• Natasha September 30, 2016   Reply →

    SBTV = Awesome = truth = revolutionary TV.

    • Fiona Cochran December 30, 2016   Reply →

      Yes Natasha, I totally agree #abouttime

    • Alison Pearson March 3, 2018   Reply →

      #abouttime indeed – Serge Benhayon TV is like no other TV program I have ever watched, there is no agenda other than to share the truth with humanity. There is no concern for ratings, fame, what’s in it for me, only the sharing of truth so that people have the opportunity to listen, consider their own lives, how they are living and whether they feel impulsed to makes some changes, or not.

  • Mark payne September 30, 2016   Reply →

    After being addicted to TV for years, the great difficulty in letting it go in the understanding that it is too stimulating, draining, anti-social, etc. now there is true TV, something worth watching, not because it is entertaining but because Serge shares truth about who we are, giving also understanding on the human condition. Looking forward to future episodes..

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 21, 2017   Reply →

      I found the more I chose to eat healthier food, the less tasty and satisfying the other stuff I had been eating before became. Serge Benhayon TV is like the healthier food. Your whole being can feel it is getting something of quality.

    • Ariana Ray October 5, 2017   Reply →

      I absolutely agree Mark, ‘now there is true TV, something worth watching.’

  • Carmel Reid September 30, 2016   Reply →

    This first episode is brilliant – it explains how, by being more aware of our bodies when we are doing anything, changes the quality of what we do and being self-aware makes us less selfish because we can feel all of humanity. Great interview, well worth watching.

    • Amina Tumi October 13, 2016   Reply →

      I agree Carmel, this life changing episode really makes you stop and fully consider the way life is being lived along with the how there is to be lived.

    • Natallija November 9, 2016   Reply →

      I agree Carmel the first episode is definitely food for thought in how we are currently living and where we are heading with our self-awareness and approach towards working together in all aspects of our life.

  • Sue October 1, 2016   Reply →

    Great interview. Thankyou “Love is the highest form of intelligence” SB.

    • Christoph Schnelle October 30, 2016   Reply →

      That is true. What comes from love is more intelligent than anything I have experienced coming from my mind. Both working together is especially powerful.

  • Elizabeth McCann October 4, 2016   Reply →

    The quality of much that is aired on television nowadays leaves a lot to be desired and I find that I now seldom if ever watch it for that very reason. But having just watched the author and Philosopher Serge Benhayon being interviewed, I have been left with much to ponder on, and I know that SB. TV is a station I will be tuning into on a regular basis.

    • Amina Tumi October 14, 2016   Reply →

      Hear hear to that Elizabeth as I too have finally been presented with TV that I find worth watching and I will be also returning to it regularly.

    • Rowena Stewart February 25, 2017   Reply →

      I agree Elizbeth McCann, seldom have I come across such a rich, intelligent and thought provoking interview as this. It certainly raises the bar on what is at present a very dismal offering on main stream TV.

    • Ariana Ray November 14, 2017   Reply →

      Serge Benhayon TV is a TV channel with a difference – this has truth and integrity in spades and is willing to go there and expose what is going on in the world.

    • Michael Brown February 19, 2018   Reply →

      I can finally challenge the statement “TV isn’t good for you”! SBTV breaks the mould in this industry.

  • Stephanie Stevenson October 4, 2016   Reply →

    Thank you Serge Benhayon – for bringing a new way with T.V viewing – the world is ‘hungry’ for programs /interviews like this, presenting truth as no other.

    • Natallija October 21, 2016   Reply →

      Yes Stephanie Stevenson I couldn’t agree more. The quality of TV viewing leads me to ask is there something here for us to question about what shows truly support us to learn and grow as a society as this is definitely on the mark with sergebenhayon.tv

  • Rosie October 4, 2016   Reply →

    I really enjoyed watching this and can’t wait to share it with my friends.

    • Natallija November 26, 2017   Reply →

      The more episodes that come out the more I am realising how media is riddled with ill truths – and the conversations which help us grow and learn are on this channel.

  • Adele Leung October 4, 2016   Reply →

    Bringing a whole body intelligence to work in a world which has made working in parts an accepted normal, this is a reflection asking for a deeper responsibility from everyone. There is no selfishness when whole body intelligence is shared, which is something understood by the body and yet much more difficult to be grasped by the mind. It makes absolute sense that love cannot be contained between two people when we consider the body as a whole, and any interaction in any relationship affects every relationship in the world. This puts a perspective of responsibility of how we hold ourselves first and foremost with ourselves, as it does also explain why monogamy, as well as harmony with everyone is a natural way of our bodies, simply because everything affects everything else. SergeBenhayon.TV is revolutionary, this is tv that actually talks about what truly matters in life.

  • Adele Leung October 4, 2016   Reply →

    Love is not the focus in the education system. This is deeply hurting everyone in the system, and yet because love is neither the focus in our own body, we do not allow ourselves to see the truth of this situation. And yet our bodies know truth. As a child and student I knew this truth in my body and the overwhelm of not knowing what to do about this, and as an adult now, I see children who know this truth too and choose to either rebel by being against or engulfed by the system, and their bodies suffering from these reactions. Nothing has changed and nothing will ever truly change if we do not set our foundations back to love. Being trained in a system currently which does not rely on the true intelligence of love, simple exercises of re-training our body to work as a whole is very worthwhile.

    • Natallija November 5, 2016   Reply →

      Love is definitely not the focus in our current education system. It is from the words of Serge Benhayon and this incredible TV site that we can start to delve into the truth and not only hear but see that there is another way.

    • Natalie Hawthorne November 22, 2016   Reply →

      Adele you make a great point and the crazy thing to it all is that all we have ever wanted is to be met for who we are – appreciated that our natural essence is extraordinary and divine, so beautiful that it needs to be celebrated. Yet as you say this is not the case and the education system can crush such a truth. This is what we have to really look at – is it not interesting that this appears to happen from the day the child enters school and in some cases at home before starting school. It has all become about the figures and ticking everything off that is being demanded from the teachers while the child is often left feeling alone, ignored and not good enough for not meeting the criteria. When these are the children coming through it is no wonder there is so much disruption and disharmony in the world.

    • Natallija November 26, 2017   Reply →

      It is so easy to not want to feel the lovelessness of the education system and the comfort of keeping our head down is what allows this level to increase. To bring true intelligence to our curriculum is to bring the sparkle back to the children who are innately wise and waiting for the truth to be shared.

  • Vicky Geary October 4, 2016   Reply →

    Hearing Serge Benhayon speak and present is unlike anything I had experienced before. From the outset I knew something was different. I was deeply inspired by what he shared, not because of anything particular, but because of the quality of this man. His integrity was tangible and at that moment that I first heard him speak I knew I had not met someone of this quality before. Needless to say, I returned for more presentations to learn more. What I have discovered since that first meeting is that what Serge presents is the true education I was looking for.

    • Amina Tumi October 13, 2016   Reply →

      This is music in my ears Vicky as this was also my experience and I was searching for someone to bring truth back to this world in a way that was real and without compromise and Serge Benhayon is this man. He has been a courageous man as many would not express all that he has and all that he knows, I am blessed and honoured to know him and have him in my life.

      • Natallija November 20, 2016   Reply →

        I would have to agree. The first presentation I attended hit the nail on truth and honesty. There was no holding back in sharing the power of Serge’s whole body intelligence whilst holding each individual with respect. A must see TV episode and quality viewing for all.

  • Deborah McInnes October 4, 2016   Reply →

    Now this is true body Intelligence – our body is more important than we can possibly imagine and forever gives us feedback of where we are at.
    Developing a relationship with our ‘whole body’ (beyond a mere improved function of the body) and bringing this to all that we do, forever changes the quality of what we produce, our output and our every expression – for our body is part of a greater whole and our every particle’s natural intelligence is to express the Universal Love that we are. If we deny our body’s intelligence and wise counsel, we are given instant feedback…now this is absolute love and true support.

  • Gabriele Conrad October 4, 2016   Reply →

    This sequence about suicide is very pertinent – intelligence doesn’t prevent suicide (as proven by the number of medical doctors who take their own life), but love in the body does.

    • Karina Kaiser October 9, 2016   Reply →

      So true Gabriele – when love is the only true intelligence, and when we connect to that, than suicide will never be an option.

    • MA October 23, 2016   Reply →

      Gabriele a great point to raise and one that we often don’t consider, if we have people in our world that are “highly intelligent” then how is that possible they suicide? However if someone has built a way of living that honours and cares for themselves then this love stops them suiciding.

      • Natallija December 28, 2016   Reply →

        Yes and this is the point that has been raised so supportively by this episode. Serge Benhayon is getting real about how far ‘intelligence’ has really got us if we just stop to take in the statistics of illness, disease, self harm and mental health rates that are at alarming rates world wide.

    • Karina Kaiser October 23, 2016   Reply →

      Love how you re-iterated this Gabriele – love in truth can heal so much, when we truly begin to love ourselves we are well on the way to healing things we may have thought were never able to be healed…

      • Nattalija January 28, 2018   Reply →

        And the quality in which we interact with others goes to a whole new level of respect, decency and understanding.

    • Natallija October 31, 2016   Reply →

      Yes Gabriele Conrad. This sequence rang a cord with me when viewing this episode. Serge Benhayon shares the unwavering truth on the simplicity of love that is missing when we make the head the primary source of our intelligence.

    • Natallija December 24, 2016   Reply →

      A very powerful understanding with the alarming rates of suicide documented world wide.

  • Kathleen Baldwin October 4, 2016   Reply →

    I have watched this episode twice now and intend to watch it many more times in the future as each time I watch it I am inspired to deepen my connect to my the intelligence of my all knowing body as not only does this work for me, bringing greater awareness and discernment, it works for the harmony of humanity. We are all made up of particles that are naturally and scientifically known to be in a constant movement towards harmony. Serge explains how we can move with this process rather than obstruct it. These movements effects everything and everyone around us. This really drives home the responsibility we all have to move with true intelligence.

  • Sandra Newland October 4, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon explains the difference between intelligence as we know it and ‘whole body mindedness’ where knowledge is not just regurgitated information but it is “embedded in the body and comes from our body living it.” Serge has a practical and down-to-earth way of explaining things and our commonsense confirms the truth of such anecdotal evidence, as for example in his statement: “All the intelligence in the world will not stop you suiciding – love will”.

  • Deborah McKay October 4, 2016   Reply →

    Awesome to have a television programme of integrity delivering truth. Serge Benhayon brings a greater understanding of what it is to have whole body intelligence – in being loving, gentle and tender with ourselves we are loving all.

    • Nattalija February 4, 2018   Reply →

      You can definitely feel the difference in the quality that is offered in this TV viewing.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 4, 2016   Reply →

    After 9 years without a television, I now choose to watch TV – TV that is Serge Benhayon style. Whoopee!

    • Karina Kaiser October 23, 2016   Reply →

      Whoohoo Jonathan – and how awesome is it!!! 🙂

    • Natallija April 5, 2017   Reply →

      This is the only TV I watch and I must say it has been an incredible source of inspiration in how I live each day. Television that makes you squirm and learn for the right reasons!

    • Natallija December 17, 2017   Reply →

      What a welcome change – you can feel the quality of life and your connection to the realness of others and your expression in it with this TV channel!

  • Rowena Stewart October 4, 2016   Reply →

    At last a truly responsible use of this medium and what joy, Having ditched terrestrial TV some years ago, now I can enjoy watching some really nourishing TV, enter-tain-ment that supports me to attain a deeper understanding of life, of people and of me. Superb achievement and look forward to many more episodes.

    • Amina Tumi October 14, 2016   Reply →

      Having also stopped watching TV some years ago many have reacted to the knowledge that I do not even own a TV but the reality is I have wasted many years in front of one and do not wish to continue that cycle as it was not evolving me whatsoever.

    • Natallija November 6, 2016   Reply →

      There is definitely a lot to learn from these episodes and more to come with the dynamite sharing that has been presented so far.

  • Victoria October 4, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body mindedness is a great expression, leaving no part out. This is an expansive interview talking about what it means to be, and live with ‘Whole body Intelligence’ bringing awareness and understanding as to why we end up with many of the health and mental issues we experience today.

  • Luke Yokota October 4, 2016   Reply →

    A very insightful look into how the body and its intelligence may be as, if not more, intelligent than that of the mind

  • MA October 4, 2016   Reply →

    I grew up understanding that what was most important was the grades we got, what our academic achievements were and the job you secured. No where did I get to appreciate the importance of whole body health. This is my new favourite TV series right here.

    • Natallija October 31, 2016   Reply →

      Join the club MA. Everything that was taught was to drive the mind beyond the body and to achieve academic success. This lead to me to enjoying shows on TV that prompted this level of academic banter. For the first time ever it was great to hear the truth and how far we have gone in living from the potential we all have. A must see episode that is defining the truth about whole body intelligence.

  • Vicky Cooke October 4, 2016   Reply →

    SB.tv Love it 🎉💕 Takes intelligence to a whole true level. Whole bodied sounds good to me : ) knowing and feeling we are part of the all getting our ‘self’ out of the way. Amazing, always pure gold listening to Serge and Rebecca. I love the sharing about the cars I could really feel this in what was being expressed and how when we don’t care or are not fully present with what we are doing ‘body intelligence’ it shows in everything from our body, our walk and how we are with others. I love the support lines that are given at the end .. very caring.

  • Jane Keep October 4, 2016   Reply →

    How blessed are we that SergeBenhayon TV is here. I never thought TV could be evolutionary – and havent watched TV for a very long time – now I can’t wait to watch Serge Benhayon TV.

    • Amina Tumi October 27, 2016   Reply →

      I am with you Jane, it is gorgeous to feel just how supportive evolutionary TV is and I can see how much we are all going to benefit from this now and in years to come.

  • Jennifer Smith October 4, 2016   Reply →

    It’s so great to see Serge Benhayon on TV. I was talking to someone today who was saying how there is simply nothing on TV anymore. Well, now that we have Serge Benhayon TV this is no longer true. I just re-watched episode one (move over Star Wars) and loved how Serge was talking about self-centredness being totally the opposite to what we think it is and in being truly self-centred we are more open with others. How many phrases and words are the opposite or something different to what we think or what we have been taught it is. I look forward to all that will be on offer in SB TV.

  • H M October 4, 2016   Reply →

    Never before Serge Benhayon had I truly been aware of my body. Sure I knew it was there – but I lived in my head. To watch this sort of interview where someone can explain in absoluteness the importance and the clear message our bodies give us, is revolutionary.

  • Jeanette October 5, 2016   Reply →

    I took my TV off the wall and put it away because there was nothing of substance or value to watch. Not any longer! sergebenhayon.tv is a game changer, time to get it back out for sure!

  • Henrietta Chang October 5, 2016   Reply →

    I am really enjoying these episodes on Serge Benhayon TV. I have not watched TV in about 15 years, and though I would on occasion watch a movie, I always found TV a waste of time and I always had too many other things that I wanted to do instead. But now for the first time, I am actually enjoying sitting down to watch these episodes and there is always something that I take home from the episodes. It certainly does not feel like a waste of time, and I most importantly in my busy life it allows me a moment to put my feet up and relax too!

  • mary sanford October 5, 2016   Reply →

    I have never be one for watching television unless it was a nature program or something similar.
    However I can watch Serge Benhayon as what he says makes sense to me and he keeps everything very simple. I know when someone for example is angry and tend to avoid them if possible, because the energy they are giving off is very unpleasant to be around. I have a tendency to walk on eggs shells and am very wary. I’m sure I’m not the only person to feel this way around angry people. Which goes to show we can read energy.

  • Julie Chung October 5, 2016   Reply →

    Finally, real tv, talking about real life and now it is, in a way that can bring about greater understanding and evolution for everyone. Awesome.

    • Natallija October 26, 2016   Reply →

      Real TV is definitely what I have noticed about these episodes Julie Chung. There is a truth that has been far from what I have watched in a very long time. A great step forward in understanding our true potential and holding everyone in equalness.

  • Fumiyo Egashira October 5, 2016   Reply →

    A mental health issue is a consequence of the body already shut down – this is a real eye opener for me. I have taken part in various courses and workshops in somatic where a body-mind connection is the focus, and I don’t remember its connection being explained with such clarity.

    • Natallija October 13, 2016   Reply →

      The statistics in mental health are rising with 350 million cases world wide. Serge Benhayon brings such clarity and understanding in how we can feel the connections when the body and mind work together.

    • Vicky Cooke October 23, 2016   Reply →

      Thanks for highlighting this Fumiyo it is really important and with mental health issues on the increase it is a must that we have this understanding in order to truly support others. That is why it is so important we have things like Serge Benhayon TV, which are dedicated to truth and love for humanity. Amazing.

    • Karina Kaiser October 23, 2016   Reply →

      “A mental health issue is a consequence of the body already shut down” – yes this puts a totally different spin on what we are being told with regards to mental health and all that that entails in the mainstream, doesn’t it?

      • Natallija November 22, 2016   Reply →

        The interesting point here Karina Kaiser is that when I hear this comment from the TV program I can feel the truth and is makes so much sense. Not part of me questions as it is shared with such simplicity and a knowing that comes from within.

  • Fumiyo Egashira October 5, 2016   Reply →

    ‘Intelligence’ for me always meant something to do with brain – it was never about a whole body, let alone encapsulated the life as a whole, it was always applied to a segment of my life such as ‘study’ or ‘work’, trying to get ahead of others. Our current education system pushes us to be ‘intelligent’ and in that pushing we get trained to abandon our body entirely. And through experience what I have found is that it is not possible to know myself in truth without a deep connection with my body.

    • Amina Tumi October 27, 2016   Reply →

      This is so interesting Fumiyo as I can see how much we are at the mercy of what our brain tells us unless we make a conscious choice to listen carefully to what our bodies are actually communicating. It is such a great discovery that I am learning so much from.

    • HM March 11, 2017   Reply →

      I too had the belief that intelligence is about the body. What a gift to know another way – and this episode shows the need for this. That it is possible for all of us to listen to our bodies and see the wisdom that is presented.

  • Sue October 5, 2016   Reply →

    TV that is interesting, informative and something I actually want to watch. Thankyou Serge and team for producing such great content. This is the future of TV.

  • Judith Andras October 5, 2016   Reply →

    Groundbreaking revelations about intelligence, which really makes you question, are we accessing all the intelligence that is available to us? Or are we limiting ourselves to and aspect of intelligence that is based on recall and as such not innovative at all and can this intelligence bring us true answers? Serge Benhayon gives an insight into these very profound questions.

    • Stephen Gammack January 29, 2017   Reply →

      Yes Judith, never before listening to Serge Benhayon philosophise had I considered that what we consider intelligent may not actually be that intelligent at all. And it becomes blindingly obvious that we aren’t accessing intelligence as we ought to, in light of the maliase we currently find society embroiled in, illness, disease, cruelty, corruption, suffering. Anyone willing to open their eyes will see a new (perhaps age old) take on intelligence is long overdue.

    • Natallija April 18, 2017   Reply →

      Yes Judith, the idea that recall is intelligence leads us back to just the head time and time again, not leaving any awareness as Serge Benhayon has highlighted in this episode, to ponder on the whole body and what is on offer – to bring the power of simplicity to the word intelligence rather than what is championed today with such complexities.

  • Samantha Davidson October 5, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence, so basically not living from your head but your whole body, what simplicity and yet in life many of us can feel a push to live from our head, work harder, learn this , remember that, throughout school it is about memorising and recall. Coming back to how the body feels and moves is how I have found a way to express my true intelligence and wisdom without the trying, force and exhaustion.

    • Natallija October 22, 2016   Reply →

      A definite move away from the push you have explained Samantha Davidson, with all forms of learning in our current world – from educating our young and old into data and knowledge driven learning that leads to high levels of anxiety and exhaustion worldwide. What Serge Benhayon presents is another way. A way that is lived and shared through this great episode. Definitely worth watching again and again.

  • Andrew Mooney October 5, 2016   Reply →

    This is a brilliant episode completely challenges and changes our perspective of what we know intelligence to be. Serge Benhayon has been presenting for a long time that our bodies contain a wisdom and understanding of life that is way more expansive/beyond a recall of information or experience. Our current forms of education and intelligence are clearly showing to us that they are falling short of the mark in terms of delivering a truly healthy, vital and harmonious way of living for all of humanity, so I welcome this philosophical ‘back to the drawing board’ approach and a stunningly simple yet profound relook at intelligence and where it comes from.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 5, 2016   Reply →

    What Serge Benhayon presents is truly illuminating and Rebecca’s responses greatly compliment and help deepen the understanding of what is presented. I will definitely keep watching.

  • Debra Douglas October 5, 2016   Reply →

    I love the simplicity of the wisdom Serge is always presenting. He makes sense and speaks in a universal language. He opens my eyes to seeing things in a different way. This is TV I will definitely be watching.

  • Esther Andras October 6, 2016   Reply →

    A new TV Show is born and I love it. To have the body and how it works explained so well, not so much from an anatomical and physiological perspective, but the intelligence that it is and brings makes it so clear how very important the body is, how much wisdom it carries and thus how very crucial it is to take the utmost care of it and how much there is already with us – intelligence wise – by the sheer fact that we live in a body.

  • Rowena Stewart October 6, 2016   Reply →

    Isn’t it fabulous, at last a programme that really makes you stop and ponder and feel how all the cells in your body are nodding in agreement with what is presented. We are standing on the edge of a whole new sphere of education that is going to completely revolutionise our perception of our bodies and the quality of our relationships.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 6, 2016   Reply →

    Understanding and appreciating ‘body intelligence’ as described here makes so much sense and gives a whole new meaning to the common concept of the mind/body connection, opens a whole new door to relating to ones body.

    • Natallija November 30, 2017   Reply →

      And it makes so much sense when we take it on board and feel the ease in which we can live life to the full.

  • Sarah Karam October 6, 2016   Reply →

    The fact that nobody in the medical or spiritual industry has presented with this clarity and quality on the subject of ‘whole body intelligence’ is quite befalling to concede. Serge Benhayon directly addresses in this amazing video interview why this seemingly obvious science has been overlooked thus far by most professionals. Most of us are raised to place an enormous amount of value on the mind as the center of the body, in this narrowed prospective we actually are missing out on the true potential of our most advanced and natural intelligence- the body. What I found very interesting was that our psychology is actually secondary to this intelligence but it makes sense when you consider – if someone dangerous is in your presence you can feel it in your body well before you have been shown a police report or any proof of danger.

    • Vicky Cooke November 4, 2016   Reply →

      It so true what you say here Sarah. The fact that this truth (and it is truth) is not presented by anyone else so far as I am aware of with such knowing and clarity other than Serge Benhayon definitely exposes where we as humanity are at. Not only that, body intelligence is something Serge Benhayon lives … he doesn’t just talk it. And it’s super important to bring it back to this truth. Thank goodness for things like Serge Benhayon TV that gets to the true truth and heart of the matter.

  • Alex Braun October 7, 2016   Reply →

    For most of my life, I favoured ‘mental’ intelligence and tried very hard to be intellectual and knowledgeable. Only when being introduced to connecting with the whole of my body, developing a sense of the intelligence of the body and experiencing life with this greater range of understanding and responding I realised how arduous my efforts have been to be in a way that is actually not harmonious to my nature. Letting go of being the intellectual (as much as I have done that yet 😉 ) has allowed me to blossom qualities that were asleep but always waited to finally come to the surface and be expressed and shared. Life has changed much for the better since and there is no end in sight to this ongoing unfoldment.

    • Christoph Schnelle October 8, 2016   Reply →

      Yes, it is quite humbling to notice how often our body is smarter than our mind.

      • Nattalija January 28, 2018   Reply →

        And how often we override it and realise that it’s a simple process of returning to it in every moment of the day.

      • Nattalija February 24, 2018   Reply →

        Very humbling and a huge lesson of how often we choose to learn or ignore.

    • Jonathan Stewart October 11, 2016   Reply →

      Yes, I agree with you Alex whole-heartedly with what you say here and also that my life, too, has changed beyond recognition since letting go of the idea that the mind is superior to the intelligence of the body.

    • Natallija November 4, 2016   Reply →

      Letting go of the ‘mental intelligence’ allows us to let go of the weight we carry on our shoulders each day. Serge Benhayon shares the simplicity of how life can be when the decisions come from the whole rather than the part.

  • Felix Kremer October 7, 2016   Reply →

    This is as groundbreaking as it was to say “The earth is not the center of the Universe” in the past. In a couple of hundred years from now people are going to say: “What? People in the past were disconnected to their bodies? And you got cyber-bullied back then because you talked and walked the truth?!?”

  • SD October 8, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence, it makes so much sense. I know I can feel everything from my body first before my mind starts telling me anything about the situation. And simply by the fact that my mind can choose to override what my body is feeling, and make choices that are in disregard of my body, is proof that this kind of intelligence is not so clever after all.

  • Christoph Schnelle October 8, 2016   Reply →

    I find it quite amazing how much I did not want to feel my body at numerous times during the day because I didn’t like the message. It could be as simple as my body cringing at the second dessert. I find it even more amazing how much our life can transform simply by listening to our body.

    • Leigh Matson January 14, 2017   Reply →

      Same here Christoph, the body is so simple in it’s messages, amazing in how it feels when listened to and yet it’s the one thing human life seems to avoid following at all costs.

  • Nico van Haastrecht October 8, 2016   Reply →

    What is presented on this episode is so supportive in understanding why we behave the way we behave and is the fist TV programme I have ever seen that informs us about us bringing universality compared to the standard TV that only considers the limited 3 dimensional version of our lives here on earth.

  • James Nicholson October 8, 2016   Reply →

    We are very gifted to have Serge Benhayon so simply explain what intelligence is – we all know what we think intelligence is, is not, and what has not worked – yet because we are so constrained by it, have we delved deeper into it rather than stopped and said’ maybe we are on the wrong track altogether?!!’ I know for me what was presented in this episode makes complete sense not only to my mind but also to my body.

    • Natallija September 3, 2017   Reply →

      Yes ‘the wrong track’ feels very true with current climate of the world. So often I will hear people shared how the world is changing and we know now with this presentation that if we choose our head intelligence over our body intelligence we are heading further from the truth of what true intelligence is.

  • Sandra Dallimore October 9, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence makes so much sense to me and is a true intelligence. Mind intelligence alone that can remember information doesn’t help us or humanity as a whole because it relys on facts and research, but that isn’t helping humanity. The state of our world is worse than ever and yet we have more people with double degrees and PhD than ever before. So something isn’t working by relying on our minds and brains alone for intelligence.

  • Zoe Sherrin October 9, 2016   Reply →

    Such an inspiring episode – the foundation of living harmoniously is already right inside us – our body is the key if we but stop and tune into its communication….instead of burying it in check-out entertainment. Thanks Serge Benhayon, Rebecca Asquith and Johnny Baldwin for delivering this.

  • Karina Kaiser October 9, 2016   Reply →

    So awesome to have this online now and get the teachings this way too – and what a great reminder to really embody this: “Love is the highest form of intelligence.” Serge Benhayon

  • Julie Chung October 9, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence was not something that I would have considered before Serge Benhayon presented on it, but it just makes so much sense, as I know for myself, the feeling I get when I get a resolution about something, it’s a confirmed solid yes when it comes from my body, but when I go to my head to get the answer, I can doubt, double guess and spend so much time mulling over it and exhausting myself in the process. And even when I have the answer I think I feel confident with, I can still have questions hanging over the issue.

  • Stephanie Stevenson October 9, 2016   Reply →

    Thanks to attending presentations by Serge Benhayon, I began to appreciate and be more aware of my body from re-developing conscious presence with it and being less focused in ‘living from my head’. Whole body intelligence led to true confidence and a strong, solid inner foundation from this.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 9, 2016   Reply →

    This is what Real, Honest and Truthful TV is about and it is fantastic to have it so accessible, thanks Sergebenhayon.tv team. I know I will be coming back time and time again as each one is full of so much wisdom.

  • Alex Braun October 10, 2016   Reply →

    What if that is really the case that the body itself, the particles it is made of naturally know themselves to be equal to everyone else? I mean we really need to let that notion sink in, feel it, consider it and allow the body to show us what it is practicing the whole time even when we may act from our minds in quite the opposite way by constantly comparing, judging and trying to improve ourselves. Might be the reason for at least some of the many dis-eases, complaints or even severe illness and diseases, the fact that we are not in harmony with what the body cannot deny, stop or change – equalness, wholeness, being an equal part of the whole.

    • Bernadette Curtin October 10, 2016   Reply →

      As you say Alex, we really need to let that notion in, ‘that the body itself, the particles it is made of naturally know themselves to be equal to everyone else.’ Developing a body that is in harmony with itself seems like a truly intelligent way to live.

    • Amina Tumi October 12, 2016   Reply →

      This is a great sharing Alex and it is true, on every level our bodies communicate with us just how we need to support ourselves and just what is needed and our only job is to follow through with its request but how many of us truly listen and consistently make it something that we work towards living on a daily basis.

      • Karina Kaiser October 23, 2016   Reply →

        Yes so true Amina, how many of us listen all of the time… the consistency of conscious presence is asked so that we can get the communication our body delivers and act accordingly. And if we don’t and override, well the body lets us know louder and louder ….

      • Natallija November 27, 2016   Reply →

        What a revolutionary piece of TV watching that brings so much for us to ponder in light of the alarming rates of exhaustion that is plaguing our world this very moment.

    • Richard Mills October 22, 2016   Reply →

      Makes sense to me Alex Braun. If we fight our innate harmoniousness, we create dis-ease.

    • Fiona Pierce January 8, 2018   Reply →

      Love what you share here Alex Braun, it made me think how funny it would be if a particle even tried to compare itself to another particle! And so if we consider our make-up from that level we have a foundation of unity and absolute equality we can bring our awareness back to…

  • Sandra Williamson October 10, 2016   Reply →

    Having access to documentary TV that supports well-being for our body and mind is brilliant. This is fascinating viewing, listening and well worth tuning in to what is offered.

  • Joel Levin October 10, 2016   Reply →

    So great to have these ‘episodes’ to view and reflect on. Episode one – whole body intelligence, indeed, this has been one of the most foundational learnings for me. I was so convinced the solutions to the world would come from the mind but in reality, the real intelligence is in the body.

  • Sandra Schneider October 11, 2016   Reply →

    To truly allow the understanding of what is said here about our bodies is changing the world forever. I felt when Serge talked about the particles we are all made of and which we are sharing that it make absolute no sense to feel me separated in any way. There is not something like a isolated ‘me’ and ‘you’. We are not just connected but sharing what we are made of all of the time. To feel the sphericality I am, makes a lot of, if not all ‘problems’ and ‘issues’ naturally go away, because it feels like they are just created to keep me in an illusory separation.

  • Julie Chung October 11, 2016   Reply →

    There’s nothing more nourishing for our bodies than to have a good solid dose of truth, and Serge Benhayon definitely knows how to deliver this in spades. The world needs to know what is truly going on with our ill health sky rocketing out of control. Serge Benhayon TV is a huge step forward in bringing much more understanding to a hugely important and necessary subject.

    • Natallija January 2, 2017   Reply →

      Serge Benhayon’s TV is definitely on my list of true support and a great dose of true medicine.

  • Amita October 11, 2016   Reply →

    This is beautiful documentary TV, truth being shared about the whole intelligence of your body. It is great to hear Serge speak the truth about our body, it is simple to follow. Our bodies hold so much wisdom, that has been buried.

  • Sandra Henden October 11, 2016   Reply →

    Awesome, who would have thought, from Serge Benhayon’s humble beginnings in 1999, to Serge Benhayon on tv, telling the world the way it is, and the truth of everything, with no hype, no adverts, just truth, plain and simple.

  • Anne Hart October 11, 2016   Reply →

    At last, TV that offers me connection to my whole body intelligence. Now when I feel like watching a little something I have somewhere nourishing to turn to.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 11, 2016   Reply →

    I just love listening to Serge and what he shares, how he opens up and shares what he has lived in the past and how he came to feel that it wasn’t a true way of living. Everything Serge shares it all makes complete sense, even if I don’t fully get it straight away without fail I get it later on, its like the penny drops when I experience it for myself.

  • Stephen Gammack October 11, 2016   Reply →

    It’s a real gift to have this type of TV access to the wisdom of Serge Benhayon, and I really look forward to the guest interviewers bringing their unique questions on different themes to a man who it seems can answer any question with extreme clarity and exceptional insight.

    • Felix Kremer October 22, 2016   Reply →

      What we get to see and feel here is a man talking from his whole body, a wisdom that is immediately felt in its vastness.

  • Rebecca Briant October 11, 2016   Reply →

    True TV – fascinating to watch and so educational – when true self-centeredness results not in self-absorption and the disregard of others, but in a far greater awarenenss and consideration of others.

  • Jeannette Goldberg October 11, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence – now this is a topic worth investigating. Thank you Serge Benhayon TV for making this kind of universally relevant content available to all.

  • Jeannette Goldberg October 11, 2016   Reply →

    These words are still ringing in my ears – “intelligence never stopped anyone from suiciding, but love has”. It is time we acknowledge the truth of this statement and look to love for the answer to the alarming rise in global mental health issues and suicide.

  • Mary Adler October 11, 2016   Reply →

    When we truly understand that we are all the same it clearly shows that there is no place for arrogance or lack of self worth in anyone.

  • Stephanie Stevenson October 11, 2016   Reply →

    What a joy to have something of this quality to watch on TV. A reminder of something we all know in our core essence and may have chosen to forget for a very long time.

  • rosanna bianchini October 11, 2016   Reply →

    The body is smarter than the mind, that’s turns everything we’ve been taught to believe, completely upside down! But it’s true, I can definitely say that my body protests after I’ve eaten or done something that my mind thought was a ‘good idea at the time’ – it doesn’t hold back in letting me know that that wasn’t such a clever idea!

  • Sandra Schneider October 11, 2016   Reply →

    Now, by watching it a second time, I get that being self-centered does not mean to make it all about me, me, me, but to connect to my whole body before I do anything and live in that connected way. And through my connection to my body I am connected to all of you, because we are out of the same material, so to speak. By bringing all of me into what I express, I am with all of you – that would mean that no harming action from my side ‘against’ you could happen, that I would do just what is the best for all of us. A harmonious and integral way of living. So the ‘whole body’ is not just my body, but we as a whole body of beings.

    • Amina Tumi October 12, 2016   Reply →

      That is correct Sandra and so from there we can then make simple choices on a regular basis that truly supports us in all that we do, say and think. Are bodies are simple at the end of the day and they like to be treated lovingly all of the time not just now and then.

  • Cherise Holt October 11, 2016   Reply →

    I could watch this over and over again! and I most probably will. This is the kind of TV that we need in the world, stuff that makes us ponder, words that support us to expand our own understanding of ourselves and of life and a viewing that leaves us feeling completely connected to and committed to life as opposed to feeling like a couch potato! and checked-out or numbed by fiction. I can’t wait for more episodes and to re-watch this one, exploring more for myself the whole body intelligence that I have access to.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 11, 2016   Reply →

    There is such a wealth of wisdom presented here one has ot watch it again and again to reap the benefits.

  • Jennifer Smith October 11, 2016   Reply →

    It’s quite an outstanding thing to say that our mental health issues have first begun in the body. So really if that’s where they begin then we must be able to address then through the body also. I work near a mental health unit and watching the comings and goings has been a real eye opener, just from the perspective of looking at how the clients/patients walk and move. Which makes me want to ask what would happen if they changed their movements? Would this change the quality of their thoughts? I know for myself if I go for a walk and focus on my body and how I am moving it certainly does.

  • Jenny James October 11, 2016   Reply →

    I love Serge Benhayon TV, and always find more . . a deeper insight every time I watch. Riveting viewing and ever living wisdom. Thank you all involved.

  • Alison Moir October 11, 2016   Reply →

    Time to go and buy a TV again. I had stopped watching TV because there was nothing that was presented that was of any real value any more, and nothing came close to what I was enjoying and happening in my life. TV has lost it’s way over the years and is now purely about entertainment encouraging us to check out and lose ourselves in the programme. I enjoyed every moment of this Episode and will watch it many times, I really began to understand what a whole body intelligence meant. I loved the questions Rebecca put forward…. super powerful. Thank you Serge and Rebecca

  • Gabriele Conrad October 11, 2016   Reply →

    The revelation that psychological problems begin first in the body before they manifest as any of the conditions that we can identify and label, is huge and will over time revolutionise that branch of our health system.

    • Matilda Bathurst October 13, 2016   Reply →

      Yes, Gabriele, this is an amazing point of understanding that will open up our approach to mental health issues completely.

  • H M October 11, 2016   Reply →

    What I find inspiring is the relationship with the interviewer and the interviewee. It is clear that the conversations happening here continue to go deeper and deeper – it is a discussion more so than an interview and it is amazing to watch.

    • Vicky Cooke November 29, 2016   Reply →

      I agree the relationship with the interviewer and interviewee is really beautifull and healing to observe to the point where you don’t know sometimes who is the interviewee and who is the interviewer! They both support the conversation to unfold and go deeper and there is no push or drive but instead this absolutely effortless flow that never takes away from the content of what is being expressed, its quite incredible both what is being shared and the interview itself.

  • Harrison White October 11, 2016   Reply →

    Love how what serge Benhayon presents is clear and absolute. Its inspiring to see someone who lives from their “whole body intelligence” as when we live in the mind we can try and fool others, or hide emotions and feelings. Living from the body on the other hand everything is transparent and simple.

  • Leigh Matson October 11, 2016   Reply →

    That was like watching one of the purple books, in that when I read them or watch this I get the sense that something different will always pop out and stand to attention again and again.
    For the first round it made sense that if we hold a reaction in our body from a situation in life, our body moves from situation to situation – so if it’s not dealt with at the point we react to it, it doesn’t matter if we move away from the situation because we carry the issue into other area’s of life. Makes a lot of sense. It then makes me wonder if I do feel my body change or react, is it something in the moment causing the reaction or has this been carried and undealt with from another area of life?

  • Mariette Reineke October 11, 2016   Reply →

    Television in its truest form, just watching this first episode gives me so much gold, that I can take with me into my day and all days to come. Evolution in my living room, what more can I ask for?

  • Rebecca Briant October 12, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence – the kind of intelligence that tells animals to seek higher ground in natural disasters, or which foods they can and can’t eat – what if it’s not an instinct but a connection so an intelligence we all too often dismiss in favour of what we consider greater – but as Serge is presenting, whole body intelligence gives us a connection to ourselves and then to others that nothing else can.

  • mary sanford October 12, 2016   Reply →

    I have never heard anyone talk or explain about a whole body experience. The way that Serge Benhayon explains this science makes sense to me. I can remember drinking alcohol when I was young and throwing up and feeling dreadful but still drinking it, or feeling dizzy and sick when trying to drink coffee, again it was something I persevered with in spite of how I was feeling. I did not listen to my body at all and now looking back it was clearly communicating to me that these two substances were not what I should be drinking. It’s interesting to look back and see how my mind over rode what my body was telling me. By Serge Benhayon talking so openly and truthfully about the science of our bodies and how they work it gives everyone an ability to decide what is best for them rather than just going along with the status quo.

  • Eva Rygg October 12, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon’s teachings about the intelligence of our body has been and continues to be an absolute game changer – personally my life has turned from a state of struggle and ‘giving up’, to making life changing choices through learning the profound importance of taking responsibility and seeing how we all create or co-create our own reality by the choices that we make in our day to day living.

  • Danna Elmalah October 12, 2016   Reply →

    This episode gives us a whole new insight , or at least it had given me new insight on what is true intelligence. And how the intelligence I have been taught, was most surely not coming from my body but my mind. And so, by hearing this man Serge Benhayon speak, I have been asking myself, ‘how come I was not aware of this?’ As I thought the mind was the only intelligence. Then I had looked an episode further where it is explained that we buy our own numbness so to speak… by using our power to give away to things that drive us away from our root course, our innate-being, our inner-heart and Soulful selves.

  • Julie Chung October 12, 2016   Reply →

    What Serge shares for us all is so empowering and a true step forward in understanding self responsibility and how profound this choice can be on not only our own bodies, but in all that we do, so everyone benefits.

  • Vicky Geary October 12, 2016   Reply →

    What a difference it makes to watch something that leaves us feeling inspired to make choices that allow us to experience a deeper connection to our truth. It’s a long way from the many other visual offerings that are out there.

    • Amina Tumi October 12, 2016   Reply →

      Yes Vicky, there is nothing like this out there and so bring on this true learning and inspiring way of watching TV.

  • chris james October 12, 2016   Reply →

    What a profoundly beautiful understanding, that the more one truly connects with one’s body and one’s self, the more we are aware of , and encompassing, the bigger picture of life.

  • Samantha Davidson October 12, 2016   Reply →

    And so if we nurture our vessel, our environment, our body then we are aware of a deeper lived wisdom, as is shared in the film “Knowledge can be something that lives in our body, not something we recall…” And so a whole body intelligence. Something I am learning is that it is exhausting to switch on a recall, having answers. And being ready, being prepared in how I live in all areas is supporting me hugely and I can feel I have the words I need to say without the pushing, trying and force that I once felt I needed to muster to be think I had the answers, the wisdom is flowing more naturally, through whole body awareness.

  • Cherise Holt October 12, 2016   Reply →

    Our relationship with our body is significant to all aspects of our life. I enjoyed hearing what Rebecca shares here about the ‘whole body’ experience and the impact that living only from our head or with mind intelligence and disregarding the whole body really has on our relationships with other people too. What are we bringing to our loved ones, to other people when we move and live not in awareness or connection to our whole bodies and thus our universal intelligence? We are bringing a lesser version than the otherwise brightest stars that we really are and are not at all moving in love. Without love we are loveless and without whole body intelligence we are again not only loveless but being harmful towards our own physical bodies and to others as the disharmony swells from trying to be something we are innately not.

  • Amina Tumi October 12, 2016   Reply →

    Wow what a perfect way to spend an evening, I loved watching this episode it has such a wealth of true knowledge and wisdom. I will be watching this over and over again.

  • Ingrid Ward October 12, 2016   Reply →

    Now this is what I call “intelligent” television; television that does not intrude into your home leaving you feeling wired and disconnected from life, but offers itself to you with love and buckets of inspiration and a deeper understanding of the wonders of the body and of life. And for me, each time I watch it there is another level of wisdom being shared, and it comes with absolutely no conditions!

  • Fiona Pierce October 12, 2016   Reply →

    Love this – so often our intelligence is referred to as being from a mind that is contained to our brain or if it does involve the body there is ‘gut intelligence’ but to me Whole Body Mindedness or Intelligence makes sense.

  • Abby October 12, 2016   Reply →

    Simple truths presented right from the beginning ‘essentially we are all the same’ indeed. I will definitely watch this again.

  • mary sanford October 12, 2016   Reply →

    I keep coming back to these episodes because what is being presented to me feels like absolute gold. ‘Being all of us in all we do’ this has the potential to change everyone’s interaction with each other all around the world. For example I have a tendency to disconnect from myself and ‘check out’, but if I have heard correctly then me checking out gives permission for everyone else to check out and if we all check out could this be why mental illness is on the rise? Because we are not taking responsibility to be ‘all of us in all we do’? And if we were ‘all of us in all we do’ then I wonder if we could ever have a disagreement again because when we are with ourselves there is no disharmony in the body. Just this first episode has so many pearls of wisdom about how to truly be with ourselves and one another. Here at last is someone who actually knows the answers to our dilemmas, but my question is who is listening.

  • Rebecca briant October 13, 2016   Reply →

    Great interview and no popcorn needed – it was enough just to watch and listen to some fascinating insights and sharing’s into the intelligence of the body.

  • Felix Kremer October 13, 2016   Reply →

    Such a beautiful gift, this lived wisdom of Serge Benhayon. Watching this I get a feeling for what the term “Ageless Wisdom” really means. It is so deep and true, it can be put in practice in any time, culture, religion, era…

  • Matilda Bathurst October 13, 2016   Reply →

    This is an amazing interview with incredible insights into life, love and health.

  • Joseph Barker October 13, 2016   Reply →

    Wow – have you ever heard Love explained this way? So beautiful how it begins and flows from our connection with everything and everybody. The complete opposite of the idea we are sold about ‘the one’. Except you could say we are all part of the oneness that Love truly is. Thank you Serge Benhayon for sharing from all of your body this truth.

  • Jenny James October 13, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence is something that we are with and in all of the time … we can simply listen and connect to what our body is telling us. How incredibly beautiful and profound, and it makes total sense.

  • Gyl October 13, 2016   Reply →

    I have spent and still do much time living from my head, where by living from my body makes everything, not just life, so simple and so clear.

  • kehinde James October 13, 2016   Reply →

    Awesome, at last a TV channel that truly serves humanity.

  • Stephanie Stevenson October 13, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon TV is a great resource to share with others. Two friends visiting from America have just sat in a hotel room with me, commenting that ‘they thoroughly enjoyed watching a program of this quality that truly makes sense of things’.

  • Lucy Duffy October 13, 2016   Reply →

    Now this is how TV could be the world over – inspirational, expanding and healing. Thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • Rebecca Briant October 13, 2016   Reply →

    The discussion on psychology was fascinating, to consider how a long held reaction in the body may then cause the hormonal and biological imbalances we then later down the line diagnose as a mental health issue. We all have the experience where a long period of high stress or emotion physically wears us down, makes us more susceptible to getting sick – but what if more subtle and longer term emotions and reactions cause the same effect.

  • Sandra Dallimore October 14, 2016   Reply →

    This is what I call TV worth watching. It has purpose, is inspiring and truly educational.

  • kehinde James October 14, 2016   Reply →

    Serge concludes this interview by saying ‘ Love is the truest and highest form of intelligence’ A powerful yet simple truth the whole world needs to hear.

  • mary sanford October 14, 2016   Reply →

    I have just been listening to what Serge is saying about mental illness and how it manifests in the body first. This makes complete sense to me as a young teenager I know I started to shut down because I felt I couldn’t cope with life. When I had a nervous breakdown the doctors put me on so many different tablets to try and help me that I was unable to function because my whole body became disoriented by the drugs. This actually made the situation worse because I felt out of control and lost incentive to regain control because I was so befuddled by the drugs. The doctors couldn’t connect to me, and I felt like a walking Zombie!
    If at the time there was someone like Serge Benhayon to sit me down and explain whole body intelligence before putting me on the drugs, I wonder if I would have had to take them and if I possibly would have recovered a lot sooner. I’m not saying that drugs don’t have their place in mental illness, what I am saying is that they shouldn’t be the only solution. Because although I took the drugs they didn’t change anything, the issues were still there undealt with within my body.

  • Caroline Francis October 14, 2016   Reply →

    Brilliant! In this first episode I love the clarity with which Serge Benhayon speaks about the intelligence of the body and how it is not a selfish way to be, to love and honour ourselves, and when we do the knock on effect it has on those around us. It is also wonderful to be reminded that when we have issues with others it is inevitable those issues will come into our relationships. It always comes back to us and our responsibility in the way we choose to be and live with ourselves. Thank you Serge Benhayon and the team who has made these broadcasts possible.

  • Nicole Sjardin October 15, 2016   Reply →

    “The body can’t love only one person” – I remember when my second child was due and I wondered how it was possible to love another person so much. Of course it was not an issue. If we truly love another person we would not allow something to come in between. I love the energetic responsibility that Serge talks about.

    • Ingrid Ward November 19, 2016   Reply →

      Those words jumped out for me too Nicole and I have been really allowing myself to feel the truth of them, and have found that when I feel them from my body they simply make so much sense; life changing words being offered from a television in my lounge – now that doesn’t happen very often in today’s media driven world.

  • Jennifer Smith October 15, 2016   Reply →

    There is a real equality in understanding that our body has a lived intelligence. If it is based on recall or mind based knowledge – some people are better at this than others, therefore some people are elevate because of that intelligence. But is it really ‘intelligent’ if we are abusive to ourselves and our body? Everyone has lived a life full of wide and varying experiences and there is an innate wisdom contained in this way of understanding ourselves and the world. In that way no one is any better than anyone else and we begin to understand just how valuable everyone is to the growth of the whole.

  • Gyl October 15, 2016   Reply →

    I have been feeling very unsettled and in my head recently, this has been going on for a couple of days, it took 2 mins of coming back to my body and doing some simple Esoteric Connective Tissue Exercises to totally clear this.

  • Julie Chung October 15, 2016   Reply →

    Love is the highest form of intelligence, now that’s definitely a statement that everyone needs to hear, even if they don’t grasp the concept first up, it may get some of those little cells inside waking up as a start.

  • SD October 15, 2016   Reply →

    I had not fully understood what intelligence is until watching this video, and I feel that there is still so much more to discover! Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith are such a great team in presenting such an important and vital tool for life in so simple and understandable ways.

  • Jane Keep October 15, 2016   Reply →

    Thank you for Serge Benhayon TV – I have started to watch these episodes. They bring a whole new meaning to how we can use technology to evolve, to learn, to understand. This is true TV – a medium to share with all the truth about our world today.

  • Annelies van Haastrecht October 16, 2016   Reply →

    ‘bringing the whole body to what you do’ this is something that is a profound way of living. The part that is our head likes running the show but it brought me anxiousness and frustration and thus a heavy head and migraines and a body I did not know. When I choose to be with my body life is simple and joyful and then I feel the endless wisdom of my body.

  • Tricia Nicholson October 16, 2016   Reply →

    A beautiful experience of true tv which changes the whole concept with the energy that is put out and what receive. This leaves us to be to and opens us up to see and feel for ourselves and sets a new marker and evolution for the real tv of the future with the love we all are as our basis to come from. A great episode to be viewed over again and more to follow.

  • Susan Green October 16, 2016   Reply →

    Now this is TV worth watching! I loved the first episode so much I had to listen to the second straight after..

  • Monica Gillooly October 16, 2016   Reply →

    These are just amazing, I keep re-watching them – pure gold. Thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • Natallija October 16, 2016   Reply →

    I have watched my fair share of TV programs where I was glued to each presenter sharing the facts on topics that were about searching for love, finding love etc. Looking back there were no elements about the true understanding of what love is. It is great to be viewing TV that is presented with such simplicity and love in its truer sense.

  • H M October 16, 2016   Reply →

    Once again Serge delivers us some pretty stop in your tracks bombs. Intelligence of the head being one of them and the fact that intelligence won’t stop suicide, but love will. I mean – these are simple statements with a lot of truth. The fact is that if we live in our heads then we ignore our bodies. To have a TV program that delivers something like this (when TV usually asks us to switch off in our bodies) is changing the way in which this medium can be used.

  • Jennifer Smith October 16, 2016   Reply →

    I realised something yesterday when watching this without sound. It’s amazing how much is communicated without using words. I love how both Serge and Rebecca are very relaxed with each other. There is no signs of trying to convince the other or trying to catch the other out or a sense of push. It’s simply a conversation, a presentation with no attachment by either Serge or Rebecca. I have heard that 80% (if not more) is non-verbal communication. Now that I have been introduced to watching body language without sound, I will be definitely doing more of that.

  • Kylie Jackson October 16, 2016   Reply →

    I could watch this all day (if it wasn’t inspiring me to get up and put it all into action) haha.

  • Kylie Jackson October 16, 2016   Reply →

    Television that is life changing – is completely game changing.

  • Alison Moir October 17, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence changes the whole way we view intelligence. To know that our body has an intelligence already embedded in it so that it does not have to recall, could change the whole education system, which is at present built around recalling from the mind what we have learnt. What I love about what Serge presents here, is that it is not so much about becoming more intelligent, but more a case of undertanding that a whole body intelligence helps us to become more aware of our own body, and this naturally allows us to be more caring and loving with each other. Love is the highest form of intelligence…. knowing this in itself re-writes the education system we have at present.

  • Stephen Gammack October 17, 2016   Reply →

    What a revelation to consider that if we live in sensitivity to our own body then we bring that quality to all our interactions. So from that learning it seems so important that we develop educational programmes that teach us all to care for and be aware of our bodies, and that this will transform all our abilities to relate to others.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 17, 2016   Reply →

    Understanding whole body intelligence as presented by Serge Benhayon brings a whole new understanding of intelligence; or rather it is the re-establishment of the wisdom that was known by the Ancients, such as those who built the pyramids. Once this is generally appreciated and understood our whole way of education will change.

  • Doug Valentine October 17, 2016   Reply →

    Love is the truest form of intelligence. What an amazing revelation! What we call intelligence has been shown in a million different ways to not work, is it not time to test out using love as our intelligence?

  • Jenny McGee October 17, 2016   Reply →

    This is truly intelligent television, presenting the wisdom of our body and how we have limited ourselves to a form of intelligence that is reduced to recalled knowledge and experience.

  • Abby October 17, 2016   Reply →

    Wow.. relationships revolutionised in 23 minutes.

  • Francisco Clara October 18, 2016   Reply →

    Thank you for Serge Benhayon Tv, this is revolutionary Tv at it’s best – giving us a real understanding of life, healing and the way forth for our evolution and that is through our whole body intelligence.

  • Francisco Clara October 18, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence, allows us to meet life through our bodies first surrendering and choosing that which is for the good of the all and not just for the self-satisfying individual. This episode brings a new meaning to the level of responsibility we have in all our relationships to love another equally. Thank you!

    • Jonathan Stewart October 20, 2016   Reply →

      Yes, and in the way that Serge Benhayon explains and presents this deeper level of responsibility one does not feel overwhelmed by it.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 18, 2016   Reply →

    The way Serge explains the whole body mindedness it really makes complete sense. The first time I heard Serge present I was instantly amazed at the clarity, easy of understand on such vast topics that were practically expressed in a way that you can see it reflects to your day-to-day way of being. Since this moment I knew that I heard the truth and what is not truth stands out.

  • Kathleen Baldwin October 18, 2016   Reply →

    TV has been DEAD to me for a few years as I found it poured out utter rubbish and even if I come to something that I thought may be informative I felt like I was being strung along when there was only one point that was being made to fit as many ads in as possible, and the information was more than often biased, empty and extremely frustrating and disappointing. And then in utter contrast I watch this very first Episode of Serge Benhayon TV. OMG I am totally blown away! Every sentence uttered is a piece of GOLD. Every moment is a deepening of what is being presented. Every particle in my body sat up and took notice. This is real TV! This is the greatest form of television that has EVER, EVER been presented! This is TV that is ALIVE, that I actually felt I was moving with the presenters as what was being discussed deepened. Thank you all involved. This is revolutionary and evolutionary!

  • Abby October 18, 2016   Reply →

    Thank you Serge Benhayon and team for making this website. There are pearls of wisdom in everything I have watched.

  • Gill Randall October 18, 2016   Reply →

    Knowing intelligence from the body is true wisdom that Serge Benhayon brings, it is a whole new way to understand intelligence. It is felt bodily as a lived experience, not learnt in the head.

  • Natallija October 19, 2016   Reply →

    As a society we have placed so much emphasis on the mind and how this is seen as the key to intelligence driving our economy and world market. This insightful viewing is showing us that there could possibly be another way when we combine the truth and simplicity that the body and mind bring together. Compelling viewing on my screen and definitely looking forward to the next episode.

  • Stephen Gammack October 19, 2016   Reply →

    It is really fascinating to consider, the more self centred we become the less selfish we are, so to put that in the context of sport, I would in the past play sports strongly, and in doing so became less aware of my own physicality as I would override the feelings of having done enough, which brings a whole new understanding to what exercise could mean in regards to using exercise to enhance our wellbeing and thus make us better able to communicate and share our qualities with others. I know for sure that when I used to do triathlon I wasn’t able to share my qualities with others as I was too tired to give of myself to conversations and really appreciate other people and how they felt.

  • Gyl October 19, 2016   Reply →

    This is the episode I will come back to time and time again, the power, strength, understanding and knowing of everything, offered through our bodies is huge.

  • Vicky Geary October 20, 2016   Reply →

    It doesn’t get more real and true than this. Huge appreciation for what is being shared here and the work that has gone into producing quality with a capital Q viewing.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 20, 2016   Reply →

    Understanding ‘Whole-body Intelligence’ brings a whole new way of being, purpose and direction in life that makes such common sense.

  • Deborah McInnes October 20, 2016   Reply →

    Now this is TV that offers true growth for all of Humanity – remaining relevant and alive, no matter how many times we watch an episode, there is more understanding on offer and our every particle aligns to the simple and yet universal wisdom and truth.

  • Gyl October 21, 2016   Reply →

    More and more everyday I am learning from my body.

  • Jeanette October 22, 2016   Reply →

    I have in recent years realised what an utter time waster TV is so gave up on it. I had often allowed to it numb me out to the point of being stuck in front of it programs I wasn’t even interested in, unable to move. That though the TV had an off switch the only thing that got switched off, disconnected, was me. I would eventually go to bed disappointed in myself for getting stuck in front of it.
    This channel, sergebenhayon.tv is a whole other ball game, and I have to laugh at myself as I can feel a slight tension within me about it. On the one hand, that it is gold to stop and take the time to watch and feel the wealth of what we are being offered, and conversely that it is asking me to get off my butt, not waste time, but get on with living a connected, truly intelligent and loving life. Unlike regular TV it is TV that leaves me free to make the choice.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 22, 2016   Reply →

    It is wonderful hearing that we can access an intelligence through our body that is way wiser than what we thought is the best we’ve got, our brain. Beautifully explained by Serge Benhayon and so inspiring.

  • Jenny McGee October 22, 2016   Reply →

    It makes so much sense to bring ourselves back to a way of being that holds the body as one, rather than working in parts. But I had never realised how much we were limiting our intelligence by favouring one body part over another. Thank you Serge for such a simple yet powerful presentation on Whole Body intelligence.

  • Gyl October 22, 2016   Reply →

    It’s incredible how loudly my body speaks, there are times where I may be having a judgemental thought or moving in a way that is not loving, and my ovaries start to ache. I ask myself why have they started to hurt, for example is it because of this thought, the answer is yes, as soon as I realise that, they stop aching. Very cool.

    • Amina Tumi October 24, 2016   Reply →

      Beautifully said Gyl, and I can certainly relate to this. It is a very responsible way to live making sure that we are in continuous connection to our bodies and listening and responding to what they are needing which is always simplicity and tender loving care.

  • Jennifer Smith October 22, 2016   Reply →

    We are really missing out and cutting ourselves short if we think that the intelligence of the mind is ‘it’. We only really need to look at the world to see that it’s not working. Serge Benhayon has to be the most intelligent person I have ever known, so there must be something in what he is sharing with us. I know I am willing to explore this myself and so far in my experience everything he shares and presents is true.

  • Abby October 22, 2016   Reply →

    TV has lost so much quality nowadays, thank you for bringing back substance to television.

  • mary sanford October 23, 2016   Reply →

    When Serge Benhayon presents he makes so much sense to me, I question my way of living – is there more to life than the narrow confines I allow my self to live in? And the answer is a resounding yes. I have learnt more about myself, others, life and the Universe from Serge Benhayon’s presentations and workshop than the education system I went through. And what is more, Serge presents in such a way that every detail is interesting, nothing is boring or dull. He has for me made life interesting again – something I feel I want to engage in rather than withdraw from. Serge Benhayon is a true educator and if only the education system mirrored his presentations there would I’m sure be no one bunking off school because they were bored, it would be full of people because Serge Benhayon makes it all about people first.

  • Ariana Ray October 23, 2016   Reply →

    TV as it should be – full of:
    – integrity
    -developing and expanding
    and it has two gorgeous presenters! Thank you for bringing truth into TV.

    • Amina Tumi October 24, 2016   Reply →

      Yes, yes and yes Ariana, Joy is what I feel watching these episode as they reveal the absolute truth of life in every way. Serge Benhayon is a living legend.

  • Gill Randall October 23, 2016   Reply →

    I love the way that Serge explains that the more whole bodied we are feeling, the less self centred we are because we connect to everyone as equal. When we listen and understand the wisdom of what we feel in our bodies, we can learn so much through this TV channel. Thank you so much Serge for showing us how to tap back into our bodies through Love.

    • Amina Tumi October 25, 2016   Reply →

      This is a great point Gill and how great this is really as we are naturally all that Serge is presenting and so it is well worth spending the time redeveloping this relationship with ourselves in this way.

  • Stephen Gammack October 23, 2016   Reply →

    I loved listening to the piece on psychology, and hearing how the body is running with an intelligence that exceeds what is held in our minds. It also made me consider how the body displays its choices, how we physically appear always gives away a great deal about our state of mind. Its remarkable listening to this video as each time brings to light more wisdom and insight than I had previously taken in.

  • Tricia Nicholson October 23, 2016   Reply →

    A beautiful presentation of the truth and our access through our bodies is here all the time for us to feel and is true intelligence. Serge Benhayon is a real presenter and is inspirational. Tv has never been like this and will never be again – Serge Benhayon tv has now set the standard forever for us all.

  • rosanna bianchini October 24, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body mindedness, rings so true as a way to describe the body’s ability to know, from every cell, exactly what is going on. Thank you Serge for presenting this, and giving it a name.

  • Gyl October 24, 2016   Reply →

    What I love is the fact that our bodies literally tell us what to eat to support and nourish ourselves, which can often be very very different from the ideas in our heads of what to eat. There is still a big consciousness, a comfortable one, around healthy eating that comes from our heads rather than our body.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 24, 2016   Reply →

    The realistion that mental health conditions arise first in the body is profound and when generally accepted will revolutionise the approach to mental health care.

  • Abby October 24, 2016   Reply →

    It is very interesting that we don’t get taught how to deeply care for our bodies first and formost.

  • Felix Kremer October 25, 2016   Reply →

    Has anyone told you before that the way you move defines the intelligence you have access to? I find this is ice-breaking.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 25, 2016   Reply →

    What an awesome episode which gives you a moment to stop and consider that there is much more to our way of being and body than we have cared to realise. That we are in fact connected to the Universe and that this is what we are either living with or choosing to dis-connect from. Our bodies are the representation of this and all our choices are reflected in the quality of what our bodies present.

  • Julie October 25, 2016   Reply →

    No more excuses world – it can be seen and heard here on TV – the very thing that is there to support us every step of the way is with us all the time – our body – if we pay attention and listen to its intelligence. Awesome watching for anyone, thank you Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith.

  • Donna Gianniotis October 25, 2016   Reply →

    Having not owned or watched a TV in many years, this kind of viewing is what I have been waiting for. It is deeply inspiring offering such words of wisdom that I know I will watch over and over again. This is television that is designed to support us to evolve. Thank you so much for launching Serge Benhayon TV, this is a true gift to humanity.

  • Abby October 25, 2016   Reply →

    It makes so much sense that we hold issues in our bodies. Look at how light hearted and free children are, and how their bodies are too.

  • Jonathan Stewart October 26, 2016   Reply →

    Such a great sharing of the destructiveness of living in parts while the understanding of ‘whole-body intelligence’ that is presented here brings an awareness of such an enriching way of living.

  • Rowena Stewart October 26, 2016   Reply →

    It is such common sense really, how can our bodies not absorb and be affected by the way we live, they are after all quite literally our vehicle of expression and are an immutable part of the natural world too. Having studied human biology I am in constant awe of how our bodies work, finely tuned to respond to miniscule chemical molecules, comprised of complex systems that work harmoniously together, powered by tiny cells that pump out enormous amounts of energy. And we seem to so readily trash them with strong stimulants and man made toxins. Why are we spending billions of dollars exploring Outer Space when there is so much to discover within our selves, so much Inner Space yet to be fully explored, re-claimed and celebrated?

  • Stephen Gammack October 27, 2016   Reply →

    To consider every part of my body in every moment, decision, choice, movement is an incredible thing I reckon, and a beautiful way to enjoy being in our body. Recently I heard a comment about exercise and pushing the body to extremes – that is an indication for me of how important it is to offer a reflection in my own body that is getting closer to whole bodied movement and expression, for surely that shows others that pushing to extremes and punishing ourselves is not allowing us to enjoy being in our bodies. I love the wisdom on offer in this short broadcast, every listen brings more clarity to how it is we might be living.

  • Jennifer Smith October 27, 2016   Reply →

    I think deep down we all know that we are the same. We may all look different on the outside, live in different places speak different languages. But what really matters to all of us is the same; being loved, having people who are close and having a life of meaning (to name a few). So if we are more alike with what matters then we must have more in common than what we see on the outside. But it’s deeper than what we have in common for the inner spark that we have is what we share with each other and in that we see that we are made of much grander stuff than we could possibly see with our eyes.

  • Abby October 27, 2016   Reply →

    Speaking of whole body intelligence, look how open the body language is in this episode.

  • Leigh Matson October 28, 2016   Reply →

    I stopped watching TV a couple of years ago as flicking through over 500 channels and finding nothing to watch just proved time and time again to no avail, there was nothing other than a feeling of stimulation or buzzing from a drama or TV series. But this episode felt very different, it felt like watching this there was a purpose to it that wasn’t about sensation or stimulation but deeply supportive and healing, bringing a greater understanding to life, and that is what I will take away with me after watching this. I have no feelings of buzzyness or being revved up but actually more understanding of my life. Pretty cool.

  • mary sanford October 28, 2016   Reply →

    I so enjoy watching these episodes and I was watching this first episode again with a family member and they were riveted to their chair and when the interview was over they said
    “What Serge Benhayon was discussing made so much sense to me, I can relate very much to what he was saying about the car, and how people slam the doors of a car without being aware that they are doing so”
    This shows to me that these interviews are so needed as it gives people an opportunity to get to know and understand the realness of what is being presented.

  • Monica Gillooly October 28, 2016   Reply →

    What Serge Benhayon presents is simple and very accessible and we all have it in us to live in this way, it’s about committing to honouring our bodies and living in a way that is very much in touch with how we feel, and letting go our head-focused way of living. And what I love about these presentations, is it’s up to you, there’s no sell or push, just a presenting of the choices we can make and it makes sense, so really it’s about living it, something I learn more of and explore daily.

  • Tricia Nicholson October 28, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence is an amazing reality that really changes how we live and this interview with Serge Benhayon and Rebecca is so inspiring with a quality rarely seen before. This is a real and new marker bringing integrity and truth to the world. It is so beautiful to listen to with my whole body listening and opening up.

  • HM October 28, 2016   Reply →

    I very much enjoy watching TV with purpose – and these episodes carry a true purpose about what is truly going on in the world. As Serge and Rebecca discuss, intelligence is much more than the mind. Though this might be known by some, it is not truly felt and lived by us all – and TV like this has an opportunity to ask us to check in with our bodies and start to connect more with ourselves.

  • Abby October 28, 2016   Reply →

    Knowing Universal intelligence comes from our body inspires us to care deeply for ourselves and others.

  • Abby October 28, 2016   Reply →

    There is so much to appreciate about the way we can move.

  • Felix Kremer October 29, 2016   Reply →

    Holding everyone as equal – sounds like a quality that is not from this realm of life where we are used to bullying, war, violence, separation, nations, cultures etc. Yet it can be lived as expressed by Serge Benhayon. I find a difficult aspect to learn is to not treat blood family different to others. It’s very supportive to have an accessible lived example.

  • Gyl October 29, 2016   Reply →

    I can live life so much from my head, but when I live from my body is just makes sense, it’s so much clearer, joyful, lighter and simpler living this way, there is no stress or anxiety. The anxiety comes from being in my head trying to work things out and the indecision.

  • Gill Randall October 29, 2016   Reply →

    I love the way Serge presents how he had to re-aquaint himself with the whole body mindedness, as he encourages us to do the same, to find the knowing intelligence that is within us all.

  • Ariana Ray October 29, 2016   Reply →

    It’s an unfolding experience to feel our whole body intelligence – I suspect I am just skirting around the edges here, for the depth of wisdom available to us is beginning to be shown.

  • Christoph Schnelle October 30, 2016   Reply →

    It may sound strange to ‘express from the body’ but it can simply mean to be aware of our body while we are speaking and or moving and to notice the feedback from the body. When the feedback indicated harmony, the expression can be very healing.

  • Aimee Edmonds October 30, 2016   Reply →

    It can’t get any clearer then that! Love is our highest intelligence. And what stood out for me is how insular it is to only focus and put effort into loving just one person. I used to think it was bad to love anyone as much as I loved my husband or family but then I realised that how I am with everyone else I met is also what I bring home to the ones I think I love most. Awesome to have sergebenhayon.tv available for everyone.

  • Ariana Ray October 30, 2016   Reply →

    I love this episode – it blows away the concepts that the mind is where it is all at. Without connection to the whole body we become talking heads.

  • Ariana Ray October 31, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body mindedness – YES! As Serge explains this you can feel the truth of it. For to deny the body, (as most of have done all our lives) is to deny true intelligence. The body is this vehicle we expect to take us from a to b, yet the mind thinks it can use and abuse it with all manner of poisons. That makes no sense. It bury’s and denies the truth that the body has wisdom and intelligence that exceeds that of the mind – without the connection with our bodies we are mindless and not intelligent at all.

  • Gyl October 31, 2016   Reply →

    Simply reading these words ” whole body intelligence” I know my body needs to rest.

  • Jenny James November 1, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon TV brings the best news I have heard for a while. The incredible intelligence of the body is with us all of the time. How we tune in, and keep ourselves connected with our vessel of intelligence is our responsibility and begins simply with Love.

  • Ariana Ray November 1, 2016   Reply →

    Truth on TV – amazing and rare, but not rare on Serge TV – here the amazing is an everyday occurrence and opportunity to develop and grow. Thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 1, 2016   Reply →

    This is what I Love about Serge Benhayon, he always speaks of the All on a micro level and a macro level. So when we live we can’t just focus on one area of the body and ignore the other because they are actually totally connected. How can we possible have one part harmonious if there is another area that is dis-harmonious. To be aware of our being and whole body mindedness is actually what is required in life. Here we are being responsible with the whole because every choice we make reflects back into the Universe.

  • Gyl November 3, 2016   Reply →

    Everyday I am amazed by how intelligent my body is, way much wiser than my head.

  • Ariana Ray November 3, 2016   Reply →

    Serge TV is a revolution in TV productions – no lies, pretense here only love- straight up. The whole-body mindedness is such a great way of explaining that we cannot be held in parts. The body is the wisdom we can live with, or we can ignore it. This is the revolution of true Universal wisdom.
    Thank you Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith – utterly brilliant.

  • Jonathan Stewart November 3, 2016   Reply →

    Understanding that true intelligence is not regurgitating knowledge but from the wisdom of the lived experience turns the present system of education on its head. The sooner that occurs the sooner the world and humanity will be in a better and true place.

  • Ariana Ray November 3, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence is much needed today, especially for those of us who identify ourselves by the parts of us we like, hating the other parts that don’t come up to scratch. We have whole, not part body intelligence.

  • SD November 3, 2016   Reply →

    There is no one else that I have ever heard speaking, who talks so openly and respectfully about gay and lesbian relationships as Serge Benhayon. And so when Serge talks of relationships in general, I really get the sense that he talking about people and not the relationship defining them, but who they essentially are in relationship with eachother. And this takes away completely the stigma attached to gay or lesbian couples, because no matter what gender your body may be, the love you share is eternal. This is very gorgeous.

    • Susan Hayes June 8, 2017   Reply →

      Agreed, it is this very quality in Serge Benhayon that allowed me to accept my same-sex sexuality that under a Catholic upbringing and my own ideals of right and wrong. From the mind I had previously shut this down as wrong, a curse, and something to be deeply ashamed of constantly battling with myself as a result. With whole body intelligence, fighting myself in this and other ways to shut down my expression no longer makes any sense.

  • Ariana Ray November 4, 2016   Reply →

    Exposing the falsity of the domination of the body by the mind is well needed. We look for the control of the mind to dominate the body and along the way we abuse our bodies, when the greatest intelligence available to us is through connection to our bodies. How smart are we to miss out on the greatest connection available to us?

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 4, 2016   Reply →

    I just Love being able to come back and listen to these pearls of wisdom that Serge Benhayon is presenting. There is so much in each of the episodes that really does require watching them time and time again to fully appreciate all that is being shared. Thanks so much Serge for these episodes, they’re the best!

  • Gyl November 4, 2016   Reply →

    Bringing it back to my body and love – life is really very simple.

  • Annelies van Haastrecht November 5, 2016   Reply →

    I love listening and watching Serge Benhayon, he speaks from his body and he is a role model for all of humanity. An living example of what he is talking about. When you hold yourself first you change the quality of what comes out of you as the body knows it is an equal part of the whole. Serge Benhayon is definitely my TV star after having not watching television for a long time.

  • Felix Kremer November 5, 2016   Reply →

    Maybe the only entertainment grander than Serge Benhayon TV is listening to your own body. The intelligence that comes out is wiser than any dictionary, encyclopedia, magazine, newspaper could be – and always updated with high speed down- and upload! It’s the connection to the true world wide web – to the future.

    • Jonathan Stewart November 6, 2016   Reply →

      This is a great and true perspective of our own body.

  • Alison Moir November 5, 2016   Reply →

    Great TV, this is what TV is all about, it is a joy to listen to and is very much needed in a world that now sees TV as entertainment, and a place to check out from life. These episodes ask us to look at life in a way that we have never been asked to before. ” Whole Body Intelligence” brings a whole new understanding to our body. Science and Medicine could add this episode to their training programme, it makes so much sense that it is not just our mind that is intelligent, the whole body has an intelligence that offers us so much more than we at present accept or are willing to listen to. More please.

  • Alison Moir November 5, 2016   Reply →

    Great TV, this is what TV is all about, it is a joy to listen to and is very much needed in a world that now sees TV as entertainment, and a place to check out from life. ” Whole Body Intelligence” brings a whole new understanding to our body. Science and Medicine could add this episode to their training programme, it makes sense that it is not just our mind that is intelligent, the whole body has an intelligence that offers us so much more than we at present accept or are willing to listen to. More please.

  • Ariana Ray November 5, 2016   Reply →

    To have the inspiration of Serge Benhayon on-tap, that is a gift beyond price that is so gracefully bestowed. I love this episode and come back to it again and again. It blows away all we are taught from the cradle to the grave – Serge Benhayon IS pure and distilled inspiration.

  • Sally Cranwell-Child November 6, 2016   Reply →

    This is what TV should be about, developing awareness and understanding how we need to be part of the whole, not checking out like we may do when we watch any other programme on TV.

  • Jonathan Stewart November 6, 2016   Reply →

    Television has always had the potential to truly educate but rarely has it been used to do so. Now we have a channel that we know is dedicated to always do that and it delivers what it promises because Serge Benhayon does.

  • Ariana Ray November 6, 2016   Reply →

    What would it be like if mainstream TV had programmes like this? It would transform how people spend their leisure time and…. support us all to live with the body and less in the mind. I am noticing more and more how living from my mind makes me move in a way that keeps me locked in with it so I choose mind over body again and again. Whereas living from the body, with its wisdom frees my movements. The disconnection that comes by being in my mind is arrested and connection feels super easy.
    This is introducing such a huge and much needed arena in the world that needs addressing.

  • Jane Torvaney November 6, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon TV is so full of wisdom I find myself returning time and time again and each time it is as fresh as the last.

  • Ariana Ray November 8, 2016   Reply →

    The importance of this episode cannot be understated. It is a clear presentation of the importance of the body – long since ignored over the so called intelligence of the mind.

  • mary sanford November 8, 2016   Reply →

    I’m just coming to a greater understanding that if we are sensitive to our own bodies and truly understand how they are always in communication with us and everyone else, then if I hold myself as precious, then by the very fact that I can do this everyone gets to feel the same preciousness in their bodies too. For me this takes responsibility to a whole new level.

  • Samantha England Babington November 8, 2016   Reply →

    At last something to watch on TV that is meaningful, evolutionary, insightful and packed with wisdom.

  • Ariana Ray November 8, 2016   Reply →

    I often wonder why we so over ride what the body is trying to present to us to hear – and how stubborn we can be as we as we over-ride, numbing our body, over-loading it with food and creating dullness when the body offers us the wisdom of the Universe.

    • Natallija November 5, 2017   Reply →

      Great point Ariana Ray – the key to this powerful comment is we are offered so much more that we can fathom and time and time again we choose less when the simplicity of more is waiting for us.

  • SD November 9, 2016   Reply →

    What I love about these interviews, is how they are another avenue for the work of Serge Benhayon to be out in the public domain, so everyone can have access to the great teacher that he is.

  • Ariana Ray November 9, 2016   Reply →

    I have been so disconnected from my body for so many years, but recently in practicing the Universal Medicine modality of Esoteric Yoga I fell in love with my body. I felt how I’ve been putting sadness in my body, how I have ignored it, but above all, I felt the capacity to love this body is enormous. Esoteric Yoga supported me to connect with and deeply love my body. It is through Esoteric Yoga, brought through by Serge Benhayon, that I started to feel what whole body intelligence can be.

  • Jennifer Smith November 10, 2016   Reply →

    The Science of Relationships….who would have thought that relationships were a science, but as I consider this it’s very true. Our every action, thought, reactions, the way we respond is all very worthwhile considering much more deeply and how we allow one relationship to affect another. We can learn so much from each other in every moment if we choose or not. It’s really the only way that we do learn, grow and evolve in relationship, not by sitting locked away in a cave forever.

  • Ariana Ray November 10, 2016   Reply →

    As a human race we have ignored our bodies for far too long, burying the whole body intelligence it carries in every cell. We have made this normal, we all do it. As one example we eat to not feel. I recall asking someone some years ago, ‘how does your body feel about that?’ The reply was ‘bodies don’t feel they function.’ That has sadly become an accepted norm. But there is little surprise here given how we treat our bodies with all the numbing and dulling foods and activities we engage in to ensure we don’t feel the depth of our whole body intelligence that is within us all equally.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 11, 2016   Reply →

    I very seldomly watch TV, but the wisdom, love and truth what is shared in this video is inspirational and supports me part by part to understand the deeper sense of life. I love to watch and listen to it more often just than once.

  • HM November 12, 2016   Reply →

    To allow myself to be naturally sensitive means i am more open to talking about things and expressing in full to others. Without the sensitivity i don’t have a true relationship with myself or others.

  • Samantha Davidson November 12, 2016   Reply →

    Intelligence in our bodies, our particles…not just hidden away in its out post, the brain….makes complete sense. Our bodies feel, to feel is intelligent.

  • Natallija November 12, 2016   Reply →

    Each time I watch this episode I am inspired by the simplicity of how the body works to support us when we remove the focus on the intelligence and make it all about the whole. The potential is limitless!

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 12, 2016   Reply →

    It changes your whole out look and relationship with yourself when you bring in the Whole Body Intelligence. To be able to connect and feel our sensitivity and nurture this is something so foreign to us that when we do start to allow ourselves to express this within ourselves and with others you get to feel more of who we really are.

  • Ariana Ray November 13, 2016   Reply →

    How did we come to the point where we abuse ourselves and ignore the body? What ever the reason – here we have an opportunity to change those old ways and grasp whole body intelligence.

  • Christoph Schnelle November 13, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence is in my experience much more intelligent than just the mind. It adds a big extra dimension to any thoughts.

  • Sally Cranwell-Child November 13, 2016   Reply →

    There is an enormous amount we can learn from what Serge lovingly shares with us, and the way he shares it makes you realise how available it really is to us all.

  • Julie Chung November 13, 2016   Reply →

    For too long we have praised the brain/mind for its intelligence and what it is capable of, but it seems it’s not very good at working out how to be in a relationship with others as that aspect of most of our lives needs lots of work and responsible honesty, something that is sorely lacking with so many. Thank goodness we have SergeBenhayon.Tv to bring us back to what is true and brings more understanding of the ways of our bodies.

  • Ariana Ray November 13, 2016   Reply →

    I know from my own life from childhood through to adulthood, that I can be so determined to NOT feel what my body is telling me that I will eat all manner of things and act in all manner of ways that numbs me from feeling, even if these ways are not nurturing me as I do them, or even abusing my body. I know I have not been on my own with this, for I learned most of my ways of being from the world since I was in my cradle. So we have a ‘norm’ that says DO NOT FEEL YOUR BODY. We grow up accepting this. The joy of saying no to the norm is huge, for we set ourselves free of the prison of numbness and start step by step to feel, until we too discover the whole body intelligence.

  • Stephen Gammack November 14, 2016   Reply →

    My experience of “reacquainting myself with my body” is something I find interesting. I have gone from being super fit in terms of my VO2 max, my ability to keep going at high intensity, to a much gentler level of fitness – yet in that same time I have a better sense of myself, of how my body feels, which for me is about no longer overriding my body but actually becoming much more in tune with it. This is a bodily intelligence that I listen to, whereas before when I exercised heavily I wasn’t able to pick up the signals as I had to override how I actually felt to go to the extremes of constantly pushing more effort out. It feels much better to not push like that even though I understand when people say they get a buzz out of the big effort, believe me the rewards of staying in tune with your body are far greater than the adrenal buzz, the “high” at the end of a hard session.

  • Gyl November 14, 2016   Reply →

    Thank you Serge

  • Ariana Ray November 15, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon presents something we have known innately, yet have studiously ignored – that our bodies have a great wisdom – now is the time to listen to that.

  • mary sanford November 16, 2016   Reply →

    I had never considered that I needed to actually build a relationship with my body until I met Serge Benhayon – what he presents makes so much sense to me and by building this intimate connection I am less anxious and nervous, so as you can imagine my stress levels have been greatly reduced which is having a huge positive impact on my life.

  • Rowena Stewart November 16, 2016   Reply →

    This episode re-writes our entire understanding of intelligence. It is not about academic ability but the willingness and ability to listen to and honour our bodies. Anyone who has studied even the smallest amount of anatomy and physiology cannot help but be in awe of the complexity and beauty of the physical body. It is clearly governed by a higher order that on an intellectual level alone we can never match. Therefore surrendering to and honouring this physiological intelligence surely opens the door to much grander realms of intelligence than we have ever previously imagined is possible. All we need to do is tune in, pay attention and respond accordingly, a choice that empowers us to make fundamental and extremely positive changes to the way we live.

  • Natallija November 16, 2016   Reply →

    As a person who has spent their entire life run by their head I was humbled by this episode and received a gentle wake up call. The body does speak volumes when we allow ourselves to nurture it as a whole not in parts.

  • Felix Kremer November 17, 2016   Reply →

    To hold all equal, that’s an intelligence I thought only exists in some far away dimension, where God lives. Serge Benhayon brings this dimension into human daily life.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 17, 2016   Reply →

    How the body intelligence works is very beautiful to study. Serge brings this understanding concerning our body in a very loving and simple way.

  • HM November 18, 2016   Reply →

    We see intelligence as how advanced we are in our minds – but we forget that our brain is just one organ in our body – and that it is easy to sell out to the mind and forget the body. But this sort of TV is for the whole body to feel – and see how our body has an intelligence that is discovered through the relationship we have with ourselves.

  • Ingrid Ward November 19, 2016   Reply →

    “Whole Body Intelligence” – I love Serge Benhayon’s description of it being like a business where every department is working together, every one fulfilling their responsibility and each and every one of the employees knowing the individual part that they play. And of course one part is not considered more important than the other, each part being honoured and respected for being an equal part of the whole. Now this is true intelligence in action.

  • Gill Randall November 19, 2016   Reply →

    The whole body intelligence that Serge brings does not focus on the different areas, like the physical function but return us to the focus of how we can connect to the body before we do anything. The body doesn’t work in parts, it needs the whole for its natural design.

  • Jeannette Goldberg November 20, 2016   Reply →

    If you stay tuned you can always feel the wisdom of your body. I find it often offers a contra message to what my mind is thinking, or my eyes are perceiving and I have come to know for myself that what Serge Benhayon presents is true, that my body always delivers truth, where my mind on the other hand does not.

  • Jennifer Smith November 21, 2016   Reply →

    How amazing to consider that our body’s are the key to the intelligence that we live with and that the future of our intelligence will come from our body.

    • Jane Keep January 7, 2018   Reply →

      I agree Jennifer, and how interesting to realise that this is not mainstream education in our upbringing and life yet it is so foundational and fundamental to living.

  • Shami November 21, 2016   Reply →

    The fact that there is a whole body intelligence to speak of, is monumental in itself. The fact that we do not speak of it regularly, as a part of everyday life, is very telling of the intelligence that we choose instead.

  • Rowena Stewart November 21, 2016   Reply →

    Life changing! The intelligence that resides on our bodies far out weighs the intelligence mankind claims to be. All the rocket science combined can never compare to the immense multi-dimensional intelligence that resides within every cell of our bodies. And so we are presented with a choice of intelligences to tune into, just like having two TV channels, do we want to tune into a source that is going to deeply enrich who we are, or just tune into a channel that keeps us fascinated but stagnant?

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 21, 2016   Reply →

    I used to see my body as simply the accumulation of the functional organs as taught by the biology books. Thanks to Serge Benhayon I have expanded my understanding and appreciation of a far greater awe-inspiring depths to my physical body, as well as understanding that we are far more than physical and have energetic aspects which very much impact our lives (something that I had previously heard about, but until Serge Benhayon’s books and teachings had neither an understanding of nor a relationship with). Once we start to appreciate the vastness of the awareness and expression available to us through our body, it becomes inconceivable to keep limiting ourself to our thinking mind or emotions.

  • Gyl November 21, 2016   Reply →

    My body blows me away, it can be as simple as eating a food and my body clearly sharing, nope, that doesn’t feel right for me, it might be bloating instantly, feeling heavy, or racy.

  • mary sanford November 22, 2016   Reply →

    It made complete sense to me when Serge Benhayon explained that if there is a psychological problem how it manifests in the body first. I can remember becoming depressed and it did feel at the time as though my body was shutting down as I was unable to cope with life and so I lived life from my mind, but now I am fully aware that going into the mind was the worst place to go as the mind can play tricks, and had me believing things which were completely untrue – which I only realised when I was able to reconnect to myself .

  • Tricia Nicholson November 22, 2016   Reply →

    A beautiful introduction to Serge Benhayon and the wisdom he teaches live for everyone to feel and know. The true whole body intelligence is real makes so much sense and something we all cannot truly live without knowing. An amazing interview and way of tv that feels very different access able and is so inspiring to live.

  • Felix Kremer November 23, 2016   Reply →

    What this man, Serge Benhayon, presents is very deep stuff. It is so simple and yet a deeper understanding unfolds with every time of listening. To me it’s God’s magic lived and made tangible.

  • Samantha England November 23, 2016   Reply →

    I love the interaction between Rebecca and Serge there is great connection between them both. This interview is completely different to interviews I have seen before as here there is real sense of equalness and openness between them both. No hiding, no giving away power and no trying to be something they are not.

  • Natallija November 24, 2016   Reply →

    Our whole body intelligence speaks volumes of the wisdom Serge Benhayon lovingly shares and is offered to us all. How interesting would this be if all media and TV stations offered the same?

  • Ariana Ray November 24, 2016   Reply →

    ‘Whole-body Intelligence’ seems to be calling for whole body responsibility, holding truth and love in an honouring of the body.

  • Ariana Ray November 25, 2016   Reply →

    The love this man Serge Benhayon brings to the world is visible in all his actions. He is transparent in all his livingness, he keeps nothing hidden. The way he lives IS whole body intelligence and this is available to everyone. His reflection tells us loudly – if he can live this, we can too.

  • Gill Randall November 25, 2016   Reply →

    For many years now,Serge has been teaching whole body mindedness knowing that we are all same. It makes complete sense that the body systems can work together 100% and when we are aware of bringing the whole body to everything we do, this affects the whole quality that we will bring and share it with all. It can be that we bring a reaction from something or it can be that we bring understanding from Love.

  • Jennifer Smith November 26, 2016   Reply →

    Working in busy nursing environments I have always put the needs of my own body second, in putting patients needs above my own. Not stopping for a drink when I am thirsty or taking a break when I need to stop or even considering how am I sitting in that chair when I sit and do the computer work that is required. Then there is the needing to go to the toilet. In nursing being able to hold onto your bladder is often championed, even if it is in a joking manner. “I have been so busy that haven’t even been to go to the toilet this shift”. What are we doing to ourselves when we put all that we need to do above our own bodies? and then when we treat ourselves in this way, how are we then with our patients. clients and customers? Whatever we do, we also deliver to others how we are being with ourselves and this is then reflected back to us. So when we offer to others a person who deeply cares for themselves, they feel deeply nurtured and cared for and are offered in that moment a new opportunity for themselves to be the same with themselves.

  • Carmel Reid November 26, 2016   Reply →

    ‘Whole body mindedness’ brings a different dimension to how we live. Our education system will teach ‘Healthy body, healthy mind’ but the focus is still on the mind. What is being presented here is that the body can feed the mind with an intelligence that the mind is not capable of on its own.

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 26, 2016   Reply →

    This is great to hear how Self-Centredness is actually something that considers the intelligence of the Universe and that we are part of a whole.. I have always considered some who was self-centred to be only concerned about themselves. I love hearing how Serge explains the truth of what things truly mean and being able to see it for what it really is. Thank you Serge.

    • Jane Keep January 8, 2018   Reply →

      It’s interesting isn’t it that we have words we use in life that have been misinterpreted and have lost their true meaning. That’s one of the things I love about Serge Benhayon is that he reconnects us back to the true meaning of words, and of life itself.

  • Jeannette Goldberg November 27, 2016   Reply →

    When we follow the lead of the wisdom of our bodies our days flow like silk with ease and grace, time expands and joy is felt in all we do. I just find it extraordinary that even after knowing this from experience I don’t do this all the time.

  • rosanna bianchini November 27, 2016   Reply →

    Body intelligence is not about having maximum function as we have been lead to believe, but to live in a way that produces harmony and love within the body to offer us an intelligent body that can easily know what way to be, eat and do to keep it well, vital and balanced.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 27, 2016   Reply →

    Most of us have given up on the possibility that the dog-eat-dog and every-man-for-himself world we have created, can in fact easily reflect the complete opposite. It is great that we have those like Serge Benhayon reminding us in practical ways that we can choose to live another way. We could have a world where everyone is deeply caring for and honouring of one another and we are ALL evolving as one. It does not need millions of pounds of research and government funding to get there, we just need to connect to the immense wisdom we hold within us and start honouring the fact that this is actually our true nature.

  • Jane Torvaney November 28, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon TV is so packed full of wisdom, each time I return to watch an episode it feels like the first time, such is the grandness of what is on offer.

  • Ariana Ray November 28, 2016   Reply →

    Letting go of the control of the mind and connecting to the power of the body – yes I can see how this gives us whole body intelligence – for the mind can be a disaster where the body is concerned; for example it will rationalise drinking alcohol to the point of damaging the body in its arrogance. How would we trust our minds to the care of our bodies after that?

  • Samantha England November 29, 2016   Reply →

    No wonder the world is in such a mess, we have been running it from our minds, when it is the body that knows real truth and the body that connects to universal intelligence. No mind will be ever greater than the inner heart.

  • Ariana Ray November 29, 2016   Reply →

    I have so run away from whole body intelligence all my life. I had invested in a way of life that did everything to squash it and prevent me from knowing this humungous intelligence within my body. No More! This is something i am now living to explore the depths of, thanks to Serge Benhayon.

  • Gill Randall November 29, 2016   Reply →

    I have never much liked TV in the past but every time I listen to this recording from Serge Benhayon, I hear something that I hadn’t heard before. I love to re-acquaint with my whole body intelligence, how everything is designed to work together to produce a form of harmony and love.

  • Natallija November 30, 2016   Reply →

    Each time I view this episode I am astounded by the level of whole body intelligence I am able to connect to in my work and home life. Serge Benhayon brings a wealth of wisdom to show us that there is simplicity in how we can achieve this connection and choosing this over complication and anxiety is a far wiser choice in my experience.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 30, 2016   Reply →

    Wow, whole body intelligence makes so much sense to me. To really be connected with the body and hold the body first and as a base before doing something is a challenge in a world full of stress, but it is worth it and gives the body so much energy that the work itself is not exhausting it on a nervous energy level.

  • Ariana Ray December 1, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence – today I had a feeling that I wanted to eat when it was not my mealtime, it was a really demanding wish to eat. I went for a short walk and the feeling stopped and I came back to myself. When I was about to cook my meal I realised that I had eaten 2 ingredients I don’t normally eat the previous night. I realised that these two could have been the trigger to my food cravings. I am conducting an experiment to discover if they do have an impact on food cravings. It was whole body intelligence that told me this was a likely cause. Our body does know.

  • Rebecca briant December 1, 2016   Reply →

    What Serge discusses on being the same love with everyone, even if we are in a dedicated one on one relationship is really revolutionary in terms of its applied ability to really impact the world for the better. We currently have a situation where we believe that dedicating ourselves completely and exclusively to one person, and one circle of people, our family and friends, is the only way of expressing love, but what Serge is presenting is that, without deviating from the respect and physical expression of monogamy and exclusivity with your partner and the obvious physical expression of living with family etc, there is a way to live that actually loves everyone equally, not just your close circle. When I consider the wider ripple effect this would have, what I see the potential of is the end of only protecting and caring for me and mine, and instead the opening up to considering everyone – its not just your children you think about being cold when they go outside, but equally any other children around you – its not enough for your family to have warmth and love and a comfortable life, if there are hundreds and thousands of others out there suffering. What I get a sense of is that this way of living and loving people makes us much more worldly and able to see past our own bubble or circle to the rest of humanity.

  • HM December 2, 2016   Reply →

    Serge and Rebecca cover an amazing point here about the quality in which we live life in. Our bodies can move, but the way we move can differ hugely and have a huge impact on our bodies. Wow what a simple revelation that is very powerful.

  • Ariana Ray December 2, 2016   Reply →

    Whole Body Intelligence is ‘an intelligence that holds all equal in the realm we live in.’ Yet the world today shows us a whole different package deal that does the polar opposite – it holds everyone as unequal. You are turning the world on it’s head – go Serge Benhayon!

  • Viktoria December 2, 2016   Reply →

    I have rewatched this episode over 10 times now. It’s not that I learn something new every time, but everything I learned the first time gets confirmed on a different level.

  • Gyl December 3, 2016   Reply →

    It’s interesting as my whole body is speaking very out and clearly to me, more so than before, or it may just be I am listening. For example when I go into the slightest rush, my body tenses up and my mouth gets dry, this is not normal for me, so it’s a sure fire sign something is not right. Another part of my body also aches, my ovaries, when I am doing, saying or thinking anything that is not loving. This may sound weird and whacky to some, but it’s sure fire tested and experimented with by me, and I know my body. I first noticed it a while ago, I was feeling amazing, super light and playful then I allowed in judgemental thoughts about someone and my ovaries started to ache. I thought no way, then asked myself was this because I was being judgemental – the answer was yes from my body. This is not a on-off thing, it’s happened times again, today for example again where I let a judgemental thought sneak in. When I dry my hands now, it stands out big time if I am being even a little bit rough with them, which I am a lot, but my body is making me to be more gentle. Now that’s true intelligence to me, you can’t get any wiser than your body.

  • mary sanford December 3, 2016   Reply →

    I had never hear of body intelligence until I attended the workshops and presentations of Serge Benhayon, and it made complete sense to me. I remember being very sick through drinking too much alcohol and now I can understand my body throwing up was its way of telling me loudly that it had to get the poison out of my body quickly and the only way to do this was to be sick to clear the stomach. How about that! It seems to have a greater intelligence than my mind as it was my mind that thought it was a good idea to over indulge it was no big deal. Actually yes it was a big deal! I was very sick indeed. Never again was my motto from then on.

  • Harrison White December 3, 2016   Reply →

    An amazing presentation about the intelligence of the body. I love how what Serge Benhayon presents touches on so many subjects and topics – which seems unmatched by other presenters.

  • Shami December 4, 2016   Reply →

    The psychology of the mind as the body deals with energy. This breaks down so many barriers we have to our own true healing processes, and enables every single person on earth to have access to what does truly heal – i.e. our whole body intelligence.

  • Kylie December 4, 2016   Reply →

    We are missing out on so much when we limit ourselves to the mind alone… There’s no end to our true intelligence – when we are willing to go there and live from our entire body.

  • Natallija December 4, 2016   Reply →

    This episode is incredible in its detail. The respect that is shown between the interviewer and presenter is showing the viewer that there is another way that we can provide journalistic viewing where there is not a constant debate. The level of interchangeable understanding was wonderful to watch.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 5, 2016   Reply →

    Wow so much in this episode and love the sharing about how it has already started to happen in the body before it goes to any form of mental illness as an example Serge was sharing. To me it makes complete sense if we shutdown and disconnect with our bodies leaving them hard and out of sync then if this is played out for an extended period that has to be a further development in this dis-connection. Hence why the illness next phase is with the mind. Whole body intelligence is exactly what we are all needing then, is it not?

  • Victoria Warburton December 5, 2016   Reply →

    What Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith share here is so deeply needed. We have indeed become so focussed upon what we ‘do’, rather than who – and how – we are. As such, so much of what we ‘do’ negates our interconnectedness with all. We have forgotten that every thought, action and expression has a ripple effect upon the whole.
    Embracing the whole of our body and being – and the fact that this then ensures our connection to all, and that we ‘do’ can be in harmonious relationship with all…? This is a living philosophy that impacts upon every area of human life and expression. I have never heard anyone speak of this in such real and practical terms as Serge Benhayon.

    More please, of these fascinating and insightful episodes of SergeBenhayon.TV

  • Kylie December 6, 2016   Reply →

    I love that I get more out of each episode every time I watch it… whole body intelligence is multi-layered – there’s always more.

  • Stephanie Stevenson December 6, 2016   Reply →

    What a depth of awareness is shared here in the communication between Serge and Rebecca about the intelligence within the body that is available when there is a union of mind and body – we are so much more than we ‘think’ we are.

  • Samantha England December 7, 2016   Reply →

    What Serge Benhayon talks about here is the science of our future. We are not a well race of beings, and unless we stop and start to listen to the body then we will continue as a species to get sicker and sicker. These are priceless words by Serge Benhayon.

  • Natallija December 8, 2016   Reply →

    I have watched this episode a number of times and am still marveled by the level of integrity in Serge Benhayon and what he offers the world in the simpliest form.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 8, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence makes so much sense. To move the body in a way that it is capable to be connected to a greater knowing inside gives us a way of not being dependent from the knowledge from the outside as human beings.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 10, 2016   Reply →

    “How can we move and walk so that we can deliver an intelligence that holds all equal in the realm we live in?” This question itself opens up and expands how we relate to life in a way that we are rarely used to. Everything Serge Benhayon presents invites us to deepen our understanding, connection and awareness of the grandness of who we truly are.

  • Natallija December 10, 2016   Reply →

    How often do we play less when we choose to use our head over the whole body knowing the truth is all there? Thank you Serge Benhayon for bringing quality viewing to the world that gets us back to basics.

  • Carmel Reid December 11, 2016   Reply →

    I find it so amazing that, not only does the body know about itself, it knows about others as well.

  • Jane Keep December 11, 2016   Reply →

    Brilliant to have these episodes available to us all – they make so much sense. Serge Benhayon presents like no one else I know – and I have the opportunity everytime I watch these episodes to be wiser, more aware, and more understanding of the world we live in. Im looking forward to more of these episodes.

  • Julie Chung December 11, 2016   Reply →

    The level of integrity and deep loving care towards others, is very evident in Serge’s presentation. He can see what is out there and yet hold us all with so much love and appreciation, as he sees first off, who we truly are and never does he hold us less. This supports us to start to come back to honouring our bodies more in a way that is simple and natural.

  • Stephen Gammack December 11, 2016   Reply →

    The more self centred we are the more we actually see the whole world around us. This is counter to what we are taught about selfishness and perhaps one of the ways we feel discouraged from looking after ourselves. But it is definitely true, when we make choices that leave us feeling vibrant and aware we see the world around us much more clearly, and are far better placed to help others should they need it.

  • Samantha England December 11, 2016   Reply →

    I could watch again and again these interviews, such wisdom expressed is a joy to see. You can quite clearly see Serge Benhayon is someone who is not trying to impress or be something he is not he simply brings his all and that is quite something!

  • mary sanford December 11, 2016   Reply →

    I have found that to engage the whole body is actually more difficult than I realised for me. I have been experimenting how I open doors and then go though them. I have found that much of the time I go through a door thinking about what I’m going to do next or going through a door not realising I have gone through one until I get to the other side. It has been a sobering exercise for me as it has clearly shown me I am not with me at all.

  • Shami December 12, 2016   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon describes the psychology of our thinking minds as having its roots in the movements of our bodies, and how it can be very difficult for the practitioner who works in psychology to treat this condition if they have not addressed the movements of their own body first. This is a hugely important lesson, and one that is fundamental to many of the teachings that Serge gives – this is how we get to learn about energetic integrity, by addressing ourselves first and establishing from there what we are going to live and in turn give to the people in our lives.

  • Ariana Ray December 12, 2016   Reply →

    Being with the whole body – and ‘how’ with our whole body? I know my ‘how’ can be functional, from the head, on auto-pilot. Most of us live on auto pilot, I know that I have done so. I can have patches in my life when I am feeling my body – but the whole time – no. For me I would say – what Serge is presenting here shows me there is work to be done.

  • Ariana Ray December 18, 2016   Reply →

    The more I listen to this the more I’m getting that whole body intelligence is about loving ourselves on a huge scale, for the more we love ourselves the more room there is for love in the body. The more we bash ourselves with the pool of self-negating thoughts and actions, the less room there is for love, for we are chock full of toxic self-negation and so less room for everything the Universe has to offer.

  • Jenny McGee December 19, 2016   Reply →

    Phew what a relief to understand that there is something much grander than the just relying on our minds for all our intelligence. In the past science has focused on how we under utilise our minds when in fact we don’t actually utilise the whole body/mind/soul intelligence that we are naturally connected to.

    • Stephen Gammack April 24, 2017   Reply →

      Yes Jenny, the focus with science has for so long been on utilising the mind more, accessing more of the brain, yet hopefully we are going to start to see a greater understanding of the part the body plays, how it really is where all our intelligence lies. Of course Serge Benhayon has presented this for a long time now, but I guess we are a bit slow on the uptake in regards to accepting this to be true.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 21, 2016   Reply →

    I really appreciate Serge Benhayon introducing the concept of ‘Whole Body Awareness’ for me. I am at the early baby steps of learning how to live with such awareness as my thoughts tend to override and dominate a lot of the time. But wow when I do manage to stay present with my breath and my body, life expands to a whole new level. The limited version of life mankind has settled for is nowhere even close to the grandness that is our true essence.

  • Rik Connors December 22, 2016   Reply →

    I find it remarkable that we are all the same but I have voice in my head stating otherwise. So, as presented here what am I recalling when my whole body intelligence feels the truth of what Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith are presenting and there is a reaction to what is being said?

  • Ariana Ray December 22, 2016   Reply →

    ‘Whole-body Intelligence’ can it tell us how to move and walk – it can support us with how we live to evolve. For me it’s love in the body. That love is louder than any smart thing we can think of saying, no matter how flash that is. What the body feels has a far greater depth of being-ness that anything the mind can come up with.

    • Natallija April 15, 2017   Reply →

      Yes Ariana Ray and often it is so powerful that we revert to using just the mind as we can’t imagine it all being so simple and effortless. This is the powerful learning that is on offer with this episode and it questions the academic model of thinking and reasoning before feeling.

  • Ariana Ray December 24, 2016   Reply →

    I met this man twelve years ago, he gave me the tools to totally turn my life around, he challenged me to be love, to be all I am, to connect with my Soul and to learn what honesty is. That man’s name is Serge Benhayon and here he is still giving us the tools to evolve. He is one extraordinary guy that I am privileged to know.

  • Shami December 24, 2016   Reply →

    A hugely important point that Serge Benhayon makes – is that he does not criticise intelligence or intelligent people – he is simply stating the fact that there is more, a greater intelligence that we can access through our bodies and the way we live.

  • mary sanford December 25, 2016   Reply →

    Isn’t it interesting that Serge Benhayon says that regardless of our beliefs or what we walk in with when we book a session with him, we are all the same. And yet we champion how different we are to one another through culture, nationality, education etc. All our bodies seem to speak the same language as it were and for some, the body speaks of deep neglect and disregard. I am waking up to the fact that our bodies are the marker of truth so is it possible that with illness and disease increasing year on year that our bodies are trying to tell us that our current way of living is damaging to our health? And if so how much sicker do we have to get as a society before we sit up and take notice?

  • Rik Connors December 25, 2016   Reply →

    How beautiful is the body to alert you to take notice and respond with decency and respect for your-self. It makes sense if we are not responding to our own body with love and tenderness, the actions of tension are then expressed to others. This is psychology.

  • Gill Randall December 25, 2016   Reply →

    This understanding of the intelligence from our whole body is mind blowing and a completely different learning about how our sensitivity to our own physicality and our wholeness affects everyone around us. Becoming whole bodied sharing life with all of the world and the universe is a whole unselfish way to live as human beings.

  • Ariana Ray December 26, 2016   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence – this means we need to feel our body in order to have such intelligence and most of us run away from feeling anything but emotional roller coasters. We seek to numb ourselves so much, but honestly, it all comes back to bite us on the rear end – we need to feel. By feeling our bodies and connecting to the love we are – as Serge Benhayon says – this is whole body intelligence.

    • Gabriele Conrad January 7, 2017   Reply →

      And it makes us part of something much bigger, a fact that I didn’t even consciously hear the first couple of times I listened to this segment.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 29, 2016   Reply →

    I remember when I first heard Serge Benhayon present that we are not designed to only have Love for certain people. That Love is for all and that when we are in a relationship, yes we are with them monogamously, but the Love that we share is the same Love that we can have for everyone. Serge has been an incredible example of this and seeing over 12 years a consistent dedication in being this Love with everyone is super inspiring and it makes complete sense.

  • Fiona Cochran December 30, 2016   Reply →

    I found the lies, sensationalism and lack of truth that was allowed to be aired on television so disturbing that I chose to stop watching it 8 or 9 years ago. I haven’t missed it one bit since. Watching Serge Benhayon TV is a totally different experience as what is presented is the truth whether we are ready to hear it or not.

  • Stephanie Stevenson January 1, 2017   Reply →

    What a great resource Sergebenhaon.tv offers. I love re-visiting these video interviews as there is always something more to hear and learn from them.

  • mary sanford January 4, 2017   Reply →

    I saw a psychologist every week for years, sometimes when I was having a very difficult time trying to cope it was two to three times a week. Listening to what Serge Benhayon says about psychologists not being connected to their bodies so are not going to look for body issues in a mental health condition is in no way disrespectful to the psychologist but is an insight on just how much we rely and train our minds rather than feeling what is going on with our bodies. I have slowly developed a relationship with my body and am re learning to trust it and it tells me so much it is truly fascinating.

  • Ariana Ray January 5, 2017   Reply →

    Look at the sparkle in Serge Benhayon’s eyes, he talks about whole body intelligence with such understanding, because he has whole body intelligence and lives it. It’s not a concept he just talks about; like everything he presents, its based on how he lives. That is the power of Serge Benhayon – he has a living way.

  • Gill Randall January 5, 2017   Reply →

    I love to listen again to Serge Benhayon saying we are truly all the same. We are not simply a physical body but the body is a combination of the components which can all work together and we have this intelligence within us. The fact that this changes the end result of the production of what we are producing is proof that we have this with the whole body connection.

  • Stephen Gammack January 6, 2017   Reply →

    Its a revelation to consider that a group of people could go to carry out a task and by the simple act of being aware of their movements in the action, they all become more intelligent. As Rebecca said in this interview, that is beautifully simple and it is also readily accessible to each and every one of us. It is definitely a reset of what intelligence has been held to mean, but don’t we for sure need that reset.

  • Susan Green January 6, 2017   Reply →

    Amazing to hear this interview again, I will never get bored of listening to this. A very clear and straight forward explanation of the power of whole body intelligence over the knowledge of the mind.

  • Gabriele Conrad January 6, 2017   Reply →

    This is revolutionary and will over time change the fields of psychiatry and psychology – when Serge Benhayon says that mental health issues start in the body long before they manifest in a way that is diagnosable by the means we have at present at our disposal, it makes total sense. The body says it all, long before the actual diagnosis.

  • Sandra Schneider January 6, 2017   Reply →

    I love, love, love what is expressed here about that we can’t love one more than the other. As if we do have ‘less-love’ for someone, we have this in our bodies and so it is present and expressed all of the time. The more I can embrace the love I have for all – the more I can live this love in all my relationships, as every single one of us is part of the all. Only we like to get loved by someone more than others, because we would be confirmed in our individuality. But the love for all makes sure that we are ONE and not separated in fact. It brings in the big LOVE, true love that reflects the union of us instead of emotional love that created separation between us.

  • Leigh Strack January 7, 2017   Reply →

    In episode one Serge talks about holding ourselves. This I feel is significant in going about living our days. As this is not something I learned as a child or in any other aspect of my life. In fact we have been conditioned to believe that we need to be held by another. Yet as I explore holding myself it presents much for me to consider. First of all, how do I hold myself? With knowing I am responsible for what I bring, be that with steadiness, acceptance and integrity, or in disregard of the responsibility I hold? As I explore more this way of living, living with responsibility is nourishing for my body, as it is how we are ment to live and the body releases tension and simply stands in its fullness. When ever I step away from this an unease and tension creeps into my body, as it doesn’t naturally do irresponsibility.

  • Samantha Davidson January 7, 2017   Reply →

    When I studied remedial massage, it was taught as only parts of the body that you fix, generally with little consideration for the the other limbs, organs attached. Now in my work I see that many if not most people come in with other issues related to whole body health, not just because they have a sore elbow. We are a whole unit of life / energy / matter, our body responds to stimulation / energy / feelings / experiences in this way, not in isolated parts. Whole Body Intelligence is intelligent wisdom to be sharing. Thank you.

  • Jeanette Macdonald January 8, 2017   Reply →

    I loved Serge Benhayon talking about his tennis days and using the body, or isolated parts of it, and maximizing their function for that purpose only whereas now he sees his body as a company, where all parts work together building harmony and love. I understand this now having experienced it myself in my own body.

  • Ingrid Ward January 8, 2017   Reply →

    This is what is missing from the world today – truly intelligent television. I just love spending time watching and listening to these inspiring interviews and they do not leave me drained and out of sorts like so many programmes in the past have, but alive, a little wiser and looking forward to the next one.

  • Julie Chung January 9, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence just makes sense, as how can we isolate a body part and not consider the rest of the body. These interviews are exactly what is needed to bring a truer insight into our part in our own bodies function and health. Love it.

  • Jeanette January 9, 2017   Reply →

    I am constantly being amazed by how much my body reveals to me should I make the space to listen to it. I spent most of my life off in my head, my body didn’t get a look in and I often had injuries that I ignored and some awful pre disease symptoms which have now reversed due to bringing love and commitment and dedication to my body listening skills. I really appreciate the opportunity to watch Serge Benhayon on TV bringing me and all of those who choose to watch a deeper understanding of whole body intelligence and how it works. It is so simple, common sense really, almost a duh! moment when you get it. It is magic too as the body responds to the love and care one gives oneself enormously and one’s relationship with oneself begins to truly evolve.

  • Ariana Ray January 9, 2017   Reply →

    So if we are not with our body where are we? If true intelligence is being with our body, why are we checking out from it so much? It’s like we want to play dumb to avoid who we are, all our stories – all the labels we put on being less. True intelligence – needs a body that can withstand love – how hard can that be?

  • Ariana Ray January 11, 2017   Reply →

    The whole body intelligence is accessed by a way of living – that is clear. That way of living requires a level of love and responsibility – that is power. Why do we run from power? We get something out of being power- less.
    This is power full TV.

  • Jennifer Smith January 11, 2017   Reply →

    How exquisitely beautiful is it to here that the love that someone has for everyone then naturally extends to a partner and the love that is shared with a partner then becomes an extension of the love that one has with all. There is so much more to love that we have allowed ourselves to feel and to be if that is in fact a possibility. It doesn’t then make sense to say put all of our attention on making sure we are ‘loved’ by another. Which I have done numerous times during this life. It was all about seeking love, finding Mr Right, only to be left feeling that there is more. All this results in is feeling and being isolated and we have a world full of people that are isolated and yet surrounded by people. This does not make sense.

  • Stephen Gammack January 12, 2017   Reply →

    What we access affects what we think, so the last part of this interview about suicide got me really considering how it comes to pass that people make that choice, its comes from a helplessness, but that arises from the choices we make, and perhaps that is where we need to consider the source of our thoughts, what it is we value in society and what it is that truly supports wellbeing. For it is not found in being mega smart or having a high status, as we see how many struggle in such capacities and can allow us to consider that there is another type of intelligence based on love and care for ourselves and one another, a much deeper and richer form of intelligence.

  • Shami January 13, 2017   Reply →

    I love the example that Rebecca Asquith gives about coming home with anger or anxiety, and how this will affect the whole family, even though it may be a great house with a great car and a beautiful family, all confirming successfulness. and yet, when there is anger and tension and anxiety what is all of that success really for? What is the point of working so hard, which so many of us do each and every day, if we then come home and are not our wholly loving and beautiful selves? Success cannot simply be for the material worlds we create, there has to be more otherwise life can feel like treadmill that goes nowhere, it can in affect lose its sense of purpose. How beautiful and wonderful would it be to work hard, and remain in a constant loving response with life?

  • Ariana Ray January 14, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon TV is making a mark in the TV industry, he is setting higher standards for the whole industry, not just for his own show – which by the way is off the charts where standards are concerned. ,

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 14, 2017   Reply →

    Whole Body Intelligence, our link to the greatest wisdom we have access to, happens to be something most of humanity is not even aware exists. What this episode presents is huge.

  • Leigh Matson January 14, 2017   Reply →

    I’ve watched this a couple of times now and every time a different part stands out. If ever I need to understand something tracing it back to the body and how I am with my body makes life make so much sense. We go around in circles if we blame or focus on other people or objects or situations being the reason for what we are experiencing but ultimately it comes down to us and our body and the quality we are living inside.

  • Fiona Pierce January 15, 2017   Reply →

    Wow, there is so much covered in this interview, amazing viewing, thank you.
    Whole Body Intelligence truly is the way forward and we could say back to harmony within us as individuals and in all our relationships.

  • Ariana Ray January 15, 2017   Reply →

    We have all been raised to think that the body is the workhorse we have to carry us – and what arrogance of the mind is that! No workhorse but divine intelligence right through every cell.

  • Fiona Pierce January 16, 2017   Reply →

    Consider just how our society could be if we had whole body intelligence as the foundation in every aspect of life – of our education, our science and the way we relate with one another. Our bodies and being are calling out for it!

  • alexis stewart January 16, 2017   Reply →

    Not using the Whole Body Intelligence that is within us all has resulted in the world that we now live in, a world that quite literally is full of things that simply do not make any sense. And how could they make sense when they have been produced by a very limited form of intelligence?

    • Victoria March 10, 2017   Reply →

      Yes true, we can often see and feel what has gone astray in our world, yet do we consider that how we live and the quality of our choices every day are contributing to the whole we are a part of ?

  • Kerstin Salzer January 17, 2017   Reply →

    To understand that we are meant to love everybody eqally is exposing how reduced or unloving we often are in directing our love to one or a few number of people. I understood in having an issue with just one person in my life, I am not able to love others to the extend of love which is possible for me .

  • Ariana Ray January 17, 2017   Reply →

    How gorgeous to have the body so loud that I cannot ignore what it is saying to me.

  • Ariana Ray January 19, 2017   Reply →

    It is totally remarkable that our whole body will tell us the truth of what we are feeling. When we commit to an action, we can feel it with all we are if that decision is true, for when it is untrue the discomfort we sit in yells at us loudly. The power of our bodies is not to be underestimated.

  • Kerstin Salzer January 19, 2017   Reply →

    Body intelligence is already in us, we do not have to search for it, just align to it, how cool is that?

  • Ariana Ray January 19, 2017   Reply →

    The magic is that no matter how lost we feel, we are supported at every step and turn to come back to truth by listening to the body.

  • mary sanford January 24, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body experience is right in front of us when you watch Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith, their bodies are saying so much more than word could ever do. It is quite beautiful to feel how their bodies were so spacious and full of life. So often on television you see people being interviewed and they seem dull and lifeless by comparison. The chemistry of pure love is electrifying.

  • adam warburton January 25, 2017   Reply →

    Isolate part of the whole with anything and you will always diminish the capacity of that which have have made less. The human mind and the body is no different, and if you seek to reduce your experience of life to a mental one, then so shall you reduce your ability to have a true relationship with all of life. Our body communicates to us in ways we do not allow ourselves to be aware of. And that is why the esoteric way talks about building a body that is again tender in movement, delicate, gentle. Because this assists to create a body that is again more receptive, more attuned to what is going on within it and around it. It is, what in truth allows us to feel the essence of life.

  • Samantha England January 25, 2017   Reply →

    Television is often used as a distraction, a check out, a relief and big fat switch off. Serge Benhayon TV is a huge light switch back on asking us to wake up to whats really going on and to remember the love we all are.

  • Ariana Ray January 27, 2017   Reply →

    We never want to feel our body and listen to what it’s telling us when we over eat or over indulge in something like TV, alcohol or gaming. Then we use these things to drown out the loudness of our whole body intelligence, but it is persistent and can get very loud – loud enough to stop us dead in our tracks.

  • Samantha Davidson January 27, 2017   Reply →

    “Whole Body Intelligence” this is so my thing….so to speak…I love what I am learning through body connection, it is beautiful to feel where responsibility develops and supports us and expressing from our whole body, not just our head. This is the future for all of humanity….no doubt.

  • Ariana Ray January 28, 2017   Reply →

    The magic of whole body intelligence is the growing awareness of what the body can tell us and what we can learn as a result. We have a body that is honest. Choosing the true energy that comes through our body is what gives honesty.

  • Shami January 28, 2017   Reply →

    If “love is the truest and highest form of intelligence” then what is going on with our education systems. How did they come to be as they are, where we leave the schooling system not knowing who we innately are and have a form of intelligence running us that is capable of abuse towards ourselves and others?

  • Kerstin Salzer January 28, 2017   Reply →

    We do not like to know that our body has an intelligence which is far greater than our “head intelligence” . Whole body intelligence ” is the most supportive way to appreciate the intelligence and language of the body, telling us the way to go, if we choose to accept this. I love to watch the TV presentation with Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith as it is a constant reminder of the amazing intelligence my body carries.

  • Ariana Ray January 31, 2017   Reply →

    What does the body know more than the mind? Everything. Our mind devises all manner of ways to ignore the body, even to the point of denying that the body speaks to us all the time. The more arrogance we build in our mind, the more we ignore the wisdom of the body, to our peril.

  • Natalie Hawthorne February 3, 2017   Reply →

    So simple what Serge is presenting but one that is over looked so easily. An equal Love for all will offer relationships that hold each other with so much respect and love that how you are with one person will effect the quality that you will have with another. What if this was taught at primary school and in the homes, my sense is we wouldn’t be in the world that we are today if we did. The key foundations are being overlooked and children today are completely lost in a world of abuse and disconnection.

  • Carmel Reid February 3, 2017   Reply →

    If the whole body is designed to work in harmony with itself, it is good to be aware when we put strain on any one particular part. Serge stresses in this episode that we do this when we are focused on what we are doing rather than feeling what’s going on in the body. For example, I recently attended a conference in London which I found very interesting and I loved meeting the attendees there. It was only when I returned home I realised how shattered I was, so at some point during the two days I was away, I did not listen to my body, and did not take care of it as well as I could have.

  • Ariana Ray February 3, 2017   Reply →

    The simplicity with which Serge Benhayon presents whole body intelligence knocks our arrogance out. The body is so much smarter than the mind- watch that arrogance curl up it’s toes at that.

  • Jennifer Smith February 4, 2017   Reply →

    This discussion is very exposing of how we currently view intelligence to be. Smart, high marks, quick witted, good at lots of things, but ignorant of our body, over riding the tenderness in our body because of a belief or ideal. How is it that very intelligent people can smoke or take drugs or be in abusive relationships or even self harm. How can we call ourselves truly intelligent really when we continue to make such choices. It not about criticising ourselves, but just asking ourselves different questions. Ones that ask us to explore that what we are living is not it, and has never been it. Ones that ask is there more to us than this? This is the beauty of Serge Benhayon. He has not only asked these questions but has answers to them.

  • Gill Randall February 4, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon explains how we are completely connected physically and mentally as no-one else describes, how we move affects us mentally. It is a whole body mindedness explained so ‘knowledge is part of our living body to become better with each other.’

  • Ariana Ray February 4, 2017   Reply →

    Today I am seeing this topic whole whole new eyes. Today I have realised some more of what Serge Benhayon is presenting here, that our body can guide us to live in a way that is not only true, but also move mountains in life and death. And it’s all down to the energy we choose each moment.

  • Vicky Geary February 6, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence reveals a magic and divine order that is only explainable by knowing the fact that everything is energy, which Serge Benhayon has been presenting on since 1999.

  • Ariana Ray February 6, 2017   Reply →

    We think everything happens in isolation to us. It doesn’t. I am realising that what I allow for my body, impacts on many others. If I ‘lose it’ and buy something not good for me to eat, others be impacted. They will find it much easier to eat something that does not support them. It’s a chain reaction and we cannot but effect each other. Such wisdom comes from whole body intelligence, the mind will never admit that it’s behaviours will impact on others. It seems then that the mind has somewhat limited intelligence.

  • Ariana Ray February 7, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence is how to live love in your life
    Whole body intelligence is how to stay present with your body and not check out of life
    Whole body intelligence is how to have fun and not be so serious about the inconsequential and how to BE serious about what needs seriousness, and ……….. knowing the difference.

  • HM February 7, 2017   Reply →

    Serge presents with such observation of society and it is a joy to listen to as hearing this confirms all the things I can feel, see and sense when I am walking down the street. That many of us do not use our bodies in the way we can – we function but we don’t truly live from a point of connection and love first. So what a gift to hear this interview and have recorded a way for us to look at how we are living and ask ourselves where are we at with our bodies.

  • Ariana Ray February 8, 2017   Reply →

    It is a wonder that we are so ‘smart’ we ignore our bodies and think we don’t need to pay attention to the body, when the wisdom of the universe is there in the body for us to access. So who thinks they are so smart???

  • Kerstin Salzer February 9, 2017   Reply →

    It is amazing to hear and start to understand that the body is made of particles which are in constant communication with the all and all people on this globe.
    Even if it seems difficult to grasp because we are so used to live in a three dimensional world and everything is turning around us it is very widening and freeing to understand what a communication is going on between our bodies all the time and what a change this understanding can bring to one’s own life.

  • Shami February 9, 2017   Reply →

    It is absolutely phenomenal to listen to Serge Benhayon talk about the intelligence of the human body, and especially how this intelligence would not do harm to anyone, and so all acts and outcomes that are produced come with this main intention behind them to do no harm.

  • Ariana Ray February 11, 2017   Reply →

    The magic of the body – it tells us when we are harming our body with what we eat, how we move and how much drive we are in. All we have to do is listen. It makes such huge sense.

  • Christoph Schnelle February 13, 2017   Reply →

    I have found it quite an amazing experience how smart my body is when I listen to it and what detailed and useful feedback I can get from my body.

  • Stephen Gammack February 13, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence, basically my understanding it that this means making all our choices consider the whole offer own body but moreover how others are affected too, so not making choices that hurt ourselves or other people. If we lived by that inner sense we would not want to drink alcohol or take drugs, we also wouldn’t want to do anything that belittles another person, our use of language would be more caring and considerate of everyone. The far reaching all encompassing nature of what whole body intelligence means is such a huge responsibility and one that we aren’t seemingly yet ready for in our societies, but it makes sense that if people who are ready to live this way, then they provide an example and a sharing for others to do likewise.

  • Shami February 14, 2017   Reply →

    Amazing to hear Serge Benhayon talk about love, like no one else on earth, he shares what love is and can be between all people. Serge Benhayon shares how a loving whole body intelligence can be lived and expressed.

  • Gill Randall February 15, 2017   Reply →

    This is my favourite episode so far, whenever I listen to it, there is something that there that I hadn’t heard before. Today I felt more deeply how the whole body is responsive to everyone, as we understand our bodies more to be part of the whole bigger picture.

  • Ariana Ray February 16, 2017   Reply →

    The intelligence of our whole body can be the wisdom of the universe if we choose to express that source. To consider that gives me goose bumps, for how often do we choose what is on offer here? Considering the power we are talking about here, there is no wonder we have the humble goose bump. Bring on the goose bumps and the connection to who we are with our body.

  • Rebecca Briant February 17, 2017   Reply →

    I keep coming back to this first episode – so much to hear and everytime I pick up something new

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 17, 2017   Reply →

    Isn’t it ironic that we want information at our finger tips and the first thing most of us do is search whatever it is on the net and get frustrated if we have poor access. Yet we have the greatest source of awareness and wisdom within us and not only do we ignore it, but we numb ourself with our choices and actions.

  • Kerstin Salzer February 17, 2017   Reply →

    Even though I am familiar with body intelligence I realize how ingrained the pattern is to not listen to the body but react on the outer impositions. It is revelutionary that to become self centered concerning the body is a way to act less and less egocentric, but to share space and movements with everybody else.

  • Julie Chung February 19, 2017   Reply →

    It really does make sense that our bodies are wiser than our minds because the mind can’t feel and the body is the one experiencing everything that it does. And because everything is energy, our thoughts and actions are energy, so those thoughts that we have are not only stored in our minds, but in our bodies also. So your more likely to get a truer version of events and why from the body than the mind.

  • Ariana Ray February 20, 2017   Reply →

    Recognising that our bodies have an intelligence is often a big step to take as we are so invested in our minds being smart and the depth and breath of that investment is rarely deeply considered by any of us.
    What Serge Benhayon is presenting here is revolutionary by all world standards.

  • Shami February 22, 2017   Reply →

    Utterly stupendous to hear how an emotional reaction can affect the way we move our bodies, a reaction that which becomes more and more compounded in our bodies as we move, which in turn leads to psychological issues. So simple and not only that – but very empowering too, because with this we are able to address our lives by the quality of our movements.

  • Ariana Ray February 22, 2017   Reply →

    The health system we have today see’s the body in parts, not as a whole. Our parts are segregated and spread across the hospital we go to for help, eyes here, bones there, breasts here and lungs there, and so it goes. To consider the whole body is a whole other thing. And to consider that the whole body has intelligence that is smarter than the mind – that is a humbling consideration that could throw the common and garden hospital into complete discombobulation.

  • Gill Randall February 22, 2017   Reply →

    I am learning to hold everyone in the same quality of love as my loved ones as Serge Benhayon discusses in this episode. I notice how quickly a thought or action comes in that is not loving and how every movement is decided by the energy we choose. It exposes how far away we are from the loving whole body experience, but the body can help us return as our awareness increases.

  • Nico van Haastrecht February 23, 2017   Reply →

    The quality we deliver in everything that we do from the body is so different to what we deliver from the mind. The body delivers form a harmony that it is connected to the whole we are from and belong to and therefore will always be in correspondence with that and in that will serve us all. While when we come from our minds, and in this in disregard to our bodies, we are serving in fact only ourselves and that is the difference in quality I am taking about.

    • Victoria March 10, 2017   Reply →

      When we allow the mind to run without the connection or respect of the body this always leads to a disharmony. Yet when the mind is in obedience to the body it will be in unison and express as one.

  • Ariana Ray February 27, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence comes not from the arrogant loveless mind, but the source of energy we choose to live in and with each day. Choose love and we ignite the body with true intelligence. We only have two choices – lovelessness or the true fire of love.
    How well we choose depends on how deep we have dug ourselves into the lovelessness. Most of us dig deep and invest in all our digging and need to extract ourselves from the mud we have made, but the benefits of doing so are immeasurable, for to regain yourself in love is joy beyond measure.

  • Kerstin Salzer February 28, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to the first episode a feeling came up which revealed to me how I always sensed that sexuality is a separation for me. If I have sex with a person I always felt like I am separated to the rest of the world. This feeling gives me a marker how there is still potential to drop layers of protection and deepen intimacy with myself and everybody else, including my chosen partner.

  • Kerstin Salzer March 2, 2017   Reply →

    Listening again to whole body intelligence I realize how crucial it is for my own health to hold everybody in the same love as I do it with my partner or child and vice versa not to confuse love with sympathy and having sorrows, but to understand deeply that we all have the same love within us and are equally powerful to live it. It is just a matter of choice.

  • Ariana Ray March 2, 2017   Reply →

    ‘ How to move and walk so that we can deliver an intelligence that holds all equal.’ Who would not want that? For we all need to walk in a way that evolves us instead of repeating history over and over again.

    • Matilda Bathurst September 4, 2017   Reply →

      Because we really cannot call ourselves intelligent when we ongoingly repeat the devastating choices that have played out in history that keep us in combat, competition and separation from one another… the very opposite of our natural state of unity.

  • Ariana Ray March 5, 2017   Reply →

    The importance of these TV shows cannot be underestimated. The powerful imprint being lain here is set for all time in the world of TV. Thank you Serge Benhayon for having the foresight to make a different kind of TV show that leaves the viewer to be themselves instead of hooked in to some emotional stew. Celebrations.

  • Kerstin Salzer March 7, 2017   Reply →

    It is interesting about just loving one person. As A child this did not make sense to me at all and felt weird. But in my adult years I was caught in the same trap, however always feeling this is not true and always wondering how much love I felt for strangers. Now to bring this truth more into an equalness, an understanding and embodiing that everybody is my sister or brother, that we all are anyway connected by something much more huge and grand than our blood.

  • Natalie Hawthorne March 8, 2017   Reply →

    Understanding and allowing of people is key but what Serge Benhayon is presenting here takes it to a whole other level of understanding. That the love within us is all equal and that this love doesn’t actually go any where. To be able to remain connected to this love even when people are not presenting this to you and not react allows the other to be reminded that what they are choosing is not really their innate being.

  • Ariana Ray March 9, 2017   Reply →

    Whole Body Intelligence- The body speaks so beautifully to us, it lets us know on so many levels what is love and what is not. It is for us to then keep on listening and keep on magnifying that love to all we meet.

  • rosanna bianchini March 10, 2017   Reply →

    I understand now that ‘whole body intelligence’ is not just about our own body and the way it can move and work to deliver harmony, but also that in that harmony there is an intelligence that is knowing of all others too. So ‘whole body’ expands beyond the body itself.

  • Victoria March 10, 2017   Reply →

    It is remarkable how knowing how our bodies are and how they register everything that we choose and feedback to us is the quality of those choices.

  • Sue March 12, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon TV shows are showing us the way of how we can be in life. Accessible to everyone they are pure gold to watch – and re-watch. Truth and livingness in action with integrity.

  • Alison Moir March 12, 2017   Reply →

    There are so many gems in this interview it is hard to pick one but it all makes absolute sense and why we have so many problems in the world today.

  • Ariana Ray March 13, 2017   Reply →

    So we have all we need inside us – we are all we can be when we connect with the whole body intelligence and all we can be is a constant changing expression of connection. Thank you Serge Benhayon TV – beautiful truth on TV.

  • Ariana Ray March 15, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence takes a whole new meaning with the presentation by Serge Benhayon. His livingness is where he presents from, living each and every word he presents. Serge Benhayon TV gives us an opportunity to see life from a whole different perspective, one of empowerment and simplicity. Thank God for Serge Benhayon and the way of the livingness.

  • Vicky Geary March 16, 2017   Reply →

    The endless intelligence that our body provides makes for an incredible experience every single day.

  • Ariana Ray March 17, 2017   Reply →

    The body knows it all and we ‘think’ we are smarter than that – how is that? To ignore the wisdom of the universe that is flowing through us is not at all smart.

  • Gill Randall March 17, 2017   Reply →

    I completely get what Serge Benhayon says that the way we hold a tension in a relationship with another person, this affects how we are with every other relationship as well. We need to bring the awareness of this tension to honour the feeling in the body. I remember when one of my children came home after a difficult day at school, we would all feel it in our home until they discussed what had happened in their day. If we don’t express that, we walk and compound that feeling or emotion in the body, hold it there, push it down and it affects us energetically to become a mental health condition. The whole body intelligence of bringing our awareness to our physicality is the way forwards for a healthy life.

  • Sarah Karam March 17, 2017   Reply →

    It always amazes me how much I can know on one subject that I have never studied officially at any institution. Its like when I connect to my quality, I am able to be an authority on so much more than I could have imagined. It makes sense that we are more intelligent when we are connect to every part of us, not just the brain. It also makes sense that the body is calling us to return to a type of intelligence that has nothing to do with recall or computers or essays but to do with a harmony and interconnectedness of all things in the universe.

  • Gill Randall March 18, 2017   Reply →

    There is so much information for us in this episode with the wisdom from Serge Benhayon., to show us there is a different way to live. Connecting to our bodies is the key and living the whole body intelligence. This is expressed as a bodily awareness of love by vibration of our every particle, the truest and highest form of intelligence.

  • Natalie Hawthorne March 20, 2017   Reply →

    To have doctors committing suicide every day as Serge presents and we all know they are intelligent human beings then what is really going on here? If we don’t have a life that is balanced and in connection with our bodies and rhythm then even the most intelligent of us all will expose how far we are lost from this true connection.

  • Ariana Ray March 21, 2017   Reply →

    How much force do we give resisting the fact that our body is smarter than our mind? If we look at the statistics of ill health – cancer being 1 in 3 for men and 1 in 4 for women,given that cancer is a recognised lifestyle disease, does this tell us how we are living is so intelligent? Yet the body is telling us everyday the truth of how to live and we over-ride it. Whole body intelligence is much needed today. Thank you Serge Benhayon for bringing this to TV.

  • Fiona Pierce March 21, 2017   Reply →

    It makes such sense to me that we first have a reaction in our body and then it affects how we think – that how we are in our body affects our mind and mental health. For me this provides the missing link and true foundation for psychology – to address the energy that’s been chosen in the body that has then resulted in the way we think or kind of thoughts we have.

  • Kerstin Salzer March 22, 2017   Reply →

    As we are categorising and measuring the relationships we have as important or non important, more loving – less loving , and often we do not realize this on a conscious level, it is revolutionary to grasp and understand that our body is always communicating with the all and only our mind can resist this. Listening to this TV episode I understand that the body has an intelligence which is greater than our minds are able to grasp. Because this is a truth it brings stillness in my own body and I am able to reconnect to truth on a deeper level.

  • Richard Mills March 23, 2017   Reply →

    Bringing the whole body to everything we do makes so much sense. I can feel it right here as I sit at my computer. This needs to be our first point of call when we do anything – to check in with ourselves that we are present with all of our being first. Pure Gold.

  • Shirley-Ann Walters March 23, 2017   Reply →

    I really appreciate the awareness that the whole body is needed for us to be truly intelligent, and that we need to take care of all of us all of the time in order to stay connected with this.

    • Natallija April 12, 2017   Reply →

      This is the part that is often difficult Shirley -Ann, yet the reminder is pure and simple in this TV episode. Keeping life simple and revisiting this episode for re-runs that bring more purpose and love to your life is a great start.

  • Samantha Davidson March 24, 2017   Reply →

    Amazing science whole body intelligence, I love the natural order and simplicity of observing what it shares. I can sense when I go in to a reaction about something my body goes into a sort of resistance, it feels ‘unnatural’ and not honouring how it naturally expresses. Much to consider in this episode.

  • Ariana Ray March 24, 2017   Reply →

    Having a connection to our bodies can be so alien to many, that connection is explained so clearly as is the magic that the connection brings us.

  • Kerstin Salzer March 27, 2017   Reply →

    I was pondering on how we are often focussed towards one person being the only one we are able to ‘love’ because we get something back from them. If we take the responsibility to love everybody equally , in this moment we are not able to ‘love’ another person for self-gain.

  • Shirley-Ann Walters March 28, 2017   Reply →

    It has felt so true to me for a long time that when we truly love another that is the inspiration to love all others equally, and I love the way Serge turns that around by starting with the fact that loving all others can then be shared with a partner. Awesome.

  • Natalie Hawthorne March 29, 2017   Reply →

    That is what I love about Serge Benhayon’s presentations and workshops is how practical and self empowering they are. Learning to engage the body in re-connecting to the gentleness that we innately are and putting that into real life situations. You feel it instantly and you can’t deny what you feel.

  • Ariana Ray March 29, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence – not part body intelligence, no segregation of this or that part, no making one part of the body lessor than another, disliking this part, wanting it to be different. Whole body intelligence is what it says on the packet – just that.

  • Vicky Geary March 30, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon presents in a way that keeps me interested and engaged from start to end and covers the topics that I have always wanted to understand but didn’t have the questions for.

  • Ariana Ray March 31, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence is the truth the body presents to us on a daily and moment by moment basis, which we can hear or ignore. It’s like a voice all the time saying – do you want to evolve? A constant invitation to living something more than the world tells us we are.

  • Ariana Ray April 3, 2017   Reply →

    The gold that is presented in this episode is enough to transform our lives, for herein is truth and truth changes the world. Bring it on Serge Benhayon.

  • Gill Randall April 3, 2017   Reply →

    Understanding the teaching from Serge Benhayon that the bigger picture is about the body being a part of the whole, it completely redefines self centred-ness not being about self at all. I love Rebecca’s ‘down to earth’ question about the issue with a neighbour, this exposes how everything affects us, and how we can hold everyone in the same quality of love with anyone. Our particles are shared and expressed with everyone.

  • rosanna bianchini April 4, 2017   Reply →

    The more whole-bodied we become in our thinking and feeling the more aware we are of ourselves, and so, because of our interconnectedness, the more we are aware of everyone else also… This really turns the table on what is widely considered ‘selfish’. In truth, to bring focus to one’s self, who we are, our body and our movements, we can in fact put our self aside.

  • Vicky Geary April 4, 2017   Reply →

    Hearing that our intelligence comes from our body and how we care for/treat it is revolutionary. Especially when our Universities, which endorse developing our intelligence don’t have this as part of their courses. 101 in the intelligence of the body is a foundational subject for every student.

  • Gill Randall April 4, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon teaches us so much about mental health issues here too how we compound our bodies with our movements when our mind is not connected to the body. I can understand how psychology is catching up with the intelligence of the body to help the body to manage the condition, but does not get to the root cause of the problem with a whole body mindedness. This is so simple and true yet very revealing of how we attempt to manage life.

  • Carmel Reid April 5, 2017   Reply →

    We worry about our body’s function in terms of sport but don’t always recognise that our main function is to feel and express, and working with our body’s signals as they occur enables us to refine our lifestyle so that we can feel what is coming through us and from there develop a working harmony and wholeness.

  • Shami April 6, 2017   Reply →

    I really like the way that Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith talk about selfishness and being self-centred with the two giving very different contributions to life which raises many questions and asks for a much deeper exploration in to what I understand selfish and self-centred to be.

  • Rowena Stewart April 7, 2017   Reply →

    We have lived from such a shallow basis of intelligence and yet from this we have created some totally amazing and some very dangerous things in our world. What then lies ahead of us when we truly connect with the intelligence that resides within our bodies, an intelligence that is innately aware of our inter-connectedness not only with one another but also with the whole world and the Universe we reside in?

  • Ariana Ray April 7, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence is offering us much more than just the mind can offer – a full understanding from a place of feeling that shows the mind is not so smart. Instead it exposes that the mind is the dummy as it believes what it is told, and feels not for truth. Great TV!

  • Kerstin Salzer April 10, 2017   Reply →

    What is spoken about in this episode concerning the issues we create over the day and how this affects then our partner or children, is true. I am able to observe how my reactions I sometimes have over the day affects how I go to bed and this affects my partner. Great call and inspiration to observe even more what is going on during the day affecting my love and my sleep, not to mention my relationships.

  • Ariana Ray April 11, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon TV is pure fire on the internet.

  • Natallija April 12, 2017   Reply →

    From TV screens that constantly sell the what if’s, not good enough, bettering diets, lifestyles and fads Serge Benhayon TV is a refreshing change. Not selling for change but a truthful insight that the body has all the answers and no need to look any further.

  • Ariana Ray April 14, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence explained by Serge Benhayon, the wisdom of the universe that is available for all.

  • Kerstin Salzer April 16, 2017   Reply →

    The presentation and discussion on this Serge Benhayon TV is deeply bringing understanding to the fact that everything we do has a great effect on our outer world and if we are not aware of this, this can lead to illness and disease.

  • Ariana Ray April 16, 2017   Reply →

    Letting the body be the driver in life is a huge consideration. We are so used to being ruled by our head, Staying clear enough to feel what our body tells us – that is well worth it if the body can access the wisdom of the universe, which it can. It’s a different way of living yes, but how cool is it to have access to the universe? Super cool.

  • Shami April 17, 2017   Reply →

    There is a sentence in this interview that rocks my world, and it is when Serge Benhayon talks about the body being always a part of everything else, so with everyone else’s body we each share this space and I love this because it brings responsibility right down to its very basic core – and this is the responsibility of caring for our bodies with the understanding that they are a part of everyone else too – which makes sense when we look at life through the science of particle physics.

  • Ariana Ray April 17, 2017   Reply →

    What Serge Benhayon is presenting here is that we have a body that has access to wisdom far greater than is known by the mind. What this means is that ‘intelligence’ is not so hot, in fact it’s more of a disability than a strength here. Letting the wisdom of the body be uppermost is the most important act for us all, and that is true wisdom.

  • Kerstin Salzer April 19, 2017   Reply →

    In fact love never has thoughts of suicide while a mind full of intelligence can have them. Isn’t it weird that a doctor who has studied anatomy and physiology of the body should know the body inside out and as such have a great love for the magnificence of the body and its parts working so accurately, lovingly and harmoniously together, instead accumulate tension in ther body to a degree where suicide can occur. This is showing that knowledge does not guarantee a loving connection to the body and as such robs humanity from truth, as only being connected to the body, being present in one’s body allows the love and as such the universal and all-encompassing, heart-connected intelligence.

  • Ariana Ray April 21, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to this episode makes so much sense – I can see that what Serge Benhayon is presenting here is that whole body intelligence is making sense of the body. If I am honest I know that the arrogance of the mind isn’t the be-all and end-all, it just isn’t it. When I am listening to my body and feeling my way with things, that’s when life makes most sense.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 28, 2017   Reply →

      When we try to understand life with our mind, there is a scrambling for explanations, theories, justifications, suppositions, ideals and beliefs. Yet when we settle into the stillness of our body and let it lead the way, we know life with an awareness which is steady, vast and irrefutable.

  • Gill Randall April 22, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon describes here that there is a living way to get through the fog by moving in a certain way that moves our particles to access our divine intelligence. It is pretty cool to know this is possible, simply by our movements. The body is pretty amazing to be able to do this. I can feel the truth of how we build our intelligence from the base on security and using our nervous system, an anxiety instead of coming from the heart. I have felt the defence of this in the past, the security to keep us safe with the feedback of the nervous system, instead of the true intelligence coming from the heart in response, not reaction, to life.

  • Alison Moir April 23, 2017   Reply →

    “Knowledge needs to be part of our living body not something we can just recall.” This is something we have no real concept of and how important whole body intelligence is. We have given so much credence to the mind at the expense of the body and yet it is the body that gives us the true answers. “Love is the truest and highest form of intelligence’ and our education system is a long way from offering this but when humanity is on its knees with illness and disease maybe then they will turn to the body. The presentations by Serge Benhayon make so much sense when listened to by the body but are often fought when listened to by the mind.

  • Kerstin Salzer April 23, 2017   Reply →

    I am fascinated by the fact that the body is love and this love never can be reduced without harming the body. But when the body is love then I have a marker and a teacher who is always with me.

  • Ariana Ray April 26, 2017   Reply →

    Since watching this programme I have been learning so much about how my body is the marker of truth about where and how i am living. It is remarkable how much more I am noticing and paying attention to now. Thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • Shami April 27, 2017   Reply →

    Something that always amazes me when I watch these interviews is how fluid Serge Benhayon is as he talks, there is no stuttering or scrambling for words as he speaks about some pretty major subjects that easily apply to everyone, and yet he remains so graceful and open in his movements.

  • Ariana Ray April 29, 2017   Reply →

    I think that the reason I balked at connection with my body for far too long was the fact that when you feel truth in the body you cannot refute it. So I ate and numbed out until I had no connection that I could hear. Yet what sense does that make? What Serge Benhayon is presenting here is a communication that holds such beauty and love, all from the body – a communication that is worth more than gold.

  • Kerstin Salzer April 30, 2017   Reply →

    The,character in the body may not guide the body with the same love the body innately has. Often we do not distinguish in our temporal world that there is something in us which guides the body which often has an unloving behaviour, whereas the body itself is loving and in its nature would express pure love. The key for me is the body and to understand its symptoms and language.

  • Ariana Ray April 30, 2017   Reply →

    What Serge Benhayon is presenting here is the wisdom of the Universe – it’s connecting with a source that is within us that gives us all the wisdom we have access to – everywhere. We simply have to live that connection.

  • Ariana Ray May 1, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence – pure gold – the answer to disconnection and ill. To keep choosing to connect to the body takes out the arrogance we could otherwise run with.

  • Ariana Ray May 2, 2017   Reply →

    The truth about the body’s wisdom has been kept under wraps for so long. Here we have a man who knows the true worth of connection with the body. Serge Benhayon is TV wisdom for all.

  • Shami May 3, 2017   Reply →

    It is a fundamentally amazing fact that we can connect to our bodies and there find a stupendous form of intelligence.

  • HM May 4, 2017   Reply →

    So inspiring what is shared here about relationships and how we have this state of the world that says ‘love our partners/family more than others’ and yet – by not having equality in our relationships we bring issues into our seen-to-be more intimate relationships because we hold others as less. The wisdom shared here is amazing and shows how we can get caught in the trap of inequality and how this effects everyone around us.

  • Natalie Hawthorne May 4, 2017   Reply →

    What Serge shares about how it is the quality or our being before any doing is something that I continually am deepening – I work in senior management in hospitality and like most positions in senior management there is a lot going on and you are juggling many balls. So when I am going about my day and feel any tightness in my shoulders or hardness in the way I am moving, typing on the computer, making coffee or serving I know that I have made it about what I am doing. When I bring it back to my connection to my beingness and feeling my body and then move, my movements are completely different.

  • Ariana Ray May 6, 2017   Reply →

    I am beginning to realise that whole body awareness is a responsibility for the body and what it can reveal to us – the universal wisdom we all can connect to.

  • Ariana Ray May 7, 2017   Reply →

    The smallest thing done to one part of the body affects the whole, the smallest love affects the whole body as the smallest abuse does also.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 8, 2017   Reply →

    I thought I knew the body very well until I came across Serge Benhayon. My awareness of the body was through anatomy and physiology from text books, plus the theory of how emotions, food and energetic flow might also affect the body from various alternative health care modalities. But what Serge Benhayon presents has expanded my understanding and appreciation to a whole different level in a way I did not imagine was possible.

    I look forward to the day that such wisdom and wealth of information is part of our education system.

  • Victoria Lister May 8, 2017   Reply →

    I love how we can hear something, often repeatedly, and think we understand it and do it; then we hear it again in a whole other way and realise we haven’t understood it at all – at least not to the extent that we’re truly living it. And so it was with the beginning of this episode when the act of sitting in our chair to work was described in detail, along with why it matters. I’ve heard this presented many times before, but this time I heard it in a way that I understood it at the felt level, in my body. That is whole body intelligence – a knowingness we can actually live because it is embodied, rather than a mental, tick-the-box, ‘yeah I got it’ exercise that promptly get forgotten or dismissed.

  • Kerstin Salzer May 8, 2017   Reply →

    When I magnify through movement my reactions, which lead then to a health issue, is it not crucial to increase ones awareness concerning reactions?

  • Ariana Ray May 9, 2017   Reply →

    What is on offer here in this episode is truth and wisdom that is very rare on TV. If you consider that TV is a mass industry much like making cream cakes, they make sure the content is jam-packed with as much sugar as possible to cover up for the lack of realness and total lack of love. What Serge Benhayon TV is presenting is in total contrast – no sugar, no cake and absolute realness and a depth of love that is off the charts. Thank God for Serge Benhayon.

  • Kerstin Salzer May 10, 2017   Reply →

    I start to grasp that what Serge Benhayon is presenting here is filled with so much love that it is leaving the choice to me to take this to heart and take responsibility or reject it. I always was listening to Serge and what he said was absolute to me so I tried to put into practice what he was presenting. But in this behaviour there was no true responsibility, as it was more a ‘doing what the other is telling me’, which brought up resistance in my body. It was not a personal discernment, making a conscious choice and truly taking responsibility for what I have chosen.

  • Ariana Ray May 10, 2017   Reply →

    I love discovering the beauty of the body’s wisdom – it’s there to show us EVERYTHING.

  • Gill Randall May 11, 2017   Reply →

    Previously I had a knowledge of the body from studying anatomy textbooks over many years for my work, but none of that prepares us for this understanding of the whole body intelligence. The connection of the sum of the parts of the body working altogether as a whole gives us the understanding and wisdom when we observe what the body is conveying to us.

  • Ariana Ray May 13, 2017   Reply →

    When we consider that the body shows us everything we could want to know, it is absurd that we have constructed a way of living, eating speaking, thinking that takes us away from such wisdom.

  • Kerstin Salzer May 13, 2017   Reply →

    Just this simple exercise to walk to the car in conscious presence, to open the car door in conscious presence etc, is changing everything and if I choose to make it a daily ritual it brings more flow into my body.

  • Natalie Hawthorne May 17, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to Serge Benhayon share how healing is to truly arrest the root energy that is in the body in the first place is what has blown me away by the modalities of Universal Medicine. Every single time I have a session of healing, be it any of the different modalities, I can feel the energy that I have chosen be exposed being released. Such is the power of Universal Medicines modalities that they are life changing. Hopping off a table and feeling the physical difference is extraordinary, especially when you are unaware that the energy was there in the first place. By being in the session you are giving your Soul permission to release and discard what is not of this vibration. Deeply deeply powerful.

    • Ariana Ray January 14, 2018   Reply →

      This connection to the body is indeed ‘Deeply deeply powerful’ Natalie, and the life changing transformations we feel and see in our lives to to be studied and explored, for with this whole body connection life does change and the results are empowering.

  • Jennifer Smith May 18, 2017   Reply →

    There is so much being exposed in this conversation. The quality of love we hold another in and how this affects all of our relationships. This in itself needs a much greater exploration from each one of us.

  • Jonathan Stewart May 19, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is making a hugely significant point when he says, “The body cannot be contained to loving one person”. Love is our true expression and is universal and to make one person the focus of our love is to reduce love to something far less than what it truly is.

  • Ariana Ray May 21, 2017   Reply →

    ‘“The body cannot be contained to loving one person” – exposing this fact blows away all manner of ideal and beliefs around relationships. It also shows us that we cannot live in such a narrow way as to focus all our love on our nearest and dearest, we have to be love for all and with all otherwise our own small frame of reference shows the emptiness in such an approach.

  • Jonathan Stewart May 25, 2017   Reply →

    The understanding that to call the love between two people to be the meaning of love is to diminish the truth of love as presented by Serge Benhayon explains so much as to why love is constantly being sought and yearned for deep down by practically everyone.

  • Jonathan Stewart May 25, 2017   Reply →

    Every time I listen to or read again something by Serge Benhayon I always gain a new understanding of my world and the universe deepens and expands. This interview is no exception.

  • Ariana Ray May 25, 2017   Reply →

    We have the wisdom of the Universe within, so why are we trained all of our lives to ignore it? That Wisdom must be something super powerful if almost the whole world conspires to get us to ignore such beauty and power.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 28, 2017   Reply →

    The whole of the Universe and nature are constantly reflecting that we are part of a flow and intelligence far greater than our brain can even understand. We cannot possibly be proud of the world we have created through using the intelligence of our mind alone which seems to go contra to the harmony and flow of everything else around us.

    Connecting to a greater intelligence through our whole body in its entirety – what is expressed in this episode is a breath of fresh air and inspiring. Looking into this area ought to be the next wave of scientific focus.

  • Ariana Ray June 3, 2017   Reply →

    What is presented here for us to consider, is that our body can out-smart our so clever mind – now that is something we need to deeply get, for it is the key to true freedom in this life.

  • Natallija June 5, 2017   Reply →

    I have just re-watched this episode and it blows me out of the water how we can champion intelligence of the brain when what is offered in this short and powerful viewing is an opportunity to delve deeper beyond ourselves and truly take in the bigger picture.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 6, 2017   Reply →

    With out fail Serge Benhayon makes complete sense in what he is sharing, of course we have a whole body intelligence considering we are made up of cells and particles. There has to be a source that is communicating with this micro level in us so to say we are intelligent only from the mind is what I would call narrow mindedness.

  • Ariana Ray June 7, 2017   Reply →

    What is exposed here is the ludicrous fact that we would rather use our ‘intelligence’ than connect with the body and so to our soul. We choose mind over love, mind over universal wisdom and mind over common sense connection with God and our soul.

  • Natallija June 9, 2017   Reply →

    I view this website often due to the joy I receive in hearing the truth offered to the world. Each time this episode has brought me closer in not only understanding but starting to live the whole body intelligence. In the past I would have raised my hand and said I don’t know how to do this but now I am aware that the body will offer all that is needed and the part I need to offer in each situation not matter how big or small that may be. Brilliant sharing Serge Benhayon!

  • Jenny James June 10, 2017   Reply →

    Thank you Serge Benhayon for bringing ‘whole body intelligence’ to the fore. We have spent centuries championing mental ‘intelligence’, disregarding the wisdom the body feels and knows, and look where it has got us as a humanity – sky rocketing health issues and still at war with each other.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 12, 2017   Reply →

    You literally can not get bored watching this time and time again. I know that I haven’t in the past chosen to be aware of what my body was communicating and I have always believed that it was about being clever and how intelligent you were. For me this instantly put me in a lesser position because I never connected to the way the education system was taught. The knowledge would not stick and I struggled in the way I had to learn. Letting go of this and coming to understand that it is actually a connection with my body and Soul that vibrates with the Universe, I actually am all knowing. You can’t play the lesser card any more as we all have access to the same Universe.

  • Ariana Ray June 12, 2017   Reply →

    Feel our body and the connection within and we can feel the universe.

  • SCE June 18, 2017   Reply →

    Out of everything I learnt at school I see nothing as worthwhile and really truly educating as these episodes.

  • Ariana Ray June 19, 2017   Reply →

    And with all that I am I shall adore me – for that is all that is required. To be connected to our bodies requires honouring and respect, connect to the body and the universe opens up for us all.

  • Ariana Ray June 25, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to the body and surrendering to what it has for you to know, that is worth gold.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 26, 2017   Reply →

    Wow when we look at our bodies with this multi level of dimensionality you can’t but be in awe of how incredible we are. Every particle is in its divine order that is corresponding and in line with the Universe. Each and everyone of us has a purpose and constellation that is needed for the whole and that we are all unique yet we all come from the one uniting source. You can’t bring in comparison at all because it literally doesn’t make any sense what so ever.

  • jennym June 28, 2017   Reply →

    We have sadly reduced the whole body intelligence for something so much smaller and less able to support us in life. No wonder we are struggling to flourish and in many cases just trying to survive.

  • Natallija June 29, 2017   Reply →

    Each time I watch the first episode of this amazing TV channel I am always brought back to the simplicity that we can all live and can feel that it such an example of supportive journalism that asks us to ponder on our day and lives. Quality TV at its best.

  • Samantha Davidson June 29, 2017   Reply →

    Our bodies feel the truth of life, right from the beginning, but what is represented as true by the creations of society often opposes this and so we shut down, and compromise on what we feel, I know I did it. An example is the education system, it does exactly this, it can control and deny a child’s natural joy and wisdom. We do not need to look for it, try and get it in a sense our body is already absolutely intelligent, we need to allow and accept the wisdom in our lives and not deny it.

  • Natallija June 30, 2017   Reply →

    This is making more sense each time I watch this video. The complications that are fed to us truly take us off task when we think that true intelligence comes from the head. We are given absolute truth and gold of this topic from this TV viewing.

  • Ariana Ray July 1, 2017   Reply →

    If we were all to accept the grandness of our whole body intelligence we could be living in a different world.

  • Leigh Strack July 2, 2017   Reply →

    Watching episode One today, brings me to a place where I find myself pondering. I am studying, so there is information I do need to remember. But how I allow myself to retain this information is a choice. I can either rely entirely on my mind, or I can study and present caring of my body and allow the memory my body has of the experience of the study I am doing to be where the information is that I need to come from. This is very challenging and is taking an innate trust in my body, as I have never before considered that my true intelligence is held within it.

  • Kerstin Salzer July 2, 2017   Reply →

    How amazing when we change the quality of our doing and movements how different the energy we emmanate is and how much more harmony is then possible as a consequence. Everywhere and with everybody we choose to bring our movements back to quality we change the world by changing the energy as microcosm is like macrocosm.

    • Lucy Dahill September 6, 2017   Reply →

      This is a way of looking at our personal responsibility in life that we should all be taught in our homes and in our schools. How we do things matters because it has a ripple effect that affects others. Without considering ourselves as energy and part and parcel of a greater body of energy we can stay arrogantly doing whatever we want, however we want, without considering the consequences on other people.

  • John O Connell July 10, 2017   Reply →

    The way Serge Benhayon has explained ” love ” ” it (love ) cannot be between two people , it can be shared and expressed towards another by way of directed-ness but it can never be held or contained with in two ” (two people ).
    This is just so clear and makes full sense , for how can love individualise itself , for love is love. Thanks Rebecca Asquith

  • Shami July 12, 2017   Reply →

    Sometimes it can seem like it is not that easy to live with a whole body intelligence, when actually it is.

  • Ariana Ray July 13, 2017   Reply →

    As Serge Benhayon presents, movement is everything, and true intelligence comes from our movements.

  • Kerstin Salzer July 13, 2017   Reply →

    If we chose to treat our body as a whole there arises a power which lets our life flow.

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 18, 2017   Reply →

    This is prime television, it should be in the peak tv watching times for all to see. To have the opportunity to hear that there is something much more than what we have accepted as our truth. That our bodies have a Multi Dimensional quality and vibration that they are continually communicating with and it is up to us whether we connect with this or not. Law of free will.

  • Ariana Ray July 23, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence – an intelligence that contains the wisdom of the universe – who can say no to that?

  • Ariana Ray July 27, 2017   Reply →

    We come back to the body again and again because there is no where else to go in the end, if we don’t pay attention to it, it eventually, it brings us up short with a stop. We fight against the wisdom it offers us when it is our saving grace.

  • Ariana Ray July 31, 2017   Reply →

    This morning I’m starting to realise afresh just how important it is to feel what is going on in our bodies, for through the body comes the particles of the Universe and I want to know what they are telling me.

  • Ariana Ray August 4, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence is something we have to live, not just talk about. Serge Benhayon is one man who lives what he talks about, while many my claim it, living it is a whole other matter.

  • Natallija August 5, 2017   Reply →

    Thank you for sharing how the whole body intelligence has no room for overriding intelligence. Nothing to over ride as the answers are already known.

  • Vicky Cooke August 9, 2017   Reply →

    ‘your body has an understanding that it is sharing life with 7/8 billion people’! Now that is certainly something to take with me in my day! I have said it before and I will say it over and over again when it comes to Serge Benhayon TV ….. ABSOLUTE GOLD. and so so very much to be discussed and to learn, so much is shared here in not even 1/2 hour.

  • Gill Randall August 10, 2017   Reply →

    In the whole body connection, Serge Benhayon explains there is no self, it is a part of the whole and cannot be reduced to two people. We cannot live as an island, or in relationship with one other, we have the same quality of relationships with anyone we meet. It is so true how we live is medicine.

  • Mary August 15, 2017   Reply →

    What I get to feel is that we are never alone, that we are all part of a greater universe, even when we feel alone it’s an part of an illusion to think we are separate and alone to keep us from discovering for ourselves just how we are at one with each other we all are. We are being completely set up by a false energy from knowing who we truly are.

  • Ariana Ray August 16, 2017   Reply →

    I am learning more and more each day that it is my body i can rely on for the truth of how I live. If thoughts take me away, running over concerns from my day then I am lost to myself. Whereas when I come back to the body I have a wisdom and knowing that no thought process can match.

  • John O Connell August 19, 2017   Reply →

    “Whole body intelligence ” the title of the interview is just incredible and as Serge Benhayon talks about it , it can also be called ” whole body-mindedness” . The whole body working together as one for what is to be done, what a way to live.

  • Gill Randall August 21, 2017   Reply →

    We do need to learn and study to pass exams but when we are told and can feel the truth that “Love is the highest form of intelligence “, what more do we ever need to know? Thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • Ariana Ray August 25, 2017   Reply →

    You can’t beat this episode for the true intelligence and wisdom it contains. I come back to it again and again, it’s foundational, for body connection is evolutionary and pure gold. Thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • Ariana Ray August 26, 2017   Reply →

    Being with our whole body – now there is a true and real wisdom to tap into. Thank you Serge Benhayon!

  • Ariana Ray August 30, 2017   Reply →

    It all comes back to the body, for where else do we reside? The body is our home, our vehicle for getting around in the world, we can use it and abuse it or feel all of what it has to offer us with regards to wisdom and tenderness.

  • Gill Randall August 30, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon gives us a revelation about true psychology here. He reveals the intelligence of the body, the whole body mindedness is crucial to a healthy mind, and how the way we move affects everything. We all have the root condition of living in disconnection from our bodies but how we manage this is the only difference. As the body shuts down well before the mind, we need to come back to our bodies first to heal this by tapping into the whole body intelligence.

  • Matilda Bathurst September 4, 2017   Reply →

    Some great insight into our true intelligence and how we can live this.

  • Ariana Ray September 4, 2017   Reply →

    it’s so interesting to see how the medical profession see’s the body in parts and instead of looking at the whole picture. For example, would it It make sense to look at the persistent dripping of the nose on it’s own without looking at what goes into the mouth to cause such dripping, and what hurt is the person carrying to prompt them to eat what is causing the drip?

  • Heather Pope September 5, 2017   Reply →

    Serge is the only presenter I have ever heard talk about whole body intelligence. His understanding that intelligence is much much more than how our mind thinks blows away the education system and opens the door to a way of life that is bountiful with understandings that come from our body.

  • Rachel Murtagh September 5, 2017   Reply →

    Until I heard Serge Benhayon talk about whole body intelligence I didn’t fathom the power of movement determining the type of thoughts we have. So anyone wanting to change their thoughts only first need to focus on quality of movement. This is revelatory and life changing.

  • Lucy Dahill September 6, 2017   Reply →

    I really appreciate the concept of working together, that our body’s natural intelligence is all parts working harmoniously together and that a company works best in the same way. There is tension when we have one department ignoring another departments’ communication and this tension can lead to a breakdown in the company. It is smart to consider the body in this way and nurture each department and then to apply this in all aspects of our lives.

  • John O Connell September 6, 2017   Reply →

    This is amazing to understand that once a person is holding a reaction to another person , the person holding the reaction carries that with them in their body to all other relationships and therefore prevents the loving action of love in expression that is possible with everyone .

  • Ariana Ray September 6, 2017   Reply →

    I was reading an article on body dysmorphia today and wondered what kind of intelligence run’s us to get us into a situation where we hate our bodies. Whole body intelligence brings us back to a wisdom that shows us the love in our bodies if we but choose to feel that and all it offers us.

  • Lucy Dahill September 7, 2017   Reply →

    Just listened to this again and each time I listen I get a deeper understanding. The intelligence of psychology is to match the intelligence of the body… this is so powerful when we consider our thoughts and the power of those thoughts. There are so many times I have felt I was not in control of them yet if we take this as an experiment and consider the quality of our movements as the potential to change our thought patterns, processes and we also consider the potential immediacy of those changes, then we must start that experiment immediately.

  • Ariana Ray September 8, 2017   Reply →

    The beauty of this episode is that we just have to come back to the body again and again.

  • Ariana Ray September 8, 2017   Reply →

    I watched this episode again last night – love the simplicity of the whole body intelligence – such deep wisdom. Thank you Serge Benhayon for all the gifts you bring here. #LoveSergeTV

  • Ariana Ray September 9, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to the body and being with the body Vs staying in the mind – I would advise people to give it a try! Thank you Serge Benhayon for some remarkable TV. #LoveSergeTV

  • jennym September 10, 2017   Reply →

    What is presented here in such simplicity and clarity is our access to the wisdom of the inner heart when we bring our mind into union with the intelligence of the body.

  • Ariana Ray September 14, 2017   Reply →

    Social media tells us how we should be from birth to the grave, it presents dictates and lies about life and who we are. We have listened to this and been imprisoned by it because we have not wanted to feel the truth of what is going on in the world.

  • Ariana Ray September 19, 2017   Reply →

    It all has to come back to the body, the wisdom and knowing of the body is our greatest teacher. Thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • Ariana Ray September 21, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence should be taught in infants schools upwards. This should be our basic education instead of just a regurgitation of facts that serve us not.

    • Matilda Bathurst October 3, 2017   Reply →

      I reckon if we supported whole body intelligence from infant school there would be very little teaching of it required. My observation is that most young children live in this way. We then have to accept that our current education system teaches them out of it.

  • Ariana Ray September 25, 2017   Reply →

    The power of being present with our body and listening to its wisdom – that is true power indeed. Not only does it show us the truth of how we are living, but also shows us the depth of love that resides within.

  • Gill Randall September 27, 2017   Reply →

    We can learn so much from understanding the harmony we can feel in the body. It is a great example how we could be living and communicating in the world with each other in our communities. We simply have to feel how we are with the body’s intelligence when we are in gorgeous state of harmony, the whole body working together, every part contributing to the whole.

  • Rachel Murtagh September 28, 2017   Reply →

    It’s a revelation that the quality of our thoughts comes first from the quality of our movements; that it is how we move our body which will determine what thoughts we have. This turns what we perceive the brain to be and our current understating of intelligence literally on its head!

  • Ariana Ray September 29, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon TV – the one TV show that will always present you with the truth of what is going on in the world. Serge Benhayon TV rocks.

  • HM September 29, 2017   Reply →

    Wow how amazing on whole body intelligence and how if we are truly considering the body at all times, .then what we do can never be doing anything for self and are in fact we are at one with humanity.

  • Gill Randall October 3, 2017   Reply →

    This teaching of Serge Benhayon about the whole body intelligence is inspiring knowing everyone is the same. This intelligence is there within us all, we simply do not access it as a whole. I have felt what Serge Benhayon is talking about, that when we focus on ourselves in our whole body first , the quality of how we are changes.

  • Matilda Bathurst October 3, 2017   Reply →

    Living in relationship with my body has introduced me to an intelligence (understanding and appreciation of life) that has totally changed everything… from manic tail chasing trying to sort things out with my head only, I am building a steadiness and simplicity in life that is very real and practical.

  • Ariana Ray October 4, 2017   Reply →

    Coming back to the body is something we don’t always want to do – the body tells us the truth of how we live and we don’t always want to feel that. It also tells us the truth of what is happening around us, and yes, we don’t like to feel that either – for what are we doing to perpetuate what is going on in the world?

  • Mary October 6, 2017   Reply →

    I was listening to a scientist the other day and they were explaining how all the cells in our bodies work together to take care of our bodies, they have it seemed to me to have an inbuilt intelligence. And it makes sense to me that when we go against that intelligence we get sick. Listening to Serge Benhayon he is saying the same thing that our bodies know far more than we give it credit for, we tend to live in our minds rather than listen to what our bodies are communicating to us, and this is to the detriment of our health and wellbeing.

  • Gill Randall October 6, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon describes how the quality of love and expression is the same for everyone, it makes so much sense for me to understand about holding everyone in the same quality of love. I love the intelligence of the body that knows the science of relationships with whoever we are communicating with. The whole body mindedness with the body and the mind working as one is the future for our well being.

  • Ariana Ray October 13, 2017   Reply →

    What if our bodies were one constant feedback system that shows how we are living and what the future will bring? That is what is presented here so succinctly – the power of the body.

  • Stephen Gammack October 14, 2017   Reply →

    Centred in yourself and you are less self centred, quite a paradox, an anomaly that is well worth understanding and exploring. To explore this I have found this really is true, as you become more confirmed, and appreciative of myself, the less I need others to tell me I am “doing good” and the more I can focus on supporting others.

  • Harrison White October 17, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body intelligence, it comes as a natural form of being, and with any ‘effort’ it isn’t there – but when allowed it is there.

  • Ingrid Ward October 18, 2017   Reply →

    Now this is true television; offering the answers to the many questions so many of us have been asking about life for a very long time, and not an ad in sight. We are presented with in depth answers to relationship issues, to mental health issues and so much more. But what comes through all the discussions is that we have been totally misled as to the seat of our intelligence, it is definitely not in the mind but in every particle of the body; whole body intelligence simply makes sense.

  • Ariana Ray October 18, 2017   Reply →

    It always comes back to the body. Surrendering to the light within us – the light of God – there in is the wisdom of the ages.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 19, 2017   Reply →

    It has been incredible to feel the balance in the body and how this works with all of those around us and in everything that we do. Here I was able to truly connect to this balance within with the support of Serge Benhayon and the techniques and therapies that he shares. It is then each moment from those points to continue to make the choice to connect and live this way or to dismiss it and ignore and go into a way of living that is just ‘functional’.

  • Ariana Ray October 19, 2017   Reply →

    Coming to terms with the fact that we don’t think – that is a challenge. It’s so ingrained that we think we think and yet all along we don’t, it’s just the energy we align to. Why is this so difficult – could it be that we don’t want to let go of the illusion that we are in control?

  • Samantha Davidson October 22, 2017   Reply →

    My body is sensitive to what it feels, my toes as much as my head, our eyes and ears are not our only sensory organs, let us remember the power of our heart. We are a whole body, born sensitive. Reducing our feeling and awareness to what our head receives, narrows our experience of life and our understanding of life. Whole-Body Intelligence is the real deal.

  • John O Connell October 22, 2017   Reply →

    ” everybody is truly the same no body is different regardless of what they walk in with , regardless of the their beliefs and gender everybody is exactly the same” – every body has whole body intelligence, this is amazing.

  • Ariana Ray October 26, 2017   Reply →

    The body is such a beautiful marker – we can learn so much from listening

  • Ariana Ray October 26, 2017   Reply →

    The body tells us, that if we step away from who we are, all we have to do is return. It’s that simple. There is this pool of beauty within us all that is the truth of who we are and it’s there waiting for our return.

  • Ariana Ray October 30, 2017   Reply →

    It always comes back to the body, the vehicle we drive through life – we can hammer it or we can treat it as a very precious deluxe hire car we can listen to and drive as if it was the most exquisite car on the road.

    • Matilda Bathurst November 11, 2017   Reply →

      And in treating our bodies as ‘precious deluxe hire’ cars we are more likely to listen to how they respond to the conditions, feedback and particular requirements of the road (life), which gives us the insight we need to consider our next moves.

  • Ariana Ray November 1, 2017   Reply →

    What does the body tell us when we get up in the morning? It so simply tells us how we are living, and all we have to do is be willing to listen.

  • Sarah Karam November 3, 2017   Reply →

    What I find fascinating in this interview is that long before we develop any mental health issue in our mind, we have already cemented and contorted our bodies in a way that shuts us down, hides us and generally disconnects, in the way we move and relate to others. So, although psychology has come leaps and bounds it is still working backward in a way. When we finally realise that we are actually one unit and we need to look at our issue from every prospective, as in the way we move, the tone of our voice and our posture, not just the way we think, the thoughts we have and diet and exercise. If we do not begin to connect the dots like this, we will only be band-aiding our issues, as opposed to actually treating the root cause.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 8, 2017   Reply →

    To understand that the body needs to be held in a certain way in order to be able to be harmonious is the basis of that what we do or produce and as such of our everydays life. This is revelatory and mind blowing to truly understand that the energy in which our body is changes the quality of what we are doing or producing, thats to say changes the quality of the product in one way or another. This wisdom changes the world, if we take it to heart.

  • Ariana Ray November 9, 2017   Reply →

    And if we don’t listen to the body that holds such wisdom? We can get offered an opportunity to stop and then listen – a beautiful gift of understanding that is worth gold.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 10, 2017   Reply →

    If we consider the fact that the body is love and only is designed to express love and that this love can only be for everybody and not just for one person, what are we doing to our bodies on a daily basis given the fact that there is a rise in illness and disease on our planet?

  • Ariana Ray November 10, 2017   Reply →

    The body is key to our understanding of who we are, to ignore it is like being given a gift from God and not even bothering to unwrap it and see what’s inside.

  • Matilda Bathurst November 11, 2017   Reply →

    The more I consider this possibility – the fact that it is with our whole bodies (not just our brain) that we access our true intelligence – the more I experience the innate wisdom of my body as it feeds back constantly about what is going on, how I am choosing to live, move and respond in life and there is a completeness to this that does not leave me making decisions (from my brain) that disregards any part. My whole body is much more attuned to seeing what serves the all rather than just a select few.

    • Michael Brown December 3, 2017   Reply →

      Yeah I can relate to that, it’s like we give more and more permission to our body to communicate that information and wisdom.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 11, 2017   Reply →

    Whole body centeredness is different to what I have learned through christian religion to be there for everybody else. To understand the fact that if we are self centered, the body is experienced as a whole and this whole includes everybody else equally.

  • Michael Brown November 13, 2017   Reply →

    Our mind would not be what it is without the body. The body is what the mind gathers information from. Therefore if the body is the greatest library on earth the mind is just the filing system.

  • Ariana Ray November 14, 2017   Reply →

    The body – everything comes back to the body and how much we are willing to feel – we can try and get away from it but are stuck really – there is ultimately no where else to go, so why not explore this territory we live within?

  • Ariana Ray November 15, 2017   Reply →

    If our bodies are receptacles of such wisdom, then taking care of our bodies needs to be super-high on our agenda.

    • Fiona Pierce November 26, 2017   Reply →

      That is a great point Ariana and I think it’s fair to say that the importance of truly caring for our body is often dismissed or negated in general. And then there is much conflicting advice and ‘evidence’ around what is and isn’t good for us but if we come back to our body we have a true guide for what really supports.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 24, 2017   Reply →

    It supports me to understand in a deeper way that we are all the same bodywise as it exposes for me more the different often separative behaviours we have against each other. Then there must be something ; an energy in the body which does this behaviour, so there must be an energy which is working against us and against our natural expression of unity and love.

  • Jennifer Smith November 25, 2017   Reply →

    Its actually quite amazing to have someone essentially abuse you and not take it personally, but also not judge them in any way for that abuse. To continue to see that person as the amazing person that they are is something very extraordinary.

    • Matilda Bathurst December 25, 2017   Reply →

      Yes and this lived wisdom then supports us to support one another when we do allow abusive behaviour to come through us. Knowing that anything but love is abuse gives us great clarity when it comes to observing ours and others behaviour.

  • rosanna bianchini November 25, 2017   Reply →

    HUGE. “The whole body in its entirety” the presence we have with our whole body in our everyday movement, connects us with the original intelligence we innately come from, – this is how we know God, through the body.

  • Ariana Ray November 25, 2017   Reply →

    What I have learned from Serge Benhayon is that body always knows when we need to act, to not act and when to come to a perfect STOP.

  • Shami November 30, 2017   Reply →

    Relationships can have their challenges, as it can be challenging to maintain and sustain a sense of purity and love towards another with unwavering consistency. But Serge Benhayon presents here the possibly that love is a quality that can be lived which includes all people and which will actually support the love that is there for one another.

  • Ariana Ray December 1, 2017   Reply →

    What a gift we are being offered here – the understanding of the body and the Universe – now THIS is meaningful TV

  • Jennifer Smith December 2, 2017   Reply →

    Its very true that we put what we are doing ahead of how we are, or our beingness when we are doing what we are doing. Attending a retreat this year I became aware of this very thing. For 5 days, other than a walk or 2 everyday, I was sitting, in fact I did a lot of sitting. Ordinarily I would feel stiff after sitting for a couple of hours, but there was not one ounce of stiffness, in fact my body felt more light and more flexible and I even felt taller. This just highlights when we approach anything from our beingness first our whole body benefits as does the quality of our output.

  • Ariana Ray December 3, 2017   Reply →

    What is presented by Serge Benhayon in these episodes is pure gold – because he is showing us how to live – with a connection to the body that allows access to deep deep wisdom.

  • Samantha Davidson December 3, 2017   Reply →

    Our relationship with our body is where we need to come from in everything we live, I have no doubt that this developing relationship has opened up doors, wisdom, and understanding in my own life and I see this in other people who I have encountered that are making it a priority to be whole-body aware.

  • Jennifer Smith December 4, 2017   Reply →

    I have never heard anyone other than Serge Benhayon discuss the relationship between intelligence and our choices through life and the example that he gave was suicide. He is correct, it doesn’t make sense that people so intelligent like doctors would complete suicide and all of their mighty intelligence does not reduce this. The very beautiful thing here is that he is not saying that there is anything wrong with our intelligence, it’s that our intelligence is greater, when it’s not about it coming from our brain, but through the wisdom of our body.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 5, 2017   Reply →

    We are not really brought up nor encouraged to develop a relationship with our body and being. That’s just the way it has been but it has become very obvious that the lack of this relationship is causing much illness and disease. Learning to listen what the body is saying and communicating and then honouring this is an unfolding journey. One that we will all eventually take as and when we choose too.

  • HM December 6, 2017   Reply →

    What is shared here is the key to the expansion of love – that the body is not designed to love only one other person. And that if I love everyone then it is felt when I direct my love at another. So what we have here is the gift of oneness and in that, the answer to any and all separation that exists in the world.

  • Mary December 8, 2017   Reply →

    Coming back to watch this first episode again I have a clear understanding from what is being discussed that we can restrict our bodies by moving in a certain way. As an example, I know that I have lived life in reaction to it which has resulted in my body contracting away from life and people. I realise this way of moving which came from a hurt not only shuts me down but also shuts people out because they can feel my coldness towards them. I have reversed this, changing the way I move by healing the hurt that kept me contracted. This is the transformation because having healed my hurt I can fully interact with life and I enjoy doing so – I have found that people are drawn to the warmth they can feel in my body. I’m embracing life and them it’s the best medicine in the world.

  • Ariana Ray December 11, 2017   Reply →

    With our whole body we feel everything – this is a huge gift for us all

    • Matilda Bathurst December 14, 2017   Reply →

      This is a realisation and opportunity of much magnitude. We do feel everything and then use a lot of energy to suppress, override or ignore what we feel so that we carry on with our comfy ways. The more I listen to my body the simpler and clearer life becomes.

  • Ariana Ray December 12, 2017   Reply →

    We can over-ride the body again and again but the body will also show us again and again what is true, we can always come back to feeling that truth. While we may ignore it, the messages can get quite loud to show us that it’s time to listen.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 13, 2017   Reply →

    The body is teaching us that we are all the same. This simple teaching can change the world if truly it is taken to heart,

  • Michael Brown December 13, 2017   Reply →

    Intelligence (mind) gives you words. Wisdom (Body) gives you movements.

  • Matilda Bathurst December 14, 2017   Reply →

    To start to be in relationship with our bodies with an honouring about the intelligence it has – the intricacies of wisdom it can share – actually simplifies our lives enormously because we stop searching outside for an intelligence to achieve and realise we have it all on board already.

    • Jane Keep January 9, 2018   Reply →

      Hear hear, Matilda, I agree. I searched outside of myself for everything – including looking to others regarding daily living decisions e.g. with food instead of feeling what was needed for my body I’d say ‘I’ll have what you are having’ to another – living like this I was buffeted around like a leaf in the wind as I had no ‘anchor’ of my own true self to come back to. The body is the greatest ‘anchor’ as it knows how to respond to every situation well before the mind even begins to compute a situation.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 15, 2017   Reply →

    These are such essential basics that the we all need to be educated in. I know when I first heard Serge Benhayon present on this it made complete and utter sense, so it has been like re-training myself to come back to what I know deep down. The old behaviours, habits and patterns can sneak back in but I can so easily identify when this happens or I have others around me to support me to see this. It’s about re-claiming what I already know but it is an absolute surrender to the body and nothing to do with the mind.

  • Ariana Ray December 16, 2017   Reply →

    The gift of gold we have from this episode is beyond measure – with the wisdom of the body presented for us all. Thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • Michael Brown December 16, 2017   Reply →

    The mind is there to transmit and receive. It is not a source of anything.

    • jennym March 3, 2018   Reply →

      It makes sense then to inform the mind using from our whole body mind intelligence.

  • Ariana Ray December 19, 2017   Reply →

    What is whole body intelligence? It is access to a greater truth that we all have, we may choose to ignore and override it, but it remains a great gift for us.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 20, 2017   Reply →

    This talk gives us an understanding that the body is our vehicle of truth, that it responds to everything which is not true in more hidden or more loud symptoms, to understand this and take it to heart brings harmony, vitality and joy in our everyday life. To understand the body and which quality it needs to be moved with is pure joy.

  • Ariana Ray December 25, 2017   Reply →

    Having the whole body talking to us and sharing the wisdom of the universe – what do we do to get in the way of this, and, can we get energetically fit to actually have this much love in our body? Step by step we can.

  • Matilda Bathurst December 25, 2017   Reply →

    The inspiration from this interview to deepen my relationship with my body and the way it communicates is profound.

  • Jonathan Stewart December 25, 2017   Reply →

    Identifying that a mental issue arises first from the cementing of an unresolved issue in the body by walking in the energy of the issue is hugely significant in enabling one to identify the cause of the mental dis-harmony and to resolve. What a change to the approach of mental illness if this was taken into account.

  • Carmel Reid December 26, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Regardless of their beliefs and their gender, everybody is the same’ A very simple statement that is life changing for we all see ourselves as individuals, as different and therefore we judge, we compare, we get jealous – all for no reason, we are the same.

  • Fiona Pierce December 27, 2017   Reply →

    I think sometimes I’m just beginning to appreciate the wisdom that we can connect with through our whole body, and with that learning to make this my everyday consistent way of being, for I have seen that it is a way that benefits us all.

    • Jane Keep January 6, 2018   Reply →

      I agree Fiona me too, I find it remarkable what we ‘know’ when we chose to be aware and let our body show us the way through life. Everything from knowing not to travel a certain way (and then finding out there was a road block which would have delayed if travelling that way), to the body knowing exactly what, how and when to eat, and to us feeling what is going on all around us – and learning to respond to living in that way is really something to write home about. This is the kind of education that everyone should be aware of.

  • Gill Randall December 27, 2017   Reply →

    This episode covers so many subjects: the importance of the physical body giving us so many messages, how mental health issues begin, suicides, how to deal with relationships and better communication, all in one episode. Serge Benhayon manages to keep things very simple.. “Love is the truest and highest form of intelligence “, this is the intelligence of the body.

  • Jane Keep December 29, 2017   Reply →

    Who knew? How wise the body is, and that true intelligence came from the body. As someone who has worked in Universities where the intellectual mind is much sought after, I would far prefer the intelligence of the body to the cold intellect of the mind.

  • Carolien Braakenburg December 29, 2017   Reply →

    I love this interview and the subject of whole body intelligence. Coming to understand how much more intelligence the body holds and how what I perceived intelligence to be for a big part of my life is not, is super helpful in my daily life.

  • Gill Randall December 30, 2017   Reply →

    It helps me so much in the episode how Serge Benhayon describes how we can sort out our side of any disharmonious relationships by holding everyone in the same quality of love. I know I hold my body in love, knowing they too are love but not expressing it, and that is ok.

  • Chris James December 31, 2017   Reply →

    Understanding that so many issues that seem to dominate society actually start in our bodies is most definitely a game changer… It also opens up the can of worms that is where does our responsibility start… We can have so many positive ideals and belief, so to speak, but if we are ignoring the innate connection that is there to be had with our own bodies then nothing can truly change.

  • Ariana Ray December 31, 2017   Reply →

    The whole body can be listened to or ignored, it’s down to us. But the gift we are given in the body is beyond a doubt extraordinary – it’s a voice from our Soul.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 31, 2017   Reply →

    The example about the neighbour is such a great teaching that in fact our bodies know true intelligence that we are all one and the same and that this Love is that absoluteness of who we are. To see and understand that what ever is coming through that body is not necessary of the same quality but it doesn’t change the fact the body is from a more intelligent source.

  • Sarah Karam December 31, 2017   Reply →

    What is being offered here is a reminder that we are all sharing this space with each other and that the word “self-centred ” has been so distorted over the years, for true self centeredness is the ability to be in your centre, from this place you are with your whole body equally, all parts and then as an extension of this, you are also with all others in this same way. It is amazing how we have turned this phrase into being selfish, which has a negative connation.

  • Karin Barea December 31, 2017   Reply →

    This brings home the depth of wisdom I deny by giving preference to my mental intelligence at the expense of the body. There is still an arrogance for me in thinking the body is less, is subservient and dumb when actually it is far more intelligent than my mind without it can fathom. When we live by usual forms of what’s considered intelligent, and are not in line with what our bodies are communicating then it’s easy to miss the fact that the quality in which things are done isn’t great at all because we’re not able to feel the difference.

  • Chris James January 3, 2018   Reply →

    Education as it stands today needs to be ‘spherically’ expanded to incorporate the simple practical and essential wisdom that is being communicated in this interview, it behoves anyone who understands this to incorporate this teaching at the earliest possible stage… To bring into our kindergartens the awareness of…”I listen to my body, it has a lot to say, it tells me how I truly feel”

  • Rachel Murtagh January 4, 2018   Reply →

    It’s a revelation to discover ill-mental health comes first from the body, before it become a mind issue. This revolutionises the way we think about mental health, the way we move and our well-being.

  • Chris James January 5, 2018   Reply →

    Just the simple sobering statistic of the suicides in the medical profession should be enough to wake us up that there is so much more that is needed in our education, and in our responsibility to each other. But then we go to countries like New Zealand, where youth suicide is the highest in the developed world, and we realise that there is actually an urgency to communicating, as this video does, that there is actually something much more then the intelligence of the mind.

  • Jane Keep January 6, 2018   Reply →

    Simply brilliant TV. One day this will be in all our mainstream education, upbringing, workplaces and life.

  • Rachel Murtagh January 7, 2018   Reply →

    Being at the mercy of our thoughts keeps us on the merry-go-round and in the raciness and activity of life. Living life with greater connection to the body brings a deeper awareness to what is in front of us. It brings a stillness, a knowing, confirmation and a solidness that living from the mind simply cannot bring.

    • Melinda Knights January 23, 2018   Reply →

      That’s true Rachel, living from the body also offers so many opportunities to take better care of our health and wellbeing. Going through life unaware of the body and it’s many signals can lead to ill health as we may be ignoring its many warnings that the body is not coping with how we are treating ourselves. Considering the care we give to our cars (but not our body) really exposes the focus we have on living from the mind and its intelligence without consideration to the whole body, and the pervasive disregard we have for our whole selves.

  • Ariana Ray January 7, 2018   Reply →

    The body is a wonderful thing, it will show us where we have left ourselves – and go for a walk and it will support us to come back to ourselves.

  • Natalie Hawthorne January 12, 2018   Reply →

    The more I get my thoughts out of the way and connect to my body the more I feel how deeply powerful they are. Our bodies are communicating to us all of the time, all the particles and cells have a divine rhythm and flow and when choose something that stops or interferes with this our bodies will be very clear and loud about it. The question is do we choose to listen?

  • Jonathan Stewart January 13, 2018   Reply →

    There is no greater university of learning than our own body.

    • Melinda Knights January 17, 2018   Reply →

      That’s because the body is from the Universe-ity!

  • Michael Brown January 15, 2018