Episode 4 - True Health and True Intelligence: the legacy and our responsibility

Just when you thought modern philosophy was lost to relativism and abstract theory, enter Professor William Foley and Serge Benhayon.

This in depth conversation will re-ignite your love of philosophy, not only for its considered practical examination of human life, but for its profound understanding of the inner workings of our innate multi-dimensionality.

Competition, greed, our declining health – the fact that our greatest forms of ‘intelligence’ cannot seem to save us from ourselves – if you have ever wanted to know the ‘why’ beneath the current human condition, this episode is for you.


  • mary sanford December 13, 2016   Reply →

    Wow those figures that Professor William Foley has shared with us all are a shocking indictment of humanity to date, we do seem to have given up on ourselves. Is it possible we have lost the will to live and so therefore use what ever means to check out because the giving-upness is so suffocating and suppressing that can be hard to find a way out of it?

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 17, 2016   Reply →

      The figures are indeed a wake up call to humanity. We have veered so far away from the grace and harmony which is our natural essence. I appreciate how Serge Benhayon and Prof William Foley between them not only provide enough figures to let us see the predicament we are in, but also lovingly remind us how this can all be turned around if we choose to embrace the depth of understanding, awareness and responsibility that is and has always been available to us throughout history.

      • Natallija April 19, 2017   Reply →

        The alarming figures that are continually escalating is showing that we are reaching breaking point but are not equipped with the truth that is offered to feel that the way we have been living is not bringing the quality of life that is on offer. Thank goodness for real TV that is offering us an understanding that there is another way to live that brings this quality and vitality into the forefront.

    • Christoph Schnelle January 17, 2017   Reply →

      The figures certainly seem to show that we are probably in quite a bit of trouble and don’t quite know how to extricate ourselves from these difficulties.

      • rosanna bianchini June 8, 2017   Reply →

        And so, in steps Serge Benhayon, who has proved himself to be very masterful in understanding the human condition, and therefore the way out of it.

  • Stephanie Stevenson December 13, 2016   Reply →

    A great hour spent in listening to the discussion between Serge Benhayon and Professor William Foley.
    What we consider as intelligence and normal health is very different from the profound wisdom the body offers for us to live in a more natural and responsible way.
    I love how SB TV completely turns our ‘accepted reality’ upside down and inside out, completely shaking up any old ideals and beliefs getting in the way of our return to love.

    • Natallija December 22, 2016   Reply →

      I agree Stephanie Stevenson. Viewing and hearing what has been shared here it is great to get a clearer understanding how ‘intelligence’ gets in the way of living our true potential.

    • Rowena Stewart January 29, 2017   Reply →

      It is very needed Stephanie Stevenson I agree, turning our accepted realities on their heads and shaking up our complacency. Our markers of health and intelligence are going down the drain. The quality of information and ideas presented here are life changing.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 13, 2016   Reply →

    Wow once again and extraordinary episode that covers so much. How humanity has fallen for what we think is security but ultimately there is no security at all that is needed. I know since I have been awaken to this fact, thanks to Serge Benhayon that I have had so much more awareness of where I keep holding onto security not even realising that it is in fact security that I am clutching onto. More and more I am letting this go and the more I am getting to feel that the Love within is all the security I really do need.

    • Natallija June 5, 2017   Reply →

      The word ‘security’ is often what leaves us feeling ‘insecure’ as there is so much investment in the word and the ideals and pictures that go with this. The love that is on offer to connect to allows all that is needed and what is needed will be taken care of.

  • Stephen Gammack December 13, 2016   Reply →

    Changing the education system which is one of the points raised here wont be possible until it is accepted that education as it is doesn’t work for all. As it stands, those administering the education system like the status quo, as it works for their own way of learning and gaining recognition, whereas a truly intelligent and honourable approach has to be to create education that engages and teaches all, putting wellbeing into education and making it about people, not examinations and accolades.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 9, 2017   Reply →

      Once in a while it is important to stop and reassess our purpose and the outcome of our choices so far. What is there to celebrate in achieving higher pass rates when more and more young people are self-abusing, doing porn, taking drugs, dropping out of society and completing suicide than ever before?

      There is a fundamental aspect of education missing which is not about cramming information, but supports us to live fully all that we are.

  • Ingrid Ward December 13, 2016   Reply →

    Another riveting interview with Serge Benhayon, which held my attention from start to end. There were so many gems of wisdom from both Serge and his interviewer William Foley but the one that really jumped out for me was that “Man can use his intelligence to be utterly irresponsible”. This is so undeniably true when you see people with a supposed high level of intelligence drink alcohol (a known poison), smoke cigarettes, take drugs etc.; so what then does that say about what we have come to accept as intelligence? Perhaps it time to take a deep and honest look at what is the true meaning of this word.

    • Natallija April 9, 2017   Reply →

      This quote from this episode stood out as a big wake up call; “Man can use intelligence to be utterly irresponsible” – irresponsibility is at it’s heighest level in our current world climate. The behaviours you have mentioned Ingrid are the basis from which most of humanity live from and then we champion that life is great to the masses. What levels of intelligence are we reflecting to the world?

    • Natallija August 28, 2017   Reply →

      Yes the irresponsibility that we so often champion is the main reason such an episode is needed. Time to get real about what is truly going on and the sea of comfort humanity is sitting in.

  • Sandra Schneider December 13, 2016   Reply →

    Wow. Just get a taste of this: The key to our health lies in accepting, embracing and living again our connection to the Universe. No pill, no right eating, exercises or so on – but: connection. To the universe.
    We may think the days are over where we thought we are the centre of the universe – but is it really over? Do we not still think we are the most intelligence species on earth (and maybe beyond) because of our level of technology? And do we not MAKE ourselves to the centre of OUR world? Now I realize more that we, by doing so, limit our world. And I understand in that way it is manageable, we get the feeling of control and safety. But we become more and more ill that way. So it does in truth not work that way. To ‘make our thing’ in separation from the universe, without God and each other, does not work well. And this make totally sense to me. So instead of ‘conquer the Universe’ it is the key to connect to it again, walk and live with it. Now that’s a job! Imagine a doctor asking you to deepen your connection to the universe and support you in expressing it! I would love that.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 3, 2017   Reply →

      Well called out Sandra. We are still acting as if the Universe spins around us!
      Prof. William Foley and Serge Benhayon here remind us that instead of trying to control and manipulate everything in life which has clearly not been working for us, how about remembering that we are innately and irrevocably part of a Universe with a stupendous intelligence, rhythm and order. And how about considering that our obstinate refusal to accept and honour this could be the start of all our problems.

      • Natallija June 19, 2017   Reply →

        Put in simple terms – why are we constantly choosing to go against the grain when the offering is there to connect to the simplicity that is part of us. Prof. WIlliam Foley and Serge Benhayon brings this through with such clarity and a true purpose of what is on offer for us all.

  • Ariana Ray December 13, 2016   Reply →

    I can’t wait for this episode to bring it’s magic, a conversation to ‘re-ignite your love of philosophy, not only for its considered practical examination of human life, but for its profound understanding of the inner workings of our innate multi-dimensionality.’ This is a celebration.

    • Vicky Cooke January 19, 2017   Reply →

      This indeed is a celebration

  • rosanna bianchini December 13, 2016   Reply →

    What a brilliantly full sharing between William Foley and Serge Benhayon, so much is covered. I’ve learned a new, or rather ancient, phrase for the way to live medicine: To “live rightly” IS our medicine – everything matters; the way we walk, talk, sleep, eat, hold relationships….

    • Rowena Stewart March 30, 2017   Reply →

      Yes it was a statement that struck me too Rosanna Bianchini, a focus that has fallen away from our societies but should by all natural and inherent rights be at the forefront of our awareness. To ‘Live Rightly’ connects us with our true purpose in life, towards our selves and one another, to re-establish a healthy respect for people, ourselves, life, to re-engage in a universal philosophy that calls us to dig deeper within, to connect to and manifest our true morality and inherent integrity in all we do, think and say.

  • Leigh Matson December 13, 2016   Reply →

    Such in depth topics that it felt like while watching it each one could of been discussed further. It was like these sorts of conversations are not the norm and yet both presented it in such a way that made it seem very simple to go down those paths. This sure beats the mainstream, surface level style of conversation and interviews.

  • Stephen Gammack December 14, 2016   Reply →

    The right to critique another is something I have witnessed grow exponentially over the last few years as we seem to accept that it is normal to put other people down. Seen in mass scale on any online commenting platform, but also across all forms of media and drawn into the fabric of our lives. We see it become accepted that someone must not just be judged for everything they do but also ridiculed for entertainment. The erosion of the human frame, as Serge Benhayon stated is the end result, and so what form of living quality do we have when we live in such a society, and where does it take us. The idea of building others up is surely the antidote to this, yes share when someone is off key but bring love and understanding. We are not individuals but part of a whole and the sooner we see that another flourishing is good for us the more likely it is we can let go of that need to be better than others, but instead be inspired by those who are doing well and manage our disagreement with maturity and care.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 5, 2017   Reply →

      I absolutely love this understanding about life. That it is never about competition and advancing ahead of others, nor is it ever about focusing on self in disregard of anyone else. It is always about deep care, love of people, making choices that serve everyone and the whole of humanity evolving as one.

  • Luke Yokota December 14, 2016   Reply →

    I serious rethink of how education and learning is conducted and needs a reshuffle.

    Maybe some inspiration from the classical and older periods may be a good point of reference.

    • Natallija December 16, 2016   Reply →

      Great point shared Luke Yokota. The current education system is run on a sausage making factory model producing children to all look and act the same and bring out the product line for employment. Serge Benhayon brings the truth and the simplicity of what is on offer once again that is far from what we see in our world today.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 14, 2016   Reply →

    Professors of livingness, now that’s one that not many of us have consider to be worth studying. The quality of how we live, the relationships that we have and with ourselves is super important yet when we look around society today the quality that we are capable of has significantly been lost and forgotten as William Foley and Serge Benhayon share. When I started applying the teachings of The Way of The Livingness into my life man oh man did things start to change for me.

  • Ariana Ray December 14, 2016   Reply →

    ‘Competition, greed, our declining health’ – great topics to look at in a world where people are getting sicker and sicker, where ‘good health’ today means anything but health, but as long as we don’t have out of control cancer we consider ourselves to be okay. Serge Benhayon and Bill Foley are exposing the truth of competition, greed, our declining health.

    • Natallija January 2, 2017   Reply →

      It is interesting that you share this Ariana …” “as long as we don’t have out of control cancer we consider ourselves to be okay”. There is so much to ponder on here how as a society we are living on a concoction of pharmaceutical drugs daily to keep us from getting ill or using them to support us when we are ill. This episode brings insight into the fact that our declining health can not be supported through a bandaid approach.

      • Rowena Stewart May 7, 2017   Reply →

        So true Natallija, our ‘band aid’ approach is fast failing us. There is no magic pill to swallow that can make us take responsibility for our health and wellbeing, but meeting people who are brimming with health, vitality and joy certainly presents us with a true marker of health by which we can navigate our way back to a robust well being. Such inspiration is a true and lasting medicine.

  • Michelle McWaters December 14, 2016   Reply →

    Awesome expose on how ill, literally, we are in humanity. We need to be open to seeing this. In admitting to this we can collectively start to address it!

    • HM December 28, 2016   Reply →

      I agree Michelle – only by seeing the facts and really feeling the extent of this can we start to see the need to change. Humanity is sick and has seemed to confused a rich life with money and status rather than true vitality and love.

  • Jennifer Smith December 14, 2016   Reply →

    What an extraordinary conversation. William Foley mentioned diabetes in his introductory statement/question. While we may be aware that diabetes is on the rise, I don’t think that we understand the significance of this and what this means for our bodies, our wellbeing, and how this will significantly cost our economy. This week I have had conversations with people who have changes to their body that they did not understand the link with this and their diabetes. This alone, without all the other conditions, illnesses and diseases is why this conversation is very important. It is us and us alone that can turn around our own health.

    • Stephen Gammack March 31, 2017   Reply →

      I agree Jennifer, I think a conversation on diabetes that gets to the heart of the matter and it seriousness in terms of health outcomes and financial burden is long overdue. There is an acceptance at the moment that health choices are personal, but perhaps we don’t also recognise the responsibility that lies in this. Maybe the more we understand why we would want to make an unhealthy choice in the first place is a necessary part of the conversation. This is where Serge Benhayon brings an understanding with more depth than I have heard any health professional deliver, such a deep understanding of the reason why we self harm in so many ways and why his contribution to this global problem will one day become mainstream accepted wisdom.

      • Natallija April 11, 2017   Reply →

        This episode definitely gets to the ‘heart of the matter’ as it has become one the major illness that is currently crippling our health system resources. There are so many ways we are offered to fix the problem yet as you mentioned Stephen the root of the problem is not being addressed – hence no change in the general public’s attitude. What Serge Benhayon offers is the understanding that is often removed from the equation as the ‘quick fix model’ takes over, not realising that this understanding offers humanity the opportunity to live a deeper level of responsibility and really get to the heart of the matter.

    • Vicky Cooke July 29, 2017   Reply →

      I agree Jennifer, it seems we still very much think illness and dis-ease is something that just ‘happens’ to us and is not a direct link with how we have been living, what has been going on within our lives and the choices we are making. These conversations are needed more and more so great to hear you are doing this.

  • Melinda Knights December 14, 2016   Reply →

    Wow, wow and triple wow! What an incredible interview! I’ve been fortunate enough to hear Serge Benhayon’s presentations since 2012, yet he continues to bring forth such profound wisdom over and over. For me, it’s the fact that what he shares is applicable to all parts of life, and my life has changed so drastically for the better because of his input – he is the absolute real deal.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 6, 2017   Reply →

      Yes the gem Serge Benhayon presents go to the core of every aspect of life.

  • Carmel Reid December 14, 2016   Reply →

    It is quite scary to realise that one illness, and one that is entirely preventable by lifestyle changes, can bring down a National Health System in just a few years. We need to take more responsibility for our own healthcare in order to leave the public resources for those who truly are in need.

    • Stephen Gammack January 28, 2017   Reply →

      Incredible stats around diabetes Carmel, and that is just one disease, so if we consider that our health system has many cracks, and so many flourishing illnesses, is the end of the NHS as we know it, far closer than we think? Seem likely unless there is some radical change to how we view healthcare linked to responsible lifestyle choices. And further note, this is just the UK NHS, Australia as one further example has a terrifying rate of obesity and diabetes which is also effectively out of control and will likely destroy their current healthcare model too.

      • Natallija April 24, 2017   Reply →

        The model is being effected world wide as the US alone has over 1.2 million cases in children and adults. No public health system can carry the weight of the choices of one disease on this scale let alone the many others that are added to the equation.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 14, 2016   Reply →

    Now if all friendly conversations when we got together could be this honouring of one another and the whole humanity….

  • Maryline Decompoix December 15, 2016   Reply →

    I just love the depth and magnitude of what is offered here in this episode ! Thank you ! More of this please !

  • Stephen Gammack December 15, 2016   Reply →

    I wonder if this will be the era that we start to address the massive health issues that have created the multi-symptomatic man. And of course it is all laid out here in the first few minutes, our patterns of movement, how loving we are with our actions and expressions towards one another and our intentions to care for both ourself and everyone equally – these are the answer to the out of control health conditions that overwhelm our societies and show no signs of abating. If it sounds simple it’s because it is, so perhaps the question is why we don’t want to change, what controls us to remain rooted on a path of self destruction, and why does a man who give us all this golden information not have the spotlight shone on the wisdom he shares for the benefit of all.

    • Rowena Stewart December 28, 2016   Reply →

      Good question Stephen, why are we not shining the spotlight on Serge Benhayon because what he offers is simple, very effective and our only way out of the immense tide of ill health we are facing. We are literally cutting off our noses to spite our faces when we not only ignore but actually denounce the clear cut, plain speaking wisdom that Serge Benhayon is sharing with the world, which when put into action produces the results we are all desperately yearning for: a flowing vitality, joy, health and purpose.

  • Mary Adler December 15, 2016   Reply →

    A beautiful discussion that shares how the philosophy of today is focused on qualifications rather than on learning how to live life for the benefit of all.

  • Samantha England December 15, 2016   Reply →

    STOP PRESS! This is what the world has been waiting for – Serge Benhayon and Professor William Foley saying it exactly how it is. This interview brings great clarity to the mess we are currently in, highlighting the collective irresponsibility that we as a humanity have allowed to run riot.

    • Natallija December 19, 2016   Reply →

      A humbling example of true evolution for all and asking the real questions that no other media organisation is willing to ask.

    • Natallija June 8, 2017   Reply →

      Yes Samantha England. Put this on the nightly news each day and watch the world react to the truth offered with bucket loads of love and understanding, and setting the record straight on what is no longer working for humanity no matter how far we choose to hide under the covers.

  • rosanna bianchini December 15, 2016   Reply →

    A wonderful sharing between William Foley and Serge Benhayon on topics that resonate with us all, from the truth in intelligence, to the human condition, and back again to multi dimensionality. Superb TV.

  • Anne Hart December 15, 2016   Reply →

    Wow, this interview is amazing … it was riveting from beginning to end, and asks us to consider the simplicity of the fact that we are ill as a result of not being joyful and living our lives in full, and in accordance with the rhythms of the universe. It calls on us to look to the way we live, move, talk and consider that this is contributing to the fact that the rate of diagnosis of diabetes has tripled in the last 30 years … layer upon layer of the conundrum is revealed.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 19, 2017   Reply →

      Yes it is a huge revelation that when we are not living in accordance to who we truly are and the rhythms of the universe we are part of, even if we tick all the boxes currently considered good and healthy, simply living our daily lives will be eroding our bodies and resulting in us getting sicker.

  • Helen Giles December 15, 2016   Reply →

    Listening to this recording, it’s little wonder that we humans are such a sick race of beings! I loved the way Professor Foley and Serge Benhayon were able to easily expose so much that is going on in the world eg the misuse of the media, the emphasis on academic intelligence, and comparison and competition. The way these sorts of things were raised and linked to our lifestyles and wellbeing made it easy to see how ill we really are as a species. What was wonderful was that as they talked we were also offered some clear clues about how we can reverse these trends. I’ll be back to listen to this again as I’m sure there is more to take and reflect on here. Thank you.

    • Natallija November 13, 2017   Reply →

      Yes all these aspects are hidden in their effects on humanity and the deep levels of illness and disease that goes beyond the physical diagnosis.

  • mary sanford December 16, 2016   Reply →

    What is being explored in this episode to me seems to be the blue print on how to re develop a way of life that truly works for everyone. And why is it that we are not encouraged to just be ourselves and to build a foundation from the inside out. It just seems to make so much sense to me. And yet we put so much store in Education and the children don’t seem to get the opportunity to be children any more they seem to be robbed of their childhood and instead encouraged to just be the best at math’s, English, sports etc. I have observed competition amongst parents to ensure their child was the best in class, this seemed to me to be playing a game of one up man-ship at the child’s expense.

  • Ariana Ray December 16, 2016   Reply →

    ‘Competition, greed, our declining health – the fact that our greatest forms of ‘intelligence’ cannot seem to save us from ourselves’ powerful topics in a super-powerful presentation that blows the deadwood away. This is truth talking.

  • Jennifer Smith December 16, 2016   Reply →

    You can see how inspired hospital patient’s would be if they were treated by doctors and nurses who are truly healthy. As Serge said, they would then really know that they were sick and then would be inspired to help themselves. Also true, the more miserable the staff are, so are the patients. We have a real opportunity here as health professionals to make a difference simply by taking care of ourselves.

    • Natallija August 18, 2017   Reply →

      The model you share Jennifer Smith would run across many areas of the work force. The choice is to choose responsibility or irresponsibility.

  • Judith Andras December 17, 2016   Reply →

    An hour packed full of interesting subjects!
    There is so much here, but something that stood out for me today was how we do not put energy anymore into making great products for people but focus solely on making products that make money. That way we ended up with a huge choice of products, but almost all of them feel utterly loveless and empty and so we need advertising to create a need for people to want them. When we put love and care into a product and make it for people, they will naturally love buying it as it will emanate that quality.

  • Sarah Karam December 17, 2016   Reply →

    Theses stats alone are pretty eye opening, they alone rock you to the core but are they enough? Well as proven by the world we currently live in, no. They are not enough on their own to bring about real change, Serge Benhayon points this out in the clip. What I gathered from what is being shared here is the importance of viewing life as Medicine, the importance of the quality in which we make every move and action. Only when we begin to take our bodies back in this way, will we feel the reality of what is actually a global epidemic. In feeling this, we will not react to it nor will we judge anyone, simply reflect back a truly healthy example to live by.

  • Jeanette Macdonald December 17, 2016   Reply →

    There is so much here !!! Everything matters, everything has an effect, the way we live is medicine etc etc. We are as a whole humanity a sick people and we absolutely need to wake up, shake off the blindness we have been labouring under and return to living rather than existing. This recording offers us awareness again, the opportunity to notice and see where we are truly at, massive step towards true health in our societies.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 17, 2016   Reply →

    We are so far away from the truth of our being. The world we have created is seriously unwell on all fronts. It is fascinating how we have had great wisdom throughout the ages and yet here we are. What are we refusing to see? The conversation between Serge Benhayon and Prof William Foley is packed full of eye-opening information and insights.

  • Shami December 18, 2016   Reply →

    How we live, speak, walk and relate to eachother can contribute to an erosion of the human body – this is huge. This takes illness right back in to our hands again and brings total and complete responsibility to the forefront of all our lives. How amazingly empowering. Thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • Ariana Ray December 18, 2016   Reply →

    This episode certainly does offer a ‘profound understanding of the inner workings of our innate multi-dimensionality.’ It is simple yet provides such a depth. Thank you Serge Benhayon and William Foley.

  • Adele Leung December 18, 2016   Reply →

    Most couple relationships experience a level of competition between the partners, where there is constant protection in not expressing our fragility of feelings and our sensitivity, therefore we wall up ourselves to protect the insecurity within us by projecting critique on the other person. This is not a true relationship and very damamging to our health.

  • Adele Leung December 18, 2016   Reply →

    Anything of non-transparency feels off and unnatural, and yet in this current day society transparency is being critiqued and ostracized, yet in transparency we are living in the movement of soul, and this relationship is what brings wisdom.

  • HM December 18, 2016   Reply →

    These episodes are the reality check we are needing. One can feel everything is OK in their own backyard, but when we truly have a conversation about the state of play, it asks us to question what is our role and responsibility in all this. The fact is everything is connected, so we are never not contributing to the way of the world.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 28, 2017   Reply →

      Pretty much everything in society seems to vie for your focus and attention at the exclusion of everything else. In fact research and marketing is conducted to find ways of hooking our attention in that way. Yet true HM these episodes “are the reality check we are needing”. As entertaining as interesting and captivating as they are, actually ask you not to focus on what is being discussed but to expand our awareness further than we have imagined possible.

  • Gill Randall December 18, 2016   Reply →

    Serge returns us very quickly back to the simplicity of true health comes from building ourselves from the inside out, and the quality of how we live. move, speak and act gives us our level of health.

  • Janet Williams December 18, 2016   Reply →

    Wow, this conversation covers life, the universe and everything… bringing our various global modern day predicaments to the same simple point of focus – that everything we do matters, so if we want things to change we have to start being responsible for the moment by moment choices we make, how we move and the quality of our relationships.

  • Jane Torvaney December 18, 2016   Reply →

    What is presented here is huge and leaves me with so much to ponder. Amazing TV.

  • Carmel Reid December 18, 2016   Reply →

    So many people think it is either funny or essential to bring others down through sarcasm, ridicule, judgment and criticism, without a thought about what their expression is doing to their own bodies, let alone the body of the person they are abusing.

  • mary sanford December 19, 2016   Reply →

    What truly amazing men who held me captivated, I was so intent on their conversation my head was practically in the computer! All the questions I have ever wanted answers to were there in this episode. So well put by Professor Foley.

  • Benkt van Haastrecht December 19, 2016   Reply →

    What is shared here about the education system is truly igniting the essence of who we are in life. Learning to care for ourselves deeply first, and learning skills to serve others would be the ideal way for education to be. As the examples given show, we are in a deplorable state, which only can be changed from the core of our being.

  • Shami December 19, 2016   Reply →

    I love the way Serge Benhayon describes the inner-most, the esoteric, as robust and capable. As something that we have access to that is strong and foundational. Something that supports us through daily life – with all of its challenges.

  • Lieke Campbell December 19, 2016   Reply →

    The best tv I have ever watched. One of the many things that stood out for me was that we are living our lives and we think it is it, but it is not it at all, and there are many ‘hints’ to let us know: like the huge numbers of illness and disease, the greed, competition, the high rates of depression and so on. We think it is normal. That is why it is so important, as Serge Benhayon said, to express what is true so to give people the space to start to ponder about life again and see what is truly going on and what life is truly about.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 19, 2016   Reply →

    Wow imagine if this was on mainstream television instead of some of the tv programs that are out there today. There is so much here for us all to learn from – having this format and accessibility is incredible thank you so much Serge Benhayon and the team behind the scenes making this happen – Super Cool.

  • Jenny McGee December 19, 2016   Reply →

    This presentation takes the issue of true health to a much deeper level of personal responsibility and choice than we presently consider life to function by. Perhaps then it offers a true way forward for a health system that cannot cope with the ever increasing demands from an exhausted, depleted, depressed and anxious population.

  • mary sanford December 19, 2016   Reply →

    I can absolutely feel within me a part that is waking up to the possibility that there is more to life than I have been willing to see. That we are all existing and not really living a full and healthy life at all. Could it be that we defend and justify our current way of living because we don’t want people like Serge Benhayon exposing us in our false way of being. There have been so many times throughout history where men and women have stood up and told the truth only to be shouted down by those few that had a vested interest in maintaining the status quo.

  • Gill Randall December 19, 2016   Reply →

    The signs are all there for us to see and Serge Benhayon and William Foley expose what life is truly all about. Anyone and everyone can access this, it is our choice to look at how we live and make our own decisions. This really does answer all the questions to life, the world and everything.

  • Natallija December 19, 2016   Reply →

    This program is a trigger for the topics many choose not to talk about or often find other distractions to avoid the dilemma our world currently stands in. What William Foley and Serge Benhayon remind us of is one simple truth. To speak the truth and allow the opportunity for others to ponder on the bigger picture. Must see TV that is worth so much more than an endless FB feed.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 20, 2016   Reply →

    This interview is about everybody, it is about humanity, its history and state of being, it is revealing the state we are in now as humanity and individuals., it is a revelation about the way we live today abd on the other handside how we are supposed to live life in order to eveolve. Watching this interview and taking it to heart evolves us in itself.

  • Ariana Ray December 20, 2016   Reply →

    ‘If you have ever wanted to know the ‘why’ beneath the current human condition’ …. then this is for you because Serge Benhayon delivers the why – and some. He has an understanding of root causes of the human condition like no one else. William Foley delivers the shocking facts and Serge Benhayon gives the why the world is like this – on a plate.

  • Sarah Karam December 20, 2016   Reply →

    This video is one of the best bits of TV I think I have ever watched; it just has so much in it. Seeing an interview that is conducted with this much equality is ground braking. The story about the physicist from the 1930s really stuck with me, can’t recommend this clip enough!

  • Natallija December 20, 2016   Reply →

    What a powerful example of the “erosion of the human frame” that is far deeper than the way we eat and drink. Serge Benhayon brings an understanding that our words and interactions with others that are far from harmonious leave just as much of an imprint of harm.

  • Alison Moir December 21, 2016   Reply →

    I am really enjoying these conversations on Serge Benhayon TV, they offer us an opportunity to consider life in a way that begins to make sense of the world we live in. Do we flow with the constellations around us, the moon the sun, the cycles we are under? Hundreds and thousands of years ago people lived by these cycles and worked with nature and the Universe and were much more aware of their body, using holistic ways to heal themselves. Now we rely on the medical profession and scientists to give us the answers and to make us better. The statistics that William Foley has offered, show that the direction we are going in is not working, especially regarding our health and our education system, and we need to bring it back to the simplicity that our body has the true intelligence, and to know and understand what this means.

  • Natallija December 21, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon brings a greater understanding to the word competition and how it has been created by our current culture of “analysing and critiquing”. The ancient wisdom that many famous philosophers have repeated time and time again is a true marker of return to our natural way of being.

  • Stephen Gammack December 21, 2016   Reply →

    It is recognised in this interview that teachers are parents of children, but I wonder how this fits in with the culture of blame that I have seen take hold, where often the child may not be well parented. Where teachers are scapegoats or held accountable for the lack of parenting the child receives in their own home. We must see that parenting cannot be done with a screen, and it requires rules and boundaries for the good of not just the child, but the family and society as a whole.

  • Ingrid Ward December 21, 2016   Reply →

    I loved this conversation between these two amazing men and have watched it several times, so far. There was so much on offer, covering so many topics, but what I could easily relate to was when Professor Foley shared his observations on how it was hard to tell the difference between the staff and the patients at a hospital he visited. I experienced that same observation when I spent an hour at an Outpatients clinic recently and was staggered at how many of the staff were extremely overweight and how so many were looking very tired, and of course it got me to wondering about the quality of care the patients would receive. There is something definitely wrong with our health system when this is the case; but then I feel it is simply a reflection of the health and well-being of humanity at this point in time.

  • kehinde James December 21, 2016   Reply →

    ‘The first school that we ever attend is home. Our first teachers are our parents’ Profound, simple, true. Brings responsibility for educating the whole being right back where it belongs – to ourselves, parents, and every family member.

  • kehinde James December 21, 2016   Reply →

    Extra-ordinary and essential viewing for all. Serge Benhayonstrips away the layers and presents the truth of why humanity has pressed the self destruct button with clarity, depth and wisdom.

  • Rowena Stewart December 21, 2016   Reply →

    This is such a rich interview, one that can be re-visited many times as both William Foley and Serge Benhayon deliver a wealth of conscious breaking views on humanity and our true way forward. Suffice to say the best advice is to watch and draw your own conclusions, all I can offer is that through paying attention to these views, I have pulled myself out of the nose dive into diabetes that I was previously caught up in and completely transformed the quality of my health, relationships and entire life. The statistics quoted here are shocking, alarming rises in preventable diseases has to be a huge warning bell that we are not getting it right, despite the immense effort we put into our current day education systems in an attempt to live better lives. What is the point of spending gazillions of money constructing a Space Station when we are bankrupting our health systems through self imposed illnesses? Surely its time to take a huge, long look at what we have been doing and humbly admit that knowledge and intellect are useless commodities if we are not connected to and honouring the innate and immense wisdom that resides in our bodies.

  • Jonathan Stewart December 21, 2016   Reply →

    An absolutely masterful discourse that covers so much simply, clearly and directly. Contained within it there are so many gems that it is a must to revisit many times.

  • Janet Williams December 21, 2016   Reply →

    I do hope that this conversation is shared far and wide, as it offers an all-encompassing yet remarkably simple understanding of the deepest questions we have as human beings.

  • Ariana Ray December 22, 2016   Reply →

    I think that I just starting to grasp something here that Serge Benhayon has been presenting for many years – that life can be the best medicine. That is, how we live from day to day from moment to moment can be the best medicine ever, for if we live in a certain quality we live that quality and that becomes good medicine. Not the fixed ideas we have about how we ‘think’ we and everyone else ‘should’ be, but a simple living of what is true, with no pictures pushing us to be this or that.

  • Stephen Gammack December 22, 2016   Reply →

    The part on medical care in hospitals is interesting, it certainly seems to be true that we place a large burden on medical practitioners in terms of their working hours and the stress of the job. But there is that huge question mark, if you go to hospital and are treated by someone who is tired and stressed then you could be led to believ you are actually doing fine. It is the beliefs we are gaining of ill health being normal that is so damaging. The more there are people reflecting vitality the better to allow that reflection of the health we can easily live.

  • Rowena Stewart December 22, 2016   Reply →

    Much is put on the table here for further discussion and consideration that most importantly recognizes the fact that in view of our current choices we, humanity are about to go over the edge. What will it take for us to finally wise up to the fact that our indulgences are killing us? Re-connecting to what is innate within us is our only salvation and I love how Serge Benhayon and William Foley keep returning to this immutable truth with intelligent, aware and healthy conversation. It’s time to sit up and take notice: these two men who glow with health and intelligent vitality are on to something!

  • Jonathan Stewart December 22, 2016   Reply →

    The classical concept of “live rightly” re-visited in this interview is definitely the medicine of today.

  • Shami December 23, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is a deeply humble person, and this comes across so clearly when he speaks, in the way he gestures, the tone of his voice, the words he chooses. Never is there a moment when he is wanting to be better or more, never is there an inclining to out do the other person. This humbleness is also a sweetness, rarely seen in men, and yet he is not weak or timid, and is in fact very authoritative and clear. I love watching Serge Benhayon talk because of all of this and much more that he gives.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 23, 2016   Reply →

    We seem to have given up on so much about ourself that has been known and spoken about throughout history. Time to wake up again.

  • Jonathan Stewart December 23, 2016   Reply →

    There is so much in this interview and the relationship between William Foley and Serge Benhayon is like a beautiful free-flowing dance of revelations and realisations. One that feels particularly important is that greed arises out of insecurity.

  • Fumiyo Egashira December 23, 2016   Reply →

    It feels just amazing to hear that we achieve great intelligence as a collective and no one individual is it – this is just so against how I have been brought up throughout the education system where we were all pitted against each other to be better than. Sure, sometimes we talk about ‘team work’ but with so much competition/comparison going on, it is very hard to feel the true unity consistently, let alone the equalness in us all – and it is obvious that this has not worked if we look as the mess we all are in as a race of being. Why not give this possibility a chance – that we are more than just the physical; that there is other-worldliness we are part of and worth considering about?

  • Jennifer Smith December 24, 2016   Reply →

    I have to say that I really love this interview. Although it is much more of a conversation than an interview for what both William Foley and Serge Benhayon present is incredible to listen to. There is so much said and discussed. I was struck by the conversation on competition. Bill is correct when he said that men are considered to be more naturally competitive than women. What’s funny is that that belief is competitive in itself, so it’s not seeing how pervasive competition and being competitive has become in our societies as a whole and how it affects and influences every one of us. But really it is the foundation for comparison and jealousy in other. If we consider this how is competition of benefit to humanity and communities as a whole?

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 24, 2016   Reply →

    I love coming back to these episodes there is so much in them. Just listening to the crushing nature of competition and how harmful it is. I know I have used this from of bullying to make myself feel better where in actual fact I am the one that is insecure and lacking confidence. So great to feel this and see how this has been at play in my life and cut this way of being in the world.

  • Jeanette December 24, 2016   Reply →

    What a great exchange between two wonderful men. Questions and answers, wisdom, modern philosophy reconnecting us with the ancient at the same time. At last something of substance on TV, something we can really make sense of and apply to our own lives.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 24, 2016   Reply →

    This interview calls back to truth and my body gets very still as this truth is met within me. Thank you deeply.

  • Rowena Stewart December 24, 2016   Reply →

    It’s so refreshing and uplifting to at last have something to watch that makes you really ponder the deeper questions in life. If we are so intelligent then why are we, humanity, so sick and so devastatingly aggressive towards one another? It is super special to be reminded that this is not our inherent expression but because it has become the norm – we are forgetting who we truly are. Serge Benhayon and William Foley offer us some superb reminders here that life can be lived another way that does deliver the health and vitality we all naturally deserve and it’s well within our capacity to choose it.

  • Gill Randall December 24, 2016   Reply →

    There is so much information in this TV programme , we can listen to it again and again and still hear something new. It is interesting the way Serge Benhayon explains how to live full of responsibility because when we know every little thing matters, how we live 100% of the day gives us the quality of how we live. I like the thought of working to become a professor of the livingness, something we can all work on.

  • Jennifer Smith December 25, 2016   Reply →

    I just love the section here where after discussing competition and greed Serge Benhayon then describes William Foley for who he knows him to be. I have to say it’s the sweetest thing to see a man describe another man with such love and care. The perfect way to grow a person and then a business and then an industry by growing the being within. Then what we do will automatically follow.

  • Sandra Williamson December 25, 2016   Reply →

    This is a very insightful discussion about our intelligence. The topic of competition is introduced, how it is instilled and encouraged at the expense of natural, innate cooperation is very worth reflecting on.

  • kehinde James December 25, 2016   Reply →

    This interview confirms an insight received that staggering ill- health and disease statistics could only be beat with a different approach. I felt strongly that health and self care should be core curriculum subjects in schools, colleges and universities, not taught in a ‘functional’ way, but more teaching people how to live. And here it is perfectly presented in this interview with William Foley and Serge Benhayon – a conversation of true schools of the ancients in the way of the classical greek philosopher Pythagorus. Education has been reduced to function a mental activity not dedication to guiding the ‘whole person’ to know who they truly are and how to be in life. Consequently the majority of humanity suffers needlessly. As Serge says ‘ True education is a Livingness.’

  • Fiona Cochran December 25, 2016   Reply →

    The statistic of 33 – 40 % of the world population has 5 or more chronic conditions is shocking, when you then understand that the majority of this group is under 65 we have to ask what is it about the way we are living that is seeing illness and disease increase at such alarming rates?

  • Fiona Cochran December 25, 2016   Reply →

    Whilst I was watching the episode I forgot who was interviewing who. This is the type of television that we need more of on our screens, the type that asks us if we are living to our true potential rather than ensures that we are not.

  • Harrison White December 25, 2016   Reply →

    This is so awesome, watching it for the second time I heard so much more than I did the first time! Our education system is indeed lacking so much, it can teach people to read, write and count but it doesn’t teach us about making wise choices; for example, a person can be so accomplished in mathematics or a profession and then drink alcohol.. which is poisonous to the body…

  • Peta Lehane December 25, 2016   Reply →

    True philosophical discussion….love it, love it, Love it! Returning to ourselves, we return to contemplation and pondering, seemingly a lost art. Thank you to all who contributed to the production of SB TV, bringing this through for humanity at a time where people appear to be becoming automatons, enslaved to a process of existence and where greed is normalised. I could go on and on and yet it was all said here. Serge Benhayon and William Foley, your friendship and collaboration is deeply valued.

  • Shami December 25, 2016   Reply →

    I really admire Serge Benhayon for putting himself out there, and this is especially seen in that stupendous moment when he talks about William Foley with such love and grace. Serge is really opening his heart for everyone to see just how much he loves and appreciates people. This is an enormously brave gesture in a world where love and tenderness is often rejected or scorned – especially with men. In this part of the interview, I feel like Serge is telling us that it is more than ok to not hold back on expressing your love for people, that it is actually very natural and the results of which are beautiful and can be shared with everyone.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 25, 2016   Reply →

    “If human beings were any other species on the planet, with our current health statistics and trends we would be extinct.” This is huge. We are using our intelligence to find ways to simply maintain function and live longer. What we have settled for is a long way from living life with the depth of love, awareness and vitality which is our true nature.

  • Rowena Stewart December 26, 2016   Reply →

    Imagine a hospital being a place where you go to when you are sick so that you can get truly well, in an environment that was brimming with health. Imagine a team of doctors and nurses who are so vibrant, joyful, hale and hearty that they offer you a new platform of health to strive for, rather than our current standard of health, which when regarded against this benchmark is in fact only a slightly ‘better’ standard of ill health. This turns our entire perception of illness, health and healing on its head.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 28, 2016   Reply →

      What Serge Benhayon shows with this example about the level of responsibility we each hold – where the reflection we provide another by how we live has the power to profoundly impact the quality of their life – is truly inspiring.

  • Jonathan Stewart December 26, 2016   Reply →

    Presenting that the lack of joy and fulfillment in life as the missing component in the definition of health that is resulting in the increasing state of ill-health of humanity is both inspirational and common sense. How marvellous it will be when eventually this is acknowledged, accepted and incorporated into all aspects mainstream practice.

  • Carmel Reid December 26, 2016   Reply →

    So what is true health? This blog clearly shows how we think being healthy means that we are less ill than other people we know, but it is astonishing to reveal that so many people have five or more simultaneous illnesses. We may be surviving longer, but what quality are we living? Serge Benhayon invites us to include Joy, vivaciousness and gaiety in his definition of health, in which case 100% of humanity are ill.

  • Natallija December 27, 2016   Reply →

    Everyone is looking for the joy that is missing in his or her life. Turn on to this TV channel and the truth is all revealed. Brilliant viewing that leaves you pondering for hours and calls to attention parts of our lives that we tend to dismiss or ignore.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 27, 2016   Reply →

    The way Serge Benhayon approaches the growing of business and industry is not based on competition but on fullness and joy. This is so different to the now used ways businesses are guided. This TV series are a great way to learn to understand that there is another way.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 27, 2016   Reply →

    Thanks Serge and this is super clear with so much on offer. To come to that understanding that it is time to stop seeking from outside of ourselves and focus on the quality of how we are living then we will return to where we are innately meant to be.

  • Rowena Stewart December 27, 2016   Reply →

    This episode returns to us the real meaning of the Evolution of Mankind. It’s not about identifying our physical origins or survival of the fittest as is so commonly presented. It’s about returning to our true origins, our innate effervescent source of wisdom and joy and our place in this huge and vibrant Universe that we live in.

  • mary sanford December 28, 2016   Reply →

    What a great conversation to start, one about education and the effect it has on us all. I watched my daughter go through the education system and of course it was very different to how I was taught. It seemed to me that children are taught how to pass an exam and all the interesting subjects like biology, geography, Chemistry , Physics have become as dry as parchment and lifeless. Yet when I was at school there were always experiments and we were encouraged to see the wonder in life and the world and how interwoven and dependent everything this is within it self.
    Is it possible that the magic of God has been taken out of our current education system and could this be why there is such a disconnection and lack of awareness of our surroundings so that we able to destroy the ecological balance of the earth because we have no understanding of the interconnectivity of nature?

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 2, 2017   Reply →

      It is ironic as I start to appreciate more the depth of communication offered to us through observing nature, observing the Universe, observing every aspect of life, observing our body, and realising what a God-send this is, I am also finding that young people are becoming less and less engaged in such tangible observations, and are instead more and more immersed with gadgets and virtual reality.

  • Ariana Ray December 28, 2016   Reply →

    ‘True Health and True Intelligence’ – it is our legacy and our responsibility. What happens here is ground breaking TV. The interaction between William Foley and Serge Benhayon is magic, as the exposure of ‘intelligence’ reveals the rot upon which it stands. Pure TV gold.

  • Gill Randall December 28, 2016   Reply →

    The fact that the Lancet is saying that 95% of the world population are unwell should be waking the world up to the fact that we are becoming less well despite having more knowledge of our health and more wealth. Serge Benhayon explains the reason is the fact that virtually all of us are getting sick because we are not living who we truly are. I love the simplicity of how he describes how we can live a universal form of medicine in the world with a flow with the moon and the constellations around us. We need to return to rebuilding education to learn how to live like this starting with how we live our own homes.

  • kehinde James December 29, 2016   Reply →

    I love William Foley’s example of natural cooperation inherent in children and Serge Benhayon’s statement that as human beings we are all naturally co-operative but that this ‘naturalness’ is knocked out of us in life. The ethos of competition, promoted relentlessly, has entered every activity and sphere of life – war and sports of course but also cooking, arts, performance, business and relationships with the resultant build up in tension and hardness that follows. When we seek cooperation with others and for the good of all, there is no tension or straining the body beyond where it naturally wants to be. I know which one I choose.

  • kehinde James December 29, 2016   Reply →

    The brilliance of these interviews is that Serge Benhayon shares Ageless Wisdom and profound truths with ease and clarity making it accessible to much wider audiences. It is rare to be given a complete perspective on life that makes sense, turns everything on its head and supports us to be curious, ask questions, not accept what we’re generally given and told is normal. These interviews show us that there is another way to be human, loving, joyful, cooperative, in true health and appreciative of self and others.

  • Jennifer Smith December 30, 2016   Reply →

    There is a way that we can live that allows us to see through the fog or we can live in a way that only allows us to see the fog. Such profound but simple wisdom that has been presented for a very long time. I love the history presented and discussed here, that shows a clear lineage throughout time to the Ageless Wisdom. The beauty in this wisdom is that it is timeless and although William Foley and Serge Benhayon talk about Hermes and Pythagorus, what they taught is very relevant today as it was in the period that they were in.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 2, 2017   Reply →

      Yes Jennifer. The beauty of the Ageless Wisdom is that it is truly that – Ageless. It does not matter how many hours, days or years have lapsed since such wisdom was shared. There is something magical about such spherical wisdom from the Soul that makes it relevant at all times and in all occasions. I find when I re-visit Serge Benhayon’s books, or re-listen to his presentations, each time the expansion in my awareness has a different flavour depending on what is going on in my life. The Ageless Wisdom seems to keep par with us as we expand and evolve and it forever confirms that we are far more than what we have in this world settled for.

  • Shami December 30, 2016   Reply →

    It is easy to get riveted by what is being spoken here, let’s face it, this is a remarkable piece of film. I watched this without the sound on, and it is even clear to see the sincere grace and understanding in just the movements of Serge Benhayon.

  • Aimee December 30, 2016   Reply →

    What an interview! Now that’s what I call true reporting and the questions and revelations were out of this world. William Foley your love for humanity is so out there for all to see and feel, and Serge Benhayon you are like a window that is forever open allowing the riches from heaven to pour through and bless us everyday with the wisdom that is shared. Thank you to you both and all the crew for making this a reality on TV!

  • Kerstin Salzer December 30, 2016   Reply →

    Through listening to this episode I became aware how much I am still laced by competitive thoughts and how much this is ingrained so that I even have not been aware of this. This episode is deeply revealing our true purpose as humanity and what is going on which does not serve our true purpose.

  • Ariana Ray December 30, 2016   Reply →

    ‘True Health and True Intelligence: the legacy and our responsibility’ – no one considers health as our responsibility, people blame everyone else for their ill-health and not accepting the truth that all of our choices have consequences and it’s our responsibility within that for how we live – and die.

  • Harrison White January 1, 2017   Reply →

    These talks/interviews are very powerful and are full of much exposing truth that humanity really needs.

  • Harrison White January 1, 2017   Reply →

    This is the start of true TV programs, where there will be participation for evolution, and not the fictional fun/entertainment that they are edited for at the present.

  • Stephen Gammack January 2, 2017   Reply →

    I like the notion of how our evolution is linked to us all working together, that one mans intelligence alone is never enough and that it takes working together to address issues and solve problems. It makes a lot of sense and fits in with a way of viewing humanity individually and collectively, particularly the basis we should all live by that each one of us has unique strengths that contribute to the all.

  • Kerstin Salzer January 2, 2017   Reply →

    It is challenging to hear that our human intelligence is not based on truth but on security and as such decisions are made which are not loving but harming everybody. The concequence are catastophes, accidents and illness and disease.

  • Ariana Ray January 2, 2017   Reply →

    Why is it so easy to blame any and everything for our health, rather than consider the basic and very obvious fact that how we live will give us the body we live in. True Health is our responsibility, there is no getting away from it. Live without regard of this and our bodies will show all of the abuse we have been choosing for ourselves.

  • Jane Keep January 3, 2017   Reply →

    Absolutely loved this recent episode with William Foley and Serge Benhayon – I could have listened to them talking for hours. So much depth and wisdom in their conversation – and so much opportunity to learn and grow in watching it. I will definitely be watching these TV episodes again.

  • Vicky Cooke January 3, 2017   Reply →

    This is so rich in content, what do you say after this? A lot! There is so much to ponder. I love these two men and could listen to them forever. So are so many valuable points raised and discussed here and there is so much to learn from including ‘Parenting is education, everything is education we need to connect to the person that is inside the being’. This is one not just for parents but for all of us. Very interesting the point Serge Benhayon made regarding the form of bullying we don’t see, talk about or study which is competition when a person is better than another person in say sport we are basically saying you will never be as good as me! Its a form of bullying and put down of another person. Currently ‘we base people on what they do not who they are’, who they are truly are. Lets start to change this … Serge Benhayon TV has already made the start 💖

  • Susan Green January 3, 2017   Reply →

    Superb and very watchable interview, with a great wrap up at the end explaining the cover up of the spirit, the spirit that is in fact wrecking human life with its form of intelligence. I could watch this all over again it was so interesting.

  • Kerstin Salzer January 3, 2017   Reply →

    I could see myself in the topic concerning a person who did do something for a country or a government giving its power away, instead of discerning carefully whether it makes sense or is healthy or true to do what the other demands. If everybody would live in a way of discernment the world would look different.

  • HM January 3, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon has not been afraid to go there and to ask the question ‘is intelligence everything’ – This episode shows again how we seem to think we have advanced so much as a race, but in truth we are struggling – So what an opportunity this is to start to talk about what is going on – what we see and feel on a day to day basis.

  • Natalie Hawthorne January 3, 2017   Reply →

    I love the part where they are talking about the classic period and living ‘rightly’ and how in today’s world media has the power to spoon feed to us the complete opposite and destroy anyone that represents a true role model of living in a way that is from a ‘fitness from within’ as Serge Benhayon so beautifully presents and lives. Makes sense why the world in is in a state of chaos and despair.

  • Ariana Ray January 3, 2017   Reply →

    In the future, history will acknowledge that SergeBenhayonTV changed the face of television for ever, that it was the turning of the tide of checking out and the start of checking in with ourselves and being inspired by integrity and love. It’s like a broken drum – you can’t beat it!

  • rosanna bianchini January 3, 2017   Reply →

    If we already have 40% of mankind with 5 or more chronic health conditions – simultaneously, then to understand that true intelligence comes from the body, is an urgent and crucial science we all need to accept and embrace.

  • Jane Keep January 3, 2017   Reply →

    I love Serge Benhayon TV as both the interviewer e.g. in this case William Foley, and Serge Benhayon shine a light on aspects of our world today in a new way – well actually they bring us back to basics, to age old lineage, and that there is another way – and always has been another way – no matter how wayward we have become in our daily lives.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 5, 2017   Reply →

      The Serge Benhayon TV also provides a wonderful example of how this media can so simply be kept real, inspiring and informative, as well as deeply honouring.

  • Stephen Gammack January 4, 2017   Reply →

    For me an example of two types of intelligence are one which seeks to control another through the knowledge they have, and the other type that doesn’t do this but uses the intelligence in an equalising way to bring the other person(s) to a richer and strong form of understanding. I would say one is lead by the head and has an ill intention which is imposing, and one is lead by the heart and offers everyone the possibility to know more without seeking to self gain or dominate.

  • Vicky Geary January 5, 2017   Reply →

    Now that we have SBTV the face of television is changed forever. There will always be the choice to use TV to check out and distract ourselves from our evolution, but now we have a television show that actually provides the inspiration and quality that supports not hinders this. What a huge step forward for all of us. Thank you Serge Benhayon, for again leading the way.

  • Kerstin Salzer January 6, 2017   Reply →

    What a great thought to be surrounded in hospital by just deeply healthy people who are not struggling in life but are truly vital and healthy – what kind of consequence this would have on the patients.
    When I imagine what great influence we have on one another in living lovingly, I see what potential have we as humanity to go another way than we do at the moment.

  • Stephen Gammack January 7, 2017   Reply →

    I love the description that this competitiveness we see in people, and the success they garner is an “outer crust”, how apt that description is because if we look closely at so many top sports performers we see behaviour that doesn’t really fit in with society. Antisocial behaviour or problems when the sporting careers end, an inability to cope with life. It calls to account the lie that competition is naturally within us, when we can see in small children that it is very unnatural and that cooperativeness and care for one another is actually our norm.

  • Samantha Davidson January 7, 2017   Reply →

    I feel we have the notion of intelligence upside down, to rely on the head at the disadvantage of the body, does not allow for our true intelligence to be expressed. This is a ground breaking discussion, from men who are speaking from their wisdom, from their bodies.

  • Ariana Ray January 8, 2017   Reply →

    I love Serge TV – what a way to start the day, to end the day and ponder on for the rest of the day. Pure gorgeousness. A huge thanks and celebrations to Serge Benhayon who is supporting evolution of humanity, and we all evolve together, no one is left behind.

  • HM January 8, 2017   Reply →

    This is the sort of content we should be watching to provide a deep understanding of where the world is at. It is phenomenal that we are in a state where so many people under the age of 65 have multiple health conditions. And on top of that, we have moved away from the true meaning of the word health. Serge Benhayon nails it when he shares that we think not being sick is healthy, but in truth, when we stop living who we are and living in joy – we are already at this point unhealthy.

  • kehinde James January 9, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Competition’ and women. A very necessary conversation to air and one that very much reflects a worrying trend. Only the other day someone I know described how in one UK university city women academics and students, drive themselves to the excess: fitness classes, marathons, triathlons, extreme challenges, qualification after qualification, committee membership, careers, mothers, partners, and in the race have lost themselves because the push to prove themselves creates a hardness and armour that is senseless. The fallout I am told is immense, especially health and quality of relationships.

  • Kerstin Salzer January 10, 2017   Reply →

    The conversation between William Foley and Serge Benhayon is so rich and full of detailed information that I often come back and each time I am detecting new aspects.

  • Shami January 10, 2017   Reply →

    On the subject of competition, Serge Benhayon is very open and honest about how he used to live not only in competition with others, but also as a tennis coach – teaching and encouraging it in his students. This is a very important and rare quality that he has, to be so open about how he was, important because it demonstrates his normalcy, and rare because often times presenters will seek to hide such facts so they may portray an image of someone you can you trust – someone who has ‘done no wrong’. But with the openness or transparency that Serge presents with, I find a great willingness in me to trust him because I can see how much of life he has lived and experienced and that nothing he presents does not come from what he has lived. This is inspiring and encourages me to also live with such openness and transparency.

  • Nico van Haastrecht January 10, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon shares that we are getting sick because of not living healthy, sounds so simple. Why, as we are the most ‘intelligent’ species on earth, are we not able to see that? What does this say about what we champion as being intelligent and could it be that that is not that intelligent at all, and that we have to wake up, become real and honest with ourselves and come down to the reality of life and admit that there must be another way to live life that is healthy to our being and to choose that instead.

  • HM January 11, 2017   Reply →

    What is huge to talk about here is the ‘rhythms of life’ and how we as a race do not honour the cycles of the moon, the universe ect. As Serge outlines we have not made this part of our health and medicine and so we are looking for a wonder pill to fix us when in fact the answer is all around us.

  • Gill Randall January 12, 2017   Reply →

    The rate of diabetes tripling in Australia in 30 years shows we have a worsening situation, becoming multi-symptomatic, despite more health care workers getting more qualifications. When health is redefined as Serge Benhayon describes, we are getting sicker by not living who we truly are. We have to change how we live to make any significant changes, how we communicate, how we walk, and change the quality of how we live.

    • Christoph Schnelle January 13, 2017   Reply →

      You are right. There are a number of illnesses that are rising faster than would be expected just from demographic changes like an ageing population.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 12, 2017   Reply →

    I love this TV series. The simplicity and understanding brought to so many areas where most of us have been struggling, despairing and giving up, is exceptional and a priceless gift. Truly heaven sent.

  • Natalie Hawthorne January 12, 2017   Reply →

    The Egyptians had it spot on and thanks to Serge Benhayon we are learning the same principles that it is our relationship with our essence within and the fitness of being able to live this in all that we do. The Way of the Livingness is changing peoples lives enormously – a practical and devoted way of living that embraces all that we are within, our inner most and living with this in every moment. Thanks Serge for your endless commitment in presenting what is possible.

  • Alison Moir January 12, 2017   Reply →

    I really enjoyed this conversation, from the statistics of Diabetes, to the health system to Hermes and re-incarnation, to movement, and what is true intelligence, and so much more, where else do you get conversations like this that are easy to follow yet educational in the true sense of the word. This interview asks questions that we should all be asking why is our health getting worse when we have so much modern technology there to support us. The ‘given upness’ that the world is choosing is becoming more obvious in the type of illness we have in the world today, the questions asked here are far deeper than we realise and there is much we can take from this and bring into our own life. This is a conversation I will come back to many times. Thank you William Foley and Serge Benhayon.

  • Christoph Schnelle January 13, 2017   Reply →

    When William Foley talks about multi-symptomatic people, one of the problems is that evidence-based medicine is not sure how to treat such people, which is freely acknowledged by most researchers. Medicines are tested on people with a single ailment and it is very difficult to test people with multiple ailments as the interactions between illnesses and treatments can be very different from person to person. A person with two ailments can therefore be more than twice as bad off as a person with just one.

  • Shami January 13, 2017   Reply →

    True intelligence comes from the body, as the body lives in response to life. To live with this kind of insight and understanding is deeply loving, as can be seen from this interview between Serge Benhayon and William Foley.

  • Natalie Hawthorne January 13, 2017   Reply →

    I can’t get enough of this episode, it is full of so many nuggets of gold. To be able to develop our connection with ourselves and heal our insecurities then we are creating a quality of being that is content. No need to be seeking competition or greed, this is a game changer to a world that is based on this as its foundation.

  • kehinde James January 15, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon talks about the need to redefine health to include; ‘joy, vivaciousness, aliveness and living who we truly are’. And this make much sense. I know from my own experience how it feels to live without diagnosis of an illness or disease, but have no joy in my life, simply getting by, but no more. To live life from inside out and joyfully truly is a marker of health and transforms our experience of life.

  • Luke Yokota January 15, 2017   Reply →

    To think there can be more than 1 best product and actually we as a human race will not completely benefit until there are many ‘best’ products.

  • Andrew Mooney January 15, 2017   Reply →

    Compelling viewing this episode with so many aspects of the human condition covered. I could particularly relate to the discussion regarding competition versus cooperation, and I could recognise also how I avoided bullying at school, university and life in general through becoming competitive and trying to be better than everyone else. Competition brings us some form of security and protection but at what cost to our relationships and our health?

  • Gill Randall January 15, 2017   Reply →

    When I see this episode, it brings a whole new meaning to watching ‘repeats’, I love listening to it again and again. I find whole new parts of the discussion that I hadn’t taken on board before. The fundamental understanding truth from Serge Benhayon here is that true intelligence comes from our hearts in response to life, not in reaction to life and it is nothing to do with studying and recall.

    • Christoph Schnelle January 23, 2017   Reply →

      Yes, there is a lot there and it is a surprising experience to notice something that didn’t seem to be there before but obviously was and I still missed it. It shows the value of going over these episodes several times.

  • Christoph Schnelle January 17, 2017   Reply →

    I wonder if intelligence is also a measure of how persuasive our mind is and since our mind can get quite fixed ideas, those who are intelligent may then run with these ideas for longer as they are better able to persuade themselves and others, perhaps even regardless of the validity of the initial idea.

  • Nico van Haastrecht January 17, 2017   Reply →

    True intelligence is from the heart and lived in the body and is not anything from the mind we have believed for so long. When we are looking to our nowadays world I have to admit that building this life on the intelligence we have accepted to be intelligent in fact is not the intelligence that will free us from the waywardness we have have created.

  • Stephen Gammack January 17, 2017   Reply →

    I find Serge Benhayon’s mastery of the topic of evolution to be so grounded in common sense. Before I first heard him speak on the subject I had never considered so many of the obvious flaws there are in the common theories that are put forward. I would recommend to anyone, listening to more of his talks on this subject, I would describe them as deeply insightful, informative and captivating.

  • Rowena Stewart January 18, 2017   Reply →

    Surely this is what we should be all discussing in the media, on TV, on radio and on the Internet? Have we gone so far off the rails that we are not even interested in discussing the immutable fact that 95% of our global population is sick, 95%. Is this not a huge sign that somewhere we have got something very wrong? True health is not a fairy tale, it is very attainable and we are in desperate need of real examples of vibrant, joyful health that Serge Benhayon speaks about.

  • HM January 19, 2017   Reply →

    Evolution is not a word I would have included in my day to day life – but since knowing Serge Benhayon, evolution is something I can absolutely understand in my body. It is amazing to start to have a relationship with evolution that I had not considered before.

  • Kathleen Baldwin January 20, 2017   Reply →

    This is a great discussion and one I will watch over and over again as it has so much gold in it . What struck me this time and felt so true was the notion that nobody is naturally competitive as co-operation is a natural state for us to be in. In the competitive world we live in this makes sense of just how exhausted we all are by being something we are not. And if the state of joy is the marker of true health then it goes without saying that we are much more likely to be joyful in a situation where everyone is co-operating with one another than a situation where everyone is competing against one and another as competition is a one-upmanship that breeds anxiety and stress. It also makes great sense that education really needs to grow everyone instead of having people competing to get to the top as everyone has something to offer.

  • Kathleen Baldwin January 21, 2017   Reply →

    And another piece of gold that I loved in this interview was the discussion around our insecurities as people. In a world where most people feel insure and feel never enough as we have been bombarded by advertising and the media telling us what products we need to boost our confidence, this is a makes total sense. I totally understand how we are insecure because we don’t develop the inner being, we get completely fooled into thinking we are just functional beings; that we are not nurturing beings on ‘who we are ‘as all the focus is on’ what we do’. It is being in communion with our divinity that bring the whole of us through and allows us to deepen and trust what is inside of us and to move in a way that can access true intelligence; as this is who we are when we are not getting caught in distractions. This is a great wake-up call

  • Nico van Haastrecht January 22, 2017   Reply →

    What I have learned on competition from watching this video is that we use competition as a way of life to disregard and bury that what so naturally lives within us all, that natural unique expression that gives the flavour to life and shows from many angles that we are so much more than the competitors in life we have made us to be, that we are divine and belong to a much grander order, of which even the universe is part of.

  • Ariana Ray January 22, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Competition, greed, our declining health’ – scorching topics for truly great TV. Serge Benhayon and William Foley with a great expose`.

  • Christoph Schnelle January 23, 2017   Reply →

    It is a simple question: Why are so many doctors exhausted? They know the consequences for themselves and their patients which can be dire – mistakes, burnout, having to leave the profession etc. The doctors also know very well what to do yet… Why is that?

  • Kathleen Baldwin January 23, 2017   Reply →

    I loved this quote from Hermes . . . “don’t look with your eyes look through your eyes” . . . This is one to remember.

  • Samantha England January 25, 2017   Reply →

    As individuals, as a society, as a world wide nation we are so deeply irresponsible we blame everyone and everything before looking at our own behaviour. Serge Benhayon is really rare in that he lives responsibility every move he makes takes the whole of humanity into account.

  • Ariana Ray January 25, 2017   Reply →

    ‘True health’ – now that is an interesting topic. We assume if we ‘eat healthily’ then we will be fine, or rather, we SHOULD be fine. We essentially abdicate responsibility for our health, telling ourselves that the healthy diet will do it for us. Yet how we live our lives in terms of low self esteem, poor self worth, negative thoughts and self loathing are all making our bodies sick.

  • Gill Randall January 25, 2017   Reply →

    I have never heard anywhere else that the process of evolution that Serge Benhayon describes, is us tapping into something already inside us, returning to what we were in the beginning. That makes me feel life is a shedding of the things that thought I were correct, that are not true. Humanity is definitely not working as it is, I love the understanding of true intelligence coming from the knowing in the heart – that feels to be true.

  • Tricia Nicholson January 26, 2017   Reply →

    What an amazing, true, honest interview exposing the true facts and figures of our declining current health trends and what is really going on. Our Ill health is really quite shocking and the real joy and aliveness of true health is missing simply by not living who we really are . Our Universal from of medicine is missing and no longer understood, something Serge Benhayon and Universal medicine is offering us all. Beautiful and much needed true TV offering us all a way forward for a true living way of quality and beingness in every aspect of our lives.

  • Tricia Nicholson January 26, 2017   Reply →

    True intelligence for humanity is offered here as a reflection and inspiration for us all. Evolution – contemplation and pondering a different world for all, without the competition that has taken us over and is not from our oneness and which leaves us insecure and false. Great real Tv that allows us to feel what is really going on.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 27, 2017   Reply →

    “We are not living who we truly are and we have a system of life that doesn’t feed who we truly are, so we are living in a way that we are not truly we are eroding the body by even just ticking the boxes. “ This is Huge! We have greater number of trained medical people than ever, yet we are sicker than ever than before. We need to seriously get back to basics where health is concerned.

  • Samantha Davidson January 27, 2017   Reply →

    I thought I was healthy when I was in fact surviving…what many call healthy is in fact illness, we have a low bar on what health looks and feels like. I was exhausted, slept badly, bloated, achy and tense and I thought that I was fine….I now know very different, but this has come from a deeper awareness of my body and ultimately a deeper responsibility for my well being. Serge Benhayon remains an inspiration concerning responsibility and health, a wonderful conversation to listen to and to continue discussing.

  • Shami January 27, 2017   Reply →

    The way that Serge Benhayon is so openly and un-apologetically loving is very beautiful to watch. Being able to watch him love unconditionally is something very special, and how tremendous that he has chosen to show this to the world on Serge Benhayon TV.

  • Rebecca Briant January 31, 2017   Reply →

    Wow, you can literally drop into these episondes anywhere and be blown away by what is being presented – in just a few sentences Serge Benhayon gives us everything

  • Natalie Hawthorne February 1, 2017   Reply →

    I have been developing my way of living where by I am allowing the cardio centric way to be my impulse. Inspired by Serge Benhayon and the teachings of Universal Medicine, the more I allow this to be my way, the more space, ease and joy I feel within myself. Learning to have this as my normal and reflect this love and light in full I am also starting to understand it is crucial for everyone.

  • Rebecca Briant February 2, 2017   Reply →

    I love these episodes – it doesn’t matter which one you watch or the topic they cover there is the same quality to them – you cannot tell that one person is the interviewer and the other the interviewee – yes, one ask questions and the other provides answers or insights, but there is a equality and a sense more of a conversation than a one way dictation

  • Christoph Schnelle February 2, 2017   Reply →

    One of the key questions is that medical science knows very well how almost all of us can avoid chronic diseases yet why we are unable to put this knowledge into practice. It is a bit like knowing how to build a bridge, having everything in place, including labour and materials and, crucially, all the knowledge that is needed and with some team members having built a bridge before – but we still can’t build that bridge…

  • Ariana Ray February 3, 2017   Reply →

    What is true health? Is it vitality and a spark in your eye, being able to get up from bed everyday with the same degree of bounce, welcoming the day ahead? Or is it using multiple mediations to keep illness and disease to low levels, or is it just not having terminal cancer? We seem to have changed our definition of health over the years, to find ourselves defining health as not being terminally ill. If life is our best medicine, how are we living that we are getting so sick? How smart are we about our life choices that still cause us to be sick?

  • Sandra Schneider February 3, 2017   Reply →

    OMG here are so many golden nuggets…where to start?
    OK today by watching Serge Benhayon TV with William Foley I found it interesting how deep we are involved in that idea of ‘I am what I do’. To be honest, I have nearly now idea how to describe myself (or others) independent of the doing (or look). The true descriptions of us is something we have to re-claim. And the only way to do so is to start to truly see again (by open up our hearts) and to start to appreciate again. Therefor I need my whole body and not just a part of it that tries to act separative. We will make it together or not at all – as one body. And I mean by that: my whole body and the whole body of humanity.

  • Natalie Hawthorne February 4, 2017   Reply →

    I totally understand what Serge is saying about a competitive person being an insecure person. I know that for myself I have for all of my life been looking outside of me and being in comparison with whomever is around me. Then seeing how I can come out on top so to speak. This I know has been driven from a deep lack of self confidence within myself and the more I connect and look within and feel how incredible I really am, the more I stop what is not who I am. Best thing ever to free ourselves from.

  • Gill Randall February 4, 2017   Reply →

    True health as described by Serge Benhayon exposes the real problem of how we are living and eroding the body in ill health. The truth occasionally leaks out in the news; a couple of days ago, in the UK, there was an item that cancer is set to increase six fold in the future, but are we listening? We need to change how we live. This understanding makes such sense for us all to wake up to: that we need to learn to live rightly, as in the past, by the quality of how we live, how we move, how we speak, and return to our virtue to build from the inside out to build us back to being whole again.

  • Jane Keep February 4, 2017   Reply →

    The first 20 minutes is an absolutely brilliant over view of our world today – it gives the best understanding of the way we are in the world that I have heard – so clear and simple to understand and so profound. Then William Foley and Serge Benhayon go on to discuss many other aspects of life, our world and the universe which are literally mind blowing as it is medicine of the body to deepen our understanding of life and all things.

  • HM February 4, 2017   Reply →

    Yesterday we spoke to a PR firm who deals in healthcare in the US. They too see what is going on and how were getting to the point where people are just surviving and existing. Where multi-symptomatic illness is the norm. What we got to in that meeting is that now, it is all about responsibility first. But we are relying on the next generation to do that and not yet looking at ourselves. This episode should be played in Times Square so people are able to feel what is truly going on, and that the responsibility is everyones.

  • Rowena Stewart February 5, 2017   Reply →

    I have waited so long for TV like this, real discussions that challenge all we take for granted and expose the fact that we are settling for so much less that what we truly deserve. Our international standards of health and wellbeing are being fully restored to us by this forward thinking interview.

  • Shami February 5, 2017   Reply →

    To contemplate or ponder rather than analyse and critique. This is beautiful and gives great space to expression itself – as it allows for response rather than reaction to take place between us as we interact and live with eachother all the time.

  • Gill Randall February 9, 2017   Reply →

    I can feel the truth of what Serge Benhayon says about how we have become so lost. We all need to be our own professor of ourselves before we train for a profession, to bring a true quality of ourselves of how we live daily to how we work. What ‘Pythagorus taught that if it is not lived in the body, it is impossible for us to impart it because it has not been lived’ is a huge message for us all.

  • Gabriele Conrad February 10, 2017   Reply →

    We seem to have foregone the lived wisdom of those who have clearly shown the way and the fact that Pythagoras’s very existence can be questioned is a telling sign of how lost we really are.

  • Stephen Gammack February 11, 2017   Reply →

    The link between the rhythm we live in and our overall health, the way in which we live in harmony not just with nature but with everyone around us. Making choices that leave us energised and abundantly well. It doesn’t have to be perfect but can we say as a global society we are even close to that. I can’t remember this being covered with any such consideration for the fact that everything we do matters to our health. So being greedy, corrupt, mean, falsely nice but not truthful, basically anything that isn’t in line with how we are meant to live simply and honestly, makes us sick and also affects everyone by way of the unseen imprint it leaves on planet earth.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 11, 2017   Reply →

    “Understanding of the inner workings of our innate multi-dimensionality” – this is an area that until recently I had not even considered let alone start to see its relationship to the world and our daily life. What is so simply introduced here offers a profound reawakening.

  • Elizabeth McCann February 12, 2017   Reply →

    This is the best interview ever that I have had the good fortune to watch. There is so much openness equality and mutual respect between the interviewer and the interviewee that the viewers get to see firsthand, how it is possible to relate and communicate with another in a loving way.

    • Shirley-Ann Walters March 28, 2017   Reply →

      Yes Elizabeth, great to be observing the quality of this interaction as well as its amazing content.

  • Ariana Ray February 12, 2017   Reply →

    A great indictment on modern life – ‘Competition, greed, our declining health’. Serge Benhayon is showing here that there is another way to live and he is the living example of that fact.

  • Kerstin Salzer February 15, 2017   Reply →

    I understand that the way I move is crucial to how I feel. After certain movements including exercises I feel empty, after other movements my body feels full and vibrant. As such I am learning to listen to my body in order to refine my movements and to feel myself in a more natural state.

  • Shami February 15, 2017   Reply →

    When I watch these two men, sitting and talking together so beautifully in this way, they help to restore my faith and trust in men as a whole.

  • Luke Yokota February 15, 2017   Reply →

    I loved William Foley’s story of the America physicist being a hero but once coming to his personal realisation of nuclear armament and the huge impact his discovery will have on the current and future generations he decided to advocate for disarmament, and was prosecuted as a communist.

    Doesn’t this highlight how popularity, in most situations, isn’t based on people loving the person but rather a quality that person can bring to satisfy individual wants and needs.

  • Ariana Ray February 17, 2017   Reply →

    Have you noticed how much joy is in the eyes of Serge Benhayon as he presents, it’s a pure delight to watch, it lifts you out of whatever we are in when it started. That simple smile does it all. That is what TV should be about, lifting us up and inspiring us to evolve instead of numb out. Bring it on Serge Benhayon.

  • Ariana Ray February 19, 2017   Reply →

    True health- it has to come from how we live, so true health is true livingness – being willing to be me no matter what.

  • Shami February 19, 2017   Reply →

    It makes sense that under the guise of competition, there is actually an insecurity of not knowing how to cope with life other than to be better than another. Because competition only works on one part of us, it only develops one aspect of ourselves that we can say is better or best, when truly there is so much more to every person, every person has the capability to live with a multi-dimentional awareness all of the time. So competition is the reduction of people in to what is only our temporal achievements and it leaves out our innate and divine connection both with ourselves and with eachother.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 26, 2017   Reply →

      To target being better than another, we have to actively aim to have someone be less. That is not natural to our heart. We are actually designed to live as one and be in support of each other equally. In order to be able to compete we have to disconnect from the impulse of our own heart, otherwise it is not possible!

  • Gill Randall February 19, 2017   Reply →

    I loved listening to this again and hearing how Serge Benhayon talks in this episode about how we can reconnect to the ability to ponder and contemplate instead of analysis. It feels like simply sitting with something and feeling it in depth, and becoming aware of the answers from a true intelligence that is available to us all. The answers are all there for us to access when we allow and return to contemplation.

  • Alison Moir February 21, 2017   Reply →

    It makes sense when Serge Benhayon says we need to re-define the word health. We have a concept that we are healthy if we are not sick yet if we saw it as Serge says – as healthy as being joyous and living who we truly are – we would be more aware of our ill health long before we are sick or being diagnosed with diabetes or heart disease. We need to understand so much more about the body than its medical diagnosis.

  • Leigh Matson February 21, 2017   Reply →

    The quality in which these two share feels very stilling. They are not asking the watcher to get enmeshed in the topics shared but to sit back and consider life in a different way.

  • Gabriele Conrad February 23, 2017   Reply →

    It is great being able to watch Serge Benhayon and appreciate a fellow human being with utter and complete settlement in his body and being; someone who doesn’t offer ever more solutions, quick fixes or clever answers but probes more deeply and includes all of us rather than delivering a lecture.

  • Ariana Ray February 24, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Competition, greed, our declining health – the fact that our greatest forms of ‘intelligence’ cannot seem to save us from ourselves.’ This is a huge indictment on our attitudes towards ourselves. That we are willing to sacrifice the body to satisfy the rule of ‘intelligence’ – is not so intelligent.

  • Gill Randall February 24, 2017   Reply →

    In this conversation, Serge Benhayon exposes the truth about ugliness of competition and it being so unhealthy for our bodies because he lived in this way years ago. When we are ruled by competition, this is played out in our lives in business and society and is based on greed and insecurity. We have to change the fundamental way we are living to change this, these examples from Serge Benhayon of unfolding us back to something we already have inside of us are the way forwards to evolve.

  • Jonathan Stewart February 25, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon, with all that he presents, brings a perception and depth of understanding that makes the most complex understandable and this is because what he presents is in truth common sense.

  • Gabriele Conrad February 25, 2017   Reply →

    I have heard Serge Benhayon talk about intelligence before and how limited it is but this interview presents it in a nutshell and it is worth repeating: what we call intelligence is based on our need for security and thus, this intelligence is fed by our nervous system rather than inspired by our heart. The latter is the cardio-centric way of life and the former is a perpetual reaction to our unhealed hurts.

    • Christoph Schnelle March 12, 2017   Reply →

      Yes, intelligence may be the ability to act upon what we know.

  • HM February 26, 2017   Reply →

    Where talking about issues if I don’t feel it in my body – then I carry on as usual. This interview certainly allows me to feel it in my body and consider my responsibility in how I am living, and how I am able to inspire others. The change starts with us, not with the government or more money or more doctors – it starts with the simplicity of how we live in each day.

  • Jonathan Stewart February 27, 2017   Reply →

    The understanding presented here that our present concept of intelligence is based upon, and arisen out of, a strategy for security is a huge revelation.

  • Shami February 28, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon presents a fascinating subject about how we can develop the being inside as opposed to putting all our focus on what can be achieved from an outside perspective. This is a challenging statement, but one that will eventually change the world, because all of our systems are currently based on recognising achievements and not on celebrating the being, and so it will take time for us all to arrest this need for recognition and to allow the truth of who we are to dictate the quality of life on earth.

  • Jonathan Stewart February 28, 2017   Reply →

    There is so much in this episode, the scope and depth of subject matter covered requires many listening’s.

  • HM March 1, 2017   Reply →

    We consider the word healthy as doing OK and getting on with it – but we also live in a world where we think there is healthy competition or healthy lifestyles which are not really true. We have distilled what true health is – but it is brought back to the table so beautifully here. We see things like stress to tension normal and so we don’t consider that it is unhealthy to live In this way. What is presented here is the truth of the state of the world – and is very inspiring to truly define health.

  • Jonathan Stewart March 1, 2017   Reply →

    It is such a significant observation that William Foley makes that when humanity deviated from the aspiration of ‘right living’ we began the spiral of descent, which has resulted in the state of chaos and crisis that humanity presently faces. The Way of The Livingness, spearheaded by Serge Benhayon, is re-igniting the path of evolution that those greater inspirations from the past, such as Pythagoras and Hermes, presented.

  • Ariana Ray March 2, 2017   Reply →

    ‘The legacy and our responsibility’ – that is sure a topic to give good consideration to, as we all love the responsibility – actually that is not true. We all do not love responsibility, we kick and scream when it comes knocking on our door. This is a great topic to be talking about, for we all need to pull ourselves up by the boot straps where responsibility is concerned.

  • Shami March 2, 2017   Reply →

    I notice how Serge Benhayon never criticises people, even when he is talking about some pretty hard hitting issues, people are always spoken about with the utmost respect.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh March 11, 2017   Reply →

      This has been a huge inspiration and point of learning from the moment of meeting Serge Benhayon. A depth of care, regard and absolute love of people which comes from the irrefutable awareness of the love, oneness and divinity at the core of every single person’s essence and the understanding of the energetic outplay that results in individuals displaying what is contra to their true essence as the Sons of God that we all are.

  • Vicky Geary March 2, 2017   Reply →

    Intelligence is something we often pride ourselves on and yet in this interview it is revealed that our understanding of what intelligence actually is, is very limited. This explains why even after all those years at school, where we are focussing entirely on ‘our intelligence’, something always felt like it was missing.

  • HM March 3, 2017   Reply →

    The conversation shared here between these two men is amazing. What each of them bring is huge and really makes me see the state of humanity .This sort of content on TV makes me feel expanded – it asks me to take responsibility and it asks me to actually feel in my body the state of the world.

  • Natalie Hawthorne March 5, 2017   Reply →

    My life has complete turned around and I never imagined it could be this amazing thanks to the ancient teachings Serge Benhayon presents. A fitness from within, connecting to my innermost and living with this as my influence, not from outside of me. An esoteric way of living that has been lived centuries before us. Returning back to our origins.

  • Ariana Ray March 6, 2017   Reply →

    True health as you say, comes from living life with love, not from pills.

  • Gill Randall March 7, 2017   Reply →

    The process of living our life with responsibility is living in service for others , not trying to make our lives better for ourselves. When we connect to this purpose, our lives may improve as a byproduct, but that was not our original impulse. This is the way of life we can choose to pursue when we trust what we have inside us.

  • Stephanie Stevenson March 8, 2017   Reply →

    Whoa…these statistics are so shocking and exposing of the choices that are being made in our lives worldwide. A powerful communication between Serge Benhayon and William Foley sharing how the QUALITY we live in consistently so, is everything. Thank you for these powerful presentations to support living the truth of who we are.

  • Ariana Ray March 10, 2017   Reply →

    True health is about accepting responsibility for how we live, think, speak and act. We are not just functional beings as Serge Benhayon so rightly presents, we are so much more and can influence the world by our actions. Serge TV is pure gold to be presenting the truth about health.

  • Ariana Ray March 11, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Competition, greed, our declining health – the fact that our greatest forms of ‘intelligence’ cannot seem to save us from ourselves’ this is worthy of examination as only Serge Benhayon can examine such topics. For they need to be exposed and are in this episode. The truly terrible outcome of competition, greed and our declining health is not going to go away until it has been exposed across the globe for what it is.

  • jonathan stewart March 11, 2017   Reply →

    The Way of The Livingness and all that Serge Benhayon presents is re-igniting the Ancient Wisdom of ‘right living’ for the present day.

  • Christoph Schnelle March 12, 2017   Reply →

    We know what to do to live in a healthy way – science may have some disputes at the margin but there is broad consensus on moving our body sufficiently and to have as few harmful substances as possible. What we don’t know is how the whole population or at least large parts of it can live that way.

  • Kerstin Salzer March 12, 2017   Reply →

    If the bodies of those who work in the healthsystem would emmanate true health, patients would much more feel the impact of the unhealthy manners and thoughts they may choose to live in .

  • Ariana Ray March 12, 2017   Reply →

    I love the practical and straight talking truth that Bill Foley and Serge Benhayon go to in this episode.

  • Vicky Geary March 12, 2017   Reply →

    My whole education has mislead me to believe that intelligence is how much we know, typically through re-call. Thanks to Serge Benhayon I am learning that we have access to so much more intelligence that we can imagine. It’s not the type that is generally found in books or taught at school, but a wisdom that comes from an all encompassing way of living.

    • Christoph Schnelle March 16, 2017   Reply →

      Yes, it is quite an amazing level of intelligence you speak of Vicky. If it is combined with the recall-of-facts-based intelligence that is a particularly powerful combination, though much of that high level intelligence stands alone as there is no equivalent in the other type of intelligence.

  • Rebecca March 13, 2017   Reply →

    Such a facinating and far reaching conversation – starting with the state of the worlds health and taking a journey through the ages of history, economy and much more.

  • HM March 13, 2017   Reply →

    Wow this shows me once again how medicine is movement and so much more than pills or rest. I know someone who recently decluttered their house after years of avoiding it and when they shared this with me, every cell in my body knew this was medicine for them.

  • Rebecca March 13, 2017   Reply →

    The statistics on the state of the worlds health that are discussed at the start of the interview are shocking – why is it that as a collective we haven’t sat up and taken far more notice of these ballooning trends of ill health? It is so true that our measure of what we consider healthy is simply changing to accommodate the higher levels of ill health

  • Natalie Hawthorne March 14, 2017   Reply →

    I totally agree about Woman having competition with each other, I fell for this hook line and sinker and then when you start to develop your relationship within you get to see how much you have been looking out. Comparison and jealousy feed off the competition and it is the underlying abuse that we walk around with when we ignore the fact that it is going on.

  • Jonathan Stewart March 14, 2017   Reply →

    Identifying that the underlying cause behind all illness and disease is a result from living life from a focus on security resulting in the body being in a constant of anxiousness is revolutionary and alters the whole approach to life.

    • Natallija August 22, 2017   Reply →

      This is absolutely life changing as the investment we have feeds the ill of the body when the natural state is just to be!

  • Rebecca March 15, 2017   Reply →

    Humanity would die out if it was not for our unending determination to survive at any cost, and in some cases, accept existence rather than living. We cannot blame genetics any longer when the reality of the effect of our environment and our choices becomes clearer and clearer. A fascinating interview, thank you

  • Shami March 15, 2017   Reply →

    There is no defence or competition between these two men. Their shoulders are down and their chests are open. The gaze that they look at eachother with is equally tender and there is joy in their eyes to be communicating and talking in such a way.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 7, 2017   Reply →

      None of them is trying to prove a point. Each listens to what the other has to say with appreciation and respect. Then each builds on what the other has shared. It is pure grace in motion.

  • Christoph Schnelle March 16, 2017   Reply →

    Much of our current ill health is not due to a breakdown in medicine but a breakdown in people’s behaviour – eating the wrong things and too much, not moving enough. Medicine is not geared at the moment to successfully deal with the causes of these developments.

  • Gill Randall March 17, 2017   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon discusses how we can reflect in our livingness with our bodies what our profession requires. We would then have nurses who all showed us how we can live a healthy life, solicitors who reflected how we could live in harmony, teachers who could bring a clarity to children of what true learning is, and hotel managers who love their employees who work for them. We would have the answers from their bodies how we live our lives and keep the responsibility to live it in truth.

  • Stephanie Stevenson March 18, 2017   Reply →

    The great thing is, that every time these episodes are re-visited, there is always more to be aware of and appreciate the depth that Serge Benhayon offers in these communications.

  • Stephen Gammack March 19, 2017   Reply →

    If as in the times of Plato we made life about bringing people to a higher state of awareness, what difference would this philosophy make to life as we know it. At the moment we have horrors and atrocities across the world, as well as what we see as less extreme but still abusive ways of living in what we call our civilised countries. Would a higher state of awareness draw us out of this harming way of living and set a higher quality of care in how our societies function, how we speak to one another, what our values are? I would consider that it would, it would certainly be a goal worth setting. To live in a way where we want to make choices that leave us vibrantly healthy, and open to seeing the world as it is, I would be fascinated to see where that might take us as a global population. Of course it is easy to enact in one’s own individual life, and that is where we always must start.

  • Ariana Ray March 20, 2017   Reply →

    Considering what our legacy and responsibility is – who does that? Who goes on TV and presents on what our legacy and responsibility are? No one but Serge Benhayon and Bill Foley. This is rare gold and a TV landmark.

  • Natalie Hawthorne March 20, 2017   Reply →

    I can remember since I was young that there was something more to life than just our physical beings and as I grew older I realised that there was nothing around me to support this so I started to put it on the shelf. Later in my teens when searching I came across many avenues that proposed another worldliness and nothing felt true until I meet Serge Benhayon and the teachings of the Ageless Wisdom as taught by Universal Medicine. Here it all makes sense and you can feel the depth of Love that is available to us all if we so choose to live this Love.

  • Sarah Karam March 21, 2017   Reply →

    I really loved William Foley as an interviewer in this episode , hearing all the statistics he quoted just blew me away. Serge Benhayon has a refreshing approach to health, I love looking at life from the point of view or possibility that maybe the status quo has it all wrong, especially considering the state of health globally. Maybe there is more to the way we move, speak and interact than we have cared to bring focus to?

  • Richard Mills March 21, 2017   Reply →

    When we consider what is presented here about the numbers of medical professionals we have, the number of people with degrees, the numbers of people who are highly educated – and relate that to the health statistics we are seeing – we surely have to conclude that our current approach to health and wellbeing is not working. The reported statistics suggest that the opposite is true and that far from addressing our health issues, they are mushrooming out of our control. As Serge Benhayon says here, maybe we need to be looking at the true cause of ill health and understanding this rather than continuing along a path that is clearly not working.

  • HM March 23, 2017   Reply →

    Wow – we are not sick as a city or town or country – we are sick as a humanity. These stats are pretty staggering – the fact that we all put up with being multi-symptomatic and that is just how things are. There is a need to stop and ask why – and what Serge Benhayon presents to us is that maybe success is not what we think it is – maybe there is something more than money and assets.

  • Gabriele Conrad March 23, 2017   Reply →

    Very enlightening to hear and understand how much we have reduced ourselves to machine-like functioning units rather than being experts on how to live life first and foremost. We need a totally different kind of fitness, as Serge Benhayon says “fitness from the inside out”.

    • Natallija November 6, 2017   Reply →

      A inner fitness that brings true health and vitality, not the illusion of strength that hides many unresolved issues that our current world climate is showing en masse.

  • Ariana Ray March 23, 2017   Reply →

    To recognise what is being exposed here turns on their head, the health programmes countries run to support their peoples. We are sick as a one humanity, the statistics show this is so and yet we truck along an ill path as if all is fine. Like Caesar who played his harp in his madness as Rome burned around him, we too are playing a tune in our madness as a humanity while we get sicker and sicker.

  • Gill Randall March 24, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon very clearly shows us that the way we are living is not working and the body is having to correct itself as the head drives us completely out of control. It makes so much sense to me that the understanding from our intelligence is not true but based on defence in reaction from our hurts. Instead we can learn intelligence from the heart in response to life. Serge gives us lots of examples of stories within stories to deepen our wisdom.

  • Samantha Davidson March 24, 2017   Reply →

    I was told I was not intelligent when I was a child, I can now see that the way I observed life was spherical, big picture, feeling the all and this is not something that is often if ever considered in our narrow and separative world. It contradicts the cultural norms, but all children view life in this amazing wide way and they feel everything. I am reclaiming what I know, I reclaim the sensitivity and openness I was and expressed from and lived as a child.

  • Vicky Geary March 24, 2017   Reply →

    I can’t help but feel Serge Benhayon’s absolute joy as he presents on this TV series. That for me is testament of a man who walks what he talks.

  • Natalie Hawthorne March 26, 2017   Reply →

    Since being inspired deeply by Serge Benhayon and the teachings of the Ageless Wisdom I have come to re-awaken myself as Serge shares in this episode. The world is totally functioning in a way that makes you focus on the outside and there is nothing much supporting us to deepen our connection within. Universal Medicine is the only organisation that I have experienced that is presenting how this can actually be in a very practical way. My life is changing the more I trust what I feel inside and make this my focus – not what’s outside of me.

  • Rowena Stewart March 26, 2017   Reply →

    Every time I watch this I get to another level of understanding about how and why we, humanity, is so sick and a deep appreciation of ‘right living’ that our ancient civilisations were very aware of, which appears to be a lost art in our current era. I deeply appreciate Professor William Foley and Serge Benhayon for putting it firmly back on the map.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 4, 2017   Reply →

      What I find striking is that when such wisdom is communicated, although much of it is clearly not reflected in the world we have created around us, most of us can nonetheless deeply and profoundly relate to what is shared. We innately know this wisdom and all it takes is enough of us to choose to start living it once again.

  • Shirley-Ann Walters March 28, 2017   Reply →

    It is really alarming when you truly consider the ill health of humanity. Looking at that in the historical context of “living rightly” in the classical era is stark considering all the challenges of that time.

  • Ariana Ray March 28, 2017   Reply →

    True intelligence – This episode exposes the truth of true intelligence that is not mind-driven to find those eternal quick fix solutions to a problem that has been occurring for centuries – we are so arrogant that we think we can fix everything with a sticking plaster, but the plasters won’t stick any more and are exposing the rot underneath. We are as one humanity sicker than ever before – and set to get sicker. That is where so called intelligence gets us – if we are so smart, why are we in this mess?

  • Stephen Gammack March 30, 2017   Reply →

    A professor of livingness, to live capably. What does that mean, what Serge Benhayon presents here is remarkable in its simplicity and yet it isn’t what we laud. We respect more the badge or certification that someone lives than the quality and richness of every aspect of our lives. Perhaps that is why we have such a messed up approach to work, where we degrade others if they don’t fit a career path we deem respectable.

  • Kerstin Salzer March 31, 2017   Reply →

    Talking about health and living in a body which emmanates this wellbeing and health should be go together. Talking about health whilst smoking cigarettes or drinking alcohol etc. cannot be from a body which is vital and healthy.

  • Gabriele Conrad April 1, 2017   Reply →

    “We are not fit to handle life” – is a very important quote in this interview. We compartmentalise and seek solutions rather than accept and work with and within the multidimensionality we are a part of.

  • Shami April 2, 2017   Reply →

    Here we have two ordinary men talking about life, and although the content is amazing what is phenomenal is the quality that they are speaking in.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 2, 2017   Reply →

    We are proud of ourselves for becoming more “intelligent”, we have more machinery, gadgets and apps to do things that we could not dream of just 50 years ago. Yet people are sicker, we have more suicides, drugs, alcohol and all manner of extreme behaviors have gone through the roof, we are decimating our planet at an ever increasing rate. What is it about our “intelligence” that is not so intelligent? This episode is a great start to this conversation.

  • Ariana Ray April 2, 2017   Reply →

    The state of the world is one that reflects the fact of our irresponsibility in health and well being. All we need to do is look at the statistics presented by the World Health Organisation and we can see clearly the degree of irresponsibility we have had in caring for ourselves. The statistics show us that we seem to have an attitude of trashing ourselves instead of caring for ourselves. Given the truth of who we all are, that makes no sense whatsoever. Irresponsibility makes no sense either. What Serge Benhayon presents here is that we are not ‘fit’ to handle life, it certainly seems to be the case.

  • Natallija April 3, 2017   Reply →

    This episode once again is sharing how our ‘intelligence’ is driven by complication, but when is comes from the innate wisdom within our bodies it is so simple and speaks volumes to so many on how we can truly live.

  • Natalie Hawthorne April 4, 2017   Reply →

    I love coming back to these episodes there is so much wisdom and truth that is being shared by Serge Benhayon. Everything makes so much sense.

  • Ariana Ray April 6, 2017   Reply →

    In this episode, Serge Benhayon tells us we need to re-define the word health – and he is so right. We need to look at the ill-health statistics to see that it’s not health that is the norm today, but an absolutely accepted level of ill-health that has become normal. How did we get to accepting ill-health as normal? What steps led us to this? To look at how far we have come to live our daily lives from the beauty and grandness of our truth will give us a clue, for that is what we have walked away from.

  • Fumiyo Egashira April 7, 2017   Reply →

    When we look at the world – sure, we see so many problems, but our approach always seems to have been ‘try harder’, and not really changing anything. Who would have thought to question intelligence – the very thing that builds and dictates the societies the world over?

  • Gill Randall April 7, 2017   Reply →

    I never thought of myself as a teacher ( not having all the knowledge required) but as Serge Benhayon tells us, we are all teachers at home to our children and everyone we meet. It feels like we go around in circles when we trash ourselves and can’t handle life. I love the Pythagorus quote, “if it is not lived in the body, we can’t impart it. “ It is all about our livingness, building ourselves from the inside out, this is what we reflect.

  • Natallija April 8, 2017   Reply →

    Every time I watch Serge Benhayon TV I am offered an even greater understanding on the topic then the time before. This viewing is offering more for me to understand and apply to my everyday living that is in stark contrast to what I have felt watching re-runs of programs on various social media forums.

  • Gill Randall April 8, 2017   Reply →

    It feels no coincidence how Pythagorus, the master of masters (and many women too) have been recorded inaccurately or completely wiped out from history. Pythagorus taught to look beyond our eyes, not to stay with only what we see. There is a huge reductionism of his power, kept quiet in history to keep reflection of the other worldliness he knew of how to bring our wholeness as a humanity collectively. Serge Benhayon explains that there is the true divine but then also a hinderance that can interfere that we need to awaken from. It is very confirming to know that everything is already there within us to deepen and trust inside us.

  • Leigh Strack April 8, 2017   Reply →

    The research William Foley presented, essentially indicating 95 percent of humanity are ill and Serge Benhayon’s response that actually if we consider that health ment joy, gaiety, vitality and love, that actually we are all ill is astounding. Yet I find myself feeling light and joyful with this presentation, for it has allowed me feel the potential I have to live a consistently joyful life.

  • Leigh Strack April 8, 2017   Reply →

    The way Serge Benhayon keeps the cause and cure to humanity’s illness epidemic simple is truly humbling, this makes it available to all of humanity, and we all have then the choice to explore what he presents; that all illness stems from us not living from our truly divine essence.
    One may want to stop and go, oh she’s nuts here writing this, but could this actually be as simple as Serge offers? That we humbly hold in our living way a commitment to honoring, understanding and loving ourselves and all others. Living with responsibility, respect, understanding and with genuine love for others, to be honest, with nothing but the wellbeing of all at the fore front of our mind?

  • Natalie Hawthorne April 9, 2017   Reply →

    In the conclusion of this interview I just love the simplicity of it. Its about Evolution, everything comes back to that one all encompassing point, Evolution. To feel and recognise that we have a spirit within us that is in complete avoidance of being exposed and that which wants to dominate us is the beginning of how we can come back to our original impulsed ways. We might be taking the long way around to get there, but we will All get to this point of truth. Our Soul knows our truth.

  • Alison Moir April 9, 2017   Reply →

    There is so much in this interview and I love to come back and listen to it. To me it all makes so much sense and gives me a deeper understanding of why there is so much competition in our world today.This interview offers an insight into greed and why we are so competitive, especially in the business world. The antidote to greed and insecurity is to nurture the inner being. Nowhere is this taught, not in our homes at school or at work. This is what we need to nurture in our young – that it is through connecting to our inner being that we can bring so much more to the world and begin to make changes that will dissipate the dog eat dog mentality that we have in the business world at present.

  • Shami April 12, 2017   Reply →

    It is both interesting and a bit painful to hear Serge Benhayon talk about insecurity, because his words and the way he presents on this subject really bring home the vast importance we have in raising our children to be confident in themselves for who they are and not what they can achieve because they are the future and so they hold the keys in part to how much greed etc there will be on our planet for generations to come.

  • Ariana Ray April 13, 2017   Reply →

    If we were to take on board a small portion of the wisdom offered here in this TV programme, we would take responsibility for our lives and begin a true transformation. This is Gold TV.

  • Stephen Gammack April 13, 2017   Reply →

    I love the description of how a lawyer should live to convey the harmony of mediation that is the profession in its genuine honest form. Of course being a lawyer is something caught in a system that has removed itself from the advocacy and regard for people to be something much less. Yet it is worth considering that this is how we could treat our professions, living in a way that supports the work we do, not just viewing it as a job, and how might that change the world, surely more than any charity possibly could.

  • Gabriele Conrad April 17, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon makes it very clear that the answers to our worldwide health problems are in the way we live and that includes everything: how we move, how and what we eat, when we sleep, how we express and connect, our thoughts, how we speak – absolutely everything. It can’t but be this way once we realise that we are part of something much bigger and that everything we do affects everyone and everything else.

    • Christoph Schnelle June 13, 2017   Reply →

      Yes, the big benefit of this is that here is a blueprint how to make lasting changes that are simple and low-cost to implement.

  • Shami April 20, 2017   Reply →

    When I see Serge Benhayon sat in his chair, looking towards William Foley, I see a person who is completely at rest with himself. There is no tension in his jaw or shoulders. His forehead is not condensed and when he moves there is not a sharpness to his movements, and his gaze towards Bill is never changing in how absolute it is – there is an increase of joy at times and a playfulness that comes through, but the underlying quality is absolute and this is such a joy to see.

  • Natallija April 20, 2017   Reply →

    Thank you Serge Benhayon for speaking with deep levels of contemplation on how we often look to others as role models of vitality in certain profession and that is far from what we experience. This can be said about each and every one of us in how we live, build relationships and offer our support in the community.

  • Ariana Ray April 21, 2017   Reply →

    True health is nothing like that we are used to referring to as health. Nowadays we think we are doing well if we don’t have some life threatening disease like cancer, as long as we can claim that we truck along happy to live with headaches, exhaustion and anxiety filled stress. Serge Benhayon TV is Gold TV – it exposes the lies we accept as ‘good health’.

  • Ingrid Ward April 21, 2017   Reply →

    What I love about this new and most welcome form of television is that it offers so many layers to be explored in each and every viewing. It is definitely not a one-off viewing, it is something to watch over and over again; it is timeless.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 2, 2017   Reply →

      So true. The conversations presented on Serge Benhayon TV offer profound insights on so many aspects of human life and I find every time I visit I gain a deeper layer of understanding. It is definitely worth revisiting again and again.

  • HM April 22, 2017   Reply →

    IT is so true what is shared here about education starting at home. Kids see their parents as their first teacher and as a parent I can see my responsibility in allowing my daughter to see how every action has a reaction, and for every action there are consequences. I can see my fundamental role in not getting in the way of her learning and supporting her to understand she has a choice to be responsible and reflect this to other kids.

  • Christoph Schnelle April 24, 2017   Reply →

    Simply to consider the obesity epidemic – how more than two-thirds of the population have their body change in a way that most of them would not choose if they had the unfettered ability to choose their weight. How is this possible? What is happening?

  • Ariana Ray April 24, 2017   Reply →

    The way we as a humanity have let ourselves live is not so great. The figures that William Foley quotes here about the sate of ill-health in the world are truly shocking. We all should be shocked to the core and yet we are not, we assume that is a part of life, but that is not life – that is sickness and death and not what we are here for, it is self abuse of the highest order. Yet as I write this I have an awful feeling that the self abuse being lived in the world has yet to reach the highest order.

    • Natallija April 27, 2017   Reply →

      This is particularly true Ariana in the ageing population. In the past it would have been a common point of conversation in the elderly to speak of ill health in the last 70’s and 80’s yet in recent times I have heard these same conversations treated as the norms of those in their 50’s.

  • HM April 25, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon presents competition in a whole new way. That this is worse than bullying because you make others feel less just by being better at something is huge. We send our kids off to play sport and games and all these things not even considering that they are being taught to be better than people they consider friends. And that is bullying. It has made me look at competition in a whole new light and wonder why we can call it ‘healthy’

  • HM April 28, 2017   Reply →

    What was presented in the old periods seems to still be relevant today – what if this was taken back into education – what if we lived with true philosophy rather than trying to be ‘intelligent’ through just knowledge.

  • Natallija April 28, 2017   Reply →

    The title of this episode brings in a level of responsibility in what is been lived by Serge Benhayon. A legacy that will forever remain on our TV viewing – the truth of where we are as humanity and the bigger questions being asked that are so often presented on the surface yet not discussed in depth for everyone to equally understand.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 7, 2017   Reply →

      I love how Serge Benhayon goes there with fundamental truths of our life and our world that many of us have been choosing to not ignore. It is as if he is lovingly holding a mirror for us to see our blind spots, so that we can know the grandness of who we are, and the impact of our choice to live less than that.

  • Ariana Ray April 28, 2017   Reply →

    What is presented here in this TV episode must have rocked the world, for it’s certainly turned on it’s head the whole health and well being industry and all our misconceptions about what true health is. Serge Benhayon and William Foley have rocked the planet.

  • Shami April 28, 2017   Reply →

    I notice the way that Serge Benhayon and William Foley have very open shoulders and chests. And it is not open in a way that is aggressive or imposing in any way, there is just a very simple openness to their heart area as they let each other in, and express.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 29, 2017   Reply →

    Let’s face it we can not in any way claim that on this planet we are an exemplary role model for the rest of the universe of how to live together – or even alone. We need to take a serious look at the level of love, care, truth, integrity and responsibility lived in our daily lives and throughout society. This is a great episode with which to reflect on how far the world we have created and settled for is from the truth of our essence.

  • Natalie Hawthorne April 30, 2017   Reply →

    It usually takes a major illness to stop us in our tracks to remind us how far away we are from living the harmony we are born with. Bringing more awareness to myself, body and how this can be the changing factor to if we really take the time to make these changes.

  • Natallija April 30, 2017   Reply →

    The legacy of Serge Benhayon TV is a marker of true responsibility in our current world climate. To share on topics that are being swept under the carpet or falsely lead in social media to gain business fame or product and monetary success is being questioned when we view the alarming statistics that have been shared by the interview panel.

  • Richard Mills April 30, 2017   Reply →

    I recently attended a series of management and leadership courses where pitting two or three teams against each other in competition was a regular feature. So, we were to collaborate with our team, but compete against others – a common business model we might say. Maybe so but it felt so incongruent to collaborate and compete at the same time – like tearing myself in two, to play this game of being the winner. How would it be if instead we saw the wisdom of what Serge Benhayon presents here, that we forget competition and focus on growing our industries and sectors for the benefit of all, not just our companies or the few who will become super rich as a result? Surely in growth industries there is enough for everyone to thrive. Life is not a competition but a collaboration and we are all part of it equally.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 30, 2017   Reply →

    True Health and True Intelligence. Do we really know what these mean? When we reflect on our lives and the state of the world, there is a clear indication that we have missed the point somewhere along the line.
    There is much to reflect on and the conversation between these two very wise, dedicated and loving men, Professor William Foley and Serge Benhayon, takes us there.

  • Kerstin Salzer May 3, 2017   Reply →

    When I listened to episode 4 today I understood how much most of us are trying to manage life and so do doctors and clients or hospital staff and clients. Already managing and controlling life and not surrendering to the flow and the love within the body is from my point of view a form of disease as the body is not in its harmony anymore. As such there is no difference between doctors, health staff and clients healthwise from a point of energy. And from this point of view it is not that True healing is offered but more just managing and controlling of symptoms and illness.

  • Natalie Hawthorne May 3, 2017   Reply →

    Being a witness to the media attacks on Serge Benhayon it is fascinating that we as a society have accepted this ‘reporting’ as ok. The attempt to try and shut down what Serge presents simple proves that there is something of value and wisdom that someone is trying to stop. When you listen to this episode and the rest you get to understand why people would be so afraid of hearing the truth, it exposes all the choices we have and are making.

  • Ariana Ray May 5, 2017   Reply →

    What is our responsibility? If you look at the world and they way it is today, we do not have a good picture of what these are as the world appears bereft of responsibility. If we had true responsibility we would have true care, true dignity and respect for all equally, we do not. We would have not one piece of rubbish left unattended, yet we have ton’s of rubbish, it lines roads, streets, parks, farmland and all land we occupy, we even stuff our rubbish into the oceans and rivers to pollute the oceans that feed us. We have wars and aggression, murders and violence on the street and in families, we have abuse in families like never before, and families who consider they have a right to abuse family members because they are family. All of this shows us where we are with responsibility all too clearly. What Serge Benhayon is presenting is a degree of responsibility that can be lived by us all, he is a real inspiration for true change.

  • Stephen Gammack May 5, 2017   Reply →

    I’ve recently attended a few talks and seminars led by professors who are studying in different fields of health. What really has struck me, and it sticks out like a sore thumb after listening to Serge Benhayon speak, is how limited many are in their thinking. It is like they are held captive in a tunnel vision of how to look at health and how to address the health concerns that we are finally cottoning onto the fact, are not going away. But it is all a far cry from the broad canvas that Serge Benhayon draws when showcasing health and what it could and should look like for us. And crucially how we are master of our outcomes, not at the mercy of misfortune or bad luck.

  • Victoria Lister May 7, 2017   Reply →

    William Foley and Serge Benhayon are living examples of people who have turned from a life led by the mind and man’s so-called intelligence and a quest for identification, recognition and success, to a life lived in accordance with the body and the soul. The path they have chosen is the antidote to the illness and disease that is plaguing mankind, and redefines for us the meaning of success. We can still live materially well, but true success can only be achieved if the body is joyfully and vitally with us for the ride.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 15, 2017   Reply →

      It is indeed a blessing and truly inspiring to witness and be touched by the wisdom and the love expressed by individuals who by example redefine how life can be lived on Earth – “a life lived in accordance with the body and the Soul”.

  • Victoria Lister May 8, 2017   Reply →

    Outstanding – what a note to finish the episode on: is there something about ourselves, about humanity, that is being kept from us? In the words of Serge Benhayon, absolutely – the difference between spirit and soul, and the knowledge that our spirit, the force that drives our so-called intelligence, is what’s wrecking our lives, our health and the planet. Information from a source like no other – but that can be lived in the here and now.

  • Jennifer Smith May 10, 2017   Reply →

    Such a profound conversation. When William Foley was talking about how brutal the training is for doctors, working in health, I couldn’t help reflect on the health system as a whole and the effect that this has had on everyone in health, including those that seek the services. We are reaching (or should say have reached crisis point). We have devalued health so much that simply not having a cancer diagnosis is considered being healthy. The other important point that Bill raised was the given upness in society. I could feel the truth of this and from a health perspective see this everyday. We might fight disease but are we committing to live all of our life to the best of our ability?

    • Gill Randall May 16, 2017   Reply →

      I so agree Jennifer, training for many professions in the medical profession is arduous and vigorous, and the effects of working in this environment take their toll over time. Doctors who know about the mental and physical workings of the body are unable to deal with the fallout personally and are committing suicide daily. They can feel all the stress on society in their daily surgeries but are unequipped to cope with it. Serge Benhayon exposes the complexity of the problem that we are not living who we truly are.

  • Stephen Gammack May 11, 2017   Reply →

    Competition versus cooperation, an absolutely fascinating and divisive topic. Which fits in nicely with the outcome of competition itself, which is ultimately divisive. I have had many discussions with work colleagues about competition, and it is indeed a tough nut to crack in terms of acceptance of what competition does to us. For we are definitely not born to it, and the argument that we need it to survive is based on a fear that we will somehow lose out in life if we don’t have this protective ability to compete. Yet where does cooperation sit in all this, I would argue surely it is the basis of all our natural human interactions, for we gain much more from sharing and helping than we do competing and overcoming one another.

  • Ariana Ray May 12, 2017   Reply →

    I know my life is extraordinarily blessed by knowing Serge Benhayon, he has supplied an infinite amount of inspiration and support, without which I may have become a physical wreck. Thank God for Serge Benhayon.

  • Kerstin Salzer May 13, 2017   Reply →

    The education as well as the work of the doctors beginning to work in hospital is neither healthy nor responsible concerning the shifts they have to do which can be 24 hours, especially those who are involved in operations.

  • Gill Randall May 16, 2017   Reply →

    Bill Foley explains that diabetes is on the increase so much that the NHS will be bankrupted by it by 2040. Very often this could be a preventable disease, it causes so many multiple other problems when we have it, but could it have been avoided in some cases? We need to take much more responsibility for our own health.

  • Ariana Ray May 17, 2017   Reply →

    There has been a global redefining of what health is. Now healthy is considered to be not being terminally ill – what kind of health is this? Sick health? How can we normalise illness and call it health? It makes a nonsense of what is really going on in the world.

  • Michelle McWaters May 18, 2017   Reply →

    Yes – everything is parenting and everything is education. It is ironic that we haven’t clocked this given that this is an inherent truth in everything we do and live. To understand life and claim it in this way adds a new dimension to it all – the linear, boxed in approach giving way to an all encompassing and enriching way of interacting and living – no delineation between home and school – “one life”.

  • Ariana Ray May 19, 2017   Reply →

    The truth is, the world has forgotten the meaning of true health and vitality because the statistics show such a devastating picture of ill health that it has to be redefined to deflect from the shocking truth of global disease.

  • Ariana Ray May 20, 2017   Reply →

    It seems we have a legacy of irresponsibility that has created the ill-health across the world today. We have accepted a way of being that is not true, but is accepted as ‘normal’. To abuse our bodies with food and substances that harm it is what ‘normal’ is. Serge Benhayon is living the future, a life that is not seeking to abuse the body but to love and cherish it. This is sadly radical in this day and age.

  • Natalie Hawthorne May 21, 2017   Reply →

    It make so much sense what Serge Benhayon shares right at the end saying there is something about the human being wanting to hide and protect something. We are allowing the Spirit to dominate the Divine beings we are, and in this we have stagnated in our evolution.

  • Shami May 22, 2017   Reply →

    There is a feminine quality to William Foley that is quite exquisite where at the same time he holds his space and is clearly a man with authority and yet there is a deep tenderness to not only his movements but his global perspective on human life.

  • Gill Randall May 29, 2017   Reply →

    Why have we been ignoring the universal form of medicine that Serge Benhayon describes? How we speak, how we walk, how our rhythms of our day are, how we eat, how we critique each other can all erode us, and we need to take responsibility for our actions which are causing illness and disease. It exposes how we are living on an every day basis, we are so far away from living in love, awareness and harmony. I can feel the truth of how Serge Benhayon tells us to re-build ourselves from the inside out.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 9, 2017   Reply →

      Everything about what Serge Benhayon exposes the lack of responsibility with which humanity has been living. It is never in a chastising or judgmental manner, but always with the deepest level of understanding and utmost love and honouring, simply inviting us to rise to live the glory of our true essence in all areas of life once again.

  • Ariana Ray May 29, 2017   Reply →

    What is exposed here is the outright lie that the media present health to be.

    • Matilda Bathurst October 31, 2017   Reply →

      And is this lie something we quite like colluding with because otherwise we would have to wake up and take responsibility for the true state of our health?

  • Ariana Ray June 1, 2017   Reply →

    Bill Foley is right to expose the true state of health of humanity, the ill we are living in is evidenced in the statistics. We think in all arrogance that our bodies can keep going on the poison we feed it with sugar, processed food and high caffeine/ alcoholic drinks but one day we will be presented with a bill from our liver, our heart and our internal organs. For the body cannot sustain true health with persistent poisoning for a whole life time.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 3, 2017   Reply →

    I love how we have two men here talking with one another without any competition, showing off or protection. But deeply enjoying the process of unfolding and deepening the conversation with one another.

    • Matilda Bathurst October 31, 2017   Reply →

      Great point and something of note because it is not that commonplace… and yet from what I observe it is what we all yearn for and is actually a very natural way for us to be together; collaborating in our exploration of the meaning of life and our responsibilities.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 4, 2017   Reply →

    These TV episodes with Serge Benhayon cover things you kind of had a sense of, suspected or ignored but are now invited to see clearly. It is like when I have been driving looking ahead thinking it is a clear road and then all of a sudden I look in my wing mirror and notice there is a great big car next to me in my blind spot. Such a moment of shock and surprise brings me out of my stupour and after that I am far more alert and present. So much of what Serge Benhayon presents, like the wing mirrors, is blowing the lid off our self-created blind spots.

  • Ariana Ray June 5, 2017   Reply →

    When William Foley talks about the brutally punishing hours doctors have to work in training, is it any wonder the suicide rates are so high? Doctors are not taught self care but self abuse.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 5, 2017   Reply →

    This a great representation of what true conversations can be like, not one trying to compete against the other, not trying to own what they are saying and trying to look all knowing. You can feel how they are talking is coming from a way of being that is all knowing. How could they cover all the amazing topics with it all making absolute sense if they haven’t connected to an endless source of truth.

  • HM June 9, 2017   Reply →

    We’ve got to the stage where we can be sick but still think we are healthy. That’s crazy. It’s a big wake up all for us to stop fueling the fire of disregard.

  • Jenny James June 10, 2017   Reply →

    Exploring the ‘current human condition’ is a must to be able to deliver humanity from the current mess it is in. Thank you Serge Benhayon and William Foley – fantastic TV!

  • Ariana Ray June 10, 2017   Reply →

    William Foley and Serge Benhayon expose the lies behind the glossy presentation of what health is presented as today. We are not in good health, and Serge Benhayon presents why at a time when it IS time for us to wake up to how we treat our bodies.

  • Rebecca June 10, 2017   Reply →

    It is amazing that we can have such figures of ill health and yet not be stopped in our tracks and humbled enough to ask what is going on.

  • Natallija June 13, 2017   Reply →

    I have just revisited this episode again and have noticed that in the past few months the markers that the body offered us to listen and connect to the truth are bigger than we are willing to notice. The intelligence far grander than we are choosing to appreciate and take on board. Thank you Serge Benhayon for sharing how simple it can be and the call is one of being responsible with this.

  • Christoph Schnelle June 13, 2017   Reply →

    The very useful point about these figures are that they give us perspective and an idea of the scale of the problem. Figures can be much more powerful than words at times.

  • Shami June 16, 2017   Reply →

    The exquisite tenderness and respect that is is between these two men will never cease to amaze me and bring a new sense of wonder to the world, because if this is possible, what else might there be a potential for in life?

  • Ariana Ray June 18, 2017   Reply →

    This expose` on the true state of health today should be on every e-newspaper and shown in every health centre and medical practice. It simply reveals the truth of what is going on and how we are treating our bodies with such disregard. A much needed TV show.

  • Samantha June 18, 2017   Reply →

    As humanity we are currently in a shocking state of ill health, those figures professor William Foley gives us tell the truth of where we are at.

    Many people have given up on life, and not wanting to be here -taking Responsibility for ourselves is key if we want these statistics to go down.

  • Rachael Evans June 19, 2017   Reply →

    The answers to all of life’s seeming ‘mysteries’ laid out on the table by two very tender and real men. We don’t need to play dumb anymore. We know what is going on and we know it is not working.

  • SCE June 21, 2017   Reply →

    “God is Business” This just blows what we think about business out of the window.

    To date most successful business are all about profit not about people. Thank God Serge Benhayon has put the I back into Integrity -which is much needed in this industry.

  • HM June 22, 2017   Reply →

    Where the world is at shows up where we can be – this talk is brilliant in exposing the state of play – especially with the health statistics. And this is a huge eye opener in regards to how we live.

  • Ariana Ray June 22, 2017   Reply →

    What does health mean today if we consider obesity and disease to be normal? It seems we are living in times when the word health is being re-defined out of existence to now mean – ill-health and misery as the norm. The figures quoted here illustrate this all too well.

  • Natallija June 23, 2017   Reply →

    So often different forms of media will share on these topics that are often “talked about” rather than share and offer for others to ponder on deeper truths. Thank you Serge Benhayon and Prof. William Foley for bringing this topic the much needed awareness on our media screens.

  • SCE June 24, 2017   Reply →

    The quality of everyday television is very poor indeed, the content can contribute and influence societies wayward ways. Serge Benhayon TV is of a totally different calibre, it is unique in that there is no imposition on the viewer it just presents the opportunity to feel what is truly going on.

  • Gill Randall June 24, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon explains the understanding that mundaneness and anxiousness are all ways of living that is not the glorious human beings that we truly are. This is a diminished way of living that is the start to illness, but we don’t want to be aware of this, so we then use distractions to escape and to not feel. Crazy or what?

  • John O Connell June 27, 2017   Reply →

    It was quite funny for me listening to William Foley quote figures from the Medical Journal in the start of this TV program . I should have been surprised and shocked as I guess a lot of people are by the figures but I wasn’t . For some years ago I would have been part of the 95% and I expect I would still be today at some level , but for the fact I met Serge Benhayon and observed and saw his philosophy , the way he lives. Not so much his philosophy of life , but his philosophy and knowing of what it is to be human and implementing this knowing in this world. What wonderful TV thank you William Foley and Serge Benhayon.

  • Ariana Ray June 27, 2017   Reply →

    True health and true intelligence is a perfect description of what Serge Benhayon lives every single day.

  • Judith Andras June 27, 2017   Reply →

    We are so worried in this world that someone could raise higher than us and leave us less because of that and therefore try to compete for accolades, position, money, etc. This is such a false concept that is exposed here by Serge Benhayon, who is saying that we need to grow everyone equally and we will prosper as a one humanity.

  • jennym June 28, 2017   Reply →

    We do indeed seem to be missing the point of what true health, wellbeing and care is when many of health professionals and frontline carers are not faring so well in their own health and wellbeing.

  • Samantha Davidson June 29, 2017   Reply →

    It is very interesting to ponder how many of use have energetically detached our head and minds from our body, and the words of ‘wisdom’ supposedly can come out but in what context / body are they lived in, this is where it is necessary to read and feel the quality of the words and not just what they say…’multi-dimensionality’, being body aware, feeling the quality of words and movements not just what someone says, a true philosopher lives in all of their body, not just their head and in so doing true universal wisdom is accessed. This you can feel and see in Serge Benhayon and William Foley.

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 2, 2017   Reply →

    It is crazy when we stop and truly look at what is going on with our health and wellbeing, or the lack of. Most of us are born with absolute health and vitality, we are joyful and open … it doesn’t take too long before that is slowly stamped out of us and then end up with the statistics that we have today. The shutting down and not being all of who we are is what is eating us alive.

  • John O Connell July 3, 2017   Reply →

    On listening further to the interview of Serge Benhayon its wonderful to listen to the understanding of ” universal medicine ” and how our ultimate responsibility will be to understand:
    ” we are part of the universe and we need to understand what that actually means by way of living , co-existing with everything that is all around us ”
    This sounds so immense but we have only to look around us at nature of the planet to know it is possible and so, so needed.

  • Jenny James July 8, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon makes the great point of how our marker of good health comes from a level of tolerance of ill-health – not true health. This reveals how we are willing to overlook and ignore our body’s true state.

  • leigh matson July 9, 2017   Reply →

    We look outside of us for the answers, even the pictures in our minds in my experience is something from the outside to achieve so that will have everything we need. But what’s presented here is that it’s how we move, walk, eat, sleep and how we talk to ourselves and others and the quality of all of these is our medicine.

  • John O Connell July 11, 2017   Reply →

    Thank you William Foley, it’s so lovely to watch this interview and I just love the humbleness of Serge Benhayon and yourself when Serge talks about how you became a professor and all the work and effort that took and then all the acclaim that came from the profession of a professor … And then to come to the wisdom that life is about ” the quality of one livingness ” just beautiful.

  • Ariana Ray July 15, 2017   Reply →

    When I consider what is accepted today as ‘good health’ it makes a mockery of the term itself, for you can have any number of illnesses and as long as it’s not cancer people consider themselves to be healthy. Yet they continue to live in a way that gave them all the illnesses and dis-ease.
    That makes no sense.

  • Gill Randall July 20, 2017   Reply →

    As Serge Benhayon describes in this episode, quoting from Pythagoras teachings, that if something is not lived in our bodies, it’s impossible for us to impart it. We can’t just tell people what to do, we need to emanate that energy and have that way of livingness. No-one will feel the truth with words about good health if the person imparting the information is not living healthy themselves. This need to be taught in every medical school or establishment for any health professional to hear this true teaching. This is especially important for doctors who have a gruelling training and way of working which is causing terrible consequences culminating in high suicide rates.

  • Ariana Ray July 21, 2017   Reply →

    What we have to remember is that people can and do change, when they see truth presented, it may take a while but truth does change us and when we see it we can make the changes to come to a more honest and self loving relationship with ourselves and our lifestyle.

  • Jenny James July 24, 2017   Reply →

    What an education – in fact true education! How and what we experience in life depends on us and what we appreciate and accept as our way of living. ‘Right living’ from what we eat, to the way we interact with others, our relationship with ourselves, and the very way move is true medicine – our relationship with everything matters.

  • John O Connell July 24, 2017   Reply →

    Is it not amazing that the wisdom of Pythagoras thousands of years ago is still valid
    ” what Pythagoras taught was very simple if its not lived in your body its impossible for you to impart it ” and as Serge Benhayon explains ” some thing everybody avoids that is the quality of ones livingness “

  • Ariana Ray July 25, 2017   Reply →

    Every Serge Benhayon TV moment is pure gold.

  • Natalie Hawthorne August 1, 2017   Reply →

    ‘No human being is designed to be the one, the it.’ – Serge Benhayon is teaching something that we all know deep within us, that there is something very powerful within us and that it is within us. So if we are all this then we can’t have any one person that is more than this. What I really get is the responsibility that this brings in because the quality we choose to emanate and live in life is either a full expression of what we were created in or not. And that this is essential for everyone in the world and Universe. Allowing the Love to flow in and through us with out reducing it to what we feel comfortable with is key.

  • Samantha Davidson August 2, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Intelligent’ and ‘civilised’ are words that we throw around regularly to show that the human is superior on this planet. All one needs to do is take a look around at what the ‘intelligent mind” is creating and we will know we have severely been nudged off our path. We as human beings are naturally caring, loving and community focused and yet so many of us make it about ourself, this is how our brains are so often used. Bring it back to body awarenesss and responsibility then we have true intelligence. ‘Self’ will never result in a truly intelligent harmonious society.

  • John O Connell August 3, 2017   Reply →

    When I heard William Foley read out the statistics of 95 % of world was ill, I was thinking that just about all medical staff should be fired. And it was then interesting to note Serge Benhayon explain we are all looking for “this high IQ answer” when in simple terms, as explained by Serge, health is down to how we live within ourselves in our environment , our environment, the way we talk, the way we walk and interact with the whole universality of the universe.

  • Ariana Ray August 3, 2017   Reply →

    I love how being me without trying to do/be ‘something’ or ‘someone’ is actually good medicine. The simple act of connection and moving through my day with all of me, that is pure magic, comparison not required.

  • Ariana Ray August 6, 2017   Reply →

    Bring on the legacy of responsibility – Serge Benhayon is leading the way in every way, showing us what true health is instead of the sham we have been fooling ourselves with that is a cover up for our ill-health and ill-ways.

  • HM August 10, 2017   Reply →

    This content is so relevant for us to hear – critical in fact. We’ve let things slide and sacrificed the future for a comfortable way of life when really our bodies are saying enough. Serge Benhayon presents absolute responsibility here.

  • John O Connell August 15, 2017   Reply →

    Is it not amazing that the education of ancient Greece thousands of years ago was based on virtue as explained by professor William Foley, and then to think as explained by Serge Benhayon that the Greeks modelled their lives on the physicians of Egypt, thousands of years before that again. How wonderful it would be to put virtue back at the core of education.

  • John O Connell August 15, 2017   Reply →

    Its wonderful how Serge Benhayon explains about Hermes and how Hermes explained about evil. ” There is a true Divine and a hindrance to that Divinity ”
    The hindrance from my understanding to be the evil that works at people to not express their divinity.
    Hermes being thousands of years ago and no real date for him he is linked as far back as Egypt when the pyramids were built.
    Hermes described ” evil ” long before any modern day religion , in such simple plain terms so wonderful.

  • Ariana Ray August 20, 2017   Reply →

    Health is a bit of a misnomer these days and people do seem to consider that they are healthy as long as they don’t have a terminal disease – that’s not health – it’s disease itself to consider our health from such a position, or should I say, such a lie.

  • Gill Randall August 21, 2017   Reply →

    It is such a joy to listen to these two men speaking together. Professor William Foley is so knowledgable about the history of past lives of people and Serge Benhayon’s explanation about false intelligence that they sold out to and the damage this does to themselves and humanity. The truth from Serge Benhayon is the great message that true intelligence comes from the heart rather than the mind.

  • Ariana Ray August 23, 2017   Reply →

    What is true health and intelligence? Not eating foods that we know are not healthy for us. And yet we have fooled ourselves into thinking eating food like that is okay, that is ‘intelligence’ for you – not so smart! This is great TV, thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • Mary August 27, 2017   Reply →

    When Serge Benhayon speaks of not truly living who we are and how this erodes the body, what came to me was driving an very expensive sports car with the wrong type of petrol in it. The engine will run but if we persistently put the wrong fuel into the car this will eroded the engine parts to such an extend that the engine will be damaged beyond repair. And isn’t this what we are doing to our bodies putting the wrong fuel into it in the way of certain food and liquids and then being surprised when the body breaks down, taking ourselves off to the doctors expecting them to repair the damage we have caused to ourselves. This doesn’t make any sense to me.

  • Gill Randall August 28, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon describes in this episode about the subtle difference between contemplation and analysis. It feels that the present way of analysis is to use the mind to come to a quick conclusion in contrast to feeling the space given when pondering and contemplating something.

  • Ariana Ray August 28, 2017   Reply →

    When we look at the statistics of ill-health, it’s a wonder they are not all over the front page of the papers – so why are they not? Serge Benhayon is exposing the state of the world media and lack of responsibility.

  • Shami September 2, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon talks about everything being eduction and parenting and how we are all teachers. I like this because it gives us all a chance or an opportunity to take responsibility for how we are raising eachother and thus for what kind of world we are creating together.

  • Ariana Ray September 2, 2017   Reply →

    Looking at the legacy of our irresponsibility is never a comfortable matter, but a much needed one given the rates of sickness and disease is in this world. This is a great exposure to consider again and again.

  • Natalie Hawthorne September 3, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to Serge Benhayon and William Foley, and the history of what was and how we can use this a reflection in learning is deeply powerful. I love when it is shared there is no one or it – that we are all here to work together in one cohesiveness, working with the other worldly Divineness. When I hear this it reminds me of the pyramids and how this is exactly what occurred in those times, the surrendering to the original impulse of our creation and the obedience to this allowed miracles to happen. Even thousands of years on it is still not truly understood how it the pyramids were created. Our past history has many experiences and lived ways to draw on as a reminder of what is truly possible be it harmonious and in line with our Divineness or not.

  • Tricia Nicholson September 4, 2017   Reply →

    This is an amazingly shocking reality of what is going on and the lostness we are in society today – given up , sick and ill. But Serge Benhayon and William Foley offer such an understanding and different insight for us all to take note of and show the way out for humanity so simply and clearly as it is lived by them and that offers us the key to true understanding and change .

  • John O Connell September 5, 2017   Reply →

    95% of the worlds population are ill as reported in the Lancet, a medical journal UK. When I hear this and read about world illness, I wondered if many read the Lancet Journal and why am I only hearing Professor William Foley and Serge Benhayon talking about the health crisis in the world? Think about it, surely others should shout “PUT OUT THE STOP LIGHTS, 95 % of us are ill!” too. In simple terms , that means that 95% of our products are produced by ill people . 95% of our health staff are ill…

  • jennym September 10, 2017   Reply →

    Thank you, we sorely need to be reminded that the way that we are living is not working on a grand scale. It is not another solution that is needed but the contemplation and consideration of what we are doing that is contributing and reinforcing our ill way of being.

  • Ariana Ray September 13, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is a true example of living his health. The way he lives gives him the true health and vitality he has. He is a living example of his own teachings.

  • John O Connell September 20, 2017   Reply →

    ” Everything is already there ” I just love the way Serge Benhayon explains this . All that is needed is inside us , but society and the world wants us to abandon that truth.

  • Michael Brown September 21, 2017   Reply →

    We just need to take one good look at the state of the world to know that there must be a higher intelligence than the one which we champion and celebrate.

  • Ariana Ray September 23, 2017   Reply →

    How have we come to a situation where the word ‘health’ has been so bastardised that it means something else altogether? Are we so desperate to hide our ill-living ways that we would allow such a sorry state of affairs?

  • Ariana Ray September 27, 2017   Reply →

    This practical examination of human life is pure gold and a true exposure of what is going on in terms of health, how ill-health has been redefined as health – as long as we don’t have a terminal illness.

  • Gill Randall September 27, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon brings the truth of how life can be lived by the reflection of how he lives. It needs to be studied that how we are living in this awful way in society with comparison, competition, and bullying, is not our natural way. It is no surprise we have so much illness and disease.

  • Jennifer Smith October 1, 2017   Reply →

    Its interesting that throughout history there have been great teachers and great communities that have lived the livingness, but that history almost removes them or if not removes them reduces what was presented and/or lived to a skerik of the truth. What interesting with this is that the truth has never been lost and the Ageless Wisdom has continued throughout time with many teachers and in many communities, including the present time.

  • Jennifer Smith October 8, 2017   Reply →

    A wonderful conversation that can be listened to many times, with more understandings on life at every hearing.

  • Ariana Ray October 8, 2017   Reply →

    Societies are allowing their people to get sick, we need to be asking why that is. What investments are there, what pay-offs that support the fast buck, the profit margins, while no truth is spoken to stop the self-destruction of the people societies are intended to care for. Sitting back and ‘watching Rome burn’ never worked as a social policy.

  • Jennifer Smith October 11, 2017   Reply →

    It’s interesting to consider that children are naturally co-operative and that we learn to not be this way through life. What I find interesting with this, is that we haven’t stopped and considered that the natural ways of children are actually our natural ways too. We think that just because we are no longer children that we can get away with varying array of behaviours, a lot of which are harming to ourselves. Children would never harm themselves intentionally. Its time to really look at how children are with themselves and each other, and see how much we can learn from them.

  • Michael Brown October 11, 2017   Reply →

    True intelligence tells us that our ‘intelligence’ has gotten us into a big mess.

  • Jennifer Smith October 12, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon’s description of William Foley during the interview is simply exquisite. How often do you hear a man (or even woman for that matter) describing another man in the way that Serge has here? It’s a rarity. You can just see that there is no longer an ounce of competition in Serge in the way that he celebrates William and enjoys him as a person.

  • Ingrid Ward October 13, 2017   Reply →

    Well, it’s undeniable after this amazing in-depth discussion from William Foley and Serge Benhayon, there’s only one PhD that we need and that is a PhD in Life, where the first topic of study is understanding ourselves. Most of humanity endlessly seeks the answers to life’s questions using the much vaunted intelligence of the mind but as we, as a whole, are getting sicker and more exhausted maybe that this is actually not our true intelligence? Perhaps it is time to acknowledge that the mind is not ‘it’ and that it is our incredible body that is the source of our true intelligence; now that could be a big pride-filled hurdle to overcome for those who champion the mind.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 16, 2017   Reply →

    Deeply inspiring hearing these two men, Professor William Foley and Serge Benhayon, discuss many of the key aspects of life with such joy, wisdom and love of humanity.

  • Ariana Ray October 16, 2017   Reply →

    The more I read the books By Serge Benhayon the more humbled I am by the state of the world I live in. We have come so far from our true nature, as this episode points out – it’s time to return – in fact our return is way overdue.

  • Jennifer Smith October 17, 2017   Reply →

    Something I have found with contemplation and pondering is that subject or topic becomes very broad, everything is covered and is looked honestly with a willingness to leave no stone unturned, without looking for ‘wrong’ .Essentially everything is on the table for it to be seen at every single angle. Analysis and critique is much more narrow and feels like there is a judgment attached to it…

  • Ingrid Ward October 17, 2017   Reply →

    If, in fact, the statistics produced by the Lancet, that state that ‘95% of the world’s population is ill and more than 30% of people have 5 or more conditions’ are close to painting a picture of the health of humanity, it is a very shocking picture indeed. But what is even more shocking is that a great percentage of this ill-health is a direct result of the way the majority of us have been living; our lifestyle choices. So, to me, it then makes sense that if our choices are making us ‘sick’, by making different choices that are more honouring of our bodies our individual health will improve and so will the health of the world. It will definitely take “true intelligence” to return us to the “true health” that is actually so inherently normal to us.

  • Ariana Ray October 17, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Competition, greed, our declining health’ – three great topics to open a conversation with – truly great TV. Thank you Serge Benhayon and William Foley.

  • Samantha Davidson October 22, 2017   Reply →

    What is intelligence when we suffer so as a humanity? What a beautiful presentation and discussion, a new angle on the situation of humanity, and much needed honest review of where we are at with our so called intelligence. We are all capable of intelligence from our whole body, our heads do not work in isolation and do not have all the answers. A lived way is the way to whole-body intelligence. You can be doctor who advises healthy eating but drinks every night, you can be a teacher who talks of commitment, but does not take care of their home, you can be a scientist who talks about the DNA and research for disease, but does not take care of their body own particles….this is where we can feel the separation between what people say and what they actually are living. We can all feel this when we choose to, it is there for all. True intelligence and wisdom is embodied and lived.

  • Ariana Ray October 28, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Competition, greed, our declining health – the fact that our greatest forms of ‘intelligence’ cannot seem to save us from ourselves’…… this episode is power packed with two superb presenters exposing the truth about intelligence and health.

  • Matilda Bathurst October 31, 2017   Reply →

    Bringing philosophy into our everyday, this is a brilliant interview that invites us to ask lots of questions and start conversations around our dinner tables about life and our purpose.

  • Jennifer Smith October 31, 2017   Reply →

    Super interesting discussion on competition and its effects on society and on us as people. It is certainly deemed as something that is healthy for us, but when we open up the discussion more we see that its about one being better than another or some being better than others. We do have things we are naturally very good at, however should we not be using our very natural skills and abilities for the benefit of all, thereby enhancing all other’s natural skills and abilities?

  • Sarah Karam October 31, 2017   Reply →

    Why is our health plummeting? What a question and the answer is profound, if we are not including our concept of medicine to be universal, then we are simply looking for an academic bandaid or pill to swallow that makes us feel better. What if our health is connected to the planet, the moon, the seasons, the flow of nature and to energy and cycles? Every other living thing on the planet adheres to this, it only makes sense that our health is also affected by this. The biggest missing key is quality of life, the way we actually live, for the quality of energy we choose affects our health and the people we are around.

  • Ariana Ray November 4, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Competition, greed, our declining health’ – great topics to talk about, and who would link these together? But they clearly need exposing together for the impact they are having on the world. Thank you Serge Benhayon and Bill Foley.

  • Monica Gillooly November 5, 2017   Reply →

    This interview is truly extraordinary in it’s breadth and depth, to know that everything is within and that we need to come back to whole body and being in everything is both deeply empowering, humbling and telling in how far we are from living it now, despite our so called advances and intelligence – we are missing a huge part of the picture, and all our systems need to change to accommodate that so that we empower people to be fit for life and not just to pass an exam, that we create systems which ask all of us to be fit for life, and living the joy and vitality we naturally are, that we honour the beings in us before any doing. I’ve only touched the sides here having listened to this, it asks for more listening to capture more of the gems on offer here.

  • Samantha Davidson November 11, 2017   Reply →

    Being healthy, health is simple when we make it about whether we are surviving or flourishing; any pick me ups, comforts, etc put a plaster on what is really happening in society and with our bodies. Allow ourselves to feel what the body shares and we will know exactly where we are at in the life and what the next steps need to be.

  • Sarah Karam November 14, 2017   Reply →

    If we are not at least open to exploring how brutal the system that educates our doctors is, then what are we communicating? If you go to a hospital and you can’t tell the difference between the patients and the doctors, then you have got to worry? True education is a livingness, it is sad that today you can become a teacher of something that you do not live. A good Lawyer, should live by the law and live a sense of mediation and fairness in their body. A good Doctor should understand and live true health.

  • Ariana Ray November 19, 2017   Reply →

    ‘The fact that our greatest forms of ‘intelligence’ cannot seem to save us from ourselves…’ and indeed it has not saved us from ourselves, we have been and continue to be our own worst enemy.

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