Dr. Melvin Morse
Science and spirituality are not mutually exclusive, Dr. Morse explains. Discover how neuroscience supports rather than refutes the reality of the NDE.
Join Melvin and learn about the science of NDEs and what it teaches us about about the reality of the NDE experience and our vast creative and intuitive potential.
Spiritual neuroscience is the scientific study of the brain as a spiritual tool to help our consciousness learn lessons of love. For example, we know that our right brain processes billions of bits of information every second.
Our left brain, our internal narrator, our chattering monkey within, only uses 10,000 bits of information per second to create this reality. Yet we think that what we see and hear is all there is to life! Our brain serves as a reducing valve to filter the otherwise overwhelming billions of bits of information.
Our ego is in fact our "little" brain.
Of course we need an ego to interact and function within this reality. We must be able to analyze and use judgment in order to learn our lessons of love.
We can also to learn to use our spiritual brain to access the billions of bits of information that we directly access from the "mind of God." This vast informational field inspires and increases greater creativity, insight, and intuition.
You can learn to use your brain to facilitate your spiritual gifts, just as a great musician learns to play a musical instrument.
Dr. Melvin Morse
Melvin was voted by his peers as one of "America's Best Doctors" in 1997–1998, 2001–2002, and 2005–2006. He has published numerous scientific articles in medical journals over the course of his thirty-year career as well as a number of bestselling books, including his best-known Closer to the Light. Morse has appeared on radio and television programs to discuss his extensive research on near-death experiences in children.
Morse practiced pediatrics in Renton, Washington for 20 years. He retired from the full-time practice of Pediatrics in 2006. In 2007, Morse became the Research Director of the Institute for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ISSC) founded by Charles Tart in 1979. While Director of ISSC, he was awarded the Warcollier International Prize for consciousness research in 2011.
Melvin has written five books Closer to the Light, Transformed by the Light, and Parting Visions, Where God Lives and he co-authored Spiritual Sight with psychic medium Isabelle Chauffeton Saavedra. He is currently doing research into the applications of intuition to the medical field using an approach he calls applied remote viewing.