Nataša Pantović is a Serbian / Maltese Author, Adoptive Parent, Management Consultant and Consciousness Researcher that lives in Malta.
Conscious Parenting is AoL #5 Course designed for parents. We use Transformation Tools and Exercises to help parents get in touch with Child's soul while dealing with kids. Exploring the magic work with: Soul's Diary, Spiritual Parenting Diary, Developing Parenting Virtues, Meditations, Rhythm, Day-to-day Routine, Happy Family Structure, Cultivating Relationships, etc. the course explores some very inspiring exercises to examine the mind, subconscious and conscious thoughts, emotions, relationships.
Published Author since 1991 with a Self Help Legal Framework of Cooperatives Law, published in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. With AoL team has authored / co-authored 9 AoL Mindfulness Books that have been received by audience as a huge success. In 2018 the book was voted as one of 5 of the best Personal Development Courses for kids and parents and have been on a number of Goodreads users lists for the Best Books for Parents. The book excerpts were published in the Sunday Times of Malta as Alternative Education Articles and the Wikihow views of the book excerpts of the articles hit the 800,000 views.
The early eMalta years saw a heavy investment by Government in its ICT infrastructure to transform Malta into an Information Society. As Management Consultant working within the MEU, in the Office of Prime Minister, Nataša worked on large number of Government consulting projects.
After helping Father George build a school in a remote area of Ethiopia, Nataša entered the most amazing world of parenting adopting two kids from Ethiopia as a single mum. Her kids are her best conscious parenting teachers. Ema and Andrej train basketball, play music, act within Music Theater Group and were Chess Champions of Malta.
While heading a large UK IT company (Crimsonwing, later KPMG), in charge of its Management Consultancy and Business Development, expanding the company's markets in Europe, as a woman IT Executive, she traveled through more than 50 countries and lived in 5: UK, New Zealand, Holland, Serbia and Malta. Volunteering she organized six Body Mind Spirit Festivals in Malta, an International Vegetarian Festival, a Children Festival, and 10 days Temples Conference. She regularly writes about variety of self-development topics with Times of Malta.