Episode 3 - Universal Medicine and the Media

Do we really live in a free market? Are we actually free to offer the services that we know will benefit our communities? Or is it the case that if the services we offer expose others’ modes of business it will be seen as a threat?

In this episode we explore the new innovator bullying, cyber abuse and press abuse levelled at Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine and take a look ‘behind the news’ at the business the media dubbed a ‘cult’ and the man they labelled a cult-leader. In a region renowned for its celebrated diversity of healing therapies, communities and groups, in 2012 when a series of articles came out vilifying the popular complementary healing business with outright lies, it was clear that there was a greater agenda at play. After all, why lie about something unless you have nothing of genuine concern to report? And why lie at all? What was it about Serge Benhayon and his work that he was being perceived as a threat to the status quo of health, medicine and healing? Moreover, what was he presenting about Women’s wellbeing that was breaking with an unspoken cultural protocol?

The championing of true equality for women, not just talked about, but lived, has never been more publicly available than it is through the work of Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon. In a world which continues to foster an embedded culture of mysogyny and especially within a media landscape in which inequality and sexism is rife, the media and particularly the journalist’s involved in early coverage of Universal Medicine were unable (or unwilling) to discern fact from derogatory pulp fiction about ‘brain washed female followers’. Through an already broken lens they failed to see the story right in front of them. This episode explores the lack of accountability in media that impacts the very fabric of community and society.

378 comments

  • Christoph Schnelle October 4, 2016   Reply →

    It actually seems to be the case that the ‘media’ paints a picture of women very often as victims or as highly sexualised objects and this seems to be in line with the general commentary that is on the internet.

    It would make sense that there would be strong resistance against somebody who isn’t in reaction to the ugliness and misogyny, but simply points it out and shows what can be done about it as such behaviour exposes rather a lot of people.

    • Natallija October 12, 2016   Reply →

      Journalism in the past was based on bringing the truth to the general public to inform. The resistance you have pointed out so clearly Christoph Schnelle is a reminder of how far we have stepped away from the truth. Reactive journalism is at the forefront in promoting the current world trends and global issues. Serge Benhayon speaks with truth and is bringing awareness back to the basics- a lot of which is stirring the irresponsibility we choose to ignore.

      • Rachel Mascord December 30, 2016   Reply →

        Your point about journalism having a past based in truth can be questioned more deeply Natallija. The seeds of journalism were sown long ago when public communicators spread the word as decreed by the ruling authority (king, potentate etc etc)…their version of ‘truth’ if you will.
        We need to be careful about romanticising a past that never was, rather understand that where we are today is the result of a trend started long ago.
        It is a trend that the rest of us, the consumers so to speak, have not adequately challenged. And we still don’t really challenge it until we see such an appalling transgression as happened with Serge Benhayon. How many other such transgressions occur through our media that we do not wonder at, question, or ask them to be accountable for?

        • Rowena Stewart January 10, 2017   Reply →

          Well said Rachel Mascord and your comment makes me realise that the roots of our journalism lies firmly in propaganda, self interest and deceit. These might be strong words to use, but when we study the same piece of news from different angles, as the Internet allows us to do today with such ease we see the same bias still exists. The fact that we, the consumer of this news never seem to challenge these inconsistencies demonstrates how much we have given up on the truth, which then results in the crusades against truth that now so commonly occur in the press. How and why do we allow lies to be printed, read and accepted as truth? What has happened to our self-respect?

        • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 24, 2017   Reply →

          True Rachel the lack of integrity and fabricated truth so rampant in the media “is a trend that the rest of us, the consumers so to speak, have not adequately challenged.” I remember many years back being troubled with noticing the general lack of decency, regard and honouring of people in most media articles. But it was not until people close to me started being attacked and lied about in the media that I finally started to seriously look at the part I play with my silence.

    • Amina Tumi October 18, 2016   Reply →

      Yes it would make sense Christoph, especially when those that are being exposed have seemingly enjoyed living in this disregarding way, hence there comes a time that not only being exposed is important but also a whole change in behaviour is required to offset the momentum which is precisely what Serge is and has done.

    • Jonathan Stewart October 19, 2016   Reply →

      Very true Christoph. When there is no emotion or judgement in the exposure of the Truth there is nothing to expose in return – there is only the naked truth being presented.

      • Natallija May 1, 2017   Reply →

        What is amazing about the naked truth is that humanity have nowhere to hide or cover up.

  • Victoria Lister October 4, 2016   Reply →

    Pioneers are often ridiculed, dismissed or, in worse-case scenarios, abused and Serge Benhayon is a case in point. Challenge the status quo, and the establishment / vested interests come after you, today in collusion with a sensation-seeking and delivering media, and social media users hungry for same. We have a long way to go before we can truly say we have an ethical media or responsible citizen journalists.

    • Amina Tumi October 17, 2016   Reply →

      I agree Victoria, and from here we get to see that we are simply at the mercy of what the media deem to be hot news and they can create just as much mayhem as they please all based on a lie with no care or consideration of anyone this may affect.

    • Rowena Stewart December 20, 2016   Reply →

      The state of our media and its failure to actually print the truth is just one example of how we let our vested interests manipulate our behaviour. Those who have no vested interests, and Serge Benhayon is one of those people, have no difficulty with Truth, yet the media who report on him evidently do, because of the gross mis-representation that has been concocted and deemed fit to print. Time will expose these un-truths and in the mean time, Serge Benhayon will continue to present the Truth.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 9, 2017   Reply →

      What is wonderful is that in the face of the gross abuse and lack of accountability by the media, Serge Benhayon has never made the slightest change in the level of dedication, openness, love and honouring with which he presents and relates to people. This is a great lesson showing that when you make life about love, care and understanding of people instead of popularity, one-upmanship and self-gain. Such things like people lying about you of course hurt but they will not swerve you from the confidence, commitment and purpose with which you live every day.

  • Toni Steenson October 5, 2016   Reply →

    I have watched the first three episodes and am glad to be alive at a time in which someone stood up and started speaking the truth with true Love and respect. To the point he has inspired thousands to date to do the same in their lives. This is something that truly needs to be studied and explored for the revolutionary way it brings, a way our earth and people are yearning for.

    • Amina Tumi October 22, 2016   Reply →

      Much appreciation is required here to really honour the work of Serge Benhayon, it is without question an amazing moment when we realise that we are able to live in and with our true selves and that there are no more illusions that can be created to stop this if we choose to truly come back to our simple yet magical way of being.

  • Luke Yokota October 5, 2016   Reply →

    So true about not living in a free market but just the thin veil which creates the illusion that we do.

    As soon as you step outside the status quo watch the free market principles be put aside.

    Isn’t this such a huge detriment that as a society we pride ourselves we live in a democratically evolved government system however under a thin superficial layer it resembles much of the medieval period.

    Don’t get me wrong I am not discounting the huge leaps we have made however we have made some premature statements to how free we currently live.

    • Natallija October 11, 2016   Reply →

      Yes Luke Yokota this is a relevant point you have shared here from watching Episode 3. The illusion is definitely there and covered in a thin veil selling an image for us to believe. It makes a lot of sense that there would be resistance towards someone who is speaking with utter truth about the harmony that is possible for humanity if we allow others to rightfully live a life full of respect, dedicated to work, community minded and always giving back the quality that is lived to another by themselves.

    • Rebecca Briant December 14, 2016   Reply →

      I agree Luke – the reaction of society after the fall of the communist regime’s in the 1960’s, was to form liberalism – the ideals of freedom without oppression – the ability to do as we wish without interference, basically the greatest form of irresponsibility.
      We believe as a liberal, democratic society we are creating the ideal free way to live – free press, a government voted in by the public and accountable for its actions, unable to interfere or coerce. And yet, peel back the veneer of the ideal and underneath, is the rot of reality – that in fact our free press is a very small number of very rich, very powerful people with the influence to decide what makes the news and what doesn’t, and in what light events will be painted. They own the way that people see the world, for if it isn’t printed or published then to everyone but those involved in the situation, it didn’t happen. When we know about a war, protest, atrocity, natural disaster or political issue, we know because we have seen it in the news. If the news is then not printing in absolute transparency, honesty and integrity, what version of reality are we being fed?

  • Samantha Davidson October 5, 2016   Reply →

    I have been hesitant about getting into social media, websites, blogs etc, I felt like I did not know enough, or understand the process, or felt worried about being seen or being attacked for having an opinion, but I am realising is that I can express myself in this area and truly it has no separation from any other area of my life. And actually there is a responsibility concerning the media, if we know so that so much of what is shared is not true, it is a priority to share something different out there to be read, seen, observed. This is in all areas of life. This is big picture stuff, it is not about our own lives, it is about what we allow, agree, collude with when we are silent and what we choose when we speak our truth.

    • Vicky Cooke November 1, 2016   Reply →

      This is really important what you have shared Samantha ‘if we know that so much of what is shared is not true, it is a priority to share something different out there to be read, seen, observed.’ and this is exactly what Serge Benhayon TV does ✨

      • Natallija November 20, 2016   Reply →

        There is definitely a responsibility in acknowledging what is not true and then taking steps to understand that the power of speaking the truth shows the level of love that Serge Benhayon expresses for humanity. Asking the big questions that are often swept under the carpet in the world of TV and journalism.

    • Rebecca briant February 5, 2017   Reply →

      I agree – and yet the fact that we can have a conversation with someone in ‘real life’ and perhaps disagree, but not often come to an abusive argument, and yet that be a very regular occurrence online shows us that for many there is a distinction between online and offline – that somehow ridicule and abuse directed at someone over the internet is less than in person.

    • Stephen Gammack April 21, 2017   Reply →

      I love this Samantha, and what happens when we express from our experiences and question things that don’t seem true is it opens up the conversation for other to also question the distorted values we accept, something we badly need in light of our disordered media and the agendas that shape the news we receive. It is st our door and our responsibility.

      • Natallija August 8, 2017   Reply →

        The distorted values of our current world are felt by many but often swept under the carpet. In many cases, many are willing to open up to the conversation but are looking for examples of those who speak with an understanding. Look no further than this episode – it offers the ALL!

  • Adele Leung October 7, 2016   Reply →

    We are our own media. It is our responsibility to claim back the truth of our bodies that which the media industry has not and in truth, not allowed to.

    • Amina Tumi October 16, 2016   Reply →

      I could not agree more here Adele, and in this I see that we are then able to start exposing the games of the media and the intention behind their actions.

    • HM March 12, 2017   Reply →

      Love this! We certainly have the keys to changing what the media has become. And we have every moment to change our movements in a way that says to the world who we truly are underneath all the labels and titles. The truth of our bodies is waiting to be expressed in full.

      • Natallija April 13, 2017   Reply →

        Yes we do have the keys to change this. It is the simplest of conversations with others where we hear and feel that the truth is masked where we can bring more understanding and awareness without judgement. This is the gold of Serge Benhayon TV and what is offered to us all.

    • HM April 7, 2017   Reply →

      Absolutely – It is the equal responsibility of us all to create a bigger reflection of what truth is. What is the media – it is just getting a message out to the public – but this can be done on a personal level – this can be something each one of us can do and know that in each moment we are a reflection to others -we are effectively our own walking media which builds the bigger picture.

  • Adele Leung October 7, 2016   Reply →

    Expressing fragility without a picture that it is weakness or an expectation of how others would respond, builds within the body a deeper sense of worth and confidence to stand in the world. This further breaks down the many roles we have taken up as a man and a woman.

    • Natallija December 25, 2016   Reply →

      Yes Adele, this program is showing how fragility can often be seen as a weakness yet there is so much to appreciate in the honesty of this feeling for us all.

  • Janet Williams October 7, 2016   Reply →

    Thank heavens for sergebenhayon.tv so that the truth about big picture issues concerning all of humanity can be shared far and wide. We all know that we are not really living in a free market society, but Serge calls it out for what it is, with absolute love for all. Let’s get out of the dark ages once and for all!

    • Karina Kaiser October 9, 2016   Reply →

      Oh yes Jane – thank heavens indeed for Serge Benhayon and all he brings to humanity. And with his TV interviews now we have so much more easy access to all the things important to all of us, and are able to to share and spread this to many more. Yes – let’s get out of the dark ages!!

    • Amina Tumi October 16, 2016   Reply →

      I agree Janet, Serge is and has been presenting the truth of what is actually taking place in this world and in this there is a true understanding with no judgement of why, however there indeed is a responsibility in how we live life and this responsibility is gold. Well done to the bravest man I know Serge Benhayon.

    • Natallija April 10, 2017   Reply →

      Definitely not a free market for all. We can be so easily blinded by what the media sells us as the truth that often leaves us building a bank of knowledge, beliefs and ideals that are far from what is being shared so lovingly through this episode. Serge Benhayon respectfully and with great care shares what we already know is the true state of our world and how far we are from living the truth.

    • Natallija April 23, 2017   Reply →

      Thank you Serge Benhayon for presenting a program that is a gentle knock on humanities door. A reminder that the way we are living is of great concern. Choosing to keep the bolted doors shut is leading us further from the truth of what we have created over time.

  • Jennifer Smith October 8, 2016   Reply →

    How interesting to consider what a free market is in terms on media and that given the type of media we have it is not free at all. How can it be when it’s foundation is so often that of self-interest and abuse of others? It’s no surprise really that what we have come to see as the mainstream media is failing on so many accounts. With the rise of citizen based journalist we are seeing the beginnings of a not only a new trend but a way we will communicate in the future.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 27, 2017   Reply →

      It is worth taking a moment and consider what we mean by freedom. In our history and many places in our world today we have blatant bullying, threatening and control of expression. In the face of that we want freedom yes. Yet the word freedom has become for many people synonymous to unaccountability and chasing personal agendas at the expense of others. Freedom from shackles and control yes I am all for that, freedom from decency and care of each other? If we are opting for that there is something very wrong with our society.

  • Sue October 8, 2016   Reply →

    Most journalists have their own agenda when it comes to reporting. The spin they put on events is demonstrated if you read about the same event in different newspapers or TV channels. Great to have TV that is worth watching, has no spin, but proclaims truth. Thankyou Serge, Rebecca and team.

    • Amina Tumi October 17, 2016   Reply →

      Well put Sue and this is indeed very true, it is great to see the simplicity that these truths highlight but most importantly the responsibility for us all equally, it is amazing to see how we are so very blessed by this amazing new TV channel, one I will always watch.

    • Natallija October 20, 2016   Reply →

      Yes Sue I couldn’t agree more. There is no agenda, not advertising of products and no commercials breaks! True reporting and true TV that makes it all worth watching.

      • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 22, 2017   Reply →

        These episodes set the level of commitment to truth, integrity and responsibility as well as care and honouring of the audience which all media should return to.

    • Natallija November 26, 2016   Reply →

      Great point raised Sue. No room to spin anything, as the truth stand firm on its own with this quality viewing.

    • Stephen Gammack April 3, 2017   Reply →

      It will be impossible for journalist to present truth in media for as long as the industry is beholden to the bottom line of sales. Sales and truth do not marry up in our current climes. Where before there was more honesty in journalism, it is harder to get to the truth now. This is not to say there are not journalists with integrity, but they hold far less influence than we need them to have.

    • Natallija June 23, 2017   Reply →

      Yes Sue there is no agenda, nothing to hide but a willingness to speak with such a graceful and humble manner on what is truly playing out for all the world to see.

  • Felix Kremer October 10, 2016   Reply →

    It is not common to find something so True like Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine. Of course the mere fact of their existence in a world of corruption and lies must be felt like an offense to the creators of the lies and emptiness.

    • Natallija October 28, 2016   Reply →

      This is so true Felix Kremer. What Serge Benhayon shares is this episode is far from the reality of what is lived by many these days. It is interesting how we as a society have been numbed by the levels of greed and corruption and turn a blind eye to the harm or in this case ridicule and make up ill ‘truths’ about those that are willing to speak the truth.

    • Natallija December 16, 2016   Reply →

      So true Felix Kremer. When there is an abundance of ill truths it is often the truth that is buried in order to prevent others from questioning what is truly going on.

  • Sarah Karam October 10, 2016   Reply →

    I will say this- Anyone that is willing to spread lies about a company like Universal Medicine is doing humanity a great disservice, for the absolute life changing presentations on offer to the general public are well worth consideration.
    I have experienced discrimination and harassment for my association with Universal Medicine. I have even been accused of being in a Cult! Universal Medicine is not a cult – I have never once been followed up via email, phone call or text if I was absent at any work shops or presentations, never have I been pressured or contacted by anyone, to do anything in all my years of knowing UM and the Benhayon family. When my previous partner decided he no longer liked Universal Medicine he stopped attending. No one that worked for Universal Medicine ever followed him up or even asked where he went when he decided to not attend events, this is because people are free to come and go as they see fit. There is zero obligation and I rarely see people that don’t resonate with what Serge is sharing.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 7, 2017   Reply →

      Universal Medicine has been the most supportive, respectful and honouring organisation I have come across. Should you ask for support it is provided in buckets. I have not come across any group of people so dedicated and supportive. And whatever choice you make, it is completely honoured, holding you in the greatest love at all times. In fact I have learned how to be more accepting and loving with myself as a direct result of how I have been consistently treated. Anyone who wants to continue living an irresponsible life with lack of care of others will obviously take issue with such a reflection, but those who crave a more open, honest and loving world will love it.

  • Danna Elmalah October 10, 2016   Reply →

    This is truly revolutionary tv. The wisdom that it re-ignites within us makes absolute sense. What is being presented is that we are all on the same merry-go-round. There is a message that is sent out now that media can be used for a true purpose for humanity – or hook in and protect the needs of comfort, or avoidance that one chooses. There is absolutely no doubt that what this man is bringing through comes from his absolute knowing and living it himself. Thank you Serge Benhayon for standing up and not being afraid to do so, and putting humanity’s true needs first. We belong to an order that is universal. This man has no ounce of individual agenda , that is felt in all of his presentations. And so, I know from my own wisdom – that we belong to truth and that this is brotherhood, no individuality plays a part in that.

  • Sandra Schneider October 11, 2016   Reply →

    The journalist’s are missing THIS story in this life-time – missing the truth about Serge Benhayon, a World-Teacher, about Universal Medicine, an Organization that will change life on earth for ever and about the Students of The Way of the Livingness, who have thousand of lived experiences and supportive history by changing their way of being not just to a ‘better’, but a healthy and joyful life and are inspiring others to do so.

  • Anne Hart October 11, 2016   Reply →

    One wonders why the media is so intent on attacking Serge Benhayon – he speaks his truth but does not attack anyone. Could it be they are trying to bully him into toeing the line? The media has exposed its lack of integrity and ability to report truth and provide balanced commentary, which is the service that is its original purpose.

    • Natallija October 22, 2016   Reply →

      I agree Anne Hart. The true integrity of journalism has gone and Serge Benhayon is a reflection of what truth is no matter what form of media. One cannot toe the line when the line itself is not draw in truth.

    • Natallija December 11, 2016   Reply →

      Great comment Anne Hart. Speaking the truth without bullying is far from what we are witnessing in the current media circuit. Thank you Serge Benhayon for showing us that there is another way.

  • Monica Gillooly October 11, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon shows a way of living and care with all he meets which is something not many of us are used to, and indeed it often exposes that we do not always care for ourselves in the same way, and it can be either confronting or inspiring, it’s our choice how we see it. Yet what has been decided by a few championed by the media, is to condemn rather than allow each and every one of us to look and make up our own minds. There’s no free choice in this at all, despite being under the banner of saying it’s free speech, and more there’s an agenda at play here, one which is about denigrating anything which challenges the current, powerful status quo and media is very much a part of that. That’s the story of what is going on and it’s a reflection of how our media operates not for all but for the selected few.

  • Mary Adler October 11, 2016   Reply →

    A beautiful expression that a free market is the ‘truth in the living quality of the people.’

    • Victoria December 26, 2016   Reply →

      Absolutely agree, and in the ‘truth in the living quality of the people’ the lies and distortions are completely exposed. This is a refreshingly honest interview, thank you.

  • Felix Kremer October 11, 2016   Reply →

    What could be more revealing and confronting in our times of exhaustion, stress and burnout – than a business that is ever growing and blossoming like Universal Medicine with staff that is vital, hard working, having fun, motivated to the highest ethical standards, healthy, looking well, loving, caring and available around the clock…?

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 14, 2017   Reply →

      When something that we have been craving for, and have long thought is not possible, is lived by someone in front of us, what do we do with that?
      We can be furious realising we were fooled and not wanting to admit we have been making wrong choices. We can be resentful because of the inkling there is a need to give up some of those wrong choices. We can be angry because we are being shown up for being out of practice with being responsible.
      Then again we can be inspired, we can look to learn from the example we are being lovingly offered and we can evolve.

  • rosanna bianchini October 11, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is always breaking new ground with what he presents. It’s clear that the investment by the powers that be to hold onto the status quo of health – and control of the masses, would be deeply rattled by the truth of what Serge presents here.

    • Natallija August 20, 2017   Reply →

      This is the marker of truth that many are afraid will bring down the models that have been all built on profits over people.

  • Harrison White October 11, 2016   Reply →

    Society has learned that there are ways of being socially accepted and ways which aren’t, the problem is when we hold back on what we naturally are and settle for conversations which satisfy a certain level but never leave us feeling fully resolved and ready for the next.

    • Natallija December 3, 2016   Reply →

      Having watched this episode a number of times I am surprised at how this has inspired me to encourage conversations that don’t settle for less but bring others to discuss topics that we are all global aware of. Now that is inspiring TV!

    • Natallija April 16, 2017   Reply →

      Thank you for sharing this great point Harrison. The social accepted ideal of what to say and not to say leaves us in limbo and continues the style of ‘comfortable’ conversations that leave not room for evolution and deeper understandings for all.

  • Fumiyo Egashira October 12, 2016   Reply →

    I love Rebecca’s question about a possibility of people who have never heard of Universal Medicine as an organisation, knowing of a universal medicine as a deepest common sense that we are all looking for.

  • Cherise Holt October 12, 2016   Reply →

    I have thoroughly enjoyed allowing myself to write, communicate, express and document the changes in my own life since my first association with Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine as this has supported me to not only begin to express myself again, from an otherwise very shut down body and way of life; but also as it continually confirms to me that nothing is more powerful than my own truth, my choices, my lived experience, my Livingness and that despite the times we have lived and do live in – that no one can take this joy, truth and commitment to life away from me.

  • leigh matson October 12, 2016   Reply →

    There is a lot in this interview, I can imagine that it could go into every topic imaginable. What really stood out was the outsider view coming in to paint a picture that those in ‘the village’ were not experiencing.
    Which then makes me wonder, do we take these outside views into the village or claim our own experiences on any topics in life? Which leads me to ask, as a society how much do we place value in hearsay, what ‘they’ said (whoever ‘they’ may be) or actually claim our own experiences or be willing to put life to the test from our own bodies?

  • Elizabeth McCann October 12, 2016   Reply →

    Listening to this deeply inspiring interview, I can feel how truly healing it is to hear truth being expressed with love and respect for all. This is the hallmark of true brotherhood.

    • Amina Tumi October 26, 2016   Reply →

      I agree Elizabeth and although we are a million miles away from living this way at least we have this as a form of reference and foundation of how to move forward.

      • Natallija November 3, 2016   Reply →

        I agree as well. There is at least an example that we can watch again and again that reminds us of where we can start and how simple it can be when we make life about love and respect of ourselves and another.

    • Natallija November 18, 2016   Reply →

      SergeBenhayon TV is the real deal. A presenter and reporter speaking with respect of each other and delving into a deeper understanding of the current world.

    • Natallija December 1, 2016   Reply →

      I agree Elizabeth McCann. The level of respect for the interviewer and for the general public is palpable and has left me watching many re-runs.

  • Esther Andras October 12, 2016   Reply →

    There is so much to take into life from this short half an hour episode. How we are as a whole of society to our personal relationships with ourselves and others, with always the focus on the quality of our living way. So many things to look at and consider. An eye and heart opening experience.

    • Amina Tumi October 22, 2016   Reply →

      I cannot agree more here Esther and something I will keep coming back to as it will never be old or out of date.

    • Natallija November 11, 2016   Reply →

      Definitely eye opening Esther and so much to deeply look at individually and as a community as a whole. This episode so simply reminds us of how our lives are markers of truth and the quality is there for all to see.

  • Lieke Campbell October 13, 2016   Reply →

    I love the point about that you only realise our society has not such a free market as it says it has when you start to say and express what you feel and when that is outside of the currently accepted. Like starting to eat healthy or being responsible for how I am in daily life receives comments from others that are not that supportive yet shouldn’t it be common sense and celebrated when we take good care of ourselves? This is exposing the not so free free market we are living in.

  • Joshua Campbell October 13, 2016   Reply →

    No one outside of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine has ever presented such a topic in such an open, truth-full way with not an ounce of emotional investment in the issue. Many economists would baffle over the economic issues of the day yet i have yet to hear of one speak of the truth that Serge speaks of here.

    • Natallija December 6, 2016   Reply →

      Nothing can be baffling when you speak with truth!

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 13, 2016   Reply →

    Are we offering a service that truly benefits humanity and are we putting people ahead of any form of self gain? These are great questions about the current ‘free’ market that we are championing in today’s world. When someone like Serge Benhayon poses such questions, we end up realising this is not the foundation most organisations are based on. I have noticed three predominant responses: we can be inspired to explore ways of building and deepening such loving foundations, we can pretend we never heard anything, and thirdly we can be outraged that the whistle has been blown on our game and attack. Each type of response seems to be a direct reflection of the level of care and accountability we are prepared to live with.

  • Jeanette October 13, 2016   Reply →

    One of the things I will always appreciate about Serge Benhayon is his deep respect and care for women and men equally. Knocking someone because they live in a way that holds no bias against another just exposes those who knock.

    • Amina Tumi October 26, 2016   Reply →

      Absolutely Jeanette, which brings about the reality of how we can always see through the falsehood that another may have attempted to create, so long as we are willing to see the truth in any situation.

  • Jeanette October 13, 2016   Reply →

    It seems to be that it is responsibility that is resisted most when it comes to the living examples of truth, love, integrity and common sense offered by Serge Benhayon in his presentations.

  • Jennifer Smith October 13, 2016   Reply →

    One of the things (and there are many) that I love about being a part of the community that Rebecca and Serge speak of is watching how the men are with each other. They are just so naturally tender and gentle with each other and genuinely interested in how each other is. They have opened up the conversations on men’s health, wellbeing including mental health and ill health and asked what is going on for men in their lives that is having serious ramifications to the health of men. They have been prepared to step out of the ‘safe’ but so very limiting way that men can relate to each other. I have personally been very inspired by the men within this community.

  • Lieke Campbell October 13, 2016   Reply →

    We grow up with the pictures of what a man is and what a woman is but seeing this video makes me realise that those pictures, or stereotypes we call it as well, actually might not be it. That being a man or a woman should be able to mean anything, however that person feels to live without being judged as unmanly etc.

  • Jennifer Smith October 14, 2016   Reply →

    That’s a very pertinent question that Serge finishes the interview with.. Are we producing a society where people are able to express their tenderness without being crushed? On pondering further I wonder what is it about being tender in our everyday moments that others or even ourselves want to crush? Does this show us what we are not willing to accept about ourselves? It’s like we do not want to see this as a constant reminder of our own capacity for tenderness for it shows the lie in which we choose to live. Thereby crushing in reaction to that.

    • Natallija November 6, 2016   Reply →

      What a great question to ponder on Jennifer. It is interesting that we question the word tenderness and how quickly we can crush this expression. Have we forgotten this quality that was nurtured as babies in us all and one that melts us, when we are met by another with deep levels of respect?Serge Benhayon is starting to ask the questions that are reflecting the current state of our world. Could tenderness be one of the expressions we are fighting in our world to express – not because it is not within us but because of the avoidance of the responsibility we carry to speak up like Serge Benhayon has in the TV site about the media mess? Have we allowed lack of responsibility to be accepted as the norm?

  • Stephen Gammack October 14, 2016   Reply →

    It would be terrific for society to be presented the true story of what Serge Benhayon is actually doing, what he is living and presenting instead of this ‘cult’ nonsense which sells papers but totally misrepresents the incredible service that is on offer from Serge Benhayon through his business Universal Medicine. Study is needed of the impact he has had on so many peoples lives and how contrary to the “witch hunt”, he is actually supporting people to improve their lives, while giving incredible insight into how society operates and what our future may hold if we aren’t willing to change our ways.

    • Natallija October 15, 2016   Reply →

      A “witch hunt’ is to put it mildly when we look at the ways journalism can be used to target individuals who are speaking truthfully about topics that are often buried in the sand. This episode is once again showing the lifestyle that many live that is inspired by a man who has made choices to go against the trends that are obviously not working world wide with alarming statistics that are presented on numerous topics of human health and well being.

  • Ingrid Ward October 14, 2016   Reply →

    From the media, to misogyny, to men in their tenderness , it takes Serge Benhayon only 28.55 minutes to dismantle so many of the accepted ‘normals’ in this world, ‘normals’ that sadly we have used to hold us back from our inherent amazingness. But he just doesn’t dismantle them; he replaces them with common sense and truth, a truth that he knows from his body and the way he lives. This wonderfully wise man offers us a light, so bright, to shine into the areas of our lives and this world that we may simply want to avoid seeing, but then offers us another way to be; a way of equality and true brotherhood

  • Gabriele Conrad October 14, 2016   Reply →

    I just love observing the settlement and ease with which Serge Benhayon presents what we all deep down already know, whether we are ready to admit it or not. In many ways it could be said that he is ahead of his time – but is that actually true? Or is it a case of a few trying to stop the public from accessing what is being offered because it exposes their lack of credibility and responsibility?

    • Natallija October 18, 2016   Reply →

      Well said Gabriele Conrad, of the deep settlement from which Serge presents the possible reality of the way the world is, and are we as humanity avoiding the truth.

    • Amina Tumi October 18, 2016   Reply →

      Beautifully said Gabriele, it is very apparent that a handful that are trying to stop the public from accessing these simple truths are doing just that and of course they are exposing their own lack of integrity and grace. Thank God for Serge Benhayon.

  • Leigh Strack October 14, 2016   Reply →

    Watching this evening and hearing Serge share how all men are capable of tenderness, and that all men would have moments where they are tender in their lives, is all the evidence needed, as all of us have felt these moments in life. Learning that these moments can become a way of living, is a gift beyond measure to all of humanity.

  • Leigh Strack October 14, 2016   Reply →

    Another thing I love about this interview is how there is clear understanding for how all live, no matter what choice is made. Yet knowing without doubt we all hold within the ability to be tender. In this knowing I can feel that no matter what has been chosen or lived before, that we can change this if we feel it no longer is how we want to live. Because our tenderness comes from within, knowing it is there is the beginning of choosing it over past choices that we tend to re-choose from habit. The true potential of what Serge discusses with Rebecca is that which can change the fabric of society. Not ‘have to’s’ or ‘should do’s’, but in responsibility, understanding and an honor of all others.

  • Victoria October 15, 2016   Reply →

    Truth is not always comfortable to hear for it exposes all the ways we may not be living that. We can be either be inspired by the call to be fuller versions of ourselves, or we can attack and shoot the messenger. The quality we live with is a choice, which has an affect on our families, communities and society as a whole.

  • MA October 15, 2016   Reply →

    This is a great episode to watch, I was amazed at how I “thought” we were in a free market yet had not truly considered the effect the media have on business, events, people, elections. To paint or tarnish one person or business in effect stops the free market. This happens all the time so the reality of the market we are in is very different to what we believe it is.

    • Natallija April 26, 2017   Reply →

      It is not a coincidence that this episode was released and to now watch what has played out with the exposure of many big giants in the world of media, business and government and their corrupt lifestyles. We could say that we are watching truth TV of the future.

  • Jeanette October 15, 2016   Reply →

    “Tenderness, love and nurturing between men and women …it is an amazing way of being, living against the trend… a highly responsible way to live”. I have experienced this among the men and the women in the student body and in the examples of Serge and his family. There is a very high level of respect and care, acceptance and inspiration, no imposing to be had here and I love that I and more and more others have found this as I did not know that it was truly possible. It is.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 16, 2016   Reply →

    Universal Medicine inspires and promotes the greatest level of integrity, responsibility and care in all that aspects of life. I would expect all people who are also truly dedicated to those qualities to thank anyone who points out how our expression could be deepened. This is a true gift and many pay a fortune for a specialist to give them exactly that information. When a handful of people do their utmost to stop the public from hearing the truth of what Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon actually say, their actions to me is a clear indication of their priorities.

  • kehinde James October 16, 2016   Reply →

    At last Serge speaks for himself on TV and expresses the truth of his work, not afraid to expose the ways of our world that are false, imposing, deceiving and corrupt. It is in the midst of this very ‘unfree’ world pronounced as ‘free world’ that his utmost integrity, love and dedication to humanity has been attacked, vilified and viciously lied about. Nonetheless we are at last able to hear the truth for ourselves from his own body.

  • Amina Tumi October 16, 2016   Reply →

    Thank you Serge and Rebecca along with the whole team working on this website as it is Gold and I can now trust a TV channel to present actually truth about life as a whole and the human body. It is a great start to rewriting and reestablishing the simple truth that this world deeply needs.

    • Natallija December 30, 2016   Reply →

      The truth shared in this episode is a great start . Looking forward to many more.

  • Stephen Gammack October 16, 2016   Reply →

    There are few presenters on wellbeing who are living in the quality that they present about, the vitality, the boundless energy, abundant health and deep awareness and ability to connect with people. If we embrace these as essential qualities for someone delivering wellness workshops and presentations then we start to see that Serge Benhayon stands out in the most impressive and potentially influential way. Most would admit that we are far more likely to be inspired by someone if they embrace fully the topic they present on, so in this regard it is a business model for the ages, one that makes people of first and foremost concern. And any model of business that exposes our own lack of care for our own wellbeing is either loved or creates jealousy and lies to try to taint what is being offered.

  • Tricia Nicholson October 16, 2016   Reply →

    This is an amazing frank discussion on the truth of our society and where it is. The rules we have created on what is accepted in how we should live are exposed as being loveless and hiding who we really are. Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine students are living another way – a way we all know inside our bodies and no media attacks and lies can alter this. But they can keep truth, love and harmony away from the reader when this is what we truly all seek and know. It allows a real respect and responsibility for humanity to expose what is going, and to show tenderness and fragility as our strengths – this is a real gift

  • mary sanford October 17, 2016   Reply →

    I have felt for quite a while now that George Orwell’s book 1984 is becoming more of a reality, where people lived in a totalitarian state. Is it not possible that the media and major corporations for example feel they have no limit to their power of authority over the masses today. And isn’t it funny how history has a way of repeating it self because for centuries the church held the same sway over the masses and to a great degree still does.

  • Michelle McWaters October 17, 2016   Reply →

    Exposing the illusion that we think we live in a free market/democracy, but not really is done really clearly here. This is something we can all feel but very few of us so clearly express without reaction, blame or judgment. I love how it is presented as simply fact and nothing more.

    • Amina Tumi October 20, 2016   Reply →

      I agree Michelle, and the facts are in our faces and in our own hands. It is therefore time for us to develop our own relationship with returning ourselves, our bodies, our relationships and our lives back to a way of living that is truly healing, open and understanding of all that is to be done and needs doing. The responsibility is ours.

  • Gabriele Conrad October 17, 2016   Reply →

    I was touched by the mention of trust and how, as a society, we have lost that ability to openly question and inquire without prejudice and an agenda – could it be true that Universal Medicine is for some just too good to be true, too much for those deep hurts that need to be walled off securely?

  • Stephen Gammack October 18, 2016   Reply →

    If the claims in the media were true then Universal Medicine could not have succeeded as a business, that they have succeeded in spite of the persecution (and that isn’t too strong a word), shows the strength of the business model. And though you could say what is on offer is sold, it isn’t pushed or promoted heavily, those interested are informed of their choices to partake, and the fact so many do is worthy of coverage, as is their outcomes, the wellness that has occurred against the trends locally, nationally and globally in communities around the world. Good journalism should be groundbreaking and look objectively at what is occurring in every situation, to not do this and run an angle to sell a paper shows up the parties involved as being of low moral standing, and protected by processes that should not be there. Inform your public, not shower them with distortions that don’t present what has gone on, present and allow the public to decide from their own lived experiences.

  • Hm October 18, 2016   Reply →

    Serge talks of a ‘free market’ and yet how as soon as anyone goes against the trend, they are put under scrutiny. So how free are we really? And why have we accepted it as normal to be unloving? I.e. It is normal to work in a business where there is no equality and a lot of power playing – perhaps it is ‘normal’ but it isn’t loving. Universal medicine is one such business model by which it is showing that everyone is equal and everyone has the same choices. This is true business – about relationships first.

    • Natallija November 29, 2016   Reply →

      A great explanation of how the free market is far from free!

    • Rowena Stewart May 6, 2017   Reply →

      I agree Hm, when we create a basis of equality and sincere relationships within a business, it imbues the services of the business with a quality that can be felt by all its customers. There can be no better way to engender a successful business than making it about people first and keep people coming back for more.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 19, 2016   Reply →

    This is a great exposé of the illusion that we live in a ‘free market’.

    • Natallija October 29, 2016   Reply →

      Absolutely on the mark Jonathan Stewart. The idea is sold to us yet the reality is far from the truth as revealed in this great episode!

  • MA October 19, 2016   Reply →

    The power of the media is incredible as for many people we take what is said as near gospel, even if we don’t believe every word I don’t think we really appreciate the reach and influence the media has. Yet for the business of Universal Medicine to grow and not fall apart, even after all the lies that have been spread, shows that the truth is stronger than anything else. It’s a great episode to watch and certainly a clear reminder that no matter where we source our news we should also discern what is true or not.

  • Michelle McWaters October 20, 2016   Reply →

    It is so rare to meet a man who champions women, not just in terms of equality but in terms of what women in their essence actually bring. Learning what it means to be a woman from a man on the outside would appear strange, but makes total sense when you can feel the utter integrity, love and truth that comes from Serge Benhayon. I have learned to appreciate my preciousness and fragility as a result – this has been a gift beyond words.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 20, 2016   Reply →

    Whenever we try to squash a truth that exposes the way we are choosing to conduct our life, to me that is a clear indication that not only do we already know we are living a lie, but we also know that if others become aware of what is going on our game is over.

  • Amina Tumi October 20, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon has in great detail explained the truth about what why he and Universal Medicine has been attacked for now a few years, I have received nothing short of absolute respect and integrity from this Man and his teachings and so I am very pleased to see audios with his real life experiences presented here. Serge Benhayon will go down in history as being that man that brought true change to this world and therefore will continue to lead the way back to a true way of living for all.

    • MA October 21, 2016   Reply →

      Well said Amina, and the clarity in this episode is the same quality I’ve also felt from Serge, there are very few people that make such a difference in the world even though we all equally can.

  • Alison Moir October 20, 2016   Reply →

    ‘Communism off the leash’. so true we are led to believe we have a free market but there are seen and unseen bullies at the top especially within the media barons who are pulling the strings and making sure we are in some way controlled and not upsetting the status quo. We do know what is going on, but like so many things in life we accept what is happening, not wanting to put our head above the parapet. Serge Benhayon does, he is willing speak up and speak the truth regardless if what he expresses upsets the status quo and comfort we are living in. And like the witch hunts of the dark ages there have always been those that have wanted to keep control and suppress the truth. Nothing has really changed since these times we still have those that want to make sure that the truth never sees the light of the day.

  • Abby October 20, 2016   Reply →

    ‘Through an already broken lens they failed to see the story right in front of them.’ This is what happens when we become bitter and cynical about life, we view everything through a broken lens and in this everything looks wrong.

    • Shami November 26, 2016   Reply →

      What I love about this, is how there is no judgement here being made, just the simple facts about how we can relate to life when we have been hurt, but that this hurt is not the truth of who we are.

      • Natallija December 19, 2016   Reply →

        Yes Shami, the blame game is often what keeps the ‘them and us model” thriving when the main aim in all of this is to connect to the fact that we are far greater than we can ever imagine, and true quality in living is being shared right before our eyes on this website.

  • Felix Kremer October 21, 2016   Reply →

    I thought women’s position in society was a bit better than say in the 50s. Universal Medicine was an eye opener for me to see that this is not the case. Women are only treated better when they become like men. This revelation came to me when I saw true equality between men and women at Universal Medicine events, especially in Serge Benhayon’s family.

  • Sandra Williamson October 21, 2016   Reply →

    It feels so different to listen to an interview that is true. It leaves no mark of imposition and its clarity is available to discern for myself if the information I am hearing is true for me. When media reviews information with an agenda it is pre-determining what has already been decided as the required outcome. This is a sentence without a fair hearing, and if we this is accepted then we are basically puppets to what we are told, not what is truth.

  • Rowena Stewart October 21, 2016   Reply →

    This interview really exposes the fact that we don’t actually live or trade in a ‘Free Market” as we like to think we do, but are heavily influenced by multi-million corporate businesses that have a vested interested in controlling consumer habits to their own advantage.

  • Kev McHardy October 21, 2016   Reply →

    I certainly would love to see Serge Benhayon TV become viral, the world can learn so much from this man. We now have a voice the mainstream media can’t silence even though they try. I came home from work yesterday and watched this episode and instead of getting sucked into the drama of the News or some other nonsense, this was pure magic to watch.

  • HM October 21, 2016   Reply →

    We have a responsibility as an audience and a consumer to call out when something is amiss. The media is a great example of this and the importance of questioning what does not feel true. Serge Benhayon is one such man who has done this and stood by what he feels no matter what.

  • Abby October 21, 2016   Reply →

    Serge and Rebecca are spot on about how much misogyny remains in business culture, and both genders feed off this dynamic.

  • Ariana Ray October 21, 2016   Reply →

    The witch hunt that has been going on here has had no trial – but for what crimes would there be a trial – none, for none exist.
    All there has been is barrage after barrage of vitriolic detractors and a media circus built on lies. It exposes the nonsense of the so called ‘free market.’

  • Susan Green October 22, 2016   Reply →

    We have been led to believe that what we read is the Truth, especially in the media, so when the corruption and lies are exposed and the actual Truth is presented, with no agenda what so ever, then it definitely ruffles people’s feathers. We have been so entrenched in what we think is true that it is like being stuck in the mud…. that is until someone like Serge Benhayon stands on the side and shows us that we can climb out of it and wash ourselves down.

  • Jennifer Smith October 22, 2016   Reply →

    It’s an important point that Serge raises about how some groups get publicised as being a cult when they are simply living in a way that is different from societies ‘norm’. It’s important to consider the effect that this has and why this is happening in the first place – is it calling out something harmful, or simply sensationalising?. I know for me being a part of the Universal Medicine Student Body, a world wide community, I have had to work through “I am not doing anything wrong” because of sensationalist ‘reporting’. I am simply living a life where I am becoming more responsible for all of the choices I am making and therefore I am consistently making new choices all the time. This isn’t necessarily easy for myself or others in my life, but it absolutely does not deserve to be outed as something extreme for it is definitely not that. It’s always seem a bit strange to me, although sadly not surprising that some sections of the media would target some people in this way (calling them a cult) to sell papers, and not see and report something that is a huge issue in society and call it out for the true concern that it is – this would be true reporting.

  • Gill Randall October 22, 2016   Reply →

    Serge express truth from his body to reflect the way forwards that we can all follow. No lies are going to stop him truly presenting for us all to learn and evolve.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 22, 2016   Reply →

    We need more people like Serge Benhayon who care about humanity far more than personal comfort. Individuals who are prepared to stick their neck out and express what may ruffle feathers if needed, even when the response by those who want to protect the status quo may attack, lie and conduct smear campaigns of the worst kind. Ironically such a response in itself is a confirmation of the lack of integrity, accountability and care in those exposed. I am deeply appreciative of Serge’s dedication and consistency in presenting how our true nature is to live with love, integrity, harmony, joy and deeply honouring of one another, whilst the pursuit of personal gain, achievement at the expense of others and quantity instead of true quality is championed throughout society.

  • SD October 23, 2016   Reply →

    I love the way, and it is phenomenal how, Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith can start with talking about one subject and from there cover pretty much the whole of life, to then end up back at their original topic again. This is clear evidence that everything is truly is everything and nothing is nothing, and we simply cannot talk about one thing in an isolated manner, because every subject has the potential to touch upon everything that exists. Beautiful to watch and learn from. Thank you to the SB.TV team.

    • Natallija December 10, 2016   Reply →

      I agree SD. There is so much potential to support and learn when the interviewer and the guest speaker are respectful and understanding of one another. No hidden agendas!

  • Ariana Ray October 23, 2016   Reply →

    To play dumb and kid ourselves that what we read in the media is true – who are we really kidding? We all know it’s not the truth, that there is an agenda behind all we get presented, so how can we be surprised we are lied to? Serge Benhayon is exposing the truth of the extent of those lies. We have become used to dulling our awareness so we can feel comfortable about the fact we have allowed the media to be the corrupt entity it is today. It is our responsibility, just because we dropped the ball doesn’t mean we are not responsible for dropping it and responsible for the repercussions of the ball once we drop it. Playing dumb does not save us from responsibility and it’s consequences.

  • Abby October 24, 2016   Reply →

    ‘And why lie at all?’ The media as it is today is full of lies, and everyone knows it. How did we create a demand for a source of information that can’t be trusted.

    • Victoria December 27, 2016   Reply →

      Indeed, and so it reflects the responsibility we equally hold to live in a way that reflects truth.

  • rosanna bianchini October 24, 2016   Reply →

    Serge reveals that Truth is never honestly traded, and yet truth is a fundamental necessity to any relationships whether it be commercial or personal. What Serge offers here is the call for the intelligence of the heart to be applied equally across all industries.

  • mary sanford October 24, 2016   Reply →

    As you say ‘the village knows’, and the people that have met and know Serge Benhayon know him to be a healer and a speaker of truth a man of genuine warmth and vitality. To me it is blindingly obvious that the media just want to make up sensational stories to sell their newspaper, not matter what the damage is to the people that they pillory.
    As an example, a taxi driver who is Muslim was driving me to a meeting, and he was talking to me about the shocking press Muslims get because of a few bad people. The media don’t want to publicize the fact that the majority of Muslims are actually getting on with their lives working and bringing up their children in Multicultural societies all over the world. The local people that he lives with know that he has the same inspirations as everyone else, he is no different. But when the media publish anything bad about Muslims he can feel the fear and doubt creep into the locals. They become less friendly, more wary, and this he finds very sad. It seems to me the media have a responsibility that they are not upholding, and if anyone happens to be put in their spot light as it were you are condemned with out a fair hearing or trial.

  • Ariana Ray October 24, 2016   Reply →

    The witch hunt that has been going on here has had no trial – but for what crimes would there be a trial – none for none exist.
    All there has been is barrage after barrage of a few vitriolic detractors and a media circus built on lies. It exposes the nonsense of the so called ‘free market.’

  • Alison Moir October 25, 2016   Reply →

    Love it…..where else to you hear the words tenderness and fragility, when talking about a free market and the media? What Serge presents here is that he and the student body should be studied to show that is possible to live in a way that is tender, caring and with an openess and willingness to express our fragility. At present the world is heading in the complete opposite direction and rewards those that are hard, protected and driven with little care or responsibility for the way humanity is heading. We think we are living in a free market but the truth is we are not, and this becomes apparent as soon as we do something that is not seen as ‘normal’ or no longer conforms to media’s demands. To know the truth we have to live it, and this is what Serge does, this is true freedom and the media know that with this understanding they can no longer control and hoodwink us with their lies.

  • Jeanette October 25, 2016   Reply →

    “tenderness is a form of communication”. Living with a tenderness toward oneself and thus others communicates love, communicates that there is something to trust in a world where very little supports us to trust.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 25, 2016   Reply →

    The media and science are two areas in which society has assigned a great deal of power to in informing and enlightening us about what is going on. It is astonishing that we have been paying such little attention ensuring that there are very clear guidelines for them that are properly monitored and reinforced. The level of blatant lying, fabricating and arrogant dismissal of what is actually true in order to serve personal agendas is alarming.

  • Stephen Gammack October 26, 2016   Reply →

    The description of tenderness and fragility around 24 minutes in is beautiful to hear. It feels like a reset of what these words mean, and how aggression is for many a default to cope with situations. A great question I would ask is why there is a smear campaign, why if you disagree with Universal Medicine not just ignore them, there is no imposition from anyone, merely people who have chosen to live a different normal.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 27, 2016   Reply →

    What Serge is presenting is something that I and many, if not all know to be truth – that the media can deliberately go out of their way to reinterpret, manipulate and print lies for the interest of themselves. To be able to see it for what it really is and the greater understanding that Serge is offering is what I have been longing for, for a very long time. We are the ones that create the level of abuse that we accept as normal. Any lie is a form of abuse.

  • Felix Kremer October 27, 2016   Reply →

    In the smallest of living cells business is done, the exchange of goods (molecules, proteins, mineral salts…) – our whole body expresses business. There is a divine order at play and Serge Benhayon has co-created a business-model that reflects this divine order in the business-world.

    • Jonathan Stewart November 4, 2016   Reply →

      Beautifully expressed, Felix. The business model practiced by Serge Benhayon is but the replication of the workings of the Universe.

    • Victoria December 27, 2016   Reply →

      And there the beauty lay, a co- created business on every level is one that is in harmony with all. Everything affects everything as Serge Benhayon has shown by the quality with which he lives.

  • Gill Randall October 27, 2016   Reply →

    We have changed our expression of what is true because of our investments and background and we can change the meaning of words to suit ourselves on an individual level. Serge Benhayon speaks the Truth for us all to hear, and leaves us to decide how we feel about it. It feels to me that at last we are coming out of the dark ages. Thank you SergeBenhayon.tv

  • Rowena Stewart October 28, 2016   Reply →

    Life is a constant expression of business, an eternal process of mutual exchange transmuting energy into different currencies for different purposes and back again, all reflected to us in the natural world and the workings of our bodies. Business is very much part of the natural order, what differs in our societies in general is that humanity wants to twist that natural order to suit our own desires and greed. What Serge Benhayon has established in his business is a return to the natural order of business, one that is honest, transparent, responsible. As his business has flourished, so has the support he offers the community he is inherently a part of both locally and internationally. Universal Medicine is worthy of many an acedemic study that will in time completely transform our entire understanding and implementation of business.

  • Abby October 28, 2016   Reply →

    Thank you Sergbenhayontv team for the quality of this production.

  • Monica Gillooly October 29, 2016   Reply →

    What is interesting about the coverage by the media of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine is the very blatant and obvious lies being told across various outlets and how there’s a very definite agenda there, to vilify Serge himself and those who choose to hear his presentations in particular women. It’s quite shocking to see and hear media in a ‘developed’ western country with a ‘free’ press denigrate others’ choices and indeed suggest that the women making those choices are somehow weak-willed and have been led astray – this type of paternalism is not something I’ve expected to hear and yet here it is, and in the 21st century too. What exactly is it about what Serge Benhayon that brings such a response? Could it be that he offers an understanding of how we all can live in true respect of ourselves and each other (men and women), and in doing so he shows that how we live now is far from that. This is indeed hard to hear and it asks all of us to consider how we live, and presents us with a choice, to continue as we are or to change. Media have an added responsibility here, to present facts and and allow others the freedom of choice, so yes you may not like what Serge Benhayon presents and that is your absolute choice, but you do not have the right to distort other’s choices or to present lies about someone to destroy their reputation and put others off considering what they say and present. In fact through bearing witness to this happening, my eyes have now been opened to how biased our media is, and I live in a western democracy, supposedly the most free society, so we need to look at media and how it twists and forms opinions in it’s own interests and consider that those like Serge who it vilifies may actually have something to offer us all, or at the very least for us to consider.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 29, 2016   Reply →

    Here we have Serge Benhayon calling a spade a spade. Serge is presenting the truth in what needs to be told, exposing the corruption that is slowly but surely eating away at the world. The ones involved with the corruption naturally will do what ever it takes to try and stop such exposures with no consideration for the consequences of their actions. Time will only tell.

  • Judith Andras October 29, 2016   Reply →

    As long as everybody conforms and lives the same disregard, misogyny and toughness as everybody else nobody is challenged. But the moment someone or a few start to live differently and present another way we have to ask ourselves is what we are living true and of course this will create reaction in those that are not ready to question their behaviour. It is shocking though that there are so many people in powerful positions, like the media, that are more willing to destroy the person or people challenging them than asking themselves that question.

    • Natallija November 20, 2016   Reply →

      Serge Benhayon is reflecting a potential that is still in the ‘ouch’ stage for humanity. Of course this will rattle many but the quality stands on its own and can be viewed again and again on this website.

  • Leigh Matson October 29, 2016   Reply →

    Society is formed on the interrelations of the villagers. So if we have a society that doesn’t allow or attacks the expressions of truth, be that Serge Benhayon or a man showing how tender he is or a woman showing her fragility – as a society and as individuals (as I ask myself this question) how do we live with others that supports the quality of society as it stands today or how it can be in the future? What really inspires me about Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine is now normal these truths from the body are presented, so normal that it makes integrating them into human life as it is today very practical, simple and indeed normal. And yes they are exposing but it exposes the unnatural way we have chosen to live.

  • Stephen Gammack October 30, 2016   Reply →

    I look at online forums today and I wonder how different it would be if we truly considered other people in what we say. It really is a reflection of the life we live if we feel the need to be mean or scathing or abusive about another in an online forum. What are we really saying about ourselves and how we are living. In this regard Universal Medicine is a game changer as it has supported so many people to not indulge in mean and inconsiderate behaviour but instead see that how we are in each action has an effect on everyone. Huge responsibility but also huge love on display, and isn’t love the common denominator we all crave.

  • Felix Kremer October 30, 2016   Reply →

    In the way we currently behave as consumers of entertainment, food, sports, education, health care … and the list goes on … we are actively asking to be lied to.

  • Vicky Cooke October 30, 2016   Reply →

    Another great episode, it does not feel like an interview at all but instead a sharing and deep conversation between both Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith. I am really looking forward to watching more of these. A great expose and calling out in that even though we haven’t truly got a free market or economy we seem to ‘think’ we have! But in fact there is bias and a false illusion of freedom. I loved what Rebecca shared about the Livingness being the deepest level of common sense. It is also great to discuss what tenderness is ‘Tenderness is a form of intelligence and communication’, and that men are able to show their tenderness. As well as women being in their sacredness and preciousness – ‘Are we producing a society that allows this?’ If not why not?

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 30, 2016   Reply →

    For me I have always felt the truth in what Serge Benhayon presents which has always come from the quality in the way Serge lives in. I have found it fascinating to observe over 12 years how he is in what he does and the way he communicates with someone. It is without question that this is the foundation that he stands on and where by he can deliver what he does. As he has said on numerous occasions that he is no one special, just making the loving consistent choices to have access to the Ageless Wisdom.

  • Abby October 30, 2016   Reply →

    The fact that honouring women has become something we need to re-learn and remember says a lot about the society we have created. Thank god for people like Serge Benhayon who have integrated what it means to honour women who remind us once again.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 31, 2016   Reply →

    “Allowing the consumers to be informed by the truth so that they can make the choices about the product that they are choosing.” This makes absolute sense to me. Allowing people to lie about their own products and intentions or spread rumours to put down others makes neither a free market, nor an evolved society.

  • HM November 1, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon has always seen men and women as equal – he has treated them as such, recognising the different qualities they bring. Truly respectful of humanity as a whole. It is something to deeply appreciate in a world where there is still so much separation.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 2, 2016   Reply →

    I love the fact that Serge Benhayon calls it as it is, regardless of how much flack he might get from those who don’t want to wake from their stupor or from those who don’t want their game exposed. He loves humanity far more than his own comfort. We pride ourselves of having evolved, we consider ourselves in a free market and we by and large consider bullying and intimidation something that happens in the schoolyard. But in truth how widespread is cyber bullying and false reporting by our media, how far have we evolved and how free is our free market? These are great questions to reflect on, and reflect we are invited to here in this episode.

  • mary sanford November 2, 2016   Reply →

    When I watch these episodes I feel that Serge Benhayon makes sense and is offering an alternative way to view and understand life. This way of life may not be to everyone’s liking, however I was brought up to believe that everyone was entitled to their own views and opinions as we lived in a free society, but now I question that, do we? Knowing Serge Benhayon has opened my eyes to the fact that free speech exists only if you tow the line. Step out over the line and you are marked.

  • Benkt van Haastrecht November 4, 2016   Reply →

    It is such a refreshing word that Serge Benhayon brings, we are kept in the false idea of the truly free market. It should definitely not be tainted by any holding back of information, everyone should be free to choose on the truth that is presented.

  • Carmel Reid November 4, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is willing to ‘express truth as my body knows it to be’ and because we are all the same our body can feel it and then it’s our choice to accept or fight it. Many of us avoid truth if it feels uncomfortable, but the world is not going to change if we keep burying our heads in the sand.

  • SD November 4, 2016   Reply →

    When Serge Benhayon talks, there is nothing I can see or sense at all in his movements that is trying to pull me in or hook me or convince me of anything. There is plain and simple nothing hidden or devious about his presentations. They are clearly very practical and sensible and unimposing.

  • Jonathan Stewart November 4, 2016   Reply →

    Dissolving the thin veil of the illusion that a free market world is free changes ones perception of the world and understanding of freedom. In this interview Serge Benhayon clearly and simply elucidates this understanding.

  • Carmel Reid November 4, 2016   Reply →

    ‘A free economy that is not so free’ As consumers we always have a choice as to what we can buy but the media can withhold information in a way that means our choice is not based on full information or truth. Serge Benhayon presents a philosophy and a way of healing that is being targeted by a few detractors and the sections of the media that have come on board with them, so that the general public are put off and do not try it and decide for themselves. Rather like the smear campaign of the Catholic Church in the Dark Ages when witches were persecuted, so we haven’t truly evolved. But now we are our own media – we can publish our own stories and experiences via the Internet, so more Truth is out there.

  • Hm November 4, 2016   Reply →

    If you’re going to watch Serge Benhayon on TV and have done a bit of googling then you might be asking yourself – is this man the real deal. So hats off to Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith for addressing that question head on. Universal medicine are not hiding from the accusations – they are standing up to address them and the extent to which they are not true.
    This sets a huge example for all of us to call out when something is false. We have been avoiding this in society for far too long.

  • Jennifer Smith November 4, 2016   Reply →

    That first question that Rebecca asks is a great question, especially in reference to those bringing new ways or new ideas forward only to be criticised. It’s interesting to ponder on this and consider that if we are being criticised for bringing the new then maybe all that is, is a confirmation that we are on the right track and is not really a criticism at all, but someone actually saying I wish that was me instead. The sad thing is in reference to this, isn’t necessarily that someone’s ideas are being poo poo’d, but that a) it can get personal and b) that this can end up being believed by others and then retold, even without the others knowing anything about you in the first place. It always just confirms to me that there is more to a story than what we are being told.

  • rosanna bianchini November 6, 2016   Reply →

    The might we use to choose to stop a truth that has the potential to change our lifestyle is huge, employed so that we are not jolted from the comfort we have conveniently built our lives around. Companies produce products that their market audience want, known from market research, therefore what we are commonly and inevitably presented with is more of the same, nothing changes and no evolution is offered or accepted. What Serge offers is a product that can bring change; and that is not always embraced.

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 7, 2016   Reply →

    Absolutely, if we were studied for how we are choosing to live and the quality that we are connecting to, people would understand why hundreds of people have made this their priority in life. The teachings of the Ageless Wisdom is the basis of what Serge Benhayon lives and teaches and they are all encompassing – absolutely everyone can access it if they so choose to go there.

  • Tricia Nicholson November 7, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon TV is an amazing experience to listen to and watch . It is revolutionary and brings real integrity and truth with a harmony and joyful interactions of Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith and real addressing of what is going on. The speaking up and calling out of what needs to be seen and exposed with truth is so refreshing and brings a clarity to what we all know inside but is not what we are fed by journalism business and every aspect of the world.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 8, 2016   Reply →

    In a society that claims to be evolving, in which organisations jostle to show themselves the most customer and service oriented, where millions are invested on PR and personnel training to portray the image of caring about the customers, we have Serge Benhayon who offers simple, deeply honouring and inspiring truths that can be adopted to deepen the care and service offered for real – and it is for free! He has a long track record of living what he speaks, with thousands of people testifying to this fact. This is obviously deeply challenging to some as demonstrated by the atrocious lies and smear campaigns of the media. Yet what is so gorgeous and characteristic of Serge Benhayon is that nothing stops his dedication to offer true service to the world, so he will carry on speaking the deeply caring words of wisdom. He will continue to show a reflection of the love and integrity he chooses to live. And people like me and you have an opportunity to observe and realize that THIS is the reflection of our own true essence.

  • Ingrid Ward November 9, 2016   Reply →

    If there was ever a champion for equality for women, Serge Benhayon is it, and for this I am so very appreciative. But what I appreciate the most is that his support comes from the way he lives, the equal way he treats all women he comes into contact with, and it is not from any agenda to get recognition and attention. He lives the truth of what he presents in every single moment; now that to me is a true champion.

  • Stephen Gammack November 9, 2016   Reply →

    That “free economy that is not so free” envelops our whole lives. I notice it more and more in the news feeds and how on social media we are gaining alternative sources of news and getting to see how little is truthfully reported without agenda and bias in our so called free press. There is so much corruption which clouds our view of the world. Universal Medicine are a perfect case in point, utterly harmless and potentially of benefit to millions if not billions and yet not reported respectfully and truthfully, instead targeted with malice and lies. Present the truth and let the people decide.

  • Carmel Reid November 11, 2016   Reply →

    Mysogyny is rife in societies, religions and cultures all around the world. The way Serge Benhayon talks about women invites us to appreciate a tenderness and delicateness that women themselves have been largely unaware of and try to hide with a tough hard shell designed for survival. He also invites men to feel their own tenderness and that shows us all how hard we have been brought up to be and how differently we can be with each other.

  • Samantha Davidson November 12, 2016   Reply →

    Misrepresentation is not something new, however I have not paid so much attention to it, as I have over the last few years, I have become more responsible, it is amazing how twisted interpretations can become. I have known of and experienced Universal Medicine for years, around 8, and it has proved to be consistently amazing, professional and supportive.

  • Jeanette November 12, 2016   Reply →

    So many people now living against the trend of mysogyny, hatred, depression, illness and disease. So many people living in a way that does no harm, who are learning to be open, transparent, more loving, more productive and committed to their work and workplaces, having family relationships which are harmonious and inspiring. The list goes on and on and on. These are things worth reporting on. Loving sergebenhayon.tv for its wisdom here and for claiming back the free market.

  • Jennifer Smith November 12, 2016   Reply →

    It’s interesting to ponder on how, in sections of the media, only part of a story is told or in the case of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine straight out lies were told, without any thought of what the ripple effects of this is. But it’s not just about Serge or Universal medicine, it’s how sections of the media are in what they present to the world and the quality of what is presented. it’s obvious that there are many intentions in some cases, other than that of simply telling a story, so we as consumers need to be very discerning in what we read and then accept.

  • Stephen Gammack November 12, 2016   Reply →

    I can really understand how tenderness and being tender can make someone more intelligent. Being in tenderness opens up my awareness of what is going on around me and allows me to read situations with much more time and space. If I was to see an unintelligent way of acting is to be in reaction then it makes perfect sense that being tender means being open and less reactive to whatever is occurring. A beautiful philosophy and its such a support to hear this explained and embodied so fully by Serge.

  • Stephanie Stevenson November 12, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon’s business has been built through word of mouth and has grown beyond measure by the truth of what consistently presents from the truth of his own body, the truth that is a collective truth to all.

  • Jeannette Goldberg November 12, 2016   Reply →

    Lack of unbiased research, and private agendas are the antithesis of good, fair and just journalism, and it is often very dangerously wielded. Universal Medicine however is laying a step towards reclaiming our right to honest and truthful reporting.

  • Gill Randall November 12, 2016   Reply →

    Serge has a great understanding from his whole body experience, describing the beauty of the true meaning of words like tenderness and fragility. He brings a great teaching that we can learn to live as women and men equally in our tenderness in a community where we live from our bodies, not our minds.

  • Natallija November 13, 2016   Reply →

    TV watching with loving honesty and humbleness. Definitely on my favourite re- run list!

  • Aimee Edmonds November 13, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon has certainly brought back equality between women and men and how we should all be honoured deeply for who we are. It shows where we are at if this stands out in such a huge way as it does, and some are reacting and attacking. For me I had never met a man like Serge before, who didn’t want anything from me and completely treated me with the utmost respect, love and understanding.

  • Stephanie Stevenson November 13, 2016   Reply →

    I love the simplicity and the wisdom that flows forth in Serge Benhayon TV with Rebecca Asquith’s unique way of interviewing. Their daily living way reflects the truth for all to see on this TV event – of men and women working together without perfection being needed, and with a highly responsible way of living in general, including relationships – all from love. The Way of The Livingness, – that is going against the trend of the accepted norm of disharmony, hardness and living less than the truth that we all are, innately so. People in every walk of life can benefit from these and businesses can develop a new foundation based on people not greed.

  • Stephanie Stevenson November 14, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon and his family offer an exemplary, living proof of the way that it is possible to be in every aspect of life, including very successful in business – the constant reflection of harmony and flow by putting people first, rather than the usual cut-throat arena of the business sector needs to be studied rather than attempted to be destroyed by sensation-seeking media who continue to print lies and untruths about this humble family man.
    “The truth will be in the living quality of the people”

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 15, 2016   Reply →

    Every single conversation with Serge Benhayon is a reminder that our true expression is the deepest level of love. The underlying message is the same regardless of the topic discussed. The way he relates to people is a confirmation that we are all multidimensional beings, deeply connected, aware, sensitive and caring of one another. Most of us have either forgotten this or have given up on it. The opportunity offered for everyone to reclaim the truth of who we are is invaluable. This level of responsibility and truly serving humanity is sorely needed in our media.

  • Stephen Gammack November 15, 2016   Reply →

    Our relationships with one another seems governed by our media, we are very much coerced into living according to very set measures of normality. If you do something outside the those “norms” you get labelled, and yet how we live globally doesn’t make sense, we relate to one another in a more brutal and unforgiving way than ever even via the world web. So to see Serge Benhayon and to have heard him speak for 5 years in complete common sense against those normal parameters shows me how manipulative and deceitful much of what is presented to us through the media, and how the philosophy he presents is actually very attractive and very accessible and might just offer an answer to our malaise of social and health problems that dominate our global communities.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 31, 2017   Reply →

      Yes the level of care and decency has been plummeting across society while we have been settling for a lack of responsibility, accountability and regard for others as a norm. Hearing Serge Benhayon call it as it is and with the deepest level of love, understanding and tenderness offer a reminder of the truth of our essence and the responsibility that each of us hold is wake up call sent from Heaven.

  • Ariana Ray November 16, 2016   Reply →

    ‘This episode explores the lack of accountability in media that impacts the very fabric of community and society.’ And much needed it is. To have this exposed from every angle with every repercussion and consequence explored – for the rot the media is operating in must be exposed to see the lies and calumny they have aligned to. It is for us to make the call that this is not acceptable and Serge Benhayon is leading the way here.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 17, 2016   Reply →

    It appears to me like a catch 22. There is gross irresponsibility by the media in their complacency and at time refusal in reporting the full picture that bring about a more harmonious and responsible understanding. But also from our end as readers: by and large most of us know that at present what we read in the papers can not all be trusted as the whole ‘truth’. So who buys the papers and gives the green light for them to carry on as they have been? We the public! We are ALL responsible and the sooner any of us wherever we are in the cycle start to speak with love and responsibility as Serge Benhayon here is, the sooner the trend can start to change.

  • Ariana Ray November 17, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is exposing for all the truth of ‘the new innovator bullying, cyber abuse and press abuse and takes a look ‘behind the news’ at the business – this will change business for the world – showing a new way of serving in the world – for service is what business is all about.

  • Jennifer Smith November 17, 2016   Reply →

    I love what Serge shares about respecting and treating men and women equally. Just reflecting on the many presentations I have been to and it is correct. There is never an ounce of judging men or women. I have been part of many conversations where one gender is having a go at the other. Men are like this or women are like that. I have to say I have always felt uncomfortable with that, especially with the broad sweeping generalisations that are made on a gender, perhaps because of a particular experience they have had. But we need to look at how successful this has made us as a society and really if we have anyone that is considered less then it hasn’t. Respect and a willingness to understand each other would be a good place to begin.

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 20, 2016   Reply →

    Serge is presenting and exposing what we have been living that is completely irresponsible with our manifestations that speaks volumes with war, abuse, natural disasters, ill-ness and dis-ease and the list goes on. So if we are asked to be accountable for the life that we have created I’ve observed many want to run for the hills and in the process even try to shut down the source that is exposing them.

  • Shami November 23, 2016   Reply →

    The way that Serge Benhayon talks about misogyny, makes me stop and take a closer look at some of the industries and institutions that we still have around us today which are perhaps not so respectful towards women, which again makes me stop and wonder why it is that we still have such inequality between us. Not just in a financial way, but just through the respect and honouring of each other.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 24, 2016   Reply →

    Why are we on mass feeding on a media that is entertaining us by fabricating and recycling stories that encourage mistrust, complacency, blame, irresponsibility, voyeurism, separation…. when humanity needs all the support we can get so that we all wake up to the truth? A reminder that we are each equal divine beings, with the deepest level of love, sensitivity and awareness, that we are all deeply connected to one another and to the whole universe, that we can each have access to the deepest wisdom and we are responsible for our choices which all impact the whole fabric of life.
    Truth is nothing to do with right or wrong, it unites us all and invites us to return to the glory of the original expression we have deviated from.

  • mary sanford November 25, 2016   Reply →

    The people on the street are the villages so to speak, and those people that have met Serge Benhayon seem to come to an understanding that he actually does know what he is talking about and that unlike politicians and the media he has no axe to grind, he is beholden to no one, has no invested interest in outcomes – he just tells the truth and then it’s up to the people to decide. How refreshing is that in a world that is dictated to by the big corporations and (sponsored) ‘science based evidence’ that actually leads us down the proverbial garden path going nowhere.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 29, 2017   Reply →

      It is indeed refreshing to see someone express so candidly about the state of our world without a personal agenda or drive for an outcome, but simply calling it as it is with such accuracy as well as a great deal of care, understanding and love of people. Sadly many of us have given up on having this level of love and integrity expressed in the world, I certainly had until I met Serge Benhayon. But thanks to him many hundreds of people have been re-igniting the same qualities in their own lives and the trend is changing.

  • Jennifer Smith November 26, 2016   Reply →

    I was just pondering on what Serge was sharing about the truth not really being discussed or traded, with everyone having a vested interest. I do not work in private business, so profit is not the driver. What’s interesting though to see is that there are still vested interests, especially when change is being called for. From my own experience I have seen that I have been invested in how I see things, how I see the world, how I see what I do and how I do it. In the last 12 months I have been working in another position, which has given me a completely other view, which has in a sense allowed me to step back and see everything from a completely other perspective. I have to say that it has been deeply shocking at times, especially when I have realised what my investments have been. However I am profoundly grateful for this, for I can see how much I have grown at work and in my own practice. I am also grateful for the immediate support around me, that has allowed me to see what I have needed to see, share that with honesty, supported my reflections and therefore supported me to grow. It’s not always easy to see how comfortable we can become in our own ways and the rot that sets in because of it. But it’s certainly worthwhile working our way through it and seeing the truth that is being presented.

  • Samantha England November 29, 2016   Reply →

    For too long the media have dominated public opinion often based on lies and manipulation to suit their own agenda. The way that Serge Benhayon has handle lies and allegations thrown at him is an inspiration to us all.

  • Ariana Ray December 3, 2016   Reply →

    ‘And why lie at all?’ is a great question we need to be asking of the media. Why are we not calling for accountability in the media? Serge Benhayon is such an amazing example of integrity that is second to none. No wonder the media is shown up for all it’s corruption in the light of such integrity, for a bright light always exposes what tries to remain hidden.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 3, 2016   Reply →

    Do we rely on mass media and social media for ‘entertainment’ or for ‘news’? Do we approach it with a need so when that need is satisfied we don’t bother checking the quality and integrity of the rest of the package? I have noticed deliberate avoidance by the media in openly reporting on actual ills of society which require greater responsibility from us all, whilst there is widespread use of false and sensational stories fabricated in order to entertain, incite emotions and gain traffic. But since a great deal of focus is on best manipulating the public to sell more papers or bump up traffic, our choices also matter enormously. It is US THE PUBLIC that encourage or discourage the trend of irresponsibility and unaccountability that is prevalent in our media and throughout society.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 4, 2016   Reply →

    I love the truth and the clearness spoken with love in those episodes with Serge Benhayon.

  • Samantha England December 4, 2016   Reply →

    This is a great expose on an industry that has channelled evil for too long. The media industry has a huge responsibility to report the truth yet for many journalists it is about recognition and getting the story out with little regard to what is really true.

  • Ariana Ray December 5, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon has certainly been at the forefront of ‘championing of true equality for women. He has always treated women as equal, not in terms how how much we can ‘do’, but in the beauty of who we innately all are. To have it spoken about here is gorgeous, and yes people may react to it, but the truth of how he champions the sacredness of women needs to be told.

    • Fiona Cochran December 26, 2016   Reply →

      You can feel the equality between Rebecca Asquith and Serge Benhayon in this interview, which feels so refreshing to watch.

  • Gill Randall December 5, 2016   Reply →

    Serge exposes the misogyny still deeply embedded in our society and I can feel this is many many centuries old. He shows us through the whole body mindedness way he lives, that despite our imperfections, we can learn to live a better quality of life together. I love the definitions of tenderness he gives that it is a form of intelligence, understanding, and communication that brings us towards harmony in our relationships living together in a community. The truth of tenderness is felt in our bodies.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 6, 2016   Reply →

    To understand in what kind of lie we live as a society is the first step to eventually make a step to honesty and truth. Serge Benhayon presents the truth and offers through this true healing for everybody.

  • Vicky Cooke December 6, 2016   Reply →

    The media’s role should be to provide transparency, not control and bastardise the truth. ‘We haven’t evolved from the dark ages’ I agree we should all seriously reflect on this. If you allow yourself to observe, be willing to be open and not judge others it is amazing what is revealed to you. That is when we start to give space for true truth. It is great to learn about the free market and communism I do not know much about this and this was clearly explained and made simple to understand. In a truly free market everyone should be able to live how they choose to live (as long as it is not harming another) and in the end the lived quality and choices made will be felt and seen. Serge is right we currently do not have a free market if people point a finger, blame and lie with regards to others. It is great when things are explained with no hidden agenda and this is how Serge not only explains things but lives … there is absolutely no hidden agenda. Every person has a right to know the truth without a hidden agenda. Serge also treats all women, men and children with deep respect. He is a truly and deeply beautiful man indeed. A community ‘Sharing with each other their preciousness’ .. how beautifull is that! That is so gorgeous and from experience I know this is true. A great reflection to the world that this way of life can be lived in the world.

  • Samantha England December 7, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is a living example of how to handle the media. For to long we have allowed lies, manipulation, hatred and blame to come from our daily media feeding the masses poison. If we want to truly live in a harmonious world we need to become far more selective and discerning of the media we read.

  • Shami December 8, 2016   Reply →

    Such a great point that Serge Benhayon makes about the fact that we – people – are not stupid. Because we do all know when something is working and when it is not. We each have the ability to discern true harm and true healing. I guess the difficulty comes when there are variations on the meaning of the word harm – variations which give a spectrum of definitions, and thus what is harming for one person may not be so for another. This can in turn create an environment of confusion about what real harm is, and this can lead to us feeling unsure of what is harming and what is not – thus – true harm is able to slip past unnoticed, while true healing gets mislabelled according to a spectrum that it has no part of.

  • Ariana Ray December 8, 2016   Reply →

    ‘The championing of true equality for women, not just talked about, but lived, has never been more publicly available than it is through the work of Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon.’ And true equality it is – for there is nothing in the teachings, presentations and modalities of Serge Benhayon that does not support and honour the sacredness of women.

    • Victoria December 27, 2016   Reply →

      True Ariana, there is a respect and understanding of the truth we men and women offer each other. Women returning to living in connection with sacredness bring a much called for reflection in our world.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 10, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon has a well established business based on love and truth. What is there going on in people telling lies? What is the sense of telling lies? Why are some people are deliberately trying to harm others? It does not make sense for species who call themselves intelligent.

  • Nico van Haastrecht December 10, 2016   Reply →

    We do not have the free marked we think we have. We are controlled by many institutions and when truth is brought by new and fresh businesses they are treated in a way to make them to conform to the old as it is uncomfortably disturbing the status quo that was there before and brought a way of comfort to all. A comfortable way of life is not a value that should be strived for as life is about love and equality and to serve mankind based on these values, and in that the so called ‘comfortable’ status quo does in fact not have a place to exist.

  • Kylie Jackson December 11, 2016   Reply →

    This is TV as is should be – exposing what is not true in this world – no sensationalism or hype – just the absolute truth as it is.

  • rosanna bianchini December 11, 2016   Reply →

    Vested personal interest in a business, commodity or service is the ingredient that robs us from having products and services that will benefit our communities and all equally.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 11, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is forever inviting us to deepen our understanding, awareness and responsibility in life. The question at the end of the day becomes not are we such stupendous, tender, powerful, aware, loving beings, but whether we have a society that crushes or encourages the expression of this innate essence.

  • Ariana Ray December 11, 2016   Reply →

    ‘Derogatory pulp fiction’ sums up the type of social media used against Universal Medicine. There is no integrity and no investigative journalism going on, only capitalising on how much rubbish can be squashed into the limited lines they can print. Social media is reduced to pulp media.

  • Kathleen Baldwin December 14, 2016   Reply →

    In this episode Serge Benhayon not only exposes the falseness of the so called ‘free’ market but also inspires both men and women alike to truly be themselves despite what has been laid on them by the media. I have never heard anyone else talk so freely of the sacredness of a woman and the tenderness of a man.

  • Ariana Ray December 15, 2016   Reply →

    To be yourself in your true essence – no matter what social media decides you are, or tries to tell the world who you are – that is Grace walking through this planet. For as Serge Benhayon exposes, we are not what the media tell us we are. The media has it’s own agend. For us, our agenda is to be our true essence in the world. Regardless of what others say or do.

  • Vicky Geary December 17, 2016   Reply →

    Have you ever seen or felt someone speak with so much love, presence, truth and integrity? Neither had I until I met Serge Benhayon. Immediately I remembered that I too know what truth is.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 18, 2016   Reply →

    I love the way Serge Benhayon consistently calls it as it is. There is no making wrong or even demand and expectation of a change, but always the most tender and loving reflection of our true essence and a reminder that love, harmony and responsibility is our true foundation.

  • Rebecca Briant December 19, 2016   Reply →

    The words ‘Free press’ or ‘free media’ is probably the biggest lie of the 20th century – a very obvious and easily exposed lie, but one we time and time again turn blind eyes to. The evidence of the media’s bias and false reporting stacks up in all corners of the world, and yet we continue to shape our views and ideas around that which is printed in the press. What accountability do we as the consumers of this mass media hold to the people producing it – is our call for more on mass entertainment, stimulation and scandal, or for truth, integrity and transparency?

  • Jenny McGee December 19, 2016   Reply →

    This presentation on the media and the ‘free market’ asks us as consumers to go deeper in our understanding of what is at play here and what responsibility we have in what we choose to buy and watch and read. Rather than just consume news or entertainment what is the energies and influences at play.

  • Ariana Ray December 20, 2016   Reply →

    I love how this episode exposes ‘the lack of accountability in media that impacts the very fabric of community and society.’ For exposing it is very necessary if we are to move from the current position of the media, for evolution is called for, but will the media respond or entrench themselves further?

  • Vicky Geary December 21, 2016   Reply →

    This is the future of TV and broadcast – the truth being spoken that speaks for all.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 22, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon TV is the real deal. It is true, it is confirming and full of wisdom.

  • Ariana Ray December 24, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is living the future, he also happens to be living love and truth and that is clearly annoying those who are invested in the exact opposite, it’s too exposing. For me, yes I find truth and love exposing but bring it on – I would rather be exposed for not being truth and love than to go through life with neither.

  • Ariana Ray December 25, 2016   Reply →

    Exposing the media for what they have chosen is much needed and here, Serge Benhayon is doing a world class job of showing us exactly what has been going on and continues to occur. Bring it on Serge!

  • Fiona Cochran December 26, 2016   Reply →

    How have we managed to allow an industry to get away with printing lies by protecting those that are telling the lies. Surely this doesn’t make sense?

  • Fiona Cochran December 26, 2016   Reply →

    What better way to get the truth out than to produce your own media when so much of traditional media is seemingly fixated in telling lies.

  • Victoria December 27, 2016   Reply →

    It is not like we don’t know about the spin and lies the media wield, yet if there is an acceptance of it or lack of care for truth it is ourselves that we need to be focusing on too, as we create the need that is then fed. It is the responsibility it calls forth that inspires, and this is where the true power lay. Will we accept that we are all a part of what we see playing out around us? I love the straightforward honesty in this interview, without judgement.

  • Vicky Geary December 28, 2016   Reply →

    It doesn’t matter what topic Serge Benhayon presents on, I am always left with new awareness about life. It is real, it is practical and it is always inspiring as it is a constant reminder that there is so much more to what we see.

  • Ariana Ray January 1, 2017   Reply →

    Here Serge Benhayon exposes the lac of ‘ accountability in media that impacts the very fabric of community and society’, but he also shows just how the media can stop their harming ways, for every aspect of his life is about accountability, you cannot but learn what it is to be accountable from this man. So media sources and journalists – read up and change your lives for all time.

  • Ariana Ray January 2, 2017   Reply →

    Universal Medicine and the Media – Serge Benhayon is writing a new chapter in the life of the media, he is showing them how to have integrity and honour as opposed to crawling with lies, manipulation and greed. Here they have the opportunity to see something different, and we get the opportunity to see the media exposed for how they currently are behaving. They have the opportunity to feel there is another way to live, or stay entrenched in their rot.

  • Ariana Ray January 6, 2017   Reply →

    Wouldn’t it be amazing to have a media that supported truth and evolution – one day we will see that, instead of the lies and calumny they currently heap upon the world. With this TV series that day will come faster because Serge Benhayon has broken the consciousness they are held in – now it is for all of us to claim the truth of what is exposed here.

  • Samantha Davidson January 7, 2017   Reply →

    I have really had a wake up call concerning the media, and observing how it has treated and misrepresented Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon. I knew that it was not always true in how it worked, but to see the length of lies and scandalous propaganda that had come to attack Universal Medicine, an organisation I now have over 9 years experience of, has been shocking. We all need to feel the quality of what is being shared, not just go on words and images. This SB TV is awesome, feel the quality.

  • Natalie Hawthorne January 10, 2017   Reply →

    Interesting how the example that Serge presents of the small village and people that were offering support and healing were called witches and hundreds of years on the same thing is playing out – the only thing that has changed is the word to cult. We as a society must be pretty dis-connected and checked out for no evolution to have occurred and in doing so we have devolved further away from how we naturally are.

  • Ariana Ray January 12, 2017   Reply →

    The support that has been offered by Serge Benhayon has been second to none and for this he has been pilloried in social media – it does have parallels to the hideous and barbaric witch hunts in the middle ages. Here we are in so called ‘civilised times’ and what do we have – a witch hunt of totally unacceptable proportions that has been supported by the press. This indicates that society has not evolved at all, but is stuck in accepting and supporting abuse.

  • HM January 13, 2017   Reply →

    I love what is shared here about ‘when one body speaks the truth it actually speaks on behalf of all bodies’ – we may not realise just how connected we all are and how much we reflect to others but this sentence captures it pretty well.

  • Shami January 13, 2017   Reply →

    It’s interesting how Serge Benhayon talks about the freedom to choose that we all have, such as the freedom to form groups in which we all share equal values, or the freedom to select the healing practitioners we go to to support our life’s work. This level of freedom is seen by him so clearly, and yet it is not so obvious perhaps that we are all actually living this freedom with some pockets of the media industry set on its intent to dictate what and how we should all live.

  • Gill Randall January 16, 2017   Reply →

    There is a huge difference from what the media portrayed about Serge Benhayon and the reality from the people on the ground, as shown in the Unimedliving.com website. Serge shows an equality to women by holding us all truly equal, and as for being a man hater, I have witnessed intimate men’s groups initiated by Serge Benhayon. He holds us all, offering a quality of universal love to us to show us how we can be with each other.

  • Ariana Ray January 17, 2017   Reply →

    I was on a plane recently and had the opportunity to feel what it was like to dose yourself up with TV, it felt like the whole plane had eaten dozens of doughnuts. And then there is Serge Benhayon TV – a whole different matter – that is like having fresh air blowing into the room. No doughnuts here, just love and truth.

  • rosanna bianchini January 17, 2017   Reply →

    It’s really interesting to out the modern day version of stigmatizing someone with the label of ‘witch’, with the now current version, ‘cult’. Both are aimed to imply evil and wrong-doing. Back in the day it was the Church that held the power to persuade, today it is the media too. This just serves to show a new seat of power when it comes to influencing the majority.

  • Fiona Pierce January 17, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon genuinely supports women to reconnect with their innate worth, going against the many ideals and beliefs that we are bombarded with every day through the media, adverts, fashion and so forth. It’s exposing for the press that has lied about him and lambasted him for doing the opposite when it couldn’t be further from the truth.

  • Fiona Pierce January 21, 2017   Reply →

    Seeing Serge Benhayon be lied about in the smear campaign against him opened my eyes to just how much corruption there is in our media. But more than that seeing the way that he has consistently responded to it all, always staying open, showing he has nothing to hide and not ever attacking back has been a huge inspiration to me.

  • Ariana Ray January 21, 2017   Reply →

    Most of us live our lives to fit into the world we live in. Serge Benhayon simply lives his life to be love. No media attack has bent him out of shape, made him shrink and falter he is still love and is love equally to all. His whole way of life is geared to be love and that is who he is in it’s every aspect, unchanging and unalterable. Simply a living inspiration of what love truly is. It must drive the media crazy that he is more love now than when they started to write their lies about him – that must be totally galling for them. It just goes to show that love is more powerful than lies.

  • Stephen Gammack January 22, 2017   Reply →

    Accountability in media, something that we lack currently, but who is to blame, is it only the journalists and the news corporations, or does the corruption that allows lying in media, particularly in journalism, but endemic through all forms, arise from our own apathy and disinterest in truth. After all media feeds us what we eat, stop eating it and the feed changes. Is it that simple, perhaps not but it a cracking good start.

  • Ariana Ray January 24, 2017   Reply →

    What is on offer here for anyone and everyone in the field of media is remarkable. This is true evolution. He is showing how to live with people first, with integrity and truth above all other considerations. He is showing them and us, to be love first and last and everything else in between. Putting people, love and truth first is the only way to be a journalist and all journalists have a great deal to learn from Rebecca Asquith, who shines as a great example of a journalist who made that choice.

  • adam warburton January 25, 2017   Reply →

    When I originally witnessed the attacks on Universal Medicine, I was quite naive as to the true state of affairs regarding our press. I was under the illusion that we had the due process to deal with such misrepresentation. But the truth is we don’t. And so I say to the media, tell me, whilst you are there overlooking government and the corporate world as society’s watchdog, who is there overlooking you? For surely you do not proclaim that the press and the media is immune to the same forces of corruption it seeks to expose?

  • Samantha England January 25, 2017   Reply →

    The media have been one of the biggest spreaders of Evil since day dot. The media are responsible for so much hatred and blame and we are responsible for letting it happen when we have know all along much of what we need is not true or unnecessary.

  • Samantha Davidson January 27, 2017   Reply →

    I love what is shared here about equality and women. It has been my experience with the contact I have had with Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon, that equality, is felt and lived deeply. As a woman this is truly honouring and healing to experience.

  • Ariana Ray January 28, 2017   Reply →

    What ever is the purpose of the media? What are they for? I once thought they could truthfully inform us as to what is happening in the world, but watching what they have done to Serge Benhayon over the years has shown me how naive I was. My observations tell me that many write their own stories and seem to care not who they attempt to, or do, destroy in the process. They create something that is full of lies and deception to suit their purposes. There is no care about informing or serving humanity, the story only serves themselves.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 29, 2017   Reply →

    We have for far too long been complacent in accepting a lack of honesty, integrity and care from the media, politicians and even in business dealings. Most of us have even given up that anything different can take place. Serge Benhayon is a great role model in how expression can be unifying and empowering. He tirelessly calls it as it is, expressing in a way that exposes the ills without inciting reaction, with great care, offering insights and wisdom that provide a geater understanding and inspire a deeper sense of responsibility.

  • Ariana Ray February 1, 2017   Reply →

    We are so used to the subtle and the not so subtle criticism of the media it seems as normal as breathing. It is force fed into us as we grow, into our parents as they have parented us. Alongside the demands of the world, saying we should do this and be that, look like this and not like that, there is little wonder at the overwhelm of the impact of the media. None of the images we have as to what we should look like or act like are true, but this is what the media represent. You could say we have been fed lies from day one from a media that have promoted such lies for their own gain. The sheer force of such lies on how we live is beyond measure, but measure we can do by the poor mental and physical health of people globally. We have allowed a world to be created that makes us sick in mind and body and allowed that world to function. The media have much to be held accountable for and much that needs to be stopped in it tracks, for the tracks are leading us into a shockingly poor state of livingness that is doing nothing to heal the ills of the world, only harm them further.

  • Rebecca Briant February 2, 2017   Reply →

    Reading a facinating booked called ‘Manufacturing consent’ as a addition to my degree and it is amazing how clearly we can break down the monopoly of the media and smash the idea of free media, free speech. It is a carefully constructed farce in many ways, one we have all bought into. That is not to say the media isnt an amazing tool, but in general because of its foundational set up that is not how it is used.

  • Natalie Hawthorne February 2, 2017   Reply →

    I love the clarity Serge Benhayon brings and how free choice is not actually what is on offer in todays world. Wouldn’t the world be different if it didn’t have the media and corruption going on and that we all chose to feel what everything was and if it felt true to us or not. This would certainly turn the tables and is very much needed.

  • Shami February 2, 2017   Reply →

    We do have the words ‘cult’ and ‘cult leader’ for a very specific purpose, these words are designed to expose certain individuals or groups of people who are living in a way that is very particular in its harm towards themselves and others. These words are powerful in that they can expose such practises which should not be allowed or accepted in our communities, however, the danger is when we do not use these words responsibly, and brandish them towards whomever we feel is wayward according to our own agenda or desires. When in truth – the words ‘cult’ and ‘cult leader’ are to be used very carefully and with absolute precision to exactly call out what is there to be exposed. These words do not apply to Universal Medicine or Serge Benhayon, as can be clearly seen by this interview.

  • Stephen Gammack February 6, 2017   Reply →

    The discomfort of knowing someone is speaking truth but it doesn’t fit in with the way we want to live almost always leads to that person speaking truth being attacked. And of course in this society there is always a point of view we can find to justify just about anything and always others we can enjoin to normalise what we do, even when we know what we do is not loving or caring of ourselves or those around us.

  • Rebecca Briant February 6, 2017   Reply →

    Fascinating insights into the modern day witch hunt – the perfect way to ostracize a person or a group from society with a few labels guaranteed to garner the desired reaction.

  • Rebecca Briant February 6, 2017   Reply →

    The media has an amazing power of censorship – in the way it reports and the angle it chooses to take it can leave out anything it wants, or it can make a subject centre stage but in such a way that not an ounce of truth is told and therefor it is equally censored.

  • Ariana Ray February 9, 2017   Reply →

    Everything that comes from Serge Benhayon is ‘not just talked about, but lived’. That is why it pure gold. He doesn’t just talk the talk, he walks the walk, his walk, The Way Of The Livingness – that is the pure gold of the universe. Live it and all that understanding will be ours too.

  • Kerstin Salzer February 12, 2017   Reply →

    I was captured by the words ‘institutional way of thinking’ when I listened to the 3rd episode. How often do I hear statements of society or government or other institutions and I know they are not true. Probably many people think or feel equally as I do and if they would understand that many people know truth and would unite, lies could not have their destructive effect and consequence anymore.

  • Ariana Ray February 15, 2017   Reply →

    The story of Universal Medicine and the media is a shocker, it is a wake up call for a profession that seems to have lost it’s way. How would it be if one person in the media were to take a stand for truth and write the real story? The ripples would be global, just one person standing for truth against the tide of lies – now that would be something to see, a ripple that would have the power to cause a tsunami.

  • Kerstin Salzer February 17, 2017   Reply →

    Talking negatively and without truth about something or somebody is abuse and has its consequences sooner or later.

  • Stephen Gammack February 18, 2017   Reply →

    We have a free and open economy where we know things are corrupt, where businesses thrive that hurt us, where those companies can run operations in hospitals. And we stay blind to the obvious, that their products can make us sick. But they of course are not to blame and are just examples, because we ourselves are apathetic to the harm that is our ‘normal’, and are not willing to hear the truth of this, which is why Serge Benhayon gets attacked, because he presents the plain and simple truth that many do not want to hear.

  • Ariana Ray February 19, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon poses the question – do we really live in a free market? A lot of people answer yes to that, but in practical real life experiences we are not seeing that. Money, greed and social media are in the same bed together, they make very bad bedfellows. Combine the 3 in one bed and you get corruption as the outcome!

  • Christoph Schnelle February 21, 2017   Reply →

    I once heard a saying that we greatly respect the writing of journalists until we read an article where the journalist writes on a subject we are expert on. It would be inevitable that we may know more than the journalist but the surprise is just how much such an article often misrepresents the facts.

  • Shami February 22, 2017   Reply →

    When journalists lied about Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon, I feel that they were selling themselves short too, because there is a great story here to be published, a story about true and inspiring transformation, which they could have been a part of, but chose not to, which is their right of course, it’s just obvious – to me anyway – that there was so much more on offer which they chose not to accept.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh March 27, 2017   Reply →

      Very true Shami. The media could have reported so many inspiring stories which were handed to them on a plate and they chose to give airplay to a cyber abuser’s fabrications instead. Astonishing. Just now I was considering how many articles could be written using this one interview alone. It covers so many inspiring areas.

  • Ariana Ray February 23, 2017   Reply →

    I have been overhearing conversations amongst people at work and in the community recently about how much we are lied to by the media. Serge Benhayon is exposing this at it root level and the world is talking about the lies and corruption of the media – I wonder when the media will catch up and listen? They are so far behind in terms of evolution they don’t even notice they are living in the dark ages.

  • Kerstin Salzer February 24, 2017   Reply →

    This is a sad story, that often there are found more lies in media than truth.
    The media is a medium which would be able to change the world if there would be truth and honesty.

  • Kerstin Salzer February 25, 2017   Reply →

    It is interesting how our society can be tricked by the belief we are having a free market when in truth it is the opposite through the abuse of the media telling people what they should do and shouldn’t do.

  • Ariana Ray February 26, 2017   Reply →

    When you have a man of truth looking at you in the eyes and walking by your side in life, it is time to celebrate and time to stand up for such living embodiment of truth. Serge Benhayon exposes what is not truth because he lives truth each day. It is with this authority that he walks through life and we can walk with him or push him away with lies and deceit.
    He is an open book for all to read, it is there for all to see. Why choose lies as the media do when you can walk with such a man through life. From experience I can tell you that this man is worth walking with.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh March 28, 2017   Reply →

      The world and people’s lives are a far cry from the glory that is our true essence. It would make sense for this to prompt a more dedicated commitment to at least consider when someone presents a different way and shows by example the magnificence that is our true birth right.

      The fact that from some quarters such as the media instead of an open discussion or even a sensible disagreement, we have lies, slanders and attacks displays how far humanity is currently lost to itself. Thank God I say for individuals like Serge Benhayon whohave not ever given up on humanity.

  • Christoph Schnelle February 27, 2017   Reply →

    One of the more interesting aspects of this media storm has been the large number of transparent lies being printed – lies that were obvious to the journalists at the time and that are often even obvious to the reader. It is a surprising low standard that has been embraced and endorsed by the editors and proprietors of these newspapers.

  • Gill Randall March 2, 2017   Reply →

    What Serge Benhayon talks about in this episode exposes the lack of credibility and responsibility in the media. They have failed the public, the job of the media is to bring truth and facts to light, not sensational incorrect stories and lies to sell their newspapers. It exposes how far lost we have come as society to accept this behaviour. It is unacceptable .

  • Kerstin Salzer March 3, 2017   Reply →

    I feel very held by Serge Benhayon as the woman I am, but I myself often are not aware or do not choose to live this as the world around me is reflecting another picture. It is shocking how much women are suffering under lack of self worth and self appreciation and where I can see this loudly is on the many dating platforms as well as in magazines and newspapers, to name a few.

  • Ariana Ray March 3, 2017   Reply →

    ‘The championing of true equality for women, not just talked about, but lived, has never been more publicly available than it is through the work of Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon.’ And yet what do the media do with this? Trash it with all their might. If they put into action and choice just a small fraction of what Serge is presenting here, the Media would start to report what is true in life and yet instead, they choose to lie and disseminate the polar opposite of what Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon is all about – that everyone can live love in their life because we are all equally love. This is great TV – it has it all, love, expose’s and a ton of integrity to infinity and beyond.

  • Kerstin Salzer March 4, 2017   Reply →

    It is shocking how controlling and manipulative the media is concerning economie and politics. And we call this democracy and a right for free speech when in truth it is lies which are told. At least there should be an ethical and moral code of conduct which should have consequences for those telling deliberately lies publicly.

  • Natalie Hawthorne March 5, 2017   Reply →

    You can totally see what Serge is saying is true – how the witch hunt is no different to today’s world being called ‘you’re in a cult’. That having some extremest do crazy things – then everyone that is not following the normal is considered to be of the same ilk. This absolutely exposes the narrow mindedness that this is viewed upon and how set up it is for people to fall into such a way of thinking.

  • Ray Karam March 6, 2017   Reply →

    What do we do if something comes into our view that hits us with the fact we knew something but did nothing to stop what was going on or even be honest about what we had seen? You would think we would self reflect as to why we did nothing but instead the common theme is to attack to denigrate the messenger. So many have lost our radar when it comes to things like this and often believe the sensationalised story before checking the facts. We buy into the bright lights without seeing we have been blinded or startled by them. Lies are lies as always and unfortunately we live in a world that has you guilty until proven innocent but yet you can never clear yourself fully. The guilty verdict whether justified or not very rarely is lifted even though you bring the truth to it, somehow it still lingers. We need to be careful with what we read and more so how it changes how we are. I see the landscape of the world and it doesn’t look great and yet I look at the people around it and they are all great. What is missing? Our knowing of that, our ability to self reflect on what we are feeling deeply. If we keep the world on a less then skin deep level then nothing will change and you will think things and say things of people that are way off. This whole story is an example of that and we need to bring the truth to what is here and not attack the messenger or allow a sensationalised story to blind us.

  • Shami March 13, 2017   Reply →

    I really like the way that Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith explore what exactly is a free market today and the impact that media can have on it, because there is a common belief that we live in a liberal society, that has evolved to the point where everyone has the freedom to create their own life, and yet, what if we are not actually as free as we think we are? And what if there is something else pulling the strings, so to speak, in the background as it influences our choices? And what if the media is actually that governing voice, dictating what is acceptable and what is not, making us think we are choosing when actually we are only selecting from a range of certain choices it has deemed as appropriate?

  • Stephen Gammack March 14, 2017   Reply →

    If we don’t like what another is saying we can ignore what they do, we can reason, we can state an argument to counter. If something was harmful that would be worth standing up to, but even if this is the case we should never be abusive in how we stand against that we do not believe in.

  • Ariana Ray March 16, 2017   Reply →

    It seems that social media have no sense of responsibility, they have cast this to the wind in their bid to get stories at any cost and the cost to humanity is very high, for we are all realising that much of the media are absolute liars. So what is the point in having news that is perverted? Why would we ever trust media that has proved itself to be untrustworthy? The abuse of humanity by the media is being called to a halt.

  • Rebecca March 16, 2017   Reply →

    The depth and breadth of these interviews are amazing – so much is covered in just a few episodes

  • Gill Randall March 18, 2017   Reply →

    I dislike how the media have a huge force of influence in society, because what is written is often fabricated lies. We can feel how this is a set up by people with different agendas but we can all be more discerning with what we read and feel to be truth. Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith expose the fact some media do not stick to truth but have their vested interests that drive them. So obvious when it is exposed.

  • Ariana Ray March 20, 2017   Reply →

    The lies presented by media have been exposed in this episode for the irresponsible behaviour they are living. Serge Benhayon presents with integrity and truth – and what do the media do? They provide a circus of lies and a lack of any true integrity.

  • HM March 21, 2017   Reply →

    Through what Universal Medicine has presented to us – I can feel how equality in women is about women embracing themselves as equals – appreciating ourselves, connecting with who we are. This is so gorgeous and feels like a true way of coming back to who I am as a woman. If I appreciate myself and what I bring – then there is no doubt that I am equal to everyone else.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh March 23, 2017   Reply →

      HM this is a great insight. It makes so much more sense than just demanding to be given something if I am not giving it to myself.

      I have also noticed that when someone is not appreciative of themselves and considers themselves unworthy, it is really difficult to engage with them on an equal basis because they keep behaving as an unequal themselves. This and has been a great eye-opener to my own irresponsibility when I act less than all that I am.

  • Ariana Ray March 22, 2017   Reply →

    I love how the lack of accountability in media that impacts the very fabric of community and society is so exposed in this episode. Serge Benhayon TV is going to a whole new level of accountability, calling the media to be accountable for their heinous actions.

  • Shirley-Ann Walters March 23, 2017   Reply →

    It feels great to hear Serge Benhayon expressing here about what is true expression, what feels right in our bodies and to be reminded that what is true in the real meaning of that word is true for all. I have just expressed in an email very much this, what is true, that I know others can feel to, and his words feel very confirming here.

  • Sarah Karam March 23, 2017   Reply →

    I am only realising now the true harm that the media and cyber bullies can cause without consequence in this current climate.
    It is an observation that even if you know that most main stream media is rubbish and that the days of true reporting seem sadly a thing of the past, what you read on the internet still makes an impact on your opinion. For instance, any troll with a motive can spread lies about your business and feed the media sensationalist lies to suit their agenda and then Wikipedia will reproduce the content that they have read on the internet and call it “fact”. We are living in an age of online abuse that is yet to be seen for its true colours. I am with Serge Benhayon; people should be free to choose but its pretty unfair if they are already tainted before they even have a chance to hear about the product or its benefits.

  • Samantha Davidson March 24, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is a living role model concerning a man relating to women, the equality and respect that he expresses is something that allows a woman to ‘be’, with no imposition. It is healing and can change perspectives concerning how we view life and relationships.

  • Ariana Ray March 26, 2017   Reply →

    What the media have done to humanity is nothing but abuse, Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine are a case in point which demonstrates the depravity in which they have been all too willing to engage in. Media exposed on TV, and so it should be – loudly.

  • Ariana Ray March 27, 2017   Reply →

    Over the past few days there has been a public outcry over the lack of media coverage over a very pertinent event in the middle east. The outcry exposed the absolute corruption of the media in their decision not to cover it – all controlled of course by the big corporates who own media in the world. When media is owned and controlled in such a way, how on earth can it be anything but corrupt as the corporates who pull their strings? What Serge Benhayon is doing here is exposing the corruption face on. Stunning TV.

    • Rebecca April 2, 2017   Reply →

      I agree – How can we still hold that we have free press, free speech, when we are faced time and time again with the corruption, double dealing, bias and censoring that happens in the press every day?

  • Shirley-Ann Walters March 28, 2017   Reply →

    So interesting to be looking at how in essence nothing has changed since the middle ages when it comes to being attacked by others. I recognise that in my own life come to think of it, and when we have bought into those beliefs we have imposed them on our bodies from the top down, dulling our body awareness and intelligence until we start to believe it in the end. When we ‘read it’ however and see what is going on we can start to reverse that.

  • Natalie Hawthorne March 30, 2017   Reply →

    Anyone be it media or otherwise who is out to speak badly and lie about Serge Benhayon clearly doesn’t know him. I have known Serge Benhayon for over 13 years and he has been extremely inspiring, the amount of love and dedication he has for humanity as a whole and then for individuals and honouring relationships is seriously amazing. To see otherwise or to try and taint this clearly is for manipulative reasons.

  • Kerstin Salzer April 1, 2017   Reply →

    I love to listen to these videos as there is a huge amount of wisdom in them and always when I listen to a part of them something new gets revealed to me.

  • Ariana Ray April 2, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Do we really live in a free market?’ Great question and I would certainly answer no to that. There are far too many influences being brought to bear on the ‘free market’ for it ever to be considered ‘free’. Not the least of which is the force and manipulation of the corporate media. What has been levied against Serge Benhayon by the corporate media is a prime example of such abuse of power by the media.

  • Christoph Schnelle April 2, 2017   Reply →

    Knowing people well who are attacked in the media is an eye-opening experience. The callousness and carelessness coupled with the aggression when asked for a correction are initially shocking and then so gross that they can become numbing.

  • Rebecca April 2, 2017   Reply →

    Just recently in the UK we have seen the frenzy of the media – there was attack in Westminster, and literally everywhere from newspapers to social media where plastered with every possible angle of the story, jumping to terrorism and its fearful connotations with in minutes. What is a very serious and sad event gets made into a media circus that only feeds into the issues at play and does nothing to help resolve them.
    Our media has much to answer for, but then again so do we in what we allow the media to get away with.

  • Kerstin Salzer April 3, 2017   Reply →

    I only can confirm that what Serge Benhayon is presenting on stage, he is living on a daily basis. He is no liar, he is true, expresses truth and lives truth inside out.

  • Ariana Ray April 5, 2017   Reply →

    I grew up thinking that

    Media = the truth of what is happening in the world
    But the truth today is often that
    Media = lies published for the purpose of money, control, greed and power

    I suspect this has always been the case, but I was and wanted to be naive about what has been going on for the media for far too long. Naivety and lack of awareness is what has allowed the media to run riot as they do today, creating stories from lies to sell copy. Hence money, control, greed and power.
    What certain media have printed in the case of Serge Benhayon is a case in point, utter lies promoted for self gain.

  • Ariana Ray April 10, 2017   Reply →

    This episode looks at ‘the lack of accountability in media that impacts the very fabric of community and society.’ And some accountability that is. They stand as, not champions of the people and community, but bastions of lies, manipulation and deceit. This is what we have accepted for ourselves and continue to accept each day unless we call it for what it is. What we are told by the press is not the truth but a version of it we are allowed to see that bears little resemblance to truth. This is fully exposed here.

  • Shami April 10, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon shows here in this interview an aspect of himself that I have come to very very much appreciate: his incredible depths of understanding coupled with a no nonsense straight talking approach that does not compromise or pander.

  • Ariana Ray April 12, 2017   Reply →

    We have a significant history of what the media has done over the years to lie, deceive and manipulate. They do not have a great track record. Yet here they are again, doing the same tricks to get what they want, or rather, get what their bosses want. Lets’s look at the integrity of what is on offer from Serge Benhayon – the highest integrity going and look at what’s on offer from much media – an absence of any integrity at all. Case in point.

  • Gill Randall April 14, 2017   Reply →

    The smear campaigns of the past continue today with the media using the word cult now to brand anything that does not conform. Sometimes society does need a warning because there have been some crazy cults the world. BUT simply by not conforming to what is thought of as normal is not a reason to be labelled as cultish. The normal we have come to accept in society today of the drunken behaviour of our youth, the aggressive blatant lying by some people in power, the cheating self driven ways of some individuals needs exposing as NOT our normal way to live – these ‘norms’ are not what I wish to conform to in my life. The example of how Serge Benhayon lives with integrity and responsibility in his body needs examining in unbiased detail. We have to speak out and be responsible for everything we write and this truth comes from our bodies not our minds.

  • Ariana Ray April 16, 2017   Reply →

    Telling the truth on TV – now there is a radical thought – and it’s certainly not a common feature of TV today, instead what we have is the lies and deceit roadshow that forms the bulk of media today. Serge Benhayon TV rocks!

  • Gill Randall April 16, 2017   Reply →

    This episode with Rebecca and Serge Benhayon exposes the illusion of ‘freedom’, we are only truly free when we take responsiblity for whatever we say and do.

  • Ariana Ray April 19, 2017   Reply →

    You have everything here that makes gold TV – expose’s, truth, love and humour –
    Serge Benhayon TV IS gold TV.

  • HM April 20, 2017   Reply →

    The media has sadly become a channel that hardly delivers unbiased truth. A shame to see that this is where we are as a society and this is what we allow. But Serge Benhayon is not one to fight back – he simply lives all of who he is and that will long withstand any claims that are thrown his way.

  • Ariana Ray April 22, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is a beacon of love, light and truth in this world and what does the media do with that? It vilifies and disrespects. When I was first presented with this beacon of love, light and truth, what did I do? I saw it for what is is and grabbed it with both hands. The media could learn a thing or two from me – and many others like me who know living truth and integrity when they meet it face to face.

  • Gill Randall April 22, 2017   Reply →

    Misogyny is still rife in society under other headings now than previously but Serge Benhayon sets the standard where he lives truth and equality to women and men equally for us all to feel. We can take these principles of decency, care and respect we have learnt in our lives to one and all.

  • Shami April 25, 2017   Reply →

    There is a great part here in this interview when Serge Benhayon talks about a freedom to choose that is based on the truth and not on lies touted for the sake of one person’s or a particular group’s individual or selective gain.

  • Ariana Ray April 27, 2017   Reply →

    What the media has done with it’s treatment of Serge Benhayon is a prime example of what much media does across the globe – it lies. There is no truth in much media – they have forgotten what truth sounds and looks like, even though they have it here right under their noses. Which only serves to show us how deep their investment is in lies.

    • Vicky Geary May 7, 2017   Reply →

      Exactly Ariana. The purpose of news should be to state the truth, not to lie. It could be said to be the same with any form of communication and expression. The moment someone in the ‘media’, which is now everyone due to current technology, steps up and begins to tell the truth, they are often targeted as a way of saying ‘stop’. Why? Someone speaking the truth exposes all those who are invested in protecting and keeping the lies alive.

  • Gill Randall April 28, 2017   Reply →

    This episode exposes the truth that free economy we Iive in is false. We are not living in a truly free economy because we are fed constant information from the media, and controlled like ‘communism off the leash”. This is simply a repeat of many patterns from past centuries; no different energy, only different words.

  • Kerstin Salzer April 29, 2017   Reply →

    It makes a huge difference if I just adopt belief systems, which I did in the past, or if I have principles which I live by because they feel true in my body.

  • Alison Moir April 29, 2017   Reply →

    The media these days seem to have the power of both judge and jury and if something does not fit a picture, stands out, or is different from what we perceive as being normal, it is shut down, slammed and lied about and is not given the opportunity to show its true potential. We listen and are easily swayed by the media over our own inner hearts and we no longer start to question how much of what we are fed can really hold up as being true. This is why I love listening to the presentation by Serge Benhayon, he questions life in a way that asks me to question life too, and this opens my eyes to things I had not realised or totally understood before. What Serge presents makes sense much more than anything I have ever read or studied at school, but for some this is too much because his questions expose the very fabric, foundations and pillars by which we have allowed our lives to be lived

  • Christoph Schnelle April 30, 2017   Reply →

    If you provide the right narrative to the media, it seems to be that the media’s private maxim of “Don’t let the facts get in the way of a good story” can take over, leading to a trail of affected lives. Yet this is what sells.

  • HM April 30, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon has indeed set a standard where the truth is lived. This offers a very powerful reflection for the rest of humanity to see and feel. And no lies thrown against him will stop him living all of who he is because he knows the responsibility he has to stand firm in who he is. The media can cast opinions and lies, but the state of where the media is at is a reflection of what the community is asking for.

  • Stephen Gammack May 1, 2017   Reply →

    When we step back and observe the patterns of history it is actually easy to see what Serge Benhayon presents as true, and that is that we have discrimination and witch hunts and persecution in many forms through the ages, and we very much have it today in how someone can be treated for delivering a common sense take on wellbeing that actually asks more of us than we have in recent times accepted we could be living.

  • Ariana Ray May 4, 2017   Reply →

    Talk to people on the street about the media and no one has a good word for it. People in bus stops, queue’s and offices are all talking about the lies that are printed by the media, that they don’t trust what they read. It seems that as a people we are awakening to the truth of what is presented here, that much media is out for its own gain and not to inform at all.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 21, 2017   Reply →

      The next thing we need to awaken to, is the insidious real impact on the quality of our thoughts and our lives when we choose a daily exposure to such media which we know can not be trusted.

  • Rowena Stewart May 6, 2017   Reply →

    When an award winning company is targeted to this extent by the media, one wonders what other great businesses are getting the same treatment. It seems that the agenda of the media is to suppress all that truly supports humanity in it’s drive for sensational news, but this shallow self interest will always be exposed at some point in time, while the true work of businesses like Universal Medicine will become more and more evident.

    • Jonathan Stewart May 20, 2017   Reply →

      No doubt that “the true work of businesses like Universal Medicine will become more and more evident” as the exposure of corruption, illness and disease, violence and natural disasters all increase.

  • Kerstin Salzer May 9, 2017   Reply →

    I can confirm as working as a physio with gentle exercises that men have a natural tenderness and they cannot totally hide it. It is felt in how they respond to the treatments they get.

  • Shami May 10, 2017   Reply →

    The way that Serge Benhayon talks about a true economy inspires me to look at parenting in the same way – how when a child is informed of all their choices and with honesty about what are the real consequences of each, they can have the personal authority to choose and to experience being their own person – these choices can always be given responsibly and within reason of course, but the situation is very similar to that of a true economy and this shows me how brotherhood is in everything that we do and this can be applied to every situation because it is always about love for people first.

  • Natalie Hawthorne May 14, 2017   Reply →

    Conforming to the ‘big brother’ that is controlling us is what is making us sick. The ill and dis-ease that they propagate in what they are delivering to humanity is pure evil. Is it not time that we stand on our own two feet and not let ourselves be spoon fed the lies. Serge Benhayon so clearly explains in this episode the truth and I know I have only just started to really look at the truth of what is going on and can admit that I have been a part of this by conforming and saying nothing.

  • HM May 16, 2017   Reply →

    The intent of the media has shifted hugely and seems to be getting more and more entrenched in presenting drama rather than the truth. And then we have a world that engages in this and relays it back to others without us truly feeling into what is being presented here. This presents an opportunity for us – to look at media in a different way and stand for what we feel is true.

  • Ariana Ray May 18, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon asks a great question here – ‘why lie at all?’
    The media lie because they want to sell copy, they are the pawns at the forefront of a huge media machine, which holds information as prime trading capacity, sadly, inventing information and twisting the truth is the name of the game – or put another way – involution is the name of that game.

  • Jonathan Stewart May 20, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon explains here what true equality is and exposes the societal illusion in which we live.

  • Jonathan Stewart May 20, 2017   Reply →

    The community of Universal Medicine should most definitely be studied and the results widely circulated for without a doubt they will be found to be the answer to so many of today’s, and history’s, problems.

  • Natalie Hawthorne May 20, 2017   Reply →

    It is so refreshing to hear Serge Benhayon talk about the media and what they are actually doing, we have all known this but didn’t really want to call it out like Serge has because it will ask us to be all of who we are. To keep quiet about others means that others will not call us out in what ever it is we are using to stop us (humanity) from being the enormous Love bombs that we are.

  • Stephen Gammack May 21, 2017   Reply →

    “We can be our own media” and this could be seen as a good thing, or a negative dependent on how this media is used; I feel it is overall good to see the lies of mainstream media being exposed through alternative news sources. Always there for us is the necessity to read and feel what we are getting and if it is true or not.

  • Susan Wilson May 23, 2017   Reply →

    What we each express when it comes from the truth affects all in a positive way and allows healing, whereas when we express just from ideals and beliefs and our hurts, it is harming to all that allow that.

  • Sarah Karam May 28, 2017   Reply →

    Since most media outlets seem to refuse to let the truth get in the way of a good story its no surprise some chose to report on the uttering of unfounded and untrue statements from one or two people over the facts, and the benefits that hundreds of tax paying citizens experience with Universal Medicine. The jaded angle that some media have taken means it is longer a free market for Universal Medicine, as the consumers may not have the opportunity to truly choose freely. To explain in more depth, the consumer has been bombarded with propaganda or affected by this gossip and innuendo, giving an unfair playing field. It’s amazing when we look at the fact that despite all of this, there is still a high demand for this product and business. That is pretty incredible considering what we have learned in this episode and the fact that the brand has suffered such targeting. With all this in mind, the more pressing question might be…what exactly is being offered by this company for it to continue to thrive despite these conditions? If most other companies would have been destroyed by the savage lies that have been spread, what’s different with this company? It’s something to ponder anyway; maybe what’s on offer is worth its weight in gold?

  • Ariana Ray May 30, 2017   Reply →

    The media are showing themselves in their true colour more and more each day but what they have done with relation to Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine is a great example of their shocking handiwork and an atrocity. That one company and one man can be thus hounded on the basis of nothing but lies is entirely unacceptable and shows how low they are willing to go for a story.

  • Shami June 1, 2017   Reply →

    There is a part in this interview where Serge Benhayon talks about the freedom of the consumer to choose based their own experiences, and I do not think that this has ever really been spoken about in such a way – that is – with genuine freedom given in the way that he has, because as I listen to his words and his tone of voice and watch his body, there is not a hook or a need any where. Serge seems to actually totally want freedom of choice, with no desire to benefit himself, it is just a possible way that things can be.

  • Kathleen Baldwin June 1, 2017   Reply →

    Now this is real television that is well worth watching. You can clearly see the equality between Rebecca Asquith and Serge Benhayon so when they discuss the topic of equality between the sexes we have already witnessed this to be true for there they are before us living that truth. I love the understanding that Serge Benhayon brings as to why the media are so hell bent on publishing the lies they do. I also love how Serge has likened what is happening today, with the savage media attacks on anyone who is standing up and making a difference and effecting change in a community, to the witch-hunts of the past where healers were dragged out of their homes and burnt at the stake on the whim of the church. Today we have people’s names denigrated all across the media in vicious smear campaigns in the hope that the lies stick and their livelihoods are destroyed.

  • Stephen Gammack June 6, 2017   Reply →

    “We are our own media” this can be a great positive for change that the world needs, we reflect in everything we do so why not reflect the love the world needs and not be in reaction to the lack of love that abounds. The media is not offering us a true reflection, we know that by the experiences we see and hear others be misrepresented and lied about, so being our own media is needed more than ever before.

  • Ariana Ray June 9, 2017   Reply →

    I thought I was willing to be super aware of what is going on in the world, but actually i don’t think I was. Yes in my job I see it all, but what else is there? I have made a point of looking through the news websites across the globe each day and this is changing my life – I have not been so aware of what the media are presenting everyday. Yes they are untrustworthy and lack integrity, how they report is shocking, but it’s the blatant lies that hit you square on each day. Serge Benhayon is exposing those lies here for all to see.

  • Jenny James June 10, 2017   Reply →

    To see Universal Medicine standing stronger than ever under such a media storm is a testament to the integrity of a business that is community based, people based and upholds true community values.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 10, 2017   Reply →

    In the latest elections here in the UK the papers were having a field day; just like the referendum all it showed and exposed was how manipulative and corrupt the media is today. It was a form of propaganda and it was feeding it down our faces. Here we are in 2017 and we call ourselves the intelligent race where-by we allow such corruption and lies to run and influence our lives. Calling it out and asking for Truth is the only way it is going to change and this is exactly what Serge Benhayon is claiming, and it feels amazing not accepting such lies. We all have the responsibility of calling out what is not true and asking and seeking the truth.

  • Samantha June 18, 2017   Reply →

    Most media is so corrupt, it really incites blame and anger, though we are the ones that fall for it and continue to buy papers and give energy to something that we all know deep down is harming our society.
    Serge Benhayon is a leading light in standing strong against such malevolent, manipulative behaviour.

  • Ariana Ray June 21, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Pulp fiction’ is a sadly accurate term we can use to describe most of what is pumped out by the media.

  • SCE June 24, 2017   Reply →

    We have allowed a lesser expression within the media for too long, the media is an industry not based on truth rather it is based on wanting to excite, stimulate and entertain, within this we get many stories that are false and misleading, the media needs to take responsibility for the way in which it reports and we as a general public need to ask why we keep buying stories that we know deep down are lies.

  • Katerina Nikolaidis June 27, 2017   Reply →

    Brilliant – an amazing exposure on the illusion of living in a free society. Sure, we have a myriad of choices available to us in a so-called free market, but we need to ask the question Serge Benhayon poses at the end of this interview – are we providing choices that nurture and support our innate qualities of tenderness, preciousness and sacredness that we all hold within, or are the choices available to us all from the one ‘pot’ so to speak, all of them designed to crush these qualities from us.

  • HM June 27, 2017   Reply →

    The media is like big brother in the sense that they deliver what they want the public to know rather than a sharing of unbiased facts that are simply presented. We have come to the point where journalism picks a side of the story and can manipulate its readers. What a shame that we as a society have welcomed this with open arms.

  • John O Connell June 29, 2017   Reply →

    Its amazing in an era of modern technology , where just about all evidence can be confirmed if it is true or if it is not true . By emailing confirmation , video , Skype interviews ,Facebook and so on ,people can be contacted at a drop of a hat to verify a story . One would think it would be impossible to tell a false story in the media and if a false story did happen to get out it could be very quickly removed and apologised about.
    But NO its the oppose ” freedom of the press” what a sad joke that has come to be .
    For the record, I, being a male have not found Serge Benhayon to be a ” man hater “. I have found him to be a very caring supportive friend. Thank you Serge .

  • Samantha Davidson June 29, 2017   Reply →

    The media is a mouth piece for an agenda, the agenda is set by the few and consumed by the many and many of us do not question its origin, authenticity and why the issues raised as news are so narrow and so clearly of a certain mindset. Time for journalism to be accountable and time for us to be more discerning about what we choose to consume.

  • Ariana Ray July 3, 2017   Reply →

    ‘What was it about Serge Benhayon and his work that he was being perceived as a threat to the status quo of health, medicine and healing?’ Serge Benhayon is rattling the cages of the pillars of health and medicine, showing them up for the lack of honesty in medicine that has not done what it says on the box. Despite all the billions spent on our health systems, globally we are sicker than ever before.

  • John O Connell July 8, 2017   Reply →

    I like when Serge Benhayon explains that ” truth is not been traded ” a simple example of this is how ingredients are camouflaged by whats written in bold writing on the front packaging like certain breakfast cereals , it will say ” hight fibre ” ” low salt ” ” vitamins d and calcium ” then look at the small print on the back and it says 40 % sugar . A lot of these deceptive ways of selling ” junk food ” was discovered by the English house of common committee on obesity.

  • Ariana Ray July 8, 2017   Reply →

    The media have become, purveyors of pulp fiction.

  • Ariana Ray July 14, 2017   Reply →

    The media have so much to learn about truth in order to come back to any degree of integrity in their writing, and here is one man who can support such learning, for he lives integrity in his every movement.

  • John O Connell July 15, 2017   Reply →

    Thank you Rebecca Asquith, I love the way Serge Benhayon has simple explained “the free economy that is not so free”. What products the minority want for the masses so as to support their greed and their arrogance and their perceived status – anyone that brings truth to this set up will often be attacked and smeared.

  • HM July 15, 2017   Reply →

    The media has turned into emotional stories and opinions which is not what I thought it stood for. The fact is the media can be a true and factual account but as a society we have allowed it to not be this. The question becomes why are we looking for the drama and the hook rather than the facts.

  • Samantha Davidson August 2, 2017   Reply →

    Sitting with the reality that we the consumers, are the people who demand stuff from suppliers, the media, corporations etc really gets you to to stop. It is easy to blame the media, yes responsibility is there, but we as the consumers need to really question what we consume and why? If we did not want it they would not be able to sell it.

  • Ariana Ray August 7, 2017   Reply →

    Stand up for truth and stick your neck out, unafraid of the consequences and the media get rattled, angry and aggressive. Why? Media promote a way of living, they sell news-like fiction, (lies) and having someone exposing them for their evil ways is not to be accepted. Go Serge Benhayon – you show them truth at every turn. Truly great TV.

  • Ariana Ray August 9, 2017   Reply →

    After listening to this episode, it makes any sane person wonder – what is the media actually for – what is their purpose? For it seems that they are not serving the people they are employed to serve, so by definition – are they not living a lie? And are we accepting of these lies which then attempt to subvert the truth? We all have much to learn here about integrity and truth.

  • John O Connell August 20, 2017   Reply →

    Its so beautifull how Serge Benhayon presents how he markets the products with universal medicine ” allowing the consumer to be informed by the truth so that they ( the customer ) can make the choices about the product that they are choosing ” . Would this not be lovely when all product sellers do this . The words ‘small print’ will lose its value.

  • Ariana Ray August 22, 2017   Reply →

    ‘This episode explores the lack of accountability in media that impacts the very fabric of community and society.’ And so it does, for it has in effect normailsed abuse in society and we have allowed it. This is straight talking TV from Serge Benhayon.

  • Shami August 26, 2017   Reply →

    When Serge Benhayon says that “tenderness is a form of intelligence” he says it with so much clarity. There is not an once of doubt or even of trying to convince anyone. It simply is stated as a fact which we are free to accept or reject. This in itself answers many questions about what intelligence Serge Benhayon is working with, to be able to be so clear.

  • Ariana Ray August 27, 2017   Reply →

    It seems that the media need to be re-educated in responsible reporting, for what we have come to accept is lies and more lies. Universal Medicine and the way they have been treated is one case in point. And there are so many more who are maligned, misrepresented and lied about. Why do we accept this as a ‘normal’? Could it be that we are so used to lies and abuse in society now that we have accepted it as a way of life?

  • jennym September 10, 2017   Reply →

    This episode highlights how integrity and responsibility is sorely needed within our media and broadcasting services. Otherwise what are we consuming, aligning to and agreeing with, when we do not discern or speak to distortion and misinterpretation of the truth?

  • Ariana Ray September 11, 2017   Reply →

    Do we really live in a free market? No, much of the media make sure of that. They are bought, sold and controlled by the highest bidder.

  • Ariana Ray September 18, 2017   Reply →

    This is a great episode which exposes the truth of media corruption and the fact that everything is everything. The poison the media spread globally impacts on us all.

  • fiona lotherington September 20, 2017   Reply →

    I loved what was shared about the free market and how the media muddy that, acting like they are the deciders of what services the ‘villager’ should like and not like. It was also a great point that it was never the villagers who persecuted the healers in their towns. It was the power and control hungry institutions like the church, and now it’s the media.

  • Monica Gillooly September 24, 2017   Reply →

    The treatment of Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon throughout the media has been appalling … and it’s exposed for many how corrupt our media really are.

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