THE WOMAN I AM
The Woman I Am Song by Michael Benhayon of Glorious Music
Natalie Benhayon of Esoteric Women's Health coordinated over 100 women to be a part of this land mark film clip that celebrates women and deeply honours women of all ages and all walks of life. The song, written by her brother Michael Benhayon is all the more profound as it is a gift for all women that comes from a man – a man who holds women in the high esteem and with the deep love that he shares about in the lyrics. Making the lyrics come to life is Miranda Benhayon who brings a richness and depth to the vocal that is full of the beauty in us all.
Beautifully edited by Simone Benhayon - the shots she has chosen capture the true beauty and essence of women the world over. There is a candidness and a joy in this clip that will see you play it again and again.
Share this clip with all the women in your life that you love.
Are You Deeply Nurturing Yourself?
Interview with Natalie Benhayon
August 12, 2014 By Cassie Clouser
Do you ever feel certain emotions during times of the month?
Do you have any symptoms, reactions, or patterns of behaviour?
There might be more than meets the eye when it comes to how you feel in your body. Find out why becoming aware of your physical and emotional patterns is essential to your health in this interview with Natalie Benhayon by Cassie Clouser.
In this episode Natalie shares:
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BY CHARLOTTE PORDAGE | PHOTO VIA
Back in August, I attended a presentation organised by Esoteric Women’s Health, titled ‘Women in Livingness.’ Initially I thought I would simply be learning how to improve my general health and well-being, but the lessons were far more profound.
One of the speakers was naturopath Nina Stabey, who began her presentation with a horrifying statistic: in 2010, a study of 160 girls in Florida, aged three to six, discovered that 50% were worried about being fat and 30% wanted to change something specific about their body.
This obsession with image is not just confined to young girls; eating disorders in adults have also skyrocketed as we fall for the ideals demanded by our culture. Nina explained that if we allow these ideals to dominate our lives, then we use food and drink to take away our suffering and eating becomes a stressed out response. We become prone to ‘disordered eating,’ (purging, under-eating, over-eating, chronic dieting, fasting) and fail to recognise that food is not the problem, it’s who we are as an eater.
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St Kilda News
By Renee Burns-Woods
When I first heard about the ‘Women in Livingness Presentation’; an all-day, women’s only event (and magazine launch) at Functions on Chapel, Prahran Town Hall, I knew I had to attend. I was intrigued by the catchline: ‘Awakening the True Woman,’ and I wanted to know more.
The event was hosted by founder, director and practitioner of Esoteric Women’s Health; Natalie Benhayon (also a practitioner under Universal Medicine), her dad, Serge Benhayon’s trusted organisation (by which Esoteric Women’s Health naturally evolved out of, and currently coincides), and superbly presented by herself and five other inspirational guest speakers, to be commended.
The Women in Livingness Presentation was an event, a string of mini presentations brought together, whereby real women (Esoteric Women’s Health practitioners and complimentary medicine professionals) from different personal and professional backgrounds – openly, honestly and admirably – shared their individual experiences, wisdom and advice, in united recognition, that support and change is needed to ease the “enormous amounts of pressure” unfairly placed on women in today’s modern society.
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