All my life I have been proud of my intelligence: my mother celebrated it and it was part of my self worth, knowing I was OK because I was intelligent. But was I brought up on a lie? What actually is True Intelligence? In 1983 an American developmental psychologist Howard Gardener described 9 types of … More Intelligence is not what we think
If you did geometry in maths at school, the chances are that you have heard of Pythagoras. He understood a lot about numbers and one of his theorems enables us to work out the sides of a right angled triangle: the square on the hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares on the other two … More The Lineage – Our True History
We may think our family are the people we are related to by blood, but it is wider than that, True Family is All of Us. True family includes everyone upon this planet, without exception. That may seem a bit of a sweeping statement although in our deepest heart we know it to be true, … More True Family
“No way would I get up on stage and speak” “My mind went completely blank” “My heart races and my knees shake” “What will they think?” “I’m sure they think I’m stupid” These are the thoughts that many of us have about speaking to one or more people, and especially when … More Anxiousness and Speaking Out
The word Esoteric is often used to mean something mysterious and for some that is a real experience, because the true meaning of the word is ‘Innermost’ and many of us have no concept or awareness of what goes on inside our bodies. We may be aware of our physiology, ie that we have a heart and … More Esoteric – the Truth Within
Many people feel lost when it comes to talking about God. Some say categorically that He does or does not exist, others claim to be ‘Agnostic’ (Not knowing). What I can say about God is that I’m no longer ‘sitting on the fence’, an English expression which meant I wasn’t sure which side I was … More I’m Cool With God
We have developed a way of communicating in our society that we have come to accept as normal but when we explore it in detail, there is a lot of abuse that we ignore, don’t recognise or don’t know how to deal with. What type of communication is abusive? Most of us have different ways of speaking depending … More Abuse in Communication
Throughout our lives we meet people who inspire us; it may be a parent who celebrates us in every way, it may be someone who helps us learn a particular skill, a teacher who encourages us to see life in a way that expands our horizons, or a colleague who supports us with challenges at … More Serge Benhayon – An Inspiring Presenter
Judgement is something we all do, but how much does it truly help us to evolve? Does any form of judgement ever help us to build relationships? Judgement is something we all experience in school, and at home, from our parents and all the authority figures who think that correcting us is helping us to … More Do we need Judgment or Appreciation?
Old Attitudes Prevail ‘Men!’ That one word preceded by a deep sigh would sum up one elderly lady’s whole attitude towards the opposite sex. She was brought up in the old school where after the war (World War II) as a woman you married your soldier who became the provider and you spent the rest … More Men!