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Serge Benhayon Predicted in 2000 an Increase in the Rate of Breast Cancer

August 3, 2016
Breast Cancer

When Serge Benhayon predicted a rise in breast cancer in 2000, was he stating the obvious or was he suggesting something more subtle? 

I remember that at the time, predicting an increase in cancer would have been easy: the population was and is ageing and people contract many more cancers as they get older.

If, however, you had predicted that the chance of individual women getting cancer during their lifetime would rise, then you would have been very brave indeed. This would have represented a rise in the rate of cancer, when medical science was spending billions every year to find a cure or a prevention for cancer. Predicting that the efforts to prevent the incidence of cancer increasing, would have been worse than useless; in fact would have been quite brave.

For the years immediately following, you would have also been wrong, as this excellent science article shows. The evidence for this is that from 1992 to 2001 more and more menopausal women took hormone replacement therapies (HRTs) which were then discovered to cause breast cancer. As a result usage of HRTs plummeted and one big reason for breast cancers was eliminated (Million Women Study Collaborators, 2003).

In other words, medical science found that one big cause of breast cancer was … medical science! Eliminating that cause decreased the rate of breast cancer.

By 2016, however, a number of longitudinal studies on women had been running for a long time and these showed that alcohol, obesity and lack of exercise are all instrumental in causing breast cancer. As women get older, they get better at reducing their alcohol consumption, but until their late 60’s, they keep putting on weight and they are much more sedentary.

Hence we know now, that the rate of breast cancer, that is the statistical probability of a woman contracting breast cancer in her lifetime, is actually increasing. This increased incidence is on top of an already very large increase in the number of cases of breast cancer, driven by the ageing of the population.

The chance of a woman getting breast cancer in her life has risen from one in nine to one in eight – that is quite a big increase! Science doesn’t know why women put on more weight and move less – science knows only that they appear together (De Cocker et al., 2010). In hindsight it is quite plausible that a lack of self-care or nurturing leads women to have lifestyles that increase the rate of breast cancer.

To have said that in 2000, however, would have been quite a different matter. To repeat it in 2002, with women abandoning HRT in droves, would have sounded foolish, but as it turns out, Serge Benhayon, who did exactly that – predict a rise in the rate of breast cancer – was right.

DE COCKER, K. A., VAN UFFELEN, J. G. & BROWN, W. J. 2010. Associations between sitting time and weight in young adult Australian women. Preventive medicine, 51, 361-367.

MILLION WOMEN STUDY COLLABORATORS 2003. Breast cancer and hormone-replacement therapy in the Million Women Study. The Lancet, 362, 419-427.

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255 Comments

  • Reply Elizabeth Dolan September 22, 2018 at 8:18 pm

    When Serge Benhayon predicts something he then goes about doing whatever he can to make sure that it does not come true. That is the mark of a great seer.

  • Reply Gabriele Conrad September 21, 2018 at 6:33 am

    In the face of the reductionist model of evidence-based medicine it is indeed noteworthy that medicine did supply a reason for the increase of breast cancer in women in the form of HRT, not that long ago.

  • Reply Viktoria September 18, 2018 at 1:41 pm

    Serge Benhayon has touched the lives of thousands (if not millions) of people with a humbleness, deep care and level of respect which is rare to come across.

  • Reply Annelies van Haastrecht September 10, 2018 at 1:10 pm

    Serge Benhayon has a deep deep love for humanity and does his predictions from here but always wanting his predicitions to not come true. Why are we not loving ourselves to the bone so illness and diseases would not rise in numbers as they now tend to do and do. Why not listen to a man who lives love, care, integrity and truth more like no one else does, it is time to truly see what we are choosing.

  • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh August 29, 2018 at 2:39 am

    This is not the only thing Serge Benhayon has predicted which has ended up being the reality pretty much all over the world. And important to note that this the case despite the fact that this man does not do anything to show off or big note himself: every prediction is done with the utmost care, sensitivity and explanation as to why it is on the cards so to speak and how we can change the dynamics in order to make sure they DO NOT HAPPEN. He, I would say more than anyone else, would prefer for his predictions to not come true. He sure offers every single bit of information, insight and support available to this avail.
    The real question is: how far are we, the rest of humanity, willing to listen intently to the precious reflections offered, roll up our sleeves and sort out the situation we ourselves have created?

  • Reply Carolien Braakenburg August 28, 2018 at 4:02 pm

    predictions may seem weird, random or ‘out there’ but make absolute sense in a word that is energy first and foremost. Knowing this He who reads energy is leading in the land of the blind.

  • Reply Danna Elmalah August 28, 2018 at 4:36 am

    And the question than raises; why is there a tension when we predict the truth of what already is and what is palpable of our future.. It exposes the fact that we are not that honest with ourselves and eachother, that have things let come in the way of that truth that keeps us comfortable and save. Hence we truth is exposed we get to feel the narrowness we have put ourselves in /created. This is where Serge Benhayon has never ever backed off from expressing truth, no matter how uncomfortable it sounded and deeply felt. Simply because we are more than any of those comfortable needs, as love comes first, he lives and breaths that simply so, that is why it comes so naturally. It is shown that love is our way..

  • Reply Nico van Haastrecht August 18, 2018 at 1:52 pm

    Statistics and science, I thought they where interwoven but in reading this article I get the sense that they are in war with each other.

    • Reply Gill Randall August 25, 2018 at 4:40 am

      I agree Nico, it feels like the true meaning of science and the real use of statistics to support science have been grossly misplaced, and make the results appear completely nonsensical. Like lots of things, we have completely misunderstood that science represents the order of life, not the discovery of new things.. there is nothing new under the sun. Sadly, Serge Benhayon’s predictions have come true.

  • Reply Nico van Haastrecht August 18, 2018 at 1:51 pm

    Being honest in our predictions is not always appreciated, possibly only in a far away future when the current scientific establishment has come down to earth and acknowledge that they are not the one and only that owns the scientific truth and knowledge about the human nature but that we are all equally able to access it.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh August 24, 2018 at 11:33 pm

      We need to be constantly welcome being challenged and discovering more – in effect forever students of life regardless of our rank or title.
      In a universe that is forever expanding and inviting us to similarly keep deepening our awareness, any attempt to hold on to some knowledge as the “be all end all” or any attempt to hold on to it as if ‘we’ are the discoverer and the owner of it, means we are doomed to be perpetually stuck in a limited perception and an illusion of our own making.

  • Reply Gabriele Conrad August 17, 2018 at 8:34 pm

    Serge Benhayon has made many predictions that have come true and the rise in the incidence of breast cancer is only one of them. Noteworthy are the emergence of multi-symptomatic conditions, the exhaustion epidemic and the as yet developing form of a contagious cancer. Time will tell.

  • Reply Elizabeth Dolan August 11, 2018 at 10:40 am

    Serge Benhayon has his finger on the pulse of what is occurring in humanity and hence why he is able to predict where humanity is at but not only that his work is all about supporting humanity in such a way that his predictions don’t come true.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 3, 2018 at 2:28 am

      Serge Benhayon a perfect example of true Soulful Seer: predications offered to humanity not for showing off the ability to be so accurate, but as a way to support humanity turn things round so that what is predicted does not take place.

  • Reply Alison Valentine August 11, 2018 at 5:18 am

    Serge Benhayon observes humanity and from there is able to predict an increase in certain illnesses by the way we are living and breast cancer was one of those illnesses. Another area Serge also predicted was the multi symptomatic man where doctors are having to treat more than one or two illnesses, making the diagnosis and treatment more complicated, and taking a lot longer to heal.

  • Reply Joseph Barker July 27, 2018 at 6:08 pm

    When we read energy, it tells us everything we need to know. It seems astonishing to the mind but the heart receives it all instantly. Serge Benhayon models beautifully what happens when we embrace this fact and use it as the basis of life.

  • Reply Lieke Campbell July 25, 2018 at 1:21 am

    “In hindsight it is quite plausible that a lack of self-care or nurturing leads women to have lifestyles that increase the rate of breast cancer.” Yes and these are links that science and we collectively are often not exploring. When we see women put on more weight and move less and when this is found to be a risk factor for developing cancer we should not stop there but start exploring why women get to that place, why they feel like not moving and over-eating. Make it more real to human life that is and that is exactly what Serge Benhayon does and why he is able to see what was coming.

  • Reply Viktoria July 23, 2018 at 1:03 am

    It is sad that these predictions have come to be true, Serge Benhayon gives these predictions to in order to avoid them from occurring. When predicting he is always wise to say that unless we change things in our lives, this is what will occur. In 1999 he must have seen the trajectory us women were embarking, a trajectory which we are still very much on in complete disregard of the delicateness of the woman within.

  • Reply Michael Brown July 22, 2018 at 4:12 am

    Predictions of this nature are made to assist the change of course needed to not end up at the prophetic eventuality, unfortunately we did not heed this prediction.

  • Reply Leigh Matson July 20, 2018 at 4:01 pm

    It’s an example of what Serge Benhayon presents on accessing intelligence that isn’t controlled by physical measurements and means to understand life.

  • Reply Christoph Schnelle July 16, 2018 at 5:01 am

    It seems that lifestyle plays a big part in the acquisition of breast cancer but it is very hard for science to disentangle the many aspects of lifestyle and if there are many aspects contributing a small part then the current approach would find it very difficult to find all these parts even if they spring from a common attitude.

  • Reply Elizabeth McCann July 3, 2018 at 3:33 pm

    My feeling is, that Serge’s ever accurate predictions are offered to us with the intention of alerting us to the fact of what could occur if we choose to continue living in our disharmonious fashion.

  • Reply Michael Brown June 27, 2018 at 5:45 am

    Making predictions like this is only easy when one is deeply in tune with humanities movements and behaviours on a global scale.

  • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 16, 2018 at 4:19 pm

    Serge Benhayon is not pulling these predictions out of thin air, it is based on very specific science: a science that our limited version of science has still not caught up with. We are energetic beings, we live in a world of energy and there is far more to energy and the dynamics at play behind every aspect of the physical life than formulas such as E=MC2 and the like which offers us just the tip of the iceberg.
    And the whopper of a fact (which is likely why we do not have queues of scientist at Serge Benhayon’s door) is that our greatest intelligence is NOT through our brain and is not dependant on years of memorising facts and theories. Our greatest intelligence is through our inner connection to the whole of the multidimensionality we are a part of and our access to that is dependant on ceasing daily choices that impair that connection and instead living in a way that supports us to constantly deepen our connection.

  • Reply Rebecca Wingrave June 15, 2018 at 11:01 pm

    Christoph, thank you for writing this article. The increasing rate of breast cancer in women is alarming, I feel like this needs to be talked about more as it now affects so many women and the rates keep increasing. It feels important to look at our lifestyle choices and as women to care for and nurture ourselves.

  • Reply HM June 12, 2018 at 11:19 pm

    ‘In hindsight it is quite plausible that a lack of self-care or nurturing leads women to have lifestyles that increase the rate of breast cancer.’ – from all that I continue to see in the world – when we do not honour ourselves we are a factor in increasing our risks of illness and disease.
    If we see illness and disease as a way of the body expressing something needs to change, and we don’t honour this, then getting sick is another sign from our bodies.

  • Reply Gill Randall June 12, 2018 at 6:22 pm

    Serge Benhayon knows how our movements affect us and is so connected to his movements that he is able to feel which direction we are travelling. And his more recent predictions of increased anxiety and mental illness are also coming true so it should wake us all up from the way we are living and make some changes. I love how he says he wants to be wrong in his predictions, because then we would have turned a corner to living more lovingly.

  • Reply Viktoria June 11, 2018 at 5:29 am

    Our lives have to be corrected in one way or another, it only makes sense that our illness and disease does that – it’s well known that when we get the flue it’s recommended to rest deeply and to nurture ourselves. When we have a broken leg we’re forced to lay down and take things slowly, they’re all ways in which we’re being communicated that the way we are is not the way we ought to be, if we listen to our body, we’ll learn so, so much!

  • Reply Meg May 26, 2018 at 2:43 pm

    I’ve always been astounded by Serge Benhayon’s levels of observation and the depth and breadth by which he understands the world. His predictions are an amazing example of how deep and how wise that understanding is.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 13, 2018 at 7:53 pm

      So true Serge Benhayon’s level of observation and awareness is remarkable. The care and dedication with which he offers a deep understanding of the reason behind his predictions are even more profound and significant than the accuracy of the predications themselves.

  • Reply Willem Plandsoen May 23, 2018 at 1:28 pm

    Interesting perspective Christoph. Serge Benhayon is indeed predicting a lot of things, but not necessarily that may must become a reality. With regards to breast cancer he also said that the rise had to do with the lack of self care, and if women would continue to not self care, this prediction would come true. We can always change our ways and reverse a trend.
    Very interesting and necessary to look at other things he is predicting.

  • Reply Joseph Barker May 21, 2018 at 7:57 pm

    There are hundreds of videos and quotations of Serge Benhayon on the internet now, not to mention audios too. The way people ignore totally what Serge says and make it all about false innuendo and lies is a very revealing expose, of how we doggedly fight and resist the truth in life. Admitting this though, is a great first step.

  • Reply Jennifer Smith May 20, 2018 at 11:28 am

    It also feels important to ask given that we have many more organisations raising money to research cancer, why are we not seeing less cancer? Are we missing something important here? Maybe search for a ‘cure’ is not the correct direction.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 25, 2018 at 5:06 pm

      Yes Jennifer we have all the telltale signs that our approach to illness and disease has not been working. It is a great quest to ask that : it may suit the organisations who have set themselves up as the ‘experts’ or the ‘leading fight against’ various diseases to turn a blind eye to their own short comings, but why have we the rest of the public not called it out for the failure that it is?

  • Reply Gill Randall May 19, 2018 at 8:56 pm

    The statistics continue to rise and will continue in this direction until we begin to look at the energy behind breast cancer as a woman not caring for herself first and not nurturing herself. Women have been taught to care about others first and this is a lie that needs exposing to us all.

  • Reply Joseph Barker May 9, 2018 at 5:06 pm

    The research we conduct is like isolated threads of a huge tapestry. It’s almost impossible to understand the whole thing. The heart in connection feels the essence – the truth of everything. Perhaps the best study we could do then is to uncover the awareness we have when we tune into our body.

  • Reply HM May 2, 2018 at 5:37 am

    This article puts us as women back in the drivers seat. Yes the rates of breast cancer are increasing, but so are the obesity levels. We simply don’t make the time to care for ourselves deeply. And this is . just one of the things coming up to show it.

  • Reply Michael Brown April 30, 2018 at 3:30 pm

    It’s fascinating that predictions can be so spot on, and not only the prediction but the reasons behind why the prediction will come true.

  • Reply Stephanie Stevenson April 29, 2018 at 1:54 pm

    Thank you Christoph for these statistics confirming the rise of breast cancer in women. So many women I have spoken with who have had breast cancer have the attitude of doggedly ‘getting over it to get life back to normal (as it used to be)l as soon as possible’. This highlights how change from how life was lived is needed, as the previously way lived did not work to support true health and wellbeing.

  • Reply Christoph Schnelle April 26, 2018 at 3:25 pm

    A few years ago, an insurance product (trauma insurance) that pays out for cancer, heart attack, stroke, multiple sclerosis and a host of less common ailments had 40% of its claims by men for cancer, the rest for other items. For women it was 80% for cancer, mostly breast cancer. Lately the claims rate has been 90% for cancer for women while men held steady at 40%. I wonder what is going on here?

  • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 20, 2018 at 11:28 pm

    I met a young woman today who was collecting money for some initiative that was to raise money for breast cancer. She had a close member of the family with breast cancer and her prognosis for herself was once she is 30 there would be a high chance for her having it too.

    I came away wondering what if anything had really progressed since around 40 years ago when I could have been the colleague student standing there enthusiastically hoping my efforts would change the world. Well if anything, the rates of these conditions have gone up! What are we doing? It is high time we stopped going round and round in a trajectory that so clearly is not working.

    Serge Benhayon’s predications are such a small part of what he is offering. His reflection has inspired thousands of people to radically deepen the level of health, joy and responsibility with which they live. Why are we not making the most of such an invaluable resource?

    • Reply Christoph Schnelle April 26, 2018 at 3:27 pm

      What has changed is that we are less likely to die from heart disease, much of it due to medicine, therefore we are more likely to die from other illnesses and cancer is coming to the fore. That woman’s likelihood of getting breast cancer is probably because she had a genetic test. It would be good to know if a particular lifestyle reduces or increases the chance of getting breast cancer.

  • Reply Tricia Nicholson April 18, 2018 at 3:31 pm

    The truth and reality of Serge Benhayon ‘s predictions is remarkable as he is a remarkable man reflecting to humanity the responsibility and effects of how we are living away from our soul and how this needs to change .Medical statistics and the reality of our bodies and what we feel are worlds apart in the care and love we can live making all the difference.

  • Reply Adele Leung April 12, 2018 at 9:29 am

    Everything has to be felt. We cannot take it for granted that medical science is always right.

  • Reply Michael Brown April 4, 2018 at 8:02 am

    I think “stating the obvious” is a bit harsh – it takes some foresight to make a prediction like that with such conviction, and not only identify the symptom but also expose the root energetic cause too.

  • Reply Michael Goodhart March 29, 2018 at 12:34 am

    One of the real failings of our current evidence based scientific and medical community is that they come out with a ‘proven’ theory (even though many times all of the potential variables were not fully considered) and then they hold onto it with a death grip for sometimes hundreds of years,defending the results as if there could noy be any room for expanding into another understanding of how things truly are in the body, nature and the rest of the Universe. This is not true science to me.

  • Reply Adele Leung March 19, 2018 at 10:49 am

    Diseases do not just happen out of the blue, they are the accumulative choices of our lifetime(s) and the responsibility to see we have the choice to heal or to harm.

    • Reply jane Keep April 6, 2018 at 7:19 pm

      And the beauty of this is for any accumulation we also have a choice to stop a momentum or to turn it around to a new more loving momentum. We know for ourselves when we are heading for a problem or issue – but often we don’t want to see the abuse or lack of responsibility in that.

      • Reply Michael Goodhart June 1, 2018 at 12:04 pm

        I appreciated what you said here Jane about how we all have a choice to turn a non-supportive momentum into one that is beneficial for our health and well-being. All too often I have found that when I get into a rut of doing something that is not really good for me, it becomes so familiar that I start believing it to be the new norm for me. But this usually only occurs when I am not being honest with myself about what this behaviour is really doing to my body and how I have all the power to deal with why I went to it in the first place and adjust my actions accordingly.

  • Reply Richard Mills March 18, 2018 at 5:43 pm

    Serge Benhayon does not make predictions to be right or to look good – but out of his deep love for humanity. I have heard him speak on such matters many times and it is clear that he would like nothing more, than for his words to bring about a sea-change in the way we live and the choices we make, leading to a reduction in the incidence of such dis-ease. In a sense, he would love to be proven wrong, for this is one of the points of saying such a thing – to raise awareness and offer an alternative way ahead.

  • Reply Rebecca Wingrave March 16, 2018 at 6:55 am

    Christoph, thank you for sharing this.

  • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh March 14, 2018 at 8:11 pm

    The fact that Serge Benhayon’s predictions have been coming true is not a point of celebration. This has never been his intent when making the predictions. The depth of love, care and dedication with which he has been delivering the teachings of Ageless Wisdom and supporting people to heal the momentum that creates the issues (whether treating in person or through the numerous healing modalities he has taught) has offered all that is needed to ensure these predictions do NOT come true. Having they do become a reality is a sad indictment that throughout the ages, and again in this period, humanity has not been choosing to pay attention to such heaven-sent reflections.

  • Reply Ingrid Ward March 14, 2018 at 1:21 pm

    From my experience in life I feel that there is a direct correlation between women donning their ‘Superwoman’ capes and the rise in breast cancer. The belief that was seeded from the advent of Women’s Lib was that you had to out-men the men and in so doing the women who made this choice began to bring an energy – the energy of maleness- into their precious woman’s body and began to treat themselves in a most disregarding way. I know because I was one who did just that. We simply can’t treat our bodies in this way without a consequence eventually arising.

    • Reply jane Keep April 7, 2018 at 3:22 pm

      Agree Ingrid – there is a cause and effect – the way we live life today is how our body will be tomorrow. If we are dishonouring, the dishonouring will show, if we are honouring we will feel that too. The body is truthful so there is no getting away with thinking there is no cause and effect – we reap the seeds we sow.

  • Reply Shami March 13, 2018 at 4:14 pm

    It is interesting to see how the predictions that Serge Benhayon has made are not dictations on the way life should be. This to me, means that what is given in his predictions is an offering and nothing more, and so we are all free to live that which has been forecast or not, i.e. it is up to us to see the increase in breast cancer and then take action or we can choose to do something about it now before this occurs.

  • Reply Heather Pope March 12, 2018 at 8:17 am

    Serge Benhayon has offered innumerable insights and wisdoms to the world and this is but one tiny example of those. Personally I pay attention and consider how if needed I can include the understandings into my life, for example in this case attending to my diet, exercise, self-care and self-nurturing.

    • Reply jane Keep April 8, 2018 at 4:08 pm

      I agree Heather. And, Serge Benhayon always asks us to discern for ourselves everything in life and that includes discerning Serge’s presentations. And in 13 years, Serge has been absolutely consistent in his integrity and love of humanity, dedication and commitment to life. I have also observed in that time the many ‘insights and wisdoms’ Serge has offered have now become a reality – so I too sit up and take notice of Serge – a true modern day philosopher.

  • Reply Jennifer Smith March 10, 2018 at 11:32 am

    Whilst we search for cures to diseases such as breast cancer, we do not stop as ask what’s going on. By making the prediction he did, Serge Benhayon is offering the opportunity for us to stop and ask this question. For we need to stop so we can reflect on our own choices in life. Disease is not something that happens to us by chance or genetics.

    • Reply jane Keep April 7, 2018 at 3:23 pm

      Agree Jennifer. When illness and disease strikes such as breast cancer we look for solutions and how to ‘fight’ it – perhaps without looking at why… why is it this way – and what if there is another way?

  • Reply Joseph Barker March 7, 2018 at 8:01 pm

    Serge Benhayon has made many statements, predictions and presentations that might seem odd or unlikely at first but when viewed later make complete sense and turn out to be true. So what’s going on? How is he sensing these things and we are not? Aside from studying cancer the way Serge lives and works should be studied in detail too to help make it clear just what is on offer here for me and for you.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 16, 2018 at 5:05 am

      There is a lot of money poured into research to eradicate various critical diseases such as breast cancer, and there is a lot of noise made about doing everything required, including coming up with lucrative drugs, to that end.
      In my books if you are serious about eradicating something you would not leave any stone unturned, yet I do not know of anyone who has so far contacted Serge Benhayon or Universal Medicine to seriously study and ascertain if there is truth in what is presented about this. The media and the a group of scientists have instead decided to publicly make up stories and attack the organisation they themselves have painted, for their own gain, which proves that they are certainly aware of the fact that there is a whole host of information about illness and disease that could be studied.
      This picture is so very wrong whichever way you look at it.

  • Reply Lieke Campbell March 7, 2018 at 4:20 pm

    As long as we only look at outer factors that make us ill and not the quality of living we will always be behind and catching up with those, like Serge Benhayon, who do look deeper and see how people are truly living with themselves. Could it be that with the best diet we can still get breast cancer because our thoughts of ourselves and how we move our bodies is not nurturing and actually in disregard of the beautiful women we innately are?

    • Reply Christoph Schnelle July 16, 2018 at 5:02 am

      That would make a lot of sense and could be a reason why, apart from some genetic causes, it is so hard to pin down causes of breast cancer at the moment.

  • Reply leigh matson March 6, 2018 at 4:02 pm

    This for me shows that theres more than science and statistics when it comes to reading the course humanity is taking and where that will lead. In the years I’ve known Serge Benhayon he’s proven things that science then later(or has yet to ) catches up on understanding and knowing then implementing into life.

  • Reply Annoymous March 4, 2018 at 4:04 pm

    Last week my friend contacted me to tell me she had breast cancer and needed to have her left breast removed, she is one of a few ladies who I know have or have had breast cancer. It feels to me we are being asked as ladies world wide to look completely at the way we have been living and the set ups we have in place that take us out of our natural fragility.

  • Reply Carolien Braakenburg March 4, 2018 at 3:38 am

    One may wonder how such a prediction can be made but if the workings of energy are understood then seeing the future is simply being aware of the choices and way of life people are choosing now and then knowing what the consequences of these choices will be.

  • Reply Mary-Louise Myers March 3, 2018 at 8:31 pm

    I have worked with hundreds of women from all around the world that have breast cancer and the one thing they have in common is that they put others before themselves, whether that be their family, friends and/or colleagues and they struggle to care and nurture themselves. They do not feel worthy of truly looking after themselves in the way they deserve.

  • Reply Esther Andras March 3, 2018 at 6:15 pm

    Thank you Christoph. So isn’t this showing us that it is never about statistics and reading on what to do or what not and then trying to stick to it but that it is about tuning in with ourselves, with our bodies, and starting to being really honest with ourselves about what is going on. If we are honest we have more answers to our own ill health than we want to admit.

  • Reply Melinda Knights March 3, 2018 at 4:44 pm

    For me the key to the predictions Serge makes has to do with the way we live life and how this contributes to certain illnesses. It makes perfect sense to me that a lack of self nurturing could lead to breast cancer because as women we are socialised to put everyone and everything before ourselves, which then puts an incredible pressure and stress on the body.

  • Reply jennym March 3, 2018 at 3:50 pm

    We now have more information and science on healthy lifestyles, nutrition, exercise and relationships and yet we experience increasing rates of cancer, diabetes, heart disease and domestic violence. What are we missing in all of this? Where have we lost touch with the wisdom on our hearts and whole body intelligence, looking for all of our solutions in information ?

  • Reply Monica Gillooly March 2, 2018 at 2:49 pm

    There is so much for us to consider in how we live and the fact that how we live impacts on illness and disease … and as this article shows we have a way to go here in truly understanding what is going on with us regarding diseases such as cancer.

  • Reply rosanna bianchini March 2, 2018 at 7:33 am

    A prediction against all odds, brave? or deeply observant and understanding of the direction and choices humanity is making. Clearly the latter, the love Serge holds and his preparedness to express what he knows, against all norms and expectations, is done for the love of us all.

  • Reply Elaine Arthey March 2, 2018 at 6:31 am

    Maybe we need to look at what we mean by nurturing. For some it may be relaxing a lot more doing less exercise and feeding ourselves comforting drinks and our favourite foods. This in itself could be contributing to the likelihood of becoming a breast cancer statistic. We may need to take a few steps back and reevaluate our lifestyle and be prepared to change, finding support in others who have already made those changes for themselves.

    • Reply Mary-Louise Myers March 3, 2018 at 8:40 pm

      Agree Elaine we need to look at and be inspired by those like Ingrid Lachenburch who has made extraordinary changes to her life after being diagnosed with breast cancer.

  • Reply Victoria Picone March 1, 2018 at 2:05 pm

    Serge Benhayon does not make predictions without purpose. It is a clear point of reflection for us to consider as women and as humanity on the whole how we are living that is not in harmony with our own bodies and with life. It is empowering to realise we at the helm. Thank you Christoph for sharing this.

  • Reply Nico van Haastrecht February 28, 2018 at 2:01 pm

    The use statistics is one way to look to the issues at hand, it is a way of measurement that sometimes has a predefined outcome because of the result that is being looked after, with other words, is dependant on the way you manipulate the numbers. But when we return to the numbers pure sec, not manipulated and not interpreted, they do tell us the truth as that is inherent to numbers , they are there to show us the truth about life.

  • Reply Alison Valentine February 28, 2018 at 12:14 am

    Science is great at statistics but it does not account for how we are living. This is where Serge Benhayon is able to predict how certain illnesses will increase because of the way we are living, and at the same time he has a wisdom and understanding as to how certain parts of our body relate to the different illnesses.. So breasts are about nurturing and caring, taking that extra moment to be loving with ourselves, but women are no longer doing this, as they succumb to the pressure of home and work life. Through his clinic Serge was able to observe this and put the two together. To me science has some catching up to do with how the way we live affects the body and the understanding that Serge has about the body.

  • Reply Danna Elmalah February 27, 2018 at 5:35 pm

    An incredible testimony to the prediction Serge Benhayon has shared – one of absolute honesty & observation of what is being established and seeing the pattern truly of that it is shared with us naturally what our outcome would be. Hence what Serge shares is what we exactly all know, once we observe and truly want to see the truth. No reservation to a select or a few, but being raw and honest about where humanity is at and where it is willing to change or not.. and we can read our future, until so far that a shift is occurring and the tide change, in order to read that ahead, once willingness and clarity is key. That is in the way your are living, no mental games.

  • Reply Michael Brown February 24, 2018 at 6:31 am

    Science has a lot of knowledge, and has the potential to unlock a lot of societies issues, however can sometimes get lost in the mental/evidence/proof attitude.

  • Reply HM February 18, 2018 at 4:15 am

    This reflects the responsibility we have as women to take care of ourselves. The fact that we are on the whole, not taking great care of ourselves, just shows how we are in fact adding to the illness and disease increase within society. Because it isn’t just us who gets sick, it is the fact that we reflect this to all around us, so all of a sudden we are saying that it is OK to take less care of ourselves and that it is OK for others to do the same,

    • Reply Nico van Haastrecht February 28, 2018 at 2:04 pm

      Yes HM, we are so much looking to one another to justify our behaviours, therefore if we reflect the same abuse to one another we may think we are okay but in truth we are in big trouble.

  • Reply Christoph Schnelle February 5, 2018 at 6:59 am

    There is a whole terminology that tries to define as precisely as possible the numbers of breast cancer in the population. There are the incidences, i.e.. the number of new cases each year. There is the prevalence, i.e. how many people have breast cancer at any given moment. There is the rate, which can be the chance of a single person getting breast cancer or the rate per 100,000 people. The latter is usually adjusted for age, so you can – more or less – compare the rate per 100,000 of breast cancer for an older population like that of the UK with a younger population, like that of a developing nation.

    These epidemiological terms are a little confusing in the beginning but over time they make communication easier.

    For example an increasing rate of breast cancer can simply be because the population is ageing as older people are more likely to get breast cancer but an increase in the age-adjusted rate per 100,000 would be very worrying. A higher incidence of breast cancer again may simply be due to an ageing population but it does mean that more people need to be treated so the costs of breast cancer would be going up.

  • Reply Willem Plandsoen January 24, 2018 at 2:44 am

    Quite a brave prediction of Serge Benhayon then. But if women would have listened to why they have an increased chance of getting breast cancer – lack of self care and self nurturing – this trend could and can be reversed.

    • Reply Michael Brown February 6, 2018 at 11:50 pm

      Much a like Men and prostate cancer!

  • Reply Rik Connors January 23, 2018 at 9:08 pm

    The more I take heed of my body and take small steps towards my health and wellbeing therefore have a known true marker of health in my body + open myself to everyone around me, supports me to have an understanding on the path people are taking i.e. it is possible to predict unloving choices will bring a loving stop.

  • Reply Michael Brown January 13, 2018 at 8:04 pm

    It is not a magical ability that only Serge has but it is a reading that we all have access to.

  • Reply Tricia Nicholson January 13, 2018 at 3:07 am

    Serge Benhayon knows exactly what is going on with his very knowing and accurate predictions that are there for us to listen to or not and his experience with clients and knowing of the pulse of humanity and the way we are living comes with a genuine authority and care for us all and the responsibility we all hold for ourselves and our health ultimately in our journey to who we are.

  • Reply Sarah Karam January 12, 2018 at 7:47 am

    There are so many reasons that I can think of that explain why breast cancer is on the rise but from a scientific prospective, these need to be shown in a particular way to satisfy as proof. It is obvious to me, that life style will influence your chance of developing this disease but as a society we go to charity events that are to raise money for breast cancer research and at these events you are being served poison on trays, champagne etc. So, what is the missing link? Is it that Science wants an answer to cancer that does not evolve changing our life style or taking any responsibility for our choices?

  • Reply Elizabeth Dolan January 8, 2018 at 10:29 am

    “In hindsight it is quite plausible that a lack of self-care or nurturing leads women to have lifestyles that increase the rate of breast cancer.” I would say that this is very plausible and something that our medical world needs to pay attention to so that we can offer true support to women.

    • Reply Christoph Schnelle February 5, 2018 at 7:00 am

      It may also be quite possible to investigate this relationship – it would require an investigation what kind of indicators are representative of ‘nurturing’ and ‘self-care’.

  • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh January 5, 2018 at 1:59 am

    True that when Serge Benhayon predicated the rise of Breast Cancer and went further to explain why the human race was heading towards that, this was not a welcome message. Presenters certainly don’t go down that route if they want to be popular and pack people into their workshops. Yet Serge Benhayon did not hold back his ability to read the dynamics we were en mass choosing and his awareness of the impact this would have on our bodies. He loved humanity far too much.

    Many years on, he is still loving us more than we are willing to love ourselves and delivering many truths that ruffle the feathers of the irresponsible spirit within us, by inviting us to return to the responsible expression of our Soul.

  • Reply Meg January 1, 2018 at 4:18 pm

    I find it astonishing the way Serge Benhayon can make accurate predictions. I was pondering what it takes to be able to predict global issues like the rise of breast cancer – it requires a deep understanding of life, for you to have your finger on the pulse of humanity, and to be constantly aware of how people are living now and what these movements could lead to. It’s a great example of how much Serge Benhayon loves people – enough to always keep his eyes open and reading what’s happening.

  • Reply Carola Woods January 1, 2018 at 6:56 am

    Not only have the many predictions made by Serge Benhayon actualised, but also the many solutions offered, presented and lived by Serge Benhayon, through developing a relationship and a way of living that embraces self-awareness, self-care, self-love and self-worth have proven to have astoundingly positive effects on many people’s lives. You only need to look at the students of The Way of The Livingness to see that there is something profoundly life changing and ground breaking in the way these people live and glow with a sustained vitality, exuberance and well-being.

    • Reply Meg January 1, 2018 at 4:13 pm

      This is a brilliant point, Serge Benhayon does not just make predictions, but in depth readings on why the situation could occur and how the way we choose to live now can change that.

  • Reply Rebecca December 31, 2017 at 10:59 pm

    Serge is looking first and foremost at the way people live and from there the illness and dis-ease they will develop and therefor the prediction is more so a confirmation of where we are headed if we continue down the current path. Increasingly women are taking less care of themselves from a place of true love and nurturing, and the tensions in the world around women’s bodies, be it through porn, the media, abortion, slavery or equal rights is only growing – is it any wonder then that those very same bodies are clearly showing this dis-ease through developing high rates of cancer?

  • Reply Lucinda Bathurst December 30, 2017 at 6:04 pm

    Serge Benhayon is constantly responding to the call of humanity, the group work that he has introduced has led to a steadfast collaboration and interactivity of students from all walks of life that today see the very real purpose in observing, responding and supporting peoples wellbeing. This is the snowballing impact of Universal medicine, a medicine that lives and evolves with and through people everywhere and is not simply confined to the laboratories, journals and professionals of medical Science.

  • Reply Mary-Louise Myers December 28, 2017 at 6:02 pm

    What I know and love about Serge Benhayon is that he does not hold back anything that may support humanity even though he knows he will be ridiculed and even hated for his predictions.

  • Reply rosanna bianchini December 26, 2017 at 6:48 pm

    Serge Benhayon has the ability to observe our collective choices, ie the trends that are showing themselves in our everyday activity, and predict the outplay on our health and wellbeing of such behaviours and patterns – And he has always proven to be correct. We are always being offered by him also, the counter to these trends.

  • Reply Carolien Braakenburg December 26, 2017 at 6:45 pm

    Serge Benhayon has made many predictions about the future of humanity that are now showing to be correct. So how did he do it? Is it possible that we can read the future frOm the choices that are made today and that the way we are living, unless drastically changed, is putting us on a path of self destruction through illness, disease, exhaustion and mental illness? And is it possible that these readings are offered to us to bring awareness to this fact so that we are inspired to make these changes?

  • Reply Leigh Strack December 26, 2017 at 7:07 am

    In my understanding Breast Cancer is the manifestation of disease that has an energetic cause of lack of nurturing of self as a woman. With this understanding one would not need to look at statistics to predict a rise in the disease. Instead it would be a simple observation of how women the world over were living their lives. As it is painfully too easy to see the hardness, driven, needing to be as good as men women struggling in our world trying to prove their worth whilst caring to the very best of their ability for others and where to nurture the woman within first, before doing anything else is so rarely seen.

  • Reply Michael Goodhart December 26, 2017 at 3:34 am

    Serge Benhayon has continued to predict future states of the human condition with incredible accuracy that are not based on the typical evidence based experimental method but on simply reading the patterns and trends of humanity’s choices that will all lead to an effect on their overall health. This is a simple and common sense approach that is available to us all if we can just let go of needing to control data in order to not take responsibility for our choices (i.e.- doctors saying just a few glasses of wine are good for you because of the benefits of the chemicals found in grapes even though alcohol is a known poison to the body and you could simply eat the raw grapes instead!).

  • Reply Nico van Haastrecht December 25, 2017 at 6:21 pm

    To me it is wise to listen to that what is offered aside from the confined ways science has become to be. Just the simple observation of life can give so much more understanding instead of coming from the idea that we own the truth (our scientifically proved truth) and from there start the quest in conquering the atrocities we encounter. An approach to life that gives no space to stand back and observe the worldly matters unprejudiced.

  • Reply HM December 24, 2017 at 8:19 pm

    Serge Benhayon does not really predict things – he reads where people are at and as a result – what this looks like in the future.
    As such he has been extremely accurate in all that he has shared because he has such a strong connection with humanity.

  • Reply Michael Brown December 24, 2017 at 5:18 am

    The fact that Serge explains how these predictions are read in advance just goes to show that there is nothing mystical here, just an openness to see life for what it really is.

  • Reply Shami December 21, 2017 at 3:20 pm

    It is a great tradition that within modern science there is always the research studies constantly holding this field of work and study up for accountability. Which demonstrates how as a whole population of people, we are looking and seeking the answers for why life is as it is and that, at the core of our existence here on earth there is always the pull to be more responsible down to the very most minutest detail.

  • Reply Rebecca Wingrave December 17, 2017 at 4:38 pm

    I have heard Serge Benhyon make many predictions and have witnessed these predictions come true, this is man worth listening to, what he shares when he talks about illness and disease and makes these predictions makes absolute sense.

  • Reply Adele Leung December 6, 2017 at 1:41 pm

    Our bodies hold a wisdom far more than knowledge or science. In fact, knowledge and science the truth of these words come from the body. Therefore if science, medical science is referred to as not in union with the body, how intelligent is that really? And yet if it were used together with our innate wisdom, then how powerful can it really be?

  • Reply fiona lotherington December 6, 2017 at 7:34 am

    Many times, I have heard Serge Benhayon clarify his predictions about illness and disease. The role of the seer is not to bring doom and gloom but to warn humanity ahead of time of the consequences of continuing down the path we are on. This is so we can stop and ask what needs to change. Breast cancer is one such example, where woman are increasingly not being self-nurturing and respectful of their bodies and instead making ‘doing’ and ‘busyness’ king. With the rates of women’s health issues increasing we clearly have not listened.

  • Reply Michael Brown December 3, 2017 at 7:38 pm

    Serge is able to make those sorts of predictions not by supernatural powers but by reading where humanity is going, observing general behaviour trends and being open to see All that is to come.

  • Reply Meg December 2, 2017 at 6:41 pm

    The reading that a lack of care and self-nurturing causes breast cancer makes sense to me. How many women truly, deeply care and nurture themselves? Or does this so often come second to everything else in her life. I’m sure if more studies were done it would be revealed that women give up on caring for themselves in all manner of ways, and that breast cancer is more the end cause of a much bigger problem.

  • Reply Alison Valentine November 29, 2017 at 5:24 pm

    Serge Benhayon is able to predict things long before they happen because he is able to feel where humanity is and how far they are moving away from a harmonious and loving way of living. With women over the last 30 + years there has been an increasing trend to be super woman and do everything for everyone without any time for themselves. Women have forsaken self nurturing and caring and put everyone else before them. Many have also chosen careers that are male driven and feel that they need to prove themselves to be has capable if not more capable than the men. Because Serge understands the body so well and what areas will be affected by the way we are living, he is able to predict what areas of the body will be affected. This in itself is a science and one to me makes absolute sense, we cannot continue to live by abusing and ignoring our bodies without it having to show us in the form of illness and disease.

  • Reply Christoph Schnelle November 17, 2017 at 12:17 pm

    Our chance of getting cancer goes up with being overweight and even more so when we are obese – this could be one reason for the rise in cancer rates as more and more of us are overweight and obese.

  • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 15, 2017 at 4:09 am

    I know people get wowed by predictions that come true. But I find it even more fascinating and significant to pay attention to the deeply enlightening explanations offered by Serge Benhayon about his predictions than the fact that they come true.

  • Reply Annelies van Haastrecht November 12, 2017 at 7:00 pm

    Serge’s predictions are made out of his deep love for humanity. They are not made to come through but are always to make us aware where our way of living leads to and to make changes for ourselves so his predictions are not becoming a fact we have to deal with.

  • Reply Danna Elmalah November 2, 2017 at 7:39 am

    Most of us would question: how did he know? Well the other question is : why did we not?
    As to when we truly observe and want to see what is going in in our world today – we sense the road we are heading and the way we are with each other and ourselves as women — that it tells us that only our foolishness (choosing to not see, denying our truth) is in the way of knowing these things.

  • Reply Christoph Schnelle November 2, 2017 at 5:44 am

    It is easy to predict simply by writing a current trend forward in a linear way – it is harder with a cyclical trend like stockmarket prices where you need to pick the top and bottom. The linear prediction is almost always wrong and we get the timing of cycle wrong most of the time as well. Picking a completely new development is harder still.

  • Reply Alison Valentine October 25, 2017 at 4:13 pm

    We live much more sedentary lives than we did 50 years ago, sitting in front of the TV eating snacks is the way many are living, especially women in their middle ages where the children have grown up and they are not so needed. I feel this type of given up-ness is a contributory factor to breast cancer and the many other cancers that we have today.

  • Reply Christoph Schnelle October 20, 2017 at 7:40 pm

    Recent statistics show that obese people have about twice the chance to get cancer in their lifetime (odds ratio of 2.0) and those who are overweight (BMI of 25 to under 30) have about a 30% higher chance to get cancer (any cancer) in their lifetime.

  • Reply Sylvia October 20, 2017 at 7:24 am

    I am the living proof of the proof how much the truth is found in the teachings of Univers medicine.
    Being a stident for long I was first diatnosed with 9 cysts in my left breast.
    Always living in a lot of motion as a women with almost no true care for herslef and being male energy driven.
    Just a year later after becoming aware by the teachings of the Ageless Wisdom I got the medical diagnoses that all CYsts went away which suprised my doctor who said that my breast looked remarkable quite espcially compared with the year ago. This is exactly how my life was changed. I found the stillness within myself and start to make so big steps in honoring myself in my movenments as a woman. Amazing it is to feel how much we carry the true power to heal within ourselves when getting honest.

  • Reply Rebecca Wingrave October 19, 2017 at 3:40 pm

    The rising rates of breast cancer are alarming, brining it back to the root cause of self nurturing and self care feels very empowering, we can make changes to our lifestyles and nurture ourselves as a preventative, breast cancer does not need to be so prevalent in our society.

    • Reply Christoph Schnelle November 17, 2017 at 12:18 pm

      It would be very useful to know if these items make a difference!

  • Reply Michael Brown October 8, 2017 at 6:23 am

    Serge’s predictions are not crystal ball fantasies or ‘educated guesses’. They are readings of humanities movements and choices, and being aware of how bodies and nature will react to the momentum of those choices.

  • Reply sue queenborough October 6, 2017 at 3:48 pm

    Serge Benhayon’s predictions don’t have to come true – they are are a warning of where things can get to if we don’t look to a more healthy way of living and take responsibility for our lives. The sad fact is that breast cancer has risen even more since his prediction. yet we blame outside factors for this increase; the environment, family genetics, bad luck etc – anything but making a choice to live more healthily and with more love in our lives.

    • Reply Nico van Haastrecht December 25, 2017 at 6:41 pm

      Sure Sue, it is actually all very simple, like making more loving choices in life, choices we actually all know we have to make but ignorantly choose not to make with all kinds of excuses we can make up. The question that then arises is why we are behaving like that while in essence we all now what would be the best for us? We are not dumb which to me is true. But while we call ourselves the most intelligent species on the planet, fact is that we do not live to what we know will be best for us and instead constantly make the choice to choose otherwise: for that peace of chocolate, the ice cream, the glas of wine, the extra meal, etc. all contributing to an unhealthy body vulnerable for all kinds of diseases. Could it be that we are on the wrong track of living life, the track of individualism and separation where we think we can create the world how we want it to be and in that forget that we are part of a grander order we live in disharmony with?

  • Reply Sylvia Brinkman October 4, 2017 at 3:55 am

    I learned to see from this great man that true intelligence and wisdom comes from within. In this connection in our own body we connect with the universe where all answers are. Serge Benhayon was this intelligent to say one day to let go of the old way and connected back with the truth within. From this universal state of being deeply connected with his inner heart he can deliver all this wisdom as he just has a wider view. Every single word he speaks is resonating with all that I am.

  • Reply Melinda Knights October 3, 2017 at 6:55 am

    Everything Serge has shared for me so far has been life changing, and that includes his presentations on the energetic causes of breast cancer and where woman are currently at. Everything Serge shares is very common sense, including in the context of predictions, this is because he is simply reading the energetic trends and these are what most women are living – I can see these same things in my own life and in women in my community. For me it’s been very supportive to understand why breast cancer is on the rise and what I can do as a woman to bring harmony and wellbeing back into my own life.

  • Reply HM October 3, 2017 at 3:56 am

    Serge Benhayon has always presented that we have a responsibility in the way we live. Illness and disease are the manifestation of us not honouring our bodies, and so his predictions are to me, a reflection of societies choices to ignore their bodies. And there are so many ways to do this – obesity and a lack of exercise are only 2 of them. This article puts into perspective the state of health in the world and the significance of not waiting for the statistics to get worse before we start making significant changes.

    • Reply Christoph Schnelle October 20, 2017 at 7:42 pm

      It would be great if it turns out that living responsibly would affect our level of health, perhaps even beyond the obvious benefits that a healthier body brings.

  • Reply Heather Pope September 24, 2017 at 3:28 am

    There is no doubt that lifestyle factors contribute to illness, so why aren’t our illness rates decreasing given we have choice in how we live? This is a telling question for us all.

  • Reply Stephen Gammack September 22, 2017 at 9:20 am

    It seems likely the that full wisdom of Serge Benhayon wont be fully accepted until he passes, which as history has shown is our way of being blind to wisdom in our eagerness to stay ignorant. How many philosophers that we laud now were ridiculed or ignored in their lifetime. The breast cancer example is one small snippet in a huge array of revelations and teachings that have been shared since 1999.

  • Reply Samantha Davidson September 22, 2017 at 6:02 am

    Often we see illness and disease happening and we do not look at how we are living….most of the illness that we die of is not caught like the flu, it is something that builds up within us. Clearly if the figures of breast cancer are increasing and you can’t catch it from some else, there is something for us all to look at concerning how we live.

  • Reply Ingrid Ward September 20, 2017 at 3:29 am

    As you have shared Serge Benhayon did predict a rise in breast cancer in 2000, which has since been shown to be true, but at the same time he also began to expose what the causes of this cancer are, giving women the opportunity to understand that the occurrence of the disease is definitely not inevitable; that there are ways to prevent it. But women worldwide have continued to live in the same self- harming ways, and in some cases even more so, and so the numbers of cases still continue to rise. I feel that the rise in the cases of breast cancer will only begin to slow and then eventually begin to decrease when women begin to take total responsibility for the way that they are living; for their health and for their well-being.

  • Reply Vicky Cooke September 17, 2017 at 5:55 am

    But medicine is not truly preventing illness and dis-ease despite the millions or billions being put into research everything is actually getting worse! Which is why we need to takes several steps back and really start to look at how we are LIVING.

  • Reply Danna Elmalah September 17, 2017 at 5:02 am

    A simple observant of life and energy reads that which is occuring and will feel where we are heading with this.. this is no special gift but an allowance to feel into where the world is at and what we are capable of doing or not doing. Serge Benhayon has revealed many predictions – not to show off but simply reflect the truth of what is going on .. and where we are heading with it. Which we need to see and allow ourselves to feel instead of longer deny.. Thank you for taking the time to express Christoph.

  • Reply Heather Pope September 17, 2017 at 4:28 am

    With the survival rates of breast cancer improve, it is easy to forget that the incidence of breast cancer is increasing, and with that not ask the very important question of why is that so? Survival for women with breast cancer is unquestionably important, but preventing the illness in the first place is imperative.

    • Reply Carolien Braakenburg December 26, 2017 at 6:49 pm

      Very true Heather, and there is the risk that if the survival rate increases that we feel we can ‘control’ the disease. If we make it only about surviving and control then we will be even less inclined to ask the question of why.

  • Reply Alison Valentine September 13, 2017 at 2:20 pm

    Serge Benhayon is able to predict how our health will be in the future by the way society is living, he doesn’t need to do lots of scientific tests or spend millions on research. By understanding the body and seeing that women are no longer taking care of themselves and are driving themselves into exhaustion, he could predict this would lead to body parts breaking down, As the breasts are about nurturing and emanating our true light as women, he could see that if we were shutting down our light then Breast Cancer would increase. This is true science and we will one day return to this, and start to take responsibility for the way we are living.

  • Reply Rebecca Wingrave September 12, 2017 at 1:59 pm

    Christopher, it feels really important to emphasis the link between lifestyle and breast cancer as you have done here, it seems that in society we commonly think that getting illness and disease is ‘bad luck’ and we look for a cure rather than looking at how we are living and whether we have been nurturing and loving with ourselves, articles such as this are great in allowing us take responsibility for our lives, what you are sharing feels very empowering.

  • Reply fiona lotherington September 8, 2017 at 8:19 am

    With the current witch-hunt on complementary therapies, it is interesting to note that one of the causes of breast cancer was actually pharmaceuticals and medicine medalling with women’s hormones. The knee-jerk ‘fixing’ of one medial problem just doesn’t work and the proverbial leak in the bucket just pops out in another way or part of the body.

  • Reply Shirley-Ann Walters September 2, 2017 at 5:03 am

    Just goes to show how when we only speculate on part of the picture we make mistakes, like HRT and breast cancer, when we really feel the whole truth inside us we will know truth indeed.

    • Reply Gill Randall September 9, 2017 at 5:57 am

      This is so true of medical science Shirley-Ann, research is undertaken very much in parts with blinkers on looking at a narrow field on a subject. But Serge Benhayon always sees the bigger picture and gives us the whole truth of how we are living unlovingly and how this affects us. The statistics reveal the true depth of the situation, thank you Christoph for exposing it.

  • Reply Lieke Campbell September 1, 2017 at 2:30 pm

    “In hindsight it is quite plausible that a lack of self-care or nurturing leads women to have lifestyles that increase the rate of breast cancer.” Should we than not act on this just like we did with discovering the HRT’s to cause breast cancer? It seems that not taking a drug is much easier for us at the moment than changing our lifestyle.. even though it is proven that many cancer can be prevented by doing so!

    • Reply Ingrid Ward September 30, 2017 at 3:53 pm

      I agree Lieke that these days being offered a drug to fix the symptoms appears to be the cure of choice as it is way much easier for women, or men, than addressing the root cause of the problem. A woman I know recently shared that her doctor recommended taking anti-depressants the week before her period to counter any uncomfortable symptoms. I was totally speechless for a moment but then I realised that this doctor and other doctors are only fulfilling the demand from women who are not ready to change the way they are living and treating their precious bodies. I wonder what it will take to get them to do so?

  • Reply Gill Randall August 31, 2017 at 4:50 pm

    Serge Benhayon is able to observe how we are living as humanity and knows it to be so way off how we could be. Through this way of living our lives so lovelessly, Serge is able to predict how we will get affected by certain illnesses. He is telling us so to raise our awareness of this, I have heard him say how joyful he would be if his predictions did not come true because it would mean we would have made major changes how we lived more lovingly.

  • Reply Elodie Darwish August 31, 2017 at 6:24 am

    Serge may be ridiculed for his many predictions, but the man does not speak for the sake of it, and there has not been a prediction yet, that has not eventuated.

  • Reply Lucy Duffy August 31, 2017 at 5:21 am

    Serge has given readings on many things – rises in the increase of illness and disease and multi-symptomatic conditions to broadly name some of them. The readings are based on the current momentum and trajectory of humanity and like any great seer, Serge is not wanting to be proved right. The purpose of his readings is, by my understanding, to offer us a wake-up call and take responsibility for ourselves, which may in fact end up changing the outcome.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 10, 2017 at 6:10 pm

      I have noticed this too: “The purpose of his readings is, by my understanding, to offer us a wake-up call and take responsibility for ourselves, which may in fact end up changing the outcome.”

      This is evident by the fact that no prediction is offered in isolation. It is always part of a bigger package. You are offered a deeper understanding of the dynamics at play which have brought on that situation, a greater awareness of the part each of us might have played in that dynamic with our choices and the responsibility which the situation calls for, as well as the knowing that we do in fact have everything needed within us to respond in a way that makes a fundamental loving impact that supports the All.

      It is never about the prediction. What Serge Benhayon provides is far far bigger than that.

  • Reply Leonne August 30, 2017 at 8:03 am

    If we were interested in finding the true cause of disease statistics would look entirely different. At the moment statistics usually reflect the story that companies need to sell their products. The body simply reflects the truth.

  • Reply Danna Elmalah August 30, 2017 at 5:08 am

    Well said Christoph – you are shining a light in the dark, and holding true what is actually truth. We can all feel – it is no gift, just a spherical feeling of what is going on – and what choices we are making. As Serge Benhayon always does – hence his predications are simply observations longterm, more so than high-special talented (gifts),

  • Reply Shirley-Ann Walters August 29, 2017 at 9:16 pm

    Serge Benhayon is super practical, honest and real in reading the trends in our health, hence he comes up with spot on predictions rather than the speculations that so often are like saying two plus two equals seven in the so called science of today.

  • Reply Rosie Bason August 29, 2017 at 5:42 am

    If science shows that women move less and put on more weight, is it not clear and simple that we as women really need to change our lifestyle to ensure more movement, exercise and be aware of what we eat?
    I love all the statistics and all, but to me it seems quite simple.

  • Reply Matts Josefsson August 19, 2017 at 2:04 pm

    Thanks Christoph, I find statistics to be a bit of a jungle because you can have one side saying one thing and another saying the complete opposite and yet they refer to studies. I think that is to confuse us of not then trusting statistics that are actually true and that gives us a proper fore warning of where we are going as a species. We seem to be quite stubborn when it comes to looking at what we do that does not work in our lives but also what doesn’t work as a collective humanity. Hopefully we will get people that can give us true statistics so that we can know what is happening and where we need to go from here.

  • Reply Kehinde James August 11, 2017 at 2:34 pm

    There you have it, science it seems does not have all the answers. Serge Benhayon not only predicted a rise in cancer rates in women, he read the reasons behind catastrophic rise in illness and disease statistics. He went further, not a dooms smith, Serge is a living prophet that walks among the people offering practical ways for us to support ourselves, transform our lives and return to harmony and true health. He unlocked door that imprisons so many to a life of ill-health and presented instead a multi-dimensional approach to life aligned to Universal Rhythms and Cycles..

  • Reply Stephanie Stevenson July 28, 2017 at 12:37 am

    Over several years of attending presentations by Serge Benhayon, I have heard many prophesies by Serge that have proven to be true all because we (humanity) have not chosen to make the changes to live in alignment with the Universal Rhythms and Cycles that would change the outcomes of the prophecy. Serge Benhayon would be the first to celebrate this change, as it would confirm that we have chosen to evolve rather than stay stuck in a consciousness that limits us from our true inner glory.

  • Reply Alison Valentine July 26, 2017 at 5:35 pm

    Serge Benhayon is able to predict the next waive of illnesses based on the way humanity is living and hence, exhaustion is another illness that Serge has predicted. It may not be widely recognised as an illness, but is the contributory factor for so many illnesses we have today that can then lead to cancer if not addressed. If a woman is exhausted from being perpetually on the go and looking after everyone but herself, then she is less likely to take steps to nurture and look after herself. Medical Science does not have the depth of understanding that Serge brings but I feel in the future that Science will turn to him when they can no longer come up with the answers to the complicated illnesses humanity being presented to them

  • Reply Viktoria July 24, 2017 at 6:29 am

    I remember that Serge predicted that more and more women are going to start experiencing disharmonious menstrual cycles, and that many will stop having periods all together. Astonishingly, this is very accurate – I haven’t had a regular cycle for over a year now and my period hasn’t come back since September 2016. I have also spoken to quite a few doctors about this and nobody seems to have an answer, however one thing is certain and that’s that lack of menstruation is on the rise!

    • Reply Leonne August 30, 2017 at 8:06 am

      I have seen this same thing occur in myself and many other women I know Viktoria – Christoph’s article gives me new appreciation for what Serge presents as these things are certainly not a given if we look at recent history. It proves that there is an intelligence beyond the five senses that is truly wise and all knowing.

  • Reply Natallija July 18, 2017 at 5:57 am

    Serge Benhayon holds humanity with such love and these predictions are a huge revelation for us all that the quality that we are choosing to live were felt way back in 2000. The marker of change is then offered for us all to ponder on.

  • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 2, 2017 at 10:12 pm

    There is an absolute order and pattern to everything and all of us have the ability to tap into that flow and read the dynamics of what is going on. Some of us are more switched on in that area and many of us have disconnected from our innate ability. But the fact is that the signs are always there and all of us do have the ability. Serge Benhayon’s teachings have for years been inspiring people to live in a way that supports greater awareness.

    What is different about a True Seer, such as Serge Benhayon, is the level of care and responsibility in the way he lives with every single breath in order for him to have clear access to such abilities in order to serve humanity. Also that the predications are not offered in isolation as some random fact, but in a manner that provides deeper understanding of the predicament, empowers us to know we have access to every means to turn the situation round, as well as providing a great big wake up call about the responsibility we each hold.

    The purpose of a predication made by a True Seer is to support humanity in every way to avert the oncoming cataclysm.

  • Reply Monica Gillooly June 10, 2017 at 2:55 am

    I love how you break this down Christophe, and it shows that there is so much more going on than what we see and know in science and that science is in fact a moving target. Within this to have make the true prediction of breast cancer rates rising is indeed remarkable as Serge Benhayon has done. The question for us all is what we did with this information back then and what we do with it now – what is happening in how we live that so many of us are part of these statistics? Something for all of us to consider.

  • Reply Jonathan Stewart June 5, 2017 at 2:26 pm

    Without a doubt Serge Benhayon is a true and accurate seer.

  • Reply Leigh Strack June 4, 2017 at 9:03 pm

    It is very interesting to read the statistics over the past decade or two of breast cancer and how even eliminating a major causative factor in the incidence of breast cancer, whilst it may have had a impact on the statistics initially, this was not to be a solid foundation of prevention of the disease. In all of the seemingly harmful factors that increase the incidence of breast cancer, it seems to me that they are there, as Christoph shares, because as women many have forgotten how to nurture and care for themselves and so partaking in activities that don’t support our bodies, or even our lives, becomes a chosen way to live, which ultimately builds an immune weakened body , could this be part of the physical reason that our bodies then develop diseases such as cancer?

  • Reply Samantha June 2, 2017 at 1:54 pm

    Serge Benhayon is a true seer, his foresight and understanding come from not of this world, what he shares with us is always for the benefit of humanity and never ever about self glorification.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 14, 2017 at 1:52 am

      What is also so very gorgeous about the way he expresses all of this is that he always maintains that we are all equal, that he is not special or superior, but he chooses to live in a way that allows him access to what he accesses. The same is always available to every single one of us if we but choose to live the same way and dedicate ourselves in the same manner. And what is more, he is completely transparent with how he lives, shares openly and supports everyone who seeks it to deepen our awareness, understanding and expression.
      You know ‘Universal Man’ as visually shown by Leonardo Da Vinci’s painting? As far as I am concerned what is lived by Serge Benhayon is it.

  • Reply Mary Adler May 30, 2017 at 1:34 pm

    Serge Benhayon predicted the rise in illness and disease and presented that this is caused by lifestyle choices. Now, many years later, lifestyle choices are listed by the medical world as a principal factor in the underlying cause of illness and disease. Serge Benhayon knows the truth and brings the future into the present.

  • Reply Michael Brown May 27, 2017 at 3:27 am

    Serge’s predictions are not a mystical act but are actually just a reading of cycles and momentums. They arrive from not holding back from seeing all that humanity has done and is doing and exactly what the response from bodies will be.

  • Reply Gabriele Conrad May 27, 2017 at 3:19 am

    Serge Benhayon has made many more predictions and they have always come true. And why? Because as a humanity we haven’t changed course so far but mainly keep on choosing lifestyles which harm us.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh July 15, 2017 at 10:40 pm

      Yet at any point if we do choose to see it, in keeping with the hallmark of a True Seer, we are never abandoned with the doom and gloom of a prediction. Serge Benhayon’s teachings offer everything we need to know and understand in order to start to turn every one of the predictions around.

  • Reply Carmel Reid May 23, 2017 at 6:02 am

    The predictions of Serge Benhayon are always a potential – this is what will happen if we continue to live the way we are doing so they also come with a way to not have that dire event happen. They do happen, the dire predictions do come true, because so many of us choose to ignore the offering that shows us the way to avoid them.

    • Reply Viktoria July 24, 2017 at 6:31 am

      Very well put Carmel, what an amazing contribution – thank you.

  • Reply Vicky Cooke May 14, 2017 at 7:38 am

    Before we start looking at our lifestyle first we must look at our relationship with ourselves as how much love for ourself we have as this will determine how we look after ourselves which has a huge affect on our health.

  • Reply Jonathan Stewart May 12, 2017 at 3:21 pm

    All science research begins with a hypothesis but the difference between the approach of Serge Benhayon and most science is that Serge starts from common sense while science usually commences from a mental concept. Serge is consistently proven over time to be accurate unlike so much of science. Perhaps it is time to look to common sense as a starting point to resolve questions and problems rather than statistics and numbers?

  • Reply Stephen Gammack May 12, 2017 at 2:16 pm

    What’s a little scary about Serge Benhayon’s predictions are how many of them have come true. Actually I believe it is all of them to date, 100%. Yet such predictions are not made to be clever, but to inform us that how we are living is crazily off-course, and that what we want to put down to bad lucking our illness and disease rates is in fact a result of our attachment to harming behaviours that we pass of as normal, but are actually quite crazy. Serge Benhayon, a man we really should start to pay attention to if we care one iota about our future health and wellbeing.

    • Reply Viktoria July 24, 2017 at 6:35 am

      Yes, it is so amazing to watch him deliver these predictions. He’s always so full of humbleness, humbleness that you cannot see anywhere else in the world. I have very often thought about how I’d describe Serge, and nothing has ever come close – he’s open but that’s not quite right, he’s warm and caring, but that’s also not enough – but his humbleness and humility are just out of this world and can be felt so strongly.

  • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh May 9, 2017 at 12:16 am

    This is not an isolated predication of Serge Benhayon about illness and disease, social problems or environmental incidents that has come true. Unfortunately he has been very accurate on a lot of issues. I say unfortunate because there is not an ounce of Serge Benhayon that revels in his predictions coming true. In fact if you know him to any degree, or have studied with him, you would know that with every breath he serves humanity with the utmost dedication to ensure we have everything available to get ourselves out of the self-created mess we are in.

    Humanity has constantly been blessed by the reflection and support offered by Soul-led individuals like Serge Benhayon throughout history, yet our track record shows we have not made the most of it. We can have predictions, reflections and support coming out of our nose, but we still have to take responsibility for our part in life and commit to return to live the love that is our true essence.

  • Reply Mary Adler May 5, 2017 at 2:07 pm

    Serge Benhayon has presented many predictions that unless humanity changes the way we live that certain eventualities will follow. The cause and effect is very apparent in all the predictions. So he is offering a choice to us all.

  • Reply Shami April 22, 2017 at 4:43 pm

    Serge Benhayon never does anything with out true purpose behind it, a purpose that is for everyone unilaterally across the world. He would never make a statement that did not have at its core a reason that was at the very least from a deeply all encompassing love for humanity. And so, for him to predict and make the statement for there being a rise in breast cancer would have had its reason and, knowing Serge Benhayon and what his intentions are at all times and the consistency of this, his statement would have been for everyone to learn from, to evolve with, and to come to a deeper understanding and love for eachother. This is the beautiful thing about this article, how it shows that we have the sciences which are invaluable in showing us the journey’s our human bodies are on , and we also have Serge Benhayon who is able to show us collectively where we are heading as a one humanity and between the two we are able to find our responsibilities and learn.

  • Reply Michael Brown April 6, 2017 at 7:37 pm

    It just shows that the predictions were made not on data analysis or graphs and charts, but of a true understanding of the quality of peoples lives day to day.

  • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 5, 2017 at 11:43 pm

    We can make a big deal about the accuracy of Serge Benhayon’s predications. It is remarkable that he is willing to stick his neck out and become unpopular by communicating the end result of a pattern he is witnessing. Yet the fact that his predications are so accurate is a sad state of affair in itself.

    Serge Benhayon, like all true seers, only ever provides a predication in order to offer people the awareness they need to consciously change their pattern. A pattern which if left unchecked will most certainly result in the predication coming true. He also goes out of his way to offer any support requested along the way. He is certainly one person who does not rejoice when his predications do happen.

  • Reply Vicky Cooke March 24, 2017 at 8:23 am

    One of the many beautifull things about Serge Benhayon is that he is not afraid to speak the truth no matter how unpopular this could make him and he is not afraid to see the truth. In fact this is exactly what the worlds needs to hear and feel… the truth. For too long we have tried to ignore what is going on, that illness and dis-ease are increasing not decreasing including stress, anxiety, exhaustion, depression… the list goes on and on. Serge shows that when we get ourselves out of the way and make it not about knowledge but about instead about truth, love. people and the innate wisdom it is then easily felt and connected to within the body giving more clarity in the ability to read situations as you have shared here.

  • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh March 17, 2017 at 2:10 am

    It is a significant to read that Serge Benhayon’s prediction in 2000 of the rise of breast cancer not limited to the aging population but also during a woman’s lifetime would seem a brave act, especially in the face of more and more effort put into its prevention.

    Yet the fact is that there is no bravado in Serge’s humble predications. They are offered with the greatest level of love to support an understanding of our responsibility and empower us in our personal choices. There is no relishing of getting it right, in fact the whole purpose of his predictions is to facilitate the possibility of making sure it does not happen.

  • Reply Michael Brown March 4, 2017 at 5:22 am

    When symbology is understood and used wisely, predictions are no longer guesses, but a truth that simultaneously has happened, is happening and will happen.

  • Reply Stephen Gammack March 2, 2017 at 6:39 am

    What I find even more remarkable than the impressive predictions, is the clarity with which Serge Benhayon can and does link our behaviours to disease. For it offers us answers to such illnesses, answers that lie in our willingness to see disease for the healing it is, and allowing us to stop ill momentums with regard to the way we live.

  • Reply Mary Adler February 7, 2017 at 4:45 pm

    Serge Benhayon has presented that the way we live is the underlying cause of illness and disease. This is an undeniable truth when we understand that energy is in our every movement and expression and puts the responsibility for our own health and well-being back into the choices we make in the way we live.

  • Reply James Nicholson December 29, 2016 at 5:01 am

    I love how Serge Benhayon observes people in general and also those who come into his clinic and then reads humanity and the direction we are going in. So with Breast Cancer, Serge has mentioned seeing how women are not deeply cherishing and nurturing themselves and so there would be a rise in breast cancer as a lot of women were/are abandoning themselves to go into the male drive to succeed in life. And so the Breast Cancer is not a punishment but rather an opportunity to stop and go ok so how have I been treating myself. I also love how Serge says this is a prediction of where humanity is currently going but it does not have to happen if we make the choices to truly change the way we are living.

  • Reply Rebecca Briant December 13, 2016 at 2:27 am

    Is it possible Serge was not predicting this rise from reading articles or watching statistics, but from his experiences as a practitioner, seeing the way women are living and predicting the end result of that way of living? The motivation to care for yourself, or self-care is seriously lacking in most people’s lives, but most noticeably in women who often care for everyone but themselves. When this is done year after year for a lifetime, is it possible it can cause an effect on our health, not only possibly contributing to lack of exercise and gaining weight, but also physiologically in developing breast cancer?

  • Reply Rowena Stewart December 2, 2016 at 3:31 pm

    And hence it is very wise to pay attention to all that Serge Benhayon presents, because he is prepared to go it alone, expose the truth and ask the questions we don’t want asked, because he has a deep love of humanity and cannot stand by and watch us killing ourselves without saying something about it. If Breast Cancer has gone from one in nine to one in eight what does that say about the quality of medical research into the condition? Surely it’s a big pointer that we are looking at this through the wrong end of the microscope? What if rather than looking at DNA structure or cell mutation, we start looking at the quality of lifestyle, self care, self respect, sleep patterns and stress levels, in other words, how we look after the collection of cells that make up our bodies, are we loving each and every one of them every day? Maybe that approach might bring the required awareness to turn these shocking figures around to one in ten, one in twenty, one in a hundred. That is true medical progress and something that is occurring for those who apply the Ancient Teachings to their lives that Serge Benhayon so openly shares with outstanding results.

  • Reply Elizabeth Dolan December 1, 2016 at 2:27 am

    As a woman, when I read an article like this about the increase in breast cancer, I find it is very alarming because the statistics mentioned suddenly potentially become people like my family, friends, colleagues and of course myself. When Serge Benhayon makes predictions he comes from the understanding that he is talking about people and what is occurring for them, for example, when he says that breast cancer will rise he talks about how that impacts not only the woman who has the breast cancer but her family, friends and all those she is connected with. Everyone is affects therefore his predictions are never about looking clever but are from someone who deeply loves humanity and therefore he gives not only the prediction but also the way to stop the prediction for coming true. This is the mark of a true seer.

  • Reply Mary-Louise Myers November 29, 2016 at 7:02 am

    Every prediction Serge Benhayon has made over the time I have known him has been accurate. What will it take for humanity to accept when there is a world teacher walking amongst them as their equal?

    Serge Benhayon was observing how women were living and could foresee that this was not going to change in the near future. He was correct, I have been holding breast cancer retreats for over 3 years and have worked with hundreds of women with breast cancer and the one thing they all have in common is that they put every-one else before themselves and they do not nurture and care for themselves in the way they deserve. Unless we change this age old pattern and learn to deeply nurture and care for our selves the rates of breast cancer will continue to rise.

  • Reply Jonathan Stewart November 28, 2016 at 4:49 pm

    Serge Benhayon has now made numerous predictions over the years, and to date every single one has been proven to be correct.

    The more that science is not coming up with answers that identify the causes of illness, disease and dis-harmony in society, so Serge Benhayon is being increasingly vindicated in the truth of what he presents and predicts.

  • Reply Monica Gillooly November 25, 2016 at 6:49 pm

    Your article really illuminated how there’s so much more to the statistics that are being presented than we often allow – it’s not merely a straight increase in breast cancer incidence but an increasing rise, despite having eliminated one of the causes (HRT). It shows how we can grab for headlines and not look underneath what is going on here; it’s interesting that women abandoned HRT in droves once they understood the risks but the same thing is not happening with the risks of being over weight or sedentary – we know lifestyle matters yet many of us choose to ignore our own part in that and continue to live in ways that is actually supporting our own ill health. We will support various charity efforts to reduce cancers, but do so with means which add to it, like alcohol – it’s schizophrenic and a little crazy when you consider it. The bottom line is we’re the masters of how we live and we have a responsibility to care for ourselves which we can often shirk – this is senseless and very real. What will it take for us to change this? And more personally what will it take for me to change this – after all if I in any way neglect myself I am on that line that can lead to breast cancer, I’m part of it; and that is what we can all do look at how we contribute in how we live and how we are with ourselves. It’s a wake up call for all of us, none of us is immune.

  • Reply Eduardo Feldman November 25, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    There are two basis for predictions: past trends plus information about where we could go based on current trends and a bright mind that has mastered the subject of predictions based on probability laws. The other is to read energy and to read how people will react to changes in the available energy and based on the knowledge on how the body operates energetically, what is going to happen to the body. Note the difference: it is not what may happen but what is going to happen. Serge Benhayon is that kind of seer, a clear sign of how deep his understanding of life is.

  • Reply Jonathan Stewart November 24, 2016 at 4:49 pm

    Thank you, Christoph, for a clear and cogent presentation of the statistics that demonstrate the accuracy of Serge Benhayon’s prediction for the rise of breast cancer. Though there may not be the statistics, there are now many predictions over the years since 2000 that Serge has made which have been fulfilled.

  • Reply Karoline Schleiffelder November 24, 2016 at 5:43 am

    Christoph you have an art of expressing numbers and statistics which makes them come alive, no longer boring with thoughts such as ‘that does not mean anything to me’. You make it about the person so numbers become alive, as in this blog about women. You hold women with such value and the numbers then become an exposure to ‘what is going on?’…that question arises very strong for me.

    Importantly, I too recall Serge Benhayon making that prediction and as I heard it at the time, I did not feel so connected to this, or what was happening out there. How could Serge Benhayon predict this, I see it so because he connects to humanity, he feels what is going on a deeper level, how we are treating ourselves and each other, I see it as obvious to him. He holds humanity is such love, that he will go there, to the root of what is going on. Not be overwhelmed by it but speak out and reflect back to us our future made by our present choices.

  • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh November 15, 2016 at 6:29 am

    Serge Benhayon has indeed predicted many ills and scenarios which all have so far manifested. But it is noteworthy that this graceful most loving man never rejoices the accuracy of his predictions. He has always maintained that the role of a true seer is to offer the awareness of the trajectory we are on, and also provide the understanding of why and how to make choices that can change the course. What is more his stance is always of empowering people rather than scaremongering or showing off. In fact, right from the word go he has explained that he is not special in being able to access such wisdom and insights, but it requires a certain dedication and way of living to fine-tune our body for this (which makes sense to me because even for more basic human abilities such as physical performance or mental performance certain dedication and attention to what prepares us for those tasks are required). He more than generously shares all that he lives as well as supporting all who are interested in deepening their understanding and connection. Throughout the ages we have had Soul-led individuals like Serge. And now more than ever the messages are clear and simple. The ball is in our court. Pick up the bat of Responsibility now or wait for further devastation before we say “enough” and start to do our part to turn it all round.

  • Reply Heather Pope November 12, 2016 at 5:44 pm

    The world seems to be content that survival rates from breast cancer are improving, even if the number of women contracting breast cancer is increasing. So if you contract breast cancer your chance of survival may now be better, but at what cost. I recently listened to an Esoteric Women’s Health presentation by 3 women who had survived breast cancer about their experiences, and it was without exception a harrowing experience over many months, chemotherapy, hair loss, radiation including burning of skin, nausea and on top of that the fear of death ever present. So if as Serge Benhayon presented in 2000 breast cancer rates will increase as women dismiss being nurturing with themselves, then aren’t the lifestyle factors like poor eating, not exercising, drinking alcohol, working in long hours with both a job and children to care for all just that, a contributing factor to breast cancer through lack of nurturing? Isn’t it time we look at what nurturing really is for a woman and stop the onward march of this disease.

  • Reply Leigh Matson October 30, 2016 at 12:32 am

    One thing I had never really considered until hearing Serge Benhayon speak about illness and disease rates, was how personal those numbers are in these research studies. One in eight women will get breast cancer at some point in their lives, in my workplace alone I can count six women. So at least one of us will get cancer and for the other five of us who don’t get it, we will be faced with the fact that one of our colleges is going through such an experience. These numbers are not something that one in eight has to deal with because the news of such a diagnosis affects the whole workplace, family, friends group, etc. Bringing in the human factor to these statistics really brings it home and real rather than separate from us and held in a charity advertisement or in a research paper.

  • Reply Gabriele Conrad October 26, 2016 at 1:00 pm

    I have found Serge Benhayon to be very accurate with his predictions, whether that be breast cancer, exhaustion, diabetes or an escalation in general behaviours. The greatest thing about it is that he doesn’t set out to be right or prove a point; it is about accurately portraying what cannot but happen if we don’t change our ways – and that is an amazing service to humanity at large.

    • Reply Natallija January 25, 2017 at 11:32 am

      Yes Gabriele Conrad I have found this to be true with Serge Benhayon’s predictions. When they are shared they are coming from a lived realisation of where humanity are at and when they are delivered deep down inside we know that they are not surprises as we too are living amongst this truth daily.

  • Reply Christine Hogan October 18, 2016 at 6:30 am

    Serge Benhayon also introduced the understanding that the choices we make contribute to the level of health we have in our body. Has the pressure on women escalated since 2000 and the expectations of our roles increasingly asked us to separate more from who we are and to live in a way that is completely alien to our natural way? Serge Benhayon predicted the impact of this on women and breast cancer is one of the body’s communications to each of us asking us to come back to a truly nurturing and loving way. Statistics are very revealing.

  • Reply Stephanie Stevenson October 17, 2016 at 9:25 pm

    Thank you Christoph for this straight-to-the-point article with clear statistics supporting the trend that is occurring with breast cancer in women being on the increase. With an internet search, I discovered that men too can have breast cancer. How can this be? Millions of pounds and dollars are being poured into research seeking for prevention and cure and yet, the numbers are still on the increase (alarmingly so) for many diseases, including cancer, diabetes, heart disease and obesity.

    Thanks to Serge Benhayon, I have had a true role-model and reflection of a more natural way to be, and continue to be be inspired to make different choices in my way of living and eating over the past eight years. It has become glaringly obvious from my personal science laboratory (my super-wise body), that how I treat myself, how I move and what I choose to put into my mouth, is foundational to true self nurturing and wellbeing.

    Serge Benhayon is a true Seer and he simply reads the energetic state of humanity and expresses predictions from this – not to be famous or right, but to bring the opportunity for us all to be more aware of the fact, that how we live affects everything and everyone worldwide. Serge is also very clear that what is predicted, does NOT have to be the set outcome, if we choose to live with more responsibly, heal the emotional issues and hidden hurts with our focus on brotherhood rather than individuality.

    Serge Benhayon simply presents from his spherical awareness and deep connection with Universal Rhythms and Cycles – his predictions are worth noting – in the past nine years I have seen them to be true. Sadly we (humanity) prefer to remain in comfort living with outdated ideals and beliefs that bind us in an illusion, designed to keep us far away from the truth of who we naturally are (Love) and this disrupts the harmony within the body. The rise in statistics for illness and disease will continue to rise until we make different choices in our lifestyle and living way.

    • Reply Natallija February 28, 2017 at 9:28 am

      The spherical awareness that is offered by Serge Benhayon is understood and felt by many yet when we bring in the mind we can alter the truth that lies within our body with a fleeting thought or idea. These predictions from so long ago are showing that humanity has a long way to go as the current stats are for ever increasing and our way of living is far from supporting what is on offer to the world through the teachings of Serge Benhayon and the Ancient Wisdom.

  • Reply mary sanford October 14, 2016 at 1:55 am

    Serge Benhayon has made quite a few predictions in the years that I have known him and they have unfortunately come to fruition, such as the rise in breast cancer. He presents that everything is energy and that he reads the energetic status of humanity. He has shared on many occasions that he is not gifted in his ability to read energy, we can all do this, we are just choosing not too. I can feel within my body that what he says makes sense because as I become more aware I am able to feel, for example, when someone is lying to me. I’m a long way from reading the energetic status of humanity but it shows me it can be done.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh April 26, 2018 at 10:45 pm

      Yes Serge Benhayon does not hold his ability to read with such accuracy and depth as something unique to himself, in fact he makes sure that everyone is super clear about how he is choosing to live that ensures such a connection, knowing that this is available to us all if we but choose. And what a blessing that more and more people like you are inspired to keep deepening their ability in their own lives. A great news, as the world certainly needs more expression of what is actually true.

  • Reply Stephen Gammack October 12, 2016 at 3:44 am

    The predictions that Serge Benhayon gives have a habit of coming true, and to study his past recorded presentations and books, back this up as fact. Which given the seriousness of the type of predictions he has been able to make, it should be considered that listening to Serge and actually studying this man might be the greatest gift to science we could ever give humanity. That might seem overstating it but if we actually look at the facts, here is a normal man living an extraordinary life, and offering a torchlight onto how we could actually all live, in greater vitality and with greater energy, awareness and access to knowledge that we currently seem willing to admit and actually want to access and live.

  • Reply Vicky Cooke October 10, 2016 at 2:00 am

    I don’t know many researchers and scientists and I don’t know all the information and work that has been done to ‘stop’ or prevent illnesses and dis-eases such as cancer. But at a time when most are contemplating the navel so to speak and trying to find a cure, for me Serge Benhayon has been the only person to truly stop, and also ask others to stop to look up and look around and REALLY see what is going on. Despite all the trillions and billions being poured into trying to find cures nothing has changed, actually it has …. it is getting worse with an increase in cancer as you have also shared here as well as other dis-eases including diabetes which now more and more children and young people are being diagnosed with. You said it a brave thing to make a prediction of the rise of cancer when in theory if something has been removed (in this case HRT) it should decrease slightly. I don’t think of it as brave but instead someone, in this case Serge Benhayon, completely clear and on it with regards to being able to see what in truth should be easy for all of us to see if we did not have our heads in the sand!

    It’s a great article Christoph. What you have said here is very exposing and very true because this is exactly what has happened ‘This would have represented a rise in the rate of cancer, when medical science was spending billions every year to find a cure or a prevention for cancer. Predicting that the efforts to prevent the incidence of cancer increasing, would have been worse than useless’. Not only with cancer but many illness and dis-eases and also things like education, and third world counties we have pouring money into but nothing changes. In fact in many cases it gets worse!! We are supposed to be intelligence but are we really? The world and how it is today is a reflection of this and with more illness and dis-ease than ever before including disharmonious things such as exhaustion, we have to put our hands up and say we have not been living intelligently. We are not truly dealing with what is going on. Also there is currently no one unified truth regarding things. Here you say there is a decrease with women taking HRT yet the other day on the radio I listen to a woman encouraging women to take HRT. Will all of this what we are not yet doing is truly, I mean truly, getting to the root of everything especially with illness and dis-ease. More than this it is about taking responsibility for HOW we are actually living. Serge Benhayon does all of this, he exposes what many want to deny or ignore, he understand energy upside down, inside out and back to front enabling him to know the root cause of issues (something we are all capable of doing if we choose). He lives true body intelligence listening to his body and Soul and responding to the call with what is needed and takes responsibility knowing how he lives each and every moment affects the all. Only the other day whilst driving I understood that both Serge and Simone Benhayon live in a way, the whole time, that is complete responsibility, knowing everything they do in how they live has an impact on all others. This is huge. How we live in every moment matters it has an affect on our personal health and well-being and an affect on others too.

  • Reply Sandra Newland October 2, 2016 at 8:48 pm

    You say Christoph that, “it is quite plausible that a lack of self-care or nurturing leads women to have lifestyles that increase the rate of breast cancer.” If “alcohol, obesity and lack of exercise are all instrumental in causing breast cancer” then there is a level of self-abuse involved. It is worth asking why is it that women resort to such unloving behaviour? What is missing in our lives that we need to replace this emptiness with an excess of food or drink? The breasts are nurturing centres not only providing food for a child but also emanating love from our being. It stands to reason that if we are not deeply nurturing of ourselves by connecting to the love within, then these nurturing centres would become impoverished and possibly more susceptible to disease, which would be even more likely if alcohol or food are substitutes for love.

  • Reply Andrew Mooney September 29, 2016 at 2:58 pm

    When you read energy the way Serge Benhayon does, then it is very easy to read human life and what is going on in the world. We all have this awareness if we choose to open up to it, but generally we do not and instead prefer to try and make sense of life from purely the physical perspective which will only ever give us a small part of the picture.

  • Reply Floris van der Schot August 27, 2016 at 5:33 pm

    Thank you Christoph. What if we would accept that there are people that can ‘read’ where we’re heading as a race, including the illnesses and diseases this includes. Sadly, our pride and arrogance around the use of our brains and intellect deny the fact that this is possible. How obvious is it indeed that there will be a rise in breast cancer when the choices that we make on a daily level – both men and women – are too often increasing the level of disconnection, self abuse, harassment, bullying, drinking, etc. The given-up-ness is giving up to connecting to our body and living the love we are. As a result of that we cannot but become more ill as so accurately written in the above blog. Thank you Christoph. I can feel your love for women and your contribution towards women in offering them the possibility to make different choices.

  • Reply Kerstin Salzer August 16, 2016 at 12:24 pm

    Breast Cancer is something women are afraid of and those who have had breast cancer and are rid of the symptoms are afraid that it comes again. For me it is sometimes shocking how for women it seems to be so difficult to honour their bodies, their rhythms, their qualities of nurturing. They often get absorbed by the expectations of their surrounding and define themselves in acting on those expectations and forgetting about themselves. As you say Christoph, Serge Benhayon did predict this and the prediction came true. However, he teaches a way of living which would support a deeper understanding of breast cancer or other illnesses. I appreciate the predictions of Serge Benhayon as they are supporting me to look deeper in those areas in my own life.

  • Reply Ray Karam August 11, 2016 at 7:14 am

    It’s great to break things down like this and see the reasons why things are possibly getting worse. As you are saying Christoph with so much being spent on cancer, how can it be still on the rise and a significant rise like it is. What are we missing or ignoring as we are certainly spending time and energy looking but yet the results are in and we are in the wrong place. Without being disrespectful it does make you wonder what we will need to see the rates go to before we start to look at things differently. Thanks Christoph for the facts.

  • Reply mary sanford August 11, 2016 at 3:46 am

    I remember the HRT scare and a friend using HRT for the management of her menopause since she had a hysterectomy. She tried to come off the drug when the research about the risks where published and the side effects where horrendous for her. With the doctor’s support, she came off the drug very slowly and it took a long time before she was at the stage where she wasn’t taking it any more. She never questioned why she took it at the time and has learnt a huge lesson to discern what is best for her body before embarking on any prescribed drugs.

    I have never believed the scientists without closer inspection, I have lived long enough to read in the papers and magazines their research, especially with regards to foods that are supposedly ‘healthy for you’, only for some years later to turn round and say that they damage your health. They seem to have their own agenda which is: who is going to pay them to do the research? For example it came to light recently that the scientist who wrote up a research study telling us that sugar was good for us was being sponsored by the sugar corporations!

    And we as a society accept this and say nothing.

  • Reply Sarah Karam August 9, 2016 at 9:02 pm

    The think I am finally coming to accept as a woman, that my breasts are the nurturing centres of my body. This is something I found fluffy and hard to accept when Serge Benhayon presented it at a presentation I attended many years ago.
    As a woman I am naturally drawn to caring for and nurturing others, my children, husband and employees. It is very easy for me to nurture others in this way, but to bring this same quality of care and love to myself has been more challenging.
    I recently have had sore breasts, I went to the doctor for a breast check, I am waiting to get an ultrasound but I may have cysts in one of my breasts, the doctor told me it’s probably nothing to worry about but I decided to take it as a sign, a warning to check in to how I am running my day.
    The questions that came were…
    Am I even considering myself in all I do? What do I need as a woman, wife, mother?
    This was my part, I didn’t worry but instead addressed what I felt the body was communicating, for me this is my version of preventive breast care, this rise in breast cancer statistics is calling for woman to finally begin to give the love and nurturing we give to others, to ourselves.

    • Reply Susan Green January 16, 2018 at 3:41 pm

      I love what you share here Sarah, ‘Am I even considering myself in all I do? What do I need as a woman, wife, mother?
      This was my part, I didn’t worry but instead addressed what I felt the body was communicating, for me this is my version of preventive breast care..’ Just this way of observing and reading what is going on is fundamental to our own level of self care and nurturing. We live in as society where we dismiss and ignore the signs our bodies is showing us and the advice often is, as you were given, ‘it’s probably nothing to worry about’ and although this may well be the case along with that we need supportive ways and tools that can support us to nurture ourselves deeply. This is where the Universal Modalities step right into the forefront of restoring health to women.

  • Reply Gayle Cue August 9, 2016 at 11:14 am

    Great seers, such as Serge Benhayon, can make those risky and brave predictions because they already know what is ahead. But it is a great healer, such as Serge Benhayon, that then brings through a healing modality that can help change the curve. For women who don’t want to ‘just accept’ the terrifying outcomes of this prediction, you should look into Esoteric Women’s Health http://www.esotericwomenshealth.com –specifically Esoteric Breast Massage. There is a great new website about Foundational Breast Care http://www.foundationalbreastcare.com You can watch a short video on this website that demonstrates a Self Breast Massage. Before you blow it off as too far out, try it and see how you feel before and after.

  • Reply Andrew Mooney August 8, 2016 at 3:13 pm

    Thanks Christoph for this excellent explanation on the statistics of cancer. I remember thinking the same thing when Serge Benhayon first made his prediction, that due to an ageing population it would be easy to predict a rise in most illnesses and diseases, but as you say to actually predict that the chances of a woman getting breast cancer will rise, despite the millions spent on prevention was a brave prediction indeed and as he has turned out to be correct, could it be possible that Serge is reading something energetically going on in our population that makes it easy to predict?

  • Reply Carmin Hall August 7, 2016 at 7:15 am

    Serge Benhayon shares true wisdom, way before it can be proven by Evidence Based Medicine.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh June 25, 2018 at 10:49 pm

      A profoundly accurate statement, Carmin which in itself clearly shows that what we have been championing as “intelligence” is nowhere near the depth of awareness and wisdom we are able to naturally access. And also poses the question whether what modern man assumes is the greatest education is missing a big chunk of what is actually required to support us to reconnect to our true intelligence, which means it is actually keeping us stuck going round and round looking like we are improving but really stuck with the same limitations.

  • Reply Roberta Himing August 6, 2016 at 11:30 am

    Thank you Christoph – more numbers to ponder on and relevantly so, where the statistics offer that 1 in 8 women could be experiencing breast cancer in the coming times.. Surely the women of the world will soon look a little deeper within as to the possibility of lifestyle being a factor. I spoke with a beautiful business woman dressed in black leathers this morning, she offered me a ride on her Harley motorbike, as she was about to follow the rest of the 30 or so professionals who were ‘feeling the freedom’. I wondered if she was perhaps the one in the eight. As our eyes connected under her large helmet all I felt I could say was, “enjoy your day”.

  • Reply Aimee Edmonds August 6, 2016 at 6:54 am

    I love the simplicity of this article, it’s clear and to the point of what is actually going on and where we are at with the increase in cancer rates. This helps debase much of the fear, fighting and hope that many are running with when it comes to preventing or winning the battle against cancer. How we are living is clearly not working and we need to, like Serge Benhayon and many others have, speak up about this fact and the real reasons why cancer is skyrocketing. Thank you Christoph.

  • Reply Leigh Matson August 6, 2016 at 2:13 am

    The way Serge Benhayon makes his predictions is nothing showy or flashy or to show off his skills. He simply observes humanity and what I am learning is that the more we observe something without attachment or getting ourselves in the way, we can see where and how life will play out based on its current momentum. At the same time put into place actions to prevent ill momentums spiralling further, as he has shared many ways of supporting women to learn to care and nurture themselves again. This level of love for humanity I have not known in anyone before meeting Serge Benhayon.

  • Reply Jane Keep August 4, 2016 at 7:51 pm

    Great article Christoph – I love the way you slice through what can seem complicated in science, and in the many seemingly contradictory aspects of our world and science today and simplify it to the bone. What you say here makes absolute sense. Thank you for starting the conversation.

    • Reply Natallija February 10, 2017 at 8:45 am

      So true Jane Keep. There is so much complication that is projected in science on the simplicity of what is truly being studied. Christoph has bared light on a topic that is often buried under the carpet.

  • Reply Luke Yokota August 4, 2016 at 6:26 pm

    Awesome clarification on the topic of breast cancer, showing that no matter how much money is put into breast cancer, nothing so far has come to light.

    • Reply Andrew Mooney August 8, 2016 at 3:16 pm

      Yes the fact that many cancer rates are rising despite the money being spent on prevention shows us that we are missing a very important piece in the puzzle and Serge Benhayon very humbly has suggested what that missing piece might be – energy.

  • Reply Mary Adler August 4, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    Serge Benhayon has made many predictions that have proven to be the truth, but more importantly, he has explained the underlying cause of the prediction. He observes the way that humanity as a whole lives and predicts the consequences.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 9, 2017 at 9:02 am

      The love and care with which these predications are delivered are amazing. I am struck with how they are always delivered humbly, simply as a wake-up call about the trajectory we are on and never as a guaranteed outcome. I am also moved by the care with which the understanding of the dynamics at play is provided and the loving steps required to start turning it round. It is never about the predications themselves, but about supporting humanity to understand what is going on and learn from that reflection and evolve.

      • Reply Susan Green January 16, 2018 at 3:26 pm

        Agreed Golnaz, it is the pin point precision of the prediction, with no attachment or need for recognition, along with what is needed to reverse the trend is what makes Serge Benhayon an incredible master of life.

    • Reply Natallija May 11, 2017 at 3:10 pm

      Thank you Mary Adler for sharing how this responsibility does not lie with a few but us all equally. The slightest levels of disregard that we ignore or don’t “think” will impact ourselves or others builds into what we are now experiencing as a worldwide community with levels of poverty, corruption, ill health and disease that are forever rising.

  • Reply Cherise Holt August 4, 2016 at 11:38 am

    Thank you for highlighting the various aspects surrounding this prediction Christoph. It is an interesting concept indeed, to ponder on the increased rate in women’s health issues in general. To speak for myself, I know that a decrease of my own self-care in my teenage years and early to mid 20s was already affecting my health in many ways resulting in painful periods, lower back pain, exhaustion and anxiety. These days, due to the choices I make to give self-care, nurturing and honouring my body a great priority, I am in my early 30s and do not have the health concerns I once had.. Had I continued on the same self-negating path, however, would have me telling a very different story today and this I have no doubt about.

    • Reply Melinda Knights March 3, 2018 at 4:39 pm

      It’s a powerful statement you make here Cherise about the effects of self care and self nurturing on your health. I have to wonder how many health conditions we have that come from our lack of self care and the subsequent pressures we put ourselves and our body under?

  • Reply Katerina Nikolaidis August 4, 2016 at 8:02 am

    Serge Benhayon will be the first to say that his predictions are simply a reading of where humanity is heading based on the choices everyone is making. The clarity to deliver these life-changing readings that offer profound awareness to make very different choices comes from a profound dedication to living a life of service and purpose. The unwavering love Serge has for humanity continues to astound me every day.

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh December 18, 2016 at 12:29 am

      I am blown away not only by the accuracy of the predications Serge Benhayon has been making, but by the love and honouring with which he ensures there is also an understanding about the energetic outplay as well as a clarity on how it can be turned round should we choose to. Not only that he also is constantly sharing how every one of us can also choose to live in a way that enables us to read life as he does – that it is not a sign of being special but a dedication and a choice. Everything about what he presents is empowering.

    • Reply Jennifer Smith September 22, 2017 at 12:57 pm

      Reading where we are heading, whether it be personal or as a community is something we all have the capacity to see. But for the most part we don’t want to so ignore what the warning signs are that we receive. The we are in shock when something happens, not because we didn’t know something was coming, but because we don’t want to see that we have chosen to ignore our own early warning system.

  • Reply Nicola Lessing August 4, 2016 at 7:05 am

    I love this article and not just because it is written by my gorgeous husband, but because it is so simple, true, clear and revelatory…. and wow if there is a link between breast cancer and self-care then isn’t that a wonderful thing to know. It is very empowering to know that we are not some sort of victim of circumstances, but can actually change our circumstances by making different choices.
    The future is made up of every choice we make in each moment. Serge Benhayon has made and continues to make a huge number of predictions that unfortunately have proven to be correct. I say unfortunately because the purpose of predictions is to warn of what is coming if we continue to make the choices we are making. Serge Benhayon provides predictions and equally provides all that is needed to avoid the prediction being correct.
    It is not rocket science to make predictions – it is something we all do all the time. For example, have a hoon drive past and you may well predict that it is only a question of time before they crash. The same often applies to how we drive our bodies.

  • Reply Sarah Flenley August 4, 2016 at 6:49 am

    “In hindsight it is quite plausible that a lack of self-care or nurturing leads women to have lifestyles that increase the rate of breast cancer.” The more we care for and nurture ourselves, the more we make more loving choices which leads to a more sustainable lifestyle which can actually support us.

    “By 2016, however, a number of longitudinal studies on women had been running for a long time and these showed that alcohol, obesity and lack of exercise are all instrumental in causing breast cancer”. I know this statement can also be applied to other forms of cancer because the rise of illness and disease is so driven by lifestyle choices. And I know this information is readily available to many so with a rational head on, one would expect to see the vast majority making more self-loving choices but that is not happening.

    Which begs the question – why are we not looking at the way we are living which is causing such pain and suffering around the world?

  • Reply Leigh Strack August 4, 2016 at 6:24 am

    Thank you Christoph,
    You have certainly revealed that the rise in disease, especially breast cancer, is not just about medical or environmental reasons, but that possibly it is about how we live in our bodies.

    • Reply Natallija February 6, 2017 at 9:17 am

      It is this possibility that can bring change as the statistics continue to rise right before our eyes!

  • Reply Shevon Simon August 4, 2016 at 6:16 am

    Serge Benhayon has made many predictions that, through the passage of time, I have seen transpire right in front of my eyes. As a seer, Serge Benhayon is able to support us by reading what is going on and exposing what is at the root cause of any illness. If we choose to deeply contemplate what is presented and make the necessary adjustments – it can transform our lives and the world that we live in. As a woman myself who has fibroids I know that through the readings that I have received from Serge Benhayon regarding this, I have made choices in my life that now mean I value myself so much more as a woman.

    • Reply Natallija May 9, 2017 at 6:20 am

      To be living in time where we have been given the gift of a true Seer is incredible. The world is trapped with endless images, ideals and beliefs on how to be and what to do when we are ill. There are endless forms of quick fixes that lead people on the cycle of great hope. What Serge Benhayon brings is the missing ingredient of truth and the root cause that may be challenging for many yet brings us clarity like we have never felt before in humanity.

      • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh September 22, 2017 at 2:38 am

        The mark of a true Seer. Not making predictions for the sake of it, and no glamorising of the ability to do so to such a depth and with such accuracy. But every prediction made with absolute love, care and understanding of the human predicament with the sole purpose to offer a reflection that supports humanity in the most profound way to reawaken to the awareness, love, responsibility and oneness that is its true nature.

  • Reply adam warburton August 4, 2016 at 6:16 am

    We live in a conservative society for the most part – especially these days where we are being asked to produce evidence based scientific data for everything. Evidence based research is no longer the domain of the traditional institutions that rely so heavily upon its tenets such as medicine – but now finds itself being used in fields that traditionally relied on a more spherical approach to understanding. Psychology and education come to mind. Common sense is no longer adequate, and a teacher can no longer rely on her intuitive teaching style but must rather conform to what the data is telling her. This is in many ways to the detriment of the education system. These days everything is about the numbers. Unfortunately, numbers can be twisted, or at least the process of collating them can be. My point is that these days we are becoming over-reliant on evidence based science as being the only gauge by which we seek to understand life. In this current culture, it is a brave person indeed who seeks to present a hypothesis first – especially publicly – without first having the so called evidence. Even if they have cumulous amounts of qualitative data, that is not enough to prevent them from being ridiculed.

    This is a shame, because the truth is all science starts from a hypothesis, or theory, based on observation of the world around us. Yet these days we cannot present a hypothesis without having the evidence first, and if we do, we are subject not to ordinary criticism – which would be fair enough – but rather ridicule and bullying by those determined that we must live only according to the tenets of what is already proven. To me, that is limiting our ability to understand life – a most conservative approach that is no different to the shackles applied by the Catholic Church in the Dark Ages as they resisted any observation that was not purely based on their religious tenets.

    The fact is that the human body is inordinately complicated. Science to this day still struggles with the old causation versus correlation argument. In other words, despite working hard to control the process by which it produces data, it cannot eliminate all the variables. And yet, it is this very process that we treat as infallible and as the only way to seek answers to our many predicaments.

    Sometimes, it just takes someone to sit back, and use common sense to observe what is truly going on. Whilst the rest of the world was looking at genetics and environmental factors, Serge Benhayon stepped back, and said, what about lifestyle? What about the link between a lack of nurturing by a woman and breast cancer? Sure, it is in many ways only a hypothesis at the moment, but given the rise and rise of breast cancer, surely we should leave no stone unturned in our quest to discover the truth.

    • Reply Jo Elmer October 13, 2016 at 2:54 am

      I appreciate Adam’s common sense on this topic.

      We have been handing over total trust to doctors and empirical science but what about our own responsibility in checking on what feels true? Why do we continue to place other people’s findings as higher than what we know and feel ourselves? I feel it is just a game to avoid responsibility.

      Serge Benhayon is a role model of total responsibility.

      What Responsibility is to me: My ability to respond and make decisions based on what I know by choosing to be aware of and feel all there is to know about a given moment by using all my human perceptions and to know that I am accountable for my every decision and any and any repercussions thereafter, therefore I know I am accountable for basing my decisions on truth or on anything lesser than that truth.

      For me, real science or responsible science is to stop displacing our own responsibility onto others, onto the statisticians & test-tube-conclusions and pay attention to what we feel and know from life itself.

      Is it responsible to trade in our own common sense in order to listen to what others have found even when there have been so many harmful errors and short comings in the very methods of which we listen to?

      • Reply Natallija July 30, 2017 at 6:48 am

        The trust in our medical system without trusting ourselves and the responsibility aspect is a big part of the whole picture. There ‘fix it model’ asks little in delving into the root cause and what this means for us all in the long run with the statistics that are forever increasing.

        • Reply Chan Ly February 11, 2018 at 7:20 am

          Great point Natallija, I wonder if this is the reason why our healthcare system is overloaded because more and more people are falling ill, but not only that many people tend to heavily rely on the medical system to ‘fix and cure’ them. What would our healthcare system look like in 5 or 10 years time?

    • Reply Golnaz Shariatzadeh February 8, 2017 at 1:44 am

      For many years I have been noticing that it is those who are the most advanced in their field, be it in science, in the understanding of their topic, in a skill, a trade or even in politics, in effect those who are most comfortable within their own skin are the ones that appreciate new ideas which push out the boundaries. They welcome the possibility of a greater insight and a more productive approach. These people are neither defensive nor blocking of another person’s view even if they disagree with it. Yet in contrast those who are anxious of their position, because of limited understanding or skill, or perhaps it is just their own perception of themselves or life that leads to an insecurity, I have noticed that these are the ones that wish to hold the status quo rigidly and they are the ones that most vehemently attack and try to gag anyone who offers a new idea that may rock their precarious sinking boat. The drive for evidence based science pushed by a handful of people positioned in an influential spot has all the hallmarks of the latter.

    • Reply Janet March 3, 2018 at 5:44 pm

      Yes, agreed Adam. Serge Benhayon observes humanity by their movements, reading the harm we are doing to our bodies by living in ways that are loveless and create disharmony. From this perspective it is obvious that our daily choices will have an impact on illness and disease…no statistical studies required, just simple observation, a genuine love for humanity and a willingness to see the truth and take responsibility.

      • Reply jane Keep April 6, 2018 at 7:17 pm

        and that is why when we observe ourselves (without judgment) that we can if we are willing to be aware and honest see the trajectories we have placed ourselves on – a cause and effect relationship e.g. if I over eat for a period of time, my body will have to compensate and either put on extra weight or I may get diabetes or another malfunction. Similarly if I don’t go to bed when Im tired in the evenings over a period of time I will be tired, and will find sleeping less and less easy – these trajectories are there in plain sight for us all – but do we choose to observe them?

    • Reply Richard Mills March 18, 2018 at 6:05 pm

      Important points raised here by Adam. Firstly, it is my experience that common sense is something we ignore or belittle at our peril. I feel we will come to realise that ‘common sense’ is in fact a deep form of wisdom open equally to us all. Secondly, yes, all scientific discoveries begin with a hypothesis and it is crucial that we remain open to new possibilities. The scientist must be an open and honest explorer of life – and live with humility that knows that the next discovery might just change everything once believed to be true.

  • Reply Christine Hogan August 4, 2016 at 5:54 am

    The facts are there and have been proven, yet women still get caught up in behaviours that are disregarding of self and affecting their health. When someone close to us is the 1 in 8 experiencing breast cancer – do we look a little deeper into the cause and lifestyle of our sister, mother, friend or neighbour and ponder a way to more deeply nurture ourselves or, do we choose to believe that this is a random act that will never happen to us? Thanks Christoph for stating the facts – Serge Benhayon was right.

  • Reply Susan Green August 4, 2016 at 5:50 am

    Really interesting article looking at the reasons why breast cancer has increased to 1 in 8 women, thank you Christoph. Lifestyle plays a major part in illness and disease, so much could be prevented if we were to look at changing our diet, alcohol consumption, smoking etc, and taking more care of ourselves.

    Serge is very much in touch with what is going on in the world. He does’t need to rely on statistics for this, although they can be a useful guide. He treats enough women and has an amazing grasp of reality that he can present from the Truth he knows.

  • Reply Tim Bowyer August 3, 2016 at 11:19 pm

    Thanks for the statistics Christoph. Serge Benhayon predicted the rise in breast cancer a long time ago, and he was right. Serge Benhayon predicted the rise in other cancers and many other illnesses and he has been right about them too. In fact, everything Serge Benhayon has predicted, has come about. Maybe it’s time for western medicine and indeed the world, to take a closer look at this man called Serge Benhayon. It’s obvious he has answers that no-one else appears to!!

    • Reply Natallija January 6, 2017 at 10:49 am

      Great point raised here Tim. There is no coincidence in the predictions made by Serge Benhayon and what is happening right before our eyes. The power in what is offered by these predictions is also the reasons to why we are ill in the first place. There is no blaming another or the environment. It’s a plain old fashion way of looking at how we live that is pretty much void of basic self care and love.

    • Reply Chan Ly February 7, 2018 at 6:58 pm

      Great comment Tim, I agree it is obvious to me too that Serge Benhayon’s predictions have come true. It makes sense to me that we should utilise and maximise Serge Benhayon’s wisdom and intelligence as much as possible because I can also see that he has answers to life that many experts are scratching their heads about.

    • Reply Janet March 2, 2018 at 5:34 pm

      Well said, Tim. The problem is that we tend to persecute those who reflect the truth of how we are living and the unloving choices we are making. Let’s make sure we listen this time…Serge Benhayon is simply telling us what we already know inside.

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