Author Archives: Melvin Morse

About Melvin Morse

Melvin L Morse MD, a former Pediatric Intensivist, was a pioneer in Near Death Research, particularly in children. His books Closer to the Light, Transformed by the Light and Where God Lives: How Our Brains are connected to the Universe, are International Best Sellers. He has post graduate training in Neuroscience from the University of Washington. He was an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the U of W for 20 years. He is a neuroscientist and Board Certified Pediatrician. Dr. Morse was honored by Best Doctors as being one of the best Pediatricians in America from 1996-2006. He has numerous teaching awards and honors. He has published extensively in the medical literature on near death experiences, consciousness, and Reiki/energetic healing. He currently is in part-practice of Pediatrics in Delaware. He and his wife run the SpiritualScientific Institute, a small consciousness research group. They have been honored by the World Health Organization for their recent research and are presenting at the upcoming Science of Consciousness 2011 Conference in Stockholm. Dr. Morse's current research interests include 1) Spiritual Neuroscience: an understanding the hardware of spiritual understandings 2) Controlled Remote viewing, which he considers to be a window into the near death experience. 3) The right temporal lobe, our "god spot" which connects our brains to the divine. This “god spot” has been more recently been extended by Mario Beauregard MD to be the “Spiritual Brain”. His book Spiritual Brain presents a greater understanding of our brain as a filter of consciousness. 3) Reiki and energetic healing 4) Applications of near death experiences to death and dying, hospice and our cultural understanding of death 5) Medical applications of remote viewing. Dr. Morse lives with his wife and two children in Lower Slower Delaware. He and his wife are one of the few civilian remote viewing teams in the United States.

Angela Ronson Part 1: Not a Vegetable at All, but a White Crow

There are only a handfull of patients who have recovered from such prolonged comas. Most of those, after awakening, oddly enough died soon afterwards. Most of the rest were left with profound handicapps, unable to walk or even move their limbs. Yet Angela is an alert lively woman with a great sense of humor and determined positive outlook on life. She is actively blogging and tweeting. She primarily is helping others to have a positive outlook on brain injury and stroke. Most of her blogs give practical advice on rehabilitation and dealing with the government. She has developed an impressive network of cutting edge brain researchers, and is particular well versed in functional neurogenesis.

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You’ve Had a Near Death Experience: Now What?

The reader’s question was whether or not she should work in a hospice or hospital to share her understandings from the NDE with others. In fact, there are so many opportunities to share this knowledge. It is best if we are patient, don’t force anything, and let the Universe come to us and teach us what to do next.
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Healing Grief with Meditation/Ritual

Melvin L Morse MD (spiritualscientific.com) Previously I wrote about a woman whose son had died several years before.  She was searching for understanding of his death, even though he appeared to her nightly at the foot of her bed.  His … Continue reading

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Non Local Perceptions in the Treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome

Melvin L Morse MD (spiritualscientific.com) How could understanding Near Death Experiences (NDEs) and Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) possibly lead to treatments for Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSS)? That certainly seems like an amazing stretch! In fact, once we understand the basic … Continue reading

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NDE Required to Rule Ancient Egypt?

Warning: This blog really contains rank speculation, and lots of fun!  On the other hand, I published this first in Closer to the Light almost 20 years ago. I have gotten dozens of letters which go like this: “I am … Continue reading

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Neuroscience and Spirituality: Introduction

@Jsnsndr For Dummies: An Introduction Melvin L Morse MD (spiritualscientific.com) (Please note Dr. Snyder has absolutely no responsibility for the content of this blog.  I am using him as an example of a cutting edge brilliant neuroscientist and my opinion … Continue reading

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Hawaiin Healer Kahuna Jim: Laughter and Lomilomi Workshop

Dr. Morse takes Kahuna Jim’s Laughter and Bodywork Workshop (Just for a laugh) “The gig is rigged. So laugh a lot. Laughter breaks the tension of not knowing” – Kahuna Jim I love this man, and his approach to body … Continue reading

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Carbon Dioxide and NDEs

“The brevity of treatment will make this therapy so inexpensive that even poor patients can afford it. It will be a new and satisfactory treatment used widely by General Practionners” Continue reading

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My Personal “Proof” of God

Melvin L Morse MD (spiritualscientific.com) My Mentor, Frank Oski MD, at Johns Hopkins once told me of a miracle that happened to him: He then said, “I don’t expect you to believe my miracle story.  I do ask that you … Continue reading

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