Episode 7 - The Science of Responsibility

What is responsibility? Why, for the most part, do we avoid it at all costs? Is ‘responsibility’ obliging to the tedious practicalities of life under the guise of doing the ‘right’ thing? Or could it be more?

In this episode, Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith discuss the science of responsibility. Could it actually be completely different to what we have imagined it to be?

When left unimpeded, animals act in their own best interest. Instead, humans knowingly make irresponsible choices that harm their health and relationships. To unpack this phenomenon, Rebecca and Serge explore the quality that makes up the ‘being’ in human being. Through a philosophical discussion on the difference between spirit and soul they explore why both the health conscious persona and habitual smoker can both end up with cancer.

The layered energetic understandings and sciences Serge Benhayon has become renowned for are explored in depth and the façade of modern life is again peeled back to examine what is really going on.


  • Mary September 16, 2021   Reply →

    Absolutely Ariana as I said in a previous comment if we were taught these principles from young the world we live in would be so very different to the dog eat dog world we live in today. This way of living is so far removed from our true way of being. These episodes of SB.TV are a loving reminder of who and what we are and more of what we are all capable of.

  • Mary December 31, 2020   Reply →

    Rachel you are spot on with your observations on our spirit and soul and their polar opposite different characteristics. I feel our spirit hides within and goes undetected as we have not been taught about the difference between the two, that was until Serge Benhayon started presenting on the differences. Until we become aware of the deceitful and cunning way the spirit manipulates us and we can call it out, we will never be free of its slippery, cunning and conniving ways.

  • Mary June 21, 2020   Reply →

    I am a natural part of the livingness that Serge Benhayon espouses, He has shown the world through his natural way of living that there is a way to live simply and in harmony with oneself and all others. Why is it we don’t take this way of living into our hearts and live from there? Where we are harmless as a humanity, and which ends abuse, violence and war?

  • Mary June 21, 2020   Reply →

    I have started to feel this other part of me Gill the being of the human-being and I can feel a natural power, so that I am developing a sense of what my body can feel. To me this is true sensitivity where I can feel is something feels right or not. Just like animals have a 6th sense I would say I was reclaiming my 6th sense, something I know I had as a child and then lost all connection to as I grew up.

  • Mary December 29, 2019   Reply →

    “The answer to all our conditions lay in the difference between our spirit and our soul”
    Is it possible that if we were to take a deep dive into the science of our spirit and our soul that we would discover the root cause of illness and disease? And the answer has to be a big fat yes, but currently humanity doesn’t seem to have reached a point where we are so ill and rotten with disease that we are prepared to look at this particular science, I believe there will come a time when we will for sure. But like most things we will only go there when the solutions we have put in place will not work any more

  • Mary December 29, 2019   Reply →

    For me Serge is on the front foot straight way when he says that there is a multi-dimensional being inside of us that is worth cherishing and that this is the part of us we show to the world. Not that we are the human that the world has made us to be.
    For many of us we are the human that the world has made us to be, but this isn’t who we are in truth and this is where the inspiration comes into play because we do know that there is a different way to live and be and to be given a choice where we thought there was only one outcome is the best medicine ever.

  • Melinda Knights September 3, 2019   Reply →

    Even though I’ve watched this a few times, I learn so much with each viewing. I certainly experience that part of me that acts contra to my best interests, and when I am in that it can feel like that is the only reality. When I switch back to soul the breadth of love, intelligence and understanding is huge, as is the natural impulse to nurture myself. I also liked the reference to this abnormality not existing in the animal world, it is true and something people have commented about to me over the years, that there is something about us stands out as not belonging to the natural order and harmony nature displays.

    • Mary February 15, 2020   Reply →

      Melinda reading your comment ‘that there is something about us stands out as not belonging to the natural order and harmony nature displays.’
      I had a flash back to my childhood and a Biology lesson where this was discussed as part of the lesson that we as Human- beings stand out like sore thumbs in nature because we are not in harmony with it, quite the opposite in fact. We have destroyed nature and have upset the balance in our arrogance and ignorance that has us falsely believing we are the more intelligent species. But just how intelligent are we when we have polluted what actually sustains us? If we look around at our planet the only one that can as far as we know can sustain life, where has all our so called ‘intelligence’ got us? Just one example of our arrogance and ignorance is that we have decimated the humble Bee by using pesticides and herbicides that kill insects this cocktail of poison also kills our greatest pollinator, the Bee. If the crops are not pollinated then they will fail and we human-beings will go hungry and probably fight over who gets what little food that can be grown. This is just one example of our not so intelligent, intelligent selves.

  • Viktoria July 4, 2019   Reply →

    Do we really still get shock and devastation when a cancer diagnosis is being issued? Or has it become so normal that we just get on with life, continue how we have been going & hope for the best? We are becoming numb because it is happening so often. Yet, we are quite content at not knowing what causes it.

  • Viktoria April 22, 2019   Reply →

    Responsibility is not to tick boxes, it is to perform whatever we are performing in mind with energy and all that it encompasses.

  • Viktoria April 6, 2019   Reply →

    It is not just about looking good, or making sure that we have done everything perfectly. It is irresponsible to do our job and think ill of our manager, it is irresponsible to clean another person’s home and judge them while doing it. It is irresponsible to cook a meal while criticising our husband, children or friends. All of that is felt, all of that impacts those who come in contact with what we put out.

  • Viktoria March 22, 2019   Reply →

    It’s a science, it’s common sense – everything is a science in this world of ours, we just need to be explorative & curious to find out.

    • Mary June 21, 2020   Reply →

      It seems to me Vikroria that we have manipulated science into a mental exercise where we know the results we want and massage the findings until it matches the results we want usually at the behest of the giant corporations that have paid for the research in the first place. This is not true science. In the past we allowed religion to dictate life now we are allowing science to rule over us but what if it was one and the same energy just under a different guise this time round?

  • Viktoria March 17, 2019   Reply →

    How many of us are truly responsible in all that we do? Do we sometimes think horrible things about people only to see them on the street and give them a smile in justification & deceit to hide away all that has been going through our heads? Do we ever do our job & wish we were somewhere else, doing something “more responsible” only to get recognition and a pat on the back for the “changes we are making in society”. If we look at responsibility the way it is presented by Serge Benhayon, we may get shown up for all our irresponsible behaviours.

    • Mary April 3, 2020   Reply →

      It feels to me that as we deepen our connection back to our inner heart responsibility comes as part of the package as it were. I can feel my responsibility to me and all others by reflection deepen as I go deeper within me so that it feels so natural, why wouldn’t I be responsible? There is no effort or trying it is just what it is, a feeling of not wanting to be or act in a way that harms another.

  • Ariana March 2, 2019   Reply →

    Responsibility is a God given gift – but who wants it or thinks it’s important enough to live day to day?

  • Ariana February 28, 2019   Reply →

    The Science of Responsibility is what we all need to learn from the cradle, in primary and secondary school through to our employment and onwards. It is who we are, so why not grab hold of it? This is great TV, thank you Serge Benhayon.

  • Michael Brown February 27, 2019   Reply →

    Responsibility is not something that gets turned on and off. It’s something that is a consistent lived quality of care and awareness of what we are being positioned to be and do.

  • Ariana February 27, 2019   Reply →

    I love this episode, the key being that we save ourselves – now that is empowerment.

  • Ariana February 25, 2019   Reply →

    ‘No one has the power to transform you – we save ourselves.’ We are the ones that have to take the steps, do the work and say no to what is not true. No one else can do that for us and there never will be a magic wand in that respect.

  • Caroline Francis February 25, 2019   Reply →

    To be honest and live in a way that is true to me I am becoming aware of that which gets in the way of living this way, for instance looking at the reasons as to why I contract? We can dull our light and the way in which we do this can vary greatly from one person to the next. Recently I became aware how I react or rather compare myself to another who I regard as more intelligent (mental intelligence) than I. I would contract. I also got a sense of the frustration within when this was happening. However I also got a sense of the discomfort within the other whom I found was intelligent and the game that was being played or carried out. Regardless of mental intelligence I cannot be fooled by energy and the more I see, acknowledge, accept and become aware of energy at play, the more I live the truth of who I am and the true intelligence within me.

    • Mary December 31, 2020   Reply →

      Caroline Francis I feel one of the greatest presentations from Serge Benhayon is on energy and that everything happens because of energy first. Reading energy is so liberating because as you say we can never be fooled because we read the energy coming through someone, rather than being swayed by their personality. It’s a fascinating science and something we can all do.

  • Ariana February 24, 2019   Reply →

    The choice to hold another in love while they choose to remain in comfort or misery, this is huge. Holding ourselves as all we are is the key and a very clear choice.

  • Ariana February 20, 2019   Reply →

    So what I’m getting is that responsibility is not an on-off thing, we can’t park it and come back to it, it’s a no time off deal, as so clearly lived by Serge Benhayon.

  • Melinda Knights February 4, 2019   Reply →

    The idea of health and fitness at the being level is not something we consider, but if energy proceeds physicality then being well at the being level is what could determine our physical health.

  • Ariana January 29, 2019   Reply →

    Far from being a burden, this episode takes us to a place where responsibility is actually a joy.

  • SC January 28, 2019   Reply →

    Unless we want to be truly responsible we always avoid such truths.

    If you look at our worlds history we are drowning in our own lack of morality.

    Our own lack of responsibility is what has kept us in a mess for far to long.

    • Mary November 3, 2021   Reply →

      The Ageless Wisdom teachings inform us all of a different way to live one that encompasses everyone by saying that at our very core we can all access the same multidimensional intelligence of the universe no one is greater or less, the greater or less is a man made ideology that keeps us all down in the mess of creation. By accepting and taking self responsibility we can get ourselves out of the mess we have made.

  • Ariana January 19, 2019   Reply →

    I love this episode, the beautiful, gorgeous, tender being we are within is described in full – this is gold TV.

  • Ariana January 17, 2019   Reply →

    The science of responsibility for me is asking – do I do this for me or do I do this for everyone? Is it about me or is there far more at play?

  • Jennifer Smith January 14, 2019   Reply →

    I hear many people say they are well when they experience quite a number of physical ailments or they simply forget when they are discussing there health. There is an overall expectation that this is what happens when you age. Whilst there is the fact that we live in a body that does age how we age very much depends on us and the choices we make.

    • Mary May 15, 2021   Reply →

      Jennifer like you I hear many people say they are well, but when I take the conversation deeper they actually are not well at all, but are seemingly silently struggling with their ailments. Just scratch beneath the surface and there is a whole different scenario happening that many people do not want to talk about. It’s as though we have to keep up a facade that life is okay when actually the complete opposite is true. I wonder when collectively we are going to admit that the life we are all living is a sham, it is not working as the walls are falling down around us.

  • Jennifer Smith January 14, 2019   Reply →

    Something Rebecca said about the being being wayward given all the medicine we need and the levels of illness and disease from lifestyle choices that we have. Considering this and the being that is running the body that would think that we can essentially do anything to the body and that medicine will be their for us to pick up the pieces of our wayward choices. Medicine and healthcare is now facing head on the ramifications of these choices because what medicine can currently do is only manage symptoms. The rest is up to us and the choices we make. This is not something that only affects the person and their families and those that work in healthcare, but all in the community.

  • Melinda Knights January 11, 2019   Reply →

    The difference between spirit and soul is very distinctly felt in the body, but until I came back to reconnecting to my soul the way I felt as a spirit was reality, it felt like all there was. Now as I shift between the two I am getting more awareness on how each feel and the outcomes for my health and wellbeing when I choose either one as my source.

    • Mary December 31, 2020   Reply →

      Melinda in the 21 years or so that Serge Benhayon has been presenting on the only two energies that exists in our plane of life spirit and soul, many of us as you say are now willing to feel the difference between the two energies in our bodies. What I have noticed is the push back from the spirit when it has been outed so to say, the push back can be quite intense, as it does not like being found out as the energy running our bodies and much less on being exposed, it doesn’t care one jot about the harm it is doing to our bodies as long as it gets its way.

  • Ariana January 11, 2019   Reply →

    Love Serge Benhayon TV and love this episode about the science of responsibility- this is what we all need to know and live

  • Mary January 10, 2019   Reply →

    Having studied the teachings of Serge Benhayon for some years now it make complete sense to me to hear these words
    “to be the being in the world and not the being that the world has made us to be”
    We are living the unease of this and the enormity of it I feel is reflected in our current rates of illness and disease, as we are not living who we truly are and this is impacting our bodies.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 7, 2019   Reply →

    Most of us take pride in our ability to shirk off acknowledging that our choices have an impact and that we set off ripple effects every time. In fact many dream of the day they have loads of money so that they can just do as they please without having to be responsible or accountable to anyone or anything. Yet the true nature of humanity is living in love, care and unity, and we will experience issues with our physical bodies, our relationships and our societies as long as we keep acting otherwise.

  • Jennifer Smith December 22, 2018   Reply →

    What Serge shares about the impact of diseases on the social fabric of our society is very true. I work in palliative care and we see a number of young people in our service and the number of younger people seem to be on the increase. When I say young I mean less that 70. We have a number of people in their 40’s, 50’s and 60’s who are dying. Whilst I know that death can occur at any age, there is still a proportion of these that are dying before there time and I know from experience that there is a different effect on those around with those that died younger compared to those who died and they are elderly.

    • Mary December 31, 2020   Reply →

      Jennifer I noticed this too, I worked until recently as a volunteer at a hospital, and noticed that women being admitted onto the wards with broken hips were getting younger, it was no longer just the 80 and 90 year old’s. And that in the men’s ward the men that came in with dementia were getting younger too. If this is happening in one hospital, I wonder what other hospitals are experiencing and if it is being recorded to see if there is a trend developing?

  • Michael Brown December 21, 2018   Reply →

    I still feel like responsibility is one of those things that I get on one level, and can live out, but on another level I will avoid for the sake of what’s comfortable for me.

  • Mary December 12, 2018   Reply →

    If illness and disease is a result of living less and diminished from who we truly are then surely we should be supporting ourselves to live in a way that reconnects us to who we are?

  • Michael Brown December 7, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility is a blessing not a curse.

  • Melinda Knights December 6, 2018   Reply →

    The more I understand and feel the difference between spirit and soul within myself, the more I can see how the energy of the spirit impacts my health in negative ways, and the soul is a vitalising and healing source of energy for the body. Spirit and soul are distinctly different.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 15, 2018   Reply →

      If we familiarise ourselves with the difference and observe, the ill and limiting impact of the spirit and the vitalising and expansive nature of the Soul can be felt and known in every single aspect of human life.

  • Mary December 2, 2018   Reply →

    I have never heard anyone explain that there is a being within us that is worth treasuring! I guess that is why we are called human-beings because there is a human part and a being part. This I have come to understand for myself as for many years I only understood what it was to be human, because this is how we are educated to rely on our mind. Since attending the workshops and presentations I have discovered within me this being that Serge Benhayon talks about and it is quite fascinating because the more I allow myself to feel this other part of me the more I want to explore what else there is to find. My family has watched me change over the years from someone who was mentally unstable blossom into a very confident and joyful woman and all because I connected to the being part of the human-being and I can tell you it is so worth it.

  • Michael Brown December 1, 2018   Reply →

    Breaking down the word responsibility to response-ability has redefined it for me.

  • Hm November 27, 2018   Reply →

    Someone once showed me how to flip
    Around the word responsibility so it is our ‘ability’ to ‘respond’. It made it really simple for me. Each time I feel something or observe something – how do I respond to it? In full? Without delay? Without attachment?

  • Caroline Francis November 27, 2018   Reply →

    I find it incredibly empowering when I get a sense of what it actually means to ‘save ourselves.’ It simply makes absolute sense for how can we learn and grow when we think, believe, want and need another to save us. ‘Saving ourselves’ is the ultimate responsibility for taking stock for everything that happens to us in life.

    • Mary May 15, 2021   Reply →

      Caroline Francis, false religions have pitched the sales deal that they can ‘save us’. All we have to do is give our power and money to the church and we will be absolved of all our sins and go to heaven. This is how many religions have become so powerful and rich by peddling the many lies that we have fallen for.

  • Caroline Francis November 26, 2018   Reply →

    When we talk about the being in the human being we can think of it being airy fairy based on spirituality however addressing and acknowledging the being cannot be further from the truth. Unless we tap into the being in the practical sense of everyday living then we miss out on what it actually means to live the being, the essence of who we truly are.

  • Michael Brown November 26, 2018   Reply →

    I love the fact that this is explained as a science.

  • Joshua Campbell November 23, 2018   Reply →

    There must be something more to life than what has been made the accepted way. There has to be answers out there. Well in fact this is when the ill starts. The answers cannot be truly saught outside unless we reach within first

  • Jennifer Smith November 22, 2018   Reply →

    I keep coming back to the section where Serge is talking about how we can live with a terminal illness but we can live with a joy, because the illness is not within the being aspect of ourselves and just in our body. We need to be having much broader conversations about illness and disease. At present illness and disease is deemed as bad if its present and good if its not. We need to look beyond this to see what is really being presented by our bodies. What is it communicating?

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 10, 2018   Reply →

      There is a huge wealth of awareness waiting for us, if we are simply prepared to listen to our bodies, keep honouring what is communicated and remain open to exploring and deepening our understanding.

  • Christoph Schnelle November 16, 2018   Reply →

    Saving ourselves – we can be saved, i.e. there is such a thing as being saved and there is no Messiah who will save us. Many people will not welcome parts or all of this message.

  • Christoph Schnelle November 16, 2018   Reply →

    The more awareness you have, the more responsibility you have. You can shy away from the responsibility but would that reduce your awareness as it would be difficult to be fully aware of our irresponsible behaviour?

  • Jennifer Smith November 10, 2018   Reply →

    Alongside the complexity of disease, with people having multiple co-morbidities, we are also seeing the complexity of psychosocial issues that directly impact on a persons physical wellbeing.

  • Melinda Knights November 10, 2018   Reply →

    It’s a great point about the health and fitness of our being, and how this goes hand in hand with the physical body and its health and fitness. I know for me when I feel down or miserable I don’t tend to make great choices for myself which impact my body, conversely if I’m really connected to my being (my soul), feeling amazing, and really shining then my whole body feels alive and amazing also, and I treat myself with care. We really can’t extract the two.

    • Mary May 15, 2021   Reply →

      Melinda I have watched someone blossom as they have embraced responsibility with purpose everything about them has changed. So I wonder if the two go hand in hand because there is no way you can be down or miserable when you have purpose, with purpose responsibility is easy.

  • Christoph Schnelle November 8, 2018   Reply →

    It makes so very little sense how irresponsible we are. We pretty much all do it, behaving irresponsibly but why would we do something that is obviously foolish?

    • Hm November 15, 2018   Reply →

      To be irresponsible can only come from something more than just a physical action. There is a bigger agenda at play for us to not be ourselves.

  • Carmel reid November 7, 2018   Reply →

    We need to be honest about how we feel, we try very hard to show ourselves as being OK when in truth we might be feeling extremely fragile.

  • Carmel Reid November 6, 2018   Reply →

    ‘Nobody has any power over you’ We cannot save another being, we can only inspire them to save themselves. We can give away our power to others and that happens when we try to please or try to get it right. We just have to stay connected and be ourselves.

  • Carmel November 4, 2018   Reply →

    Responsible to not hold back what is within, it sounds so simple, it’s there in all of us irrespective of what has happened to us, even if we are terminally ill, it’s there to tap into. I love listening to this episode.

  • Michael Brown November 1, 2018   Reply →

    Using the parallel of humans and animals is interesting. We are the only species that do many things including sabotage and organised crime and corruption. One wonders if we really are the most intelligent species on earth…

  • Jennifer Smith October 30, 2018   Reply →

    Its very true about our health or rather our illness and diseases are impacting on communities and society in a very big way. We only need to look at the impact this is having on our health professionals as an example. High rates of burnout, suicide, exhaustion and bullying within workplaces are examples of what is happening for health professionals. We have not yet taken this conversation as a community to a deeper level. Certainly not within health professional communities.

  • Rik Connors October 29, 2018   Reply →

    I agree with Rebecca how my body likes hearing Serge talk about self-responsibility and responsibility. It does not get more simpler than this..

  • Michael Brown October 26, 2018   Reply →

    We live by science all the time… if we accept it we are accelerated through life quite spectacularly.

  • Ingrid Ward October 24, 2018   Reply →

    I used to consider myself a reasonably responsible person, that was until I began to listen to Serge Benhayon present what true responsibility is. It was definitely an uncomfortable realisation that my definition of responsibility was only touching the surface and that in fact, responsibility is actually a joy and that when I take responsibility for me and my actions I am being considerate of every other being on the planet; in the past that would have been a very scary concept but today it is something that I welcome and embrace

    • Mary May 19, 2021   Reply →

      Ingrid I also felt I was a reasonably responsible person too, but as you say the level of responsibility we were feeling is only surface level. There is a deeper sense so that every word that is spoken, every move that is made, every thought that we have is non harming to ourselves and the rest of humanity because everything is felt by all. We are constantly communicating but what are we communicating. In this episode we are shown that there is more to being human than most of us have ever considered.

  • Carmel Reid October 24, 2018   Reply →

    Even with terminal illness we can experience the depth and beauty of our existence, beautiful

  • Carmel Reid October 22, 2018   Reply →

    It is always a surprise when ‘healthy’ people get an illness like cancer and the more we can understand health at the ‘being level’ as Serge explains so well.

  • Stephanie Stevenson October 21, 2018   Reply →

    Whatever topic Serge Benhayon brings to these TV episodes, he never shrinks away from living from true responsibility with the purpose of living, reflecting and presenting truth to all – we are all equal, our essence is love, one life, one soul and exposing how as divine beings we are living in a very God-less way. We are here to learn on Earth School to return to Love and Serge Benhayon is an absolute master of this way of being.

    • Mary September 16, 2021   Reply →

      I would add to your observation Stephanie Stevenson is that what Serge Benhayon offers the world makes so much sense, that I know that I would not have struggled in life if I had been taught The Way of The livingness from a young age. It would have saved me a lot of heartache and mental anguish that is for certain. I am just one of thousands of people who have come to this understanding that there is a way to live that is non- harming to ourselves and all others and it is a joy to live this way.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 20, 2018   Reply →

    We have completely twisted the meaning of so many words so that we can conveniently side-step the exquisite magnificence the is our true expression and the power of that when expressed. Here we have the word responsibility returned to its stupendous truth.

  • jennym October 16, 2018   Reply →

    We can spend so much time in life focusing on the doing part rather than really exposing the being part that is driving it all and in total irresponsibility.

    • Mary September 16, 2021   Reply →

      Jennym I have just reached a deeper understanding of being in the ‘doing’ rather than just being. My own understanding is that the ‘doing’ actually requires a huge amount of effort. Without me doing anything, somehow my body has slipped into more of just being, I can now feel that the ‘doing’ has a huge amount of control in it, whereas just being is a settlement in our bodies. To feel for myself that there is a way to live that just allows our bodies to be is very freeing because no one has imposed this on me. I have found this out for myself by applying the principles of the presentations of Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon. Serge Benhayon gives humanity the tools of life, what we then do with the information given is entirely up to us. Which is unlike any other form of education I know of which I felt was force fed to us in such a way that we just regurgitated the information back out in order to pass the exams.

  • Michael Brown October 15, 2018   Reply →

    I’m done shirking responsibility in my life, this is the sort of interview that inspires great change.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 14, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon and his family are the most hard working people I have ever come across. In fact my brain can not even fathom the amount of projects and activities they are involved in, and the way they are willing to stop and be with whoever needs their support, on top of their full time paid work and their dedication to spending quality time together as a family. On top of that what I see consistently is how joyful and enlivening the commitment to purpose and responsibility can be.

  • Michael Brown October 6, 2018   Reply →

    There is so much for us to live for in responsibility.

  • Jennifer Smith October 5, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility is the missing link in healthcare. In fact is a missing link in life.

    • Janet October 12, 2018   Reply →

      Well said, Jennifer…responsibility is the essential ingredient of life and what the majority of us run away from. Serge Benhayon puts responsibility back on the table where it belongs, as we are denying our true nature if we do not embrace how powerful we truly are.

  • Shami October 3, 2018   Reply →

    It is true, the whole and compete writings of Serge Benhayon do make sense like nothing has ever made sense before. But if they are dissected in to parts and those parts are ridiculed, as with anything, the writings will not be understood.

    • Mary September 16, 2021   Reply →

      Shami, when you break the whole to see how it is made up you no longer have the whole. That is where reinterpretation enters. Historians and scientists are great reinterpretators of truth; they change the facts to suit their own interests or the interests of their sponsors who are paying them to either change how history is perceived or to change the research to suit the findings of the company that has paid them to carry out the research.

  • Joshua Campbell October 1, 2018   Reply →

    Serge makes it all so simple. He is a master at that. No matter what complication we can create in human life he sees through it by breaking it into the simple lie it is. It is very inspiring to feel a man so committed to living such truth and such love so simply in every moment of every day life.

    • Michael Brown October 10, 2018   Reply →

      And rather than talking to the drama, he addresses that deep innocence and sweetness we all have.

    • Jennifer Smith December 22, 2018   Reply →

      I agree Joshua. Serge is the master of simplicity. I realise how complicated I can make things and make life to be and how unnecessary it is. As I connect deeper to who I am I feel more of how disturbing complication is.

  • Lieke Campbell September 28, 2018   Reply →

    It is beautiful that responsibility is always about ourselves, how we hold ourselves, how we live and thus what quality we reflect to others. So this throws blaming out of the game because we always have the reins in our own hands, as in how we will react to a certain situation, however off the other person is – that is their own responsibility.

  • Joshua Campbell September 25, 2018   Reply →

    The more and more I deepen my relationship with my body and my soul, the more responsibility actually feels like a grand joy to live everyday.

  • Michael Brown September 25, 2018   Reply →

    I can understand why some would react quite harshly to the proposal that every single moment that we are in affects the All, regardless of who can see us. However, it would be wise to deal with this reaction knowing it stems from a refusal to be open to a possibility, rather than attack that which simply asks the question.

    • Mary February 5, 2022   Reply →

      Michael I agree with you that some react quite harshly to what is being presented to the world. But is that because deep down we do know the truth of the science of what is being presented but have fallen so far from the truth and therefore forgotten the science that to be reminded opens up a can of worms we would rather not address but sweep under the carpet because it all feels to much to deal with? We live within cycles and those cycles are constantly reminding us of who we are and the Ageless wisdom supports us all to reconnect back to the science which cannot be stopped just as we cannot stop the universe from expanding.

  • Matilda Bathurst September 24, 2018   Reply →

    Getting behind the scenes of the facade of modern life to what is really going on. True philosophy and the joy of responsibility on offer. Thank you Serge and Rebecca.

    • Danna Elmalah October 15, 2018   Reply →

      Well said. The scenes have been set up, by us, the scenes we know have never worked. Serge simply shows us that life is simple and can be lived in its full love, by anyone.

  • Michael Brown September 23, 2018   Reply →

    righteousness seemingly advances one, by pushing down others. Responsibility advances one, for the sole purpose of then advancing the All.

  • Joseph Barker September 23, 2018   Reply →

    Take responsibility for your feelings, actions and your life. So simple and yet so many of us are sulkingly skulking around this world like hard done by teenagers. We don’t need to toughen up just finally see there is no one to blame for where we find ourselves – it’s all just a consequence of the choice we made.

  • hm September 21, 2018   Reply →

    My dad is in his mid 70’s – and I reckon he stopped ageing after he chooses to be a part of Universal Medicine. He stopped drinking, changed his diet, and said no to an abusive work pattern. Since then, it has been amazing to watch how fit and alert and vital he is. It shows that there is a quality of life we can choose that absolutely supports us to stay vital and keep on evolving until our last breath.

  • Michael Brown September 20, 2018   Reply →

    Science is not to be proven, it is to be lived.

  • Sam September 20, 2018   Reply →

    I so love that Serge Benhayon shares things as they are, no holes barred. Serge is a mighty reminder of the universal wisdom that is in us all.

  • Jennifer Smith September 19, 2018   Reply →

    Health is impacting on society on a much bigger level than we realise. As a nurse I see this everyday. Its not just the amount of people that we are seeing, but it is also how we as health professionals are working in this. We are stretched, working short staffed, staff off sick with no one to replace. We are off sick more often and coming to work sick too. Our health impacts all parts of life.

  • Natalie Hawthorne September 18, 2018   Reply →

    If we stop and look at where we are and have been living as a society and in particular our health and increase year on year with illness and disease, what Serge Benhayon is presenting is that if we bring an Esoteric approach to it and connect to our being within and heal the energetic root causes then we are supporting the body to align and evolve with the being. Why wouldn’t we teach our young that they are absolutely awesome for just being who they are to prevent such damaging and horrific heath issues later in there lives. Its never to late to return to our natural way of being.

  • Jennifer Smith September 18, 2018   Reply →

    I love what Serge shared at the end of the episode about his books. Take a snippet out and it does not make sense because its taken out of the context of the whole. Put it all together and nothing makes sense of life and the world like this. I can also see how taking things out of context can be used to harm, when as a whole there is no harm only healing.

    • Nattalija October 7, 2018   Reply →

      The whole offers us a greater insight and understanding in how we can harm and not realise that we are all truly connected.

  • Janet September 16, 2018   Reply →

    Who knew that responsibility could be such a beautiful thing? Thank you Serge and Rebecca for this inspiring and revelatory conversation.

  • Michael Brown September 15, 2018   Reply →

    Knowing that we affect the All in every moment regardless of who we are with is not an easy pill to swallow, especially when we know what we have been doing previously.

    • Matilda Bathurst September 24, 2018   Reply →

      Sure and with this realisation comes the beautiful opportunity to make the changes now which actually, with consistency, ‘re-write’ history. I find that the awareness of the impact of previous choices can be a spur and inspiration for review and change now.

  • Michael Brown September 10, 2018   Reply →

    We have a responsibility to be all of us, nothing less, nothing more.

  • Stephanie Stevenson September 9, 2018   Reply →

    As always, pearls of wisdom offered by Serge Benhayon. Understanding the difference between Spirit and Soul makes sense of what is often non-sensical here on ‘Earth School’ and to continue returning to our Soul until we have healed the separation from love (spirit) and the dilemma we are now in through our irresponsible choices.

    • Janet September 14, 2018   Reply →

      I agree, Stephanie. If the difference between spirit and soul was taught from day one, the world would be a different place and make a lot more sense to all of us.

  • Natalie Hawthorne September 7, 2018   Reply →

    When I heard Serge Benhayon present about the difference of Soul and Spirit I was blown away by it, first how I could feel it in my body and the way I was reacting to both the Soul and the Spirit and secondly nobody I had ever come across, no book I had read, no course that I had attended had ever touched on the two and what the both truly represent and what our natural innate quality within is from.

  • Michael Brown September 5, 2018   Reply →

    What if “Doing the right thing” is actually irresponsible, if the right thing is not true?

  • Janet September 5, 2018   Reply →

    Thank you Serge and Rebecca, for clarifying the distinct difference between spirit and soul, so we can no longer deny the internal who/what we are allowing to be in the driving seat of our lives.

  • Janet September 5, 2018   Reply →

    Yes, Ariana, responsibility is the new black, as it celebrates who we all are in our true and soulful being and simply acknowledges how important it is for us to reflect this to everyone we meet.

  • Elizabeth Dolan September 1, 2018   Reply →

    I love what Rebecca Asquith and Serge Benhayon are saying here about the beauty in responsibility and what it inspires in another to see what is possible so that they can transform themselves.

  • Michael Brown September 1, 2018   Reply →

    We all share responsibility equally so.

  • Natalie Hawthorne September 1, 2018   Reply →

    We all have the physical totally nailed, we know what and how to operate it. What has made me choose to listen and be inspired by with Serge Benhayon is how he presents and lives how to be in connection with our beingness our Soul. The clarity in the way Serge shares this is remarkable and is absolute confirmation that there is such a thing. I have always known this I just wasn’t being shown or reflected how this can be. Our connection to our essence is everything, if we don’t have this we are lost and just humans functioning.

  • Karin Barea August 28, 2018   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon presents science and wisdom in ways that totally make sense. So, a human being: the human aspect is the anatomy and physiology we are made of, and then the being is either under the spirit or the soul which are totally different with the energy running through the human body. This makes such a huge difference to our health and well being and understanding what’s at play.

  • Michael Brown August 24, 2018   Reply →

    It feels like like these interviews go so deep into a topic yet barely scratch the surface at the same time.

  • Karin Barea August 23, 2018   Reply →

    When Serge and Rebecca talk of responsibility being joyful I totally get how could it not be when we know we are reflecting the beauty of who we are for others to have the opportunity of being inspired.

  • Shami August 22, 2018   Reply →

    I find it so amazing, the way that Serge Benhayon can say with such clarity that “the answers to all our conditions lay in the difference between spirit and soul.”

  • Lorraine Wellman August 21, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon makes so much sense in all the he shares, and he delivers this wisdom in such a simple and beautiful way.

  • Christoph Schnelle August 20, 2018   Reply →

    Once we have the awareness of knowing what to do then it is responsible to implement it and irresponsible if we don’t as we then won’t know what is next – and perhaps we also lose our awareness if we continue to be irresponsible.

  • Michael Brown August 20, 2018   Reply →

    Putting the world on our shoulders gets us nowhere. Knowing that we do not belong on this world gets us Home.

  • Julie Matson August 16, 2018   Reply →

    Having a TV program that explains the nonsense, we indulge in, and our wayward behaviours is the TV of the future. Why watch TV re-runs when we can make sense of why we are doing what we are doing over and over, and how to get out of it. Serge Benhayon puts things across so simply and brings everything back to simplicity.

  • Natalie Hawthorne August 15, 2018   Reply →

    That is such a common thing to dismiss what we feel as uncomfortable or painful as just getting on with things and to put up with it and then settling for this to be our normal. We are short changing ourselves of the most vibrance we are able to be and if this is the way of life the vibrance can’t even be on the radar let along thought possible.

  • Rik Connors August 12, 2018   Reply →

    Its true, nothing else does make sense until I heard what the difference between spirit and soul was. Once I did know I have not looked back. Yes, because my momentum was so strong belonging to my spirit, my journey now has become rendering my spirit naught and rebirthing the quality of being that was more honest and cherishing life for all that it is by being fully committed to life and not withdrawing from it. What we able to learn here is valuable to embodying who we truly are.

  • Tricia Nicholson August 11, 2018   Reply →

    Truly understanding our being level and the wholeness of what we are with the beauty of responsibility to fall in love with when offered in its true light. Simply beautiful inspiring and would change the world around if on mainstream tv and in our education system.

  • Tricia Nicholson August 11, 2018   Reply →

    The science of responsibility of the joy and the power of it is truthfully offered here with the power of inspiration and the amazingness of who we are and our responsibility to show it as the being we are and not what the world has made us to be and the irresponsibility of not living this and choosing miissery. Wow a real insight into our natural confidence ,love,charm, beauty and exuberance of being us.

  • Jennifer Smith August 10, 2018   Reply →

    How to fall in love with responsibility? Watch this episode and gain and deeper understanding of what it truly means.

    • Christoph Schnelle August 20, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, and the joy and expansion that is then available.

  • Rowena Stewart August 10, 2018   Reply →

    Imagine what a difference these episodes would make to our world if they were on prime time TV? Rather than attempting to distract us from our woes as our current programmes do, we would instead be served up with genuine resolutions that quite literally transmute our entire understanding of life and our purpose within it.

    • Lorraine Wellman August 21, 2018   Reply →

      I agree these Interviews need to be on mainstream TV, and shown to children in schools so they have a greater understanding of what life is truly about.

  • Michael Brown August 9, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility – The world on your shoulders OR The ability to respond? One was created to offset the power of the other.

  • jennym August 9, 2018   Reply →

    If we can only inspire another to change or transform through our own livingness, we might as well let go of that ‘helping’ culture that we have adopted in terms being a responsible citizen. That does not mean we do not support others, but we are truly powerful in living the truth of who we.

  • Lieke Campbell August 6, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility is completely turned on its head here and I love it.

  • Gabriele Conrad August 5, 2018   Reply →

    The spirit is wayward and revels in irresponsibility, from one life to the next. The Soul is utter and sheer responsibility to its bones, if it had any, but you get the point, I trust. Responsibility sets us free, it is not the yoke that it has temporally been made out to be.

  • Gabriele Conrad August 5, 2018   Reply →

    Our eyes see what we tell them to see and this is very much true for taking snippets out of hierarchical books and quote them out of context – seek and ye shall find goes both ways, for the spirit and the Soul. And thereafter we are left with the spoils of our pursuit.

  • Melinda Knights August 4, 2018   Reply →

    It’s such a negative trait for society to want to dull down those that shine, that feel joy and can express their inner beauty. In Australia with the Tall Poppy Syndrome the standard is for everyone to be mediocre and contract away from their natural spark. We have no problem though with those that struggle, are in misery or depression, but if someone loves who they are and expresses that in full there’s a problem. We are all part of this and ironically once we allow ourselves to be affected and drop our shine we are more likely to want others to dull themselves down as well. It is so very poisonous because we don’t allow standards of human life to rise, nor allow inspiration from the inner beauty of others to ignite our own.

  • Mary July 10, 2018   Reply →

    What is it about a man that can predict what is going on in life to the particle level, and yet so many seemingly have no curiosity to wonder if what Serge Benhayon says is actually true. Are we so caught up in protecting our own interests?

  • Michael Brown July 4, 2018   Reply →

    Never before has responsibility been laid so bare for all to see, far and wide.

  • Nattalija July 1, 2018   Reply →

    What a great example of delving into the deeper levels of understanding what true responsibility is that is far from just going to work and paying your bills.

  • Shami June 30, 2018   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon does not hold back from talking about the truths of who we are and where we come from.

  • Michael Brown June 24, 2018   Reply →

    There is always a call for us to respond to be greater love and greater wisdom.

    • Christoph Schnelle November 8, 2018   Reply →

      And the strange thing is that heeding that call is behaving in the most responsible manner possible.

  • Michael Brown June 20, 2018   Reply →

    The part I love about response-ability is that it very clearly states we hold the ability to respond to anything, without being affected by it.

  • Matilda Bathurst June 17, 2018   Reply →

    And this awareness is something we all have equal access to… our willingness to work with and read it is the bit that we modify and change.

  • Matilda Bathurst June 17, 2018   Reply →

    I really enjoy any opportunity to peel away the layers of conformity and facade that make up our social frameworks and patterns. This interview does this and more, inviting us to embrace responsibility rather than live behind the mutation of it being a burden.

  • Michael Brown June 16, 2018   Reply →

    I love that science plays a part in our lives all the time, not just in the lab!

    • Golnaz shariatzadeh June 22, 2018   Reply →

      That is glorious. And so we are all naturally and innately scientists and students of life.

  • Carmel Reid June 15, 2018   Reply →

    ‘living diminished from who we truly are’ is the cause of our illness and disease – if that is all we need to understand to improve our health, what is getting in the way? We do not feel comfortable with that tension and do all sorts of activities to numb it but that does not remove it or release it, only reconnecting deep within will enable us to feel truly alive.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 12, 2018   Reply →

    If we took the health system as an example and how the way we live and being irresponsible with our own health and the impact that this has on everyone else particularly the health system, then surely there has to be another way of living that supports everyone. Taking responsibility for our own health and wellbeing with self-care would take a whole lot of pressure of the health system and the people in it, the government and the country as a whole. Our choices have an impact on everything.

  • Samantha Davidson June 10, 2018   Reply →

    We do have a joy within that will not be put out, it is a fire that lights up and is alight, but for many of us we can shine brighter – we are not broken, Our being is in essence love and so is an absolute truth and can not be broken by anything. I know this is true, I live it and I am choosing to tap in to it. It is gold.

  • Vicky Cooke June 4, 2018   Reply →

    ‘Our first responsibility it to be as honest as we can’. Of course! this makes absolute sense and also remind me responsibility it not or nothing to do with ‘trying’ but as shared in this interview being who we truly are. We cannot be who we truly are if we are first not honest with ourselves.

    • HM June 12, 2018   Reply →

      To be honest is a first major step of responsibility. With honesty, we have in our bodies what is there to express and share with others.

    • Matilda Bathurst June 17, 2018   Reply →

      And there is such simplicity in honesty – no need for complicated facade maintenance or keeping up appearances – honesty goes a long way to sorting out our exhaustion epidemic.

  • Shami June 4, 2018   Reply →

    “There is no such thing as a saviour, or a world saviour. We save ourselves.” I find these words by Serge Benhayon very beautiful, because we are all equal with these words, which is very powerful when placed in the context of how society and life in general is set up these days.

  • Nattalija June 2, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility is the key to the unraveling of all our tensions. Choosing distracts only buries this further.

  • Jennifer Smith June 2, 2018   Reply →

    Working in healthcare for quite a few years I have seen first hand not only the effect of illness and disease on the body but also the effect of the choices we have made in life that influence our illness and disease. Our body is clearly communicating something to us and we are reluctant to listen. I see this reluctance everyday. Why are we making choices that are simply not good for our bodies and our wellbeing? Health care is sinking under the weight of the amount of illness and disease. Serge Benhayon is the only person I have heard that makes sense on this. He has certainly supported me and many other health professionals come to a new understanding of this firstly in our own lives but then how are we in these really difficult and complex systems of care.

  • Natalie Hawthorne June 2, 2018   Reply →

    Do we wait until we are presented with the ugly truths of what we have chosen to realise that we are responsible for our own making. To understand that this is an enviable fact and that our choices have and effect on everyone around also is the awareness we all actually do know but choose not to see or live by.

  • Michael Brown May 28, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility is the true test of time. Let those who are responsible in the grandest sense stand at the last hurdle for there is no entry point for stumbling.

  • Ingrid Ward May 26, 2018   Reply →

    It doesn’t matter how many times I watch this amazing series of programmes they always feel so fresh and each time I learn something new. This is what is missing in the world, informative presentations that offer a depth of understanding of the human being and the world it inhabits. Serge Benhayon has a way of presenting that has me nodding my whole body in agreement all the way through as what he is presenting simply makes sense.

  • Melinda Knights May 25, 2018   Reply →

    I feel really privileged to have found the work of Serge Benhayon in 2012 and be at a place now in myself where I am returning to living from my soul, to feel the beauty this way of being is, and see how it impacts so positively on my health and wellbeing. Great TV thank you.

  • Natalie Hawthorne May 24, 2018   Reply →

    The best TV ever, thanks Serge and keep them coming! I’m loving the depth, simplicity and accessibility in which you deliver things in. I have always loved this and gettig to truly understand what true responsibility is is awesome.

  • Michael Brown May 20, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility – the ability to respond – is a blessing. It gives us the freedom to choose and the strength to deal with anything that comes our way, should we choose to be so in all areas of our lives, not just the bits that may make it comfortable.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 19, 2018   Reply →

    We keep seeking reward, time-out and entertainment as an escape from life. Yet these only brings a surface level relief that never lasts.
    What if the joy, settlement and spaciousness that we hope will be delivered, are only ever offered by a true understanding and relationship with responsibility?

  • Jennifer Smith May 18, 2018   Reply →

    Its so true that for some we don’t even consider that an issue that we have with our body is an ongoing issue, like we forget until the body reminds us again and again. Or even worse that having an issue with the body becomes so normal that we no longer consider it an issue. This highlights how the meaning if the word health has been down graded year after year. I wonder if the word even existed 100 years ago?

  • Ingrid Ward May 18, 2018   Reply →

    Living irresponsibly was the way I lived for so very long but I actually didn’t realise it. To me life was simply very challenging. Coming to understand “the science of responsibility” and how it affects every part of my life was the understanding that turned my life around. These days I don’t deny my responsibility to myself and to humanity, I don’t run away from it, but instead welcome it with open arms and an open heart.

  • Natalie Hawthorne May 14, 2018   Reply →

    When it is delivered and described and share like that how can you not want to be responsible. This shatters all the burdens and pressure we have created responsibility to be and presents exactly what it is meant to be, a joy and something that naturally just comes in the way we live life.

  • Michael Goodhart May 13, 2018   Reply →

    One of the biggest revelations of this great discussion with Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Baldwin was the aspect that even if you are a super fit athlete who ‘does all the right things’ health and fitness-wise, those people can still drop dead suddenly when they have ignored the fact that they are living in a non-loving way, disconnected from their inner beingness (their essence/soul) and have looked to external things to fulfil them and find acceptance/love from those things, which is impossible in the end.

  • Shami May 12, 2018   Reply →

    I get the sense here that Serge Benhayon is talking about the responsibility of simply being yourself, of being who you are, because there is inspiration with this and this is where the greatness of joy comes in to all of our lives.

  • Joshua Campbell May 9, 2018   Reply →

    We might not like what Serge Benhayon shares here and even resist or criticise it but it does not change the fact that in less than 20 years our health systems are going to collapse and no one has truly put two and two together and whole heartedly explained what’s going on. That is at least until Serge Benhayon came along.

    • Matilda Bathurst June 17, 2018   Reply →

      Simply being honest about the state of our health systems and being willing to consider the trajectory we are on, opens us up to some real and useful conversations. Thank you Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith.

  • Jenny James May 8, 2018   Reply →

    Love this interview. It totally blows the idea of responsibility being a show, weight, a drag, a trend, a directive, right out of the water. It is about being who we truly are. The joy and inspiration of true responsibility – yes!

  • leigh matson May 7, 2018   Reply →

    I’ve heard many times “The body is the marker of Truth” but today I understood another layer of it. The body is the messenger and reflection to the being exactly where it is at. We cannot hide because our body gives away where we are.

  • Joshua Campbell May 2, 2018   Reply →

    It will take a long time for humanity to realise responsibility is an integral part of health and wellbeing

  • Michael Brown May 1, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility has never been so black and white for me. Either I am responding to what is there or I am burying my head in the sand and avoiding dealing with it at all costs.

    • HM May 28, 2018   Reply →

      Responsibility is black and white – it is a simple choice – do we want it or not and do we want to understand the truth of it to begin with. When we say yes to this, we see more, we feel more, we understand our part in where the world is at.

  • Natalie Hawthorne April 22, 2018   Reply →

    At first when I heard and connected to the word Responsibility it made me feel heavy and weighed down, which simply exposed how the current form of education and language has bastardised the meanings of words. To be in a workshop where Serge Benhayon has presented the science of Responsibility I have connected to it on a completely different level. Today my life is building and I am responding to the natural impulse that is asking me to be responsible. Nothing can slide anymore, I want to be responsible and the more I feel how much this is feeding not only myself but all those around me I just want to keep going and deepen it even further.

  • Michael Brown April 20, 2018   Reply →

    There is a lot to feel when one is responsible. It’s like lifting the ‘nice’ filter from our eyes and witnessing the real devestating taking place.

  • Nattalija April 18, 2018   Reply →

    Inspiring no doubt as the levels of responsibility that Serge lives allows no moments of retreat but true purpose to the ALL.

  • Natalie Hawthorne April 16, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility means you can never turn the switch off, and living in a society that has it turned of the whole time means that when you choose to turn it on and leave it on people around you don’t like it. But at the same time some do and they get inspired to make different choices. The more of us that appreciate what responsibility offers us the more it will naturally become others way to.

  • Rowena Stewart April 14, 2018   Reply →

    Beautiful how Serge Benhayon brings purpose to every aspect of life through his teachings about responsibility. And now this applies to TV too, producing interviews that educate us on many levels about why we are here and what it means to live a life of purpose, respect and integrity.

  • Melinda Knights April 11, 2018   Reply →

    Looking at the world as it currently is with the best medical techniques, health care and information available it doesn’t make sense that we are sicker than ever before. Although the physical and technological world has progressed there is something missing because as a species human beings seem to be regressing. It truly only makes sense when we consider the being element and the difference between spirit and soul.

  • Mary April 11, 2018   Reply →

    I was with some work colleagues recently that asked me to help them out with something they had to do and they asked me because they said I’m always so positive in my approach to life that they wanted to inject some of this into what they were tasked to do. I could feel that there was a lot of resentment around the task at hand. And instead of it being a drudge something to be got through we made it about being together which doesn’t happen often and having fun. This completely changed what we were there to do. And then we went off and had even more fun knowing that the task had been completed and it wasn’t as bad as they had envisioned.

  • Michael Brown April 9, 2018   Reply →

    It is definitely a power to behold, for the ripples that occur from living responsibly reach far and wide.

    • Nattalija April 22, 2018   Reply →

      Hence why responsibility to support the ALL when we make commitment a part of life is a true science to behold.

  • David April 7, 2018   Reply →

    Gill I love how you are exploring this beingness as being so equally important as the human aspect if not more at the moment. It’s quite staggering how much we can affect ourselves and others simply through taking responsibility for our own beingness.

  • Natalie Hawthorne April 6, 2018   Reply →

    If ever you needed or wanted to understand and appreciate what true responsibility is with no cutting corners or making do, but someone that stands by what responsibility truly means and lives it in absolutely everything no matter what. Serge Benhayon is worth observing and being inspired by, I have been for over 14 years and still to this day everything that he lives and connects to blows me away yet I can feel how possible it really is and how it is a choice.

  • Shami April 6, 2018   Reply →

    I love this explanation of transformation & inspiration that Serge Benhayon gives, and the power that comes with each as we are all under our own direction through life.

    • Nattalija April 17, 2018   Reply →

      The direction being offered without judgement but a deeper understanding that we are here to bring more awareness of the quality we all can live that brings true responsibility we all have within.

  • Michael Brown April 5, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility for me is responding in a way that is free of attachments to the world and investments in creation.

    • Nattalija April 17, 2018   Reply →

      The freedom of letting go can feel quite scary as we can become so attached in how we need to be to fit in. When we realise that the more we let go of the ideals and beliefs we are offered and ease in which to live life.

  • Michael Brown April 3, 2018   Reply →

    A good friend of mine once explained to me that the way I viewed responsibility was something that you ‘take’ on board and carry on your shoulders. However in truth it is more about ‘being’ responsive to what is provided for you by way of impulse.

  • Shami March 31, 2018   Reply →

    The way that Serge Benhayon talks about the energetic factors of life, and how there is a being inside each human body who is making decisions that affect that body and for which the body then shows, is very empowering. Because this means that we can stop the rise of illness and disease, we can stop misery and abuse. It is all in our power to do so as we each have a body that tells us so clearly what impact our choices are making.

  • Mary March 21, 2018   Reply →

    The lifestyles we live have an impact on our bodies there is no doubt about that we just have to look at the figures produced by the world health organisation to know we are not living a well balanced lifestyle any more. So we could say thank heavens literally for the Universal Medicine Esoteric healing modalities because this way of healing is by removing the energetic aspects of the illness and disease as Serge Benhayon said in the interview and not by just addressing them. Modern day medicine is doing a terrific job but I get the feeling that as a race of human beings we are becoming so sick it cannot keep up with the demand we are placing on it.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh March 21, 2018   Reply →

    It is wonderful to be supported, as does Serge Benhayon, to understand and reconnect to our essence.
    Responsibility can feel like a burden when considered without connecting with the depth of love that is our true essence and without allowing that love to naturally express in every aspect of our life.

  • Mary March 18, 2018   Reply →

    I have always been waiting for someone or thing to save me, this I can now feel is a past life indoctrination from a religious belief that God will come at some point and save us all. This I can now feel is pure illusion it is giving my power away to an outer source. Since knowing Serge Benhayon I have been developing my sense of responsibility firstly to myself and from this I can feel I save myself and this is what we are all here to do so that we can resurrect ourselves out of the misery we have created and return to the body of God which is our true origin.

  • David March 16, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility is a word that I really did not understand well, and if I am honest about it – at all. The fact that we deepen our connect with universal wisdom with responsibility puts a different picture on our relationship with it, no longer a burden but much more a part of life that we can enjoy and embrace.

  • Jennifer Smith March 16, 2018   Reply →

    Living energetic responsibility is not about living the perfect lifestyle, having the perfect diet. These things certainly influence of health, but wellbeing is much deeper than say diet and exercise. When we consider living our lives from our beingness we need to consider all of our lives, nothing is excluded. When we live from our beingness, rather than at a functional level, we realise that there is no weight or heaviness from the responsibility this brings.

  • Samantha Davidson March 15, 2018   Reply →

    Waywardness indeed, this something that I am familiar with myself, we call it the ego, the way we are, but it is the spirit…I can feel it is very different from soul. My soul supports all of me and all of the All, the spirt only concerns itself with its on interests.

  • Michael Brown March 13, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility is so huge when we consider that our movements are part of a relationship with All, not just that which we are close to.

  • David March 13, 2018   Reply →

    The whole world where I grew up was all about living to have as little responsibility as possible, even at work people wanted to get paid more but have less responsibility. Now what I love and find interesting is how the very idea of what we call responsibility is not in fact responsibility, I used to think its about doing more things, conforming to society and yet in that missed the quality of livingness that I and we as a society choose. How simple is it that our kids actually live with greater responsibility than we do in many cases?

  • Joshua Campbell March 13, 2018   Reply →

    The more we open up and get real about what is going on in today’s ‘modern’ world the more the lies and corruption that have laid rotting underneath society for decades is exposed. I would say this is only the beginning and what has been shared here will have to one day be the truth we all come to live every single day.

  • Shami March 9, 2018   Reply →

    The impact that health is having on society is such an important topic to discuss. Just the anxiety and fear levels alone around the possibility of loosing close relatives to cancer is possibly something that has not been so widely understood. But, in his true way, Serge Benhayon had brought this out for us to look at. And I get the sense that should there start to be some real and open discussions about how we all feel about the rates and conditions of illness and disease that are prevalent in our societies everywhere, then there really could be the potential for real and substantial change.

  • Joshua Campbell March 8, 2018   Reply →

    Love love love the absoluteness of what Serge presents. Unless you are not truly wanting to hear or understand what is presented, everything makes sense, so much so that it just has to be true!

  • Samantha Davidson March 6, 2018   Reply →

    Animals are great reflection considering something to learn about keeping life harmonious, they do not choose things that do not correspond to an orderly simple life, they know how best to look after themselves and they do it, where as humans have found a lot of ways not to care for themselves and abuse themselves.

  • Michael Brown March 5, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility is a big word and one that’s been missused and twisted to make it a burden or weight rather than the responsivity to life that it is.

    • Jennifer Smith March 16, 2018   Reply →

      So true Michael, one of many words that is being returned to its true meaning. This discussion provides us with the platform to look at responsibility in our own lives and how we have chosen to live or not live it.

  • Ingrid Ward March 5, 2018   Reply →

    Another brilliant and insight-full interview with Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith. Mention the word responsibility to most people and the reaction will not be a joyful one. But Serge Benhayon’s presentation of what true responsibility is certainly opens my eyes to the fact that it actually a joy; a way of living to embrace and not to shy away from. Living our responsibility in every moment adds another level of connection to those around us and to the world in general.

  • Julie Matson March 3, 2018   Reply →

    It’s so important to have the reflection that there is more to us than the human being and the heaviness that comes with that. Also, that responsibility is not a burden but a joy.

  • Sally March 3, 2018   Reply →

    Thank you for this very insightful interview, we often see responsibility as something we have over a job, or family, something we have to do for others, yet how often do we take true responsibility for ourselves, the way we live the way we talk and the choices we make. I understand more deeply what true responsibility is, and how much lighter and joyful we can feel when we are truly taking responsibility for ourselves, because it leaves nothing to chance.

  • Meg March 3, 2018   Reply →

    Yep it definitely makes sense like nothing else has ever made sense before. As a human race we are getting sicker, more unhappy, more mental health problems, no one is vital anymore, no one loves life, no one is deeply caring for themselves – we are in a mess – and Serge Benhayon’s presentations and philosophies are the only thing I’ve heard that not only make sense of it but offer us a way to correct the state of play we have got ourselves into – he is definitely a man worth listening to.

    • Michael Brown November 15, 2018   Reply →

      Not only makes sense of it, actually shows that we don’t have to be part of it. And i’m yet to see anyone who lives that on a day to day basis!

  • Shami March 2, 2018   Reply →

    It is beautiful to have the relationship between energetic healing and conventional medicine explained like this. And I love the way the two practises can sit side by side, both in full commitment to the person.

  • Jacqueline McFadden March 2, 2018   Reply →

    Seven years ago I had breast cancer. When I reflect back on that time, I literally sailed through all my treatment. Yes of course some things were challenging for example, losing my hair. But here’s the thing, I had chemo for 5 months and was not sick once. I took plenty of rest and started to cook everything from scratch so that I knew what was in my food, as I felt the importance of food and how much it could truly nourish and support my body at that time. And this still continues. The cancer was in my body or in a tumor on my right breast, which all my medical treatment dealt with. From the very beginning of my diagnosis I knew I wanted to address the root energetic cause as I did not wish to have a quick fix I wanted to truly heal. This is where the Esoteric modalities come in to support me to work on my ‘beingness’. I had Esoteric Charka Puncture every week after my chemotherapy, which acted like a chemo wash and greatly supported my body and why I was not sick.
    Working both with the medical profession and the Esoteric was a huge success and key was that I took responsibility for my part in my recovery, with the intention to truly heal. I was also blessed to have support from Serge.

  • Jacqueline McFadden March 2, 2018   Reply →

    How much are we in the trend of playing down how amazing we feel because those around us have many ill conditions. We have the responsibility to reflect how vital and well we are for others to see that there is another way and that in every moment we can choose a different choice which impacts our next healthy choice and so on.

  • Rebecca March 1, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility is taught as a hard, trying and heavy burden to bare, something we have to work at and something that somehow strips away our enjoyment of life or ability to do what we really want. But really, responsibility doesn’t need to be, and in truth is not anything like this – this is something I am still learning, but being responsible doesn’t leave you out of the equation, your equally looked after and considered.

  • James Nicholson March 1, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility seems like such an overpowering word many of us shy away from yet for me it brings such a sense of purpose and a reason to be doing things. I have seen so many including myself flourish when given the chance to take more responsibility say at work. And what is stopping us from all doing it in our lives then we get to address the real underlying issues and stop getting caught up in all the later stage out plays. I find if I am feeling frustrated I can easily blame another or a situation but when I stop and look back I see that it is agitating me and so I am reacting to what is going on which means I am out of order and so need to address that and then I get to see the situation more clearly and so do not react because with the clarity comes understanding and the more I am prepared to see the more I am given to see.

  • Rebecca February 28, 2018   Reply →

    Responsability is a huge topic – it is actually self empowering and not a burden!

  • Elaine Arthey February 27, 2018   Reply →

    It is not about addressing the illness it is about removing it and then stopping the behaviours that led to the illness in the first place. A great chance to get more honest with ourselves and love ourselves more deeply

    • David March 3, 2018   Reply →

      Elaine thats it, lets get to the root cause of whats gone on, why we get sick and then if we make the changes we inspire the changes for and with others.

  • Michael Brown February 26, 2018   Reply →

    And on top of with ease, with the upmost authority.

  • leigh matson February 24, 2018   Reply →

    When understanding the difference between the spirit and Soul it does indeed open up our understanding of physical and mental health. For example, no longer am I trapped in the disturbance of random or blaming the microwave for my conditions. Yes sometimes it takes a while to reach my responsibility in which one of the two beings I have chosen to make up all that I am that leads me to the health state I find myself in but it does come eventually and with it a feeling of settlement in the understanding.

  • Natalie Hawthorne February 20, 2018   Reply →

    When we start to feel that the way we have been living has not been responsible, abusive to ourselves and others and that we have been avoiding what we really know then you are at a point in your life where you know your can’t continue in your old ways. This is when the tide changes and it is with each paddle that you make in returning to what you know is true. When we start to live and express with who know we are and how this is a power that is connected with the All then each choice either confirms and celebrates this where Responsibility is a Joy or we fall back to the old ingrained ways and feel the devastation that this brings, only to realise that you can come back and be all of who we truly are. Responsibility never leaves us.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 20, 2018   Reply →

    At any point our life is running according to our connection to Soul or to spirit. This means it is crucial to be able to tell them apart. Yet there is so much confusion in this area throughout society. For ages I engaged in many spiritual new age studies and thought it was a great thing to strengthen my spirit – I did not realise there was an enormous gap between what I was pursuing and living soulfully. In fact there are languages out there that do not even differentiate between the two, using the same word for both! It is such a gift that Serge Benhayon through his presentations and books makes it so easy to start to reconnect to our awareness of this deeply significant aspect of life.

  • Samantha Davidson February 15, 2018   Reply →

    A daily practice and exploration….”How do I become more soulful?” why live shallow, superficial and for short term gain, time to go deep, timeless and expansive and reconnect with who we are in full, through a return to Soul.

  • Jennifer Smith February 13, 2018   Reply →

    I love Rebecca’s question about the being being offered a package to work through and heal in terms in a serious illness such as cancer. This question and this discussion presents a very different way of potentially approaching illness and disease for the person with the illness of disease. At its foundation it is one of responsibility for in that we do need to sit with and look at what it is that had brought us to this place. From experience in health this can very much be done in conjunction with medical care and treatment.

  • HM February 11, 2018   Reply →

    ‘The key is to make sure who we are is the soul’ – Serge Benhayon has delivered this teaching so simply, and with such truth, and this line alone calls out the level of responsibility we are being called to be to live in a way that truly honours the body and the soul.

  • Christoph Schnelle February 10, 2018   Reply →

    Acting responsibly is fun. Really.

  • Nattalija February 8, 2018   Reply →

    The false hope that is sold to us without an ounce of responsibility for our actions and the way we choose to live.

  • Gabriele Conrad February 6, 2018   Reply →

    True philosophy, wisdom and practicality, all in one and for everyday life and everyday people

    • David March 8, 2018   Reply →

      Gabriele the all-in-one answer to life through the science of responsibility. What if we embraced what Serge presented, tested it out for our own lives and saw the difference it made before discounting it? I did that, tested it out, and am very pleased that I did as its quite amazing the difference I now feel in my life.

  • Natalie Hawthorne February 5, 2018   Reply →

    Serge makes such great point about our pains or discomforts that are going on in our body, yet we brush them off because they don’t seem to be worth mentioning as there are other conditions going on. We need to stop and look at what we have agreed and accepted as normal. I know I certainly have and it is rather interesting what I can allow to heal with the honesty of where I am at.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 3, 2018   Reply →

    I love the photo that comes up when logging onto this page. That smile itself reflects the joy of responsibility truly embraced. This is a great episode to debase the debilitating false ideas about responsibility being a burden or a chore. Great viewing for absolutely anyone.

  • Melinda Knights February 2, 2018   Reply →

    I can relate to the trend that we can’t shine or be joyful around others who are feeling miserable, it’s like an unwritten contract to commiserate and enjoin what another feels.

    • Christoph Schnelle February 10, 2018   Reply →

      Yes, that contract is on offer but it hurts to sign on the dotted line.

  • Carmel Reid February 2, 2018   Reply →

    Healing helps us to understand the energetic aspects of every disease and this needs to be understood by conventional medicine because the causes of cancer are not generally known in the world and we look to cure rather than prevention. Lifestyle is beginning to be associated with heart disease and smoking with lung cancer but understanding health from the ‘beingness’ is still far from the norm.

  • Matilda Bathurst January 30, 2018   Reply →

    A quote of the day from Serge Benhayon in this interview has made me smile a lot this morning: ‘Responsibility is a joy’… and I know at times what this feels like… to realise the part we all play in the world and to therefore realise our interconnectedness. There is brotherhood to tap into that flies in the face of all the conflict we live alongside today.

    • Michael Brown February 9, 2018   Reply →

      How different is this from the load-bearing burden that is so commonly projected in society!

    • Rowena Stewart September 15, 2018   Reply →

      So true Matilda. There is an immense grace and joy in the knowing that everything we do matters and that the way we choose to do life can, if done with love, make a huge contribution to all our lives, both directly and indirectly as we feed back more love into the web that holds us together.

  • Jennifer Smith January 29, 2018   Reply →

    We normalise illness and disease as a normal part of ageing. But this is not true. It may be common and I feel we assume that because something is common that its normal. Dementia is not a normal part of ageing for example and neither is cancer. I was with someone today who said that being incontinent was a normal part of ageing. I also talk to a lot of people that have had enough of life as they are entering the terminal phase in their illness, this is also considered to be normal. We need to establish a new normal, a new what is possible. When we look back in history, we think we have made progress, but we haven’t. The outside parts have changed and become a bit more clever. But really we have advanced the external world at the expense of our internal flame.

    • Golnaz Shariaztadeh February 11, 2018   Reply →

      The fact that we keep getting cleverer and cleverer in manipulating and managing life, and we still have a downward spiral in the standard of ‘normal’ we keep settling for and resigning ourselves to in all areas of life, is a huge alarm bell that our approach to life is from okay.
      The wisdom and insights that Serge Benhayon presents offer much insight and clues toward starting to unpick the falsity we have been weaving ourselves into.

  • Michael Brown January 29, 2018   Reply →

    Now if only this science was taught in school…. our society would look very, very different indeed.

  • Michael Brown January 27, 2018   Reply →

    The ability to respond – sounds easy but when the call is to step up and leave my comforts behind it becomes a tad more difficult!

  • Tricia Nicholson January 23, 2018   Reply →

    The amazing power we all have in expressing our unique being ness inspiring others is our true responsibility shared clearly here so beautifully and is so different to what responsibility is made out to be . Our natural expression of love from inside allowing a natural confidence simplicity and joy of living to choose .

  • Joshua Campbell January 21, 2018   Reply →

    There is nothing you could truly say does not make sense to the body in what Serge Benhayon presents here. It all feels so true and my whole body literally ignites with what he is saying. There is no mental theories here. No wish or hope approaches or even an ounce of doubt or hypothesis in what he shares. He shares it from his own lives knowing and this is more powerful than any ideal or belief could ever be.

  • Lieke Campbell January 21, 2018   Reply →

    It really makes sense that when the responsibility for our transformation from spirit to soul is in our own hands the spirit tries to sabotage as much as it can and then it seems sometimes very hard to change so that we want others to do it for us. Even though all along the power of transformation is in our own choices we just have to know this again.

  • Sarah Karam January 16, 2018   Reply →

    It is so irresponsible to play ball with the current trends, if the trends are not true that is. Somewhere along the line, we seemed to have replaced true, with normal, and we have collectively made our gauge of what is acceptable or normal a downward sliding scale. Someone that is willing to remind us of our ultimate responsibility to ourselves and society, is definitely on the right track.

    • Michael Brown January 19, 2018   Reply →

      I like this posed as a philosophical question, Is it normal because it is in agreement with our bodies standard, or because it is common in an ill society?

    • Matilda Bathurst January 30, 2018   Reply →

      It is fascinating and inspiring (as in a catalyst for change) to consider what we accept because it is statistically normal as opposed to what our bodies show us is our true natural.

  • Elaine Arthey January 13, 2018   Reply →

    It is not until we understand the difference between spirit and soul and how energy works that we can begin to understand the human condition.

  • HM January 13, 2018   Reply →

    We certainly do hide our ill conditions and only talk about them once we have to. It is a way of us burying what is truly going on and not wanting to be aware of how far we are living from true vitality.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 16, 2018   Reply →

      This facade means the whole society can have the appearance of doing well, while in truth most people are suffering the ills of choosing lives that are well below the depth and quality of our true expression.

  • Mary January 7, 2018   Reply →

    I agree with what Serge Benhayon says which is to live in a way that naturally inspires others.
    From my own experience having listened to presentations and attending the Universal Medicine workshops, I felt for myself that there was a way to live that brought simplicity to my complicated way of life. Discarding all the complications such as wanting to be identified as a great friend, work colleague, mother. I had a suitcase full of what I felt I needed as my props, or go to’s which gave me my justification to exist. Relearning how to live by simply working on accepting myself has been life changing. What I treasure about this way of living is that it is non-imposing there is no one telling me what to do.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 28, 2018   Reply →

      It is so easy throughout life to unconsciously slot into being identified as this, that or another, and letting that dictate our expression. Not only have we been choosing this ingrained way for a long time, most of us are doing it too, so there seems to be a collective game.
      I find a choice like yours Mary a blessing for everyone, because on the receiving end, there are no demands or enticement felt to play any of those patterns and roles back. It makes it so much easier for the rest of us to be honouring of the truth of our own expression too.

  • Jennifer Smith January 5, 2018   Reply →

    “We save ourselves” -The ultimate in responsibility.

    • Matilda Bathurst January 30, 2018   Reply →

      Yup. I love this… no-one to blame, nowhere to hide, but in our own driving seats outing all our behaviours that are contra to our true nature, health and well-being.

  • Golnaz Shriatzadeh January 5, 2018   Reply →

    Recently I have been moved by hearing stories of how young people at toddlers age were found to delight in doing tasks to their own capability to ‘help out’.
    It warmed my heart to see that although as you can imagine the toddlers attempts are likely to make more of a mess than help with the activity, the parents chose to honour such natural expression and allow the child to do his/her thing.
    Such stories make me smile. They are an indication of the innate sense of responsibility we are all born with and the natural desire we have to contribute to the whole.

  • Natalie Hawthorne January 3, 2018   Reply →

    When I first experience Esoteric Healing and felt the arrest of an energy that I had taken into my beingness it was remarkable to feel and experience on all accounts. The actual physical feeling of the release in the body and emotions and then afterwards feeling completely different. The healing modalities as presented by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine are extraordinary. I am so thankful I came across them and now make them an every day part of my life.

  • HM January 3, 2018   Reply →

    Responsibility is in each movement. It is not something we switch on and off. It is something that is built in our bodies and Serge Benhayon presents this as he lives it in full.

  • Gabriele Conrad January 2, 2018   Reply →

    The precise difference between spirit and Soul as outlined by Serge Benhayon and The Ageless Wisdom he represents for our age makes sense of all our aberrant if not downright cruel and bestial behaviours which are all, against our true nature.

  • Karin Barea December 30, 2017   Reply →

    If we aren’t even willing to acknowledge there is a spirit and Soul within us then we are essentially letting our spirit have its wayward way. How else do we understand a resolve to never eat something we feel harms our physical body but then find ourselves reaching for something we know we’ll physically regret later?

  • leigh matson December 30, 2017   Reply →

    What I’ve learnt through the works of Serge Benhayon is that when I am under the energy of the spirit engaging in behaviours I know aren’t good or healthy for my body, pausing to ask myself about the energy I am in and my responsibility in that moment, means the push to continue the waywardness starts to fall away. Understanding the two sides makes sense of human behaviour when we are aware that there can be two drivers.

  • Elizabeth Dolan December 29, 2017   Reply →

    We have been so mislead about what responsibility is and who and what we are responsible for. I love how Serge Benhayon very simply puts the truth of responsibility – “we have a responsibility to be who we are”.

  • Andrew Mooney December 29, 2017   Reply →

    Love this take on responsibility here – certainly very different to the definition that I grew up with and is still common today – so simple and so light to consider that all we have to do is live who we truly are in the world.

  • Michael Brown December 28, 2017   Reply →

    Again the way we have used this word has built up its image. Taking responsibility, comes with a serious, load-bearing tone. What if all it is, is responding the call of what’s next? Would we embrace it then?

  • Mary December 28, 2017   Reply →

    I can relate to what Serge Benhayon says about being the being and not what the world has made us to be. I have been supported by the using of the modalities of Universal medicine to let go of being a product of the world. I have been supported to change this and be me, I have let go of all the hurts, ideals and beliefs I had taken on as though they were mine. This freed me and gave me the space to reconnect back to the child I remembered a little girl who looked out on the world with wonder and not mistrust. When we look beyond the protection of the hurts that we all carry there is a being that is quite beautiful to behold. And to be honest why we want to squash this precious part of us makes no sense to me.

  • David December 28, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to this episode has completely changed my view on what responsibility is all about, from looking at it as a task and a burden to actually seeing true responsibility being something that allows another to be inspired to be all of who they are.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 27, 2017   Reply →

    “What we call who we are can be determined by our Soul or it can be determined by our spirit”. Whether this is a familiar concept or a completely new one, it is worth exploring because so much in life starts to make more sense from such an exploration. And there is no one like Serge Benhayon in supporting with this through the simplicity, clarity and understanding he offers.

  • Melinda Knights December 27, 2017   Reply →

    Before I found the work of Serge Benhayon I had wondered about the difference between the spirit and the soul, however back then it was a concept. Now through my own experiences I can see it’s much more than a concept, it’s a way of living that we can all relate to. It’s the spirit in the self destructive behaviour, the hurts and the indulgences, and the harm of others, and in the soul it’s the loving warmth and simplicity, in the moment of truth that is lightning clear, the harmony we can feel with others, and the feeling we are connected to something so much greater than ourselves. In my own life and in observing the lives of others I can see and feel the difference. On the surface it might seem outrageous that there is the spirit and soul, yet we can all observe and feel the differences of each everyday.

  • Ingrid Ward December 27, 2017   Reply →

    Many wonderful gems of wisdom presented once again by Serge Benhayon. Today’s standout for me was that there is no world saviour… so if we are waiting to be saved, we will be waiting forever. But if we let go of the need/want to be saved and realised that the only person who can save us is us, the true meaning of responsibility begins to become clearer. Gone will be the old belief that responsibility is an onerous burden, to be replaced by the knowing that it is actually a joy, and the joy comes from the power that we all have to make our life the glorious way of living that we have always known deep down inside it could be.

  • Rachel Murtagh December 26, 2017   Reply →

    So much common sense is shared in terms of what we regard as health… True health is a vitality, a a whole wellness, a lived sparkle and not simply an absence of terminal disease. We have accepted being in good health as an ability to function and get by. There is so much brought to our attention in this episode about what it means to be truly well.

  • HM December 26, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon takes responsibility in the way that he presents this to humanity. With clarity and truth. He is deconstructing the essence of responsibility and presenting it to humanity so we have a choice – do we take it or leave it.

  • Rowena Stewart December 26, 2017   Reply →

    What these episodes deliver will feed humanity for life times to come, because every one is a rich source of universal wisdom that comes with many layers of valuable information. This is the wisest use of this entertainment medium I have ever had the grace and sheer privilege to come across. Thank God for Serge Benhayon TV.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 29, 2017   Reply →

      Yes Serge Benhayon TV is a great marker for the quality, value and responsibility which could be the foundation of this medium. And perfect that we are making these observations on a page where Rebecca Asquith and Serge Benhayon take the general understanding of responsibility to a deeper level.

  • Matilda Bathurst December 25, 2017   Reply →

    Yes I agree Ariana… these interviews cover such profound topics to a depth that is properly inspiring and what I love about them is that the way Rebecca Asquith and Serge Behayon communicate makes everything simple and accessible.

  • Matilda Bathurst December 25, 2017   Reply →

    23 minutes of brilliant inspiration about responsibility and our current human condition. Thank you Serge Benhayon​ and Rebecca Asquith​ for this interview… my relationship with responsibility is changing daily as I embrace it more, understanding the beauty of my part in the whole.

  • Karin Barea December 25, 2017   Reply →

    Yes, this makes sense like nothing else has ever made sense before. For me I know I’ve been very irresponsible in my life and have the health effects to show it. I’ve always buried my head in the sand not wanting to know the effects of the ill behaviours I know I’ve lived. And, to dull this obvious awareness, I have then knowingly compounded the ill effects by attempt to bury my head further with various means. So hearing how we can be very ill and still be in touch with, and enjoy our beingness inspires me to heal the ill choices and be fully aware of their harm both on me physically but also as the harm my reflection condoned for others. There is nothing we cannot return to love from.

  • Jennifer Smith December 23, 2017   Reply →

    I love Serge’s description of healing being about clearing or healing the root energetic cause of an illness or disease. Therefore someone could still carry a physical illness or disease but have cleared the energetic component that cause this and because this energetic pattern is cleared they can be more of the joy of who they are, even with a physical illness. This turns around illness and disease completely and the burden of illness and disease.

  • Michael Brown December 22, 2017   Reply →

    Responsibility is not something to take or to have, it is to be. To be responsible is the way out of this self-induced mess we’re in.

    • Melinda Knights December 27, 2017   Reply →

      So simple Michael, “Responsibility is not something to take or to have, it is to be.”, thank you.

  • Natalie Hawthorne December 20, 2017   Reply →

    Responsibility goes a long way, much further than what we think it does. How we live and every choice we make has an immediate ripple effect into the universe so when we view it like this you get to understand and feel the importance of everything that we are doing.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 19, 2017   Reply →

    As with so many other aspects of life, our perception of responsibility is twisted beyond measure in a way that debilitates our true expression. Serge Benhayon is a master at peeling back the layers and revealing the gold that we have become so accustomed to ignore.

    • Jennifer Smith September 18, 2018   Reply →

      With that he is the master of simplicity, which is often not regarded as one with responsibility. But from what Serge presented here, they go hand in hand.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 15, 2017   Reply →

    Who would have thought that responsibility, love and joy are so beautifully intertwined – in fact they could be seen as a different expression of the same.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 9, 2017   Reply →

    Healing is removing the energetic aspects of illness and disease, all aspects where we did not live up to the amazingness we truly are. This is so supportive and more nourishing than only removing the symptoms.

  • Jennifer Smith December 7, 2017   Reply →

    Knowing that we have a place within that supports us and does not rely on the approval of the outside world is very beautiful. For this place within is exquisitely beautiful and shows us very clearly who we are and who everyone else is. Its so much more than our eyes tell us.

  • Jennifer Smith December 6, 2017   Reply →

    So very important to reflect on the quality of our being and what is running our being. That is, is it the Soul or the Spirit? I grew up in the Catholic tradition and was familiar with these words but never did I understand what they meant, never was it explained so clearly like Serge Benhayon explains it. I feel it is one of the most important teachings, for without it nothing makes sense.

    • Matilda Bathurst December 25, 2017   Reply →

      I agree, Jennifer, the difference between soul and spirit is the most foundational thing we can learn and understand about the human condition, our origins and purpose. Serge Benhayon’s explanation of this in this interview and in many other presentations is simple and undeniable.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 5, 2017   Reply →

    Our only responsibility is to know that there is a character in us which is amazing, multidimensional, gorgeous, worthy and valuing and loving, and to responsively take care of this and live this quality instead of showing the world a version of us which the world has made us to be. This is so powerful. What kind of more beautiful responsibility is there as to nourish and live our amazingness, love and beauty and bring this to the world ?

  • Jennifer Smith December 5, 2017   Reply →

    Its very true that our health and how we are with our health has and is having and will continue to have a very big impact on society in general, on communities and families. This affects everybody, no-one is excluded here. Health professionals, even with the knowledge they have on the human body and knowing about how our lifestyle choices can ultimately affect our health, still make choices with their own health that will lead eventually to poor health and a reliance on the system that is buckling already under the weight of the impact of illness and disease and our choices that result in them.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 5, 2017   Reply →

    Responsibility, just like breathing is one of the most natural forms of expression we have, yet we have somehow talked ourselves into thinking it is great to escape it.
    Truly eye-opening when we start to realise how much it actually exhausts us resisting the natural impulse we have to love, express and be responsible in life.

  • Sarah Karam December 2, 2017   Reply →

    I have met people that are terminally ill that inspire me greatly, not because they are sick or the way they are handling their sickness but because they are amazing people. Illness does not mean you have failed in anyway, it is a communication and usually deep down, if they connect, the person that is ill knows what message is being communicated back to them by them. Knowing that life has so many layers, enables you to be more equipped to deal with ill health. We have a responsibility to remind people of these layers or parts of us and we can do that by living soulfully to best of ability, connecting and growing our sixth sense and being very involved with community.

  • Kerstin Salzer December 2, 2017   Reply →

    To understand that in truth we are joyful, amazing, vibrant beings is something I never have been told in my life. It struck me that I am powerful and radiant, when all my life I was convinced being worth nothing. And when there were so-called compliments often they were laced with jealousy. What is presented here is pure joy and appreciation of the beings we truly are.

  • Jennifer Smith November 26, 2017   Reply →

    Learning the difference between the spirit and soul has been challenging because it has, and still does expose the choices that I make to keep me in the indulgences of the spirit and therefore separate from the soul. This teaching really does make sense because it explains so much about my own choices, but also about why things happen in this world they way they do. They have really helped me make sense of what I see around me.

  • Kerstin Salzer November 25, 2017   Reply →

    Responsibility is to be open to shine our amazingness, love and beauty into the world every moment. I grew up with the understanding that responsibility is a burden. So if I connect to my true inner beauty and amazingness would this be a burden to embrace in full and live ?
    I would say no. It would be like to have a brightly shining diamond inside and dismiss it, ignore it, make it unseen.

  • Michael Brown November 25, 2017   Reply →

    Responsibility scares us because over many many years the meaning has been changed to represent a burden and a strain. The more we embrace it as life’s richness the more it will support us in our days and in our lives.

  • Natallija November 22, 2017   Reply →

    Having seen this episode a few times I am starting to really understand how we have been modelled that responsibility is about fatigue, exhaustion and overwhelm, when the living example of Serge Benhayon shows us the total opposite. A body of vitality, harmony and joy… fully responsible in life and what there is to offer another in this reflection.

  • Jennifer Smith November 22, 2017   Reply →

    I heard yesterday that dementia is now the leading cause of death in women and will be the same for men in about 5 years time. This is devastating on so many levels, the financial cost to a family but also community, the loss of a person way before they actually die, the required care that is often much more than most families can manage etc etc. This is also only one illness/ condition. Each illness has a similar effect on communities and families. This conversation about what is health from a beingness level is opening up the conversation on something that has been ignored for a long time. It exposes that our current way of approaching health, although very needed is only part of the story.

  • Otto Bathurst November 20, 2017   Reply →

    Wow! There is so much simple gold in here. Our choice – with no judgement or burden – responsibility has never looked so joyous. 1st, 2nd, 3rd viewing…SergeBenhayonTV can be watched over and over again.

  • Natallija November 20, 2017   Reply →

    Today I truly felt the word responsibility has been used in a way that one is asked to be less and express less. What is offered in this episode exposes how we are often fed a belief that often covers up the truth.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 18, 2017   Reply →

    We think it is our right to be able to be irresponsible about our bodies and the way we live, we think it does not matter that we diminish ourselves in living and expressing our full glory. We hold a belief that this is happening in our own little bubble and it does not affect everyone else.
    Here is a preposterous example; What if the sun decided to start adopting behaviours that would mean it was not going to shine so brightly or consistently? What if plants grew and bore fruit only when they felt like it and what if the earth was making choices that affected its turning round (night & day) and going around the sun (seasons and years)? These examples are ridiculous. Exactly. Because no part of the Universe, apart from human beings, works that way; and we are shown from every angle that our assumption that what we do does not affect everyone and everything is a complete illusion.

  • Melinda Knights November 17, 2017   Reply →

    It makes such simple sense to understand ourselves as the human and the being, the physical and the non physical aspects of who we are and how these are interrelated and impact on our health, wellbeing, and quality of life.

  • Michael Brown November 14, 2017   Reply →

    I have learnt that it is not about taking responsibility, as a burden or strain, but it is about being responsible and by that I mea taking and appreciating every opportunity I am given.

  • Jonathan Stewart November 11, 2017   Reply →

    Perceiving a person with the two aspects of the ‘human’ and the ‘being’ as presented by Serge Benhayon brings a depth of understanding of humanity in general and the individual that is sorely lacking. Once presented it seems such common sense and with it a whole new way of looking for resolutions to problems rather than short-term solutions.

  • HM November 11, 2017   Reply →

    What is also apparent here is that responsibility does not need to come from the top down, as it is a quality each of us naturally holds. Even a baby can show an adult responsibility, as I have seen with my own eyes. We seem to have, as a society, appropriated responsibility to the bare minimum we can get away with and so this means we avoid teaching true responsibility to others, as true teaching is by reflection.

  • Natalie Hawthorne November 8, 2017   Reply →

    We have created the word responsibility to be loaded with such a heavy burden we don’t want to know anything about it. In doing so it doesn’t question or expose the choices we do make that are irresponsible which suits us down to the ground. When we take a step back and understand what true responsibility is then you get to see it in the light of what it really means. To live and be all of who we are, no compromise and appreciate how special this really is actually becomes a joy to live. Thanks Serge Benhayon for the wisdom you bring through.

  • Sarah Karam November 3, 2017   Reply →

    What I love hearing Serge Benhayon talk about is the importance of not letting an illness take us over, as in, dull our light or stop our joy.. The body is the maker of all truth but of what truth? Illness is the “beingness” way of communicating back to the body, it is our responsibility to listen. Health is impacting society in a big big way, the question is….how loud does the message need to be in order to get our attention?

  • Michael Brown October 31, 2017   Reply →

    A beautiful man sent me an email the other day breaking down the word responsibility and how much the word has been twisted to become a burden and struggle. It’s amazing to be able to see past the “standard” meaning of words as Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith have done in this interview.

  • HM October 31, 2017   Reply →

    Responsibility is how we live and what we reflect to others. We can’t tell someone how to be or what to do, but we can live in a way that inspires.

    • Jonathan Stewart November 11, 2017   Reply →

      Living in a way that inspires is the means to express what we feel and know is true without imposing that on another.

  • Fiona Cochran October 30, 2017   Reply →

    It is so true that we only go to the doctor with our most extreme ailments, if we have something wrong with us that we can manage then, for the most part, we ignore it and accept it as normal.

  • Fiona Cochran October 30, 2017   Reply →

    We have a responsibility to live the joy and love that we are so that we can reflect and inspire another to live the joy that they naturally are. That turns responsibility completely on its head.

  • Fiona Cochran October 30, 2017   Reply →

    I’m often told that I am heathy, I eat the right foods, go to bed early, rest well etc., and yet I know that there is so much more that needs to be addressed if I am to live a truly healthy lifestyle.

  • Jennifer Smith October 28, 2017   Reply →

    We are being taken out before out time with the increase in the diseases. Working in palliative care we are seeing an increase in the number of people aged between 55 and 65 who are being referred to palliative care and of course its never just about that person. There are families and friends that are all affected.

  • Matilda Bathurst October 22, 2017   Reply →

    Put together and held in their entirety, the teachings of The Ageless Wisdom make sense like nothing has ever made sense before. All my questions and confusion about life and its discordance are understood more and more as I open myself up to this innate and ancient wisdom.

  • jennym October 20, 2017   Reply →

    Now I understand how responsibility is a joy for we can only heal ourselves and inspire another to heal themselves. This takes away the heaviness of being responsible for others to make changes.

  • Jennifer Smith October 19, 2017   Reply →

    How often do we hear that? “Responsibility is a Joy” They are 2 words that would ordinarily not go in the same sentence. But there is absolute truth in this for the qualities of these 2 words feed each other in like a feedback loop. The sad thing with both of these words is that he have lost their true meanings. We can live in a way that exudes both. When we live it we know it.

  • Sarah Karam October 18, 2017   Reply →

    We all hold an important place in this world, to think that we can just check out and nobody will be affected by our absence is an ignorant position to take. We are all equally valuable and we all have many others watching to see what our next step is. The truth is we are responsible for ourselves and others whether we like it or not, it is an energetic fact.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 18, 2017   Reply →

    Understanding the fact of spirit and Soul within us, the distinction between the two and how my alignment to either one plays out, has been one of the most significant turning points in my life.

  • Harrison White October 17, 2017   Reply →

    A responsibility to be all that we are, so others have the opportunity to see who they are too, very amazing and humbling.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 17, 2017   Reply →

    Great episode. Listening to Serge Benhayon it becomes very clear that we can not reflect on the true meaning of responsibility or any other aspect of human existence, without considering the energetic dynamics of the life we are living.

  • Jennifer Smith October 16, 2017   Reply →

    I love how Serge Benhayon shared that we are not here to be ‘saved’ by another, but that we are here to save ourselves. This is the beauty of responsibility. We might not think it is beautiful, especially when we are in the midst of the discomfort on feeling the results of our irresponsibility. However when we realise that true responsibility is about being ourselves and expressing this to the best of our ability we begin to see the ripple effect of this for ourselves but also for others. Now that is very beautiful indeed.

  • Michael Brown October 15, 2017   Reply →

    Comfort is easy, but complicated. Responsibility can be difficult at times, but is oh so simple.

  • HM October 15, 2017   Reply →

    More and more there are events that are happening in the world that suggest we are not willing to take responsibility – and that we don’t truly live in a way that represents it in full. What Serge Benhayon presents is a link back to the science of it – the truth of it – which is so deeply needed in the world today.

  • Jennifer Smith October 14, 2017   Reply →

    I know someone recently who went to the doctor with leg pain, which ended up being a simple pulled muscle. Interestingly the doctor was surprised that they had gone to see the doctor and didn’t really wait to see what was going to happen, i.e.. to see whether it settled down or not. Doctors seem to mostly see people with chronic conditions and if there is something acute going on, its still related to the chronic condition. And a lot of people now have multiple chronic conditions, no wonder we may not mention the sore back!

  • Stephanie Stevenson October 14, 2017   Reply →

    To understand the true meaning of the word responsibility as joyfully living our natural way, from our essence, beautifully exposes the unnecessary seriousness, trying, striving and controlling attitudes often associated with responsibility as being a heavy burden.

  • Matilda Bathurst October 13, 2017   Reply →

    Offering us the opportunity to re-write our relationship with responsibility, Serge Benhayon presents philosophy and truth in a totally accessible and inspiring way.

  • Gregory Barnes October 4, 2017   Reply →

    Energetic responsibility as presented by Serge Benhayon show that life is not just full of random acts but as everything is because of energy, we have to be responsible for which energy we choose to align to.

  • Jennifer Smith September 30, 2017   Reply →

    There has been much presented here that will affect the future of health and of medicine. In fact what Serge Benhayon has offered here is truly ground breaking. Working in healthcare I see the devastation of what illness and disease can bring and how we have downplayed what wellness and wellbeing actually is. Its sad that it takes major illness and disease to allow us to be more honest with ourselves. But it doesn’t always have to be this way. We have created a language around illness and disease that keeps us in the same momentums too; the “fighting the good fight’, ‘never give up’ etc. There is much that can be done in health care to change our current trajectories in health, but this revolution in healthcare now starts and belongs to us, rather than the finding so called ‘cures’.

  • Melinda Knights September 29, 2017   Reply →

    What a beautiful word responsibility is when it’s used in its true purpose, to be all of who we are, the love, joy, and amazingness and reflect that way of being and living to others.

  • Michael Brown September 28, 2017   Reply →

    I am reminded of a comedian who had observed the arrogance of people to think that it is our job to save animals from extinction and “save the planet”. For how can we ‘save’ these things when we can’t even look after ourselves??

  • HM September 26, 2017   Reply →

    It is so true that we just ‘cope’ with pain. I have seen many staff members struggle with this, and just put up with it rather than actually seeing that this is not a natural part of our lives. And as Serge Benhayon expresses here – we have to be careful we don’t lessen the meaning of true health.

  • Jennifer Smith September 23, 2017   Reply →

    This is such an great interview I had to listen to again. Just pondering on something that was said about how we don’t want to appear to exuberant with someone that may be feeling flat. I have been on both sides of that and one is giving our power way to an emotion that simply does not belong to us and the other is being in the emotion that basically puts a wet blanket over everyone. This really highlights that “we are the subjects of energy” (SB) otherwise we would not be influenced by the ways and behaviours of others in this way.

  • Natalie Hawthorne September 23, 2017   Reply →

    I can feel the space and flow in my body when I honour the responsibility that is there to be chosen as my particles are being obedient to the Universal quality. It really is worth making these choices.

  • Jennifer Smith September 22, 2017   Reply →

    One of the things that Serge Benhayon talks about in this episode that I love, is that our body may have illness or disease but our being may not, which means that our being is not weighed down by the emotions or carrying the hurts of a lifetime, leaving us free to enjoy who we are and what this brings regardless of what is happening to our body. Working with people who are sick I have rarely seen it, but I have and I know that this is very possible and this is where I want to be if I have become very unwell.

  • Jennifer Smith September 22, 2017   Reply →

    There is so much illness and disease, that it has become almost abnormal not to have a diagnosis of something. I see sick people everyday and document their medical history and some people have a collection of diagnoses, all of which have a significant impact on their bodies, as well as their lives. This is not spoken about in this way in media that I have seen, with great concern for what this means to everyone. I am sure that there would be people in Government that would be greatly concerned with the spiralling costs, but I have to say that it’s still not part of everyday conversation and while we have all of our distractions, it may not.

  • fiona lotherington September 20, 2017   Reply →

    “There is no such thing as a saviour or world saviour. We save ourselves”. This sentence alone undoes a big package of irresponsibility that we have accepted from institutionalised religion. Even if we don’t consciously subscribe to a religion, we are affected by this and tend to wait for someone to save us, be that a religious figure or guru, family, a partner who we expect to make us feel complete. This way of living is disempowering and stops us from seeing the potential just waiting within us.

  • Stephen Gammack September 13, 2017   Reply →

    Who doesn’t alter their way of living and being to accommodate the reactions of others. On so many subtle levels we are affected by not wanting to stand out or be seen to be different. You could see this clearly in a teenager at school conforming by being rebellious or by being a diligent student. But in truth it is in all of us, how we measure our responses to be accepted even when this crushes how we naturally want to express. It starts as a small child and by the time we are an adult most of us don’t even think we are being anything different than who we naturally are.

  • Natalie Hawthorne September 12, 2017   Reply →

    From my experience with the Universal Medicine healing modalities they are significantly powerful – you may not feel it at the time, and sometimes you do, but the reconfiguration after the arresting of an energy that is not harmonious to the body and being is life changing. Your body feels and moves in a completely different way than it did. Then from that moment it is our choice whether to call in the ill energy that has just been arrested or not, and make new choices. That is true responsibility.

  • HM September 10, 2017   Reply →

    So simply and brilliantly shared by Serge Benhayon – that there is a human element and a ‘being’ element and we can either choose spirit or soul – and in that is the answer to any and all our conditions – I mean this changes the face of well-being and health as we know it. There is so much more to us getting sick, and there is so much more behind our every choice.

  • Mary September 10, 2017   Reply →

    I feel what Serge Benhayon is saying makes sense to me, as I have personally been inspired by the very way that Serge Benhayon and actually the entire Benhayon family live their lives, they have shown me that there is a way to live our lives that is non competitive that actually group work is so much more powerful because it is everyone working together for the greater good of say a company rather than for the individual who is all about the self and what they can personally gain over another or others.

  • jennym September 10, 2017   Reply →

    Such valuable insight into the different aspects of our being explaining the different energies at play behind all our behaviour, thoughts and feelings.

  • Stephanie Stevenson September 9, 2017   Reply →

    I love the gems and wisdom that flows through all these TV episodes with Serge Benhayon, that everyone can access and enjoy if so choosing. I have chosen to live with more awareness and response-ability since attending Serge’s presentations and workshops.

  • Natalie Hawthorne September 9, 2017   Reply →

    I remember going along to the first Universal Medicine workshop back in 2004 and it is so strong in me the feeling and knowing of what Serge Benhayon was presenting and how much sense it actually made. The truth that I had been looking for but hadn’t found. I was sitting there and I can remember clocking myself nodding along as if I knew it all already. I have continued since then to listen and practice what Serge Benhayon has presented, and found for myself whether it is my truth – and sure enough feeling the difference of my Soul and Spirit and how important it is to choose which one I am connecting to at any given moment. This continues to be a work in progress and I know it is a relationship that will continue to ever deepen.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 7, 2017   Reply →

    Why indeed do we seem to avoid responsibility at all costs?” After reflecting on what Serge Benhayon presents here, it becomes clear that for the most part we are reacting to our interpretations and erroneous pictures of the word responsibility, and not the real thing.

  • Deborah September 7, 2017   Reply →

    Absolutely pivotal to living life – so many keys to support us to be the ‘being that we’ are in the world and ‘not the human being the world has made us to be’.

  • Tricia Nicholson September 4, 2017   Reply →

    A real and beautiful understanding of the true level and meaning of responsibility that can grow from within us all the time . It is indeed part of our evolution and a joy to be part of when seen in its true light and depth and not the bastardised form we are so often presented with.

  • Natallija September 3, 2017   Reply →

    What is interesting to note here is that when we force others into responsibility the resistance is greater than when we model our livingness for other to feel and see.

  • Stephen Gammack September 2, 2017   Reply →

    “We’re here to save ourselves” not from anyone else, and this comes from appreciating ourselves and how much we each have to offer. I have found that Serge helps foster that in others like no one I have ever experienced.

  • Sandra Schneider September 1, 2017   Reply →

    To take our responsibility is a part of our evolution and so it is joy, as it confirms our way, back to a soulful living. Any time responsibility does not feel like that – it is not true responsibility.

  • Andrew Mooney August 30, 2017   Reply →

    Love the description here of responsibility being an opportunity to inspire another person to live more true to themselves and it is a great point that we cannot make anyone do anything and that they can only make the choice for themselves.

  • Kerstin Salzer August 29, 2017   Reply →

    For me it is interesting to observe that a lot of people do not want to know the root cause of their illness as this would ask for more responsibility. Most people I know would like to have their symptoms gone and very view are looking for true healing. It makes totally sense what Seerge Benhayon is sharing here, that the being inside of us has a say concerning our illness and diseases.

  • HM August 28, 2017   Reply →

    A very inspiring look at illness and disease and what lies behind this. It is massive to hear that we have not understood health at the ‘being’ level and that there is so much more to what we think health currently is. As is shared here – no one wants to see their family get sick. We have learnt to function and cope with a lot going on in the background.

  • Rowena Stewart August 27, 2017   Reply →

    Bringing the emphasis back to the ‘Being’ part of our human-ness restores a natural balance that has for too long, and much to our detriment, been sorely missing. When we put ‘Being-ness’ first, we re-ignite our inherent wisdom, knowing and immense sensitivity, which transforms the quality of our everyday lives beyond all expectations.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 7, 2017   Reply →

      The number of time I have heard people exclaim there must be more to life. Yes there is more, much more. “Put our ‘Being-ness ‘ first and re-ignite our inherent wisdom, knowing and immense sensitivity” and here we have it.

  • Natalie Hawthorne August 27, 2017   Reply →

    Totally get what Serge Benhayon is saying about down grading your true vitality and wellbeing for accepting something that is going on in our bodies that has started to be our normal – we put up with it, and that there is other more obvious issues to deal with. This is something that we have been brushing under the carpet for so long but it is absolutely essential that we don’t accept this as our normal.

  • John O Connell August 24, 2017   Reply →

    This is so wonderfull getting clarity on Soul and spirit ” what we call who we are can be determined by the spirit or can be determined by the Soul ” and the key to who we truly are is the Soul. we come from Soulfulness , Thank you Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith

  • Samantha Chater- England August 23, 2017   Reply →

    Can you imagine what impact this would have on the world if more people watched this. This is the type of quality and education we need to be seeing on our screens not the usual sensationalised hype, the world is the way it is because we have turned our backs on responsibility. Serge Benhayon speaks a truth that awakens us to our own ill behaviours – by taking responsibility it is our way back to love.

    • Amita August 29, 2017   Reply →

      Well said Samantha it is us who have turned our backs on responsibility its time we all stopped and reflected on how we have been living and start to take responsibility again. Serge Benhayhon speaks that awakens us, we have a choice to take responsibility and choose truth back to love.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh August 23, 2017   Reply →

    We pride ourselves for our ability to use logic to understand things. Yet we are the only species that with premeditated behaviour abuse our own bodies and go against the natural harmonious intelligence that so many species around us seem to tap into. It is a significant question we need to be asking: is there more than one source of intelligence and just what intelligence is it that we are tapping into?

  • John O Connell August 22, 2017   Reply →

    The facade of people being healthy is so true, when I get chatting to people just about everyone is on some form of medication or they’re waiting for an appointment to see a specialist .

  • Shami August 21, 2017   Reply →

    I love the way that Serge Benhayon brings responsibility in to everyday living through the science of it. So everything is a science when we bring it to life.

  • Stephen Gammack August 20, 2017   Reply →

    The spirit and the soul, it makes so much sense to consider why we harm ourselves with what we choose. To look at the potential that we have two sources of energy we choose to align to, one that harms and one that heals. If we reflect on our lives, we can see it makes perfect sense in how we have lived and how clearly we are making moves to choose well, or harming decision. One day we will accept there is so much more to life than meets the eye, and in this regard Serge Benhayon has shared so much that makes sense of life.

  • Natalie Hawthorne August 19, 2017   Reply →

    I love listening to Serge Benhayon present, every time he brings it back to a reality and truth of what is going on. I am never told what to do – I sit there with the choice of aligning with it, or not. But then not making any change only keeps my ‘comfortable’ existing life as it is. I am continually inspired by Serge and absolutely grateful to have been introduced.

  • Carmel Reid August 18, 2017   Reply →

    Right at the beginning, Rebecca Asquith reminds us that when we are miserable, that’s what we contribute to the world, and when we are joyful, that’s what we contribute. It is always our choice how we choose to be.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh August 25, 2017   Reply →

      Yes we always have a choice how we are and how we respond.
      And what a huge aha moment when we realise that, as in the example you have given, every single choice we make inherently affects the world.

    • Sandra Vicary March 3, 2018   Reply →

      Absolutely Carmel. We have a choice in every moment to be how we want to be, and how we want the world to experience us. Which highlights the responsiblity we have, as you point out, because however we are is our contribution to the world.

    • David July 3, 2018   Reply →

      Carmel wise words, we indeed contribute how we are with everyone and everything, Time to take responsiblity for that.

  • Natallija August 15, 2017   Reply →

    A ‘ouch’ topic no less when we are not willing to sit with the truth that is playing out in the world today. Thank you Serge Benhayon for being such a person who bring such loving support to the enviable ‘ouch’ we are not willing to see but can without doubt all feel.

  • Natalie Hawthorne August 12, 2017   Reply →

    This is so true what Serge shares how we have a fitness and a health that is based solely on the body and it doesn’t engage and incorporate our being. Since attending Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine workshops, courses and presentations I have come to connect and feel my being on a much deeper level than I ever thought possible. When I choose to connect to my being then every thing that I have been taught and shown to be as fitness doesn’t fit the quality of my being.

  • Jenny James August 9, 2017   Reply →

    ‘Responsibility is a joy’ and, by reflecting our true and natural expression , each and every one of us has the power to inspire others and ourselves. Thank you Serge Benhayon

  • John O Connell August 6, 2017   Reply →

    This is so beautiful how Serge Benhayon explains about illness and disease
    ” illness and disease occurs at the human part and the being-ness can remain free of illness and disease ” there is such learning listening to this TV .

  • Danna Elmalah August 6, 2017   Reply →

    This is a sharing of true democracy. These TV episodes share with humanity the reality of life and our responsibility in it… For those who wonder what true responsibility is – this is a mega blast of an episode that share way beyond our image of what we thought ‘responsibility’ to be… And we are offered and at the same time, by inspiration, asked to take ourselves to another level of depth, integrity, love and consideration of what life is about. Truly profound teaching for our mankind. Loving every single word – and all that it represents.

  • Stephanie Stevenson August 5, 2017   Reply →

    The topics that are brought to Serge Benhayon TV are true gems available to be accessed by everyone worldwide. What an invaluable gift to humanity.

  • Rowena Stewart August 4, 2017   Reply →

    I haven’t met or come across anyone else who presents information in this way, with such an unassuming wisdom and true understanding of who we are and how to properly live our lives. Revelatory and extremely empowering.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh August 5, 2017   Reply →

      And I find it hugely supportive that everything is always approached and expanded with so much honouring and true love of people. Even when Serge Benhayon highlights the worst elements of human behaviour, it is always done with so much grace and understanding that you come away feeling more confirmed for the love that you actually are, realising the horrors of life are simply the repercussions of choosing to live life with less than your full loving expression.

  • Samantha Davidson August 2, 2017   Reply →

    Internal re-assurance amazing, no need to live life seeking anything external to know ourselves and all. This is the way to go, the science of responsibility.

  • Rowena Stewart July 31, 2017   Reply →

    This interviews are multi-layered. Each time I watch them I get to another level of understanding about who we are and what our next steps are in dealing with the evident misery that abounds our world.

  • Gabriele Conrad July 31, 2017   Reply →

    So true – nothing else makes sense while the teachings of The Ageless Wisdom do and answer all of life’s questions. For example, the clear distinction between spirit and Soul does away with the seeming mystery of why we do so many things that are to our detriment, from eating too much to completing suicide.

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 30, 2017   Reply →

    That is fascinating and makes so much sense that it is the being will seek to heal the root cause of and issue on an energetic level which then will be released into the human physical form to clear what has been accrued. How in fact ill-ness and dis-ease are clearing and a healing for the human being and is an actual blessing.

  • John O Connell July 30, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to Serge Benhayon explaining about how ” we save ourselves ” gives a clearer understanding of the common phrase [ self salvation ]
    In that there is no ” saviour or world saviour “

  • Stephen Gammack July 29, 2017   Reply →

    Our expectations of health have become so low, if we present with no ill health conditions this is seen as optimal health. Yet that is only the base level of wellbeing. Serge Benhayon has really opened my eyes to the depth of what this means. For years I knew of the WHO guidelines for Wellbeing that was based on an absence of illness and disease, but now i see how this is such a false benchmark when the potential of us all is so, so much greater.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 28, 2017   Reply →

    It is incredible how humanity has been reinterpreting and bastardising the true meaning of so many words to the extent that we become blind to the power, simplicity and love that is actually our natural way and we start chasing that which is anything but our true expression.
    Thank God for soul-led individuals such as Serge Benhayon who keep calling out our wayward choices.

  • Mary July 27, 2017   Reply →

    It’s brilliant that everyone who cannot get to a presentation, or workshop has an opportunity to watch and listen to Serge Benhayon as he makes so much sense to a world that doesn’t make any sense at all.
    Serge Benhayon talks of saving oneself and that no one else can save us. I know this to be true as I have reconnected back to the natural exuberance and joy I knew as a child but hid this part of me away as it didn’t feel safe to shine and be me. Meeting Serge Benhayon, listening and participating in the many workshops that have been on offer has brought me back to my childhood again before I stopped expressing the joy and natural love I felt. This shows me it’s never too late to late to make changes in our lives to bring us back to who we truly are.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh August 5, 2017   Reply →

      Yes Mary it is hugely significant and empowering that it is never too late. We always have all the answers and everything we need deep within and although we can be inspired by another, no one else can ever save us. It is up to us to walk the steps.
      I agree, what a blessing that such invaluable inspiration and support is accessible to all through Serge Benhayon TV.

    • Ingrid Ward October 24, 2018   Reply →

      I absolutely agree Mary, that it is “never too late to late to make changes in our lives to bring us back to who we truly are”, and who we truly are is filled with joy. To be able to reconnect to this natural joy we had as children simply shows us that we are all born whole and very wise, and not the empty vessels which need filling we have been led to believe children are.

  • Kerstin Salzer July 27, 2017   Reply →

    What is obvious, is that we are lying to each other as a society, we say everything is ok and our bodies feel well, when in truth our bodies are hard and exhausted, we say newspapers and media are telling lies, but we do not stop to buy them or use them as source for information; we know how harming internet games and computer games can be, yet we do not stop buying and using them. What is truly going on here ? We know what feels true but still do the opposite. What sense does this make?

  • Samantha Chater- England July 27, 2017   Reply →

    Oh my this is so needed, how many of us walk around thinking the world owes us, as a society we are such a long long way off living responsibility in fact we have become the masters of the opposite, if there is anything we have been good at as a human race it is irresponsibility.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh August 1, 2017   Reply →

      It is great to expose such thoughts that ‘the world owes us’ or that ‘someone else will save us’ for how completely dis-empowering they are. We end hoping someone will sort it all out for us or blame someone for not doing so, but meanwhile we are disengaging from the awareness that we are deeply loving, aware and powerful beings that have been living a fraction of our true essence, but at any point we can still choose to return to living the deep level of love, joy, wisdom, harmony and oneness that is our natural expression.

  • rosanna bianchini July 26, 2017   Reply →

    The sense of confidence and trust comes from within and it’s not externally sought or relied upon – so the ability to be who we truly are and not hold it back, holds a natural and easy confidence that is true and unwavering.

  • Fiona Cochran July 26, 2017   Reply →

    Current statistics of illness and disease are becoming so extreme that at some point we are going to have to admit that there must be more, there must be something we are missing with conventional medicine.

  • Fiona Cochran July 26, 2017   Reply →

    That’s quite something Ariana as normally when we re-watch a television program it starts to become flat, certainly by the second or third episode.

  • Fiona Cochran July 26, 2017   Reply →

    I love the description of reflection, it makes so much sense. When someone is laughing the laugh is contagious and when someone is joyful we can feel their joy. When someone is angry it can feel like we are walking on egg shells not wanting to upset the apple cart. We have a responsilbity for the quality of our beingness in all that we do, it changes everything.

  • Fiona Cochran July 25, 2017   Reply →

    This makes total sense, we have a wayward spirit which is why we do things that we otherwise would not do. There are so many occasions that I have allowed my spirit to be in the driving seat and my body has suffered the consequences, I’ve say to myself ‘never again’ but low and behold I do it all again the next day!

  • Shami July 24, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon talks about having a sense of confidence that comes from within, and this makes so much sense as it gives power to the depths of love that lives inside each person.

  • Stephen Gammack July 24, 2017   Reply →

    A great question to ask why sportsmen and women get ill, sick with cancer when they are considered at the peak of fitness. Is fitness as it is sold not actually it. Definitely food for thought and one of the many amazing yet simple questions would should deeply reflect on.

  • Lieke Campbell July 23, 2017   Reply →

    It is powerful to hear that we are here not to follow the herd so to speak when the herd is not moving in a true direction. We should not settle for normal when the normal has gone astray. We are here to inspire people by how we live what we feel is true, therefor allow them to see too it is ok to live what is true to us: our body and soul included.

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 22, 2017   Reply →

    Hear hear Serge Benhayon, the teachings of the Ageless Wisdom that you present are absolutely the first thing that made utter sense for me. Even when there have been times I didn’t quite understand, I came to realise that I was the one not wanting to hear the truth. Keep it coming Serge as you have for the last 18 years and every second that I have been exposed to such wisdom I feel the richness of why we are here and how we are apart of a multidimensional Universe.

  • Stephanie Stevenson July 22, 2017   Reply →

    This conversation between Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Asquith reflects that the word responsibility is completely bastardised – it is not something that is a heavy duty or a burden. When true responsibility is lived, there is joy and harmony, as knowing every choice carries a consequence and every choice either heals or harms the whole.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 21, 2017   Reply →

    It is incredible how at times we can be so attached and protective of our concept of being a victim of life.
    The reminder that this is far from truth as well as dedicated support in understanding the dynamics by which we create ourselves into the mess we find ourselves in, have been one of the most enriching gifts in my life.
    It is immensely empowering to realise that life reflects all of our choices and in any moment we have everything we need within us to start to turn it all around.

  • HM July 21, 2017   Reply →

    A great sharing here about our responsibility to be who we truly are and not follow trends. Certainly we can gauge how we are based on other people – easy to do – but in that we are reacting and we are not being ourselves. And then the other person doesn’t get the reflection .

  • Rowena Stewart July 20, 2017   Reply →

    Just the title of this episode alone is a life changing statement. Resuming true responsibility for our selves is humanity’s next big challenge.

  • Jonathan Stewart July 20, 2017   Reply →

    Identifying that there are 2 aspects, the human and the being, in a human being is a paradigm shift that alters the whole understanding of what it is to be a ‘human being’. With this understanding and how not acknowledging this while giving focus to only the human aspect, as Serge Benhayon presents, explains so much of the human condition – this particularly so in the case of illness and disease.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 20, 2017   Reply →

    We have a habit of unnecessarily complicating life so much. I love the way Serge Benhayon reminds us of the simplicity, joy and lightness there is in living life according to our natural essence.

  • Jonathan Stewart July 18, 2017   Reply →

    The ablility to live responsibility as being joyful arises from self-love.

    • Nattalija February 8, 2018   Reply →

      The core ingredient that we can return to in every waking moment.

  • Jonathan Stewart July 18, 2017   Reply →

    Perceiving responsibility as the sharing of our joy and love to others is truly joyful and confirms the value of healing, which fuels the ever deepening and expansion of that joy and love.

  • Rowena Stewart July 17, 2017   Reply →

    What is offered here is the true and honest fact that there is no saviour who is going to ‘fish us out of the drink’, we are the ones who have to rescue our selves from our self made problems. The power of inspiration is all important and Serge Benhayon consistently reflects to us that there is another way to live that truly restores our heart and soul as the central pillars of our lives and that we have a responsibility to uphold that at all times, so that we too inspire others to resume our God given right to the joy that lies within us.

  • Jonathan Stewart July 17, 2017   Reply →

    Explaining that that no one has the power to transform another but instead we all have the ability to inspire others by transforming ourselves eliminates the myth of the saviour. This places the responsibility squarely on us all to save ourselves and thereby the responsibility to be the inspiration for others as we were so inspired

  • Joshua Campbell July 16, 2017   Reply →

    Gosh what Serge Benhayon shares about the healthcare system needs to be talked about and not left under the rug so to speak. We all know the healthcare systems are not coping and that they are becoming crippling for some countries to keep going, but its not talked about to the level it should be. I was in the waiting room at a doctors clinic the other day and even though I am only in my twenties I can remember back when I was much younger if you had ANY pain it was openly talked about and the doctor certainly felt less stressed, pressured and busy. They were really there for you and openly listened to all your conditions. These days it almost feels like you don’t want to mention everything because the doctor is so busy, so stressed, and so pressured that they themselves seem to only be just keeping up with it. Not that its an excuse at all to not be honest about everything because consequently we have a facade which most strive to uphold and believe in that society is healthy and OK when in fact we are far from it on a species level and, if we deeply admitted it, we do desperately need help. What Serge presents here is the only answer, simply because it is the only thing that makes sense.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 15, 2017   Reply →

    It is great that most of us have caught on that our lifestyle choices affect our health and vitality. The next step is to realize that it is not just the obvious things such food, rest, exercise and work stress, but the quality with which we live and relate to every aspect of life that affects us.

    We are far more aware and sensitive on our being level than we have cared to admit, and our health statistics cannot hide the fact that we need to sit up and pay attention to what Serge Benhayon is presenting.

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 14, 2017   Reply →

    Health certainly is having a big big big impact on humanity and the vast amounts of money that is fed into this is phenomenal. This way of living we have been choosing and not wanting to be responsible about results todays world.

    • Natallija August 27, 2017   Reply →

      A direct consequence of our irresponsibility no matter how much we try to hide it or give excuses.

  • Stephen Gammack July 14, 2017   Reply →

    It never works when we try, and want to get others to get what we feel works for us. The power is in reflection, that sharing of our lightness and joy with another- an incredible inspiration emanating from how another person lives.

  • Kerstin Salzer July 13, 2017   Reply →

    It is very reassuring to hear that we all have an essence and quality in us which cherishes us back when we are truthful and loving.

    • Nattalija January 28, 2018   Reply →

      This essence is often downplayed or never connected to as we are so quick to judge ourselves rather than bring more levels of understanding in why we choose to live in ways that are not so loving.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 12, 2017   Reply →

    We have turned the concept of responsibility into a burden and exhausting. Then so much focus is spent reacting against this version of responsibility which is devoid of truth to start with! How lost are we as a society with our re-interpreted reality propelled by our bastardisation of words. I love it when Serge Benhayon takes the lid off these debilitating false images and brings true love and joy back to the fold.

  • John O Connell July 12, 2017   Reply →

    Thanks Rebecca Asquith , I love the way Serge Benhayon explains responsibility, personal responsibility – ” we save ourselves ‘ – it brings a clearer understanding to the common phrase ‘self salvation’.

  • Felix Kremer July 11, 2017   Reply →

    Responsibility is a joy – few schools on earth teach this, fewer even live this. Definitely a joy to witness someone who walks it with his whole body. Thank you for the interview!

  • Natalie Hawthorne July 10, 2017   Reply →

    This make so much sense, that it is the human body that is dealing with the ill choices that we have made, to be able to connect to and know that our Beingness will never be tainted and how we are naturally harmonious and divine calls back the body to be this also.

  • Mary July 9, 2017   Reply →

    I’m really getting the hang of responsibility and that everything I do and say effects everyone and everything and actually it’s so simple.
    All thanks to Serge Benhayon who has supported us all to understand that responsibility is actually a great joy there is nothing in the world like this feeling in my body.

  • James Nicholson July 9, 2017   Reply →

    Responsibility is such a massive topic and one Serge Benhayon covers so clearly. I used to think of it as a yucky word but see that it brings so much joy – the more responsible I am with the way I live the more other people feel it and the more my relationship with myself and with others deepens. And knowing the depths that I can go to with myself and others I find it really hard to own up to when I have made choices that stop this connection as nothing in this world compares or even comes close. And it is only me who can make the choice, responsibly so, to come back to living the love that I am.

  • Stephen Gammack July 9, 2017   Reply →

    For a long time I have wondered if we live anywhere near the wellness we are capable of. And this interview is a deepening of this wonder. Western Medicine does a great job fixing the ill, but there is a huge gap where we accept when we are unwell, when instead we could ask what simple changes to lifestyle we can make to live in vitality.

    • Nattalija January 28, 2018   Reply →

      Yes the Western Medicine is a super support yet if we are not stopping to ponder on our lifestyle and changes in our responsibility towards self care we are back to square one.

  • Mary July 8, 2017   Reply →

    Rebecca I so adore what you say about the possibility of somebody that is connected, fiery, full of love and expressing it actually has the power to transform people or a room of people and to know that that connection can be inspiring and has the potential to unlock the beauty that resides in all of us. Why wouldn’t we all want to live like this? Surely it would change our world over night if we all decided to live life from our natural beauty.

  • Vicky Cooke July 7, 2017   Reply →

    I have said it before and I will say it again and many many more times. Here lies absolute GOLD! So so much is shared and said here. So much to discuss and expand on. And again it is without a doubt that Serge Benhayon shares what is deeply known lived, felt and observed .. expression from his true constantly lived way of being. This is really important as well ‘we save ourselves, we are not here to be saved by someone’. As Serge says, this is the ultimate responsibility. It is up to each and every single one of us to do this – not up to another.

    • Natallija August 12, 2017   Reply →

      Truth Central! Without a doubt the most truthful viewing that leaves no stones unturned and is getting real about the conversations that many choose not to go with!

  • HM July 7, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon continues to deliver what true responsibility is and how every action we do causes a reaction. There is so much wisdom shared here in the beauty of what it means to truly be responsible from our bodies long before it comes out in words. Yes illness and disease are on the rise, but this is a reaction to an action of not being responsible and therefore a clear message from the body to look at where we are at.

  • Stephen Gammack July 7, 2017   Reply →

    To be “a recipient of human life” and all that results from that. The illness and disease is explained in a completely different way in this video. It is a remarkable insight here that Rebecca Asquith and Serge Benhayon offer. Who has ever explained the healthy people who get cancer with such clarity, the depth of understanding on offer is incredible.

    • Nattalija January 16, 2018   Reply →

      The clarity that is often masked with excuses and half- truths when we all know the difference to the core.

  • Melinda Knights July 6, 2017   Reply →

    This is groundbreaking because we currently see illness and disease as mostly only to do with physicality alone. Some studies have made correlations for example between loneliness and heart disease, but there is so much more for us to uncover in terms of how we feel, how much of who we innately are we express, how we interact together, and how we react to life etc, and how this plays out in terms of our physical health and wellbeing. If we zoom out and take in the bigger picture of how medicine was and viewed health a few hundred years ago to now, and then consider where will we be in a few hundred years again then nothing that’s presented here feels preposterous at all. We have to understand that how we view things now is not necessary the whole truth about medicine, just as it wasn’t 50 or even 20 years ago even though it may have felt quite definitive and even advanced back then. There is always more to learn and medicine too needs to keep expanding to met and understand the demands of what humanity is experiencing. The medical world is simply amazing but something is very wrong when we have the best of medical care and technology to serve us yet illness and disease is escalating. There is something more here for us all to understand as to what constitutes true health and wellbeing and how that translates into how we live and the daily choices we make.

  • Ingrid Ward July 6, 2017   Reply →

    It is so refreshing to finally be presented with the truth of another word – in this case responsibility – that for so long has had a very different connotation for the majority of humanity. So many hear the word responsibility and run for the hills as it comes with the belief that it is a burden that they do not want or can’t deal with. Serge Benhayon is gradually returning the truth of so many of these misused words and that is so very much appreciated by me, and I know by many others.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 14, 2017   Reply →

      Hear hear Ingrid. I love the way Serge Benhayon invites us to consider more deeply the true meaning and significance of each word and phrase.
      And the fact that he personally lives the integrity of what he presents, as well as his skills in bringing clarity and simplicity make it easy and a joy to explore this for myself and deepen my awareness and relationship with life.
      It is an enormous gift and hugely appreciated.

  • Jenny James July 6, 2017   Reply →

    Thank you Serge Benhayon and Rebecca Baldwin for bringing light and understanding to the much maligned and even dreaded word ‘Responsibility’ and the true joy of responsibility – very enlightening.

  • Judith Andras July 6, 2017   Reply →

    Whilst almost everything in this world reflects to us that it is okay to be wayward and live in disregard of the body, what is offered through Universal Medicine is a different reflection of how to live in absolute honour of the body and its purpose, so the soul can express through us. What we do with it, as Serge Benhayon says, is entirely up to us.

    • Natallija July 31, 2017   Reply →

      The honour and respect of the body is paramount in the teachings shared through the modalities of Universal Medicine. When we make our body the vehicle to express truth then we are reflecting to humanity that there is another way.

  • Katerina Nikolaidis July 5, 2017   Reply →

    Another brilliant and inspiring episode. Once we realize the difference between spirit and soul and that we are always governed by the direction of one or the other and what that really means and looks like, we realize why the world is the way it is and why we are the way we are. It’s also the most empowering moment of one’s life – and that’s not an understatement.

    Why we avoid realizing this all important distinction is revealing in itself of what it is that governs most of us most of the time. The insatiable desire of the human spirit does not want to be exposed – and for the most part it isn’t. We choose ignorance very deliberately.

    • Natallija August 20, 2017   Reply →

      What is interesting to note is that we all do know what is the difference between the spirit and soul but it is the deep ingrained levels of comfort that leave us just in the limbo we call life!

  • Vicky Cooke July 4, 2017   Reply →

    Listening to Serge Benhayon it is without a doubt he absolutely knows what he is talking about, there is no second guessing and what he shares is something we can ALL definitely learn from. Thank you so much for these valuable episodes … keep them coming ✨

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 22, 2017   Reply →

      Yes indeed keep them coming. There is immense wisdom offered in this episode and the way Serge Benhayon talks about us as a multi-dimensional human being, explains spirit and Soul, and expands the concept of responsibility is so very inspiring and empowering.

  • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 4, 2017   Reply →

    It is incredible how when you peel back the layers of any issue in life, the story always ends up being intimately connected to our spirit and its wayward ways.
    In fact I am finding more and more that nothing about human life ever truly makes sense without a clear understanding of the difference between spirit and Soul, and knowing which one we are running with in any moment.
    I am so appreciative of the simple and relatable way Serge Benhayon presents things that have been unnecessarily made so complicated.

  • leigh matson July 4, 2017   Reply →

    I am blown away by the richness of these interviews. So many golden lines that no doubt I will watch over again and be highlighted to different parts each time. Today it was the saying I have heard many times ‘The body is the marker of truth’ but the fact that it’s the truth of the being that it marks is what I’ll be taking into my life from here onward till next time. If ever we wanted to know which we were in (spirit or Soul) we only need to look at how our body is moving.

    • Judith Andras July 6, 2017   Reply →

      I agree Leigh, there is a richness here that is quite unusual for our time and people in the future will be blown away to find this gold interviews when they research through TV programs and all the ‘trash’ if I may say that you find in the media today as it really stands out.

      • leigh matson December 30, 2017   Reply →

        This is a quality of TV I could watch over and over and like the books from Serge Benhayon, see something from a fresh angle each time. Whereas watching reruns on TV feel flat and stagnant.

    • Natallija August 2, 2017   Reply →

      Yes I have enjoyed the quality of this presentation as well. Each time I watch this episode I am reminded that the body keeps on sharing what is offered next to deepen my level of responsibility that is never of a grand scale but on a simple level that support consistency to develop change.

  • Rik Connors July 3, 2017   Reply →

    Love it – “put it all together and nothing makes sense like it has never done before” (I hope I got the words right) – It’s true. It changed my life in an instant and I have not looked back to give power to my other-wise wayward ‘contracted’ being. I handed myself over to my Soul.

  • rosanna bianchini July 3, 2017   Reply →

    Serge Benhayon again drops into this seemingly casual conversation consistent beads of truth, understanding and prophecy. That medicine has not yet caught up with the energetic factor and component of healing, shows the way we need to move in order to slowdown and eventually abate the levels of illness and disease that are currently running wild through society.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 7, 2017   Reply →

      I love how profound topics that would have once upon a time needed years of focused studying are now being covered so playfully and so simply on TV.

    • Rowena Stewart July 25, 2017   Reply →

      So true Rosanna. Serge Benhayon masterfully brings to our awareness some powerful truths, nominating what we need to become aware of within our selves, our ‘human-ness’ and our ‘being-ness’ and the need to consider the energetic foundation of all life. This is living philosophy at its best, a living education about our energetic, physical, spiritual and soulful dimensions that integrates the laws of science and religion into one package that when studied and applied, deeply alters the course of life forever.

    • Vicky Cooke January 14, 2018   Reply →

      Yes so much wisdom, truth and understanding is shared here that all can benefit from.

  • Ingrid Ward July 3, 2017   Reply →

    There are so many gems of wisdom in this discussion about responsibility that I know I will be watching this wonderful discussion again very soon. I too was one who used to feel that responsibility was a burden, something I wanted to avoid at all costs but today it is a very different story as I also can feel it’s actually a joy. I used to wonder how one person, me, could make a difference in this world but now I know that by taking responsibility for whatever is presented that I certainly can, and in the process just may inspire another to know that they can too.

    • Mary July 6, 2017   Reply →

      This is something I feel very strongly about that we can have such a positive knock on effect if we are prepared to take responsibility for how we behave and how we interact with other people. Serge Benhayon constantly shows us all a way to live that is very joyful. Every day I wake up to wonder what great things are going to happen as I go about my day and if I can pass on this sense of joy that I feel and it brightens up someone’s else’s day then that is very special because I feel a lot of people struggle to feel joy in their lives. So for me responsibility is as you say Ingrid actually a joy.

      • Fiona Cochran July 26, 2017   Reply →

        We can inspire one another all the time, I notice that if people around me are drinking lots of water for example I tend to drink more water without anyone saying anything.

        • Nattalija January 28, 2018   Reply →

          This is so true in many ways and the inspiration allows all to see that there is a quality that can be lived if we make it part of our everyday responsibility towards self-care.

          • James Nicholson March 1, 2018  

            I find that inspiration shows us that no matter waht may be going on for us or how hard we may be finding things there is light at the end of the tunnel we just have to choose to live it.

        • Nattalija February 12, 2018   Reply →

          Inspiration is the key to how we can bring awareness to the way we live that we know deep down in not as loving. When others show this with such simplicity we are often called to reflect on our behaviours. Thank you Serge Benhayon for being such a catalyst.

      • Vicky Cooke October 12, 2017   Reply →

        I love this Mary; ‘Every day I wake up to wonder what great things are going to happen as I go about my day’ – and this is how it should be. However, how many of us in the world wake up to ‘oh no not another day!’? To me that in itself exposes there is an illness already, it is just sometimes without the physical symptoms.

    • Natallija August 5, 2017   Reply →

      Watching this episode I am realising how the burden factor is a quick go to that leads us down the part of ‘comfort’ and sympathy in life, rather than the joy that comes from the responsibility that the way we live can truly impact another.

  • Caroline Francis July 3, 2017   Reply →

    It is impossible to blame another for brain washing no matter who or what I listen to as it I that chooses to be inspired or not which ever the case may be. It is I that says ‘Yes’ and it is from me that makes the movements to either align to my soul or prana… it is my responsibility and no other so to accuse another of brain washing is simply an unwillingness and a lack of responsibility to see that it is me that makes and can only make my choices and no other.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 6, 2017   Reply →

      In another episode Serge Benhayon also talks about how there is supply and demand (http://sergebenhayon.tv/episodes/episode-2-business-and-evolution/), and the error in pointing the finger at those who supply when a demand and therefore asking for what is supplied is provided first . And here we also have the accountability of what we choose to align to.

      At times people react to being reminded of the level of responsibility and accountability we each hold. Yet in truth this reflection and support to know that we are never in any shape or form a victim, is the most empowering gift ever which invites us to wake up to the true fundamental dynamics that shape our life: the choice between our Soul or our wayward spirit.

    • Rowena Stewart September 5, 2017   Reply →

      I agree Caroline, to accuse someone of ‘brain washing’ us is just a huge excuse to avoid the responsibility of our choices. It is interesting how we trot this term out when it suits us, when our comforts and self indulgent behaviours are being challenged. We always know the difference between absolute truth and lies, so the only person who can ‘brain wash’ us is our selves, when we kid our selves into believing lies rather than choosing to from the honesty of our hearts.

      • Gabriele Conrad February 6, 2018   Reply →

        Indeed; we don’t call it brainwashing when it suits us and we concur but we grab the brainwashing tag when what is exposed goes against the grain and makes us uncomfortable.

  • HM July 3, 2017   Reply →

    So beautifully shared – when we live responsibility we give others the permission to be that also – but free will is such that we all have our own choice to make – do we truly accept what is there within us and bring that out to the world rather than being what the world thinks we should be.

  • Kerstin Salzer July 3, 2017   Reply →

    I can feel the absolute joy in me when I listen accurately to my body and do what needs to be done and this joy is independant of any outer source. It is a joy which is almost new in this depth as since then I used outer sources to feel joy.

    • Golnaz Shariatzadeh October 7, 2017   Reply →

      It is amazing that it is possible to sense from within us very accurately and precisely what is needed in every moment. Being responsible is neither something we need to figure out, nor a burden, when we realise it is simply us living our natural selves fully without holding back the natural impulse we have to be and contribute with all that we are.

    • Nattalija February 4, 2018   Reply →

      Joy and Simplicity and the ease of how to live rather than the constant tension and anxiety that can rule each moment of our day.

  • Adele Leung July 3, 2017   Reply →

    This makes so much sense. We have a human part and a being part, the being part is either operated from the spirit or from the soul. There is no spirit part reflected in the natural world, only the species human beings have this in our experience. Our being part, the choice of coming from the soul is what is true as the spirit is a separation from the soul. Our human part has to be taken care of, but it is our being part expressed from soul that brings depth and much more understanding to life.

    • Jennifer Smith November 22, 2018   Reply →

      and our body is effected both by being operated by the spirit and by the soul. We just need to tune into our bodies to see what we are being run by.

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