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One barrier to understanding nonlocal phenomena such as near death experiences and remote viewing is that we do not, as yet, have a comprehensive scientific model for such experiences. At the Institute for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, this is one of our priorities Continue reading
At long last, I can look my grieving parents in the eye, and speak to them with the confidence of a scientist: “Yes, your vision that your departed child returned and told you not to cry was real.” It is as real as math, as real as love, as real as information science.
I shook John Peters hand, and silently cried. So many of my patients died. The handful who survived told me that they had a wonderful secret to share with me, that when they were dead, they were still alive. Continue reading
SPIRITUAL NEUROSCIENCE Melvin L Morse MD (spiritualscientific.com) There has a been a quiet brain revolution going on in neuroscience, in the past ten years, one that will change everything we know about spirituality and the brain. While the general … Continue reading
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
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
@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
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