Episode 11 - Obesity, Big Sugar and The Intelligence of Space

Obesity as usual is all over the news… and with diabetes sufferers currently registering as the 3rd largest nation on Earth, it’s little wonder. The finger of blame is increasingly pointed at the sugar industry, but is it so simple that just banning sugar – or at least limiting its intake – would provide an easy fix for this seemingly intractable problem that threatens to overwhelm health systems worldwide?

The consumer must surely play a part . . . but that simply leads to the supply/demand conundrum that has already been exhaustively studied.

In this interview, Serge Benhayon goes to unplumbed depths to explain why the simple dictum, “Just give up sugar”, is entirely futile. It has been tried, over and over, and it has failed dismally.

Serge explains that without addressing the being that resides in the body, and forming strategies to circumvent its control over the body itself, you are simply whistling in the wind when it comes to control over your impulses. And for those who remain agnostic, Serge provides a simple exercise that can clearly demonstrate the energy that is influencing your every choice – and just how irresistible it is.

If you thought that this interview on obesity would take you into the world of gastric-band surgery, fad diets, or government funded health campaigns, you’ve got the wrong channel.

Sit up, pay attention to every word, stay connected, and Serge and Rebecca will take you where very few have ventured to answer a question that is far more than a health issue, but goes to the very nature of our being…


  • Mary March 31, 2020   Reply →

    Gill I agree with you and have the experience of being a sugar addict myself, I ate massive amounts of sugar as a child I completely rotted my baby teeth as a result. I can go a very long time not eating sugary things but then I’ll get a craving which can be so intense I have to have sugar it becomes obsessive. I can feel that there is a part of me that can go so far in deepening my self awareness and then it freaks out at the depth and quality of the stillness that can be felt in my body and hates the stillness which is why I go to a sugar hit to race my body so as not to feel what we can all feel when we don’t race our bodies the stillness of the universe.

  • Mary December 20, 2019   Reply →

    And the another question Serge raises that needs an answer has to be how come we are more educated than ever before in our history and yet our problems are still escalating. This doesn’t make any sense to me. This is what I appreciate about Serge Benhayon he asks questions in such a way that it asks us to stop and consider if we champion this way of living why isn’t it working? Why it is that illness and disease are through the roof and that the human frame is rotting away?

  • Mary December 20, 2019   Reply →

    What Serge Benhayon is saying, makes sense
    We do live in a society that does not educate, parent, cultivate, foster, develop etc., who we truly are on the inside it’s all about suppressing that.I can see now that we do indeed live in a society that does not want to feel and then take responsibility for the immense light that we are. After all our particles belong to the Universe and how Grand it that? And should anyone take the steps to reconnect to their grandness they are cut down by society that doesn’t seem to want that reflection. It seems to me that we have developed in a way that doesn’t really want to look deeply into our behaviours and why we do what we do. So we lay the blame at the suppliers of the sugar, drugs, alcohol rather than take responsibility of why we eat and drink in a way that dulls our awareness to the grandness we are. I put myself into this way of living too. Why am I using sugar to race myself so that I do not deeply feel and connect to the light I know I come from? Why do we shy away from reflecting the grandness and beauty of the universe to each other?

  • matilda July 29, 2019   Reply →

    It is so brilliant to go beyond the superficial blame game and explore the real causes for the set up we currently have. The truth beyond the supply/demand theory.

  • SE July 7, 2019   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon presents, every time I watch this series there is something more I learn and understand about life.

  • Michael Brown March 5, 2019   Reply →

    It makes sense that we should take responsibility for what we ask for, rather than blame what is subsequently pushed upon us.

    • Matilda Bathurst July 29, 2019   Reply →

      Yes. As soon as I feel myself wanting to blame something or someone for anything, I can feel my abdication of responsibility. And then I have a choice – am I going to address the part I have played in any situation or am I going to run with the blame game.

    • Mary January 26, 2021   Reply →

      I totally agree with you Michael, currently the British government has over turned its ban on harmful pesticides to support the growing of Sugar Beet. This particular pesticide called neonicotinoids kills the insect pollinators such as bees. Understandably people are very upset because of the u turn in the government policy over the use of these pesticides. But surely we all have to take responsibility for what is happening because we are demanding more sugar, if there was no demand for sugar the farmers wouldn’t be growing more Sugar Beet as a cash crop. If there is a demand there will always be a supply.

  • Michael Brown February 25, 2019   Reply →

    People seem to get ridiculed for eating healthily these days which seems odd considering the percentage of obese people in the population.

  • SC February 18, 2019   Reply →

    We tend as a world wide society to not look at the reasons why obesity has gone through the roof instead we bury it further away concentrating on the solution, Serge Benhayon brings alive this topic and unravels what is really going on.

  • Ariana February 18, 2019   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon presents that the body is a vehicle of expression. We have particles that are willing to respond to Universal order, the spirit wants to make the body less responsive, that’s the control it exerts over us. How powerful it is to know that this is its game.

    • Mary January 26, 2021   Reply →

      agree with you Ariana that it is very powerful to know that it’s a game, but I feel that it’s quite another thing to get on top of the game when every second of the day we are continuously bombarded with a Spirit and astral energy that doesn’t want humanity to reconnect back to our Soul and our Divine particles. One might consider that once we have made that internal decision to return back to our Soul we should be left alone by the constant bombardment of astral energy, but it seems the opposite often happens. When our Spirit feels the shift of awareness back to our Soul, energetic attacks often intensify, as one person aligned back to Soul diminishes the energy it uses as its own life force. The human race through the use of emotional energy sustains the astral plane, however once we reconnect back to our Soul and our Divine particles it cannot be sustained as it has no energy of its own.

  • Rachel Murtagh February 16, 2019   Reply →

    To accept that we are more than just human and that something else is running the show goes a long way to explain our current dilemmas and difficulties.

  • Rachel Murtagh February 15, 2019   Reply →

    I loved listening to the revelation about how powerful space is! So, true, if space can hold not just our sun but the many suns in the universe, not to mention all the planets in between then space is not so insignificant as we might have dismissed it to be.

  • Ariana February 15, 2019   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon talks about “The industry and sugar abuse – you have to be careful not to fall into complexities here, if we attack the s industry, what do we say about the consumer who is asking for it? It’s supply and demand. What about the consumer? Why is it we need so much sugar?” These are great questions to look at that put the responsibility of the degree of sugar consumption on those that are demanding they are provided with it. That’s not to say the sugar industry gets off scot free, they are responsible for the impact of their products too. This is a great pull up all round.

  • Rachel Murtagh February 10, 2019   Reply →

    It makes sense to approach our ‘addictions’ in this way, sugar or anything else. Understanding what really is at the very root of our problems really can support us to change.

  • Ingrid Ward February 7, 2019   Reply →

    Finally coming to understand the difference between spirit and soul, and the detrimental behaviour of the spirit in its endeavours to keep us from knowing who we truly are, was one the most valuable keys I have been offered by Serge Benhayon. This understanding made so much sense of a life that I struggled to understand for such a long time, and in doing so I got a sense that I always knew there were two forces at play in my body but I simply couldn’t articulate what I felt.

  • Michael Brown February 3, 2019   Reply →

    We defend our eating guidelines as if we are in great shape…yet the statistics show the complete opposite.

  • Michael Brown January 24, 2019   Reply →

    If we ever get too big for our boots, the stars are always communicating there is so much more.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 21, 2019   Reply →

    Invaluable look from many angles. As always a conversation with Serge Benhayon takes the topic far deeper than it normally tends to go, plus we have the space to explore and gain a rich understanding of the many intertwined aspects of human life which have resulted in the outcomes we are currently facing.

  • SCE January 21, 2019   Reply →

    The depth that these interviews go to are tremendous, Serge really gives us food for thought here, like all great philosophers Serge Benhayon is reflecting the future now.

  • Michael Brown January 19, 2019   Reply →

    The same with a drug addict, simply taking away the drugs will not provide a better/healthier lifestyle, and we must take the same approach when it comes to sugar, caffeine etc.

  • Matilda Bathurst January 17, 2019   Reply →

    I agree, Ariana. Putting the truth back on the table.

  • matilda January 17, 2019   Reply →

    Whilst this interview starts off as a discussion about obesity and its increasing prevalence, it develops into so much more and the insight and wisdom shared could be applied to so many of our ailments, both physiological and social. Until we address the fundamental point that human life as we know it, is primarily driven by a spirit that has no regards for the body and is only interested in its own individuality and creation, whilst our relationship with our bodies, which are made up of heavenly particles, is a direct route back to our true origins and brotherhood.

  • Rachel Murtagh January 9, 2019   Reply →

    To consider that the sugar industry has more impact on the world’s population than the Tabaco industry gives huge pause for thought. When stripped down and looking at the statistics, it is seeming that there are more health-related problems with diabetes, obesity and other related illnesses than alcohol related ones. We are all aware the damage that alcohol can do but our awareness needs to broaden when it comes to all things sugary.

  • Ingrid Ward January 4, 2019   Reply →

    Great question Ariana, and my answer to it has actually changed over the last few years. I used to be one who blamed the food, alcohol and tobacco industries for supplying the food and other substances that have been proven to be so harmful to the human body, but now I can see so clearly, that without the demand there would be no supply required. So what is it about the way we are living that so many are demanding products that do nothing to enhance our lives, but actually have the opposite effect?

  • Ingrid Ward January 4, 2019   Reply →

    This interview of serge Benhayon by Rebecca Asquith is so very refreshing for not only the wisdom and common sense which is shared, but for the honesty that pervades every part of it. Rebecca’s honesty about where she is at, brings a reality into the conversation, which in my experience, has been so lacking in any other interview I have watched before this series. It is definitely investigative journalism at its best.

  • Jennifer Smith January 2, 2019   Reply →

    Understanding the difference between spirit and soul is super important because it really does explain how we have ended up in the multiple messes we are in in the world. I always thought they were the same thing and that the soul was something to feel sorry for “you poor soul” but it is our guiding light that never leaves us that is an anchor, a rock, steady as. There is really nothing poor about it.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 2, 2019   Reply →

    This is a wonderful conversation about this topic. Perhaps it is not about pointing our finger at anyone, and that it is not even about blaming ourselves, but deepening our awareness of exactly what IS going on, our own part in the whole thing, and what this means in terms of understanding ourselves, our choices and what faces us in life. A wonderful episode that I find supports me to go there and reflect on all of these.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 26, 2018   Reply →

    I love these talks! Yes we start by talking about sugar and obesity, but as always we get to expand and deepen soooo much more.

    • Ingrid Ward February 7, 2019   Reply →

      That’s what is so wonderful Golnaz, the way Serge Benhayon seems to take you in so many different directions, but in fact everything connects to everything else. He always full of surprises that are brimming with wisdom and overflowing with common sense.

  • Jennifer Smith December 25, 2018   Reply →

    The quality of our movements can support us to remain connected to who we are or they can disconnect us from who we are. They can help us stay connected to the universe that we are part of or they can make us think that the world and the universe revolves around us. This is the science I would have loved to have learned at school.

  • Lorraine December 23, 2018   Reply →

    Sugar is known to be very harmful by many, yet people continue to consume it, a bit like the case for alcohol, which is based on sugar. This interview would help people have more understanding and awareness of what is at play.

  • Mary December 18, 2018   Reply →

    These conversations between Rebecca and Serge are brilliant there is a flow to their conversation it is abundantly clear that there are no scripts that they adhere to. And talking about the spirit this part of ourselves that is so dominant and has it way over us without us even aware that this is happening. We think, we think that they are our own thoughts; but we do not think, we are like puppets we are controlled.
    and it is through these conversations that we can get an understanding of just how much we are controlled.

  • Jennifer Smith December 13, 2018   Reply →

    I am such a huge fan of these conversations and this is one of my favourites. I love how they unfold very naturally. You could not plan conversations such as these. Huge respect to Serge Benhayon for taking these conversations into the public arena inviting us to look more deeply at every aspect of life. Even with the topic of sugar. Its not just about the sugar.

  • Jennifer Smith December 8, 2018   Reply →

    Brilliant conversation about “what is space?” We only think that space is empty because we can’t see it with our eyes.

  • Michael Brown December 7, 2018   Reply →

    Obesity is not something we should judge as a a thing of its own, but rather see what it is telling us about the way we are living.

  • Stephanie Stevenson December 6, 2018   Reply →

    To have an understanding that energetically we have a wanton spirit firmly in control of the ‘driving seat’ of our ill-choices throughout our human life of existence is key to discarding this disconnected way of living.

  • Carmel Reid December 5, 2018   Reply →

    The Obesity Crisis is definitely more and more visible, especially in the healthcare industry where seats, toilets, beds and wheelchairs are being made larger to accommodate the larger patients because large is becoming more and more normal. I feel very sad when I see young children with fat stomachs – it makes me wonder what food they are eating and how much sugar they consume, that does not set them up well for their future.

  • Jennifer Smith December 3, 2018   Reply →

    Our movements are much more than physically moving from point A to B. Its everything about how we move including those things we may not even consider movements to be such as the quality of our thoughts, the quality of our expression.

  • Mary November 30, 2018   Reply →

    To me this interview with Serge Benhayon shows that he is prepared to go to the nub of the problem straight away, which is what are we as human-beings getting out of sugar and why do we desire it? And for many people this direct level of let’s say ripping off the Band-Aid and exposing the open wound to society is too much for some. But this level of honesty is needed if we really want to understand obesity and our addiction to sugar which drives the sugar industry.

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 30, 2018   Reply →

    I really get what Rebecca is saying how through observation you can tell what energy someone is in… her example about a friend seeing criminals in there movements I can totally believe. Makes sense after what Serge Benhayon is presenting that the energy comes in and through us which is what is moving us.

  • Leigh Matson November 29, 2018   Reply →

    I now know that if my food is out of whack, it is my divinity and sensitivity that I am avoiding. It can take a while to come around stopping the sensitivity but what I’ve found is that my body won’t let me off and will keep asking me to accept what I am feeling.

  • Hm November 29, 2018   Reply →

    To understand why I eat sugar helps me to truly look at what is going on and how I support my movements to not need sugar to lift me up. It’s great to be honest with why we go for things and the effects they have on us.

  • Jennifer Smith November 28, 2018   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon understands the body from a being aspect or the energetic perspective. For me it makes so much sense as to why I choose to eat what I do and why I am seeking sugar, so that my awareness is dulled because I have been artificially stimulated. It really does put holes in the belief that a little bit of everything is good for you. Unfortunately a little bit of everything adds up and has one big huge effect on our body. Not only is our body hit with this, but so to is our relationship with our being, for it keep us always at arms length away from our soulful part, that which is connected to the everything and the all.

  • Michael Brown November 27, 2018   Reply →

    My favourite term for the intelligence of the universe at the moment is God. It’s helping me bridge the gap between Him and I.

  • SCE November 18, 2018   Reply →

    I gave up refined sugar around 10 years ago, and I have never looked back. Sugar is a drug that keeps us wanting more and with no nutritional value. Looking at the mental health states in children rising I am sure this is also to do with the increase in sugar that nationally is happening.

    • Lorraine December 23, 2018   Reply →

      I read the book ‘Pure, White and Deadly’ in my twenties, and so realised how harmful sugar was, and therefore made no place for it in my diet; this interview takes our understanding to a whole new level.

  • Michael Brown November 18, 2018   Reply →

    Our desire to eat to the level of obesity quite clearly came before the big sugar push from the industry.

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 11, 2018   Reply →

    It has been something that humanity has been slowly looking at the intake of sugar and the effects that it is having but there has been no real true exposure of the absolute harm it is causing and that is just on the functioning level. What Serge presents here opens it up to look at a deeper reasoning as to why as our humanity are we avoiding such truths.

  • Michael Brown November 8, 2018   Reply →

    The law of supply and demand works on a non-physical level as well as the shopping and retail scenario we all know and see on a day to day basis.

  • Christoph Schnelle November 3, 2018   Reply →

    This is a great way to show how much we co-operate and allow what is wrong in the world with sugar a good example. We minimise our perception of the harm, despite the obesity epidemic and few of us even realise how instrumental sugar is in the physiology of gaining weight.

  • Jennifer Smith November 2, 2018   Reply →

    Sugar like salt is one of the most insidiously used products used in food. Sugar in various forms has certainly been part of my life for my whole life. I have had periods of time where I have gone cold turkey and cut it out of my diet in every form. The first 3 weeks was always very difficult, but highlighted to be the emotional need I had to include this in my diet. What I recognised was that there was a part of me that ‘needed’ the sugar. My body didn’t need it whatsoever, but there was a part of me that was being exposed that I was not quite ready to look at.

  • Jennifer Smith November 2, 2018   Reply →

    Our relationship with food, whether it be sugar, salt or even over or under eating is never about the food itself but as revealed here the patterns underneath that are triggering us to numb or allow us not to feel what is really going on. We masterfully chose the items we do so that we are left alone by a world that does not want the reflection of what’s needed to shift these patterns that trigger our choices.

  • Jennifer Smith October 29, 2018   Reply →

    I love the analogy of us being the fish in the fish bowl. It’s so true because we do just keep going round and round in circles. Most of us feel this some of the time. What I love about Serge Benhayon’s presentations on this topic is that he expands on the fish bowl and what it means and the part we play as the fish, rather than just seeing the inevitability of continuously going around and around for nothing.

  • Christoph Schnelle October 27, 2018   Reply →

    The sugar lobby has been able to suppress the evidence of the harm of sugar because there is a big demand not to know the true impact of sugar on our body.

  • Michael Brown October 26, 2018   Reply →

    I love how the conversation goes so naturally from something like sugar to the magnitude of space.

  • Jennifer Smith October 24, 2018   Reply →

    Serge talks about people walking in a way where they are showing they have been crushed by society. I walked past a man yesterday who was out for a walk and he was looking facing the ground, he rarely looked forward and his arms were not moving, just hanging by his sides. How we move really does show where we are at and how engaged we are able to be with life and all in life.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 21, 2018   Reply →

    I love the way Serge Benhayon keeps exposing the many self-created blindspots humanity has chosen to keep running with.

  • Rebecca October 20, 2018   Reply →

    Sugar reminds me a lot of cigarettes – something that started off and in a lot of ways still is a normal, accepted and seemingly harmless part of our lives, and yet is slowly being exposed to be something far more harmful, unhealthy and addictive than we want to admit – and this is the point, like cigarettes and alcohol, sugar is one of those things we know we need to cut down on but don’t want to, and it is only when we look beneath the surface at what is really going on that we will be able to kick the sugar addiction

  • Michael Brown October 20, 2018   Reply →

    It doesn’t make sense to have an obese intelligent society, something is missing from that equation.

    • Ariana March 5, 2019   Reply →

      Could it be that what is missing is the connection with the body that is carrying the obesity around? And going deeper – could the lack of connection also be the the grand and vast love we are all within us?

  • rosanna bianchini October 19, 2018   Reply →

    It feels great to cut down the sugar intake and then refine it according to how it feels in my body. I now hate the raciness that once was completely normal – to the point I didn’t even feel it. I love the term you used Rebecca – ‘sugar abuse’, no question about it, it is indeed addictive.

  • Michael Brown October 17, 2018   Reply →

    I love the absence of ups and downs of a sugary existence.

  • Michael Brown October 15, 2018   Reply →

    I love eating with people, and making the meal about the family around the table rather than just stuffing my face haha. Definitely still oscillate between the two but know which one I much rather.

  • Jennifer Smith October 13, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is a great observer of life and a greater observer of himself in and through life. The detail to which he notes aspects and the whole is quite extraordinary and he communicates this very simply.

  • Jennifer Smith October 13, 2018   Reply →

    We really do need to re-imprint the human condition. For most of us we think that the way we live and its ramifications are just a part of life. We really have stopped to ask ourselves is this it, is this true or is there another way. With life progressing down a more and more devastating track, this will start to occur for most sooner rather than later.

  • Stephanie Stevenson October 12, 2018   Reply →

    My body resonates with the frequency of vibration and quality in the words Serge Benhayon delivers, Everything is that which is already known, and sometimes uncomfortable when exposing that which is not yet lived in full. Another opportunity for re-fining our choices, movement and expression.

  • Stephanie Stevenson October 12, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon presents and lives 24/7 from a deep innermost connection reflecting the grander, bigger picture of God and Universal Rhythms and Cycles. Serge meets everyone in their essence, where all are equal, regardless of nationality, gender or degree success in the world.

  • Mary October 12, 2018   Reply →

    That’s huge what is being said that we medicate ourselves to avoid feeling our power!
    That we are the ones the making choices to dull our awareness and then we blame it on others rather than taking responsibility for our own life style choices. How screwed up this that!
    These TV interviews are so needed because I don’t feel that anyone has approached this topic of obesity and health in such a way that it exposes the choices we make that the industry then supplies. We could take this model and look at the way we use recreational drugs, we demand the drugs so there is a supply. If we stop demanding there would be no supply. So my question is where is our responsibility in all of this.

    • Ingrid Ward November 4, 2018   Reply →

      It is huge Mary, and it makes me realise how powerful we all are, as it appears that so many are medicating non-stop and in a myriad of ways. So what is it about acknowledging our power that scares us the most? Maybe it’s because if we acknowledge it then we know we have to accept the responsibility that comes with it, and that is what makes us want to run for our most favourite form of medication, over and over again.

  • Michael Brown October 12, 2018   Reply →

    Haha “whistling in the wind” is a polite way of putting it – I have a different word than whistling that i’d use from experience of letting the being inside run riot.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 10, 2018   Reply →

    There is far more to everything we witness in life than what it looks like on the surface. Our relationship with food is great example of that and no one like Serge Benhayon to start to unravel it all and expose what is lurking below the facade.

  • Hm October 9, 2018   Reply →

    I’ve seen a lot of articles and documentaries on sugar and the industry. Sure it doesnt support us – but the fact is – and as shared here- that we are asking for this addiction. We are the demand and it is in most things these days.

    • Nattalija October 27, 2018   Reply →

      Yes it makes no sense but we feed the demand and as a society are not willing to question why we want it!

  • Michael Brown October 9, 2018   Reply →

    We are beings innately full of love making ourselves bodies full of fat and calories. Time to wake up and smell the sweetness we actually are.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 4, 2018   Reply →

    Its a steady commitment to build a relationship with the body and have our connection be about this first and foremost with our inner essence as opposed to be caught up our heads. Loving our body in this way but knowing that it is not be all and end all is key then we have the space to feel and appreciate what is actually coming through us.

    • Christoph Schnelle October 27, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, we have the observation, the understanding and the awareness, the space.

  • hm October 3, 2018   Reply →

    I have absolutely experienced that when things are going well, I’ll get pulled to eat sugar or carbs. It is a pattern where I have to appreciate there is much more at play than just someone who wants sugar. What I have come to understand through Serge Benhayon and a relationship with my body is that we are vessels that are used one way or another, and it is about us wanting to see beyond the physical outplay to understand how we are played with.

  • Joshua Campbell October 2, 2018   Reply →

    The joy and utter love, richness and vivacious exuberance oozes out of Serge in his every way and move. He is living the epitome of true health and well being. An inspiration for us all.

  • Jennifer Smith October 2, 2018   Reply →

    Its very beautiful to hear that the only reason why we are unaware of the intelligence of space and that is within space is simply because of the way we move. I have also realised that when we judge something or someone that this is a movement, so to is understanding. All is movement based on movement.

  • Jennifer Smith October 1, 2018   Reply →

    I love what Serge shares about the sun and space. As a result one can’t help but ask, what is space? or even how amazing is space if it holds many suns and planets? We can certainly not say that space is nothing. This reminds me of something that Serge has previously shared…”nothing is nothing.” So space can’t therefore be nothing.

  • Michael Brown October 1, 2018   Reply →

    The intelligence of space or the intelligence of obesity – which do we choose?

  • Jennifer Smith September 29, 2018   Reply →

    Such a wonderfully playful and enjoyable conversation on topics that are rarely approached in such a way. One thing that stood out from watching today was why are our greatest minds asking what is going on? We all know that a lot has changed over our lifetimes, but most things are not getting better. Our health as an example. I was in a city recently and 2 things stood out…how everyone is connected to a device be it phone or tablet, whether they are walking down the street, standing on a street corner, travelling on public transport. There is very little engagement with others, unless they are talking on their phones. The other thing that I noticed was the amount of homeless people there were. Why is this not front page news…all the time?

  • Ingrid Ward September 28, 2018   Reply →

    No matter he is talking about, Serge Benhayon always makes sense. I may have to sit with what he is presenting for a while as it often raises an uncomfortable reaction in my body, but once the accompanying squirming stops, the truth is revealed. This episode is no different as is makes so much sense of my old, and often very damaging, eating patterns when I fed my emotions, my exhaustion and even my excitement with foods full of sugar, dairy and carbohydrates. I remembered eating heaps when I was worried, but then when the worry ramped up, not being able to eat at all. It is so obvious that how and what we eat relates to how we are feeling inside and this Serge confirms so very simply and clearly.

  • andrewmooney26 September 27, 2018   Reply →

    What a great philosophical point here in this interview that we tend to think of space as being a void or empty because we cannot detect anything in it with our 5 senses but this does not mean that space is empty just because we don’t detect anything. What if space was very full of energy that we can allow ourselves to become more aware of? This would change how we view life completely.

    • Jennifer Smith October 1, 2018   Reply →

      I agree Andrew what if it’s our own perceptions that are not allowing us to understand that there is much more to space than emptiness. In fact there is no emptiness in space.

      • Nattalija October 22, 2018   Reply →

        A fullness that is only lived when are willing to feel the enormity of ourselves within it.

    • Janet October 13, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, Andrew. Serge Benhayon opens our eyes and our hearts to the fact that we are held within a stupendously loving space otherwise known as God’s body, which means we are surrounded by divine intelligence at all times.

  • Michael Brown September 26, 2018   Reply →

    How can you give something up when it is the unrest that needs to be discarded, not the substance.

  • Jonathan Stewart September 26, 2018   Reply →

    It is so true that in the very near future (15 to 20 years?) sugar will be acknowledged as being as harmful, if not more so, than smoking.

    • Nattalija October 20, 2018   Reply →

      The harm is far greater than we care to know as we are riddled with the levels of mis led research that champions a market based on profit margins over the health of humanity.

  • Jonathan Stewart September 26, 2018   Reply →

    Appreciating that the body is the vehicle for divine expression brings a whole more meaningful, deeper focus and purpose to life which leads to fulfilment, harmony and joy.

  • Mary September 24, 2018   Reply →

    These interviews are really quite revealing about how we live as a society. No other production is picking apart the issues that we are facing in society today.
    I have been told that the medical profession give out medals to people that have lived with Diabetes for 50 years, this shows me they have given up and thrown in the towel. To me it also gives a green light to people to be irresponsible and yet want the medical profession to be there on hand when they fall ill from their own choices.

  • Michael Brown September 23, 2018   Reply →

    Society needs to take a good hard look in the mirror and become disillusioned with the facade that it has built up over many many years.

  • Janet September 22, 2018   Reply →

    Yes, eating to dull ourselves down and reduce the connection to our power is something for us all to consider. This teaching stops us being victims of life and brings us into the driving seat of how we choose to be in the world.

  • Janet September 21, 2018   Reply →

    This episode has so many life-changing revelations in it, if we are open to what is being offered. The part about space blew me away, as I like others used to consider space as being empty, but now I can feel the truth of the fact that it is filled with love and constant communication.

  • Rik Connors September 20, 2018   Reply →

    Very very interesting to hear we eat to numb who we truly are. So who am I and what is the power and responsibility I hold? Awareness? Sensitivity? I don’t like to admit I have the ability to bring people back to their essence through celebration of being with them in no matter what they do but by who they are to.

  • Janet September 20, 2018   Reply →

    I really appreciate how Serge Benhayon blames no-one for the way the world is, but brings responsibility back to our own doorstep, reminding us about the grandness of our being and what we let take over that diminishes our innate power.

  • Janet September 19, 2018   Reply →

    Whether it is harming ourselves with food, drugs, alcohol or other things we consume, it is clear from what Serge Benhayon presents here that our ‘wanton spirit’ is addicted to whatever keeps us away from our innate power and responsibility. This is a wake up call for everyone…

  • Janet September 19, 2018   Reply →

    If you ever wanted to know the true difference between spirit and soul, this episode is a must watch. I have never heard it explained with so much clarity, and if we collectively take heed of this teaching and rein in the wanton character known as the human spirit, the levels of illness and disease and the world as we know it will be transformed.

  • Andrew Mooney September 16, 2018   Reply →

    This presentation on movement makes sense to me because I have noticed that when I slow down and move in a way that is in respect to my body, I seem to become more wise.

    • Janet September 19, 2018   Reply →

      Wow, quote of the day for me – “The human body is responsive to God directly” (SB). There is so much in this episode and I agree, Andrew, that the link between our movements and the quality of our presence is key to staying true to our divine essence.

  • Daivd September 15, 2018   Reply →

    When we are aware of space, purpose and true intelligence we have the ‘space’ to realise that we don’t have to crave the foods that lead to obesity and instead can heal what is pushing us to live in a way that is not full of love. As kids we have this natural ability, so in reality we are simply reconnecting to it not learning anything else.

  • Natalie Hawthorne September 14, 2018   Reply →

    It has been a fascinating journey for myself to explore and get to understand the layers to which I don’t want to accept my power. Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine have been extremely supportive with this and there has been and still is revelations after revelations exposing what I have chosen to not be all that I am. I am now committed to the best of my ability to not hold back, claim what I do feel and as a result it is exactly as what Serge has said I have been working on letting go of any food issues and it feels amazing.

    • Janet September 19, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, Natalie, as we become more honest about the ways we diminish ourselves in our power, we can make more consistent choices to bring our all.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 20, 2018   Reply →

      What Serge Benhayon is presenting is Gold. It is well worth considering how much of our perceived needs and daily behaviours are directly to do with a choice to dampen our awareness of our actual grandness and the responsibility that goes hand in hand with that?

  • Shami September 12, 2018   Reply →

    When Serge Benhayon talks, there is a universal order of all things that comes in to view. And no longer is this planet and the many lives that are here the most important thing, because when Serge brings in so much intelligence that is simple and beyond this world logical, it becomes clear to me that we, us humans, are on a path of return to something which has not been conventionally taught but is in fact our innate truth.

  • Michael Brown September 11, 2018   Reply →

    When will we stop to look at the way we are living? All it takes is a drop of honesty to change the ships course.

  • Michael Brown September 7, 2018   Reply →

    Which intelligence do we choose – the sugar or the universe?

  • Caroline Francis September 7, 2018   Reply →

    Unless I move in way that is true for me then quite simply every move I make is not from who I truly am. My movements are either based on long, held diminishing behaviours in reaction to people, situations, events – everything that is on the outside of me or they come from me and my connection to my body and innermost.

  • Rowena Stewart September 5, 2018   Reply →

    I love the way Serge Benhayon lifts the subject into a whole new sphere of understanding. When we are empowered to understand that the only reason such industries exist is because we have created the demand for them immediately cuts down any need to protest or campaign against them, all we need do is address the root causes within us that create the demand. End of story, end of industry.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 8, 2018   Reply →

      It is brilliant when the level of understanding, awareness and responsibility is taken to this level. If what Serge Benhayon presents is applied throughout life, so many of our world’s issues would sort themselves out in no time whatsoever.

  • Natalie Hawthorne September 4, 2018   Reply →

    This is what I love about Serge Benhayon and the philosophical approach to life, identifying the surface as just that but always no matter what going deeper and looking at the root cause of issues. To address it at the base level, heal this and the outplay be it overeating or whatever the suppressor starts to change without you even trying to fix it.

    • Gabriele Conrad September 22, 2018   Reply →

      And in this, the teachings of the Ageless Wisdom on the spirit and the Soul make sense and explain what is behind our conundrums, what is the root cause of all our afflictions and problems.

  • Michael Brown September 3, 2018   Reply →

    How is it that we have poverty and malnutrition but an extraordinary amount of obesity too? Seeing our success in problem solving, the only answer left is that we want it to be this way…

  • Lorraine Wellman September 1, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon brings in understanding on sugar to a very deep level, right back to spirit and soul, back to the internal power struggle with our wayward spirit.

  • Michael Brown September 1, 2018   Reply →

    Once you know energy, to forget it exists requires a decent amount of force.

  • Elizabeth Dolan August 31, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon presents the truth about obesity without any react or judgement. This is the only way we will be able to deal with the obesity crisis we currently have.

  • Jennifer Smith August 31, 2018   Reply →

    I agree with what Serge Benhayon has shared here on medicating to subdue our power and our responsibility. I can personally relate to this. I masterfully use food to do this very thing. I use it to dull what I am feeling. Its essentially an addiction, no different that someone who may chose to use alcohol or other substances. But I am not trying to not feel how hurt I have been through life, for me at this point is about not feeling the power that comes through when I am connected to me in full or my soul, which feels totally amazing by the way. Its quite a learning to observe this honestly and observe the ramifications for my choices.

  • Lorraine Wellman August 28, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon brings more facts and wisdom for people to understand what is truly going on, like how our choice of energy goes on to affect our choices.

  • Michael Brown August 26, 2018   Reply →

    Be it food or emotions, there is always a root cause, a movement if you will, that is behind the choice.

  • Christoph Schnelle August 26, 2018   Reply →

    There is a slowly increasing push for taxes on sugar and, like with taxes on cigarettes, they may even work in reducing consumption of sugar and perhaps even reduce obesity. However, at least in the US, a constant 80% of the population engage in harmful lifestyles and, over the last 50 years, simply switched from smoking to obesity.
    If it becomes harder to be obese, what would be next? Even more tattoos, more gaming, more screen time?

  • Michael Brown August 24, 2018   Reply →

    The big sugar industry is a vast entity in our society, but we must understand that it was made not by martians, but by all of us, the consumers and contributors.

  • Lorraine Wellman August 24, 2018   Reply →

    This is groundbreaking TV, so sit up and pay attention, you may well hear the answers to problems that science has been trying to fathom out for years.

    • Gabriele Conrad September 22, 2018   Reply →

      There is an immediacy when we live from our whole body that far outdoes and leaves behind any knowledge and tick boxes we hold in our head.

  • Joshua Campbell August 23, 2018   Reply →

    Whatever excuse or method we come up with to make it all look OK, will never change the fact that we are still choosing to be irresponsible by avoiding living who we truly are and that such a choice will incur its corrective karma.

  • Lieke Campbell August 23, 2018   Reply →

    I love how this is going deep because what we have been doing until now clearly is not working because the people with obesity are not suddenly loosing weight even though the connection between emotions and childhood trauma have been known for quite some time. This show there is more for us to look at and basically stop playing small as we just simply are so much more than we are currently thinking.

    • Michelle McWaters August 24, 2018   Reply →

      When I was 21 (1992) I travelled to America. At that time I had never really come across obese people and it was a shock to see how prevalent this disease was. Clearly, things have changed dramatically with the epidemic rise in this illness in all countries and there clearly has to be more going on under the surface. Nailing what that something is is a huge and important revelation. But are we ready to listen?

  • Michael Brown August 20, 2018   Reply →

    As long as we do not want to read what is truly going on in life, w will continue to pile the sugar in. The sugar is not what needs to be addressed, it’s our insatiable quench for comfort that needs to be unpicked and unravelled.

    • Christoph Schnelle November 3, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, the consumption of sugar is a consequence of other choices so we need the short-term energy and numbing that sugar provides. We could use something else as well but sugar is cheap and ubiquitous.

  • Karin Barea August 20, 2018   Reply →

    This is just the most amazing TV with constant gold being spoken. So inspiring to drop the mediocrity of eating sugar, that any buzz it may give is nothing when we could be feeling the wonders of the universe that is constantly passing through us.

  • Rachel Murtagh August 19, 2018   Reply →

    We can all feel and see that what we currently live is not working. In a single generation, obesity that was once a rarity is now so common, we would have to be blind not to ask … “what’s going on?” Serge provides the answer and if willing to go there, we could truly alter the way we currently live, to a far more healthy and vital way of being.

  • Jonathan Stewart August 17, 2018   Reply →

    The exposing the myth of the human condition for all humanities harming behaviours eliminates the excuse for them and firmly brings it back to the fact there existence is a product of our lack of responsibility.

  • Fiona L August 15, 2018   Reply →

    Its great how Rebecca brings in the everyday thoughts about things like space. We do see it as the bits of ‘nothingness’ in between ‘things’ rather than the ‘everythingness’ that is holding multiple suns.

  • Fiona L August 15, 2018   Reply →

    I love the way Serge Benhayon reminds us not to jump into an issue, take sides and get lost in complexity. Although the sugar industry is supplying something that is not good for our bodies, we the consumers have a thirst for it, so we have a huge responsibility. Understanding that we use sugar to dull the voice of the body and the power we can feel through it, is vital to understand the obesity crisis. People stop having a problem with food when they stop having a problem with who they are.

    • Lorraine Wellman August 23, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, it is always important to see what our part and responsibility in something has been.

  • Karin Barea August 15, 2018   Reply →

    This goes way beyond talking about obesity and sugar/food addiction and presents the grandness we try to avoid by numbing out, dulling down through food. This has blown my mind and all consideration that it is food we have the issue with. Introduce the big picture and I can see how food is just the means to an end, the end being not living in my brilliance. Oh and there’s so much more here too.

  • Michelle Mcwaters August 14, 2018   Reply →

    I love how Serge always looks at the whole picture, never a part in isolation. It comes in a package that is lovingly understanding, never in judgment. From this objective awareness, we are given permission to look into our patterns and behaviours and can begin to address them. Sugar has to be one of the planet’s most pernicious drugs – exposing why we crave it so much is a revelation if we are ready to go there.

  • Rik Connors August 13, 2018   Reply →

    “The problem is with who we truly are, not our problems” Serge Benhayon. If I heard this growing up I would of settled to understand and surrendered to who I truly was. Its a typical gold piece of wisdom from our World teacher Serge Benhayon.

  • Shevon Simon August 13, 2018   Reply →

    An excellent TV programme that I am watching again for the second time. Where else do we get such wisdom today but from Serge Benhayon.

    It is so easy to see and understand this worldwide epidemic of Obesity that our medical profession cannot explain having watched this.

    We are avoiding who we truly are and deep down I am sure every person in the world would agree to this and also attest to the hurts that have been in the way.

    However what the Ageless Wisdom here is presenting is that we do not have to stay stuck in that and that we can come out of it. Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine have been presenting on this for the last 19 years and many people have healed being Overweight and Obese and I have seen the evidence myself. I cannot deny that this is real and that what Serge is presenting if embraced works.

  • Michael Brown August 13, 2018   Reply →

    Obesity is one of those things that is a stark reminder of the fact that something is severely wrong here.

    • Christoph Schnelle August 26, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, previously it was smoking. Now it is obesity. Will it be mental illness from excessive screen use in the future?

  • Willem Plandsoen August 13, 2018   Reply →

    Great TV, that had me hanging on the edge of my seat. What an amazing set of revelations: the future is moving through us constantly, we only have to move in a way that can access it. For that our body needs training, and that is what Serge Benhayon provides for everybody, who is open to it. To move in such a way that all can access the grand intelligence he is also accessing.

  • Rachel Murtagh August 12, 2018   Reply →

    I love how the esoteric holds the answers to our problems… to understand that we crave sugar in order to not feel the true us and to avoid our true power through stillness and connection, all our ill behaviours and choices around this topic makes sense.

  • Rebecca August 12, 2018   Reply →

    I love the simplicity Serge brings to discussions that are made so complex, intense and tense – he brings it back to something that is not personal or an attach on any one person but an explanation of our collective responsibility

  • Michael Brown August 10, 2018   Reply →

    Love this – It is up to us to stop craving sugar not for companies to stop producing it. Otherwise what would our next step up for the craving look like?

  • Rachel Murtagh August 9, 2018   Reply →

    Sugar has to be one of the most “addictive drugs” legally sold everywhere. It is a common addition to every pre-packaged food item, we take it on in the form of chocolate, cake and in every which way, much to the detriment of our health, weight and nervous system. Coming off it can lead to palpations and extreme craving. Understanding why we need it and crave it goes a long way to cutting it out of our lives.

    • Michelle Mcwaters August 25, 2018   Reply →

      Slowly, very slowly we are becoming aware of the harmful nature of sugar. Like tobacco, it will one day be known for the drug that it is and our laws will change to compensate.

  • Christoph Schnelle August 9, 2018   Reply →

    There is more and more evidence that it is sugar rather than fat that physically makes us obese. It is quite counterintuitive that all those ‘lite’ foods low in fat and high in sugar are the harming ones while nuts and olive oil and other fats are quite innocent.

  • Andrew Mooney August 8, 2018   Reply →

    It is fascinating to consider that our health and medicine is far bigger than just the physical body but that there is an energetic aspect or spiritual aspect at play that is affecting the physical body and that true medicine or healing needs to address this spiritual aspect.

    • Jonathan Stewart August 17, 2018   Reply →

      The validity of what you propose Andrew is repeatedly demonstrated by the health of who are treated by members of the Esoteric Practitioner’s Association in conjunction with orthodox medicine and live a life based on the principles of The Way of The Livingness.

  • Julie Matson August 8, 2018   Reply →

    What stood out from the section of the interview I listened to was the bit about feeling hunger pains and are we actually hungry or is something coming up that we have been trying to suppress. This brings into question how much of our food do we eat to suppress what we feel?

    • Karin Barea August 15, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, it’s really worth reflecting on this. I see it in everyday life and with myself, people stress eating to keep anxiety at bay.

  • Hm August 8, 2018   Reply →

    The fact that there is so much more to our choices than ‘just because we feel like it’ is key to be explored. If we are willing to see the energy behind our choices, what we are saying yes too and how this plays out in our lives, we have a much deeper understanding of why we behave the way we do.

  • Natalie Hawthorne August 7, 2018   Reply →

    Wow over millions of years of exploring free will that we then arrive in the physical form. So how long has it actually been, because if we look at when life started that’s a long time ago. If we look were we are today we are creating a way of being that is so far from our essence that it is going to take something pretty enormous to shake us out of such a waywardness. Health and Wellness is showing that the way we are living is not it, what else do we want to happen before we say ok enough.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh August 29, 2018   Reply →

      We have a huge section of the health system trained to work with the psychological and emotional aspect of life to deal with issues in life. Yet there is still a lack of acceptance and understanding about the power of the body on a particle level to support us back to a settled, empowered and harmonious relationship with life and hence outside of Universal Medicine I have seen very little focus so far on offering this kind of support..

  • Samantha Davidson August 7, 2018   Reply →

    We consume, we are the consumers, if it did not sell, it would not be sold….we need to go there and feel the depth of our unrest and tension and not discount that we know otherwise. We are energetic beings first, but the body needs to be supported and loved to live all that the being is, the body is a vehicle that we are here to support and live from, not abuse.

  • Michael Brown August 4, 2018   Reply →

    It is symbolic that we do not truly care, that obesity can be so high but we continue buying more food than ever before.

    • Janet September 20, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, Michael, when Serge presents that the ‘wanton spirit’ is out of control, we cannot but agree because the state of our bodies (and minds) exposes the truth of it.

    • David December 12, 2018   Reply →

      Indeed Michael, but when we love our food more than truth or feeling the magnificence we are that is but the result.

  • Jennifer Smith July 30, 2018   Reply →

    I love what Serge Benhayon shared about using food to escape our power and not feel who we truly are. I know this to be true for me. For example, if I have an amazing day at work, where the day has flowed and I have been present for the whole day with clients and colleagues and am not disturbed by something that happens out of the blue, I can still come home and overeat, eat sugary foods etc. It seems weird to overeat to numb feeling how amazing I have felt all day, but I do and I am certainly not hungry. Its quite incredible to observe this because basically, I am watching a spirit, who is wanting to delay as much as possible its return to a soulful way of being.

    • Stephanie Stevenson August 16, 2018   Reply →

      I can totally relate to this Jennifer – being fully present and everything is harmonious and focussed in the day – ‘too good to be true’ whispers that voice in the mind and reaching for the sugar to not feel the tension of lived delay – easily dulls down our amazingness.

  • Jennifer Smith July 28, 2018   Reply →

    The depth of this conversation is exquisite. Our choice in food is so much more than the perfect diet. We clearly calculate what we eat based on how we want to measure our own awareness and how deeply we wish to connect to our soul.

  • Michael Brown July 27, 2018   Reply →

    It is society not the companies that are the ‘big sugar’, as so well explained in this interview.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 26, 2018   Reply →

    We are not stupid and we are not weak minded. If that was why we keep perpetuating behaviours that are damaging to our health, the numerous ways we have tried to help people who are addicted or dependant on something might have paid off. Obesity would by now no longer be through the roof. But the picture we see tells us that there is something else going on. Isn’t it time we paid much more attention to such wisdom as is shared here by Serge Benhayon?

  • Matilda Bathurst July 23, 2018   Reply →

    When we look at problems superficially and try and fix them from there, we miss the cores issues and causes for our wayward choices.

  • Rowena Stewart July 22, 2018   Reply →

    Proper Soul TV through and through. Only watch this if you want the real answers to Life, The Universe and our real purpose here on Earth.

  • Jennifer Smith July 21, 2018   Reply →

    Its so important to explore for ourselves the reasons why we eat what we eat. We will find a whole range of unresolved emotions, ideal and beliefs that all at the end of the day are harming our bodies, no matter how ‘healthy’ or ‘good for us’ the foods may be.

  • Michael Brown July 18, 2018   Reply →

    How can we consider ourselves intelligent when the Universe is demonstrating non-stop that there is SO MUCH MORE. Pure arrogance.

  • Rowena Stewart July 18, 2018   Reply →

    I for one was definitely propping up the sugar industry prior to meeting Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine. Weaning myself off the product was not about discipline and will power, never a strong point of mine, but in being prepared to face my hurts, rejection issues and self-loathing supported by the immensely powerful, compassionate Universal Healing Modalities on offer. Once faced, felt and released from my body, the hurts that were driving the sugar addiction gently melted away proving that if we focus on the inner causes behind our negative behaviours, our external habits naturally correct themselves.

  • HM July 18, 2018   Reply →

    Supply and demand comes up again as something we have to fundamentally look at as a society. What we crave is offered to us until such point we make a different choice.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 23, 2018   Reply →

      Oh how we love to point the finger and act as if we have had nothing to do with the ills we are seeing. I love the way Serge Benhayon keeps inviting us to go deeper and how such a process invariably reveals that we are not the victims that we often imagine ourselves to be.

  • Rachael Evans July 16, 2018   Reply →

    This interview is completely ground breaking. In less than an hour Serge answered everything that ‘science’ is looking for to stop obesity and the other related ‘life-style diseases’ that come from sugar. I wonder how much money is actually spent on research year after year when all we actually need to address is our relationship with ourselves and the depth of love and wisdom that we are all connected to.

    • Janet September 21, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, Rachael, it would seem that we as a society look in every direction for answers apart from where the truth lies…within ourselves.

  • Jonathan Stewart July 16, 2018   Reply →

    “Sit up, pay attention to every word, stay connected, and Serge and Rebecca will take you where very few have ventured to answer a question that is far more than a health issue, but goes to the very nature of our being…” As a classic TV series used to say, ‘To venture where no man has gone before’, in this case Serge and Rebecca take us to universes of understanding not previously explored by humanity that explain so much of the human condition.

  • Rowena Stewart July 15, 2018   Reply →

    “Going all the way” with Serge Benhayon means dropping out of the normal realms of victimhood, blame, excuses and avoidance into the real crux of the matter, our relationship with our soul and our dogged resistence to living in accordance with the immense love that we are.

    • Nattalija August 6, 2018   Reply →

      The game of avoidance is thick and fast! There are so many excuses lived that keep us in the drama and complication of life, what joy and simplicity is a simple breath away!

  • HM July 14, 2018   Reply →

    So fascinating to hear this and to also have a ‘brown out’ when Serge talks about being in our essence. It shows once more that the spirit is a huge part of us that knows how to manipulate the body. But when we truly connect to the soul, so much comes through us, and there is no individuality.

  • Jonathan Stewart July 13, 2018   Reply →

    I love how Serge when discussing any topic, whether it be obesity, drugs, sex, education, love, etc., he always brings a perspective that is not the norm which brings understanding to those subjects that have perplexed humanity for centuries.

    • Christoph Schnelle August 9, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, and it is everybody’s choice to check for themselves whether that understanding makes sense for them personally and whether it works.

  • Jonathan Stewart July 13, 2018   Reply →

    The simplicity with which Serge Benhayon communicates the understanding of the Spirit makes comprehending the complexities of life common sense.

  • Rowena Stewart July 13, 2018   Reply →

    I love how Rebecca and Serge go ‘all the way’ with this subject and hence head into the heart of the matter of why we seek medication in the form of sugar in the first place. It just confirms to me that the world we live in today sits on a foundation of medication and indulgence that we have created in order to avoid our most fundamental responsibility, to connect with our soul and live in obedience to our immense wisdom, love and integrity.

  • Rowena Stewart July 13, 2018   Reply →

    It is true. If we fully resolve our need for sugar, the demand naturally falls away. I know personally that the more I have connected to my sacredness inside and its deep sweetness, the less I have needed to seek a substitute for it in my diet or the outside world.

  • Michael Brown July 12, 2018   Reply →

    Pretty much everything contains sugar now, not just sweets but all manner of savoury items now contain added sugar to some degree.

  • Rowena Stewart July 11, 2018   Reply →

    Once again Serge Benhayon turns the conversation on its head, steering it well away from the usual approach of blaming the outside world right back to the internal power struggle between our Divine Souls and our wayward spirits. Serge Benhayon plonks all the answers right in front of us, again and again, showing us that the way home is through connecting and honouring the bodies we live in and in doing so, how we hold the power of resurrection, not the Sugar Industry.

  • Rik Connors July 9, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith at their best .. what can you say after that but glorify The Livingness and the intelligence always on offer through the body (not from the body). I love the ancient wisdom and the fact presented how our future is running through us all the time every time. We are space and from space bigger than the SUN.
    This interview captures the wisdom of the Soul so very well. It is a great testament to every presentation I have attended with Serge Benhayon — wisdom is alwasy delivered immersing you in clarity on what personally you sit with and how ’stuff’ holding you back just does not belong. Thus is the exquisite representation of the Soul and the awareness it brings, and I thought I was always hungry Huh!

  • Shami July 9, 2018   Reply →

    This is so amazing, what Serge Benhayon talks about here. How there is not a need to focus on the problem to come up with solutions, but rather to begin to consider the fact that we could be very powerful, beautiful and sensitive beings who are looking to avoid living that in full responsibility.

  • Lucy Dahill July 9, 2018   Reply →

    It is time to consider the extra-ordinary in the ordinary and start living this in our lives.

  • Danna Elmalah July 9, 2018   Reply →

    I absolutely agree with all that is shared in this interview. A very powerful message that we have indeed not been willing to receive as a humanity.
    Thank you for sharing what is so valuable – love in its true philosophy and true connection. Lets take on board what has been shared..

  • Carmel Reid July 8, 2018   Reply →

    This is a great episode for understanding the shenanigans of the Spirit and to see where we can avoid getting to know who we truly are

  • Michelle Mcwaters July 8, 2018   Reply →

    Such a profound and inspiring conversation! Thank you Serge and Rebecca.

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 8, 2018   Reply →

    Serge and Rebecca are on fire, this episode is worth gold and just love the joy that is felt with the absolute truth and multidimensionality that Space is offering us all.

  • Nico van Haastrecht July 7, 2018   Reply →

    Because we have given the spirit power above being deeply connected to our body, it is able to control us in many more ways then we are aware off while it even makes us to belief that we are it and not from the cunningness of the spirit that has a complete other agenda.

  • Nico van Haastrecht July 7, 2018   Reply →

    There is a life to be lived, in which we can explore that there is another, more natural to us way of living possible then we are taught. We are amazing human beings that are able to live in harmony as multidimensional beings and it is worth to move on with this and to give it our all as it is our destined destination, we can only accelerate or delay it by our movement.

  • Tricia Nicholson July 7, 2018   Reply →

    The understanding awareness and rawness of this revolutionary look at the subject of sugar and obesity and the depth of what we are all shying away from is beautifully shared here with a realness that we can all learn from and bring to our lives with the truth of what is really going on and our choices with this.

  • HM July 7, 2018   Reply →

    I love hearing what is behind why we crave sugar – and why our spirit wants to control the body by making it out of control – using anything to take us out of being present. It makes sense to what is truly going on and gives us the ability to look at what is behind so-called cravings. If we can look at not having a problem with who we truly are and be responsible with how we are living.

  • Marianna July 7, 2018   Reply →

    What I liked was the explanation that was offered regarding what in fact drives our choices. We think it is “us” that makes the conscious or not so conscious choices in our day to day lives and we believe we have an explanation as to why – BUT little do we think that we are, in many instances, being driven away from our greater, Divine, inner aspect, (our Soul) AND in fact that is what we are actively choosing, “thinking” within the more comfortable confines of our physical world.

  • Mary July 6, 2018   Reply →

    I so appreciate Rebecca’s honesty when she explains that she has a ‘brown out’ that basically she doesn’t want to hear what Serge is presenting and so switches off. And this happens to us all a lot of the time. I have had experiences where I have felt very sleepy in some presentations and I know it is this part of me that does not want to be exposed in running the body contra to how it should be living. I am only just starting to be aware that there is another energy that is in control of my body. So my question has to be why are we not taught about energy from day dot. Why have we allowed this knowing to be subverted to such an extent that it has been lost to us? To the point that when I raise this fascinating subject in conversation people think that I’m some sort of lunatic that’s off her head?
    But what Serge Benhayon is representing is not new it was known by the ancient Greeks and other cultures thousands of years ago, and yet here we are living in a so called ‘modern society’ that is completely devoid of this understanding of our bodies and the energies that run them? Why is this?

    • Matilda Bathurst July 23, 2018   Reply →

      It is amazing to consider what is happening when we ‘brown out’ – and if we can be honest when we do, it is revealed that we are avoiding the responsibility of living the fullness of who we are.

  • Mary July 6, 2018   Reply →

    This is a huge topic to discuss and what struck me is the honesty that Rebecca has when she says we are eating out of control to avoid feeling something and then goes on to explain that research has shown that there is a trigger usually a hurt that has not been dealt with. So is this why the modalities of Universal Medicine are so successful because they support people to look at the hurt and the painful experiences and in getting to the ‘nitty gritty’ of the issue so to say then the problems just melt away. I know from my own experience with Universal Medicine modalities that this is true and life then become so much freer as there seems to be more space to breathe.

  • Matilda Bathurst July 5, 2018   Reply →

    Another 56 minutes of absolute gold from Serge and Rebecca… if we are ready to go there and open ourselves up to some universal intelligence it is all here on offer.

  • Nico van Haastrecht July 5, 2018   Reply →

    It is a collective responsibility to look at the role we give sugar in our world. We actually do not need it to keep a healthy and vital body, so there must be an another reason why there is a high demand for it and therefore it is wise to look at this episode as it reveals many of the hidden and unseen movements that makes us go for the sugar and do not choose for the truth in life.

    • Lucy Dahill July 9, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, if we simply blame sugar something else will be needed to take its place. To consider the role sugar plays and why we use it / need it is the only way to then understand how to heal that which has called for the crutch in the first place.

  • Fumiyo Egashira July 5, 2018   Reply →

    I am just amazed at how this interview begins with talking about obesity, then ends up talking about evolution and the intelligence that we have access to but are not choosing. No holding back whatsoever. Very revealing of how our usually approach of problem/reaction/solution model is tunnel-visioned and would not change anything.

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 4, 2018   Reply →

    This is one extraordinary episode and the way Serge and Rebecca kept going deeper and deeper is the simple testiment that Space is Everything. Such a great inspiration in connecting to what is on offer, what we are apart of and where we come from.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 8, 2018   Reply →

      It is remarkable how when we choose to open up, deepen our understanding and truly go there with any topic, we are destined to eventually consider and connect to the stupendousness of our true essence. Wonderful how Serge Benhayon’s presentations support us, if we choose it, to speed up this process.

  • Jennifer Smith July 4, 2018   Reply →

    I love how Serge speaks about who we are, our essence and life with such depth, but in a way that is very simple and applicable to life. I could listen to this over and over.

    • David September 19, 2018   Reply →

      Jennifer agree fully – the depth of wisdom is incredible and yet the simplicity is there throughout.

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 4, 2018   Reply →

    Wowzers Serge if you can sum up your book on Space with such depth and enormity imagine what the book has in it!

  • Melinda Knights July 2, 2018   Reply →

    Listening to Serge there is always the opportunity to learn so much. What was particularly humbling was the information about space, that it’s not just intelligence but also the atmic body of a number of beings. That’s what we live and move in, and the awareness of this brings an incredible sacredness to life and to ourselves.

  • Jennifer Smith July 2, 2018   Reply →

    Although the presentation of what is spirit and what is soul simple, it takes time, commitment and a willingness to observe, to understand how this plays out in our own lives.

    • Nico van Haastrecht July 5, 2018   Reply →

      Indeed Jennifer, although we think we understand spirit and soul with the mind, we have to be very carefully because the spirit has its own trickery to avoid being recognised in our every day life.

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 2, 2018   Reply →

    From young I have known that what is going on around me was not what was really going on, however with everything around us saying that your not it, that you need to be something else is where we totally loose sight of any essence that we know to be true and who we truly are.

  • Michael Brown July 1, 2018   Reply →

    This interview is so beautifully open and uncut, just how all should be.

    • Matilda Bathurst July 5, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, humble and real, this interview is an open invitation to us all to explore our relationship with space and responsibility.

  • Nattalija July 1, 2018   Reply →

    Bringing truth to all the excuse we use to stop ourselves from feeling the true power we all hold within.

  • Joseph Barker July 1, 2018   Reply →

    These videos ought to be watched by the whole world. Yet the fact that they are not (yet) is not down to restricted access but the reality that for most fight and resist the truth in life.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 30, 2018   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon presents. He says it as is and does not hold back from exposing anything that goes against love and care of all humanity for the rot that it perpetuates. But he does not stop there and it is never about doom and gloom nor pointing the finger. He always inspires a far deeper observation of what is at play, which offers a greater sense of humility, responsibility, possibility and empowerment.

  • Ingrid Ward June 29, 2018   Reply →

    What a riveting episode this is from the wisdom shared about sugar, the spirit and the soul. The way Serge Benhayon explains the difference between spirit and soul is so refreshing and makes so much sense of the so-called challenges of life, which now I realise were, in the main, at the instigation of my spirit. How very different my life would have been if this had been shared with me as a young child.

  • Joseph Barker June 29, 2018   Reply →

    What started out as a simple chat about obesity ends up blowing your mind and presenting the truth about the whole of life. But this is par for the course with any talk with Serge. He goes to the essence of everything.

    • Ingrid Ward July 4, 2018   Reply →

      I too love the directions this interview took, covering so many topics, so much wisdom shared and so much joy in the interviewing from Rebecca Asquith and the life-changing answers from Serge Benhayon. I felt it went on forever but not for one moment was I bored or wanted to walk away from the screen. More in depth interviews like this please.

    • Rowena Stewart July 19, 2018   Reply →

      So true Joseph, all in and all the way, Serge Benhayon takes us straight to the heart of the matter every time, no beating about the bush. True education in all forms, presented by a man who walks his talk to the hilt.

  • Carmel Reid June 29, 2018   Reply →

    ‘We eat to muffle our sadness’ this is so true, we don’t eat because we are hungry, most of us eat for the effect the food has on our vibration, and our ability to feel.

  • kehinde james June 28, 2018   Reply →

    Another layer uncovered: obesity is not simply a reponse to past hurts and abuse, but from not truly living the brilliance of who we are and this is the greatest hurt of all.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 28, 2018   Reply →

    Wow there is so much covered by Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith here. It is so significant that it is never about mind control and forcing yourself to change your behaviour. As always Serge Benhayon’s presentation invites us to observe what we see in life as a reflection of our chosen relationship with the expression of our true essence. Not as an ideal, dogma or even a belief, but as a deepening understanding of the energetic dynamics that go on behind the scene.

  • Jennifer Smith June 28, 2018   Reply →

    “We know more about everything, than at any other time in the world, and yet our problems are still escalating” What Serge Benhayon has said here is something worth stopping and considering. If we know more about everything, we have to ask ourselves how much does this level of knowledge really provide support to everyone. I recall in my own life needing to complete course after course I thought this would be of a greater support. But it only put me in a place where I continually doubted myself because I didn’t know enough, therefore stimulating my need to do more and more. Knowledge is not the be all and end all because we have to look at the whole picture. Does having knowledge help be more loving with people in my life, including myself? Does it assist me in develop an honest way of expressing all that is to be expressed? It certainly did none of that for me.

  • Joshua Campbell June 27, 2018   Reply →

    I am sure I am not the only one who finds what Serge shares can be quite confronting but equally empowering. We can choose to react to what he shares and resist and fight and even retaliate but what value does that bring anyone? This world is loaded with lies and the best place to start is to be honest with how much we have let ourselves be fouled by them.

    • Michael Brown October 23, 2018   Reply →

      Buttons get pushed for sure, but they can be the button we need to go up a floor on our metaphorical elevator of life 🙂

  • Peta Lehane June 27, 2018   Reply →

    Such a joy to watch this as I did the dishes this evening…my whole body feels the expansion of all that was brought through space in this very beautiful exchange, an interview par excellence. Thank you both.

  • Lieke Campbell June 27, 2018   Reply →

    This explains why we can eat something that makes us feel more tired and heavy after we have eaten it than before. There is no logic to this and actually it is really clearly not wise but as long as we keep going we won’t see it or are choosing to not see it by the way we move.

  • Jennifer Smith June 27, 2018   Reply →

    OMG…This conversation is a keeper. I adore everything in this episode. Starting with our relationship with food to then discussing what really is space and the everything in between. Both Serge and Rebecca have reach a new point in this amazing series. This is true education.

  • Michael Brown June 27, 2018   Reply →

    I love how Serge brings it back to the responsibility of the consumer.

    • Matilda Bathurst July 5, 2018   Reply →

      Waking us up to the part we all play in everything, yes very cool.

  • Jennifer Smith June 27, 2018   Reply →

    I love the explanation of our relationship with food. In fact how often do we sit and talk about the fact that we all have a relationship with food and then, what is the quality of that relationship? How do we use food, or should I say how do we allow the spirit within to use the food we consume? This exquisite conversation invites a deeper look into why, how and what we eat, and asks us to consider what we are choosing to eat and why.

  • Joshua Campbell June 26, 2018   Reply →

    Wow! What more can be said? Serge has basically answered all our questions about who we are, where we come from, why we are here, why life is so upside down for most and why nothing makes sense. Whether we like to humble up to the facts presented or not, does not change the truth.

  • Leigh Matson June 26, 2018   Reply →

    I’d agree in that whenever my diet goes off the rails, theres a feeling of tension and underneath that theres a feeling of beauty and amazingness within me to be aware of that I had chosen to avoid.

  • rosanna bianchini June 26, 2018   Reply →

    The root cause of obesity, psychology of the spirit, True Movement and living the future now, Rebecca and Serge really go there, love the conversational style, honesty, exposés and love between these two.

  • Stephanie Stevenson June 26, 2018   Reply →

    Wow…Phenomenal, powerful interview between Rebecca Asquith and Serge Benhayon diving deep to bring wisdom, clarity and insight of the power that our spirit has in controlling our movements to keep us capped from being the grand, multidimensional beings we are in truth. This will be replayed and enjoyed many times over for a deeper understanding of this truth in the body.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 26, 2018   Reply →

    It is remarkable how when looking to expand our understanding of any issue in life, the thread always eventually leads to the need to deepen our awareness of the difference between spirit and Soul and how this impacts human life. I love how Serge Benhyaon’s presentations so simply and clearly offer the clues and the space that help unravel the complicated ideals and beliefs we may hold and go deeper.

    • Jennifer Smith January 2, 2019   Reply →

      Serge explains it in so many ways, so very simply, constantly reminding us of this truth. But given that we have ignored this for so long, it takes a while before we can embody this teaching as simple as basic as it is.

  • Rowena Stewart June 26, 2018   Reply →

    Sugar is a deadly substance. Not only is it highly addictive, it strips our body of vital nutrients, attacks our teeth and gums, crashes our blood sugar balance and over-rides our hormone system. Weaning myself off it has been one of the best decisions ever made and all made possible by learning how to connect to my body and become aware of the real consequences of consuming this lethal substance. When we are supported to care for our being-ness within, it can radically change the quality of our health as we begin to refine what we consume based on how it makes us feel.

    • jennym August 4, 2018   Reply →

      Not only do we need to get honest about how sugar makes us feel we need to acknowledge how the raciness it causes shuts down our awareness to what is really going on.

    • hm December 13, 2018   Reply →

      Sugar is an addictive substance and we ignor the cocequences until it really hits us.

  • Caroline Francis June 26, 2018   Reply →

    Isn’t it beautiful when we feel the root cause for the reason we eat sugar? As I begin to live again since I was a child the power of who I truly am, I am learning to be aware of when another tries to cut me down… the energy of supremacy. It can be sneaky and shocking but it can come through anyone including those you least expect. It is about reading and seeing everything as energy and not because of who the person is in terms of looks, relationship in the past or what they can do.

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