Episode 6 - Understanding the Beingness that Constitutes the Human Being

What happens before anxiety becomes anxiety? What happens before dementia becomes dementia? What is the nature of our dis-ease before it becomes a physical and nameable disease?

We each have our own favourite flavour that we use to check out and numb ourselves from the mundanity of life. Yet the why remains. Why, when we are deeply sensitive multi-dimensional beings, do we distract ourselves with chips, television, gaming, drugs, and or ice cream?

In this insightful interview Serge Benhayon takes the ‘100 steps back’ from some very human problems to look at the human being when the ‘beingness’ of the human gets denied and buried. Beyond this he explores the vibrant beauty of what life can look like when the being is fostered and nurtured in a way “that society is yet to comprehend.”

And P.S. if you ever felt like you wanted to blame your parents for how your life turned out, even just a little bit… make sure you watch the second half of this episode.


  • Vicky Cooke August 17, 2021   Reply →

    True Medicine delivered right here. So rich with content and sharing, so much is given here. Truly beautifull. One to watch again and again and again and to support us in and with our interactions with ourselves and others. Listening to this episode again I also really appreciated how as we develop, learn, grow and evolve our relationship with the Ageless Wisdom deepens. I have watched this many times before but this time got a different sense, feeeling, awareness and understanding of what is being presented here. Also to appreciate the relationship between Rebecca and Serge and what this offers the viewer in so many ways. We get to see and feel how relationships can be and how enriching true expression and communication can be.

  • Melinda Knights March 23, 2020   Reply →

    We have constructed a life for the human but not the human being. I have always known there was more to life but after decades of searching for the truth, for that ‘thing’ that was missing it wasn’t until I came to the work of Serge Benhayon that I realised what I was looking for was me. The multidimensional inner being Serge and Rebecca talk about was so buried under hurts, trauma’s, behaviours and patterns, but as that has lifted with the support of Universal Medicine and their therapies I have been able to reconnect to me and begin living from my being again – the ‘me’ I remember knowing and expressing as a child. The emptiness and search for something was actually for the whole me. It’s astonishing really that we live in a model of life that steers us so precisely away from our true selves.

  • Melinda Knights July 5, 2019   Reply →

    As human beings we find ourselves in a peculiar predicament, we don’t truly know the depths of ourselves as beings, and we have somehow managed to create a life on the surface and made it look normal, and that this is who we are… when we are so much more.

  • Mary May 26, 2019   Reply →

    The more I understand the teachings of the ageless wisdom the more I understand life. Understanding life gives me such a confidence that when something comes up which would have been overwhelming in the past and I would have got lost in the overwhelm and emotion I now have the confidence to handle it and move on this way of living is so different to my old ways it’s like chalk and cheese. This proves to me that we are indeed living contra to how we should be living.

  • Mary May 25, 2019   Reply →

    I can honestly say that no one explained to me about being consciously present in my body. I saw a psychotherapist for over 20 plus years never once was this subject discussed between us. Looking back over that period of time I would have thought that psychology would have known about this? It wasn’t until I met Serge Benhayon and listened to his presentations that I heard about being present in my body. We are not taught about our beingness either and it makes complete sense to me now that if we are not present within our bodies but living from our minds then we are not in control over what happens. We would not put a ship to sea without a captain at the controls, but we seem to be willing to go around in our minds with no one in charge of our bodies, is this how we can then so easily trash them? Because lets be honest we do trash our bodies

  • Viktoria May 11, 2019   Reply →

    If we don’t acknowledge the being, we are left confused as to why life happens the way it does. If we don’t acknowledge that there is more to life than just physicality, than bricks and stones, we will forever remain fooled.

  • Viktoria May 6, 2019   Reply →

    We have a being inside of us, how can we even question it? The thoughts and the emotions that run through our body. Our 6th sense we observe in sometimes knowing what another person is thinking, when we are being lied to or when two people don’t like each other and they don’t even have to say anything for us to see it, the moment we turn around just as somebody is coming to scare us. All of these things are proof that there is more than just physical. In all of these scenarios we have felt energy, we have registered energy and understood what it is communicating.

  • Viktoria April 18, 2019   Reply →

    There is so much for us to undiscover when it comes to the beingness, we live in a world where everything has to be physical in order for it to be real. Writing that I can see how prevalent it is for me – how much I am owned by my perception & the way I see the world is tainted with that.

  • Ariana March 29, 2019   Reply →

    “P.S. if you ever felt like you wanted to blame your parents for how your life turned out, even just a little bit… make sure you watch the second half of this episode.” Self-responsibility is where we go here, no blaming anyone, I love it.

  • Viktoria Stoykova March 24, 2019   Reply →

    How important is it to include the being into the equation, without it we left baffled by what happens around us. Without the being we are left trying to figure a maths eqution without ever figuring out what x is.

  • Ariana March 18, 2019   Reply →

    To understand why we end up doing what we say we never will do is much needed. In stead of criticising ourselves, we need to appreciate what we are up against.

  • Melinda Knights February 28, 2019   Reply →

    It’s really obvious that something is missing in human life because even in developed countries where we have everything from homes to material goods, and education and health care we are still turning to things like alcohol, drugs, etc, to take the edge off how life still feels. We are definitely missing our beingness, i.e., being who we truly are, the bundle of gorgeous tenderness, cuteness, love and joy we are born as.

    • Mary October 7, 2019   Reply →

      Melinda I agree with you the more I connect to the gorgeous tenderness, cuteness, love and joy we are born as. The more I can feel an expansion in my body as it comes alive with an energy that I have not experienced before, it’s like being plugged into the National Electricity grid.

  • Michael Brown February 25, 2019   Reply →

    It’s a lot easier to go through life with the understanding that there is a reason for everything, and not just limiting it to human behaviour.

    • Mary September 17, 2019   Reply →

      I agree with you Rachel, understanding life and the reason it is currently the way it is, is very empowering. For example I am craving Sugar but I have come to understand through everything I have learned through the Teachings and workshops of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine that this craving is coming from a part of me that does not want to feel what is actually happening in life, it’s a check out. As you correctly say there is nowhere to go when we limit ourselves to purely human behaviour. Why do we want to check out on life so that we can stay human and not be beings in a human body?

  • Ariana February 23, 2019   Reply →

    Having a fundamental responsibility for how we live allows our understanding to flourish.

  • SC February 18, 2019   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon again taking it to another level and unraveling life. Absolute Love it.

    • Mary May 16, 2021   Reply →

      I agree SC, If we listen to what Serge Benhayon has to say there is no judgement or condemnation in his demeanour, just an openness to talk about how if we step back and may be we have to step back life times to understand our patterns and behaviours, which have become so ingrained because we may have reincarnated with the same ill choices for lifetimes. The cumulative energy stored in our bodies needs to be worked on to get to the root cause, which is why it makes sense to me now that we cannot blame our parents or anyone for that matter. It also makes sense to me why we blame others and make ourselves out to be the victim of life because we don’t want to take responsibility for our wayward choices that led us to what we are currently living. Serge Benhayon shares another perspective of life so that we have an opportunity to stop and consider that if we get to the root cause of anxiousness then we will not be anxious any more, that has to be worth its weight in gold as so many of us spend our entire lives running on anxiousness or nervous energy which is so draining on our bodies that we feel we need the go to the ‘pick me ups’ just to function and get by in life. What if there was a way to live where we could actually be full of vitality that we didn’t need the props that we have manufactured to keep us going, what a difference that would make. Imagine not having the need or want to take antidepressants for example because you were feeling so amazing!

  • Michael Brown February 9, 2019   Reply →

    Blaming someone else is an easy comfy ride… to stand up and be responsible for your own actions is a more uncomfortable journey but one that is free from the shackles of life.

  • Michael Brown February 3, 2019   Reply →

    It’s a much more liberating and freeing perspective, to consider the possibilities of beyond the physical realm we can see, touch, hear on a day to day basis.

  • Michael Brown February 3, 2019   Reply →

    Not blaming my parents was a big part of growing up.

  • Ingrid Ward February 1, 2019   Reply →

    A most wonderful and very enlightening program in which Serge Benhayon casts a very wise light on what anxiety is and how it affects the body. If only to have been presented with this wisdom when I was in my 20’s and 30’s and in, what I am sure was, a continual state of anxiety, with the only treatment offered to me being Valium. This understanding would certainly have done away with the need for medication and offered me a true prescription for what I was actually going through.

    • Mary March 21, 2020   Reply →

      When we medicate it doesn’t actually get rid of the anxiety or nervous tension we are in which is why many of us medicate, whether it is valium, alcohol or any of the plethora’s of go to’s to numb ourselves, the anxiousness and nervous tension is still there all we have gained is a temporary relief.

  • SC January 28, 2019   Reply →

    Ah ha! life makes so much more sense when we understand that there are two beings- the soul and the sprit and that we can co create with God or create our own mess without him.

    No wonder the world feels crazy -many of have yet to reawaken our awareness to this truth.

    • Mary May 16, 2021   Reply →

      SC you say no wonder the world feels crazy -many of have yet to reawaken our awareness of this truth. I agree with you, is it possible that life is set up in such a way that we are in constant distraction not to regain our awareness, that the game is to keep everyone in the motion of distraction because in the motion we will never feel the stillness we all come from and are a part of.

  • Ariana January 26, 2019   Reply →

    No, it’s not just us that is running the show – there is a being inside us – the being who leads us by the nose to do what it wants regardless of the impact on the body and everyone else around us. Now this is truly great TV, it tells us exactly what is going on in life, making sense of what has never made sense.

    • Mary February 4, 2022   Reply →

      Totally agree with you Ariana – there have been countless times when I have done something I know within me I shouldn’t be doing but do it anyway and then pay the consequences afterwards. Now I listen to my body and when it says no don’t do it I listen and life is not full of the emotional ups and downs but very steady and far more enjoyable.

  • Michael Brown January 12, 2019   Reply →

    As a kid I used to wonder what actually made the earth tick and people move.

  • Jennifer Smith January 11, 2019   Reply →

    Stepping out of that blaming of others for how we are now and beginning to take change of our own life and how we live our life is one of the most empowering things we can do for ourselves. It shows us that we are not victims to our circumstance and that no matter our circumstances we can always make choices to live in the most loving way we possibly can.

    • Alexis Stewart January 28, 2019   Reply →

      Blame is such a scalding and damning emotion. It closes down any possibility of expansion for either party.

    • Mary February 4, 2022   Reply →

      It seems there is a deliberate attempt to prevent humanity from accessing this intelligence
      life seems to be set up in a way that enforces the belief that our minds are King and the body is also ran. Which is actually the complete opposite, our minds should be in line with our bodies as our body actually holds the greater intelligence it is the access point to the vast intelligence of the universe.

  • Caroline Francis January 9, 2019   Reply →

    Function without presence to the being leads to illness and disease. We cannot or even pretend to bury, hide, avoid or distract what is there being constantly communicated from our being without having to deal with the consequences later on in life.

  • Jennifer Smith December 27, 2018   Reply →

    It is very much worth exploring what our beingness is, from the simple fact that living functionally through life having the mechanics of our body repaired when needed is showing very much that it has limitations. We are seeing that on the front line of medicine. In hospitals, medical surgeries, aged care facilities; even in our day to day lives. We are missing part of ourselves, that part that is connected to every other being. Its worth getting to know and living our physical day to day life from our being.

    • Mary November 26, 2019   Reply →

      Jennifer, I agree that as a Human – beings we have our limitations, but if we were to truly understand that there is a spirit and a soul and depending which one we align to determines the movements we will make which is our response to life. It would be wise for us all to stop and consider what has been offered though these interviews with Serge Benhayon. As how many of us go about our daily life with no conscious presence which we have termed ‘ auto -pilot’ when we have no idea of how we got from A – B. It poses the question …If we are not in charge of our bodies who is?

  • Jennifer Smith December 19, 2018   Reply →

    Anxiety can be something that is very depilating. What Serge is offering here is very important as it takes us back to the route cause of in this case anxiety. But if we go back to the route cause of any condition we then understand much more about ourselves and why we have ended up in the current circumstance we find ourselves in. We are so much more than our physical body and we all know this, but its not lived and we are seeing the ramification of this in our heath. In fact throughout all of life.

  • Michael Brown December 7, 2018   Reply →

    The symptom is easy, the cause is the real task at hand.

  • Mary November 30, 2018   Reply →

    To me in this interview Serge Benhayon reminds us that there is a being part of the human-being which we have ignored. If we were to reconnect back to the being of the human-being then we would all experience a completely different more loving way to live. It’s that simple and yet so hard because the human part of us is in so much resistance as it does not want to lose control over the body. No one has explained in such simple terms the fight our spirit puts up and the misery it inflicts on the human part to stop the inevitable return to the being, our soul.

  • Alexis Stewart November 27, 2018   Reply →

    and isn’t the face of truth stunning! Truly it is.

  • Michael Brown November 26, 2018   Reply →

    The fact that I can answer the same question with 2 different types of quality tells me that there is more that just the one human in the equation.

  • Christoph Schnelle November 25, 2018   Reply →

    What comes before physical illness and disease? What comes before mental illness? We are aware of some of the triggers but there seem to be many more cases than triggers.

  • Hm November 21, 2018   Reply →

    It is so obvious, now I understand the spirit, of how we can welcome illness and disease into the body. It is so more than we think – it is an energetic alignment that means we are not living who we are and are therefore open to many more ailments that are also not who we are.

    • Mary May 16, 2021   Reply →

      HM when we reconnect back to our energetic awareness life changes completely, it has to because we come out of the morass of the lies we have accepted as truth and they are exposed to the bone. As the light of truth is such a cleansing light.

  • Jennifer Smith November 21, 2018   Reply →

    Life as we have made it is all about distraction. There is the obvious such as what you have mentioned, but there is also the emotions and the dramas of life that take on with gusto.

  • Jennifer Smith November 21, 2018   Reply →

    The conversation about demand Vs supply is a very important one as when we are looking at an issue often the supply end is what is blamed and focused on. But really this highlights our irresponsibility for we are the demand and if we don’t examine the demand we are not looking at the part we play.

  • Christoph Schnelle November 19, 2018   Reply →

    We don’t know who we are – that seems to be a consensus for most of us. Perhaps we are missing out on something major here by not knowing who we are?

  • Shami November 10, 2018   Reply →

    It is incredible, the way that Serge Benhayon is so confirming of people, by the way that he talks about everyone as already knowing, sensing and feeling masters who have yet to master this physical world, but are naturally innately and stupendously powerful, sensitive and loving all the same.

    • Mary February 4, 2022   Reply →

      Shami I agree with what you have said
      “that Serge Benhayon is so confirming of people, by the way that he talks about everyone as already knowing, sensing and feeling masters who have yet to master this physical world, but are naturally innately and stupendously powerful, sensitive and loving all the same.”
      Before Meeting Serge Benhayon at the age of 50 years. I had never been confirmed in my life. I was a sorry mess excusing myself for taking up space and actually living. This negative Nancy part of me has been transformed. we are as you have stated naturally innately and stupendously powerful, sensitive and loving. The lives of those people who are already Living the way of the Ageless Wisdom will be studied in years to come and humanity will discover the truth of what is being lived now and so live the same life style and in the joy of it too.

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 7, 2018   Reply →

    How many times I have felt and known what is true and denied it is beyond crazy, by having an up bringing where you are told to ignore, not register and dismiss what it is you feel and can read is the total set up for us not to be who we truly and live in a constant state of anxiousness be it high or low state it doesn’t really matter. Re-claiming and learning and feeling the impact of when I honour and cherish what I feel and then when I do it is invaluable. On the return to my truth again and it feels amazing.

  • Samantha Davidson November 6, 2018   Reply →

    We are energy first, I agree, when I deny what I feel that is when I feel uneasy. I used to be anxious a lot, but I am learning to honour what I feel and not ignore it, this is enabling me to be at ease, be confident and live in the moment, without regrets, when you respond to life rather than ignore what we feel, we can not regret.

  • Carmel November 5, 2018   Reply →

    Interesting to hear about the low level of anxiousness that we all live with

  • Jonathan Stewart November 2, 2018   Reply →

    As everything is energy hence we are energy too. Consequently if we do not view, be aware of and understand our energy we cannot understand or know ourselves.

  • Michael Brown November 1, 2018   Reply →

    “We have each our own favourite flavour…”… but all of the same substance!

  • Rik Connors October 29, 2018   Reply →

    You know what I really love about this interview, is Serge’s smile towards Rebecca at the start when she asks about anxiousness and describes how it is not a personal question — absolutely love the depth of care Serge exuberates.

    • Christoph Schnelle November 25, 2018   Reply →

      I experience many of us having low-grade anxiety, perhaps even most of us.

  • Mary October 29, 2018   Reply →

    I am just starting to understand the level of responsibility I have towards myself and all other people to really allow myself to feel that I have a part to play in life because everything I say, every move I make has an impact on the world. So if I want to live in a harmonious world and let’s face it who doesn’t then that starts with me first and how I am with myself, am I harming or healing the world. And could this be why the world is in such a mess because we do not want to go to that level of responsibility?

  • Janet October 26, 2018   Reply →

    I found it super interesting what is shared in this episode about education, in that we can develop our own authority by staying connected to the wisdom of our inner being, and we do not need to relinquish that to conform to teaching methods that do not honour the being.

  • Carmel Reid October 26, 2018   Reply →

    Living life mundane is an illness? Wow that is pretty mind blowing for many of us – we may be miserable in our lives but we assume that’s all there is. It is amazing to learn about multidimensionality and the potential we could be living.

  • Janet October 26, 2018   Reply →

    It makes so much sense that we are only living half of our full potential, functioning as the human being but not developing the inner being that has access to greater wisdom and the grandness of love.

  • Michael Brown October 25, 2018   Reply →

    I actually enjoy the process of figuring out what it is that i’ve done that’s contributed to some unrest or such in my body. It’s like my own private mystery and the more I solve the more vital and alive I feel.

  • Ingrid Ward October 22, 2018   Reply →

    To come to the knowing that we all are naturally amazing beings, goes to show us that this life we are born into is set up to keep us away from this amazingness from day one. We come into a world full of beliefs, one being that a child is an empty vessel, one that needs filling by us, unfortunately most of the time with all our ingrained beliefs and negative life experiences. How world-changing it would be for every child to be honoured and cherished for the wise and wonderful beings they are and then unconditionally loved and supported as they grow from childhood to the amazing adults they were born to be.

  • Joseph Barker October 19, 2018   Reply →

    We have simply missed out a huge chunk of what it means to be a human being. Is it any wonder that we have struggled so and countinue to flounder? The key thing to realise is this dissassociation from our beingness is a decision our spirit has willfully made.

    • Christoph Schnelle November 19, 2018   Reply →

      It is one thing not to know who we are. It is another to consider the possibility that this ignorance was a conscious choice of ours at some stage in the past.

  • Michael Brown October 18, 2018   Reply →

    If I wasn’t aware of the fact that there is more to life than the physical I would be seriously pulling my hair out trying to understand the world.

    • Janet October 26, 2018   Reply →

      I agree, Michael. What Serge presents here about the interplay between the human being and the inner being, makes sense of why we behave the way we do and what is at play on a microcosmic and macrocosmic level of life.

      • Ingrid Ward February 1, 2019   Reply →

        The understanding that Serge Benhayon shares in this program, of the difference between the ‘human being and the inner being’ makes so much sense of the times in my life when I used to think that there were two of me; one that wanted to go one way and the other, in a totally different direction. It was the biggest aha moment for me when I was finally presented this truth, a truth that on some level I actually knew.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 17, 2018   Reply →

    Living a life where it feels mundane it can feel like there is no other option to life. What I have thoroughly loved experimenting and playing with is exploring the teachings Serge presents, the Ageless Wisdom and applying it to the best of my ability to this life. Life certainly hasn’t been mundane, far from it and to feel super on the game, up beat, steady, confident and amazing is a real game changer.

  • Michael Brown October 15, 2018   Reply →

    I love the idea of not blaming anyone, so much more liberating to live life that way.

  • Joseph Barker October 14, 2018   Reply →

    When we understand life we can’t help but be naturally ourselves – and when we do this more understanding comes.

  • Joshua Campbell October 12, 2018   Reply →

    Gosh, we think we are amazing at what we can do today with technology and modern design and engineering. In truth this is but a mere smidgen of what we are capable of. Wow, how huge must we all be then and hence how small must we all be choosing to collectively live?!

  • Stephanie Stevenson October 12, 2018   Reply →

    These TV presentations with Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith are deeply enriching and offering another way of seeing things (truth) rather than being stuck on the ‘hamster wheel’ just going around and around, disillusioned beyond measure.

  • Michael Brown October 10, 2018   Reply →

    Where there is anxiousness there has got to be a shortfall in how we are living verses what we know our potential is.

  • Ingrid Ward October 8, 2018   Reply →

    I absolutely love this episode as with Serge Benhayon’s clarification of the difference between the human and the being, my life makes so much more sense. I am beginning to finally understand why sometimes I (the human) appear to be doing something that is in total contrast to what I feel my body (the being) truly wants, but instead of listening I override the message. This is one episode that will be watched many times and I am sure I will be learning something new each time.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 8, 2018   Reply →

    I totally resonate to what Serge is saying about the mundaneness or unhappiness of life and then turning to withdrawing from life and not wanting to commit, wanting to check out with drugs, alcohol and food, it is such and easy route to take. But feeling how dis-harmonious this was I got to a point where I just knew there had to be more to life than this cycle of destruction. Thank goodness the minute I hear Serge presenting on connection within and practiced The Gentle Breath Meditation I knew I was coming home again.

  • Jennifer Smith October 7, 2018   Reply →

    Understanding that we are more than a physical body is super important. But what does this mean and how does this play out in life? Serge Benhayon explains this like no other. It makes so much sense.

  • Michael Brown October 6, 2018   Reply →

    There has got to be more than just flesh and bones walking around… just one look at society and its behaviours screams the fact.

  • Jennifer Smith October 5, 2018   Reply →

    The results of not living who we truly are in life have widespread effects and our behaviours in all areas of life are getting more extreme in our current times. Serge Benhayon is the only person I have heard make sense of all of this, who speaks about this in a way where we stop and ask ourselves..:how am I living, and how is this contributing to the all. It can be a bit of a shock when we realise this impact, but its an important impact to feel, for then we can take steps to return to the path of knowing and living who we are, to the best of our ability.

  • Joseph Barker September 30, 2018   Reply →

    So true how we try to change life, while still standing firmly in the illusion that causes all the distress. Getting perspective and stepping back from everything and reading it then, is such a beautiful thing to do as Serge Benhayon shows. We can’t hope to see truth when we still subscribe to lies.

  • Gabriele Conrad September 28, 2018   Reply →

    Illness and disease start incrementally and don’t just appear unannounced and by stealth; believing it means that we are not yet willing to take responsibility for our many choices.

    • Janet October 10, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, Gabriele, thinking that illness and disease just randomly come out of nowhere is truly sticking our head in the sand, in complete denial of the law of cause and effect. Serge teaches the beauty of responsibility, not as a burden but a celebration of the power we have to choose by free will.

  • Michael Brown September 25, 2018   Reply →

    No one could persuade me that life is merely physical. Not after what I have witnessed in this 22 years on Planet Earth.

  • Ingrid Ward September 22, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon exposes so clearly how, when we are living as just a human, we are the masters of distraction, but if we bring in the being, and to begin to understand how it is to live in this completeness – the human being – there is nothing we want to be distracted from. We are currently living as ‘half’ of who we truly are, and not the total human being, so no wonder we spend so much time searching outside of ourselves for something we feel is missing, when all the time we are already whole.

  • Carmel Reid September 18, 2018   Reply →

    ‘The world is seeking escapism in any way shape or form’ yes, so instead of pointing the finger at anyone else we need to look at the root and check what changes we can make.

  • Carmel Reid September 17, 2018   Reply →

    We are looking at things the wrong way by looking at supply instead of demand. Taking a fresh look at the evil being the demand, Serge points out that we have a deeply rooted condition in the human species and that is energetic irresponsibility.

    • Natalie Hawthorne October 19, 2018   Reply →

      The responsibility that we have all been so desperately trying to avoid. It’s so bizzare really when our make up and every cell in our body is calling to be aligned to that responsibility. No wonder there is so much tension and chaos in the world when we are rejecting what is innately true to us.

  • Michael Brown September 17, 2018   Reply →

    I definitely used to be part of the parent blaming gang. But, being able to claim responsibility for my positioning has a far greater liberation and contentment that comes with it.

  • Stephanie Stevenson September 16, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon is a master at presenting evolutionary bombshells and truths with very few words “avoid at all costs anything that diminishes who we truly are” Serge Benhayon.

  • Julie September 14, 2018   Reply →

    It makes sense that if we are anxious that we haven’t developed the skills to deal with what we are feeling and to then express in full. Sometimes people can say a lot and appear to have mastered life, but deep down this has just become another coping mechanism.

  • Carmel September 12, 2018   Reply →

    ‘Everything is interconnected’ says Serge Benhayon, and he says we cannot ignore the small signals because they will always lead to something greater if we do. Humans seek to withdraw from what feels uncomfortable, but our bodies never lie, we do well to pay attention.

    • Jonathan Stewart November 2, 2018   Reply →

      Everything is interconnected’ explains the truth of the old sayings of ‘a stitch in time saves nine’, ‘look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves’ and takes them to a far more deeper and wider level of responsibility.

  • Jennifer Smith September 12, 2018   Reply →

    The effects of withdrawal from life are very significant. I have cared for many people with Dementia and this condition has often long standing consequences for the person and their family. These conversations go along way to us understanding what is going on underneath the physical condition.

  • Lorraine Wellman September 12, 2018   Reply →

    I love what Serge Benhayon shares, how he brings it back to what caused the illness and disease in the first place before it manifests as a physical symptom. ‘What is the nature of our dis-ease before it becomes a physical and nameable disease?’

  • Shami September 5, 2018   Reply →

    In life, I have noticed how there can be a fear of having nothing to indulge in. But when Serge Benhayon talks about the being, and the multidimensionality of who we are, I can see that there is nothing to be afraid of and that in fact there is something stupendously beautiful waiting for us all to return to.

    • Gabriele Conrad September 28, 2018   Reply →

      It appears as though we might be scared of having no problems, nothing to rant and rave about when in fact, the settlement we can feel and move far outweighs any such ‘entertainment’ and stimulation.

      • Janet October 26, 2018   Reply →

        Yes Shami and Gabriele, the more we let go of the protection and constructs that have kept us in struggle and strife, the easier it is to connect to our inner being as a gateway to the soul.

    • Alexis Stewart November 27, 2018   Reply →

      We keep ourselves almost permanently distracted from connecting with our beingness and as a result life in a permanent state of unrest, which in turn then fuels our desire to distract ourselves and so it goes.

  • Michael Brown September 1, 2018   Reply →

    The meaning behind any physical outplay lies in the energetic roots.

  • Michael Brown August 30, 2018   Reply →

    Understand the being means understanding the being’s desire to being here.

  • Melinda Knights August 28, 2018   Reply →

    It’s a beautiful way to embrace responsibility – to be all of our true selves in the world. We take so many steps away from the essence of who we are, for me I’ve found the Universal Medicine therapies have been what’s supported me to let go of the layers I’ve built up around me so I can simply be me again.

  • Michael Brown August 25, 2018   Reply →

    I certainly attempt to look at what my part to play in each scenario is and how I contributed to arranging it.

  • Mary August 23, 2018   Reply →

    I feel I understand what Serge Benhayon is saying that there is an impact on the body when we deny what we know and what we can feel. and it would make sense to me that this would build up in our bodies to have an adverse effect on it. For example I have seen how some people boil over with rage because they have tried to contain it within their bodies but eventually it explodes out and has a devastating effect on them and everyone else around them. If they didn’t explode I wonder what effect that pent up emotion would have on their body over time.

    • Ingrid Ward September 22, 2018   Reply →

      You make a great point here Mary. How often does someone boil over with rage, not realising that it just didn’t appear in their body and explode out, but that it had been bubbling away for some time. When we hold back any form of expression the words simply don’t go away, they sit and simmer, and then, often in the most inappropriate setting, explode out and often at someone who had nothing to do with the initial incident. Learning to speak up and to not hold back our expression can be rather challenging at times, but in the long run it is much more considerate of our body, ourselves and of others.

  • Michael Brown August 23, 2018   Reply →

    Being aware of the fact that behind the physical is the energetic leads to a much more responsible and fulfilling life.

  • Andrew Mooney August 23, 2018   Reply →

    I love how this episode explains so easily and simply the reason why we need so many distractions and remedies in life to offset that tension we feel inside when we are not being true to ourselves.

  • Rik Connors August 22, 2018   Reply →

    Its lovely to sit here and feel, as Serge put it, the amazingness that we are. To learn again what it is to have a relationship with knowing who we are and having the courage to feel and express this. Its funny my issues are created from not having a relationship to how amazing I am.

  • Lorraine Wellman August 21, 2018   Reply →

    The wisdom that is shared by Serge Benhayon in these interviews is invaluable, if anyone has anxiousness or dementia then listen to this episode.

  • Lorraine Wellman August 20, 2018   Reply →

    What Serge Benhayon presents in these interviews is invaluable, how awesome if some of these interviews were played in schools or colleges.

  • Caroline Francis August 18, 2018   Reply →

    To live each moment in the knowing that I am amazing no matter what, means everything! To take this away with me from this interview is gold!

  • Caroline Francis August 18, 2018   Reply →

    I am supported and confirmed from listening to this interview, that no matter how small and petty things may seem to others what I feel and sense is always worthy and taking note of for in the diminishing or shutting down my sensitivity I create illness and disease within my body.

    • Alexis Stewart November 27, 2018   Reply →

      We ‘diminish and shut ourselves down’ to such a drastic degree that we are wisened versions of our glorious selves, in truth, hardly even recognisable to the former glory that we have all lived before.

  • Jonathan Stewart August 17, 2018   Reply →

    As Serge Benhayon says we cannot blame our parents for our ill-behaviours for once we become aware that they are harmful we then have the awareness to address and no longer have them if we so choose..

    • Michael Brown November 15, 2018   Reply →

      Yeah, I love the fact that this goes against what mainstream psychology says about how much we should blame our parents. Serge puts it very clearly that we constantly have a choice to move on or stay in the rut of blame and irresponsibility.

  • Ingrid Ward August 14, 2018   Reply →

    We can have as many moments of escape that we like but once we return from the ‘running away’ the reality of our situation is still there, waiting for us, and in some cases even worse than before. It is, as presented by Serge Benhayon, in the acceptance of our responsibility for all our choices in life that we will finally be living a life we no longer feel the need to escape from.

  • Ingrid Ward August 14, 2018   Reply →

    Listening to Serge Benhayon sharing much common sense and wisdom about humanity’s health conditions, as he does in this interview, makes it clear that true healing is a combination of many different aspects, that the whole of the person, their physical health and what is going on in their life, is of the utmost importance; every little aspect matters and cannot be discounted.

  • Rik Connors August 12, 2018   Reply →

    Wise words “avoid at all costs anything that diminishes who we truly are” Serge Benhayon.

  • Carolien Braakenburg August 12, 2018   Reply →

    How powerful a revelation is this : ‘we are developing the human without developing the being’ That sums up it pretty well and shows that the most important part of who we are has been left out in the development of our lives and societies around the world.

    • Rowena Stewart August 19, 2018   Reply →

      Very true Carolien. We put all this focus on the part of our selves that actually dies, our body, and neglect the core aspect of us that does live forever, our Soul. Something that I am finding is that the more I focus on developing my connection to my Being-ness, the more my body glows with health and vitality and my relationships fill up with joy.

  • Carolien Braakenburg August 12, 2018   Reply →

    Anxiousness is at the root a denying and/or not communicating of what we feel and sense in life…how revealing is this and such an important subject to shed light on. It is as Serge says something that we all live with and by understanding what it really is we can start to address it in ourselves.

  • jennym August 9, 2018   Reply →

    It makes sense that when we deny what we sense we can feel ill equipped to deal with an aspect of life as we do not have the fullness of who we are with us. Minimising our awareness does not in fact deal with life it creates a moment of avoidance of life generating anxiety.

  • Mary July 14, 2018   Reply →

    We sense something and when it is not expressed we go into anxiousness, so my question has to be how are we raising our children? Are we raising them to say what they feel and honour their feelings when they start to express what they sense or feel about what’s going on within the family? Or, do we cut them down and dismiss their feelings? And if the latter is it any wonder they then go into that feeling of being anxious because they are being asked to deny a core part of who they are. I have come to understand that we are feeling everything all the time, we cannot stop it, but we can deny it. So is it possible that’s when illness and disease starts to build up within our bodies so that 40 years on we wonder why we have an illness or disease, but do not think to trace it back to the times as a child you were dismissed and crushed for speaking what you felt at the time was true.

  • Shami June 23, 2018   Reply →

    The way that Serge Benhayon talks about parenting ourselves is very beautiful because it is not done so with any judgement of the parents that we had, but just with an acknowledgement that there are certain traits and behaviours which are not so great and need to stop being repeated generation after generation.

  • Melinda Knights June 20, 2018   Reply →

    There is such a huge purpose in understanding the ocean of energy we live in and the ripple effects on others, we can begin to step out of life revolving around ourselves and our hurts and successes, and realise every move we make has an effect on the all.

  • Carmel Reid June 19, 2018   Reply →

    ‘Everything in moderation’ is what doctors tell us but that’s about how we are physically, but does not allow for the energetic impact of ‘just one’.

  • Samantha Davidson June 18, 2018   Reply →

    The root of our illness and disease comes form our denial of who we are, we make ourselves sick in the resistance of the inevitable that we are part of the whole, the universe, the divine, of God and we are grand and when we play small we get sick. This is what i am observing in my own life and how I feel about how my life is changing through beginning to honour being grand, divine and amazing!

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 14, 2018   Reply →

    When you see someone pass over after their last breathes it is undeniable that our bodies is the human part to how we are but we have the being within that is eternal and has a vibration that is beyond the physical form.

  • David June 13, 2018   Reply →

    Ariana I love this as how we are an incredible being that is deeply precious and beautiful, we often forget this as for many of us we live most of our time with that sneaky spirit.

  • Samantha Davidson June 10, 2018   Reply →

    Why are the comforts needed, why do we need to ingest substances that take us away from ourselves, what are the rewards in these comforts that get us to run away form the gold and glory that is us being with our being. I do ask myself these questions, but I love the suggestion to look a 100 steps back at how we got to where we find ourselves now.

  • Ingrid Ward June 7, 2018   Reply →

    To come to understand the difference between the human and the being has been quite profound for me. I could so easily identify with the human but it is clear I have much more to learn and understand about the being. But I’m definitely signed up for the lesson and looking forward to further elucidation through the presentations from Serge Benhayon and wonderfully supportive TV shows like this one.

    • Rowena Stewart September 1, 2018   Reply →

      Yes I agree Ingrid Ward. I was just pondering on how humanity seems to have thrown out the Being with the bath water, as they say. This episode is a powerful re-education that opens the door to a life time of studying how to enable our Being-ness to be flourish. Much to learn and much to embody through studying Serge Benhayon’s teachings, a delicious lifetime after lifetime of perpetual inner growth.

  • HM June 6, 2018   Reply →

    Very true what is shared here about how we are developing the human and not the being. When we consider the world today we don’t really naturally say ‘human being’ anymore we just say ‘human’ – so we are already rejecting the being part that is so powerful and needed.

  • Melinda Knights June 3, 2018   Reply →

    The level of detail and care Serge always presents with is extraordinary, he is so far ahead of his time in what he shares about human life and why we are where we are, how we can return to a true way of living. An amazing philosopher!

  • Joseph Barker May 28, 2018   Reply →

    We make life so complicated, and there are so many things to excel at it seems, but Serge Benhayon shows us the truth is the opposite of that – get your beingness in place and all else follows as it should.

    • Nattalija June 24, 2018   Reply →

      Yes the ‘beingness’ is the gift we can offer one another and all else can fall into place.

  • Viktoria May 26, 2018   Reply →

    I watched this episode after not having seen it for a while and every time it strikes me when Serge and Rebecca talk about taking it 100 steps back. Of course, if somebody asks us “why do you need a reward when the biggest reward is living who you are?” there is nothing a person can do or say but to admit how hurt they are.

  • Ingrid Ward May 25, 2018   Reply →

    I absolutely love how Serge Benhayon brings his own brand of humour – courtesy of Grouch Marx – into his presentation of what exactly the human being is. It had me laughing out loud but at the same time I was totally understanding what he was saying. What a difference from many presenters whose presentations are so dry and boring that there is a struggle to keep your eyes open. The way Serge presents not has me wide awake but the simplicity enables me to easily understand the wisdom that is on offer.

  • Carmel Reid May 21, 2018   Reply →

    Living life as mundane ignoring small details can make us ill? Serge Benhayon reminds us that we are truly amazing beings and that mundaneness is an illness for us, it has an energetic impact and we have to address it at that level. He reminds us to develop a way of being that is self-fostering and to avoid at all costs anything that diminishes us as who we are, instead to acknowledge ourselves and our greatness to ourselves first and then out in the world. I have witnessed many students of Universal Medicine achieve awards in their industry for outstanding achievement in their field, showing just how amazing we truly are.

  • Michael Brown May 21, 2018   Reply →

    Just the fact that I have become more open to the possibility of there being more to life than the 3 dimensional aspects I can see, has opened up my life to a whole new realm of wealth and wisdom.

    • David June 15, 2018   Reply →

      Michael, I totally agree it changes our entire view of the world.

  • Joshua Campbell May 18, 2018   Reply →

    I love Serge’s realness and absolute understanding of those who carry hurts from their childhood. I also love how he brings it back to responsibility as even in these cases it does not excuse us in any way from the responsibility of our every choice in every situation.

    • Michael Brown May 27, 2018   Reply →

      We all have histories and experiences but we equally all have a choice of how we move forward.

  • Joshua Campbell May 13, 2018   Reply →

    It is ridiculous when you think about it… we make what we do more important than who we are and then we feel miserable because we no longer know who we are outside of what we do. And what we do more than anything in life is live, so surely the quality of how we live needs to be more important than what we do per se?

  • Joshua Campbell May 11, 2018   Reply →

    It feels like we genuinely seek the truth of what is going on in human life. Most people complain about it, yet there is something about the numbing, indulgence and drama human life brings that we seem to like. It brings with it identification, issues, tensions and excuses to not be truly responsible.

  • Jenny James May 8, 2018   Reply →

    A revelatory interview, thank you Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith. We are an energetic beings first … we feel and sense absolutely everything, and can express who we truly are.

  • Natalie Hawthorne May 3, 2018   Reply →

    How Serge has beautifully simplified something that could otherwise be beyond our understanding. This a testament in itself as to how Serge lives and shares his life with everything. The fact that we are beings well before we are human is something that has not been discussed and exposed so openly, or at least to what I have experienced in my life. I have felt and connected to this and it makes complete and utter sense.

    • David September 14, 2018   Reply →

      I find that time and time again with Serge. How he brings a real simplicity to so many topics, its supported me to do the same to look at life and instead of be caught in the complexity to approach life from simplicity.

  • Jennifer Smith April 30, 2018   Reply →

    An incredible episode that asks us to consider and ponder deeply on how we are living and the effect that this has both on ourselves and life around us. I love that Serge and Rebecca are discussing the almost forgotten part of the human being, that of our being. We are human beings, we have a physical body that requires care and attention. But we also have our beingness that is equally important to nourish and care for.

  • Mary April 29, 2018   Reply →

    We deny our feelings and in that denial we crush the sensitivity of our beingness.
    We seem to constantly deny what at some level we know to be true and instead rely on our minds to get us through the day. When we find a way to reunite ourselves back to our bodies, literally a whole new vista opens up there is such an expanse to explore and we then have to wonder what keeps us so small and contracted that we didn’t feel the greatness of the space all around us.

  • Melinda Knights April 22, 2018   Reply →

    It’s so interesting about not needing the rewards of life when we are fully connected to our being because there is nothing greater than it. This highlights how disconnected we have become because so much in life is used as a reward, whether it’s a chocolate bar, a glass of wine, a trip away, we tend to endure the daily grind to get to the reward. Even retirement is a long term reward. Living life connected to the being is something I’m getting a taste of, it cuts so much of the need for outer things, TV, food, etc, because it is just such a joy to be me and experience all the qualities that come through from my soul.

  • kehinde James April 20, 2018   Reply →

    Thank you Serge, for an extra-ordinarily clear explanation of the human-being and consequences of us denying the existence of our being-ness. This episode dropped visors from my view and opened me up to something deeply profound, yet not fully understood until now.

  • kehinde James April 20, 2018   Reply →

    This stopped me in my tracks “Why do you need a substance to bring you a reward when the greatest reward is being you?”

    • Jennifer Smith April 30, 2018   Reply →

      Its interesting how we can hear something often and then at one time it stops us like that. Sometimes we are more ready and open to hearing something than at other times.

  • kehinde James April 20, 2018   Reply →

    A profound explanation of who we are as human beings, not just functional but multi-dimensional beings. The ability to connect to multi-dimensionality transforms our experience of life from ordinary to extra-ordinary.

  • Sandra Vicary April 19, 2018   Reply →

    What I love about Serge Benhayon is that he explains everything from every angle so that we get a complete and whole understanding of what he is talking about. So to listen to him explaining the reason why we get anxious as being the gap between what we know to be true and what we have felt it in our bodies on an energetic level but have dismissed it, makes me realise how much I have lived in this way but have never understood it or the implications of it until now. And there are so many people in the world living in this way.

    • Melinda Knights April 22, 2018   Reply →

      Sandra I found that very helpful too as I’ve recently seen in my own life the connection between not expressing myself and anxiety.

  • Nattalija April 18, 2018   Reply →

    An episode all about connecting the the being in all of us. How is that for bringing responsibility to humanity to live the true quality from within!

  • Michael Brown April 17, 2018   Reply →

    Understanding how the being plays the human is a key aspect of understanding how to connect and embody the soul.

  • Jennifer Smith April 16, 2018   Reply →

    If we are not addressing everything in our life, anything that we feel, what we are observing, they are still present in our body. Then we layer on top of that more of the same. Things just don’t go away, we have to actively work on truly letting go of that which builds up unaddressed over time. If not, it will eventually have an effect on our overall health.

  • Elaine Arthey April 10, 2018   Reply →

    When we consider energetic responsibility as well as temporal responsibility we can make a marked difference not only in our personal worlds but in the world at large.

    • Viktoria June 27, 2019   Reply →

      It changes the way we do life completely, when we know that there is an underlying quality that is either enhanced or compromised.

  • Rowena Stewart April 8, 2018   Reply →

    We are amazing beings and so when we do withdraw that amazingness that energy has to still be expressed and so it comes out a bit mangled up because we haven’t allowed it the free and fluent expression that it deserves. I can only say this now having been encouraged to nurturing my ‘beingness’ and see what it was that I was holding back and how as a consequence it affected my mental and emotional wellbeing. Serge Benhayon brings a great deal of sense to our world and is a sage well worth paying attention to.

  • leigh matson April 7, 2018   Reply →

    Increasingly I’ve been finding mundane days disturbing, an itching that knows there could be more. Sitting with this it feels like my responsibility to not allow mundane to occur. The more I feel the uncomfortable energy and not check out the more willing I am to change things.

  • Michael Brown April 6, 2018   Reply →

    There is dis-ease long before there is the disease.

  • Carmel Reid April 6, 2018   Reply →

    Truly powerful and truly expressive, we think power is control over other people, but that is not true power. I like the way that Serge Benhayon suggests we take 100 steps back to see where these illusions developed and where we went wrong, and he reminds us about the beingness in being a human being. The mechanics to the human part is beautiful and medicine goes a long way to helping us function, but it hasn’t helped us develop harmony in our society. The being is a multidimensional character that many of us are totally unaware of and this is where we need to go if we are to evolve.

  • Melinda Knights April 4, 2018   Reply →

    It’s the missing link that we have a being, and that it’s experience of its awareness of the world as well as the lack of expression of the fullness of its beingness impacts every part of our psychological and physical wellbeing.

  • Shami April 1, 2018   Reply →

    There is a beautiful moment in this interview when Serge Benhayon talks about the depths of energetic responsibility that it is possible to live with, and in this moment he says that “it is not easy, but it is worth it”. I find this so inspiring because of how honest Serge is being, clearly laying out the choice and letting it be known what that choice is. So, yes anyone can choose it – but with the full awareness of what they are choosing and the path that it offers. So in effect any one can say – yes I know this will be a difficult path to walk, but I choose it anyway because it is worth it.

  • Victoria March 31, 2018   Reply →

    Speaking about anxiousness, it would also make sense that if we are filling ourselves up with stimulants like sugar and coffee we cannot truly feel the ease and presence with our bodies, as we are moving physiologically faster than our natural rhythm and this creates tension and stress in the body.

  • Victoria March 31, 2018   Reply →

    This is true, ‘that we are energetic beings first and foremost’, and even if we are not choosing to be consciously aware of the fact we are registering and feeling everything on an energetic level. Without this awareness it makes sense we would feel an underlying anxiousness, as we are not fully present to what is. Reading life brings a deeper understanding to all we see and feel.

  • Victoria March 31, 2018   Reply →

    As Serge presents here, “We are developing human beings without the ‘being”. This really explains a lot of our issues for without nurturing the essence we are we, the ‘being’ aspect we will feel empty and will ever be attempting to fill the void.

    • Melinda Knights April 22, 2018   Reply →

      I know that very well Victoria in my own life from trying to fill the emptiness with food or entertainment, to searching relentlessly for the truth because I felt there must be more to life. I found Serge after decades of searching to realise what was missing was me, the being or soul, which I have now reconnected to.

  • Ingrid Ward March 29, 2018   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon takes a topic that to most would seem a little challenging to understand and makes it so simple, real and very relatable. The common-sense way that he presents the truth is so refreshing in a world where we are presented with so much complication on a daily basis.

  • Michael Brown March 28, 2018   Reply →

    It is age-old known, but worth repeating, that if we were to each be responsible for our own movements we would need no war against any supplier or demander.

  • Melinda Knights March 20, 2018   Reply →

    There is such a richness to these interviews, I’ve already watched this a few times yet I receive so much understanding each time about myself and human beings in general. Everything shared here makes so much sense, that we don’t foster the beingness yet we still live connected to it and experience the ramifications of not living the truth of ourselves in our fullness.

  • Mary March 20, 2018   Reply →

    These conversations are so needed in our society today, when Serge Benhayon talks about low grade misery and that there is part of the human being that doesn’t want to feel this any more so it withdraws from life. I completely get this as that is what I did in my early 20’s and instead used drugs prescribed to me by the doctor which enabled me to completely give up on myself. If I look out to society today many more people are choosing this option, only it’s not an option because it comes with huge consequences further down the road so to say.

  • Mary March 18, 2018   Reply →

    What Serge is presenting about the human-being and the being within being human is HUGE because as he says we can more or less fix the human but this hasn’t stopped the rise in illness and disease in the human frame. So is it more than time to connect to the being part of us and listen to this part of our body maybe the being has the answer. And let’s face it humanity has tried everything apart from connecting to our being, so why not give this a go?

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh March 18, 2018   Reply →

    Such conversations are great, because without “understanding the beingness that constitutes the human being”, and also differentiating between spirit and Soul, we will never fully understand the riddles and discrepancies we keep witnessing in human life.

  • Joshua Campbell March 17, 2018   Reply →

    Love the analogy of the human being as in being a human and the being inside the human being. On this count alone we are diminishing to being less than who we truly are because we are more than just human! So much love in this teaching and understanding of life. And man would this world be different if we saw both as equally as important as each other

  • Michael Brown March 16, 2018   Reply →

    Life is not just human, it cannot be so when how the world operates does not make sense. Only when the energetic factor is brought in can I understand human life.

  • Shami March 16, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon here gives an indication of a life lived from who we truly are, and how energetically responsible that would be. Which is interesting because this takes out the notion that to be connected with one’s essence is a selfish or indulgent act. Which then brings in to question about what is truly going on when there is selfishness and indulgence, because if this is not an expression of one’s essence, then what is expressing in that moment?

  • Rebecca March 16, 2018   Reply →

    Not having an understanding of this inner being can leave us very hurt and frustrated by the actions of others that we don’t understand, or seemingly unable to change or fix ourselves when we do things we don’t want to like over eating or anxiety or depression. It is like being left without all the words in a language needed to communicate, your left not fully understanding or able to express.

  • Danna Elmalah March 15, 2018   Reply →

    What a profound truth is being shared here, where we can see through the illusions, glamour and emotions of things to see that we are a being in a human form. That we are not just what we see and that in fact we are energetic, able to feel everything, yet have been creating a way that has actually taken us away from our responsibility — feeling and knowing energy and being responsive to it. Deep thanks to Serge Benhayon for not holding back on bringing back the exact truth we know but have been denying for thousands of years.

  • Mary March 10, 2018   Reply →

    No one that I know of has ever explained that we are energetic beings and that we feel energy all the time and it is when we discount what we feel and what we can sense from our surroundings that the body gets anxious. I have to ask the question why is it that such a fundamental part of who we are is totally ignored? Is it possible that if we were to reconnect back to this energetic awareness that may be this would be the answer to our health problems? As we all know through the many scientific studies that stress has a huge detrimental effect on the body and what if all this starts because we deny what we are actually sensing. How come we can train say a guide dog to sense danger and alert it’s owner, but we don’t seem to appreciate we have the same in built sensing qualities in ourselves.

  • Jennifer Smith March 9, 2018   Reply →

    There is so much that we don’t see in this world. We know that we are so much more than simply a physical body, but its not something that we live. Its put down to something that we believe in or not. Serge Benhayon raises the bar on these conversations giving us the opportunity to consider that we really are more and that we can live the more that we are too.

  • Ingrid Ward March 9, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon makes so much sense even out of what appears to be a complicated issue. To take 100 steps back from an issue gives us the opportunity to not just fix it temporarily, but to bring a full understanding as to why it happened and then to heal it in full. It may take a little more time but how valuable will the choice to do so be when the issue is no longer an issue.

  • Jennifer Smith March 8, 2018   Reply →

    “The way we are living is not truly working”. This is not a commonly said statement. So is this not part of our considerations? I think not as we keep moving the goal posts and consistently bury what needs to be address.

  • Jennifer Smith March 8, 2018   Reply →

    Its true that the majority of people have at least a low grade anxiousness. I have certainly felt this for myself and I have observed that when I downplay what I have read in a situation, anxiousness is inevitable. When I read what is truly going on, what that does is bring understanding to the whole picture. When in anxiousness what I see is limited to what my eyes allow, rather than all of my senses.

  • Samantha Davidson March 6, 2018   Reply →

    This is beautiful definition and so relatable. What we sense is so often overridden for what we think is happening or should happen. I love pondering the gaps….in life.

  • Mary March 6, 2018   Reply →

    I totally get what Serge Benhayon is saying about how when we are not given the space as children to express what we feel it gets bottled up inside and this tension has to go somewhere. So is it then possible that illness and disease has a root cause, If we are not able to express what we feel and be held in the honouring and sensitivity of those feelings. I know I was not honoured as a child and now I understand how the bottling up of my expression for years lead to a nervous breakdown as an adult.

  • Elaine Arthey March 4, 2018   Reply →

    When we recognise the being in the human being we can be aware of so much more that this life is about. We can become more honest with ourselves and begin to present the love and truth that we are.

  • Michael Brown March 3, 2018   Reply →

    When we look at the world through this lens it makes so much sense. Something I could never previously make of life.

  • Michael Brown February 27, 2018   Reply →

    This is the result of no attachment or investment into anything that television or the material world can offer.

  • Samantha Davidson February 15, 2018   Reply →

    So many of us do not seek to look at what got us to where we are at…..and so we dip into anything that will get us to numb out, check out or not be responsible….And so walks in the “One hundred step situation” This changes everything, reflect on why and how we got here and to not blame anything or anyone else, well that makes life look and feel very different, then you can truly heal.

    • Alexis Stewart January 28, 2019   Reply →

      We can hang out as long as we like, avoiding the truth of how we got ourselves into the mess that we’re in. We can continue to avoid, distract and busy ourselves for thousands more lifetimes. God has no investment whatsoever in having us back in any particular time frame. So play, procrastinate, tread water, go backwards, go round and round, it’s all our own choosing as is returning back to truth also our own choosing.

  • Michael Brown February 5, 2018   Reply →

    With the amount that sickness is costing the economy it would be wise to look at not only the symptoms but the deeper causes of illness.

    • Victoria March 31, 2018   Reply →

      True, from the inside out, in us responding from our bodies is where a true shift and healing can take place.

  • Michael Brown February 3, 2018   Reply →

    There is so much more to life than we currently want to believe.

  • Gabriele Conrad February 3, 2018   Reply →

    We have many solutions for anxiousness but until we address its root cause, whether that be taking on too much, not expressing what is there to be expressed, inapt movement, everything else is but a bandaid which is at most temporary until another technique or modality captures our imagination and fills us with promises and hope.

  • Rebecca February 3, 2018   Reply →

    I agree Gill, we have learned to treat the body as a functional machine, but there is so much more to us as beings and i have only known Serge to present this in a way that makes sense and works out in a lived way

    • Nattalija February 12, 2018   Reply →

      The function limits what we can bring when we honour the being and all that is on offer through the sharing of Serge Benhayon. We are much more than a body and our movements offer one another a greater reflection than we choose to want to know.

  • Michael Brown February 1, 2018   Reply →

    I’ve come to the point where, through what i’ve observed in myself and humanity, I recognise and understand that there is more to our world than what we see with our physical eye. There is energy well before a physical manifest.

  • Shami January 31, 2018   Reply →

    This to me just says it all: that we are already feeling everything on a very deep level, and if we deny what we feel and know then we create for ourselves an anxiousness. So, as I understand this to be, it means that ones trustful and loving relationship with their-self is paramount to feeling settled and confident in the world.

  • Mary January 29, 2018   Reply →

    I feel you have captured the way we are currently living with the word Mundane Rebecca humanity seems to have lost its vitality and we have reduced our lives to just function, and in this dysfunction we can feel the misery and so is it possible we withdraw to try and escape what we are feeling?

  • Rebecca January 26, 2018   Reply →

    Revolutionary – in every way what is shared, it is deeply confirming but also for many, a complete first for this way of considering a person and mental health

  • Michael Brown January 22, 2018   Reply →

    I know from my own behaviour that there is more to me than just the human. I do and say things sometimes that just don’t make any sense, and I can withdraw even further letting those behaviours take control which confirms to me that I am not just what one see’s physically, but am part of another dimension too.

  • Natalie Hawthorne January 16, 2018   Reply →

    Without the demand there is no supply. hhhhmm so that means we have to be totally and brutally honest about what our actions, choices and desires are feeding and in doing so the ripple effect that this has in humanity. I know for quite some time I didn’t want to look as I enjoyed the unaccountable way I was living. But I also got to feel how loveless this was and that I deep down craved to be in connection with my inner being. We can’t have our cake and eat it to, we have to take responsibility for our choices.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 22, 2018   Reply →

      This is such a huge message in a culture of finger pointing and lack of responsibility. I grew up with a twisted belief that if I could blame the system or people about a wrong, then I was somehow superior on moral grounds. The reflection that without a demand no supplier could possibly carry on the supplying, turns the focus round 180 degrees and introduces an irrefutable awareness of self-responsibility.

  • David January 13, 2018   Reply →

    Rebecca Asquith, what a great discussion on anxiety, it’s something that so many of us have or do have in life and yet we often don’t know how to deal with it. I love the simplicity and honoring that by listening and responding to what we feel is the underlying issue, healing that can take place.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 10, 2018   Reply →

    When we deny what we know and what we feel, well before we register as a state of anxiousness, we have started on this track. I reckon we would see a lot more confidence, wisdom and responsible choices right from very young if instead we encouraged the honouring of all that we can feel and supported developing the ability to express it.

  • David January 2, 2018   Reply →

    The more I read and understand about beingness, the very fact that it is the quality of our being and beingness that is the most valuable asset in the world the more I am amazed at how I coped in life before, as when you try to go through life without the beingness its like not being in life.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 31, 2017   Reply →

    The wisdom and guidance offered here is priceless. Our society and institutions may not be set up to welcome our true expression at the level of our beingness. It is up to us to start to live this level of honouring for ourselves and then slowly start to take it out to others and into society.
    It is never about pointing the finger and blame, but deepening the level of our awareness and personal responsibility.

  • Mary December 31, 2017   Reply →

    We have been taught how to live in our bodies and get by on function. But we have not been taught how to live with this other part of us the ‘being’ that is the all knowing part of us. Most of us have memories of this expanded part when we are young but we are seemingly discouraged from developing and deepening the connection. And to me that is the biggest detriment to ourselves and our society because we are actually missing the best part of ourselves.

  • Karin Barea December 31, 2017   Reply →

    This is huge, developing the trust and courage that we know ourselves better than anyone else and can be our own true teacher and not rely on an education system/society that isn’t fostering this currently. That we have it all within is deeply inspiring and I know there are times when I am not connected with this, then I see the reflection that Serge Benhayon and others like him provide that show me the truth of this, so that I dare to take the steps to know it within myself too.

  • Karin Barea December 31, 2017   Reply →

    Yes, I too have never heard this level of accuracy and wisdom outside from what Serge Benhayon delivers. I have experienced anxiousness as what here is described and it’s paramount we start asking ourselves what kind of society we are accepting that discourages us from expressing what we feel as what we feel is there for a reason, it’s there for us to evolve. So where are we heading if we cannot express what supports us as a whole species? Where we are often discouraged or even targeted for our expression and that all too often we cope with this by attacking the body – the vehicle through which we feel- with behaviours that cause ill health. If we did all express what we felt , heeded what was said then society could transform itself, rather than trying to alleviate anxiety by self-talk and confidence-building in what you do instead of appreciating and re-discovering the amazing beings we truly are.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 30, 2017   Reply →

    The evil is not in the supply. We have to look at the demand, because without the demand there will be no supply.
    I love the way Serge Benhayon always brings it round to personal responsibility, offers a deeper understanding of the root cause and invites a greater commitment to living the expression of the love that is our true essence.

  • Andrew Mooney December 29, 2017   Reply →

    The ‘100 steps back’ presentation here makes so much sense and totally explains why our quick fix solutions that we apply to societies ills and problems do not work – we need to consider and accept ourselves as beings not just humans.

  • Lucy Dahill December 29, 2017   Reply →

    Children are a great reflection for me, they are sensitive, what we may call too sensitive, but what if they are not too sensitive and we have toughened up to accept a normal that was once abusive in its words and behaviour. I am not talking physical assault, that is obviously abusive, but what if we have a bar for what we accept as normal that allows way more aggression and abuse than we should and the anxiety levels in children are them trying to make sense of what they are being told to accept as normal?

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 12, 2018   Reply →

      Great point Lucy. Most of us pride ourselves for being tough and how much we can put up with, so it becomes a game to put on a brave face or numb ourselves from feeling much. What if the honesty offered by the tenderness, the sensitivity and the openness that is reflected by young children and those who are considered too sensitive is actually what is needed for us to heal the many issues we are facing throughout the world and evolve?

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 28, 2017   Reply →

    When we learn to bring understanding to relationships then we can truly allow for healing to take place. What I love is Serge Benhayon offers a way of viewing life and I have learnt so much and it has taught me how I can bring understanding to situations. Letting go of judgements and seeing things for what they truly are is super powerful.

  • Michael Brown December 25, 2017   Reply →

    When one looks at the matter openly, all is presented and the evidence is super clear.

  • Jennifer Smith December 23, 2017   Reply →

    I can feel the importance of attending to our everyday feelings and details of our everyday life. For if we don’t they compound and they do affect our bodies physically. But they are already profoundly affecting us the moment we ignore, override or avoid what we are feeling. We do feel everything immediately and we ignore this at our own peril and that of our society. In fact we are seeing this everyday around us.

  • Elaine Arthey December 22, 2017   Reply →

    Looking at anxiety like this makes so much sense and makes it easier to understand our behaviours and ‘conditions’ that are so prevalent in our society today like autism, dementia and other mentally and emotionally rooted dis-eases.

  • HM December 17, 2017   Reply →

    I find it interesting that it is more and more common to only refer to ourselves a human rather than ‘human being’ – and that energetically – even discounting the word being, means we are choosing less. we are choosing not to see the whole picture and we consider ourselves physical when truly we know so much more.

  • Michael Brown December 6, 2017   Reply →

    When we are open to the possibility that everything is energy first, we allow ourselves to see the true cause of the ill human being we have today.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 4, 2017   Reply →

    When I brought the understanding that Serge Benhayon shared around parents, and got that it wasn’t actually their fault that they weren’t able to express, and honour the love of their children, that it was all they knew and were void of the connection to their own beingness, I couldn’t judge or point fingers here – I could only see them for the sweet, tender, sensitive and loving beings they truly are, underneath their behaviours.

  • Natallija November 30, 2017   Reply →

    Having viewed this episode a number of time I am inspired with not only seeing but feeling the ‘beingness of others’. When this is on offer there is no space for judgement, instead bucket loads of understanding.

  • Jennifer Smith November 27, 2017   Reply →

    Serge mentioned taking 100 steps back if we are going to really look at anything in our lives. Therefore, we cannot approach a problem that we have in the same way that resulted in the problem in the first place, otherwise we just keep on finding that same problem somewhere else. It may look different, but its exactly the same.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 27, 2017   Reply →

    What is presented here is a foundation to life and brings in a simple way how we can live life, bring forth our truth and develop joy and vibrancy.

  • Rebecca November 26, 2017   Reply →

    I love this interview for the way it so simply addresses some of the fastest growing issues our world faces and brings it back to a understanding of who we are way before we become ill.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 26, 2017   Reply →

    To understand that anxiousness is coming from not expressing of what we feel gives already the medicine against anxiousness. This is amazing to understand and grasp that we are so much more than we are ready to see with our eyes.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 8, 2017   Reply →

      Life becomes so simple when we start to accept the magnificence of our essence and consider that living against that has consequences.

  • Michael Brown November 22, 2017   Reply →

    Always knew that there was more to life than random chaos. What a beautiful confirmation this video is of that.

  • Samantha November 21, 2017   Reply →

    “We are to avoid at all costs anything that diminishes who we truly are” Wow this really does say it all doesn’t it, I can think of many things that I can avoid, what an awesome reminder that we have the power to choose differently.

  • Natallija November 20, 2017   Reply →

    I so love this word ‘beingness’. The powerful and simple tones bring out the quality of appreciation that is so often over looked by us all.

  • Samantha Davidson November 11, 2017   Reply →

    I can attest to the fact that felt uneasy until I became more honest about what constitutes me, I am not merely physical matter that evolved from other physical matter, I am a being that feels energy, all of me is made of energy, the matter is actualised through energy. To discount this fact of the universe brings dis-ease and dis-harmony, there is no surprise that many us just feel like we are not content, we contend wit the world on only the surface level and do not allow ourselves the depth and energy that is within it. Serge Benhayon is a remarkable and wise philosopher who will stand the test of time and I am inspired by what he lives and teaches.

  • Michael Brown November 7, 2017   Reply →

    It’s so settling to know that we are responsible for our lives. It removes the whole need to carry grudges against our parents, teachers, colleagues and even God. This video actually gives us the tools to go and say “No, I am responsible for my life and I will live it the way I want. Not the way I am told I have to live it due to my ‘circumstances’.

    This video is not lifechanging perse, but it most definitely can change your life.

    • Lucy Dahill December 29, 2017   Reply →

      Well said Michael, I feel the same. I don’t feel a pull to follow a way, I feel a pull to take responsibility for my life and the way I behave. That is what has and will continue to change my life.

  • Rebecca November 5, 2017   Reply →

    What Serge presents in this interview is a whole other dimension of life – considering humans are more than just flesh and blood but as a being totally opens up the discussion around not just anxiousness but mental health in general.

  • Rebecca November 2, 2017   Reply →

    For myself, this taking 1000 steps back is amazing. When I feel anxious I dont just feel at the mercy of this thing that creeps up on me and is horrible and affects me in negative ways, I can take steps back and look at what more is going on in my day or even week that is causing this feeling and then work on that

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 14, 2017   Reply →

      Its brilliant to have the understanding to be able to assess and take responsibility for our own life, and start to resolve the issue, without feeling helpless about it or resorting to blaming someone or something which keeps us just as disempowered.

  • Rebecca November 2, 2017   Reply →

    I love this interview for how simply it explains one of the biggest issues we face today – I have never met someone who has not at some point felt anxiety to some degree, and as is said I think it is an ever present hum in most people’s lives we have come to accept and medicate in many different ways, be it through exercising out the excess tension or numbing with drugs and alcohol or using sugar or caffeine to keep us going even though the constant anxiousness is exhausting – all these things work to a point at managing the symptoms but often only barely to allow us to function, they don’t really deal with why we are anxious to begin with – and this is where this interview is key because it introduces that ‘being’ aspect of ourselves we are all too quick to ignore if we are even aware of it in the first place

  • Sarah Karam November 1, 2017   Reply →

    Anxiety is something that most people unfortunately have experienced at some point in their lives but to truly address any condition we must have some distance from the issue, otherwise we are approaching the problem from within the problem. What I am understanding from this interview is that a human being is made up of two parts, the HUMAN element and the BEING element. What we have not fostered enough within ourselves or as a society is this beingness. The being component is a multidimensional character that reaches far beyond the current human flesh model. We cannot write off or dismiss this part of ourselves, the part that has a feeling about someone and then bumps into them that day, or has a dream that warns them about an event or that knows not to go home that way but doesn’t know why and later finds out there was an accident on the road . We have all had these moments and if we were to appreciate and nurture them, we would find that they would not be so few and far between. Equally though, we must respect the fact that we in a body that requires food, water, the correct amount of sleep etc.etc.. My sense is, in order to heal the current human condition and restore perfect balance as human beings, we have to foster these two parts equally. We have tried the human part taking centre stage but when the human part of us is forced to hold everything, it cannot cope, for it is not natural and therefore it will find ways to cope, withdrawal, numbing activities. We were born to shine in both the HUMAN and the BEING and when we do, then and only then will we begin to see the peak of our true potential as human-beings.

  • Fiona Cochran October 29, 2017   Reply →

    At last there is someone who can explain dementia in such a way that we can understand what is truly going on for those suffering. When we understand that there is the physical part and an energetic part which we have denied feeling it all makes sense. If the world is going to change and we want to see reversal in these current trends then we need to start to be honest and allow ourselves to feel what is plaguing society.

  • jennym October 20, 2017   Reply →

    The word being has always been a part of who we have called ourselves as human beings and yet we have deliberately ignored what the quality of the being is that we were we living the human from.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 4, 2017   Reply →

      It is great having someone call out these issues which seem subtle on first glance, yet when you look at them more closely realise they have a profound impact on the whole fabric of our lives.

  • HM October 19, 2017   Reply →

    Dementia is becoming so apparent because more and more we make it OK to ‘check out’ and not be present. Which put us in a state of disconnection. And it is a horrible way to die – to allow the body to forget to function. And yet it is on the rise.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 18, 2017   Reply →

    We are “deeply sensitive multi-dimensional beings”, who have created a world and lives that are nowhere near the truth of our expression. Whilst most of us seem resigned to chasing our tail day in day out trying to make it all work, it is a blessing to have those like Serge Benhayon that not only provide a reminder that there is for more to us, but also show the truth of that by personal living reflection.

  • Jennifer Smith October 15, 2017   Reply →

    Medicine has been incredible in the way that it supports the physical body. In that way we have come so far. But with all the advancements in medicine we still have advancing states of disease and it is not lessening. We will reach a point that we will need to ask more, we will need to consider that there is more to us than our physical body and this will be an equally important consideration in terms of the future of health care.

  • Natalie Hawthorne October 13, 2017   Reply →

    The way society is built up, as Serge Benhayon is saying, is that we are not aware or educated that we are in an ocean of energy. That we too are a being of energy and this carries a responsibility that we have to live this in harmony with the whole Universe we are apart of.

  • Jennifer Smith October 7, 2017   Reply →

    We are so much more than we see. If we only see ourselves and the world with our eyes then we will only be met by what is physically in front of us. But we know that that is not it and that there is more. Our beingness is that more.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 15, 2017   Reply →

      Over the years I have so many times heard ‘we are more’ and ‘there is more’. Yet it has somehow always been left in the theoretical or wishful realm. It is refreshing and inspiring to find someone like Serge Benhayon that actually talks in detail about the fact that there IS more to us and offers you the space to start slowly seeing that this understanding is practically applicable to everyday life.

  • Jennifer Smith October 6, 2017   Reply →

    Interesting if we ponder on the phrase ‘human being’ we almost leave out the word being. As said in this interview we actually have forgotten what this part of being human is about. Yes we are human, its a very physical experience, but we also have an innate knowing of everything that is around us, that does not necessarily come from our physical experiences and yet how do we explain this? And then how do we nurture this very important part of ourselves so that the human and the being live day to day and moment to moment as one?

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 5, 2017   Reply →

    These episodes certainly sets a new marker for TV viewing that honours the love, wisdom and divine within us all, and inspires each of us to connect to and express that in our lives.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 2, 2017   Reply →

    I have not come across any person or any literature that makes those fundamental questions about “who am I” and understanding life, so practical and normal as does Serge Benhayon. This episode offers a wonderful exploration our relationship with ourselves as human beings.

  • Vanessa mchardy October 2, 2017   Reply →

    I agree, what Serge Benhayon described here is absolute gold, we know so much more than we are often willing to admit.

  • Melinda Knights September 29, 2017   Reply →

    It’s a simple and common sense thing to say, we are a human being and we are neglecting the being part. Talk of soul and spirit is not new, we all deeply know there is more to ourselves and more to life, and the dimensions of the soul once connected to answer all our deepest questions.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 29, 2017   Reply →

    We are great at looking for solutions to deal with the myriad of issues in life, we employ strategies and control, we can blame, go into opposition and at times fight for what we think is right.
    Yet all along we seem to keep avoiding the one key ingredient that this episode invites us to look at: “understanding the beingness that constitutes the human-being”.

  • Natalie Hawthorne September 29, 2017   Reply →

    Our society is absolutely totally built up on an understanding that it is all about being human and the functionality of life, and completely disconnected to the fact that we are beings of love and light – and this is the key element to who we are and how we live from this connection.

  • Stephen Gammack September 23, 2017   Reply →

    Every reaction I have does seem to have root in my experiences, and I love what is shared here about not allowing ourselves to be dominated by the childhood experiences we have, or to blame as an adult our parents for any struggle. It is so much more empowering to say, hey, I am an adult now, and I am going to let go of that particular experience and reset myself to be open and loving and really contribute a personality that is amazing to be around. It is quite a thing to do that and a way of living worth applying effort into.

  • HM September 18, 2017   Reply →

    A great insight on where we are at with the human body. Even what is shared on anxiety and ill mental health is gold – that we cannot ignore the small things, it is so important that we don’t put function before our being – everything matters .

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 18, 2017   Reply →

    It is our own demand that calls for the existence of the supply of all the things most of us say we would rather not have. This is a huge revelation that we are asked to consider.
    I love the way Serge Benhayon always offers an understanding away from blame and animosity toward one another, and instead invites us to have a much more responsible relationship with life.

  • Stephen Gammack September 17, 2017   Reply →

    For as long as we have an identity that squashes us into behaviours that are not who we really are, the tough guy, the glamour girl, the intellectual, the hard drinker, etc etc, to be thinking we must be this or that we will never be at ease in our bodies. I wonder at why we recoil so much at the thought that we are precious and fragile, all beings, not just women but men too. I know from experience that very few people would want to accept this, but imagine if we lived with this at the forefront of how we move and behave. A total game changer.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 15, 2017   Reply →

    We spend inordinate amount of time and resources on finding solutions and fixes of the myriad of ills in our world and in our own personal lives. But despite of much well-intended effort everything seems to be getting worse on a daily basis.
    And No the answer is not finding who and what to blame!
    What is it about ourselves we have been ignoring and how does that end up setting the foundation for all our ills? The insights offered here provide an invaluable starting point.

  • jennym September 10, 2017   Reply →

    What is so beautifully highlighted in this episode is the value in taking a few steps back to consider the dilemma we have made for ourselves as humans without considering our being part. Without considering the whole we will only bury ourselves and our issues further and solutions will ever only be temporary.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 10, 2017   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon points out things that I may have missed for years. Children do this periodically and we make light of it. It is great to have an adult connect to such wisdom and be able to expand on it to deepen the understanding.
    How come we have been focusing on the ‘human’ and ignoring the ‘being’ in ‘human being’? This is huge in that it impacts every single aspect of life.

  • Shami September 10, 2017   Reply →

    Amazing that we can consider ourselves as amazing, innately and essentially so. That this is the truth of who we all are. This amazingness is what every person has either yet to come to live or is already living. No matter where we all are on our journeys, being amazing is actually a crucial part of being human.

  • Rachel Murtagh September 10, 2017   Reply →

    I love the phrase now…’human-beings’ it makes sense so much to be! We are not called ‘human-doings’… and therefore we need to check we are not overdoing the doing instead of being the being!

    • Fiona Cochran October 29, 2017   Reply →

      Yes when it is broken down simply into the human element and the beingness it makes so much sense. The moment I am in ‘human-doing’ mode, I have lost connection to feeling what my body is telling me, I start to push through and exhaust myself and that’s when I reach for food, to numb what I don’t to feel.

  • HM September 9, 2017   Reply →

    ‘We each have our own favourite flavour that we use to check out and numb ourselves’ – this is pretty insightful to the state of society – and very telling – it is a truth we need to hear in order to see where we are all at and to what extent we don’t want to take responsibility for why we have to numb out in the first place.

  • Carmel Reid September 7, 2017   Reply →

    There is so much covered in this episode it will take several viewings to take it all in – I love the explanation that we are Human Beings and that we have been focusing on the Human and need to also focus on the Being, recognising how enormous we truly are and the energetic responsibility we all have to check our movements whether in public or in secret – we affect everybody all of the time.

  • Tricia Nicholson September 4, 2017   Reply →

    What an amazing exposing of anxiousness and not living the amazingness and multidimensionality of all we are but sticking to the mundane and depressive cycles we choose. The understanding of all disease and the root courses of where it comes from, and the simplicity and ease of the reality of it all so is beautifully presented and a joy to listen to.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 24, 2017   Reply →

      The deeper you go, the more it becomes clear that the root of all of our issues comes back to us not choosing to live the magnificence of our actual essence. What is amazing is that with Serge Benhayon such revelations are not just left in the realms of a theoretical understanding, you are inspired to start to see how it relates to you and your life in detail and where to go from there.

  • Natallija August 27, 2017   Reply →

    What a great way to leave watching a TV episode knowing that you can see the world through another way that asks us to be more loving and understanding – that is far from what is often shared on the mainstream screens.

  • Natallija August 22, 2017   Reply →

    To bring this understanding to our young gives the potential for our future generations to feel that they are more than just a body that functions and that the quality that they share with another is valued at an inner level, thus brings the true relationships that we are constantly searching for in our current climate.

  • Fumiyo Egashira August 9, 2017   Reply →

    I would have never considered myself to be suffering from anxiety, but this conversation makes me stop and wonder whether my ‘normal’ could just be a well learned coping mechanism and actually very far removed from me just being me naturally.

  • Natallija August 8, 2017   Reply →

    Each time I watch this episode I am total humbled by the quality in which the word “beingness” is been delivered to the world. Stopping to appreciate that we are much more than just what the world thinks they see.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh August 3, 2017   Reply →

    While some cannot in a way be proud of the ‘good’ in this world we have created and the quality of life most of us on our planet are living, we have otherwisebeen pointing our fingers at one another, or getting frustrated with ourselves, we have been piling up solutions after solutions only to find nothing makes much of a difference for long. Many of us have ended up fighting one another over it and many of us seem to have given up.
    Very refreshing that Serge Benhayon constantly reminds us that our real issue is that none of this originates from our true essence within us in the first place.
    It is a big revelation that it is not about clever solutions, but connecting to the ‘beingness’ that we truly are, and ensuring that this level of wisdom imbues every choice and action. It is not about marching down the street, but developing the courage and the trust that we know ourselves in our essence better than anyone else does, and starting to shine the power of such love in all areas in the world.

  • Samantha Davidson August 2, 2017   Reply →

    Life as a being, a human as a being, a human-being. We often get so obsessed, focused on the physical matter around us and of which we are constituted. We have many layers and being energy aware is how we explore, live and express these layers. Amazing TV.

  • Stephen Gammack August 2, 2017   Reply →

    To be a good and responsible citizen is something that is talked about, but this conversation takes it much deeper. By listening to the presentations of Serge Benhayon I have started to understand that “energetic responsibility” goes way beyond just the appearance of good and bad behaviour to the deep intention and care and respect we have (and live) for ourselves and all of life. Our actions are much bigger than just our own life, but impact in unseen ways on the behaviours and outplays of all our fellow brothers on this planet.

  • Melinda Knights July 31, 2017   Reply →

    I have watched this a few times and find it very transformational and deeply healing for me each time. Serge Benhayon has such profound things to say and such a far reaching awareness of life as human beings, and it’s so very obvious he deeply cares about the human condition. The value of a true philosopher for the whole of society is right there in this one video.

    • Ingrid Ward June 7, 2018   Reply →

      This has also been an episode I have come back to several times and I am always amazed at how I hear something new each time. It’s like I am watching a whole new episode. The wisdom presented by Serge Benhayon is wisdom the world has been waiting to hear for a very long time; I know that I have. His depth of care for humanity, for the human being, is so inspirational and so needed in a world where many struggle to simply care for themselves on a daily basis.

  • Natallija July 31, 2017   Reply →

    I am so starting to understand how we are forgetting the ‘being’ in order to race to the finish line that does not exist, as without holding each being in equalness we are then stuck in thinking it is only the human being.

  • John O Connell July 31, 2017   Reply →

    There is great truth in the humour of the way Serge Benhayon talks about ” the human being ” I never considered the full words of describing one self ” human being ” . Even in the title of the words it shows we are more than human , we are a being in human form .

  • Rowena Stewart July 29, 2017   Reply →

    Pure gold. This is essential education because we can never be reminded enough that we are essentially a Being first and a Human second and it’s our Being that continues when our bodies have given up the ghost. Learning how to evolve our Being-ness is our greatest medicine.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh August 2, 2017   Reply →

      I agree. At the end of the day when we understand that we are all Beings first and foremost, “learning how to evolve our Being-ness” and expressing the grace of that in our daily lives is the only education that truly matters.

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 28, 2017   Reply →

    This answers so much, if we compartmentalise who we are and what we do then there is going to be a level of disharmony and then chaos to follow.

  • Stephen Gammack July 27, 2017   Reply →

    Its simple and so true, that we get what we deserve in relation to our governments, the politics the industries and the corruption and self interest we experience. It is an ouch to feel it but we set it up this way and could we even say we actually want it this way as it means we don’t have to take responsibility. How many times have we said I don’t like this or that, but then done nothing more about it.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 27, 2017   Reply →

    I spent years searching for answers in studies, books, courses, theories, religious teachings without gaining any real understanding or sense of settlement within, until I met Serge Benhayon. I have never come across anyone who sheds so much light on the conditions and issues humanity finds itself in and with such clarity, love, tenderness and deep honouring.

  • Jonathan Stewart July 24, 2017   Reply →

    Yes, every time I listen to any of the episodes I always hear something I did not appreciate previously. There is such a wealth of wisdom in what Serge Benhayon presents. Until reading your sharing of Serge’s showing the importance of accepting our amazingness I realised I had not appreciated how supportive that is.

  • Jonathan Stewart July 24, 2017   Reply →

    Approaching health with the perspective and understanding that there are two aspects to being a human being – the ‘human’ and the ‘being – and the fact that we focus on one aspect, the ‘human,’ explains so much as to why there is the illness, disease, the lack of joy in life and the social unrest everywhere.

  • HM July 23, 2017   Reply →

    so true that the root problem is in the demand – and that as a society we can at any moment look around us and see what is truly going on – that we are the ones setting ourselves up for what is going on in society.

    • Victoria March 31, 2018   Reply →

      ….yes never in truth any victims here, it is we who change the trajectory. An inspiring call.

  • Stephen Gammack July 22, 2017   Reply →

    “We are not miserable on our own”, that is a bit of a stop moment, and certainly makes me consider how I will be in the next moment I feel down. There is much more at play than our own care and wellbeing, there is the care and wellbeing of everyone. That is probably a bit too much for some to accept, but I feel it is certainly the way we are heading in how we view life, what Serge Benhayon presents makes too much sense for it to continue to be ignored.

  • rosanna bianchini July 20, 2017   Reply →

    How gorgeous to hear someone talk with such knowing of the beauty of the human being, when we all too often forget this aspect or choose to be ignorant of it, focussing only on the good the bad and the ugly. With reflection on the being, we get to feel there is far more to life and relationships than we had thought, it expands our horizons, addresses our hurts and calls us to greater responsibility in what we can each contribute to society.

  • Viktoria July 17, 2017   Reply →

    To be reminded that the lack of expressing leads to check out is huge for me right now, it’s so interesting because I hold back so much more than I ever thought I did!

    • rosanna bianchini July 20, 2017   Reply →

      True Viktoria, I find the more we become aware, the more there is to be aware of.

  • Rowena Stewart July 16, 2017   Reply →

    This entire episode makes complete sense, as we are without a doubt Human Beings. If we focus only on being Human and ignore the ‘Being-ness’ we are basically cutting our selves in half. There is so much more to us that what we are lead to believe and Serge Benhayon is delivering some key education here about how we truly get back on track as the real, powerful, multi-dimensional and very wise Beings we all naturally are.

  • Jonathan Stewart July 14, 2017   Reply →

    To understand that the culprit for the problems of society and ourselves lies with the ‘demand’ and not the ‘supplier’ turns the whole approach to sorting out the problems of the world totally on its head – no longer finding solutions but actual resolution.

  • Jonathan Stewart July 14, 2017   Reply →

    This interview is truly revelatory. Perceiving and understanding that there are two aspects to a human being, the human functional aspect and the being, and that mankind has focused on one aspect, the human, exposes and explains the fundamental cause underlying all illness, disease and social unrest.

  • Kerstin Salzer July 14, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to this episode it makes a lot of sense that only when we develop our beingness this makes us whole and that our true power is based on our beingness. The power of love comes from our being which is knowing everything. It knows when and what to eat, how much to eat, when to go to bed, how to work in order not to exhaust oneself etc.

  • John O Connell July 14, 2017   Reply →

    Thank you Rebecca Asquith, there is no doubt in what you say ” we have created an environment that must be contra to developing the being to who they are ” when you consider what Serge Benhayon has said ” we are reading life constantly and we are understanding it at a very very deep level ” the created environment is the process of denying the truth of where we are truly from and us as human spirits collude in that deception .

  • Kerstin Salzer July 12, 2017   Reply →

    My understanding is when we are truly living and expressing from our heart we are living responsibility.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 11, 2017   Reply →

    The number of times through life I have heard people say in one form or another that ‘there must be more to life’…. A huge insight about this situation is offered here by Serge Benhayon’s playful yet poignant expose of how we are not paying attention to the ‘being’ part of the ‘human being’.

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 11, 2017   Reply →

    This is one thing that I really can feel is needed for me and i’m sure for many others as well. To be able to remain sensitive and not react, to be able to understand what it is that I am feeling and then express it openly to all as and when it is happening.

    • Caroline Francis August 18, 2018   Reply →

      We are sensitive and reading every moment but what do we do with what we sense? I react when I shut myself down or diminish what I am reading. I know absolutely 200% what is true and learning to listen to it and not allow myself to be persuaded by another or something that is outside myself. I am reminded that it is I that knows what is true for me.

  • Jenny James July 8, 2017   Reply →

    Brilliant TV. Leaves much to ponder on about the way we ignore our beingness in our life, the treasure of who we are, and relegate ourselves to function.

  • Liane Mandalis July 7, 2017   Reply →

    We are yet to fully understand the intricacies and outplay of ‘supply and demand’ because we are yet to take full responsibility for ‘the beast’ we have been feeding, preferring instead to ‘rage at the system’ and its inherent corruption without for a moment pausing to reflect on our part in it.

  • John O Connell July 6, 2017   Reply →

    I agree Golnaz and the other aspect for me is that if we do not take that 100 steps back to the source of the ill and we go back some of the way we are still in the ill momentum ” of the misconception or waywardness that got us to the problem in the first place ” we will just end up giving the problem a different colour or name.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 2, 2017   Reply →

    At times the incessant innocent questions of children makes me laugh, when they ask “why?”, you offer them the best answer you’ve got, only to find this results in then throwing you another “why?”. Nothing like the genuine inquisitiveness of a child to keep us on our toes and push us into the realisation that so much of what we assume as normal does not even add up.

    Serge Benhayon’s invitation for us to consider looking at least 100 steps back to understand the discrepancies we are facing in the present, makes so much sense.

  • Kerstin Salzer July 2, 2017   Reply →

    To truly develop the trust to know who we truly are is a step by step process which frees oneself of ideals and beliefs and brings joy and love into the body.

  • SCE July 2, 2017   Reply →

    Oh wow what Serge and Rebecca share here about anxiety is amazing, said like this I now have a totally different understanding of to deal with it.

  • Stephen Gammack July 2, 2017   Reply →

    “the greatest teacher is me” that is the ultimate, we actually have everything within us to live a successful, enjoyable, fulfilling and incredible life. That is a real world teacher, someone who empowers others to know the power they have the capacity to live.

    • Natallija August 18, 2017   Reply →

      The ‘greatest teacher’ is one that can impart their way of living in a far greater way than just their way of teaching!

  • leigh matson July 2, 2017   Reply →

    I loved coming back to this. Like the books I can read /watch the same part repeatedly and get a different angle each time. The part about parenting and fostering our ability to communicate our being stuck with me this time. A much needed reminder that we can be the most loving parent we could ever want or need.

  • Danna Elmalah July 1, 2017   Reply →

    A superb teaching that truly supports mankind to understand, understand the misery we are currently in. Understanding this allows us to feel and see the co-relation between our living & choices and our surrounding. How much we have looked outside instead of inside – and how much we are now at the result of that – not even realizing the movement we are in.
    This interview on SB.tv offers all of the listeners to take a deeper step inside our hearts, let our minds be, and connect with the fact that we have a body that knows all the divine truth. And so, is forever calling us to restore and come back. Coming back to our innate truth we all have inside, inside our hearts, within our Soul – this is religion. Thank you Rebecca Asquith and Serge Benhayon for sharing the absolute truth on life and our energetic beingness, which is always first to be looked at before anything else – as this will bring back all our answers. A powerful message to us All.

  • vanessa mchardy July 1, 2017   Reply →

    Serge presents so clearly what is really going on with us and why we struggle so much in life. The world and humanity is in such an extreme state of unease that we really need to pay attention to the level of wisdom and knowing of what will heal us.

  • John O Connell June 30, 2017   Reply →

    Thank you Rebecca, a beautiful interview, and for me it was great to learn what I have been feeling all my life as Serge Benhayon explains near the start of the interview ” when we feel there is another sense to life ” as a child I was feeling this and its great to hear it presented into words.

  • Samantha Davidson June 29, 2017   Reply →

    I Love the fact that I and we are ‘beings’ first , we are energy first, and I love the understanding of the ‘100 steps’ etc back to really look at the root of how we have mislead ourselves, to get a clear way back to return to our truth as beings first.

    • Ingrid Ward October 22, 2018   Reply →

      The ‘100 steps’ back for me has been one of the biggest life-changers for me. It has made so much sense to not just look at the surface of an issue, but to ask the questions – ‘I wonder why? Why did this happen and what’s behind it, and most importantly, what is the lesson?’. I absolutely appreciate these wise gifts that Serge Benhayon offers us and the opportunity to bring them into my life, if I so choose.

      • Jennifer Smith December 19, 2018   Reply →

        I agree Ingrid. The teaching of the 100 steps back has also assisted me in understanding where someone else may be at. We all have to walk that 100 steps back in whatever it is that we are learning. We cannot walk from A to Z without walking through every step of the way. Jumping from A to Z doesn’t work. Through this process we understand ourselves and others at a much greater level.

  • Kerstin Salzer June 29, 2017   Reply →

    This television show is presenting deep and healing wisdom and certainly I will listen to it more often than once.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 29, 2017   Reply →

    Through the teachings of Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon I have started to claim that there is inside of me a wisdom that is all knowing. That I have a wealth of knowledge that I have not been encouraged until now to embrace and trust. Even though I had a knowing all along everything around me was saying the opposite. We are our own teachers.

  • Vicky Cooke June 28, 2017   Reply →

    Now this is what I call worthwhile TV and something I can (and do) watch over and over again always learning something else each time. So much is said here to reflect on. So to develop the being in human being is to work multidimensional and energetically .. this is what is currently missing in our society, humanity, world. And the whole ‘everything in moderation!’ is ‘okay’ for the human but not for the being. We are a greatest teachers and we are currently not taking multidimensionality seriously enough.

  • jennym June 28, 2017   Reply →

    It makes sense if I cut my awareness to what I am feeling, anxiousness will arise as our ability to feel life is what allows us to respond in terms of what is needed in any moment

  • Judith Andras June 27, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to the interview makes you realise how far away we are as a society in the way we live from who we truly are. We live a million miles away, and most of the time don’t even know that this is the case.

  • Stephen Gammack June 27, 2017   Reply →

    I can relate to the anxiety and tension that arises when I don’t accept how much I am feeling, how sensitivity is there in every moment. To simply clock that we are sensitive beings it brings a different perspective to our experiences and allows us to understand situations much better.

  • HM June 27, 2017   Reply →

    ‘The evil is in the demand’ – That sure is a myth buster! We are led to believe we are victims but in truth what are we requesting? At the end of the day we are all people – it is people who develop huge companies that cater to our needs. So the question becomes what is our role in wanting so many things in life that numb us?

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 27, 2017   Reply →

      This completely blows the lid off the mentality of pointing the finger and blaming others for our misery. It is such a gorgeous prompt for reflection, accountability and reclaiming the power of the impact we have through our choices.

  • Natallija June 26, 2017   Reply →

    I absolutely love what is shared here about the choices we have in “re-parenting”. The opportunity to look back on what didn’t support us without judgement of those who did parent -but a willingness to make changes that are providing the growth and healing that is on offer for all.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 26, 2017   Reply →

    Working together and supporting each other to see when we are not being responsible can only come from us taking those steps to be responsible ourselves. One thing that I have observed and learnt from Serge Benhayon is the way he is, is how consistent he is the whole time. Now that is over 13 years of me keeping a very close eye on him and up this point I have not seen or heard anything from him that is not true and consistent. His humour and depth is beyond this world and I love every second I am in his presence because he continually is asking us to be all of who we are with out any judgement. This ultimate Love that he is offering us all is the reason I keep returning and deepening my relationship with myself. Serge is a REMARKABLE MAN.

  • Joshua Campbell June 26, 2017   Reply →

    The way Serge Benhayon has broken down the being in the word ‘human being’ is deliciously playfull but equally quite revealing as it exposes how we are so flippant at the way we use word without understanding what we truly are saying. Even in the words ‘Human Being’ we have mixed up our association of the being with what we call being human – in other words day to day physical life. In this the understanding of who the being truly is is not there and the fact that we are not asking who the being truly is is covered up by our casual use of this phrase.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 28, 2017   Reply →

      I grew up with a language that does not truly differentiate between ghost, spirit and Soul. But even in a language that does have several words for this, I find a tendency to not pay attention to the true meaning of words and muddle them up anyway.

      Serge Benhayon’s dedication to precise use of words offers an insight into how our complacency and misuse of words actually stunt our awareness of the dynamics of life, and invite a return to a deeper connection. The flippant use of the words ‘human being’ which misses out the significance of the word ‘being’ is a great example.

  • Lieke Campbell June 26, 2017   Reply →

    Amazing interview. One of the points that stood out for me is that even if we feel a little bit like life is not how we would like it to be there is something to look at and address because otherwise we will try to numb it away with foods and many other forms of distraction and we will find ourselves way down the line, not remembering who we are or why we are where we are in life. I feel this is a great point to look at and implement in our healthcare services.

  • Katerina Nikolaidis June 25, 2017   Reply →

    What a stunning TV series this is. Hugely inspiring and nourishing deeply for the human and the being. Thank you to all who have made this happen.

  • Stephen Gammack June 25, 2017   Reply →

    Changing the focus from the evil of supply to the real evil of demand. This would change the war on drugs we have right now, which is has a demand due to a reaction and subsequent disconnection people feel to the world, that makes them wish to take drugs. There is a study of rats that only chose cocaine when there were no other rats to be with, perhaps many ill behaviours we have are related to not feeling supported and loved and in natural connection to our fellow brothers. And that the antidote to things we consider evil or harming is to create an environment that supports and loves everyone.

  • HM June 24, 2017   Reply →

    This episode brings to light all the things we do to avoid our potential. We have become very good at distraction and delay. It is a big illusion that might be worth us considering ‘why’. In the end this is an opportunity for us to ask ourselves how long we are willing to play the game for.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 24, 2017   Reply →

    It so gorgeous watching profound wisdom offered in such a relatable and playful way.

  • Stephen Gammack June 23, 2017   Reply →

    To seek solace in our addictions and distractions is always ultimately a choice. What is presented here feels so huge and it is when you consider how much we deny the incredible beings that we are. To take stock of just how amazing we are, perhaps for most, needs a reawakening of the understanding of just how much we are actually capable of. And crucially, how much of a difference even one person can make to the choices and behaviours of the many, the willingness to return to love as our foremost action.

  • Natallija June 23, 2017   Reply →

    The root cause is the deeper offering that we experience from viewing these quality TV episodes. It is so easy to touch on subjects that need addressing but when we allow ourselves to go to a deeper level and identify why these behaviours are occurring, there is an opportunity for such a profound level of healing and releasing of pain/hurt that may have controlled our lives for many years. Thank you Serge Benhayon for presenting the truth of the quality humanity live with that is far from what is truly possible.

  • rosanna bianchini June 23, 2017   Reply →

    My body just melts when I hear Serge Benhayon describe here the natural amazing qualities that we all are. This gets us to ask the ‘why’ questions. I’ve found this self questioning of behaviours and thoughts are super revealing and bring me closer to living that amazingness each time one of them gets exposed.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 29, 2017   Reply →

      It is a breath of fresh air when someone is so committed to people, as is Serge Benhayon, and is willing to lovingly blow the lid and reveal the truth, whether it is to remind us of the glory that is our true essence, or to expose the games we have been playing to hide that magnificence.

  • Stephen Gammack June 22, 2017   Reply →

    It would be brilliant if this interview could start a mass worldwide conversation on what health means and what is causing so much ill health among us. To start to get more honest about the startling rates of illness and disease is essential, and our thinking needs to get broader and more open to the energy of our behaviour, and why we make choices so easily that hurt us so much.

  • Gabriele Conrad June 21, 2017   Reply →

    Anxiousness is endemic and the driver of many human behaviours that are a direct counter to our beingness.

  • Stephen Gammack June 21, 2017   Reply →

    I can relate to that “low grade anxiousness”, it makes a lot of sense what is being discussed here. It’s great to understand that there is a way out of this through my choices, that communicating and accepting oneself is a great antidote to this condition.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 21, 2017   Reply →

    This is such a fantastic episode, just like all the rest and i’m sure there are many more to come. Keep them coming Serge because this truth and how you so easily explain things and for it to make so much sense is exactly what we all need. I know you have helped me understand and see things in a new way of looking at life. One that I had been looking for my whole life but gave up because nothing was presenting to me the truth. Thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • rosanna bianchini June 20, 2017   Reply →

    Wow the answer to all ill mental health is given here by Serge Benhayon in one simple sentence: “The human being withdrawing and separating itself completely to the understanding that the beingness is bringing to it.” How crucial is it then to know these two components of the human-being. This is absolute gold for any phychotherapist, doctor, counsellor or psychologist and needs to be lesson number one in any training programme.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 20, 2017   Reply →

    That’s why we are called Human Beings because we have a multi-dimensional quality to us as well. I so remember having a glass of wine or two pretty much most nights at the end of a shift in hospitality. That was the normal thing to do and really appreciating where the wine came from and all the qualities that it tasted and smelt of. I can say this definitely altered my state of being and my Beingness got smashed every time I did this. When I stopped this and started to honour my Beingness life started to become multi-dimensional. Its a trillion times better the feeling inside of you than any glass of wine can give you.

  • Judith Andras June 20, 2017   Reply →

    “We are amazing beings…”
    That is the most freeing and empowering statement to make, but who makes this kind of statement? It is always about bettering and improving ourselves, never about returning to the amazing beings that we are unless of course you talk to Serge Benhayon.

  • Golnaz Shariatzaddeh June 18, 2017   Reply →

    Humanity has been spending so much effort and resources finding ways to manage or fix the many issues we have in living a human life. What is offered here is truly revelatory: we need to take at least 100 steps back to resolve the original departure from living the truth of who we are.

    It is that departure that has led to the myriad of problems we are now trying to address. Without this understanding we will just keep going round and round ingraining and magnifying the patterns which are producing the issues.

  • Aimee Edmonds June 18, 2017   Reply →

    Love this whole episode and the how the questions flowed to every part of our lives, truly supportive, thank you. This answered so many questions I had about anxiety, for which I had for most of my life, and I would have loved to listen to this many years ago. It makes so much sense, not expressing everything I felt caused so much tension in my body that I would shake inside from the moment I woke to the moment I went to bed… and of course would have during my sleep. No wonder I was so exhausted. My whole life has changed, as well as my anxiety levels dropping to almost nothing, by expressing honestly with myself and others.

  • Natallija June 17, 2017   Reply →

    This ‘beingness’ is starting to make a whole lot of sense to me. Stopping to take note of the grandness and how often the human is put in the forefront struggling with doubt, ideals and beliefs.

  • Jenny James June 17, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Take 100 steps back’ as Serge Benhayon presents is brilliant in its simplicity. A great reminder of how we can view the veneer, not seeing the layers underneath, and so never get to truly address our ills.

  • HM June 17, 2017   Reply →

    Wow this is huge – anxiousness is the left over of not having the ability to communicate what we have sensed. I mean when I read this – my whole body knows this to be true. I used to think anxiousness was a reaction to what was going on around me, but actually it starts with me first! That is a big one to look at and be honest with.

  • Stephen Gammack June 16, 2017   Reply →

    To not compartmentalise life, the link between dementia and all aspects of our life. Great to hear about, as it can be easy to look for a single cause of any condition, but address the whole of what is not in harmony and we remove all the ills. Nothing is chance and nothing is not related to the bigger picture of what is our being and the many conditions we have created through not taking care of the body.

  • Sarah Karam June 15, 2017   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon points out that the root problem is the “demand” for things that are based on escapism, this stems from the fact that our society is lacking the relationship with any kind of ” beingness”. The supply is secondary, a simple aftermath. It’s refreshing to shift the focus from the big bad supplier and put the responsibility back on us, this interview is asking us why we are disconnecting in the first place? brilliant!

    • HM December 2, 2017   Reply →

      This makes so much sense Sarah. We can carrry on as we are, trying to find solutions, or we can consider why something is happening and explore behind this, which Serge Benhayon is leading the way with.

  • Jennifer Smith June 15, 2017   Reply →

    I Love the qualities of a human being that Serge Benhayon presents here. Do we know these qualities and have we lived them? Most of us would know these qualities from our experiences as children, but because of how we deal with life along the way, these very natural qualities get hidden underneath our perception of our experiences.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 15, 2017   Reply →

    The true teacher is from within, when we connect to this and allow this wisdom through then we are on the path of returning to the Amazing Beings that we are. As a generation that is leading the way forth is it not essential that this is our every moment, in the detail. Not forgetting and accepting the Almighty Beings that we are is the only way of return which will only foster being healthy and vital Human Beings that we desperately seek.

  • mary June 15, 2017   Reply →

    I have used the 100 steps analogy and it is working well by stepping away from any situation or problem and almost observing it in a curious way, with a real interest to know what’s going on. It has helped me put space between me and what is actually taking place so I’m reacting less to the world and my stress levels have fallen quite dramatically, which has changed the way I eat, I don’t eat to comfort myself any more but to nourish my body as it is what I live in and so it should have the utmost respect from me.

    • Vicky Cooke September 14, 2017   Reply →

      Great sharing Mary and something I can see I can tangibly use in my life as well.

  • Jennifer Smith June 14, 2017   Reply →

    Our beingness is not something that is outside or imposed on us it is who we are at the core. The phrase ‘Human Being’ is a very beautiful one for it describes our beingness in human form and how we can actually explore that as a human. We lose so much in just seeing ourselves as functional or even in a mechanical way. We miss the fact that we are all made of the exact same stuff the universe is made of.

  • Natallija June 14, 2017   Reply →

    Thanks for sharing some light on the “polished anxiety” that is often masked by many. This sharing rings so true and reminded me of how I lived a great majority of my career. Giving the impression that all was under control but feeling a deep level of sadness as the ‘beingness’ was never being met by me. Thank you Serge Benhayon for writing about the simplicity of the word yet the grandness that it brings us all.

  • Vicky Cooke June 14, 2017   Reply →

    Loved the playfulness of Serge and love this episode. So … start from the point that we appreciate our amazingness! And … ‘not having the ability to communicate what we have sensed leads to an angst’. Two things I got from watching this for the first time. Appreciate who are are .. that we are truly amazing and express what we feel … all the time.

  • Ingrid Ward June 14, 2017   Reply →

    What other television program gets you to stop and ask yourself some very important questions about the way you are living? None that I know of. But here I am, having watched this episode of Serge Benhayon TV, asking myself – why have I not been living the amazing being that I am? …for that I have come to realise that not doing so is incredibly irresponsible. I know that I am not alone in doing so but that doesn’t make it any less irresponsible because the way I have been living is the result of my choices; it is my creation and the responsibility to change it is all mine.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 17, 2017   Reply →

      The wisdom and empowerment offered in Serge Benhayon’s presentations are immense. Without prescribing anything, or asking anything of you, they always inspire me to reflect more deeply, more honestly, more lovingly and more responsibly at the choices in life I have been making.

  • Bernadette Curtin June 14, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to this interview really brought home to me how important, how truly loving it is to cherish and listen to the being inside the body, and to look after the body to honour the multi-dimensional being that we all are.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 14, 2017   Reply →

    That is brilliant way of explaining it Serge Benhayon – we have left the beingness out of the human. Bring a balanced way of expressing and living with the focus equally on the quality of the beingness and the multidimensional vibration that it is into the human life that we have here on earth. It makes complete and utter sense and I for one was not brought up to foster this relationship.

  • Jenny James June 14, 2017   Reply →

    Brilliant, thank you Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith. We are not only human, we are human beings and need to develop and not escape from our beingness – our Way of Being

  • Christoph Schnelle June 13, 2017   Reply →

    What Serge Benhayon teaches makes sense when you feel the difference in your body – the stepping back and going to the source. Then you have a choice whether to continue with behaviour that harms in the short or long term or not.

  • rosanna bianchini June 13, 2017   Reply →

    When the being aspect of the human-being is brought into our daily awareness we will know that we cannot continue to write off the ‘small things’ – the ‘subtle’ changes we observe in ourselves and others. As if we do, and allow this is to escalate, pick up momentum, and cement into the physical human body, then we indeed end up with the very real dis-ease and obvious illness and diseases we observe around us.

    • Natallija June 19, 2017   Reply →

      I love what was shared here about the possibility of “reparenting” the way we live and the choices we are making now rather than continue to live in a cycle of blame and feeling hard done by.

      • Nattalija February 4, 2018   Reply →

        The responsibility of understanding and bringing change over judgement and carrying more deeply embedded hurts.

      • kehinde James April 20, 2018   Reply →

        Yes Natallija, ‘reparenting’ the ultimate responsibility with potential to begin an honest and loving relationship with ourselves.

  • Mary June 13, 2017   Reply →

    Once again Serge Benhayon is discussing topics that have for years been closed off, in a way that is educating, scientific and certainly gets me asking myself questions about the way we are all living as a society. To me something is definitely out of kilter with us as a whole and may be Serge Benhayon has the answers? For me he is definitely worth listening to because he dares to go where no one else has dared to go, he dares to lift the lid on society and take a real hard look at what is actually taking place. It reminds me somewhat of curious child taking the top off an Ant hill and observing how they live in a community with each other.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 1, 2017   Reply →

      It is indeed a breath of fresh air when someone takes the conversation further than before and supports a deeper observation and consideration of what is going on.
      And what I love about the way Serge Benhayon does it is that it never remains in the land of theories and suppositions. Everything comes back to the practical and the deepening of understanding and personal responsibility in real life.

  • Ingrid Ward June 13, 2017   Reply →

    Another brilliant episode on life from Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith, where I came to understand so much more about the “human being” and how we are so out of balance, living a life that is way lesser than we could be. We are all amazing beings; we simply need to understand why we are spending so much time, energy and money avoiding being all of who we are. It’s time to stop being so irresponsible and step into the incredible life that is waiting for us.

    • Jennifer Smith June 15, 2017   Reply →

      That’s a great question Ingrid..why are we avoiding who we are, when who we are is who we are missing?!

      • Natallija December 18, 2017   Reply →

        Spot on Jennifer and the longer we fight it the longer we have to wait to feel and live this.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 27, 2017   Reply →

      Listening to Serge Benhayon speak, my awareness of the love we are held in and the sheer grace and magnificence that flows through us deepens. I also become clearer that the current human world and human existence we have created is at best a caricature version and at worst the antithesis of who we truly are.

  • Carmel Reid June 13, 2017   Reply →

    The statistics on Dementia are startling – to hear that it is the ‘most popular’ way of dying is showing what a mess we are making of our lives. We are seeking to escape the tension we feel in our bodies rather than embrace who we are in full.

    • Natallija June 14, 2017   Reply →

      Yes these statistics are truly an eye opener and what is interesting to note is how often it is considered a conversational piece of laughter yet it is the reality of what we are facing in our current worldwide climate. Serge Benhayon makes so much sense in sharing the understanding of the choices we make to live our fullness, or not, and this impacts us all whether we have dementia or are supporting those with the condition.

    • Nattalija February 12, 2018   Reply →

      Avoiding our ‘beingness” has become the norm and the amount of effort that is placed in holding this is harming on a grand scale. The steps back to connecting to our true essence is the powerful sharing of Serge Benhayon that offered through this episode.

  • Jennifer Smith June 13, 2017   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon talks about taking the 100 steps back, as he has also mentioned in other episodes. If we look at our issues, whether they be personal or whether they be more society based and we don’t take the 100 steps back then we will essentially end up with more of the same and we won’t be able to reach the core of what the issue or problem is, we will still be in the midst of it and not see clearly what is going on. These interviews are ground breaking as Serge talks about the energetic of how we are living in a very practical and understandable way.

    • Aimee Edmonds June 18, 2017   Reply →

      If we understood this and exercised the 100 steps back, imagine what work places, schools, hospitals, mental health etc. would look like?

      • Nattalija February 12, 2018   Reply →

        Making this our model of world collaboration would be a great starting point and the harmony on offer would heal many of the unwanted hurts and ways we are currently expressing worldwide.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 22, 2017   Reply →

      When you truly understand the significance of what is proposed about taking 100 steps back before even attempting to tackle any problem, it becomes evident that any other way of approaching the issue simply does not make sense.

  • vanessa mchardy June 13, 2017   Reply →

    Only 15mins in and so much gold, loved the Groucho Marcs humour, but it makes so much sense all this focus on human function leaves us without the connection to our beingness. From there we are rudderless so to speak without a foundation to spark from.

    • Rowena Stewart August 1, 2017   Reply →

      Agreed Vanessa, when we only focus on our human functionality we are only living from one half of who we truly are, and it has to be said, the human bit is the lesser part of us. It’s a bit like inhabiting in a grand mansion but only living in one room on the ground floor!

      • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 4, 2018   Reply →

        So many of us have become used to this one room on the ground floor and will completely deny that fact that there is a grand mansion. It is an absolute joy listening to Serge Benhayon who is so great at reminding us of the grandness of the multidimensional beings we truly are.

  • leigh matson June 12, 2017   Reply →

    A very playful and confirming interview, beautiful!
    The part about supply and demand gets me thinking – when making a ‘bad’ choice, rather than placing the blame and judgement on the ‘bad’ choice and believing that that is where the evil is – this I have felt stuck in for a very long time. But why did I ask, call out or demand the energy to fuel that ill expression? Why did I need to make that choice? And what part of my being am I responsible to/for expressing right now?
    This is only going to further expand I can feel.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 18, 2017   Reply →

      I completely agree another “playful and confirming interview” that leaves you reflecting and reaching far deeper realisations about life.
      The wisdom, understanding of the human predicament and the genuine care with which Serge Benhayon presents make these TV series invaluable.

      • mary October 7, 2019   Reply →

        Bringing an understanding that there are two beings within the one body, I have to wonder why this is not taught as part of our education. It makes complete sense now that I can feel when my spirit is trying to over ride my senses and asking me to do, eat or say something that will harm the being that holds the relationship with God and the Universe. I had no idea that there was this other part of us that our bodies are totally controlled by our spirit but it makes complete sense why we can be so wayward in life.

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