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​NATHALIE'S MEDITATIVE COLLECTIONS

​THE ​ART COLLECTIONS HAVE BEEN CREATED BY THE ARTIST AND MEDITATOR NATHALIE ISHIZUKA TO ​EXPRESS AND SHARE THROUGH ART - ​EXPERIENCES IN MEDITATION AND JOY OVER THE YEARS.   ​

NATHALIE'S ARTISTIC INTERPRETATIONS AND PAINTINGS OF TEACHINGS ARE HER OWN AND HER SOLE RESPONSIBILITY (ALL ERRORS IN INTERPRETATION OF ​TEACHINGS ARE MINE!).  

"SOME TIMES I AM THE MEDITATOR, SOMETIMES I AM THE ARTIST, SOMETIMES THE TEACHER, SOMETIMES THE STUDENT, ALWAYS IN JOY."    

                                                                                                    -- NATHALIE ISHIZUKA


HER INTENTION IS TO BRING PEOPLE THROUGH ART TO JOY, SIMPLICITY, ​ HUMILITY, TRANSPARENCE AND THE MAGIC OF MEDITATION AND MINDFUL TEACHINGS.  WHICHEVER ​ART ATTRACTS ​THE VIEWER AND IS BEST SUITED TO THEM AT THIS TIME IS RIGHT.  ​

THOSE INTERESTED IN BUYING ARTWORKS, TRAINING IN MEDITATION ​OR WISH TO EXPLORE LIFE AND ENERGY THROUGH MEDITATION OR ART PLEASE CONTACT NATHALIE:  INFO@BEYONDOURBEST.COM

​THE PHILOSOPHER AND POET DR. PAUL BRIOT COLLECTION ON

A NEW MEDITATIVE & VISIONARY ART

​7 Paintings ​Can be Currently Viewed in Singapore and 7 in Tokyo

6 Paintings found in Dr. Paul Briot's New 2018 Book Edition

​SHODO ARTIST:   SAISO SHIMADA

TEXT:   DR. PAUL BRIOT

​​MEDITATION:    NATHALIE ISHIZUKA

​SHAKUHATCHI MUSIC FOR PAINTINGS:   MASAKI NAKAMURA


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A Collective Work

​​Author Text:  Dr. Paul Briot

Shodo Artist: Saiso Shimada

Meditator: Nathalie Ishizuka

Musician:  Masaki Nakamura

​"A field of sunflowers, moving sculptures.  The flowers converse, look after one another, bow in all directions.  Eyelids of suns.  Us."

-The three texts in the columns above are by Dr. Paul Briot, philosopher, poet &. professor of Comparative Religion. Published by Editions Caracteres, Le Rayonnant, l'Art Vers L'infini, 2018.  I have had the good fortune to learn from him for the last 10 years, often talking 3 times a week.

The last edition of ​Paul's book involves QR codes that I created to allow one to view the paintings, read the text and (with the convenience of your earphones) listen to the original music that goes with each painting in the book.

Do order your beautiful copy of this limited visionary edition ​(visual-musical poetry on a new art) from the editor online​ while the colored copies last. Estimated price 10 Euros while they last.

The edition is in French. Publishers in English or Japanese contact us.

A Collective Work

Author Text:  Dr. Paul Briot

Shodo Artist: Saiso Shimada

Meditator: Nathalie Ishizuka

Musician:  Masaki Nakamura

​"A white bobbin quivers.  It links earth and sky.  A thread unites man with God.  We are that thread."

- The three paintings in the columns above are by the Shodo Master Saiso Shimada created after meditating with Nathalie Ishizuka on Dr. Paul Briot's Text.  Shimada has been meditating for many years ​ Qigong (Kikou) and Zen​ and ​​began meditating about 3-4x weekly with Nathalie in an intensive ​training ​only 3 years ago.  

We meditated in Samyama on different texts and on different themes ​using a method taught by my Raja yoga teacher.  ​

This method can be learned by other Artists using ​a step by step approach found in AYP (Advanced Yoga Practices) by Yogani.  

Shimada ​is ​also introducing ​to some of her students interested ​this AYP method to support the study of shodo with meditation traditionally taught with Zen.

A Collective Work

Author Text:  Dr. Paul Briot

Shodo Artist: Saiso Shimada

Meditator: Nathalie Ishizuka

Musician:  Masaki Nakamura

​"A purple cloud condenses into a rain of ideas."

- The original music pieces for the three paintings and texts in the columns above were created for each individual art ​piece ​by the Shakuhatchi Master Masaki Nakamura after meditating with Nathalie Ishizuka & Saiso Shimada. ​

​We meditated in Samyama on different texts and on different themes as taught by my Raja yoga teacher.  ​ 

This method of meditation can be learned by other Artists using ​a step by step approach found in AYP (Advanced Yoga Practices) by Yogani.

Talented masters or dedicated artists willing to train in meditation and to transform their art or discipline ​can contact Nathalie Ishizuka.  Others who are self motivated can begin on their own using Yogani's books.

Nathalie Ishizuka has meditated with Shimada for over 3 years 3-4x​ weekly. 

COLLECTIONS INSPIRED BY YOGIS, MASTERS IN THE ARTS,

AND MEDITATIVE TEACHERS

​​THE STEPHANIE SOLER COLLECTION

​THE FOUR ELEMENTS

​EARTH, WATER, FIRE & AIR

​ARTIST ​ &  MEDITATOR:   NATHALIE ISHIZUKA INSPIRED BY TRAINING OF STEPHANIE SOLER 

​(ALL MISTAKES AND INTERPRETATIONS OF TEACHINGS ​NATHALIE ISHIZUKA)


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​Spirit of the Earth

​Artist Nathalie Ishizuka, Acrylic, canvas, 61cm x80cm, 2020

An acrylic painting on wood panel by Nathalie Ishizuka ​with a meditation for the viewer ​on the Earth Element, a necessary element for grounding and being completely in the present moment.  

​The Earth element allows us to enjoy life, and is the cornerstone to health and manifestation of all of our creativity as well as the realization of our deepest aspirations.  

This painting ​captures an experience during a sunrise that lit up the sky and ​a ​feeling of beauty of the Earth in all things.

​​​​Mother Earth

Artist Nathalie Ishizuka, Acrylic, canvas, 92cm x122cm, 2020

​​Mother Earth by Nathalie Ishizuka invites you to change your conception of ​​who is your Mother and of the process of life itself.

Was this body really ever ours or is it borrowed by the earth and returned at the moment of our Death? What did you do with the loan you were given?  

How can you now ground yourself in the Earth and be an important part of change in this world. Meditation on how we can honor this body, our mother, creation and the earth itself.

​Intersections: Etre de Lumiere & Personage

​​Artist Nathalie Ishizuka, Acrylic, canvas, 92cm x122cm, 2020

Who are ​You?  

Regardless of what you believe ​the experience of this painting shifted ​my perspective. From our ​Theatrical Self to our Inspired Being, the painting captures our living transformation as we shift identities and balance our earth and water body with our fire and air body.  Full integration and alignment is a life long process and the ultimate art of life.  We are in constant vigililence. Constant balance and loving attention.

Artist Nathalie Ishizuka, The Resurrection Inside Us, Acrylic, canvas, 92cm x122cm, 2020.  

When we become stable like a mountain, external elements can not touch us.  The Earth is our mother, the Sun our father.  Everything in between the Holy Spirit.  This is only possible when we send love inside our hearts and become love itself.  When this state becomes a constant, we ​may experience ​a Resurrection, our own, with Christ living in our hearts.  ​We may become suns radiating love for all others.  Shall we ​experience ​such love?   It is up to us.  In this lifetime it ​may be possible.  To experience heaven on earth.  To each become a Sun.  To remove our illusions and ignorance.  Get ready for quite an adventure!  ​

​THE ​​YANN LIPNICK COLLECTION ON ENERGY

​PAINTINGS ​ON ENERGY AND THE HEART

​ ARTIST:   ​NATHALIE ISHIZUKA

​​MEDITATIONS TO ACCOMPANY PAINTINGS INSPIRED BY THE WORKS OF ​YANN LIPNICK


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​Ascending Doors

​Artist Saiso Shimada, ​Original Ink on Paper, ​2016

Our full body includes our physical body, our energy body, our emotional body, thoughts, soul and spirit.  It is far larger than we can imagine and with some time and training can be ​experienced.  This larger conception of the self and its connection with the full universe is the first step in discovering life again in all its ​magic, innocence and glory. 

​Explore: Be a Kid Again and View an Art piece with Joy

1.  Look at the Painting Ascending Doors by shodo Master, Saiso Shimada.  

2. Imagine the doors opening up senses you have always had ​that allow you to experience energy.   Have the intent to open your senses.  Intention in meditation is key.

3. Send love just above the physical heart inside your body.

4. Put your hands in front of you palms facing each other.  Repeat three times outloud the word "Litmé." This is a little like qigong as you say the words you are speaking to the cells in your body.  As you say it continue to send the high vibration of love inside the heart.  You can also say Litme the first time loudly, the second time less loud, the third time silently.  Or if you don't like saying words you don't understand, just focus on intent.

​5. See if you feel heat, tingling or increased sensation in the hands. If so you are ready to go!   If not, you may have ​minor blockages ​or wish to remove any watch or jewelry you have on and try again. Keep sending love to the heart for 2-3 minutes.  Play.  Don't take yourself seriously!

​Heart Cellular Intelligence

Artist Nathalie Ishizuka, Acrylic, Large canvas, 91cm x123cm, 2017

​This painting was done doing mantras.

​​​We explore the ​opening of the spiritual heart ​playfully and begin to sense the beauty within by setting the intent to awaken the Fire of the Heart.  This practice can be used to send our love to others, bless our food, or intensify prayer or meditation.

As our words have powerful intent,  we say three times outloud, "I activate the Fire of the Heart to the Maximum Level."   The first time loudly, the second time softly, the third time silently.

We ​can then send love inside just above the physical heart for 2-3 minutes or as long as you wish the mediation or experience to last. 

Although we use ​words in the Lipnick meditation and an image of the heart to ​assist in my studio, this can be done without either with a bit of practice and simply by intent.  ​

​Yann teaches with ​sounds that ​impact cells within the body, and although it is not difficult this can turn your understanding of reality upside down.  I​ ​don't teach this path, I just have some fun with my paintings and joy so people realize there is more than the 5 senses. To succeed in this path, one must have a pure heart of a child. Very few do, and the ego can be taken for a ride just as it can when one may begin to experience siddhis (even if these are not siddhis but normal human capacities that can surprise!). ​ ​For this reason, I see ​this path of knowledge as a start, ​and then you let go.  There is a different path with a similar result and less chance of you getting ​entrapped ​by your​ ego (which I call ​the way of the heart).

​Yann knows ​the importance of the heart and in one of his works, explains that the most important is not any technique he teaches but the focus on opening the heart and keeping it open.  

Through his teachings one can not deny the existence of energy and forms we never knew existed. That in itself is a tremendous contribution​.  But it may be too much for some to integrate.

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​​Unconditional Love

Artist Nathalie Ishizuka, Acrylic, ​VERY LARGE Canvas,  160cm x161cm, 2019

​​The theme of the heart never gets old.  This painting was done doing mantras.

​Our physical actions or postures have an impact on our whole nervous system but we are unaware that simply ​the way we hold our hands (for example facing up or down) can alter our state of being.

​For this meditation, place your hands in prayer position in front of your heart (just like you were praying in the Christian tradition or in the Namaste greeting ​traditionally in India).  This will begin to activate the Plexus of Love.

While you focus on the region just above the physical heart (a spot that connects the physical body, energy body, emotional body and mental body), send love inside.  

Say three times "Souyai." The first time loudly, the second time softly, the third time silently.

​Know if you do not use these words (these words have strong intent) that activate cells within the body, the experience may be less strong than with the use of ​the word "Souyai."  

​For a less intense experience you can just say, "I activate the plexus of the heart" holding your hands in prayer position.

Again, this is all kids play, a fun way to explore a painting and your heart. Don't take yourself too seriously.  Play in full humility without expectations.

​The willingness to explore, humility and the ​ability to play like a child is vital to life, to meditation and to new experiences, especially if you want to experience the energy of your heart.

This experience is different than the activation of the heart chakra and what you may know in the past. ​ It's purpose is just to let you know that life is an exploration and there is much yet to be discovered. Once you know that forget about technique.  Just be in your heart.  Send love inside ​in that spot throughout the day.  

You are sending love to you! And unless you yourself become love you not be able to express love to others.  

It may get a bit tiring so rest. Explore.​  Enjoy!

​THE ​SADHGURU COLLECTION

​​PAINTINGS INSPIRED BY SADHGURU

​SHODO ARTIST:   SAISO SHIMADA MEDITATING WITH NATHALIE ​TOGETHER, ISHA KRIYA

​PAINTING ARTIST:    ​​NATHALIE ISHIZUKA, ENERGY SOUTH INDIA

MEDITATIONS THAT INSPIRED PAINTINGS BY ​SADHGURU


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​​Sadhguru Meditation

​Artist: Saiso Shimada, Ink on Paper, Inspired by Sadhguru Mediation Isha Kriya, 2017

​Nathalie meditated with the artist Saiso Shimada on Isha Kriya.  Shimada later meditated that she was not the body, nor the mind and experienced a change of state as she was painting.  Notice the different energy in the writing.

​Energy South India

​Soak in the energy from Nathalie Ishizuka's stay in South India meditating with Sadhguru on a special night where the Indian Prime Minister and so many others ​were present. Harmonize the physical ​and spiritual.  Learn about different paths of the spirit. Find one that is suitable for you.

Sadhguru offers ​meditations and programs in yoga throughout the world.  He is involved in offering meditations to large numbers and has trained yogis and many volunteers teaching his method.  

Nathalie has gone through various trainings, and admires Sadhguru but is not a trained teacher of this method.  She shares this picture in gratitude to Sadhguru, his meditations, his approach, his energy, his life and service to all.

​THE ​YOGANI ​AYP COLLECTION

​ASANAS FOR MEDITATION, PRANAYAMA, SAMYAMA

​18 Shodo Paintings ​​to Illustrate Asanas for Meditation by Yogani

​SHODO ARTIST:   ​NATHALIE ISHIZUKA

​SELECTED ASANAS & SAMYAMA MEDITATIONS ​ON BODY INSPIRED BY ​YOGANI

​GRATITUDE TO MY AYP TEACHERS 200RYT YOGA COURSE IN THAILAND

TRISTAN DORLING, BLANCHE SERBAN, DEVRIM ZAHIR, & ALEX ​WEISS


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​Warm-up, head to heart

​Warm-up, arms to heart

​Warm-up, legs to heart

​​Knees to chest

​​Roll, right then left

​Kneeling seat

​Sitting, head to one knee

​​Sitting, head to both knees

​Shoulder stand

​Plow

​​Seal of yoga

​​Cobra

​​Locust

​Spinal twist

​​Abdominal lift

​Standing back stretch

​Standing toe touch

​Corpse pose

​THE ​DR. ​NIRMAL ​RAJ ​GYAWALI YOGI COLLECTION ​

​YOGI AND AYURVEDIC PHYSICIAN, PRANAYAMA, AYURVEDA

​Inspired Us in Three Artist-Yogi Events in Tokyo Hosting Us at His Studio for a Short Documentary Film by Haryun Kim

​SHODO ARTIST:   SAISO SHIMADA

​MEDITATION:   ​DR. NIRMAL RAJ GYAWALI

​​MEDITATION:    NATHALIE ISHIZUKA

​FILM DIRECTOR:    HARYUN KIM

​​SHAKUHATCHI MUSIC FOR PAINTINGS:   MASAKI NAKAMURA


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​​​Documentary Film on ​Artists and Meditation at Nirmal Yoga Studio

The day after ​​Saiso Shimada, the shodo artist, presented​ her works at the EU embassy private residence with Nathalie Ishizuka, meditator, and Masaki Nakamura, shakuhatchi player and several artists, they were asked by the documentary film artist Haryun Kim to share with them their process of art and meditation.  

Nirmal, who was one of the guests at the EU event and a teacher and friend of Nathalie invited​ us to his studio for a most beautiful day of meditation, art and film.  

Some of the meditations we had together were so strong the film maker got unexpectedly more than she bargained for during the shooting.  We had to pause, we took long breaks.  

We enjoyed that beautiful day together immensely and we hope Haryun will continue her beautiful film work.  Thank you Nirmal.

These artist-yogi sessions ​where Nirmal was introduced to other young Tokyo artists as well as a Chinese Qigong master Zhou Seika were a part of what made Tokyo so special.   "Everyone at that event from the novelist and designer to the film maker or shodo lover, left moved by Shimada's paintings, Masaki's music, Nathalie's presentation of their work together.  "That day together something special occurred in all of us," says Ishizuka.

​​Artists and Meditation in Japan

​Nirmal meditating at in Nathalie's office in Tokyo with the shaku-hatchi artist Masaki Nakamura, the shodo artist Saiso Shimada ​accompanied by Nathalie Ishizuka.

​​When Nathalie left Tokyo to move to Singapore it was important that the artists she found and worked with closely were able to continue meditation with a strong enlightened master should it be their wish ​or should they have questions or need support.  "Skype meditations across the globe could continue, but it is always good to be locally ​ supported,"  says Ishizuka, "especially with strong meditations or meditators."

​Nirmal ​provided invaluable guidance to Nathalie and her family with Ayurvedic ​consultations and Nathalie benefited at the end from a weekly treatment focusing on spiritual work.  "His ayurvedic treatments are simply unparellelled and the experiences I had were out of this world," says Ishizuka who at the time knew nothing of Ayurveda.  "It is rare to find an enlightened yogi who is also an advanced ayurvedic physician from a family of ayurvedic doctors.  "I am always lucky,"  says Ishizuka.  "Always in the best of hands."

"Nirmal also on a visit to Singapore showed Nathalie a meditation one can not find in books," she says with a grin.  "I am still working on that one!"  ​

​THE ​MICHAEL GLENN COLLECTION ​

​HATHA YOGA

​​​4 YEARS IN TOKYO, MOVEMENT

​​ARTIST:   ​NATHALIE ISHIZUKA


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​​​Man's Step Forward

​Choose an intention, what you seek most, and ​​why ​​MOVE ​at all.  It is not so much what you do, but how you do it that will transform your life. 

Hatha Yoga is one of those beautiful steps.  Thank you Michael for ​making my steps ​lighter in Tokyo. For keeping me in MOVEMENT.  Each step ​is ​​grounding. ​

Keep ​inspiring me to MOVE.  ​

I ran to you in the morning after too much meditation and would return home joyful and balanced in body and spirit.  Bliss! 

I recommend those who are fortunate to be in Tokyo ​to study hatha with Michael.  He will teach you hatha as a path in itself. Focus, presence in the moment, precision and ​the wisdom and truth of the body in movement.  All joy. 

​​Hatha Yoga at Yoga Tree, Tokyo Hiroo

​​Artist Nathalie Ishizuka, card black ink, red pen to my teacher and friend Michael Glenn who helped me with hatha yoga and with my countless projects in Japan with his creative writing, analytic skills and friendship.

Gratitude to ​you and ​your formidable hatha yoga classes and studio in Tokyo that was my second home.  You are a beautiful and inspiring teacher.

I am happier for having ​​known you.

​THE ​VIKRAM COLLECTION ​ON THE BODY

​TO A HATHA YOGI WHO TAUGHT HIMSELF EVERYTHING

​​GRATITUDE FOR HATHA TRAINING, ​PRIVATE CLASSES & HELPING ME TEACH

​​ARTIST:  ​NATHALIE ISHIZUKA


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​THE ​NIKAM GURUJI YOGA COLLECTION

​INTERNAL CLEANSING "SHAT-KARMAS," HATHA AND 3 YEARS OF PRANAYAMA

​GRATITUDE TO NIKAM GURUJI, KARTHIK AND PARTICULARLY SAM 

FOR HELPING ME MOVE AND KEEPING ME IN THE INTERMEDIATE CLASS EVEN IN A WHEEL CHAIR

​ ARTIST:   ​NATHALIE ISHIZUKA


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​THE ​UNKNOWN YOGI COLLECTION

​TO ALL YOGIS WHO IN HUMILITY ​CHOOSE NOT TO BE KNOWN

​Raja Yoga Collection in Gratitude to my Unknown Teacher

TEN YEARS AND THEN SOME

​SHODO ARTIST:   ​NATHALIE ISHIZUKA

​INSPIRED MEDITATIONS:   ​UNKNOWN YOGI


​Lotus Petal Meditation

​​This painting by Nathalie Ishizuka is about the soul blossoming after March 11, 2011. ​ ​It is a meditation on the petals of the soul that include knowledge, compassion and liberation. Each petal has several sub-petals and samyama can be used to explore one's soul.

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​​​​Jewel of the Lotus

​​This painting by Nathalie Ishizuka is about the jewel of the lotus which ​she experiences like a sharp edged part of the soul that can transcend and pierce all things in full transparency.  In this painting the spirit is painted sharp as a sword -- and piercing three peaches. Each peach represents a crisis: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Fukushima.  The spirit transcends all and elevates.

​​Earth and Sun

​​This painting by Nathalie Ishizuka is about the earth and its intimate link with the Sun (the eye).  ​​The sun is the source of all light on the planet and illuminates the earth and all on it. Within each of us, just above the physical heart is also a sun - our spirit that radiates far beyond this earth.  Between the earth and sun lies all ​of us who must elevate our consciousness individually and collectively.

Start Your Day ​MEDITATING, CREATING.

​​​EVERY DAY YOU ARE THE CREATOR OF YOUR LIFE, YOUR REALITY, MAKE IT BEAUTIFUL.

​LIFE IS ART.  ​PAINT.  MEDITATE.  PLAY MUSIC. CREATE.  DANCE.  MOVE.  RELEASE.  EAT.  JOY.

​BE CURIOUS.  INVENT.  ENJOY

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​6 Interactive Musical Meditative Paintings on Your Mobile.  Bring Your Earphones to Gallery! ​


​The Latest Texts on visionary art that will move your spirit by the Belgian Philosopher Dr. Paul Briot.   Meditative Paintings on these texts by Shodo Master Saiso Shimada. Original Music Created for Each ​Painting and Text by Masaki Nakamura.  

There are 7 more paintings by Saiso Shimada on 7 texts by Dr. Paul Briot which exist in Tokyo.  Help us bring them to Singapore to create a larger exhibit in an innovative museum ​in the hub of Asia.  ​

​​​The First Meditative Art Gallery.  Book Your Online Experience Now.


​Select Your Painting.  ​​Each has a different theme and a different meditative experience.  ​Explore, see which painting Attracts You.  Choose to delve deeper into a few paintings depending on your preferences and time.  Make your life ​as you dream it. Take ​a fun first steps to create a life of inspired action and curiosity.  



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​--H. Jackson Brown, JR.

Nathalie Leiko Ishizuka

​Artist, meditator ​& Director of Beyond OUr BEst ​

Director Beyond Our Best, Worked over 30 years on a Psychology of Health and Happiness, Artist, Writer, Individual & Societal Change, Certified Yoga Teacher of Advanced Yoga Practices. Works with Individuals & International Organizations.

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M.A.L.D. Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy (admin in cooperation with Harvard), M.B.A. HEC, B.A. Amherst College, summa cum laude, Article 9 of Japanese Constitution. Keio University & Seishin Joshi Gakuin exchange.  ​SELF TAUGHT ARTIST.   ​Co-founded movement with 90 year old Belgian Philosopher and Poet, Dr. Paul Briot, who sees crisis as an opportunity to Re-Invent Ourselves and ART as a means to ​Elevate, Inspire and Transform. Works ​across disciplines including with ​Artists, Scientists, Economists (including Nobel Prize), Doctors (over 30 years with ​Dr. Yukio Ishizuka on an Approach to Happiness, Excellence and ​Well-being), CEOs, Businessmen & Entrepreneurs​,  Diplomats ​facilitated with Yukio Ishizuka training ​and talks on excellence and well-being at EU Embassy TokyoBritish Embassy Tokyo, Harvard Club Tokyo​​​​​ and ​taught meditation ​to Ambassadors, Diplomats and their spouses at ​Yoga Studios and privately, ​assists Yogis to innovate across disciplines, practices creative brainstorming with scientists, including MIT professor​ and ​ Scientist Sahrawi Chaieb on an application of an alogorithm for Black Holes to Flat Screen Technology, ​creative brainstorming with Architects such as Toyo Ito on projects for Fishermen up north and children's park in Fukushima, ​meditated with ​Shaku-Hatchi Musician Masaki Nakamura to create 6 New Original Songs, ​​wrote and illustrated a fable for Nihon Buyo Master Wakayagi Sensei to create Kizuna Dance in Fukishima Theme Cafe, ​brainstormed with member of Japanese Cabinet with the ​founder of Suicide Prevention in Japan Yukio Saito for societal change, ​​assisted in bringing ​well-being, yoga, ​osteopathy and mental health training to innovate with joy at an Orphanage in Japan, work with Societal Visionaries ​on Fukushima and Crisis Spots ​-- ​those who who can change us from WITHIN. ​ Nathalie ​sought out and worked with artists for 4 years in Japan to work on project of Elevation in Art after crisis, Meditated for over 3 years with the Shodo Master Saiso Shimada 3-4x a week via skype (Tokyo - Singapore - Europe) to create a new art ​resulting in Shimada's works being published in Paul Briot's 2018 edition by Editions Caracteres. Facilitated several Exhibits by ​Shimada at the EU Private Residence in Tokyo, Private Gallery in Paris, a month long exhibit at the Japanese Embassy in Brussels, exhibits in Ginza Tokyo, and upon rendez vous only soon in the first Meditative Gallery in Singapore.  Nathalie's own artistic works have been shown in two month long exhibits in New York, Beijing China, In EU Tokyo Residence​, and in the Meditative Gallery in Singapore.  Works across disciplines to create something entirely new. ​

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