Anat Baniel (M.A. Clinical Psychology) has established an international reputation as one of the world's
leading authorities in finding ways to access the brain to overcome pain and limitation, increase vitality, and help children
with special needs make the impossible possible.
The body is built to work as one
harmonious unit with the brain at the helm as its Chief Executive Officer. So it
stands to reason that if we look at how this CEO handles its day-to-day
functions, we can improve the quality of the whole team. That reasoning is one
of the key principles behind the Anat Baniel Method.
According to Anat Baniel, clinical psychologist and creator of the method, our
brain functions in one of two modes – learning or non-learning. Most of us only
use our non-learning mode. We don’t think about how we walk or pick up a glass;
we just do it. But in order to be productive, we need to force our brains to
stop giving us the same-old, same-old. We need to ask it to give us a different
and better pattern.
And in this audio, you’ll hear how to spark your brain into giving you those
kinds of new patterns. You’ll Also Hear . . .
• Simple – sometimes even illogical – ways to strengthen the brain by “making
mistakes on purpose”
• How to take the sting out of your aches and pains by reducing the force you
use on muscles in everyday activities
• A simple exercise to do while you listen to this audio that will have you
instantly seeing greater results in your body’s flexibility (probably more than
you have in the last 10 years!)
• The real secret behind Albert Einstein’s genius
• A quick look at why we age and how to keep your brain youthful and growing
• Examples of how this method is being used to achieve unheard-of, breakthrough
results for disorders like cerebral palsy, aspergers, and autism
• One family’s journey with cerebral palsy and exactly how Anat’s Method is
helping them see the kind of dramatic results they never got from traditional
With This Method, Being Lazy Is Actually Good.
Most people simply try too hard to get their muscles, their relationships and
their creativity to do more and more. This is actually counterproductive. If you
reduce the effort with which you do things, your brain will be forced to give
you a better and easier way. And in this audio, you’ll hear how to train your
brain to give you the most efficient ways possible.