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The Nathal® Impact     

Brin­ging fee­lings and mind into har­mo­ny and activat­ing untap­ped talents

Brain phy­sio­lo­gi­cal mea­su­rements on NATHAL® vol­un­te­ers con­firm that the trai­ning activa­tes new brain action pro­files in a very short time. New dimen­si­ons of thin­king and expe­ri­en­cing open up (Sci­en­ti­fic Con­si­de­ra­ti­on).


NATHAL® enab­les the active use of our intui­ti­ve abi­li­ties — what other­wi­se only hap­pens by chan­ce as a good idea can be spe­ci­fi­cal­ly brought about by the NATHAL® exer­ci­ses. With NATHAL®, ans­wers to com­plex ques­ti­ons are cap­tu­red spe­ci­fi­cal­ly through intui­ti­on. The­se insights always have a direct, emo­tio­nal­ly tan­gi­ble per­so­nal con­nec­tion, and can be imple­men­ted direc­t­ly in ever­y­day life.

A fixed sequence of cer­tain men­tal exercises/visualizations leads to a the­ta and del­ta activa­ti­on of the brain. The brain fre­quen­ci­es gra­dual­ly chan­ge, which results in the syn­chro­ni­za­ti­on of the right and left hemi­s­phe­res of the brain. The tuning in to a syn­chro­nous coope­ra­ti­on of both brain hemi­s­phe­res makes it pos­si­ble to pro­be into com­ple­te­ly new thought struc­tures.

Through the Nat­hal® method it is pos­si­ble to modi­fy the vibra­tio­nal level of the respec­tive per­son in such a way that they gain access to are­as of con­scious­ness that exist bey­ond our visi­ble, mate­ri­al world and the per­son can estab­lish a dia­lo­gue (SUPRA-DIALOG) with other levels of reality/dimensions. The attu­nement to the respec­tive source of infor­ma­ti­on takes place via the emo­tio­nal level.

As a result of the trai­ning the­re is an increa­se in men­tal abi­li­ties, which leads to pro­blem sol­ving (pri­va­te and pro­fes­sio­nal), know­ledge and per­for­mance maxi­mi­za­ti­on as well as to an increa­se in the abi­li­ty to think and last but not least to the detach­ment from out­da­ted thought models and beha­vi­or pat­terns, which hin­der us in our deve­lop­ment.

Think out of the Box!”




Edel­gard Chris­ti­na Bau­mann

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