can be an amazing experience when we make it about people first and not profit first.

  • Ariana February 19, 2019   Reply →

    It’s clear that setting up a business on the principles of truth and love and you will not be popular with certain sectors. Set it up based on greed and competition and yeah – you fit right in, cause no stir and are perfectly acceptable to have around.

  • Ariana February 13, 2019   Reply →

    What is business all about? Is it a smash and grab, or is it the means by which we all can learn and grow? Serge Benhayon is showing us the way we can grow each other, making business about all of us, instead of just me me me.

  • Michael Brown February 10, 2019   Reply →

    Many industries are a ticking time bomb, delaying the inevitable decline in demand from consumers.

  • Mary February 10, 2019   Reply →

    The way we are currently ‘doing’ business is harming us all because we have put profit before people. There is this drive to feed what I call the profit monster that has an insatiable appetite, companies want more and more profit and a leaner and leaner work force. We can see the effect this is having on our society with the rise in illness and disease our bodies are breaking down through the stress of making this all happen. I hate this way of conducting business because it doesn’t have to be like this.

  • Danna Elmalah February 7, 2019   Reply →

    An incredible science shared, how the business and evolution can come together when we choose. And so, our free will is always ours and what we do with it. The example of breeding products forward that evolve us, is amazing, and we should take this advise deeply with us in society. What product do truly serve us and which ones aren’t? When we use our honesty in regards to our own lives and the work we do, we can bring much more integrity and love in our jobs and lives. Is that not what will feed back humanity exactly what it needs?
    Thank you Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith for bringing out the truth about business, evolution and life.

  • Michael Brown February 3, 2019   Reply →

    If it’s not with people at its core it is without success.

  • Ingrid Ward January 28, 2019   Reply →

    I could never understand why societally accepted intelligent people, including me, used to do things that harmed their bodies. And I could never understand why doctors, who I presumed knew all about the body, very rarely, if ever, offered advice on the products most of their patients were ingesting, products that were probably affecting their health. Along comes Serge Benhayon, and in a very short space of time has answered those two questions, plus many more I had lined up. I deeply appreciate that I have had the opportunity to listen to a man who makes so much sense of this crazy mixed up world we all inhabit, a man whose presentations everyone in the world deserves the same opportunity to hear, and if some say ‘no thanks’ then that is their choice; they will certainly not be judged by Serge.

  • SC January 28, 2019   Reply →

    This blows out of the water the usual business model. This is about love, this is about people, this is about evolution.
    Thank you Serge Benhayon for showing us there is another far more truly powerful way to do business.

  • Michael Brown January 26, 2019   Reply →

    And it will forever be the consumer who shapes the market, not the shareholders.

  • Ariana January 21, 2019   Reply →

    The responsibility that is lived here is immense, to put people before profits and not just that, putting the evolution of everyone before profits. This is not common practice but it is setting a model for all to follow – if they so choose.

  • Caroline Francis January 21, 2019   Reply →

    It is only through our willingness to love and listen to the body will we make the changes. No love for the body and we carry on living the same cycle the spirit demands.

    • Mary April 7, 2021   Reply →

      Caroline Francis, this is a great contribution to the conversation, because to me this part of ourselves that we call the spirit has no love for the body it resides in. It knows it is immortal and can therefore rubbish the body, knowing that it can reincarnate into a fresh body. Because we are not taught the science behind this truth, we then think we have the problem with alcohol for example but actually it’s this other part to us that is indulging in the excess and the physical body cops the outplay of the waywardness. We think it is us that has the problem. Until we can fully understand just how much we are controlled by the unseen force we will always be at the mercy of it.

  • Michael Brown January 18, 2019   Reply →

    Is it about making money or making a difference?

  • Ariana January 6, 2019   Reply →

    Business in the world today seems to mean one thing – money. There is a cash concept that rules the roost, but this is being knocked off it’s perch here – Serge Benhayon is presenting a whole other way to do business that is based on evolution and not greed.

  • Jennifer Smith December 31, 2018   Reply →

    And if businesses that did similar work had a relationship where they were supportive of those businesses where they helped grow each others business would soon show that competition leaves us all very short.

  • Jennifer Smith December 31, 2018   Reply →

    Allowing people to make a true choice when the truth of something is known is fundamental to a free society. For people now who choose to smoke, they now know that what they are doing is causing harm to their body, there is now no longer any myths or lies about cigarette smoking. I did a smoking cessation course as part of my work and Australia is known in the tobacco industry as a ‘dark market’ because of the restrictions and very clear labelling of the harm of smoking. So much so that other countries and followed Australia’s lead on this. This benefits everyone for the simple fact that the truth is out in the open. It may or may not lead to behaviour change, but there is no-one pulling any wool over anyone’s eyes about the impact of smoking on our health.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 11, 2019   Reply →

      As you say stating that something is harmful may not change consumer behaviour, as we so clearly see with the labeling about the harm of cigarettes, and there is the element of consumer demand which keeps the supply going. However this is allowing the consumer free choice and leaving them to in their own time choose to see and address their ‘now-conscious-choice’ of harming themselves.
      Transparency and absolute honesty about products and services can not ever be negotiable.

    • Mary December 24, 2020   Reply →

      I feel you have something here Jennifer Smith
      “there is no-one pulling any wool over anyone’s eyes about the impact of smoking on our health.”
      It’s taken many years for society to accept that smoking is very detrimental to our health, and there are a myriad of other things that we use as a distraction or to numb ourselves from feeling the perpetual unrest in our bodies. When we are given the truth of anything then we have a choice to accept the truth and make any changes necessary, or deny the truth and carry on as before, but we cannot ever say we didn’t know.

  • Michael Brown December 31, 2018   Reply →

    We will always be stronger together – ‘divide and conquer’ has a far greater prevalence than we think.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 30, 2018   Reply →

    The approach to business shared about in this episode is profound and makes so much sense. It ought to be included as a foundational part for any business assessment or training.

  • Gabriele Conrad December 12, 2018   Reply →

    As we conquer the evil that is greed, everything changes and there will no longer be the vast fluctuations in our economic cycles as we have recently witnessed in what is called the global financial crisis, entirely founded on in steeped in greed and fierce competition.

  • Ingrid Ward December 11, 2018   Reply →

    The wisest investment I have ever made was in the first workshop, presented by Serge Benhayon, I attended 14 years ago, as from two amazing days I had more insights into my life and the world around me than I had ever had; life and my place in it finally began to make sense. And I have chosen to continue to make these wise investments and as a result my life today is unrecognisable from the one I used to live. Improved health and well-being, more joy than ever, the list of the bonuses from this investment goes on, and I know that they will continue to until the end of this life, and beyond.

    • Mary December 4, 2020   Reply →

      I totally agree with you Ingrid Ward, the wisest investment for me too was to attend the workshop of Serge Benhayon, every workshop since has supported me to understand myself and the world around me, so that I’m not blindsided by what is happening in our society. I speak to many people around the world and a lot of those people feel helpless and afraid of what is happening to them, their families and are worried about the senseless destruction of our planet, where else are we going to live if we destroy this planet is a question often asked. I feel that if I have not attended the workshop and presentations of Serge Benhayon I too would be feeling helpless and despairing of the downward spiral we all seem to be going in. I’m not despairing at all quite upbeat actually. I cannot change the world, but I can change me and the way I interact with the world and the people in it. Through the teachings of Serge Benhayon I am relearning how to accept and love myself, this has a positive effect on everything I do and say. So much so that it can be felt, as people say to me that they feel so much better after they have spoken to me, they are sensing the love I hold myself in and with, and it gives them a sense of settlement, the same sense of settlement I deepen into when I attend the workshop and presentations of Serge Benhayon.

  • Michael Brown December 10, 2018   Reply →

    Only when we decide we have had enough will the supply start to change.

  • Christoph Schnelle December 7, 2018   Reply →

    The businesses that have a negative impact on our health are very big at the moment – much of the entertainment industry, much of the processed food industry and so on. Interestingly they respond very quickly to pressure – a small sugar tax is enough for most of them to remove the majority of the sugar from their drinks. If there ever was demand for businesses that do not damage our health the supply would be available very quickly.

    • Gabriele Conrad December 12, 2018   Reply →

      Supply and demand, as always they go hand in hand.And once the demand dwindles, the suppliers soon come to their senses, whether that be the media, the entertainment and food industries or the way we treat each other, for that matter.

      • Mary December 24, 2020   Reply →

        Given what you have written Gabriele Conrad then we have to ask the question supply and demand go hand in hand, what are we as human-beings demanding ?

  • Michael Brown December 7, 2018   Reply →

    Before any transaction or exchange, there is a human connection first. Everything after that depends on the quality of that connection.

  • Alison Pearson November 29, 2018   Reply →

    How amazing it will be when we start to truly live and work with love and integrity, honouring who we all are, rather than the dis-regarding, dis-respectful, unloving way that we, most often, currently do business.

  • Alison Pearson November 29, 2018   Reply →

    Everything about doing business will change when with every choice we make, we consider everyone, not just our selves.

  • Michael Brown November 28, 2018   Reply →

    “God is business” is such a cool line – sounds like it’s from an action movie. But the message is deep in it’s delivery. Do we want to do Business or stay ‘unemployed’?

    • Caroline Francis January 21, 2019   Reply →

      I find it interesting when something is said such as ‘God is business’ and it disturbs me in some way. The pictures, ideals and beliefs I have held in my body about God, business, money and work begin to get exposed as I feel them and let them go, re-configuring to the truth of what is being said. Three words yet when said together are incredibly powerful supporting me to have a greater understanding of not only the truth of the words but also the relationship and true meaning between God and business in the world for in truth I cannot have one without the other.

  • Melinda Knights November 27, 2018   Reply →

    One of my favourite words is integrity and it’s meaning of something that is whole. Integrity in business means bringing your whole true self and not letting go of values or principles to corrupt the wholeness or purity of who you are. Equally a business has integrity by supplying great service and quality products that also support another person’s wholeness (without harming or corrupting their wholeness), as well as supporting the integrity of our communities

    • Alison Pearson November 29, 2018   Reply →

      I love what you share here, Melinda – feels like integrity is understanding and honouring that we are all an equal part of a whole and when we are not bringing our whole true self, everyone looses out.

  • Michael Brown November 24, 2018   Reply →

    You’d think that this formula would be well-practiced looking at the obvious win-win situation it leaves both parties in but for some reason we entertain the antithesis of this.

  • Ingrid Ward November 20, 2018   Reply →

    I am starting to see, that although as human beings we consider ourselves to be intelligent, we are often choosing to misuse this highly lauded intelligence, such as when we knowingly ignore something which is harmful to us, e.g. smoking cigarettes when we are fully aware of their potential danger. But what I am also starting to see, is that if we are taught to honour and respect our bodies from young, we would naturally connect to our true intelligence, that of our body, and therefore there would be no way we could harm it. Now that, to me, is true intelligence.

  • Jennifer Smith November 15, 2018   Reply →

    How we spend our money and what we invest in is important. But even more important that the how we spend our money is the why we invest in what we invest in? Do we invest in things that advance us and offer us a platform that raises our own bar or is it about seeking relief from life? Universal Medicine always offers more and always offers a new platform which I can apply to the life I live. No rules, no have to’s, but always more to observe, consider and adjust.

  • Carmel Reid November 13, 2018   Reply →

    Adam and Eve as a symbolic story, apes becoming extinct as a result of our human behaviour, Serge Benhayon blows our beliefs about evolution out of the water. Where are all the millions of neanderthal skulls that could prove the current theories? But, he shares, it’s not about that or having an argument – we are at war with ourselves and have been at war non-stop for hundreds of years, we need to take responsibility for dealing with our lack of harmony with each other.

  • Carmel Reid November 8, 2018   Reply →

    ‘We must be given free choice so long as we are not lied to’ there are many con tricks being played on us, in marketing where a particular image is associated with a product to create a desire and in shop displays of pricing where products are listed as $15.99 for example often with the .99 written smaller to make you think it is only $15. Or a UK newspaper that said in large writing 5p (so you think it only costs 5p) but the smaller print says ‘less than the Daily Mail’ – to me that is a totally unethical con.

  • Christoph Schnelle November 8, 2018   Reply →

    It is entirely possible to build a business not based on greed and to do very well – the greed may then come in and try to get that bit more that will destroy the reputation of the business. This has happened in the Australian banking sector. The most successful bank may have got there by employing greed and it had to endure the biggest damage to its reputation. Greed was very expensive here.

  • Lieke Campbell November 2, 2018   Reply →

    I love the point that our choice of diet has to come from a body not needing disregard or dullness or dampness to ‘medicate’ instead as a choice we make in our minds because we want to be better. And the only way to have our body not needing these things is by being super loving with ourselves in all parts of our life. Then naturally the diet will change.

  • Shami October 29, 2018   Reply →

    One of the things that I so dearly love about Rebecca Asquith, is that she has yes to wanting to know more. Rebecca’s deeply inquisitive nature is so beautiful, and it fills me with joy every time I watch her in interview Serge Benhayon.

    • Ingrid Ward November 20, 2018   Reply →

      I agree totally Shami. Rebecca Asquith’s natural inquisitiveness is so refreshing in a world where most interviewers are pre-programmed to ask certain questions and very rarely go off topic. Rebecca is certainly rewriting the ‘rule book’ when it comes to interviewing, in fact, I am sure she has thrown it away and her interviews are all the more inspirational for it. She and Serge Benhayon make a great team as they dissect the issues of society.

  • Michael Brown October 28, 2018   Reply →

    Who said business had to be about boring sales charts and crunching numbers…. A great video for making business about fun and taking everyone involved to the next step.

  • Nattalija October 27, 2018   Reply →

    Growing businesses or growing relationships we all live a higher level of quality to offer another in the end.

  • Lieke Campbell October 26, 2018   Reply →

    It is so true that we can only make a free choice when we know the whole truth about the product and that includes the energetic impact products have on us.

  • Michael Brown October 25, 2018   Reply →

    Business AND Evolution, not Business OR Evolution… we can have evolution in everything we do, or not!

  • Rik Connors October 20, 2018   Reply →

    Are we not (over) due for some Universal Medicine – Science, Religion, Philosophy; and not from the common corrupted un-evolving versions of Science, Religion and Philosophy we have now. All mixed in together where it is all about evolution instead of the ‘same stuff different day’ holding us back – keeping us separate – and falsely identifying that we are not all philosophers at heart ❣

    • Anonymous April 7, 2021   Reply →

      I totally agree with you,
      The workplace I am part of has had a shift in the way that everyone is seen in the company.
      The VP of Sales was to say the least brutal in their way of conducting sales. I know this wasn’t coming from them but from the parent company and because of their sensitivity they did not know how to handle the pressure and so they were in constant reaction to the pressure they were daily experiencing. They were asked to leave and now there is a new team in place, the pressure is the same to make the monthly figures irrespective of the current world downturn in business. What’s interesting is in writing this comment I have been able to step back to observe that although the team has changed and it feels more inclusive actually it’s the same energy but this time instead of being so obviously brutal, it is now wearing a kid glove, so we are tricked into thinking changes have been made, we cannot get away from the fact that unless the energy changes nothing will change.
      It comes back to ‘the same stuff just a different day’ mentality.

  • Michael Brown October 18, 2018   Reply →

    I’d love to start/run my own business, purely for the fact that from the foundation to the extremities I could do everything to ensure it is about people first.

  • Janet October 16, 2018   Reply →

    I find it incredibly inspiring to consider business and any kind of transaction of product or service from the perspective of evolution. If it is not to support us to grow and expand, what is the point?

  • Janet October 16, 2018   Reply →

    I love hearing about God and business in the one sentence, and it is super inspiring to learn about the future of business as modelled by Universal Medicine, where love, brotherhood and evolution are underlying every transaction.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 19, 2018   Reply →

      When I consider the depth and magnitude of what is presented here, it makes absolute sense that a world based on foundation contra to this would be in such a mess.

  • jennym October 16, 2018   Reply →

    The thing I love about Serge Benhayon TV is that it is relevant to our whole lives and makes you ponder what is happening at more than the superficial level.

  • Michael Brown October 12, 2018   Reply →

    When i’m at work doing business it’s amazing to me to see how much of a difference it can make in someone’s life just having a conversation about life in general or something trivial.

    • Mary March 3, 2022   Reply →

      Michael we can make a huge difference to peoples lives by just having a conversation about life in general. I met a lady recently who was recovering from cancer and I was in her company for a few hours, I didn’t say much to her, but as I was leaving she said to everyone how much she enjoyed being with me. What she could sense or feel was my settlement within myself which is the result of the workshops and presentations of Serge Benhayon put to use in supporting others to feel the possibility of the same settlement in them too, without having to say anything. We all feel energy all of the time whether we realise this or not. This lady got to feel what it is like to have a settled body and after all she had been through she was herself craving settlement.

  • Michael Brown October 10, 2018   Reply →

    Business to serve self-gaining practices will only ever end up in trouble.

    • Christoph Schnelle November 8, 2018   Reply →

      Agreed – one of the problems is that executives come and go and they may be long gone before the trouble becomes visible.

  • Nattalija October 5, 2018   Reply →

    Where else have you heard that the great success of true business is to grown one another’s business? Offering us the joy in working in the same field with another in contrast to the tit for tat games of competition and unruly greed we are seeing in our current world market.

  • Christoph Schnelle September 28, 2018   Reply →

    In business it is important to get a number of things right – looking after your customers, finding your customers, getting the price right etc. That still leaves enormous room for how we do this as many different ways to do the above well have worked in the past.

  • Michael Brown September 25, 2018   Reply →

    Make it about people and you will have all the success in your heart.

  • Carmel Reid September 23, 2018   Reply →

    As we discover more and more how harmful so many products are there may well be court cases or industries will become extinct because no-one buys their products or services any more. I like the way Serge Benhayon supports our free will in saying that what we demand will need to be made available – as long as we are not lied to – yes, good point.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 2, 2018   Reply →

      It would be a hugely honouring situation where those who produce, let the customers know with transparency exactly what they are getting, and where the customer knows that they are the ones providing the demand that is driving the whole thing forward. It allows everyone to be aware of what is going on, know their own responsibility and for the whole to make required changes as and when everyone is ready.

      • Janet October 16, 2018   Reply →

        Well said, Golnaz. This level of transparency in business allows us as the consumer the make informed choices and discern which quality we wish to have in, for example, our homes and our bodies.

      • Mary April 7, 2021   Reply →

        We could say the opposite of this is happening at the moment Golnaz. There is no transparency from the bigTech companies, we have no idea of what we are getting ourselves into, we have been lied to in such a way that we are demanding and the Tech companies are supplying. The conditions have been set up in such a way that there will be a demand. Restrict peoples movement add a dose of fear and you can get society to do whatever you want them to do. Our current way of life is the proof of this.

  • Michael Brown September 20, 2018   Reply →

    Much like there is a link between business and evolution, there is a clear link between consumption and evolution.

  • Hm September 20, 2018   Reply →

    Business and evolution are 2 words that don’t go together that often. The truth is that they are a perfect partnership. If we make business about people and relationship first – then the only way it can grow is If it evolves.

    • Christoph Schnelle December 7, 2018   Reply →

      This is very true.

  • Michael Brown September 17, 2018   Reply →

    We have been lied to but have willingly and knowingly accepted the lie as a truth. Who is to blame years down the line when we feel the consequences then?

    • Christoph Schnelle September 28, 2018   Reply →

      We could even be smart and manage the consequences of those lies and even do well in the world with that process but the price may well be a poverty of the heart.

  • Michael Brown September 15, 2018   Reply →

    There is always more on offer than what meets the eye.

  • Rik Connors September 12, 2018   Reply →

    I love Serge Benhayon TV. Such valuable insight even if you listen to it over and over again .. that is why you call it Ageless Wisdom definitions that make sense and are true creating a base that stands in the foundation of love and cannot be rocked but a point to expand and evolve.

  • Michael Brown September 11, 2018   Reply →

    Universal Medicine has such a great reputation because of its consistent integrity dealing with people.

  • Hm September 10, 2018   Reply →

    To be able to have a business about purpose and people first is a way to redefine how we have made business all about profit and power. There is much to be said for growing and nurturing people – what serge Benhayon presents is what we can bring into any business.

  • Mary September 9, 2018   Reply →

    I personally cannot wait for our current way of conducting business to collapse to be totally honest. I had no idea that now we have built machines that can work on the sea beds of the world and extract even more minerals and such that is need to support our current way of living. And that Scientist have already put into place patents on certain plankton and fish that live in the very deep waters around volcanic outlets because they want to profit from the properties of these creatures. At this rate there will be nothing left we will have denuded the planet and then what will we do?

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 6, 2018   Reply →

    When I was younger I could see that there was something deeply corrupt in humanity’s relationship to money and business, so very soon I started blaming money and business as being the root of all the evil and misery in our world. Yet, here we have a wonderful conversation that turns it all on its head. In fact I have seen the evidence in the business Universal Medicine of how business can be profoundly instrumental in deepening the love, awareness, expansion and responsibility with which people live and express.

  • Ingrid Ward September 5, 2018   Reply →

    Universal Medicine is a most unique business in this profit driven world of ours, as at the heart of its philosophy is the tenet that the business is about people first and foremost. It is a world changing way of doing business that if copied by other businesses would change the face of business as we know it. Now that would be evolutionary and very welcome by most people.

  • Jennifer Smith September 5, 2018   Reply →

    Can business grow people? Absolutely and Universal Medicine leads the way here by supporting people to grow themselves.

    • Mary April 7, 2021   Reply →

      Jennifer Smith, my understanding of the world and the energy behind everything we do and say, blows my mind. I had no idea until I met Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine just how trapped we are in our heads. That the best medicine in the world is to release ourselves from the prison of our minds and to reconnect back to our bodies. Most of us do not know that we have become floating minds as we are so out of touch with our bodies. If we can do this then the world changes completely because we are not held by the ideals, beliefs that are given to us but can feel for ourselves what is true and what is a lie. The more in touch we are with our bodies the more that gets exposed and the freer we become. We are easily lied to via our minds, connect back to our bodies and we can never be lied to again because our bodies have instant access to the universe.

  • Michael Brown September 5, 2018   Reply →

    A business provides a product or service, a business with evolution at the core provides a platform for every customer to step forward and grow.

  • Danna Elmalah September 3, 2018   Reply →

    What a business in evolution can bring — Universal Medicine does. I am in deep inspiration of what is possible to life. I had a completely false belief of what evolution was, until I came back to the Esoteric. Every since, I am deepening my understanding of what Esoteric truly is, and let go of the false layers I had put on top. These videos, basically all Serge Benhayon his teachings and revelations, ask you to step up in your Esoteric way.

  • Carmel September 2, 2018   Reply →

    How much do we check the integrity of people and companies who supply us with products and services? Many international beverages are produced using child or slave labour such as tea and cocoa. Does our economy contribute to our evolution? Great question.

  • Michael Brown September 1, 2018   Reply →

    Where business looks after evolution first, true success is found.

  • Lorraine Wellman August 31, 2018   Reply →

    The depths of what is offered in these episodes is incredible, I could watch these episodes over and over again, so much is packed into each segment.

    • Vanessa McHardy September 2, 2018   Reply →

      Absolutely this one in particular goes into such depth but shows that everything is interconnected and comes down to the quality of our lived days.

  • Shami August 31, 2018   Reply →

    This opening statement by Serge Benhayon, where is describes what Universal Medicine is, is incredible. And personally I really love the way he brings in the ancient part of our origins as being the future of our health and wellbeing, and even our evolution. How amazing that these two words can mean so much and hold us all so beautifully. Which really takes out any possibility that this organisation could be interested in self-gain.

  • Michael Brown August 28, 2018   Reply →

    When it is about people, it is about evolution. As soon as it is about function and profits we are contributing to the same dire straits we find ourselves in every day.

  • Janet August 28, 2018   Reply →

    I agree, Monica. Serge Benhayon speaks of the future for us all, of great love and the highest standards in relationships and business, because he is living this level of integrity now and so can we as soon as we stop accepting less.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh August 22, 2018   Reply →

    The depth of care, understanding and responsibility brought to everything in business is in this episode is Gold. This level of awareness ought to be part of the basic training for anyone working in business. That means pretty much All of us.

    • Rowena Stewart August 27, 2018   Reply →

      So true. When we make Business about People, Integrity and true Service, we naturally align to the qualities of God. What an awesome focus to bring to the work place, one that ignites true purpose in a very diverse area of life and empowers us to appreciate how business is intended to support, nurture and serve one another.

  • Simon Williams August 20, 2018   Reply →

    Great question Ariana – easily answered if we take a moment to consider how our staff and customers feel first and foremost (rather than being overwhelmed with everything that needs doing, or rubbing our hands when we look at the bank statement).

  • Simon Williams August 20, 2018   Reply →

    Why is it such a novel concept that God is in all businesses? If he is immanent and omnipresent then by definition he is everywhere. The only reason we think like that is that business has become this dirty word, tainted by corruption and our own poor relationships with money and work. Lets reintroduce that divine aspect into business, make it about purpose and people lets have more of it!

    • Janet August 25, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, it is so much more expansive to consider everything we do as a transaction of energetic quality, which can make the world of business full of evolutionary activity and purpose.

  • Christoph Schnelle August 20, 2018   Reply →

    If the current health-destroying industries collapse there will be big changes. Coffee a few years ago was the second-most valuable commodity traded (and may still be) after oil, something like 6 of the 10-best selling products in a local supermarket are from Coca-Cola, alcohol and illegal drugs are big industries and so on. On the other hand there will be huge capacity to do things that are more supportive.

  • Lucy Dahill August 17, 2018   Reply →

    I really thought spiritualism was an advance on the negative unloving way we lived but actually I find it worse because it hides the truth from you so you think it is better! The spirit is clearly not to be run away from but it is well worth getting to know the spirit very well.

    • Mary March 3, 2022   Reply →

      Lucy, I’m getting to know my spirit very well and how it has run my body these last 65 years. Not a very pleasant discovery that for most of us we give our power away to our spirit without being aware that this is what we are doing. My life has changed so much since the first Universal Medicine workshop I attended, by relearning how to take back mastery of my own body and to realise that our minds do not care one ounce about our body it inhabits. By listening to my body and not my mind has been the biggest transformation. There will be a time when everyone will use the philosophical teachings of Universal Medicine – Serge Benhayon and our future will be transformed.

  • Lucy Dahill August 17, 2018   Reply →

    It is so refreshing to hear you say it is not about getting rid of things until we understand why we need them. Otherwise we will find another way to satiate the demand and perhaps bury the cause even deeper in our bodies

    • Janet August 27, 2018   Reply →

      So true, Lucy, otherwise we are just kidding ourselves and there is no real honesty about what is really going on within us. Better to be up front and learn, by taking responsibility for the consequences of our choices.

  • Lorraine Wellman August 17, 2018   Reply →

    I love what Serge Benhayon shares about business, I welcome the day this model is embraced by all.

  • Elizabeth Dolan August 16, 2018   Reply →

    I love what Serge Benhayon is saying in this episode about how Universal Medicine is bringing a new way of being in business, relationships, medicine, education etc but that the new only appears new because we have strayed so far away from truth. Really what Universal Medicine is presenting is ancient and well known to us but something that we have chosen to not know.

  • Rik Connors August 12, 2018   Reply →

    I have changed the way I work from being impressed by Universal Medicine’s business model. Their business model is about evolution. The more I’m purpose driven and know with how I work and what impression I leave with each client potentially can impress them to make changes in their life. It is not something I attach to if they do or not .. I just love each opportunity I have to deeply connect to another and understand what they need from me both as a person and their IT needs.
    Thank you Serge for establishing this business model for our future.

  • jennym August 9, 2018   Reply →

    Indeed do we watch Television to expand and grow ourselves and others, similarly is the way we do business offer expansion for everyone?

    • Christoph Schnelle August 20, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, much of entertainment and the media will be changed beyond recognition. So will social media.

  • Natalie Hawthorne August 8, 2018   Reply →

    Thank you Serge Benhayon for bringing clarity to what true business is. The cycle most if not all business are in are so very far away from making it about the people first.

    • David September 13, 2018   Reply →

      Natalie I can’t begin to say how much I have learned and understood about business from Serge, he is a dear friend and mentor and the support has transformed the way I am in business and in life.

  • Carolien Braakenburg August 8, 2018   Reply →

    The way we look at business right now is all about increasing revenue and profit at the expense of quality, sustainability, human well being and the natural resources of our earth. We say we are evolving but we only have to look at the way we are doing business and producing that we are in fact going backwards.

  • Ingrid Ward August 1, 2018   Reply →

    The Universal Medicine model of business also has that ‘breath of fresh air’ you write about where people are put well and truly ahead of profits. It may appear to be ‘revolutionary’ in a world where there is so much corruption and greed in business but Universal Medicine is definitely very successful as a result of the level of love and care for all that it operates with in every area of its business.

    • Carolien Braakenburg August 8, 2018   Reply →

      I agree Ingrid, Universal Medicine shows the success of making business about people and evolution.

  • Carmel Reid August 1, 2018   Reply →

    ‘Developing a relationship with our body and developing an intelligence that makes sense to it’ There is definitely food for thought here because yes, I have been a regular fridge visitor to numb myself from my own misery and I have tried using my mind to stop but that doesn’t work. I like what Serge says, ‘The more you listen to your body the more love you will have with it and work with it and therefore that changes your diet not that you actually enter a diet. So the body educates you by not having the impulse to harm itself rather than the mind saying “I’m not going to harm myself”. And that changes everything. The whole thing gets turned upside down because dieting should come from the body not needing rather than you saying “I don’t need it” ‘

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 14, 2018   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon offers a very practical understanding about how our relationship with business could be so much more glorious and fulfilling than we might have ever dreamed of.

  • Lucy Dahill July 10, 2018   Reply →

    If you are going to spend your money, why no consciously choose to spend it on something that is evolutionary? That is an investment that doesn’t need to be the big bucks but the opportunity to have an evolutionary ripple effect is fundamental.

  • Ingrid Ward June 18, 2018   Reply →

    Just imagine if the principles of the Ageless Wisdom were introduced into business. The market place as we know it would change out of all recognition, the care of people will be put before profit and the transparency that will follow will mean no longer will we be lied to. That’s one market place I would willingly be a part of.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 22, 2018   Reply →

      It is often reasoned that we could not sustain running a business in this way. However Serge Benhayon is not just presenting theory and the success of Universal Medicine which he has been running for almost 20 years based on precisely such qualities is a testament that you can run a very successful business in this way.

  • Carmel Reid June 18, 2018   Reply →

    Why do intelligent people harm themselves? People who have studied the human body and know how our activities and what we eat and drink or smoke affects us still indulge in these activities. Serge uses this as an example to show that there is a character running us. It can be quite scary to understand that we are not as free to choose as we think.

  • Michael Brown June 18, 2018   Reply →

    The most successful businesses are the ones that grow the product, not compete.

  • Samantha Davidson June 18, 2018   Reply →

    The business of evolution…a purposeful way of doing business, making the evolution of all of us the focus, not in a communist false sense of equality but in a way that arises us all, not keeps us down.

    • Simon Williams August 20, 2018   Reply →

      Not in the communist sense, as there is no problem with gaining a return from something that looks and feels amazing and supports others in their growth. In fact the return is super important so that business can grow and do more amazing work… and not be stifled trying to prop up corruption, inefficiency, laziness elsewhere.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 10, 2018   Reply →

      Yes often the approach to bringing about equality is to make sure everyone is the same by in effect making sure no one has anything more than another. But a healthy situation will always come from arising us all equally and never keeping any of us down.

  • Joshua Campbell June 16, 2018   Reply →

    I love the simplicity and joy that comes with working together and not competing. The need to compete feel like a drive to survive and be the best. It feels so simple, fun and deeply harmonious and stilling actually to work together and build each others skills up.

  • Carmel Reid June 16, 2018   Reply →

    It seems to me that wherever there is money involved there is inequality that leads to a ‘me first’ attitude where people compete and step over each other in some kind of competition to be ‘rich’. What I have learned is that no amount of money can fulfil the emptiness that people feel inside. What is fulfilling is for us to work together to provide what is truly needed by all of humanity, using our unique skills and talents in service not purely for personal gain.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 13, 2018   Reply →

    Our natural tendency is to work in brotherhood, express our true qualities and contribute to the whole – just look at the natural sensitivity and tenderness expressed by a one year old,. And observe kids playing with one another – our true expression is to work in brotherhood, each expressing our true qualities and contributing to the whole. How come we have divorced all of this from our definition of business and made it about greed, a means to personal security and gain at the expense of others?
    This episode very clearly reflects that it doesn’t have to be this way.

  • Carmel Reid June 8, 2018   Reply →

    The word Spirit gets used and abused and it feels great to have such a clear explanation given of the ‘character’ that deviated from its original divine essence.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 21, 2018   Reply →

      The deep understanding of this word alone has the power of undoing so much of the devastation our world is in.

  • Mary June 6, 2018   Reply →

    I personally cannot wait for the time when greed is eventually no longer the driving force behind business, we humanity have created the ‘profit monster’ it has an insatiable appetite and we are literally killing ourselves and destroying the very fabric of our society trying to keep up with its rapacious appetite, we have become so fixated on profit we have left ourselves in the process.

  • Michael Brown June 6, 2018   Reply →

    Through competition we foster terrible consumer behaviours and mentalities. “The customer is always right” being just one.

    • Nattalija June 10, 2018   Reply →

      The retailer is only looking for profit margins is another!

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 31, 2018   Reply →

    Many believe that it is impossible and naive to run a business with the foundation of love, care and support of people over and above financial gain. Yet here we have Serge Benhayon who has been running a very successful business with clients from all over the world since 1999 based on exactly such a foundation.

  • Shami May 31, 2018   Reply →

    I love the breadth and the depth of topics that Serge Benhayon is able to bring clarity to. Such as, in an interview that starts about business integrity he ends up talking about the evolution of the human species and its relationship with the whole of creation itself, without changing his stance or tone or body movements, it is all – every topic – approached with the same level of insight, concern for people, and care for everything.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 16, 2018   Reply →

      It is gorgeous how in this way when Serge Benhayon talks about any topic there is the opportunity to deepen and expand our awareness and relationship to that aspect and in fact the whole of life.

  • David May 30, 2018   Reply →

    Ariana it would be world-changing, life-changing and probably would transform our entire healthcare system as well as we spend so much time at work that we would naturally change how we work to be more loving and caring.

  • Jennifer Smith May 28, 2018   Reply →

    So refreshing to see respectful and honest interviewing. A conversation that deepens and evolves not only the those in the interview but the viewers as well. A discussion that is medicine.

    • Nattalija June 10, 2018   Reply →

      When all that is shared brings a deeper understanding for humanity to ponder on we have the quality of conversation that heals rather than harms.

  • Jennifer Smith May 28, 2018   Reply →

    Medicine is certainly much more than we think it is. It is how we are in every aspect of life. How we live in life is our medicine.

  • Shami May 23, 2018   Reply →

    Incredible the way that Serge Benhayon lifts the veil off of industry in this interview, as he talks about the reality of supply and demand and how if there is a lie in the supply then the demand is not a true demand but is in fact just responding to the lie. So we must be very careful about what is put out for public consumption because integrity is everything.

  • Ingrid Ward May 21, 2018   Reply →

    When business becomes about profit first and people second it is fairly obvious that greed has raised its ugly head and all sense of responsibility to our fellow brothers and sisters is nowhere to be seen. What is so outstanding and constant about the amazing business that is Universal Medicine is, that it is people who come first, second and third, and any profit is used for the good of all.

    • Lucy Dahill August 17, 2018   Reply →

      I agree Ingrid, it is a business model that is well worth studying. If it doesn’t work once you have considered the ethos and the practice then so be it, but any organisation that cares for its staff and its clients the way Universal Medicine does is worth putting on the table as an example of a future business model.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 21, 2018   Reply →

    Most of us can sense with every cell of our body that how business and commerce is run today is not okay.
    Throughout my life I have come across many who chosen to rebel against, attack, manage or try to change the rot that we see …. and I can put my own hand up for every single category.

    Yet here is an invitation to go far deeper in assessing the root cause of what we are facing.

    As always I love the simplicity and the reminder of the simple aspects of life that I had forgotten to include in this area. Culminating in an inspired, expanded and empowered relationship with work and business.

  • Michael Brown May 21, 2018   Reply →

    It’s great that someone is standing up and saying “we are truly in this together, so let’s be together”

    • Nattalija June 16, 2018   Reply →

      Bringing a level of responsibility and trust back into the current state of affairs.

  • Samantha Davidson May 16, 2018   Reply →

    The body does send us messages not to ‘harm’ ourselves, it tells us constantly how to love and care for our body, our mind does not honour us the way the body does, are we prepared to listen and feel, rather than think our way in life, thinking is deeply impacted by the quality we hold our body in?

  • Michael Brown May 1, 2018   Reply →

    Business not for the self, but for the all, is what will evolve us.

  • Matilda Bathurst April 21, 2018   Reply →

    Yes. Universal Medicine is a blueprint for business and our corporate worlds will change when this is adopted.

  • Matilda Bathurst April 21, 2018   Reply →

    I listened to this interview yesterday and it is shocking on the level of what we now accept as normal practise in business (self-gain, lack of care for people ++) and inspiring in terms of how simple any shifts and changes are, bringing our attention to what really matters, what really serves and how we can make a difference.

  • HM April 17, 2018   Reply →

    Love what is shared here on graphic design and it is about raising the whole industry and not to compete. I work in marketing and it is very common for one designer to try and be better than another. But what if the focus was on the purpose on what they do rather than competing with each other? That could be a whole new way of supporting the whole industry.

    • David July 5, 2018   Reply →

      HM So true, the fact that we can naturally collaborate and work together to raise the whole industry is so key and makes everyday business much more enjoyable.

  • Michael Brown April 14, 2018   Reply →

    We have a system to put value on things however we are putting value on what is essentially a human right. Just look at the housing market and you see how we’ve moved from service to profit too far.

  • Natalie Hawthorne April 14, 2018   Reply →

    To be part of company where for example, all they expect is demand profit and in a lot of cases no matter what the working environment is, it is laced with greed. It has been a huge learning for me to be able to working in a senior managers position with all those expectations and then be able to cut through this and say no I’m not going to make it about this. I have made it about the people and connections first. Sometimes I have got carried away with the things that need doing and there is always lots to do but the more I make it about the people everything opens up and you can see and feel how the return comes with an absoluteness. It lays the foundations for the next phase of growth be it the level of work that is delivered to the return of customers that adore what is on offer. Pretty simple really but so easy to get sucked in to having to preform and how capping that really is as a business.

  • Shami April 13, 2018   Reply →

    Needing to have something to believe in order to explain one’s journey, is something I can definitely relate to.

  • Mary April 7, 2018   Reply →

    We seem to have made business all about making money which is feeding a profit monster which has an insatiable appetite. This is causing an imbalance as the shareholders of these companies get richer and the employees get poorer as they are pushed to produce more for less. They feel devalued and their health deteriorates. We have as a society devalued our relationship with each other and to me this is why we are experiencing such high levels of illness and disease.

    • Matilda Bathurst April 21, 2018   Reply →

      Very clearly explained, Mary. A nutshell of the state of play in business today. It is particularly alarming to consider the ‘insatiable appetite’ of the ‘profit monster’.

      • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 13, 2018   Reply →

        This profit monster with its avaricious drive is increasingly putting hurdles in front of the seeds of true evolution mankind is presented with. True successful business is one that supports humanity to return to expression of the love, oneness and universality we are truly from.

    • David June 11, 2018   Reply →

      Mary that’s so true, when we make business about evolution of people, about relationships and about growth we transform the quality and intent. In that I have no doubt great abundance will come but it will come not from greed but because of the quality of what is offered.

      • Nattalija June 16, 2018   Reply →

        Great quality comes from a great trust on all those that offer a product or service in a business.

  • Michael Brown April 4, 2018   Reply →

    What does love in business look like? It’s probably quite far from what we have as household name brands at the moment, but I would say it’s emphasis would be on the what the people truly needed rather than pushing products to hit margin profit.

  • Samantha Davidson March 30, 2018   Reply →

    I love business, I had no idea I would, until I began to realise that all of life is One and not parts, so if you run a business with responsibility and love (no need to get it perfect) then wow it can feel really enjoyable and inspiring to run a business. No need for it to be hard, ruthless, laborious or intense. The quality we live in every area, dictates the quality all of life and yes that includes business.

  • Joshua Campbell March 29, 2018   Reply →

    What Serge always brings it back to is transparency and its importance. Transparency helps to expose lies and it lets all know where they stand. In that way it exposes our levels of irresponsibility and in many ways is the opposite to ignorance.

  • Elaine Arthey March 26, 2018   Reply →

    Living life from the body, this changes everything. For one it brings more love truth and harmony to our world when we follow the intelligence of the body, this is evolutionary in itself.

  • Mary March 24, 2018   Reply →

    These interviews are amazing in as much that there is such a wealth of information given to the world. Rebecca asks the question
    “Why do we make the choices that might harm us?”
    And Serge Benhayon goes on to explain about the spirit and the body this makes complete sense to me and I wonder why we are not taught this as part of our education. We would have a greater understanding of who we are and what we are here to do than our current way of thinking or living.

  • fiona lotherington March 24, 2018   Reply →

    Business that produces evolution and helps society grow and evolve. This is what business is supposed to be about as everything in life should have a foundation of love, brotherhood and cooperative. So many businesses are not being run like this, even though business is naturally about providing goods or services to people.

  • Samantha Davidson March 23, 2018   Reply →

    The business of living life in full, for humanity, in service, this is what inspires me to work, to live life as one whole.

  • Andrew Mooney March 15, 2018   Reply →

    Wow this blows everything we thought we knew about evolution but makes so much sense to me. We like to believe that when we look around at all the atrocities and failings of human life that we don’t know any better but what if the truth was we do know better and we are actually choosing otherwise in order to have an experience or reality that is different to the harmonious order of the universe?

  • HM March 11, 2018   Reply →

    To have a true purpose in business we must connect to the purpose of business on a global scale. it can never be about our individual company – it is about the whole industry or the whole sector. To connect to this and obey this is to truly evolve in business and Serge Benhayon supports many businesses to see what the potential is.

  • David March 9, 2018   Reply →

    How great is it to have a fresh and deeply personal look at what business can all be about, we are given so much in the world and the question is about what do we do with that. How do we handle that and most importantly how do we do business with real purpose?

  • Victoria March 9, 2018   Reply →

    Yes so true Mary, Serge’s presentations are inspirational. What we have come to accept as ‘normal’ is worthy of our consideration.

  • Melinda Knights March 6, 2018   Reply →

    It’s a really great business model Serge is offering here that the product or service being offered brings love, healing and evolution to others – put simply, does it truly support and advance humanity back to soul? It highlights the differences of some of the current ways we do business, that as businesses we operate as closed independent systems completely focused on security and profit, and without reference to the fact we are having an energetic effect on humanity, who we are wholly interdependent with.

  • Susie W March 4, 2018   Reply →

    I love this business model, whereby a product or service is sold/delivered that can then go on to have a ripple effect of evolution in the customer’s life and relationships. Knowing that this can also, on the other hand, have a damaging ripple effect, what do we choose to offer people in business or even in our conversations as an employee at work?

    • Michael Brown March 19, 2018   Reply →

      I like the inclusion of conversations in this. I’ve seen that at work the interactions between staff is often what then goes on to determine customer service levels during the day.

  • David March 4, 2018   Reply →

    I Love listening to Serge talk about business, evolution and the purpose in what business can bring. The part I have always enjoyed is where we talk about not just building the best product but how do we raise the standards of a whole industry.

  • Michael Brown March 3, 2018   Reply →

    How amazing it is to have this presented, at a time where business, in the most general sense, is all about self and silo’d profit.

    • Nattalija April 17, 2018   Reply →

      A reminder that in brotherhood there is no competition but offering to support equally to each other in bringing the qualities we can all enjoy and appreciate.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh March 2, 2018   Reply →

    If for one moment we drop making life about profit, followers and control, we would notice that our natural pull is toward making it about love, care, harmony and evolution of us All. Most of us think it is not possible to live a successful life in the world whilst adopting the former qualities. Well, here we have a very successful, respected, loved, dedicated and inspiringly productive person, Serge Benhayon, who only ever lives the latter qualities.

  • Samantha Davidson February 22, 2018   Reply →

    I can feel clearly that I have a Soul and Spirit, I can feel the spirt kicks and digs it heels in and does not want to come back to Love, I use this as a message now, if I feel a resistance that has a flavour of selfish in it, I know I am on to the Spirit and I know I am responding to my Soul’s call when it becomes about the All.

  • Rik Connors February 16, 2018   Reply →

    Listening to this interview with Serge and Rebecca reminds me of when I first heard Serge present. So much is on offer continuously. This is what I love about truth. It does not end there is always more. This simple truth exposes the consciousness of the spirit we live under – totally opposite to evolution and true love. We are worthy of and are the same vibration of love that is God.

  • Natalie Hawthorne February 11, 2018   Reply →

    What Serge is presenting is that it makes no sense that our level of intelligence is hurting us. That there is a spirit that if given the reigns will lead us down a path or dis-connection and destruction. What I have loved about walking along side Serge Benhayon is taking hold of the reigns again and in the process calling out and saying no to the spirit and re-connecting to my Soul.

  • Michael Brown February 10, 2018   Reply →

    Just like people are here to support each other, businesses are too!

  • Samantha Davidson February 4, 2018   Reply →

    Running a business where the product or service is about supporting humanity to grow and develop, is often the last thing on the list if it is in the list for many entrepreneurs out there. I run a business and I am committed to supporting my community and not making it a selfish endeavour, we need to put back into society and not take.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 31, 2018   Reply →

    We have made life so complicated and are so proud of ourselves when we come up with complex solutions and clever ways of managing the issues we find ourselves facing. Serge Benhayon’s presentations make it all so very simple by inviting us to stop and deeply consider that nothing is random, luck or fate. And reflect on how our choice to keep ignoring the truth of our beingness is related to the issues that keep coming back for humanity to face time and time again.

  • Sarah Karam January 30, 2018   Reply →

    When I did decide that I wanted to commit to healing my issues and redirecting my life in a positive way, I was met by Universal Medicine (UM) with the most understated generosity that I ever thought possible. I was young and really enjoyed the lectures that Serge ran in Byron Bay, which were awesome. I was not well off finicially and this business, (UM) founded by Serge Benhayon supported me and never let my finical position stop me from attending something I wanted to go to. Over the years I attended many workshops, sessions, lectures and retreats. The way UM is doing business is not new, in fact it is a very old school approach but today, it stands out in the current business landscape, where businesses seem to be geared primarily by profit or external recognition.

    • Matilda Bathurst April 21, 2018   Reply →

      Shareholders might squirm in their seats but bringing the care of, and respect for, people into the heart of our business models will change our experience of work, community and wealth.

    • Michael Brown June 24, 2018   Reply →

      Beautiful testament to the fact that Universal Medicine offers itself to the people not to the profits.

  • Sarah Karam January 29, 2018   Reply →

    The inspiration I felt after attending workshops and sessions run by Universal Medicine, changed my life’s direction from full time party gal, that was going nowhere fast, to a successful business woman, with five children, extraordinary home and who proudly co-owns and operates four local business with the support of my amazing husband. Being deeply inspired by Universal Medicines approach to business and have also adopted some of the foundational concepts into my own businesses.

  • Jonathan Stewart January 28, 2018   Reply →

    Through the businesses founded by Serge Benhayon and the many others that have been inspired by his example, they are living proof that business run upon the basis of putting people first and with integrity that Serge presents is a successful commercial model and not an utopian fantasy.

  • Sarah Karam January 27, 2018   Reply →

    I feel we are not as likely to spend our money on things that actually support us, as we are to spend our money on things that ruin our insides. I know because I was once like this. It is important when you have only ever invested in destroying yourself, that you get a chance to use your spending money on things that do the opposite, that build a body of vitality.

  • Sarah Karam January 26, 2018   Reply →

    Being honest about what our products actually does is so important, we need a society that is educated, so consumers understand what they are considering consuming. The problem is that when a competitor or self-made “internet troll” decides to bring you down on the internet, the consumer is then fed a false representation of your product, which takes away people’s right to make an informed choice. People should be free to smoke or drink and do what they choose, as long as they are told about the affects but we need laws in place that protect us in business if someone is vindictively stalking our livelihood.

    • Lucy Dahill July 10, 2018   Reply →

      Very true Sarah and it is great irresponsibility to not deal with your issues and instead take it to a malicious agenda.

  • HM January 26, 2018   Reply →

    This presents health from the inside out indeed and how we can look at our responsibility of true health and vitality. What is also huge about this episode is Serge Benhayon talking about spirit and soul, and how we have not been presented with the truth of spirit. And how through our bodies we can connect to the quality of our soul.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 25, 2018   Reply →

    I love the way Serge Benhayon constantly invites us to go deeper in the way we relate to life. And it is not left in the realms of an ideal or theory, it is spelled out in very practical and tangible terms. The love, care and honouring that is conveyed when he speaks about how we could be relating to business is truly inspirational and touches my heart deeply.

  • David January 24, 2018   Reply →

    How amazing to bring a truth to business, to make the business truly about people, connection, purpose and not just about protection and security for those that setup the industries.

  • Michael Brown January 23, 2018   Reply →

    True, this interview is not just for business owners but an offer for all to understand and take into their own lives.

  • Melinda Knights January 15, 2018   Reply →

    I agree that everyone needs free choice to buy products, including buying products that are harmful like cigarettes and alcohol, but how free is that choice truly if suffient warnings don’t come with the products that truthfully state the harm that comes with it?

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 2, 2018   Reply →

      It goes further at times when there is misinformation promoted to make something come across other than what you are really getting. Eg bogus ‘research’ is circulated falsely as evidence for the health benefit of alcohol and chocolate at strategic periods to boost sales. How I see it is that there should be complete transparency in what products and services offer. Labeling cigarettes as fatal did not stop people smoking, so we know many will continue to choose harmful products. So lets not lie about things and lets be honest about what we are offering and what we are buying.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 14, 2018   Reply →

    Those of us in service roles know well that the best is offered when we work as a team and ensure we are all delivering as best we can, supporting each other where necessary.
    One day soon humanity will realise that work is about service, that everyone in our field of work is our team member delivering the service to the world. This means competition needs to be replaced, by cooperation, collaberation and teamwork.

  • Nattalija January 12, 2018   Reply →

    It does come first and this episode is a stark reminder how often we are led to believe that profit margins are what helps the company to expand and grow only.

  • Nattalija January 12, 2018   Reply →

    To grow one another’s business seems outrageous in our current society as we have been so fueled, to look at our fellow human being as competition and the need to out- do another all to chase the big profits. What has been offered here is the understanding that all benefit when we make way for each person who brings in their unique qualities that cater for mass market and the needs of many which we all know one person cannot do on their own.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 12, 2018   Reply →

    I love this episode.
    Most of my younger life I blamed all the ills of the world on the greed of man and I held money and business as the root of it all. The way Serge Benhayon lifts the veil off all aspects of life is brilliant.
    We can have a relationship with work and business that actually supports us and the whole of humanity to evolve!

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 11, 2018   Reply →

    So many concepts about work and running a business are blown here and what we are left with is a far grander picture of what is very practically possible.

  • James Nicholson January 9, 2018   Reply →

    I agree Jane, what is revealed in this episode is a game change for all businesses and commerce in general and needs to be shared far and wide.

  • James Nicholson January 7, 2018   Reply →

    What a great episode. It makes complete sense that the moment we go into business and make it about people and how best we can serve then everyone in the company and the customers feel it. We can all feel when companies are purely there for the money and it is all about profit at the expense of everybody else, you can see and feel it in the staff who are often begrudgingly doing their jobs. Turn it around and look at a business based on love, that is still making a profit, and the whole persona of the staff is completely different. Often the manager alone can influence the store, say if it is a big company but it makes a massive difference and we can all feel it.

  • Michael Brown January 5, 2018   Reply →

    Business is here to support us to evolve and develop as individuals, not to hoard money or increase margins at any cost.

    • David December 14, 2018   Reply →

      Exactly and what if that is at the very heart of all aspects of business, from people, staff, family and beyond – there is no doubt business can be financially successful and what stands out is when this happens as a result of the team all being aligned and working together.

  • Carmel Reid December 30, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon points out how experts on the human body are living in a way that harms, such as smoking, drinking and other ways that are detrimental to their bodies. He refers to the character that is running the show that is not true to the body it runs – we have all experienced that moment of numbing and know that it is short term. The incarnate spirit is what he is referring to, and Serge explains how when we develop a relationship with our body, our body educates us as to what it needs.

  • Carmel Reid December 29, 2017   Reply →

    I like the way Serge Benhayon encourages free choice as long as we are not lied to – with cigarettes for example, it is a person’s choice, even though the product is harming. If we loved our own body we would never want to harm it. Evolution not prohibition.

    • Matilda Bathurst April 21, 2018   Reply →

      Yes. Great point. Evolution and inspiration are what will change our world (choice by choice) not dictates and prohibition.

    • HM May 30, 2018   Reply →

      This is so needed in the world. To not have judgment – but to have absolute honesty so that when people make a decision they are fully aware of what they are choosing.

  • Sarah Karam December 29, 2017   Reply →

    It is so great to see a television show that is breaking down the idea that a Philosopher or healer is some bare foot hippie giving out free hugs on the streets of Byron Bay. What I love about Serge Benhayon, is he is as normal as the guy next door but has a vitality and clarity that is out of this world, now that is something we all can learn from. What I have gained already from the living inspiration of this man, has helped me in business enormously.

  • Carmel Reid December 28, 2017   Reply →

    Our way of living has become the ‘norm’ but it is not who we are, I love that Universal Medicine is re-presenting what is Ancient, how we truly could be. These episodes are great to watch they explain all aspects of our lives in very simple down to earth terms.

  • David December 27, 2017   Reply →

    When we look at business in this new light it offers us a way to work in the world that truly supports each other, imagine companies where the purpose was not about greed but about evolution, about industries that were not about simply competing with each other but raising the standards for all others to be inspired by. What if through true business we are able to unite the world and evolve together?

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 24, 2018   Reply →

      Such an insight about business inspires a relationship with work that you would look forward to wake up to.

  • Karin Barea December 26, 2017   Reply →

    What doesn’t this episode cover on business? It’s all encompassing of life and our part in it. For me I’m left inspired to ask, is what I’m spending my money on supporting myself and those around me or not? And if not, not to be harsh on myself but to ask what is going on for me that I think I can’t cope without the packet of biscuits to numb out what I fear is too much to feel and be aware of. To hear diet comes from the body and not the mind saying is, in itself, just one of the gems in this episode.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 25, 2017   Reply →

    When I hear Serge Benhayon present on spiritualism and how there is a spirit there that works against us being in our Soul, it makes complete and utter sense. The choices I have made that didn’t make sense, didn’t feel great and my body is having to cop it afterwards. Why would we choose such a thing that harms us. Here I see that it comes back to our relationship with our body and making loving and supporting chooses and honouring what it is the body is communicating to us.

  • Karin Barea December 25, 2017   Reply →

    Watching this is a game changer for life. So inspired to bring much greater awareness to what kind of business I am running in life. As someone who has a job working for a company I had never considered I am a business in myself and how I interact, make transactions with the world.

  • Michael Brown December 24, 2017   Reply →

    Working in a business environment can be extremely intense with masses of politics and games being played. What I love is that there is actually a way of being that leaves you untouched from those outplays.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 19, 2017   Reply →

    The nuggets of gold are endless in these incredible interviews with Serge Benhayon. I just started to listening to this and it was exactly what I needed to hear. Thank you So Much Serge for your loving dedication to yourself, the Ageless Wisdom and sharing all that you are with no exceptions, for the all and no compromises. You are a Remarkable man.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 14, 2017   Reply →

    The money and business factor is huge in our world. The question how we use money, to heal or harm us, is another aspect to look how we run a business. If we do not use the money which we are given through our work or business wisely, in effect we are not appreciating the work or the many people and customers coming to our business. How we are with money we are with ourselves and how I spend money has a ripple effect to everything else around me. A huge topic which offers evolution if we choose so. Thanks for this TV channel of Serge Benhayon. It can bring a huge amount of awareness and healing in our lives.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 13, 2017   Reply →

    It has been an interesting process becoming aware of my ‘wiley’ character, the spirit, that wants to run riot in all that I do. It has made complete sense the actions and choices I have made. Now it may not be as obvious as it was, by the choice I make, and they maybe subtle and less frequent but I can still feel and sense how it is just resisting the absolute divine being that I am.

  • Shami December 3, 2017   Reply →

    Beautiful to bring the evolution of people in to the business of being in business with each other.

  • Samantha Davidson December 3, 2017   Reply →

    I Love this Serge Benhayon TV, a master class in business and life, life and business, all one and the same. No separation in life, all is one.

  • Michael Brown November 23, 2017   Reply →

    We have got caught up in competition when really and truly we need to be looking at building ourselves up together supporting all to have a richer life, not just in terms of temporal things, but on a non-physical level too.

  • Natallija November 22, 2017   Reply →

    We all play a part in our jobs to support the evolution of the myriad businesses we work in. The main factor here is the willingness to reflect the all for others to embrace. A true example lived by Serge Benhayon.

  • Samantha Davidson November 11, 2017   Reply →

    Simple equation…If we keep on taking without offering anything things will collapse, it is a simple law of nature and the universe. Accountability and responsibility are essential to a smooth, flourishing and ethical business, and what we see in this is that accountability and responsibility are not exclusive to business, these qualities need to be lived in all areas of life to allow them to flow in to business. Life is business, business is life.

  • Sarah Karam November 4, 2017   Reply →

    Getting the truth of what products are actually harmful out there, is so important. At what point will we see that our ill health is a reflection of the desperate place our bodies have reached as a collective? We should always be free to choose how we want to live and eat but it is not fair that big business and industry does not give us a choice but instead sells a lie for profits whilst our bodies suffer the consequences. Let’s start to get honest, I am in business, I own two successful cafes’ and I do not hold back the truth when asked if coffee is harmful, this is how we need to operate our businesses, from truth, not greed.

    • Michael Brown November 6, 2017   Reply →

      Love this Sarah, after all it is supply and demand – If the public want coffee then that is what needs to be given until such a time that it is not the preferred beverage. What you have also so wisely shared here is that the truth of the matter also needs to be said i.e. Coffee is not supportive for the body and nervous system. It is the lies about coffee and alcohol that come from “experts” which are harmful, not the cafe/pub supplying the products.

  • Sarah Karam October 31, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon has always championed supporting other businesses and rather than competing, collaboration is key. There is no point in being in business just to make money, for true success is not to do with how much money you have, it is is to do with the quality of life you live. I feel Serge is reforming and shaping how we view industry.

  • Samantha Davidson October 22, 2017   Reply →

    Business based on Love, why not, I am practicing this in my own business. You do not need to be cut throat and mercenary to run a business, when you make it about the quality of service for the community, this is felt. Wise and inspirational words of a true way to be in business. The future of business.

  • jennym October 20, 2017   Reply →

    We take the responsibility for how we can bring evolution to our work and it immediately sticks out why do we not do that in all areas of our life, our family, neighbourhood and community?

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 14, 2017   Reply →

    Just the choice of putting the words ‘business’ and ‘evolution’ together as a topic to discuss and deepen our understanding in, shows the level of in-depth care and consideration of humanity Serge Benhayon constantly lives and reflects.

  • Rowena Stewart October 13, 2017   Reply →

    In the past I would never have linked these two words together, but now it seems an obvious connection. We have a great deal of responsibility to ensure that business is run with integrity, to not only provide a top quality service, but to contribute to our economy, offer secure and fulfilling jobs, take care of one another so that we all grow. And not just in the material sense, but the inner sense, committing to life, learning, service and appreciation, feeling a true pride for the work we do. Can we say this about our industries at present?

  • Shami October 8, 2017   Reply →

    It is amazing to consider that what has become known as intelligence has also had deeply entrenched in to it ways of behaving that can be clearly defined as irresponsible. So responsibility and intelligence need to perhaps be brought together into all of the same considerations throughout life, and then we will come to know and understand what it truly means to be living here together as a one race of human beings.

  • Michael Brown October 8, 2017   Reply →

    I love a world where we grow industry and support All, not fight in our corner and screw over anyone else to get a leg up.

  • Shami October 1, 2017   Reply →

    There is a point here when Serge Benhayon makes it very clear that freedom of choice happens when there are no lies. Which makes sense because when there are lies, then we are not actually free to choose because we do actually have the whole of what is in front of us to choose from.

  • Michael Brown September 18, 2017   Reply →

    I love how this interview makes it about the bigger, grander picture.

  • Rachel Murtagh September 14, 2017   Reply →

    It’s true we make systems more important than the people we serve… what if we did make people a priority over and above the system itself… would not the system change to truly serve the people rather than make us slaves to it?

  • Deborah September 11, 2017   Reply →

    It is well worth us developing a true relationship with our body and from here we can discern what is truly nourishing and loving and that is harming to us.

  • jennym September 10, 2017   Reply →

    To bring business back to encompass the people that work in it and the people that receive the service or product provides a true foundation where businesses can flourish utilising systems that consider the all.

  • Matilda Bathurst August 29, 2017   Reply →

    The madness of carrying on living in a way that we know not to be true simply because everyone else is doing it… is this not really irresponsible and a slap for us for our thinking that we are ‘intelligent’?

  • Natallija August 28, 2017   Reply →

    The key ingredient is ‘integrity’ – without this the drive for fame, wealth and recognition always takes centre stage in the business model.

  • John O Connell August 18, 2017   Reply →

    ” It’s ( universal medicine ) in the business of producing evolution “. This is so incredible – a business working in such a way, bringing evolution to the people. Having attended some courses and bought some products; what is said is TRUE – what a revolution in the business world. Thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • HM August 12, 2017   Reply →

    I love what is shared here about the fact that love changes our relationship with things outside of us – and that the more we listen to the body – the more we develop that.

  • Natallija August 5, 2017   Reply →

    What a great gift for humanity to watch this episode. A business model for every house and home that brings to light what is true evolution for all – leaving absolutely no one behind!

  • John O Connell July 19, 2017   Reply →

    Thank you Rebecca Asquith it’s such a joy to hear the truth about human evolution ” one day we will discover that medicine plays a huge role in our evolution but it has to play a role in it from an universal point of view ” just so lovely.

  • Kerstin Salzer July 15, 2017   Reply →

    The level of honesty is amazing concerning the way we use science in our world. As we use science it is already manipulated and as such not anymore trustworthy. When are we ready to be truly honest as a society? What a difference this would bring to our lifes.

  • Adele Leung July 10, 2017   Reply →

    Our bodies are always wise, and there are so many opportunities that this intelligence is clearly known, but somehow it is ignored. Now knowing clearly that this is a show run by the etheric spirit, it is amazing to see it as it is and not be blinded in the frustration and judgement of how could this be. This awareness allows a deep love and acceptance, a fuller embracing of who we are as humanity, it also allows a greater responsibility in choosing how we would like to live. I feel deep joy to know my being allows different choices in the world, this is very beautiful.

  • Adele Leung July 10, 2017   Reply →

    Having been rejecting of money and hence my own kidney energy for a long time, and now returning to the Ageless Wisdom teachings and truth, has inspired a turn around in my life of honoring my kidneys and building a business that respects being paid. Money is definitely not the root of all evils, in fact, when we respect and care for our whole being, it is impossible to not respect the place money has in our lives, life is definitely not free, and there is no need to abuse ourselves. In the livingness of every day, it feels wondrous to be re-imprinting this and developing a business, which is a step by step process to once again live the truth of what a true business model is which has always been felt within.

  • John O Connell July 9, 2017   Reply →

    ” one day we will discover that medicine plays a huge role in our evolution ” its difficult to see how this is ,if one sees medicine , as how it is use today . But in times past medicine was something that supported the body on all angles and its beautiful to hear this being explained by Serge Benhayon.

  • John O Connell July 1, 2017   Reply →

    Thank you Rebecca : its the first time I understood the false saying ” money is the root of all evil ” if one is to add in ” how we use money can be the source of all evil ” as explained by Serge Benhayon in this interview . I was stopped in my tracks when Serge said .
    ” For people to also learn that they have been using money to hurt themselves ”
    I had never seen it this way and to add on how ” I ” “we ” use money to hurt others. Just amazing and simple learning.

  • Samantha Davidson June 29, 2017   Reply →

    I love my renewed relationship with money and business, nothing dirty and corrupt about it unless you make it so, honest, responsible work can be chosen that offers a service of quality to society and you can sleep well and live well due to this….I stand with a sense of commitment and strength in how I do business and live life, and this is deeply inspired by Serge Benhayon.

  • jennym June 28, 2017   Reply →

    Putting people first in business and relating from love, integrity and truth, business encompasses us all, the customers, staff, the shareholders and our community and planet.

  • Natallija June 19, 2017   Reply →

    The possibilities that are out there if we choose to make business models based on people before profits are far more reaching then we are led to believe. The model that is shown by Serge Benhayon is lived and the words shared show the truth and simplicity that can be lived by all.

  • Judith Andras June 12, 2017   Reply →

    I had never considered that the theory that we are taught about our human evolution is that flawed, but Serge Benhayon has opened my eyes to the fact that it does not make sense at all and that there is a huge gap that has not been explained. Whereas the teachings of the Ageless Wisdom down the ages is so congruent and makes total sense.

  • Judith Andras June 12, 2017   Reply →

    True Ariana, and whilst walking away from God is the root of all evil, the true evil starts when we try to make sure that nobody finds his way back to God so we can justify and not be exposed in our own waywardness.

  • Jenny James June 10, 2017   Reply →

    This is ground breaking TV that offers massive expansion and brings common sense back into the picture. It’s simple!

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 5, 2017   Reply →

    When I learnt from Serge Benhayon the money was kidney life force energy it made me realise that I had been draining myself for most of my life. Not that I haven’t had a good understanding of the value of money but the real understanding is in how you spend it, how you save it, is all connected back to the quality in which I will live. To run a business with this understanding totally changes it also. A revelation indeed.

    • Judith Andras June 12, 2017   Reply →

      I agree Natalie, it is really interesting to broaden our understanding about money and realise that the way we exhaust and drain our body – emotionally and mentally – actually also impacts the way we are with money and our spending and saving patterns. It shows how limited our view is when it comes to money and life as such and how much more is possible when we open ourselves up to another way of being with ourselves, each other, nature, God and the universe.

  • Jenny James June 4, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Greed no longer the centre piece in business’ – Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith present on how to grow business without the dog-eat-dog competition that serves no-one and is actually anti-community. Thank you – a brilliant business role model.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 1, 2017   Reply →

    The important word here is ‘true’. We are not talking about the kind of service that is just a tick box exercise to satisfy the quality management system. We are talking about true service. The depth of care, understanding and honouring of people Serge Benhayon talks about as the most natural and basic foundation of our relationships with one another makes my heart sing.

  • Kerstin Salzer May 23, 2017   Reply →

    What is presented here is the fact that science in its original purpose lost its track through being dependent on those who pay for and govern the results. The question coming up in me is how often do we put science before our innate feeling and as such act in a way which is unnatural for us, just because science seem to say so?

  • Susan Wilson May 23, 2017   Reply →

    Our life is our business and so how we live our life is also God’s business – our business is our life. For me this means ‘mind my own business’ is to be involved in my own life and live that life as God would live his, with unending love and truth of who we all are – Sons of God equally so. Do we live this authority or not?

    • Judith Andras June 12, 2017   Reply →

      I love this statement Susan: “….how we live our life is also God’s business….” This shows how great a responsibility we have! I mean how would we live if we would acknowledge that we are God’s representatives on earth?

  • Kerstin Salzer May 18, 2017   Reply →

    When we truly see what is going on in our world we cannot but see the level of irresponsibility humanity is in.

  • Kerstin Salzer May 15, 2017   Reply →

    “……….you do not want to harm something what you love and this is your own body…..” Even if I have already changed a lot in my life through the inspiration of Serge Benhayon I still feel moments and make choices were I abuse the body in not being truly connected with myself. Interestingly the world is set up to be not anymore connected with the vehicle we everyday are with and as such we should have the most loving connection with it. Instead often we claim to love another person but in the same time we abuse our own bodies.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 14, 2017   Reply →

    The way we have constructed this world is nowhere even close to reflecting the truth, harmony and love that we know deep in our essence. Yet money is not the root of all evil, business is not the monster it is often portrayed as and work is not the curse that most people consider it to be, although by our choices and actions we can make them appear to be so. Then again we could commit to living the qualities of our Soul and re-imprinting every aspect of life with such a foundation.

  • Shami May 13, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon says something amazing when he states that “science is a beautiful word” and that “God is science”, he then goes on to describe how in modern times this word has been reduced to serve the function of some businesses who seek personal gain as opposed to what will truly serve all people everywhere, and I love how Serge says that it is not the case that every business is wrong, or bad or corrupt, but simply the fact that there is a tendency to hide the truth and to not give customers the freedom to choose what is harming or not. With this view I can see how science is released once again to be the curious explorer of life there for the benefit of all.

  • Kerstin Salzer May 8, 2017   Reply →

    What is discussed in this video concerning intelligent people harming themselves shows that there must be a separation between body and mind, that the mind does not accept what the body is telling, but is going against it.

  • HM May 6, 2017   Reply →

    So insightful. We see money as a physical thing that defines happiness but how many of us consider the relationship with money and kidney energy – and that depending what we spend our money on it can support us or drain
    Us. Wow what a revelation in the whole way business is done.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 2, 2017   Reply →

    Everything Serge Benhayon present honours the fact that the whole of humanity is one, every part makes a difference, in fact every individual choice and action affects the whole. We thus have the ability and responsibility to ensure our choices support the expansion and evolution of everyone. With this understanding as a foundation, business takes on a whole new shape and meaning.

  • Stephen Gammack April 28, 2017   Reply →

    It seems out there to think that we are influenced in such a way, but when we look at the choices we make, often the poor ones, I can’t help but feel, there is actually some force that is pulling us to make bad choices, otherwise why would we do things we know are not good for us. Being open to the possibilities of energy sources is well worth philosophising on. My feeling is what has anyone got to lose.

  • Natallija April 25, 2017   Reply →

    Every time I view an episode I learn something new. More details to familiar parts that I didn’t hear the last time. That’s what true evolution TV is about!

  • Kerstin Salzer April 24, 2017   Reply →

    The ageless wisdom makes so much sense. and gives the answer to every question we have not received an answer to yet . To connect with it means to connect to a deep knowing wisdom. Through the loving lifestyle Serge Benhayon is living he has access to it and the more we learn to be truly loving with ourselves and others the more we have access to it too.

  • Natallija April 21, 2017   Reply →

    What I love about this episode is the understanding of business does not relate to having the one and only product on offer but bringing a whole understanding that the quality in which you live will deliver the quality of the product to the customer.

  • Christoph Schnelle April 18, 2017   Reply →

    It is actually a surprise that there are an enormous amount of rules and regulations but businesses that sell harmful food and other substances are regulated but, within those regulations, they have complete freedom to harm.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 17, 2017   Reply →

    As I look on the internet it seems that more and more greed, corruption, lack of accountability and profits ahead of people is becoming synonymous with running a successful business.

    We are blessed that here we have Serge Benhayon who so very clearly reminds us that love, responsibility and evolution is at the heart of our essence and therefore the foundation of any true business interaction.

    What is great also is that these are not just words, as always what Serge Benhayon presents is backed by a life and reflection powerfully lived. His business Universal Medicine show cases what he presents in every detail.

  • Vicky Geary April 17, 2017   Reply →

    If this episode could be considered a true marker for what the purpose of television actually could be for – that is, watching something that is going to evolve us – then what we currently have on offer through national and international television broadcasting falls well short of this mark.

  • Kerstin Salzer April 16, 2017   Reply →

    Supply and demand governs economy, but we as a society have in our hands how the supply looks like and how pure the supply is. If I take newspapers and we know that there are newspapers which are telling lies, so the supply is not pure, so it lies in our hands if we choose to buy it or not.

  • SLE April 16, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon can say in two lines what humanity have been trying to say for thousands of years. I have heard this man makes sense of areas of science and psychology that humans have struggled with for life times

  • HM April 15, 2017   Reply →

    To make business about evolution first turns the normal day in day out activities on their head. What an opportunity we have to always see the bigger picture and if we make it about evolution, the direction of the business can naturally follow.

  • Natalie Hawthorne April 14, 2017   Reply →

    When we look around and see what is going on in the world the level of irresponsibility is huge. How Serge Benhayon explains what this level of irresponsibility is and what is causing it makes complete sense. This is something that we each have to start to look at within our own lives and start to become aware of which energy we are choosing, self or the soul?

  • Fumiyo Egashira April 8, 2017   Reply →

    ‘As we develop our relationship with our body so there’s more love, the body educates us not to harm itself as there’s less impulse to do so – rather than the mind saying “I am not going to harm myself”’ – this is so true, and I can feel how I sometimes still come from my head trying to achieve an ideal of a kind, the one that would appear to be ‘esoterically correct’ and I can really feel the deceitfulness in that.

  • Natallija April 7, 2017   Reply →

    This episode turns everything on it’s head that I thought and believed business was all about. How awesome is this to view when we are all starting to feel and see the rates of exposed greed and corruption on our TV screens.

  • Natallija April 4, 2017   Reply →

    I have watched this video a number of times, as it has been a powerful learning to stop and take note that all work is business. We can all get caught up in the notion that business based on profit margins is the only true success yet as shared here the evolution is the maker for the quality that is offered to the customer or client that far outweighs any monetary gains.

  • Shami April 3, 2017   Reply →

    So, I really love the way, and it is very unique how, Serge Benhayon talks about “the gap” in scientific evolutionary theory and how it is still a belief like the religious story of Adam and Eve. He does not condemn either one as wrong and in fact gives credit to them both as having their place – and even goes as far as to say that there is no need to argue about any of this because argument is equal to war and above all we must not have that on our planet and between ourselves. So even though there may be conflicting theories that do not agree, we must at the very least and at all times respect each other.

  • Natalie Hawthorne April 1, 2017   Reply →

    It is like we are content and happy with the division and competition that is involved with business and the world. Always trying to make it about being better than the competition and not considering what we are doing and how we are going about it, what affect the out come have and how we are all living. Making business about the people in all avenues is what is needed, as Serge Benhayon presents.

  • Christoph Schnelle April 1, 2017   Reply →

    I sometimes wonder whether spiritualism is in some ways a lawless place as there seem to be few rules around spirituality – only if obvious mental illnesses result may there be consequences, otherwise there seem to be few limitations.

  • HM March 30, 2017   Reply →

    Recently we had a situation where we were working with a supplier and looking at signing a joint contract. But the greed took over for this supplier and they became pretty mean leading up to the signing. And once it was signed, they acted ‘nice’ again. It made me really stop and observe how many games we bring into business and ignore the fact it is about people first. The thing is, for them the relationship changed based a contract – our responsibility was to keep on presenting love to them no matter what – make it about the people. If we lose that in business, there is no business – Serge Benhayon presents this very way and it is deeply inspiring to see how he presents on true business, and lives it.

  • Kerstin Salzer March 29, 2017   Reply →

    In this video there is a great call to listen to the body and evolve through listening to the body instead of making the choices from just our heads.

  • Kerstin Salzer March 25, 2017   Reply →

    To understand that there are things, products, thoughts, emotions which do not serve us as humanity in our evolution is crucial in order to be able to let go and feel again how amazing we all are when we have freed ourselves from the emprisonment.

  • Stephanie Stevenson March 25, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is a pioneer in bringing a different level of awareness and quality to many ways of our being in life from pure function and existing in separation, to a harmonious and seamless flow in daily living – including new models for business, self-healing, well-being and palliative care.

  • Christoph Schnelle March 25, 2017   Reply →

    Bringing love into business without being a doormat and being pragmatic about it has been one of the most rewarding experiences in my life.

  • Rebecca March 24, 2017   Reply →

    This is such an amazing TV show – each episode will be watching again and again simply to allow the time to take in every angle of the conversation – I love to listen to the interviews for the depth and breadth of the subjects discussed and their relevance to life.

  • Samantha Davidson March 24, 2017   Reply →

    I Love business and I Love being a Business owner, I used to separate work and life and I used to think being a business owner was a selfish capitalist aim…I now know it to be true service, when we consider the quality of what we deliver and this feels incredible.

  • Shami March 20, 2017   Reply →

    Another golden moment is when Serge Benhayon talks about the impossibility of humans coming from the animal kingdom, which is evidenced by plain and clear facts – a statement brought to us by the fantastic questions of Rebecca Asquith. Watching as these two people work together to bring truth to our world, is such a gift.

  • Sarah Karam March 19, 2017   Reply →

    I am blessed to have Universal Medicine as a role business model of what is possible when stepping into a business of your own. The things that Universal Medicine have achieved as a team and the services they offer humanity go beyond any words I could put on paper. I was so inspired by the philosophy’s and teachings that I have now set up several of my own businesses in completely different industry but with a similar intention and that is to truly offer a supply that humanity is calling for and that is connection.

  • Lieke Campbell March 18, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon mentioned something about the fact that if you are dulling yourself with substances like food etc. you may not feel that you are dulling yourself as you are dull! This makes a lot of sense to me and also why dulling yourself can become a cycle without an end. The only thing that can bring awareness is choosing to stop and feel how we are truly feeling in our bodies.

  • Christoph Schnelle March 17, 2017   Reply →

    You are right. The concept of evolution in business exists only in a limited form – bettering ourselves, making more money for example.

  • Christoph Schnelle March 17, 2017   Reply →

    I have found it very powerful to bring love into business – not something emotional or becoming unprofessional but to be of service while being aware of every other aspect of business. It is a very enjoyable way to work with clients and everybody involved in the business.

  • HM March 17, 2017   Reply →

    It is rare to find a business that is about evolution. We have an abundance of foods and clothes and technology that actually numbs us, but then we miss out on the potential for evolution and what that can actually bring to a business. I find that when a business is about the product first and not relationships and people, then there is no chance for evolution.

  • Stephen Gammack March 16, 2017   Reply →

    “We don’t come from the animal kingdom” a statement many will disagree with, but what Serge Benhayon shares on this topic makes complete sense to me. If we look at our behaviours then it shows we are a species that lives in self sabotage, it is definitely like we have an out of control part of us that we haven’t quite grasped is there. Perhaps best shown in the examples of what we see as intelligence that we think is growing in spite of us getting sicker as a race each passing day.

  • Vicky Geary March 14, 2017   Reply →

    Business is evolution and evolution is business. This is a far cry from how I started out in business, working as a graduate accountant at an inner city firm. Work and business was what I did between the hours of 9am to 5pm. Everything else was ‘my life’ and evolution was not even in the picture. Fast forward 20 years and through the inspiration of Serge Benhayon I could say that if I was still living and thinking in that way I would be utterly miserable and quite possibly quite sick by now. Through developing purpose, energetic awareness and a deeper understanding of life I now wake up everyday looking forward to what the day will bring, whatever I may be doing.

  • Christoph Schnelle March 14, 2017   Reply →

    It is quite surprising just how many businesses thrive on using human weaknesses and servicing them in ways that do not repair or restore humans but either simply manage their issues or provide what is experienced as temporary relief but is actually harming for humans and that this state of affairs is completely accepted and supported and such companies are chided mercilessly when they falter at their endeavours.

  • Natalie Hawthorne March 11, 2017   Reply →

    So much sense in everything that Serge presents here and the one about us not wanting to agree with reincarnation because it means we have to be responsible is so true. For me it makes complete sense that our soul is eternal and that it will be coming back round time and time again. Sometimes I have struggled with the choices that I have made because I know they are not loving for myself or for others but have been to caught up in the moment to even stop and consider this. Today things have changed and I developing this awareness even stronger by agreeing to the responsibility that is being truly asked of us.

  • Stephen Gammack March 11, 2017   Reply →

    The topic of spirituality and soul is a most interesting one, and not one I find easy to grasp in terms of what we can consider acting spiritually to be. I see a lot of negativity in the way that being spiritual causes people to act. It can be a form of shutting down to the real world to go into a blissful state, and that I would now consider a negative. Perhaps most simply being soulful is an awareness and connection with our own bodies, and with the people in the world we are surrounded by.

  • HM March 5, 2017   Reply →

    Shifting the ‘aim’ or purpose of business from profits to evolution means it has to be about people and relationships first. As a director of a business, I have noticed a huge difference when I focus on people before process. In deepening the relationships, then I find that everyone aligns to the purpose of the business, and then the processes come from what is needed not what is seen to be protocol. Having this flexibility in business means that we’ve been able to experiment a lot with how we work, and the one thing we’ve found is that it always comes back to people in order for the business to evolve. The profits then become a confirmation of that.

  • Kerstin Salzer March 2, 2017   Reply →

    It goes always back to our bodies and how we feel and are able to observe ourselves , in order to be able to read the intentions and purposes of the spirit which often are aligned to ideals and beliefs and its often untrue and dishonest ways of thinking.

  • Rowena Stewart February 27, 2017   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Baldwin bring a new light and awareness to these very familiar subjects. What will our economies look like when we truly decide to focus on the quality of the products we produce and offer the world, so that how we earn our money and how we spend it honours everyone and everything involved in producing the service, from natural resource to finished product.

  • Stephen Gammack February 26, 2017   Reply →

    The “pantry journeyman” I love it. Who can’t relate to the visit to the kitchen to source some food when we have feelings arise. But it has never before been suggested, that not using the food to dull the feelings might be the real healing for our bodies. When feelings arise they are actually a real blessing, as that allow us the chance to deal with something that is stored in our bodies and come out as an emotion.

  • HM February 20, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Eventually – if our society is using the intelligence of the body – there will not be a need for cigarette smoking’ – wow this is just awesome and highlights where we are at as a society. The more we listen to our bodies, the more we understand what supports them and what does not, and that our bodies will continue to give us messages to this extent until such point that we are prepared to listen.

  • HM February 20, 2017   Reply →

    What is shared here about Graphic design is pretty incredible. I work in that industry, and to be able to work in a way where people are not competing but are seeing that everyone brings a unique part – is such a fresh way to look at how we work together and strengthen the industry rather than the individual.

  • Kerstin Salzer February 19, 2017   Reply →

    Money is a big issue for many. Often money is spent on things we do not truly need or even are harming us. To spend money on something which supports our growth, our evolvement and our health is an attitude towards money which is healthy in itself.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 18, 2017   Reply →

    It may appear strange to some that this episode is about Business and Evolution, yet in the second half Serge Benhayon talks about the true nature of the spirit, spirituality and the Soul. Well the fact is that like it or not we are energetic beings and there is no aspect of our world that is untouched by energetic dynamics at play. Serge Benhayon is simply holding up the mirror so that we start to see into our self-created blind-spots once again.

  • James Nicholson February 12, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon brings a whole new understanding to what business truly is all about. I see so many people go to work simply to live for the weekend, the pay check, the holiday etc.. yet they miss out on enjoying the one thing they spend most of their time at. Making business and life about evolution and how we can best support not only ourselves but also others is key. Otherwise nothing changes. We cannot want or expect love, say, in the home – but not be living it at work – every part of our life matters and is important and ultimately effects every other part.

  • Kerstin Salzer February 11, 2017   Reply →

    To understand that God and the Universe are constantly communicating, trading and exchanging energy and to bring this into the understanding how to run a business ourselves can be evolutionary for our own growth concerning our business or the business we are working in.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 10, 2017   Reply →

    We all start off as a child expressing in a way that enriches life and everyone. At what point did we start to numb our inner awareness that our choices and actions make a huge difference and when did we disconnect from our heartfelt intention to make a positive contribution that was for everyone? Can business be anything other than a money-focused enterprise? Could the answer to our experience of life as a rat-race be a return to the values we have given up on? I find this a great episode with which to deeply reflect on such heartfelt questions.

  • HM February 9, 2017   Reply →

    Another inspiring episode that shows the importance of working together – and that the separation we live in is what keeps the world in disharmony. And that business is in everything – I so relate to this way of being – that business is evolution and it is in all that we do.

  • Shami February 9, 2017   Reply →

    How extraordinary to hear Serge Benhayon say that he – embraces the symbolic story of Adam and Eve – this one simple line said with such candour and yet, who has ever said this without being caught up in the religious beliefs of this story? Serge Benhayon brings value to symbolism with this simple line of words and introduces the possibility that there may in fact be many re-interpretations here about all the stories we have been given and which have been passed down though the ages.

  • Stephen Gammack February 9, 2017   Reply →

    Contribution to society in business, what we offer in what we do has to have a wider focus than profit. It would be heartening to know that in the future we won’t have businesses purely run for selfish interests but only as a valuable contributor to peoples wellbeing. That is the mark that business should have today and we are a long way from that as we all know how corrupt big corporations are currently.

  • Natalie Hawthorne February 7, 2017   Reply →

    I get so inspired when I listen to this and it makes complete and utter sense. To be able to run a business in this way totally contradicts the way of business in the world today. When you stop and look at people running these business’s most seem to be hanging on by the thread and trying not to combust with the pressures that they put on themselves and pushing to meet the expectations of the targets that need to be achieved. Year on year the demands to out do from the previous year without any consideration on how the team is going to do this. Not all companies are like this but most are driven by the focus on the money. Today I am working as a senior manager and I am re-learning how I can be this and run a business in a way the supports everyone in the process – the clients, the staff, the management, the directors to the owner. Every aspect is critical and without this overall view and making it about the process, not the end outcome where the goal posts get continually moved once you reach them. Business can be extremely rewarding and successful but only from the experience that everyone is having whilst making it happen.

  • Rebecca briant February 3, 2017   Reply →

    Where else can you watch an interview about business and one of the subjects in that we come from a essence of our soul – some might not see how the two things, business and soul, go together however it makes a lot of sense. We often talk about making business about people but if people in their essence are souls, than its all connected.

  • Stephen Gammack February 1, 2017   Reply →

    I like the premise that we don’t look down on anyone for their choices, as in the example of cigarettes here, but it is most important that we look more deeply at why any of us want to do even the most little things that are harmful. This is the combination of philosophy and science that we need to develop to get to why we self harm in even the most minor way because it just doesn’t make sense.

  • Shami February 1, 2017   Reply →

    It is amazing the way that Serge Benhayon talks about the truth without becoming emotional or reactive to it. He simply states what is there, plainly and obvious to be seen, and he does so with great understanding – no judgement or critique, he just states the facts as they are – such as when he and Rebecca Asquith talk about the supply and demand of the tobacco and sugar industries etc.

  • Samantha Davidson January 27, 2017   Reply →

    Our origins….could it be that we are responsible and we have a return, a responsibility to choose, rather than the search, drama and victimhood that is so prevalent…in society. I know I have been distracting myself, from something fundamental: that responsibility is divine, it returns us to our true origins. Amazing to watch this conversation.

  • Jane Torvaney January 26, 2017   Reply →

    The interaction between Rebecca Asquith and Serge Benhayon here is based on love, respect and a true purpose of bringing evolution to our screens. This is tv like never before.

  • SLE January 25, 2017   Reply →

    True business will always have God in it, unfortunately in this day and age this is quite rare and rather then be impulsed by compassion to serve our fellow citizens most business are driven by a selfish and greedy need. This is one of the reasons the world is such as mess today because we have allowed this crazy behaviour to go on.

  • adam warburton January 25, 2017   Reply →

    Very interesting take on what a truly free market looks like.

  • HM January 24, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon shares how business can be – that it can be equal – and how we can use money towards something healing rather than using it to numb ourselves. I never really considered that to spend money always comes with a choice – a cycle of evolution or a cycle of numbing.

  • Carola Woods January 24, 2017   Reply →

    This certainly brings a greater understanding to how we all play are huge part in businesses, with what services are on offer and the quality of services that are delivered to us. To realise that we all hold this responsibility, for me, is empowering. What is offered here is the opportunity too truly be honest with ourselves, with the way we are choosing live. Are we choosing to invest in lifestyles that are self-abusive as such harm ourselves, or are they loving, honoring and supportive? Or essentially, are we living for evolution? From what is presented in this episode it is clear to see that through our everyday choices we are all equally responsible for generating the demand that businesses respond to, and as such formulate their supply. This is a game changer on so many levels.

  • Nikki McKee January 22, 2017   Reply →

    “Have a product that truly evolves people” – the same could be said for TV shows. And this one sure does that.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 20, 2017   Reply →

    It is wonderful that Serge Benhayon so clearly discusses the true nature of the spirit, spirituality and the Soul. Our lack of understanding of these fundamental aspects of our life have been crippling our true expression for a long time. Testament to this are our misguided and self-focused endeavours in a world that sorely lacks the love, harmony and oneness that is our true essence.

  • Kerstin Salzer January 15, 2017   Reply →

    To grow a product in an evolutionary way is a new perspective to business and businesses working with this purpose will certainly last as long as they are needed, without attachement to the business itself but for mere service for humanity. In listening to this episode I start to see what the future is bringing to us as humanity and there will be a much more respectful way concerning how the majority of people are with each other.

  • Shami January 13, 2017   Reply →

    When it comes to the different strands of belief we have about evolution, whether they be from a scientific or a religious perspective, there is no cause for argument. How gorgeous is this, how embracing of freedom are these words given to us by someone who holds the love for humanity exactly and precisely close to his heart. No matter what the subject matter, there is no reason to argue because it does not generate further understanding or love. Very inspiring words from Serge Benhayon, a great teacher for our time.

  • Shami January 10, 2017   Reply →

    Science as something that takes us deeper in to even more discovery, as each new discovery reveals the potential or the possibility for the next. With this view, life is a science as each day begins with the potential to learn more about ourselves, about each other and about life.

  • Samantha Davidson January 7, 2017   Reply →

    I am so inspired by the way that Serge Benhayon has communicated about business,in my words life is business, business is life. I used to compartmentalise life and I would not have considered myself a business woman. I am now, and I love people at the same time, they do not need to be opposing situations.

  • HM January 7, 2017   Reply →

    There can be no true business without people, and with people come relationships. If we bring all businesses back to this; about the people not the profits, then we are lighting the way for an era of people who love their work, who feel they connect with others at work, who are valued for who they are and who feel as equals. That is a revolution.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 5, 2017   Reply →

    Spirit and Soul – no area of human life is free from being tainted due to our lack of clarity of the difference between these two energies. Which one of them is any one choice coming from? Depending on which the end result will be worlds apart for ourself, for everyone else and yes what we witness in the world itself. The fact that Serge Benhayon helps us differentiate between the two so clearly is a huge support to humanity.

  • Shami January 3, 2017   Reply →

    When Serge Benhayon talks about the intelligence of the particles that make up our human bodies, I feel deeply humbled, and instantly very aware of how my body is feeling after all the choices that I have been making.

  • Rik Connors January 1, 2017   Reply →

    “A new way of doing business … .In the business of producing evolution and, equalising everybody where there is no leader as such, but everybody is leading ‘the way’”. What I like about this model is the strong commitment to working together for the benefit of all. No self, no delays, and no fluffing about. Loaded with purpose and love.

  • Natallija December 30, 2016   Reply →

    Profits over people are ever increasing in the work force no matter what is being sold. Each field has a story to tell and this episode so openly shares that there is another way that makes sense in supporting all to bring community and care into the business model once again.

  • Victoria December 30, 2016   Reply →

    This is a very inspiring conversation so many areas are covered. It is about the business of life, the choice of energy we are using as our fuel. What are we truly trading, and what does it truly mean to be successful? I will be watching this episode again; it brings simplicity back to life.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 29, 2016   Reply →

    Indeed “money is not the root of all evil”, and business and work are not the monsters many see them as. Deepening our understanding about spirit, spirituality and the Soul is key in re-connecting to the love, responsibility and wisdom required to have businesses and systems that ensure everyone is deeply and profoundly taken care of, and supported to evolve.

  • Rebecca Briant December 29, 2016   Reply →

    What I love most about this interview, is that normally when discussing business or economy, the is a feeling of wanting to switch off, or boredem, and the conversation stays within the parameters of free markets and stocks, shares and prices – but when Serge Benhayon talks, he cannot but include the whole and so the body, health and well being, integrity in business, evolution, free will and choice all becomes a part of how we can view economy and trade and the development of products, and these things can be a part of how we run our businesses – for people rather than profit.

  • Rebecca briant December 29, 2016   Reply →

    Very interesting discussion on supply and demand – in the end, the quality of product and the range of products, their quality etc comes from the kind of demand we put out. We are having the wool pulled over our eyes in many cases as to the corruption in many industries, but when it does get revealed, do we make sure they change and that no one is able to run companies or industries with such corruption, or do we allow it to die down and go back to how it was?

  • Stephen Gammack December 26, 2016   Reply →

    I like the simplicity of a business model that says yes to making a good profit from your business, but only if it does so in a way that is serving of society (on a small or grand scale) on not squashing anyone else in the process. That to me is a system that works, simple and easy to administer.

  • Rik Connors December 25, 2016   Reply →

    Wow! There was so much in this Episode. I will watch it again. It was big! God is science, God is business… Or, what stood out for me was the bit about Spiritualism. Its totally true, once I knew I had a character (my spirit) running the show I began to heal and my life changed miraculously, like it had never done before because, I chose it from my body and not the character (spirit). Thank you Serge Benhayon, and, Rebecca Asquith for your delving questions on behalf of us all.

  • Shami December 24, 2016   Reply →

    This is amazing – to consider that there is an energetic exchange happening all the time, a system of economy that we can emulate which supports everyone.

  • Rebecca Briant December 23, 2016   Reply →

    Can you imagine a world where we don’t work for the sake of it – to create a building not to just be the tallest and most stunning, but one that is for a purpose, for the growth of humanity. It would make life so simple and beautiful because so much is wasted, both time and money and in some cases lives, to produce products that do not support us and in some cases do us harm.

  • Natallija December 23, 2016   Reply →

    This video has got me pondering on how few business are bringing through products which serve to evolve everyone. A clear indication that there is definitely an inspiration in what Universal Medicine brings to the community.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 19, 2016   Reply →

    I am very familiar with a caricature version of humanity’s evolution, were we will have more gadgets, more fancy forms of transport, more grand buildings…. Yet when Serge Benhayon speaks we are left with a different way of assessing our progress. What is the real essence of life, vitality, awareness and the love of one another experienced and reflected by all of what we so proudly champion?

  • Janet Williams December 19, 2016   Reply →

    Yes, Ariana. This conversation turns business upside down, by making it about people and evolution rather than financial gain and being the best.

  • Jenny McGee December 19, 2016   Reply →

    If we consider money and business as part of the natural flow of energy in life we can go deeper and consider are we adding something of value in the products and services we provide or partake in?

  • Janet Williams December 18, 2016   Reply →

    I love how this conversation is deeply personal while at the same time universal. And I particularly like Serge’s model of using money to constantly expand and evolve humanity rather than for self advancement.

  • Sarah Karam December 18, 2016   Reply →

    I think most people would agree that we have been lied to by main stream media outlets and medical professionals consistently for a pretty long time. When you think about it, it was only 60 years ago that the US had an advertising campaign for smoking built on Physicians and the ‘doctor’ image to assure the consumer that their respective brands were safe.
    If we look at Big Industry in this day and age without the assumption that we are being lied to then perhaps we are being conveniently naïve. Considering that most of our “opinions” are usually based on what we read and what we read is now owned by who ever is rich enough to buy it.

  • Rebecca Briant December 18, 2016   Reply →

    There is so much to take away from this episode, for the business model can be applied to economy, politics, international relations, family and friends – the blue print of a quality of living can be applied everywhere.

  • Rebecca Briant December 17, 2016   Reply →

    I love that as Serge Benhayon discusses a true business model, this website is showing a true media/TV model, one used not for mindless entertainment to check out but for evolution and the growth of everyone.

    • Janet Williams December 18, 2016   Reply →

      Indeed, Rebecca. This is the future of television right here, bringing education and real conversations about how we live and what our true purpose is.

  • Natallija December 16, 2016   Reply →

    Having listened to this interview several times I have been taking note of the amount of businesses that I use for my work that support putting people over products first. What is evident is the “good old fashion” quality workmanship is often overridden with the need to reach new targets in production that leave less time for quality care and detail. This previously supported the customer to build trusting relationships with the clients and for the business to appreciate what they have to offer.

  • Rebecca briant December 16, 2016   Reply →

    Fascinating – a business model that is not received within the walls of the business but is in fact a way of life, that offers not only evolution to all those in the business but all the customers who frequent it – the expansion of the universe found in a business model.

  • SLE December 15, 2016   Reply →

    Amazing interview and must be watched again and again, Serge Benhayon answers the big question “what does ‘love in business’ look like?” showing the world there is a way to do business which is beneficial and evolutionary for all.

  • Robbie Boyd December 15, 2016   Reply →

    I could watch this all day, every day. This is true healing, just listening to these words. So powerful, light and expanding. Thank you 🙂

    • Natallija July 1, 2017   Reply →

      Me too Robbie Boyd. The realness of what is going on in the world is being talked about with such respect and honesty. It is TV viewing with a HUGE difference. A call to look at ourselves rather than be consumed by the lives of others.

  • Vicky Geary December 14, 2016   Reply →

    Never before has business been as clearly presented to be about evolution and the return to living in union with our Soul. Business therefore is life and how we live and can never be compartmentalised into something that only happens between 9am to 5pm or our ‘defined’ hours of work. To think otherwise is to be trapped, and limited in our evolution.

  • Hm December 13, 2016   Reply →

    I am blessed to be involved in a business that is constantly being pulled to be more. What an amazing difference it is to work for a company that has purpose. This comes before any marketing or business plan, before any financial targets- it is brought back to what is the purpose first and that is a gift. Compared to the drive I worked in before it feels very different. And Serge Benhayon is fundamental to the process we’ve gone through about bringing purpose to business.

  • Rebecca Briant December 13, 2016   Reply →

    One day humanity will come to realise that we all live on this planet together and in the end, we cannot escape from our choices. Those who have chosen greed and corruption to get ahead in life and create a better comfortable life for themselves and their families, whilst cheating, suppressing or casuing suffering for others cannot escape that fact and eventually we will see that it just doesnt work. There is a way of doing buisness, running countires and economys, making deals and planning policy that is founded upon respect, decency, integirty, honesty and most of all love, and understanding that we have a responsability to make all that we do loving not just for us, but for everyone else.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 12, 2016   Reply →

    It makes so much sense -which products we spend money on, are those to dull us or to evolve us? This question needs to be posed before buying any item.

  • Stephen Gammack December 12, 2016   Reply →

    The part of this interview on the topic of evolution and the development of our species makes me consider the intellectual bullying that goes on in science to get certain viewpoints across. I haven’t heard any scientist explain what Serge Benhayon has reasoned here, that there is no evidence of neanderthal man, and that it doesn’t add up. The details of how this would have to have occurred in terms of evidence seems to get swept under the carpet, and it makes me wonder what sort of intelligence is so desperate to be right that it will ignore the obvious facts that rarely get aired, and how many of our biggest questions are sidelined in this way.

  • SLE December 11, 2016   Reply →

    Listening to Serge speaking about business is priceless, people can study business for many years but not ever get to the true meaning of it as Serge presents here.

    • Natallija December 12, 2016   Reply →

      Couldn’t agree more SLE . The key ingredient is not making business about profits but the quality of care and love of people.

    • Vicky Cooke December 12, 2016   Reply →

      Very true Samantha. In fact people can study many things for many years including anatomy and physiology, and philosolphy and still not get to the truth. What Serge Benhayon teaches, presents and lives is absolute gold.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 10, 2016   Reply →

    The majority of people spend the greater part of their awake hours at work. The foundations that businesses stand upon affect the quality of everyone’s lives as well as the world we live in. It is time we listened to soul-led individuals such as Serge Benhayon and built our businesses on honouring the love, connection and harmony that is our true essence – and instead of continuing the decline into greed, segregation and discord, we facilitated true evolution for humanity.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 8, 2016   Reply →

    I Love the sound of having an economy that is adding to our evolution. That there is a natural process that we as a human race will go through culling what we realise is not working and not what we thought it was. More and more we are coming to understand and willing to see what some things are doing to us but there is much more to uncover.

  • SLE December 7, 2016   Reply →

    I love Serge and Rebecca’s example here of working in graphic design – that there really does not need to be any competition as we all have our own unique expression.

  • HM December 6, 2016   Reply →

    I had not been one to consider that everything is energy, and when I do so and apply it to money, then wow what a huge consideration I have when I spend money. If it relates to our kidney energy then it is irresponsible if we do not take this into account each time money is involved. Living from energy first allows a whole new level of responsibility in ones life.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 6, 2016   Reply →

    It sounds so obvious that having a product for which is there for humanity is there to evolve and expand humanity. When we stop and look at the way the world is and all the products that make up this world how many of them truly are there to support humanity to evolve? What products that are there are not there for the money? Really it is great questions to be asking unless we want to continue in the disharmonious misery as a society that we are accepting as our normal.

  • Kylie December 6, 2016   Reply →

    What is business if it isn’t about growing and evolving people?

  • Jennifer Smith December 5, 2016   Reply →

    Serge made reference to cigarette smoking and cigarettes being someone’s ‘trusty friend’. I have heard many people over the years refer to cigarettes as a great friend, even someone who gave up saying that it felt like they had lost their best friend. It’s interesting that we speak like this about a cigarette, when we know that cigarettes do great harm to our body. But then we can become frustrated and angry at our body when it becomes unwell from cigarette smoking. But really our body is simply communicating something to us. Are we feeling let down by what we thought was our ‘trusty friend’? or that we simply don’t like the message communicated by our always true and honest best friend, the body.

  • Jennifer Smith December 5, 2016   Reply →

    Of course, that makes so much sense Ariana. Even going to the supermarket or buying petrol I am in business, because I am doing business. It’s interesting how we can narrow what something is or what something means because of what we get out of it. Whether it be a sense of acceptance or recognition.

  • Julie Chung December 3, 2016   Reply →

    Serge presents a much truer and all encompassing way of working with others in the workplace. A way that we would naturally be drawn to if we didn’t get ourselves in the way and make it about us instead of humanity and true service.

  • SLE November 29, 2016   Reply →

    I just love watching Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith interact, there is such a connection there based on real purpose and evolution.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 27, 2016   Reply →

    Business in our days has mainly to do with competition. What Serge Benhayon is presenting here concerning business is revolutionary, a business where people count and which is based on working togehter and not against each other.

  • Natallija November 26, 2016   Reply →

    True business is about evolution as Serge Benhayon so truthfully shares in this episode. How far is the current state of our business world from this truth when we are seeing more and more examples of greed, corruption and ill truths used to sell a business model to the masses?

  • Jennifer Smith November 26, 2016   Reply →

    I love how when Rebecca asked Serge “What is Universal Medicine?” he spoke of what Universal Medicine is for everyone and what it means for everyone and even when he spoke of the business model of Universal Medicine, he spoke about it the fullest most complete way. Yes it is a business, but Universal Medicine the business offers so much more. True well-being and evolution for all.

  • Vicky Geary November 26, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon has revolutionised business by presenting that the true purpose of business is evolution. In this we are shown just how far business in general is away from this truth.

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 25, 2016   Reply →

    Free will is something that I have totally admired with Serge Benhayon, having the understanding now that it is everyone’s right to have free will, and the key thing that Serge presents here is ‘so long as we are not lied to’. Being able to feel for ourselves why we would choose a habit that is harming the body we start to feel and see that it doesn’t make any sense. We are all on our own journey and we will get to where we get to with each choice we make.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 25, 2016   Reply →

    In a world in which everyone is clambering for making the biggest profit, and most are either planning or wishing for early retirement, where getting something for providing nothing is seen as clever, and gaining advantage at the expense of another is championed as astute, Serge Benhayon’s reminder of our true essence brings a completely different focus and appreciation of the potential our relationship with business can have on our lives.

  • HM November 23, 2016   Reply →

    True change certainly does come from within and we all have a choice in how we treat our bodies. What Serge presents is that no diet will give us the quick solution we are looking for – it is a relationship we have with our bodies that is important.

  • Felix Kremer November 22, 2016   Reply →

    When I look up to the stars and I see and feel the beauty, precision and order, the sparkling and the timelessness of space – then it really is in my face that we have been lied to about … maybe everything here on earth, because here on earth everything is the opposite of that which is infinitively around us.

  • Felix Kremer November 22, 2016   Reply →

    Business can be a healing modality, when lived with love and truth. This is absolute revelation. Thanks to Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine.

  • Felix Kremer November 22, 2016   Reply →

    When we choose what real business is about, it is not about competition anymore.

  • Julie Chung November 21, 2016   Reply →

    True change comes from listening to our bodies and what they need for optimum health and vitality. Absolutely.

  • rosanna bianchini November 18, 2016   Reply →

    This business model and the way Serge talks here does indeed completely shatter the picture and paradigm that “the healer or the philosopher should be the bare foot guy walking along the streets of Byron in some coloured robes and giving out his love and wisdom for free”. That image, is so far from the truth of what true healing and business is about.

  • rosanna bianchini November 18, 2016   Reply →

    Beautifully said Serge, “The business of producing evolution”; with this purpose Universal Medicine can operate in no other way than with the understanding of what life, healing and love is really about.

  • Natallija November 16, 2016   Reply →

    I have opted for this as my bedtime viewing as well. There is much here to sit with and bring a deeper awareness of the purpose we all have in the various areas of business we work in.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 15, 2016   Reply →

    This kind of TV brings me back to me and my own wisdom. It is phenomenal.

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 15, 2016   Reply →

    Love what Serge is sharing about the body intelligence with food and that it is our awareness with our body and not wanting to harm it that will make the change with our diets not the mind telling us that we need to change our diets. True change comes from listening within.

  • Felix Kremer November 13, 2016   Reply →

    Business done with love – that’s something I didn’t even dare to dream about before I got to know Serge Benhayon. And I was quite reactive to the way the world functions. Having met Serge has put an end to that. There actually is a way to live and be worldly in a loving way – and now it’s my turn to put this in practice, too!

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 12, 2016   Reply →

    The usual comment about working is “I have to do it to live” and “can’t wait to retire” – it is seen as something unpleasant that has to be done to be able to survive in the world. Yet when Serge Benhayon talks about business and evolution, it becomes clear that work IS part and parcel of life and a very loving one at that.

  • Samantha Davidson November 12, 2016   Reply →

    I used to think business is about what we can get out of people, take etc…I did not like business, I reacted to it and money and took the poor and righteous approach. I am now in business and prospering and I know it because I have changed my attitude to relationships and myself in them, business is relationships, it is life, no need for reactions and barriers.

  • SD November 10, 2016   Reply →

    It is this kind of universal wisdom, presented here and spoken as a matter of fact, that makes the work of Serge Benhayon globally applicable for all of humanity. Taken to its greater depths and truly examined and then lived, this will change the way we do business forever.

  • SD November 9, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon talks about evolution like no one else I know of. And when he talks I get the sense that we are in the presence of something great. But – astonishingly – this greatness does not make me feel less, it actually calls me to be equal, which just further confirms how great this presence is.

    • Natallija November 11, 2016   Reply →

      Yes SD there is an equalness in which he holds everyone when he presents. Could this be from a knowing we all carry that Serge Benhayon is simply reminding us of in these episodes?

  • Stephen Gammack November 8, 2016   Reply →

    I think the question of where we evolved from is crucial to our understanding of how and why we got here, and our long term aim as a race of beings. And I love that our ascension from ape species is exposed by Serge Benhayon, the evidence points this out as being false. When I first heard the alternative it did seem to make much more sense, and the gift in listening to Serge is that the more time you give to his teachings, the more of such illuminations are provided.

  • Caroline Francis November 7, 2016   Reply →

    Thank you Serge Benhayon for reminding me of the fact that there is an enormous amount of irresponsibility that we choose to live by and that the way forward is not to argue our differences. I have a responsibility to develop a relationship with my body so that the character, the spirit has less of a hold on me so that I can observe and not react to people and situations that I know are not coming from the truth of who they are. To have understanding is key.

  • Kim Weston November 7, 2016   Reply →

    TV that every soul has been waiting for. Where else can you evolve while watching TV?? deep appreciation for what is on offer.

  • SD November 7, 2016   Reply →

    I love the simplicity of these interviews.

  • Jane Torvaney November 6, 2016   Reply →

    Not only do I enjoy all that Serge Benhayon presents here, I also appreciate so much the loving interaction between interviewer and interviewee. To have this level of holding of love and respect between two people is very beautiful.

  • Jeannette Goldberg November 6, 2016   Reply →

    If we all took the Soulful approach you describe (Sere Benhayon) to our jobs and businesses the world would be a very different and most amazingly supportive and evolutionary place – for one of the underlying causes of the majority of our global struggles and challenges is our spiritual ailment of greed.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 6, 2016   Reply →

    “What does love in business look like?” The two concepts of love and business are rarely linked, let alone reflected on or discussed in such care and with a view of deepening understanding and evolution.

  • HM November 5, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon very clearly delivers the importance of having a true relationship with the body, and how self abuse is just a lack of sensitivity towards the body. I’ve certainly been one to rush to the pantry and not want to feel what is going on, and it has only been by willingly deepening the connection with my body that I can start to see how numbing does not fix anything.

  • Stephen Gammack November 3, 2016   Reply →

    I always feel a bit surprised when a big thing is made of philanthropy, because from my point of view if you are successful and you do well you should naturally want to share with others. And I don’t mean that you have to give away what you earned or be charitable, but that you would want to invest in projects that are about more than just what “I and me” can get out of it. Surely we are at most ease in our own bodies when we are considering the bigger picture. How often do we see a lottery winner get completely lost in the wealth and become dissatisfied with life, true harmony with ourselves, and by that I mean an ease and contentment within us can only come when we make life about the bigger picture. Business has to be about people first otherwise it is just another guy muddying the already dirty water, and you would definitely say the world is already polluted enough.

  • Aimee Edmonds November 3, 2016   Reply →

    A business model that I’m sure we all would love to work in and with. Many businesses are all about profit and productivity but little or no attention to the quality of the productivity or the people behind it. I’ve seen a lot of colleagues over my work life, including myself, been sucked up by the hype and drive of business no different to being in a washing machine… and then left exhausted, frazzled and tossed around by the end of it. What is so humbling is how Serge speaks of free will and the understanding he brings to humanity and the choices we continue to make, and that there is no judgement. Very inspiring, as I get caught up sometimes in good and bad of life.

  • Donna Gianniotis November 2, 2016   Reply →

    Watching this 40 minute episode of SergeBenhayonTV will change your relationship with business, money, God, your evolution and the universe. I love how the episode started with business but soon went onto explore that everything is business and as Serge always does, offers the space to feel and explore our temporal lives.

  • Natallija November 1, 2016   Reply →

    I have watched this episode several types as I have been inspired by the simplicity that Serge Benhayon shares about the responsibility that starts not by the big corporations but each and everyone of us in our own areas of service in the wider community.

  • Abby November 1, 2016   Reply →

    We can really damage ourselves and others with spiritualism, thank god this is being spoken about.

  • Jonathan Stewart November 1, 2016   Reply →

    Serge masterfully explains so clearly that there is another way to do business from that which is generally practiced (and has been for generations), that is loving, caring, supportive not only for oneself but the whole of humanity, and is practical.

  • Stephanie Stevenson November 1, 2016   Reply →

    An Ancient Way as a ‘new paradigm’ for business based on evolution and making it all about people first. With Love and equal-ness as the foundation at work, the sickness rates will drop and employees will be keen to get to work, even on a Monday morning!

  • Gabriele Conrad October 31, 2016   Reply →

    There are so many topics here in just one episode, from business to evolution and then some. Not to mention that the image of the poor and barefoot healer gets well and truly dismantled.

  • Felix Kremer October 31, 2016   Reply →

    It leaves me in awe to observe how both of the presenters in this video don’t impose their views onto the audience. They simply present themselves. How rarely is such love seen on TV, with interviewer and interviewee relating to each other in equality.

  • Abby October 30, 2016   Reply →

    This has redefined success in business to a much richer meaning.

  • Jennifer Smith October 30, 2016   Reply →

    I loved the discussion on professionals working together without competition for the benefit and growth of the profession they work in. This makes a huge difference in business itself but also to the well-being of all who work in each business. It’s worthwhile considering if this is the way forward for all businesses and workplaces in getting ahead? I can’t help but think it is.

  • Vicky Geary October 30, 2016   Reply →

    These episodes have been totally inspiring. So much so that the last 2 major purchases I have made have been made with so much more awareness. What resulted was a connection and relationship with those involved that had true care and equality and therefore the whole experience felt incredible.

  • Simon Williams October 29, 2016   Reply →

    What does ‘love in business’ look like? Well now we have a model with Universal Medicine that is sharing its fundamental principles, something that people can rely on, be inspired by, and start to transform all of our businesses

  • SD October 29, 2016   Reply →

    “No human being has been able to explain why intelligent people harm themselves.” SB.
    Serge Benhayon asks the simplest of questions but it really exposes a huge part of our existence, and for me, this brings home questions about what intelligence is and how perhaps one’s understanding of it can be manipulated to suit a personal agenda. Because I do not see it as a question of whether a person is intelligent or not, but in fact what that person defines as intelligence itself. And, if there is room for reinterpretation of this word, where everyone can have their own meaning of it, then where is the truth, and does this lead us straight in to the hands of justified harm to ourselves? I get the sense that it is worth exploring what true intelligence is.

  • Leigh Matson October 28, 2016   Reply →

    Watching this I could relate it to any project work or any activity I may do during the day, how it can either support me to support others or harm me and bring harm to all others either directly or indirectly through my inability to be a support for myself let alone anyone else. If I invest in, expect and want my job to be a certain way for example and it doesn’t go according to that investment I can become stressed and the quality of my work is affected, it affects me, the other staff members and my customers. The work is done but at the expense of the quality. Through Serge Benhayon I have learnt that when quality not quantity and people before profit and outcomes is the main focus the service provided is far grander than anything physically produced.

  • Abby October 28, 2016   Reply →

    Business, God, Evolution and Spiritualism all discussed with such depth in this episode.

    • Victoria March 10, 2017   Reply →

      Yes, and when we separate one from the other we get ourselves into trouble. A life of love unites them equally.

  • Julie Chung October 28, 2016   Reply →

    Yes, exposing the wily spirit and its harmful ways, is a much needed step if humanity is to move out of the fog and into living a truer more loving and alive life, but all in its own time as those of us who have chosen a different path know oh so well. So great to have truth presented for us so that we will eventually feel and know when we are ‘off track’ for ourselves. Thanks Serge!

  • Joel Levin October 27, 2016   Reply →

    Segre has re-written what is means to heal now it’s time to relook at how to be in business. There is no aspect of life that the soul cannot change for the better

  • rosanna bianchini October 27, 2016   Reply →

    A truly rich package on the business of life, delivered with such unfathomable understanding.

  • Sandra Newland October 27, 2016   Reply →

    I love the depth of Serge’s understanding that people have free will and are therefore free to choose something like cigarette smoking even if it is harmful. There is a sense of eternal patience in the knowing that we are all evolving at our own pace and that our habits will eventually drop away once we start to listen to our bodies enough to register the harm we are doing to ourselves as being greater than the need to suppress our hurts. He speaks about the wily spirit here which is the part of us that avoids taking responsibility and which will do anything to sustain its sense of identity. This is the missing link that explains why we can be so unintelligent when we claim to be an intelligent species.

  • Sandra Newland October 27, 2016   Reply →

    Great to have some meaningful TV shows. Business and Evolution gives a new way of doing business which, as Serge says, is not really new – it is ancient though it seems new because it is different from the norm. There is no cut-throat competition, true business is based on principals of love, equality and evolution and it grows a product that supports humanity to evolve.

  • Tricia Nicholson October 26, 2016   Reply →

    An amazing interview to watch and feel at ease with everything the presenter and interviewer share so lovingly together with an ease and equality. This episode brings the truth of business as a divine blessing for us all with love and humanity as the way forward and purpose instead of greed and individualism.

  • Jeannette Goldberg October 26, 2016   Reply →

    Imagine if work was not just something that you slog it out at each day, that you don’t count the minutes for the day to end so you can ‘get out of there’. Imagine if your work was viewed as a meaningful offering to other people that you enjoyed delivering each day and needed no relief from. Now that would be a the foundation of a great life.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 24, 2016   Reply →

    I know we need to seriously look at the foundation of many of our businesses and organisations, because I am often staggered with how low we have allowed things to get in terms of greed, lack of care, dishonesty and one-upmanship. Buying, manipulating and falsifying scientific research is one example, patents that dominate and control the accessibility of vital resources is another, strategising to put others out of business and deliberately misleading PR campaigns are yet more examples. But Serge Benhayon sets a new marker for the level of integrity, love and care provided by even the businesses that do care about doing the right thing and benefiting the public. Do we truly put people ahead of personal targets, and are we providing a service that supports humanity in its evolution? A thought provoking and deeply inspiring interview.

  • Abby October 24, 2016   Reply →

    ‘What is the correlation between money and our kidney energy or ‘life force’ and what would happen if we did business in the understanding that our return on investment will always first and foremost be energetic?’.

    We rob ourselves of all the riches life has to offer when we only place value on money.

  • HM October 24, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon has been an ongoing support to our business, and I can say first hand that with his support we have been able to make it about people first, not profit. And if we have the people right, then everything else takes care of itself. And yet so many businesses forget this. But we have the opportunity to redefine business here – and this episode should be seen by every CEO or senior in the corporate world. A revolution in how we see business.

  • Carmel Reid October 23, 2016   Reply →

    At the moment we have many large and profitable businesses that create products that are harmful to humans; Serge Benhayon shows how businesses can serve humanity, helping society to grow and evolve, returning to the collectiveness that we originally come from.

  • Stephanie Stevenson October 22, 2016   Reply →

    This TV interview offers a profound change in perspective of how business can be run without greed, and not at others expense.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 22, 2016   Reply →

    As I listen to Serge about Whole body mindedness I can’t but help sit up and engage in what he is talking about, it is like all my cells in my body are being called to listen and they absolutely love it.

  • Jenny McGee October 22, 2016   Reply →

    To view our work, business and the services that we provide from the perspective of does it help people grow? is a huge wake up call. It means that we each individually and then as a collective can take responsibility for the way that we live and impact each other.

  • SD October 21, 2016   Reply →

    I love the idea that God is in business. For so long God has been pictured as the big man in the sky who looks upon us with judgement. Now, I can feel God can be seen in everything that I do, and is an integral part of all that I do, and in this I am supported to find the truth.

  • Jennifer Smith October 20, 2016   Reply →

    There are many things that Universal Medicine does and presents that will be very much worthy of future study. Models of business, evolutionary relationships, and depths of self-love to name a few that are the ways of the future for all. I have no doubt that the foot print we leave now will be very much taken notice of in the years to come.

  • Sandra Williamson October 20, 2016   Reply →

    A great insight into how we as a race can reduce what ever it is we want to fit into a picture that keeps us from our innate intelligence and serving humanity as a whole in truth, so we can all evolve and know ourselves and each other as equals.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 20, 2016   Reply →

    If we got taught this scientific approach to our life, money and business then life would be very very different. The responsibility that we have for ourselves and respect would be over and beyond what we have for ourselves today.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 19, 2016   Reply →

    Love instead of greed, generosity instead of self-focus, care of people instead of just targeting profit, evolution instead of competition. I love hearing Serge Benhayon speak. Many would say it is not possible to run a business in this manner, at least not within the current climate. It is a breath of fresh air hearing someone express so clearly that it IS possible to run a very successful business exactly like this, and what is more to be able to show concrete proof of that through the business that they have been running for well over a decade.

  • Abby October 18, 2016   Reply →

    Bringing love into business is the complete opposite to doing business from greed or a place of self aggrandisement.

  • Christoph Schnelle October 18, 2016   Reply →

    Firstly we need to look after our body. Then we need to look after our skills and looking after our body is one of them. Being able to increase our earnings is a skill – there are lots of formal and informal skills we can learn and they have a decisive influence on how much money we make and keep. Thirdly, we need to know how to look after money.

  • Ingrid Ward October 18, 2016   Reply →

    Another brilliant interview of Serge Benhayon by Rebecca Baldwin: I just love how the topics evolved and expanded into other topics, where I had so many questions answered without having to ask them, so thank you Rebecca for asking them on my behalf. I particularly appreciate the exposing of industries that have nothing but profit on their agendas, apparently setting out to dupe the unsuspecting public into buying products that in fact are harming them. This sort of deceit needs to be continued to be called out, and I know that Serge Benhayon and others will not be holding back from doing so.

  • Kathleen Baldwin October 18, 2016   Reply →

    This is pure gold that I would recommend everybody to watch for even if you are not involved in running a business you are in the business of life and if we all ran our business of living in the way that Serge Benhayon is presenting we would all be evolving ourselves and each other very rapidly simply by tuning in and listening to the intelligence of the human body, our very own body’s messages and adhering to them; and making life about people first. How could we possible smoke cigarettes, drink poisonous substances, fight with our neighbors or go to war against other human beings if we are listening to our body’s intelligence and making it about people first?

  • H M October 18, 2016   Reply →

    It is very true to say that money is not the root of all evil but rather how we spend it – money can be used to harm or to heal – and we have a responsibility in true business to be aware of this. And the difference that we feel when we use money to heal is enormous.

  • Abby October 17, 2016   Reply →

    The only way to truly enjoy business is to make it about people.. This makes so much sense as what most of us love most about our work is the people we work with.

    • Natallija October 29, 2016   Reply →

      It is when we make our business about people that we take the word “work” out of the equation and it becomes part of our everyday. No longer a chore, a profession or an income on its own. The living business model that is Serge Benhayon!

  • Samantha Davidson October 17, 2016   Reply →

    I reviewed how I spent my money in the past, I used to buy food and drink that did not support and it would be a huge part of my budget each month, but energetically where was my money going…I wasn’t building anything, I was allowing anything to be nurtured, grown, I was in a way throwing the money away. I now am more wise with my money, I spend it with care, I consider, is this self nurturing, caring, building something of purpose…? This choice supports all areas of life.

    • Christoph Schnelle October 18, 2016   Reply →

      And the cumulative effect of that change over time will be astounding. Well done.

  • Rowena Stewart October 17, 2016   Reply →

    There is a very unusual quality here that can be felt here in both the interviewer and the interviewee. Both people are very steady, open and un-imposing, with no agenda or axe to grind. Consequently what is presented is done so in an energy that feels open hearted and engaging with zero need to incite our emotions or rouse our fears. Instead what we are presented with is the power of honest information that clearly links the quality of a choice with the quality of an outcome and hence delivers a deeper awareness of the impact of our daily choices. When we are fully and completely informed, we have the power to make true choices, choices that nurture our evolution personally, collectively and universally. Subsequently what I realise for myself is that I have for too long accepted the rot we all in live without question rather than questioning why the rot is here in the first place, what mis-information have I/we accepted for far too long that is steadily draining the life force out of us?

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 1, 2017   Reply →

      Great question to consider “what mis-information have I/we accepted for far too long that is steadily draining the life force out of us?”. Although this episode and the others on this series present a lot of information for us to reflect on, they are “open hearted and engaging with zero need to incite our emotions or rouse our fears”. There is no claim to be better or wiser, no pressure to agree, no imposing and no agendas. If anything I find each episode invites me to realise there is more to life than I have settled for and that I have the power, wisdom and the love within me to make a difference.

  • Felix Kremer October 17, 2016   Reply →

    The things we buy are doorways to two different paths. One leads me to be more of me, the other to be less of me. To have true teachings around that assist us in learning to discern the two – is a gift from heaven.

  • Jeannette Goldberg October 17, 2016   Reply →

    Evolution is the new black and it can be worn to any occasion – work or play, morning, noon or night.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 17, 2016   Reply →

    “What would happen if we did business in the understanding that our return on investment will always first and foremost be energetic?” What a great question. I look forward to that day. The lack of integrity in business dealings, the manipulation of the public through withholding of information and lying about the benefit of the products, the competition between businesses instead of cooperation between them, the focus on financial profit at the expense of people will all be history.

  • Kylie Jackson October 16, 2016   Reply →

    The business of growing, expanding and developing people is what business is all about.

  • andrewmooney26 October 16, 2016   Reply →

    It is so refreshing to watch an interview where there is not the usual theatrics and antics that go on in TV interviews of point scoring, tension between the people, vying for superiority, pretend friendliness, abusive banter, emotional outbursts or intellectual rants etc. Both people in this interview clearly have a connection and equality with each other and to the purpose of the interview so that it flows naturally between the two like a great conversation that naturally produces great wisdom and greater understanding through that connection of the subject at hand. A great blueprint for how interviews should be in my opinion.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 16, 2016   Reply →

    Got to Love how Serge brings it back to the truth of what is going on and calling a spade a spade or should I say exhaustion is exhaustion no matter how much we want to side track it with coffee. It can be hard to get honest about our choices but once we do we open the door for making changes.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 16, 2016   Reply →

    When the principles of business presented here are generally practiced and taught throughout the world then there will be true brotherhood.

  • Tricia Nicholson October 16, 2016   Reply →

    Evolution and Business goes hand in hand with the product that is evolutionary and grows our economy without greed – not just supply and demand but also quality. Humanity will get to this as more and more is exposed so ultimately our economy can grow and contribute to our evolution. An amazing sharing between interviewer and inteviewee with a quality that is outstanding and very loving, with truth and our choices clearly exposed.

  • H M October 15, 2016   Reply →

    To look at business as divine, to see it is about relationships first and foremost, would have seemed impossible to me in the past. But if we look at the business model of Universal Medicine – this is breaking the very conventions. This episode is so relevant in communicating that we all have the ability to know, run and be involved in true business.

  • Jeanette October 15, 2016   Reply →

    I really appreciate the engagement between interviewer and interviewee, Rebecca and Serge. I was struck by the equalness between you both. More an evolving chat than an ‘interview’. Thank you for the amazing wisdom you both share.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 15, 2016   Reply →

    Does the product help people grow and evolve? And if not then there really is no point to the product. It is so simple and so clear. Imagine what the world will be like if we only invest our focus and resources to this level of quality.

    • Natallija December 10, 2016   Reply →

      There are many products in the current market that are far from there to help people grow. This business model is gold as it brings so much accountability to all and calls us to look at what is not working that we continue to support in the global market.

  • rosanna bianchini October 15, 2016   Reply →

    Business and Evolution are two words that would not automatically be associated with each other. But what Serge explains here is that our everyday business and commerce can be made to offer evolution AND make good business sense.

  • Heather Hardy October 15, 2016   Reply →

    At last we have some TV viewing that is worth watching! And there are so many interesting points raised that make so much sense. Really looking forward to more episodes!

  • Hm October 14, 2016   Reply →

    Could this sort of TV help us to truly understand the purpose of business and its potential? As always Serge Benhayon delivers the truth of business and gives us something to deeply consider. Is it really about money competition and power or is there something bigger at play.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 19, 2018   Reply →

      As in all Serge Benjhayon’s presentations, the reminder and the depth of honouring of the magnificence of our true nature in relationship to business is absolutely exquisite.

  • Felix Kremer October 14, 2016   Reply →

    The future – nothing to fear! The much needed corrections that lead to harmlessness in the business-world are already being delivered today to all who ask for it.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 14, 2016   Reply →

    There is so much in this episode. The understanding of our ‘spirit character’ and our evolution to being soulful shared here is hugely informative and illuminating. The reference to the ‘revolving fridge’ makes it so practical and understandable.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 14, 2016   Reply →

    This is revolutionary how business can work and the potential of it being for the greater, not just about self interest. How every cell in our body is related to the whole and that this cannot be compartmentalised in any way shape or form, including money.

  • Amita October 14, 2016   Reply →

    Wow this program is great, having been in business for 9 years there is so much to understand, especially how our life force is our kidney energy. How the true flow of money is and investing in our evolution will give a true return. This is a great episodes one I will be watching over and over again.

  • Leigh Matson October 13, 2016   Reply →

    When I spend money on Universal Medicine events, workshops or through Esoteric practitioners every single time I get so much more than the physical cost of the course or treatment. It keeps on rolling throughout my life or certain teachings pop back in when needed. Which has highlighted to me how much that when we purchase something it’s not just at the point of using the product or service that we are affected or benefit from but it actually keeps on circulating over and over again.
    And what I have found that any energy or money (which is energy) spent in lovelessness costs far more than I care to be aware of at the moment of agreement and takes it’s payment with interest just as continuously if I keep choosing to invest in such.

    • Jonathan Stewart October 14, 2016   Reply →

      This is a great point you make Leigh, of how you are aware of the different experiences between a product with the quality of love and one that is loveless that you have purchased.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 13, 2016   Reply →

    Business is about people first – what a motto to live by. Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine live and practice this to the nth degree in everything they do and what is achieved is truly wonderous.

  • Rowena Stewart October 13, 2016   Reply →

    What will our world look like if every business, service and product was produced with the sole intention of evolving us, evolving our awareness and connection to our true wisdom? We seem to focus all our intentions on evolving our material realm, ‘iphones’, watches, ‘Sat Nav’ and so on, yet we pay little attention to the fact that the quality of our personal, social, national and international relationships have barely moved on, as evidenced by the level of racism and number of wars currently playing out around the world. I love the way Serge Benhayon re-focuses the lens so to speak on what our true responsibility is in life and in doing so restores a true dignity to us, a dignity available to all of us if we so choose to return to a far greater expression of our selves than we are currently accepting.

  • Felix Kremer October 13, 2016   Reply →

    True business as being reflected to us by Universal Medicine supports all equally, business owner, staff, clients… I am grateful to call myself living proof!

    • Natallija December 2, 2016   Reply →

      Thank you Felix Kremer for sharing that you are living proof and that there are examples of business models that do not put profits over people. Inspiring TV that is having a marked effect on people around the world. This is what I call quality TV watching!

    • Vicky Cooke December 8, 2016   Reply →

      Absolutely Felix, Universal Medicine have raised the bar and given the world a beautifull template of how business can truly be. Making it about people, love and equality. When we love, care, honour and treat ourselves with respect this then can be how we are with others. If we are stressed, rushed, driven, make it about money, sales and not quality then this will be what the other person receives. I have recently heard of a business that declared themselves bankrupt several times and are now starting out again, the energy they are in now is the same as what was before nothing has been changed, healed or looked at so the momentum of the past is carried into the future. With this there will be no ‘success’ only more of what has been before because they have not yet truly stopped to feel what they are creating (a mess), addressed and changed this. And how can your business be ‘successful’ when you have no money to pay the staff all the hours they are working! Shocking really.

  • Nico van Haastrecht October 13, 2016   Reply →

    It is easy to say that we come from the apes, although personally I do not like that idea, what do we in fact say with that. Is it to mask our responsibility for the way our world is today? Looking at our today’s societies makes clear to me that something is not OK, the life we as human beings live doesn’t match the joy and harmony I can feel lives inside me. Should our world not be a reflection of our true selves – of that joy and harmony? I can now see that I have a responsibility in that which can start by acknowledging that I am much more intelligent then I allow myself to be, and with that I feel to let go the idea that I come from the apes or from Adam and Eve.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 13, 2016   Reply →

    Free Will is something that I used to struggle with, because I couldn’t quite let go of judging and what I think someone should be doing. To be able to allow another to be where they are at is super important and no wonder Free Will is a Universal Law – something that cannot be avoided.

    I love these episodes so much.

  • Stephen Gammack October 13, 2016   Reply →

    It’s common sense yet revelatory to look at business as something that should first and foremost be about the service, not the profit, yet within that a successful business model run in this way can still make good money. If a service is offering something of benefit to customers and isn’t needing to leave another in a lesser position to do so then surely this is a business model we should laud and replicate. At present too much business is run on the basis of squeezing as much money out of people or work out of people for too little money, and this to me is not how business should be run.

  • Abby October 12, 2016   Reply →

    Everything Serge shares here about business is the anthesis of the greed and self aggrandisement this runs all through the global economy.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 12, 2016   Reply →

    Not attempting to ban something that is harmful but being honest of the harm it does and allowing the individual to make their own choice without judgment is true unconditional love.

  • Rowena Stewart October 12, 2016   Reply →

    There is so much to digest in just one interview and love how the temporal issues are always taken to a much deeper level of awareness, all the while being provided with simple tools for the way ahead. Stop arguing, start being honest, create a relationship with our bodies and make whole-body choices that arise from the universal intelligence that our bodies are connected to.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 12, 2016   Reply →

    What an understanding – God, the Master Business Man!!!!

  • Samantha Davidson October 12, 2016   Reply →

    I agree as Serge Benhayon says “It is not about arguing…” So often we try to be right, prove our point, and what evolves from this experience? Lets talk about what we are really observing, ‘being right’ will not bring harmony, understanding and an honest look at what is going on in humanity will support us. Living a responsible life and being accountable for ourselves first, rather than pointing the finger at another, will support us to truly build relationships and bring the harmony that we all feel and seek. Arguing is one big distraction.

    • Amita October 14, 2016   Reply →

      Absolutely Samantha, arguing is one big distraction. It really is not about being right or wrong. It really is about what is truly going on in humanity and how can we take responsibility to support change moving forward.

    • Natallija December 5, 2016   Reply →

      Serge Benhayon has brought clarity to the ways we often deal with this topic. Being ‘right’ brings no harmony and this episode shows that there can be another way where we have choices to make changes rather than ignore and carry on with living a way we know deep down supports no one in the long run.

  • Jennifer Smith October 12, 2016   Reply →

    I remember reading avidly books related to the soul. I was naturally drawn to them, but I didn’t necessarily know why. Even after reading these books I had no greater understanding on what the soul was or even that there was a difference between spirit and soul. Serge Benhayon is the only person who has presented this so clearly and consistently. Believe me when I say that him presenting this so consistently has been much needed, certainly from my own perspective as it has taken some time to really clock the wayward ways of my spirit.

  • Stephen Gammack October 12, 2016   Reply →

    What is foremost for me in viewing this is how Serge talks of our relationship with any lifestyle choice, there is no right or wrong but lets get honest about what certain things do to us. No more do we need science that sponsors certain outcomes. The more we build that relationship with truth, the more we build the relationship of having more love in our actions, and the less we will want to harm ourselves and another.

  • Fiona Cochran October 12, 2016   Reply →

    An incredible level of trust is built between people when you work in collaboration rather than competition and work becomes a joy rather than something tiresome that we need to grin and bear because we have bills to pay.

  • Danna Elmalah October 12, 2016   Reply →

    Very beautiful episode by Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith. Humanity is being exposed and shown that we have chosen at some level to not see the actual truth. This could only exist due to the responsibility we have not taken – hence the lies that are now present in the world today. This episode shows that a world of opportunities and change is awaiting, and that we must all play our part, no matter the previous choices and consequences. Humanity should no longer hold ourselves ransom to deceit – but commit ourselves to more truth and honesty, personally and on a globe scale. Let’s get out of our comforts and expose things as this television episode has and make the world rich in reality and truth again thus bringing more harmony to mankind – which we all deserve. To accomplish this we need to see first what we have been doing. Responsibility is key , which was highlighted in this episode. We must all play our part.

    • Danna Elmalah February 9, 2017   Reply →

      Well said Amina – that is exactly it. The turmoil of ideals and beliefs keep up locked and far away from our oh so natural responsibility.

  • Kev Mc October 12, 2016   Reply →

    It is just so amazing to be able to watch something that is so worthwhile instead of all the other mindless stuff on TV. I got home from work today and watched this episode which answered some questions I was asking myself today about why I work so hard without being able to accumulate any money. Bring on the next episode but in the mean time I feel I shall be re-watching the first ones again.

  • Joel Levin October 11, 2016   Reply →

    Turning business on its head and bringing service and quality to the heart of all of what we do.

  • Sandra Schneider October 11, 2016   Reply →

    That turns the world around: dieting comes from the body which is telling us what its needs are when we listen to it, work with it and have love with our bodies and not choose a diet because we ‘should do’. And I always did know this, that is because I did not really go for diets when I was overweight, but what I was missing were the tools of how to connect to my body freely and understand it. Esoteric Yoga made a big difference here for me and of course all the healing courses I did to clear my body. From here, a deep connection and listening from the love I live in my body, the healing and loving choices come easily. I am in a flow then.

  • rosanna bianchini October 11, 2016   Reply →

    “what would happen if we did business in the understanding that our return on investment will always first and foremost be energetic?” it’s clear from watching this episode that we would consider far more deeply the purpose and the ripple effect of each business choice we make. It immediately brings a quality and integrity to how we run the business.

  • Rowena Stewart October 11, 2016   Reply →

    This is such awesome information, I love watching it. Serge Benhayon brings a refreshingly new awareness to life and in doing so, it asks me to re-evaluate everything I though life to be, even the purpose and value of Business. After all God is big business, he runs the Universe! Shouldn’t we be taking a few leaves out of his book?

    • David March 15, 2018   Reply →

      Rowena I also love this what and why are we actually doing business, time to turn that on its head. It’s as if we get to understand true business now.

  • kehinde James October 11, 2016   Reply →

    I recently wrote about withdrawing and mostly stopping viewing TV because of its harmful effects on my body and because of content that no longer informed truthfully. Again it isn’t TV that is at fault but how TV has been used, to mis-inform, grossly mis-interpret what is going on in the world, advertise products harmful to health, and glorifies sex, violence and irresponsible living. Serge Benhayon is using the media of TV responsibly and this is one TV channel I will definitely be tuning into.

  • Mary Adler October 11, 2016   Reply →

    As money represents life-force so it is the business of all of us to wisely spend our money and life force for the healing and evolution of ourselves and others.

    • Vicky Cooke November 7, 2016   Reply →

      Hi Mary, what Serge Benhayon shares about money representing life force not many people know about, in fact some people might even say ‘what is life force?’ That is why I love love love this tv because it discusses topics that many do not even know about and sheds truth on .. well the truth of what is happening in our everyday lives, in the world, in everything. Serge brings about a stop, a moment for us all to reflect and discuss and more importantly question and see things in a different way. We all would like to improve our relationship with money but here is the beautifull thing it starts with us first, our relationship with ourselves and how we live is ….. it ✨

  • Nico van Haastrecht October 11, 2016   Reply →

    The character that is running the show proves to be not to be that intelligent as it is avoiding to expose that it is failing to live a life that is true to our being but instead is only after its own pleasures and in that is harming our bodies in many ways, not that intelligent at all.

  • Henrietta Chang October 11, 2016   Reply →

    Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon are certainly at the forefront and leading the way of how a business ‘should’ be run. Their focus is on people first, and establishing a harmonious team that is there to serve. Most businesses make it about money first and clients second and staff third. We can learn much from Serge Benhayon and how he values every single person who walks in the door!

    • Natallija October 27, 2016   Reply →

      I have witnessed what you have shared here Henrietta Chang each day. Many businesses are putting profits over people. Just the other day I went to a store that was closing down and noticed one of the staff leaving at the end of the shift with a shopping trolley full of goods. I shared how they must have bought up big with all the bargains. The staff member replied … They company decided not to pay their staff with money choosing goods only so they could get rid of their stock. Watching this episode is a timely reminder of how business can be truly run so that everyone is held with equal respect and the services that is provided is of the highest quality with the enormous levels of integrity.

  • Anne Hart October 11, 2016   Reply →

    It is profoundly beautiful when we consider that every service or commodity exchange is an energetic exchange, and therefore an opportunity for true and loving communication. When looked at this way every thing we invest in, be it our weekly shop or high finance, is either circulating benefit or harm to our global community. Every transaction counts.

  • Vicky Geary October 11, 2016   Reply →

    This is an episode I will be watching again and again as it is not only about business but about how business is life. I studied a Bachelor of Business at University and if this was what I was learning I would have been sitting on the edge of my seat every lecture to hear these truths about life.

    • Melinda Knights October 13, 2016   Reply →

      Absolutely Vicky, how inspiring to hear about business that not only does no harm, but brings love and evolution to customers and clients, who in turn take that love and evolution to others. It’s a business model that has true brotherhood at its heart.

  • Sandra Schneider October 11, 2016   Reply →

    I made this experience – gave up smoking after establishing more deeply my relationships, gave up alcohol after deepening my relationship to me, and I gave up eating this or that (like sugar or dairy) with every expanding step I made. I would say this made me also more successful in life. And I have to say: I never ever ‘gave up’ something with a sorrow or a missing – I did let go of it because I did establish something else, by making loving, responsible choices, and so did not need the other harmful way of treating myself anymore.

  • Natallija October 10, 2016   Reply →

    It is a breath of fresh air to view TV where the presenter talks about a business model,which puts people before profits. A far cry from what is now considered the norm where profits margins and shareholders are they key focus on business success. A great piece of TV journalism that brings everything back to basic.

  • Harrison White October 10, 2016   Reply →

    Love Serge Benhayon’s philosophy on the world, am totally inspired by how we sees what is truly going on and presents things in an open way. For instance ” we should let people smoke if they want to smoke but lets not lie about what it is doing” This opens things up to a whole new level of understanding, things are not ‘bad and good’ or ‘wrong and right’ there is an explanation for everything.

    • Stephen Gammack March 28, 2017   Reply →

      I like this Harrison, it isn’t about condemning anyone for their choices, but lets be honest about why we make choices that do harm our health, we could say it doesn’t make sense, and unless we look at the underlying cause it will never be something we truly understand. For me it isn’t enough to just say we like something, it tastes good, it relaxes us, we must go deeper and more honest with how we feel.

    • HM April 27, 2017   Reply →

      Yes, It is about knowing that every action has a reaction. That it is about communicating consequences to people so that we fully appreciate that when we do
      Something it is not just 1 movement or action but the beginning of a series of events.

  • Nico van Haastrecht October 9, 2016   Reply →

    This is a big learning for running businesses, and for sure challenging because we have lost the connection with our evolutionary way of living long time ago. But if we return to making our lives about evolution, something we cannot escape, our businesses will naturally evolve to serve humanity instead of the harm we currently allow businesses to bring to our societies.

    • MA October 11, 2016   Reply →

      Nico thats a great point in that it is the responsibility and way we live as business owners that then naturally ripples out into the way businesses support humanity instead of fostering further the behaviours that are damaging to ourselves, our families and our evolution. From one episode Serge has turned on its head the way to approach business that also gets rid of the shark like competition.

  • Karina Kaiser October 9, 2016   Reply →

    I love this interview and it is an awesome way to look at money and business; what a great reminder again that money has to do with kidney energy first. And it is equally so important to get a clear understanding that money is not the root of all evil, but the way we use it as well as abuse it is what makes it so.

  • Vicky Cooke October 8, 2016   Reply →

    Oh my goodness where else in the world do you hear of people talking of humanity truly moving forward? Erm, currently pretty much nowhere! An awesome exposure of how we are living has not been loving. For true change to happen does it only take for us to love ourselves and our bodies more? Developing a relationship with our body. So much shared here business, evolution, humanity, science ………

    • Natallija October 25, 2016   Reply →

      Yes Vicky Cooke its the first TV episode that I have ever viewed that is not selling a product or pushing for a way to think or be. Serge Benhayon offers the world an opportunity to step back and view what is truly going on and at this stage the view of our current state is a far cry from its true potential to when we start putting love and care in our everyday living.

    • MA October 30, 2016   Reply →

      Love this Vicky and totally agree, the way that business life and people are discussed in order to look at and understand the real purpose of business is quite amazing. It’s not only deeply educational but also very simple.

  • MA October 8, 2016   Reply →

    What a great way of looking at business, “we are here to grow industries first” this takes away so much of the competition and fight that goes on. It brings a deeper sense of purpose to the business and also means that their is less hostility between one company and the next. In many ways it opens up the path for true collaboration for the benefit of all.

    • Natallija November 14, 2016   Reply →

      Yes “grow industries” not “individuals”. There is a definite difference in the two.

  • Judy October 8, 2016   Reply →

    Having watched the first two episodes what stands out is the fact that no one area of life is lived in a compartment, that is all our life flows in and out of itself so I can say one thing, the truth of what I am living is what people experience – and that is my responsibility – how I choose to live.

    • Natallija November 29, 2016   Reply →

      I’ve noticed this too Judy. We can often block parts of our lives that are working well and others where we feel things are stuck not taking into consideration that the two are the one in the same! This TV viewing leaves so much to ponder on that is powerful beyond belief!

  • Victoria October 7, 2016   Reply →

    Business and Evolution are not words that are often used in the one sentence, it was very inspiring to listen to this episode. It asks us to consider what our true purpose is here, and what we are supporting by our actions; are we ‘selling’ ourselves short or supporting each other to evolve. Some great questions to sit with.

    • HM December 24, 2017   Reply →

      So true. Or we misuse these words for what they truly offer. We forget business is about people first and relationships, and that we have a responsibility to constantly inspire others to continue to evolve in their relationships.

  • MA October 7, 2016   Reply →

    I loved this episode, because as someone in business there are very few places to turn to get really solid advice that makes sense. I tried a few of the thousands of “business books” but they lacked the fundamental element of the true purpose a business can offer. I am looking forward to the next installment about business and evolution.

  • Sue October 7, 2016   Reply →

    Business is about people first rather than products. Universal Medicine leads the way in showing how a business that has this at its core inspires and naturally expands. Quality is more important than quantity. This has been known for some time, but what about the quality of the people and their lives as they go about making the actual product or work in service? As Serge Benhayon has presented so often ‘energy is everything and everything is because of energy.’

    • Ingrid Ward January 28, 2019   Reply →

      The business that is Universal Medicine definitely leads the way when it comes to placing people first and to experience the care, integrity and respect they consistently offer, which is at the heart of their foundation, is profound. Just imagine how the shape of business and commerce would change if others were inspired to do so. It may take a while to change the models that we have in place today, but we can never underestimate the power of the ripple affect once one business says yes.

  • Fumiyo Egashira October 7, 2016   Reply →

    It’s fascinating to hear what it would look like if business was based on evolution, rather than competition, greed, scheming to take advantage of others. And as a consumer, there’s a level of self-responsibility we need to undertake to discern what we are spending our money on, and to consider that as an investment of energy, that which we are saying ‘Yes’ to therefore saying we want more of.

    • Natallija October 17, 2016   Reply →

      Great point raised Fumiyo Egashira in regards to what has been presented in this episode, it has also made me ponder on how I spent my money and what items I buy that are being sold with the true intent to support the consumer and what is based on margin profits for the stakeholders.

    • Natallija November 24, 2016   Reply →

      Great point raised here Fumiyo Egashira. When we give permission to consume products that show little to no integrity of the people and put profits in the forefront what are we saying yes to?

    • Rebecca Briant December 21, 2016   Reply →

      I agree, there is much power to be found in the consumers choice of product – it can either allow greed, corruption and a lack of integrity to continue or, by its discernment it can call for higher standards and greater integrity and respect

    • Natallija December 26, 2016   Reply →

      Discerning not doubt Fumiyo Egashira as there is so much that is offered to us in the market place that fuels corporate gains and leaves the customer depleted in more ways than one.

  • Sarah Karam October 7, 2016   Reply →

    I was so inspired by Universal Medicines model as a business that I am now co-owner of 4 businesses. What has always struck me about Serge Benhayon is the way he conducts’ himself, making every decision about people and evolution first, from this position other business tools such has staff costs and over heads can be worked on but they are never at the fore front calling the shots.
    This simple yet unorthodox approach is combined with bringing consistency in all areas of his life, making Serge Benhayon an extremely unique and successful business man in my eyes. I have sought much advice on a business level and council on a personal level from Serge Benhayon over the years I have known him and funnily enough the advice did not differ at all. I’ll explain, there is no business hat Serge wears or a family man hat, he is all things all the time and has supported me to approach life in this way, all encompassing. I remember him once saying to me that it doesn’t matter how much money you bring in if your home life or body is falling to pieces, he expanded by adding that would not be a measure of true success.

  • Fiona Cochran October 7, 2016   Reply →

    I haven’t watched TV in years as so much of what I saw was lies, repetitive, and left me feeling exhausted. A couple of nights ago I watched an episode of Serge Benhayon television and felt inspired to build a business that is about people and not only that but I slept really well after it too.

    • Natallija April 18, 2017   Reply →

      This is a truly inspiring episode to change any part of your work environment whether you are starting a business or working for another in their business.

  • Jennifer Smith October 6, 2016   Reply →

    It makes so much sense that we will eventually only have businesses that grow and support people to evolve. Business that is all about simply making money or even out of self-interest will eventually no longer be the norm. There are the obvious businesses that we look at now, but we may be surprised too at some of the businesses that we think are for the community but in fact are not. There has been an example of this where I live in that the government has banned dog racing because of the depth of cruelty that has existed for a very long time, with for the dogs and for other animals as well. This has not been an easy thing to address but an important one, so that we see that we have a responsibility to all life on this planet that we live, through the way in which we choose to live.

  • Christoph Schnelle October 6, 2016   Reply →

    It is quite a simple statement: There will be a time in the future when business will not be able to sell food that harms people. With the current obesity epidemic we seem to be quite far from this time. Will there be a transition time where such food will be available but labels will show its impact, similar to what is happening to tobacco products?

  • Andrew Mooney October 6, 2016   Reply →

    This interview presents a whole new way of doing business and trade in the modern world that is based on an ancient wisdom and understanding. I loved the quote that money is not the root of all evil but it is how we use and abuse it that is. And it was refreshing and optimistic to hear that one day business will not be based on greed or self gain or competition or exploitation but based on a model that takes care of the people involved in the business but also takes care of everyone in society equally and supports us all to grow and develop as a human race.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 20, 2016   Reply →

      Yes I also love hearing that one day businesses will be founded on taking care of people and supporting the whole of society to grow and evolve. What is also amazing is to know that this is not just a theory, but that Serge Benhayon has already shown for the past 17 years how possible, simple and natural it can be to run a very successful business on exactly such a foundation.

    • Natallija October 24, 2016   Reply →

      Yes Andrew Mooney I enjoyed viewing what you have shared here. A business model that supports everyone to grow equally is an incredible gift to humanity that has been shared by the teachings of Serge Benhayon, and shows a much needed change of that which is crippling our current way of business and trade.

    • Vicky Cooke October 29, 2016   Reply →

      Great in highlighting this Andrew ‘I loved the quote that money is not the root of all evil but it is how we use and abuse it that is.’ After reading this I could see we have used this quote to not take responsibility of how we live and what we choose. It is never about the object, in this case money, but in how we use it. It is very healing for me to read this. And Serge Benhayon TV … incredibly healing ✨

    • Ray Karam January 28, 2018   Reply →

      Yes and the quote or correction about how money is was a great one and certainly made me consider a lot. If refreshing to see people doing business truly and supporting each other in place of taking things away or trying to be better then each other. It brings things back to understand the larger picture or purpose to things. Are we here to get by or get things done or is there more to it?

  • Sue October 6, 2016   Reply →

    ‘Why do we spend so much money on harming ourselves?’ Some great questions answered. This interview covers so much more than just business. Returning to our true nature as we evolve as humans on earth…….bring it on. Thankyou Serge and Rebecca.

    • HM April 2, 2017   Reply →

      Indeed Sue – and not just money – we spend so much time and energy on things that don’t support us – a big game we play that is set to stop supporting ourselves and who we are. These sort of episodes deliver so much to the viewer and ask us to consider if there is another more loving way to be.

      • Natallija August 8, 2017   Reply →

        The investment in the outer, in order to fuel the emptiness on the inside is a big wake- up call that I have experienced for many years. This episode delivers so much in bring reality to the hidden agenda of many carried ideals and beliefs.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 28, 2017   Reply →

      That question was a stop moment for me too with an invitation to consider my priorities in life where I have spent so much on items that were at best not supporting me and at worst actually self harming in one way or another. Even more ironic when considering that money is kidney energy, so I would have been actually using my own life force to harm myself – double whammy.

  • Rosie October 6, 2016   Reply →

    I feel that I could watch this over and over and still learn something new. I really enjoy watching something that leaves me feeling inspired rather than drained.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 16, 2017   Reply →

      I find this too with Serge Benhayon’s presentations. There is always an invitation to go deeper and every time I revisit an episode I find my understanding expands and at times I magically hear something I could swear he never said before!

  • Felix Kremer October 6, 2016   Reply →

    Throughout the ages business and being rich have constantly been tainted as something bad. As always the question is about quality: Of which quality is my business? Have I deepened or lessened the quality of other’s lives through my business?

    • Victoria March 10, 2017   Reply →

      Yes, bringing this awareness and responsibility to the way we do ‘business’ would truly transform our current model. If it is not serving all, it is not in truth a service we are providing.

    • David March 15, 2018   Reply →

      Felix an amazing point, make business about Quality and everything of right and wrong, good and bad goes out the window and in that we get true success.

  • Hm October 6, 2016   Reply →

    As Serge has always shared – business is about people and relationships first. This episode clearly shares the importance of that fact and bings a true way of looking at business. How deeply inspiring, as a businesswoman, to understand the importance of people first.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 5, 2016   Reply →

    How wisely do we use our money. And on what basis do we run our businesses and choose the products we offer people? These questions are rarely discussed in such a deeply caring and inspiring manner. What humanity truly needs. I loved this episode.

    • Natallija October 14, 2016   Reply →

      There is so much on offer with this great TV watching in how we can use the money we earn to bring more understanding of how it supports us and benefits humanity. A great marker of change that is offered for us to ponder on.

    • Ray Karam January 28, 2018   Reply →

      Yes this episode certainly brings more to light with the way we are and are choices around money, business, products and life. We often divide things up and yet here we have the link between them all. You can’t go out into business or spend money without there being a flow on effect into all other parts of your life and life. The links or the connectedness is undeniable.

  • Samantha Davidson October 5, 2016   Reply →

    Considering that business is about people first, means that there is no separation between life, people, business, there is no separation in anything, everything is linked and impacted by all the choices we make. How we live is going impact on how we run our business and vice versa. The compartmentalisation that is often undertaken, is mistaken, if we are ruthless, insincere, slippery, tardy in work or life it will be felt in the other. And conversely, integrity, care, commitment, consistency in life will be felt in all areas of business. I used to think business is all corrupt, but am now in business. I run a business and I know the quality of it is based in the quality of life that I lead.

    • Rowena Stewart January 16, 2017   Reply →

      I agree Samantha, the quality of our family values do influence the quality of our businesses. When we run our homes with integrity, care, love and honesty, then running a business with the same values and qualities is so natural. Businesses run in such a way always pull customers in, because we all appreciate being valued and respected, we appreciate spending our hard earned cash in businesses that respect the exchange. True success is not based on profit alone, genuine service is the real key to lasting success coupled with the knowing that longevity relies on working together, not competing, so that everyone benefits from our commitment, service and products.

  • Judith Andras October 5, 2016   Reply →

    Such a rich episode, which conveys so much. But what stands out for me is the fact, that we need to work together and all contribute to our field of work or expertise if we want to arrive to a higher understanding and intelligence. The fact that we are at war with each other whether that is in form of actual war or verbal abuse or simple competition is our greatest downfall as human beings and prevents us from accessing the more that is available to us.

    • Natallija December 3, 2017   Reply →

      When we see the opposite we are often overwhelmed, but what can come from the ‘power of the people’ in bringing brotherhood to its rightful way of expression.

    • Rowena Stewart April 11, 2018   Reply →

      So true Judith. When we strive to out do each other in any format, we all loose. The level of intelligence that we access when we work together can never be attained through competition or war. Contributing our all to the all is our greatest attribute.

  • Luke Yokota October 5, 2016   Reply →

    Imagine building a business which was in the business of building and evolving people. Isn’t that a revolutionary business model.

    • Natallija November 12, 2016   Reply →

      My experience in management has always been about bringing out the best in people and it is wonderful to finally see quality TV viewing where the presenter Serge Benhayon has put this into practical terms with simply sharing that the true potential comes with the people not the profits.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 14, 2017   Reply →

      In a world that has become so ingrained in the motto “the end justifies the means” whilst ‘the end’ in business squarely means ‘profit’, it is a breath of fresh air to be reminded of the basic principles and foundations of being a human being: People and our Evolution as one family.

    • Ray Karam January 28, 2018   Reply →

      Yes and it breaks the mould on what business is or what business is truly about. At this point the focus is on financial gain and looking after your own and yet this is not how we are naturally, and so therefore it isn’t the true definition of business. We have and are being literally sold a lie by society, and when you see beyond what is given to us in this way, then it all makes sense and we can get back to business truly.

  • Kathleen Baldwin October 5, 2016   Reply →

    In this brilliant episode Serge Benhayon marries the Ageless Wisdom with business in a way that evolves everyone and is great food for thought asking many questions. Business is a constant exchange but what are we exchanging? Is it harming or is it healing ourselves and others? Are we growing through the exchange or are we retarding our growth in some way? Are we competing will each other instead of working beside each other adding to collectiveness? I love that business is going to change in the future as we tap more into the wisdom and intelligence of the human body; as we look at health from the inside out. This episode inspired me greatly and will be on my viewing list again and again as it shows us how imperative it is to really connect to our true intelligence and go beyond the indulgent human spirit so we can discern and how this in itself will change demand and supply.

    • Rebecca Briant December 20, 2016   Reply →

      I was having a conversation today about how many industries have implemented systems to monitor how quickly people on the check-out scan the items, or how quickly the postmen do their rounds, or how many phone calls a person takes in a set time frame. When time is money, and money is companies only priority, the people get totally left out of the equation and there is no consideration of them. This world is made of people, not of money, and it is our relationships with each other that hold the greatest value.

      • Stephen Gammack January 15, 2017   Reply →

        Rebecca your comment reminded me of a time I worked in a well known supermarket call centre. There was a top ten of the fastest employees at taking calls, and there was a cull of staff being done at the time. But the outcome of this was that we all cut corners to make ourselves look fast, to stay in a job. Not a very smart way for a business to operate, but what inevitably happens when people get left out of the equation in favour of making more money. The crazy thing is that this company was making billions, and could afford to treat its staff better.

        • Rebecca April 5, 2017   Reply →

          I agree Stephen, but in a world that is driven in many many ways by greed and figures rather than by the people behind them, this will become the reality in many industries. The question being how far we push this trend until either it and the people within it break, or we wake up and see the trajectory of where we are heading.

        • Natallija June 29, 2017   Reply →

          Cutting corners in any business set up is cutting the quality the workers have the potential to bring. This in itself leads to the ripple effect on the customer. We are all connected to the chain and missing links lead to little to no support for the whole.

        • Natallija August 18, 2017   Reply →

          Choosing profits over people has become a demand of the big business model -that has now filtered into many areas of education and health.

      • Rowena Stewart April 14, 2017   Reply →

        That is so true Rebecca. When we truly sum up what makes a great service, it’s not how fast it got delivered it’s how we are treated by another human being that really matters. Money is important, as is making a profit so that it can be re-invested in the company, but it’s the people who really make a company successful and its services stand out in the crowd. When a company truly respects its employees as the most important asset it has, it will always put that company well ahead of the game.

        • Natallija June 5, 2017   Reply →

          It is interesting how the money factor takes centre stage yet “the word of mouth’ is often the calling card that brings people back to the business as they know that the finer details, shows the level of quality and care the company have to make their product or services about people first.

      • Natallija April 22, 2017   Reply →

        How often do we take into account the error rates and undue stresses we add to people when these monitoring systems are put into place? I see this regularly in shops and banks where customers are constantly asking why there are less front desk workers and offering the companies the simplest of ways to bring the quality back yet the greed factor once again takes the upper hand.

      • Natallija June 17, 2017   Reply →

        A business plan that models its vision and integrity on the best needs of the client and how to offer more and more is often the calling card of many- yet this is often not lived and experienced in our current business world. The huge learning that is offered in this episode brings such clarity to all fields of work where profits are often driven to make money/save money without consideration for those who are setting the foundation from which the model is based on.

      • Nattalija February 4, 2018   Reply →

        Time = Money, yet where do the people come into the equation?

  • Ray Karam October 4, 2016   Reply →

    Good morning and loved this new form of TV. I’ve been in business for a number of years and enjoyed what is a fresh but age old look at business and what it truly means. Serge Benhayon gives us an approach that will give us a true choice in what we actually want when as it stands now the choice is anything but. This is an episode I’ll watch again and again.

    • Nattalija April 1, 2018   Reply →

      When we make our business about capitalising with competition that leaves another less and we are offering the world a product that is not lived with the integrity that we may think is on offer.

  • Adele Leung October 4, 2016   Reply →

    The whole world working in collaboration rather than competition is the way that simply feels natural and yet this is not an accepted way in our current society, which works in many ways against the naturalness of how our bodies feel, in that we push and force ourselves to fit into a rhythm that feels absolutely invasive and abusive to ourselves. We have chosen competition and individualism at the expense of the true intelligence of our body, and we are harming not just ourselves, but also cementing a world which continues to self-harm. This is not to say that we have to or can instantly change our world, but let us also not lie to ourselves of what is truly going on.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh March 26, 2017   Reply →

      Everything in the universe including our bodies reflect harmony and collaboration. Nowhere do we see one part competing with one another. I can not even imagine what such a thing would look like. The only areas at odds with this are the ones that humanity has created in our world.

  • Adele Leung October 4, 2016   Reply →

    It is evolutionary to understand that money is kidney energy (life force), it changes my entire viewpoint in how and where to delegate my money towards.

    • Elizabeth October 5, 2016   Reply →

      Absolutely Adele, this is a game changer for me!

      • Natallija November 7, 2016   Reply →

        Especially when you look at how money has been used to harm rather than heal.

        • Rowena Stewart January 12, 2017   Reply →

          It does put a whole different spin on money and our relationship with it. If we really stop to consider that it energetically represents the quality of our life force, which has a knock on effect on our bodies, how we spend it, what we do with it has so many more implications than we really want to realise. Are we ready to admit yet that the way we spend money has a direct effect on the quality of our energy and health?

          • Stephen Gammack March 25, 2017  

            I love it Rowena, how we spend it is crucial, for me I can be cautious with money, yet not spending money when we really could benefit from a purchase is as harmful as wasting money on something that we don’t need and doesn’t support us.

    • James Nicholson November 15, 2016   Reply →

      I agree the more we see everything as energy then life makes a lot more sense. Seeing money as life force takes away a lot of the images and pictures we have the surround it. I know all too well how easy it is to be flippant with money and effectively throw it away but what then am I doing with my kidney energy. I know I can only throw money away when I am not looking after myself. So there is a direct correlation between the way I am living and the way I am treating my money.

  • Rosie October 4, 2016   Reply →

    This weekend, I have watched an episode each evening and loved it. Best TV ever and I learnt heaps too.

    • Michael Brown April 9, 2018   Reply →

      What a great idea Rosie! Serge Benhayon TV Marathon!!

    • Rebecca April 14, 2018   Reply →

      I agree Rosie – TV that checks you in rather than checking you out.

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