Episode 17 – The Body is the Marker of Truth

There are times in life when everything seems to come into a sharper focus, when we go inward and reassess and sometimes even reset the foundations of how we have been living. Sometimes this self-reflection is unprompted, but more often than not it is an event that will provide the catalyst for the inward deepening – a ‘stop’ moment that gives us pause to reflect on all of our thus far actions and behaviours.

If we maximise the opportunity of this reflective time (while attending to all the needed interventions), what does it reveal?

What then is the role of notable occurrences in our evolutionary process?

If we are to take the approach of ‘life being a series of random events’ then we are the victim of haphazard wizardry; a mere strike without warning and without apparent cause or reason. But what if we applied the Soul’s intelligence and considered that there is more to it than that? What then?

In this conclusive interview with Adam Warburton, Serge Benhayon provides insight into an energetic understanding of love and responsibility that starkly illustrates the widespread malaise of modern humanity.


  • Mary February 15, 2020   Reply →

    We all know that the media in order to sell newspapers, a television program etc., has to sensationalise what it is they are selling to hook people into buying or watching it’s a well know form of distraction. The whole industry is based off money, the more they can get people to part with their money the more profit they make via advertising. This has been going on for years and we are all part of the game as we want to be entertained. So is it possible that because of our need to be entertained we take a step or two away from the mundaneness of our own lives for a brief moment and can abuse someone else which eases our constant ill at ease of knowing that there is something missing from our lives that we are not prepared to own up to.

  • Willem Planndsoen February 4, 2020   Reply →

    Great interview in which Serge Benhayon so clearly and simply describes what the role of disease is, which clearly not a punishment but a correction.

  • Mary January 18, 2020   Reply →

    To me it seems that we have chosen to live over many life times in a way that is incongruent with our evolution and this has impacted our bodies. So it makes complete sense to me that the balance has to be restored because one of the laws of the universe is to live in balance and harmony with the all that there is.

  • mary January 18, 2020   Reply →

    This is a very ‘meaty’ discussion that is just asking us to consider the what if’s of illness and dis-ease. With all the modern medicine and technology that we have at our finger tips humanity is very sick and getting sicker. To me this interview is asking us the question what is our responsibility in this.

  • Matilda Bathurst January 18, 2020   Reply →

    Amazing interview giving so much insight and support for our understanding of illness and disease. Thank you

  • Melinda Knights January 15, 2020   Reply →

    Reincarnation usually has quite a negative slant with retribution and punishment as key themes, that has never sat right with me because in my heart I knew God was love and love doesn’t punish. You only have to look into the natural world to see the order, awe and beauty to see some of the way God works. When you consider how out of step humans are to the order in nature you begin to realise why reincarnation is needed, there is a Universal order we are aligned to also as souls, and this human form has stepped so far away from it that a loving process is set in place until we return to who we truly are. Deeply humbling interview, thank you.

  • Leigh January 13, 2020   Reply →

    Beautiful interview. What I really love is how illness and disease is explained. Without reaction or judgement of such processes of clearing but embracing it for what it is.

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