with Ing. Helmut Pilhar (father of Olivia)
the lecturer, appointed by Dr. Hamer / Translation by John Holledauer
To know the biological handedness is at least as important as to know one’s sex. It can be determined with the help of the so-called clapping test! The biological handedness indicates the partner and mother/child side and can never change in life.
The learning goal is to be able to understand
– why the affected person always has the symptoms on one side of the body and not on the other.
– What determines biological handedness?
– What distinguishes left-handed from right-handed people?
– How can you still find out the biological handedness if the clapping test fails?
– What about the footness or eyeness?
– What influence do hormones have on biological handedness?
Learn more about this in the one and a half-hour educational video.
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