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 Dr. Melvin Morse, M.D., is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington. He has studied near-death experiences in children for 15 years and is the author of several outstanding books on the subject: "Closer to the Light, Transformed by the Light, Parting Visions, his latest book, Where God Lives. He is primarily interested in learning how to use the visions that surround death to heal grief. The stories that children have told him about what it is like to die have lessons for all of us, especially those attempting to understand the meaning of death or the death of a child.

Pretty interesting stuff, I found it on a website:  www.near-death.com and www.spiritualscientific.com .  I am surprised to find out how many doctors and scientists are seriously researching N.D.E.'s and reporting their results with an open mind to all posibilities. What really impressed me with Dr. Morse was the following comments from the near death website: "Dr. Morse argues that the study of NDEs provides a starting point for understanding the mysterious link between our brains and the universe. Though sound scientific studies have already identified the existence of "the God Spot" - the right temporal lobe of the brain - Morse takes this concept several steps further. Building on the controversial theory that memory may actually be stored outside the brain, he suggests that the right temporal lobe acts not as a "computer" for our individual minds, but as a transmitter and receiver of the universal mind - and that we can actually learn to stimulate this part of our brains in a number of ways besides near-death or active dying. The challenge, he says, is to learn how to integrate the rational (left) and spiritual (right) sides of our brains."

Also this week I delve into soul levels.  Are you an old soul?  Also I share a couple of stories regarding my father just before he passed in 1984 in Madison Wisconsin.  Have you ever had a near death experience, or know someone who has?  Do you have a story to tell?

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