I hope you are enjoying the lift of tuning your nervous system to the highest and best within you!
Understand that your nervous system is like a finely tuned instrument. There is a whole symphony orchestra under your nose. As we learn to use meditation to become a skilled conductor of our nervous system, we learn to tune ourselves to play the beautiful music of our being. This increase in personal presence reminds us each day of the gift this life actually is. It is my passion to help people remember their beauty.
You see, when we take our last breath in this life, and transition to the next, people who have had near-death experiences report that all our angst disappears and all we have is gratitude for this life. We will experience gratitude for all the joys and sorrows. Today’s guest joins with me when he says, “Why wait?” We can use meditation to experience these sublime states now!
Today’s guest is someone who knows this beauty and lives it well. Dr. Scott Taylor, EdD, is a near-death researcher and President and Executive Director of the Monroe Institute based in the beautiful blue ridge mountains of Virginia with multiple locations around the globe.
I hope you enjoy our conversation. I know I did!
Enjoy your day, Bethany
Dr. Scott Taylor has dedicated over 30 years to exploring the field of near-death experience (NDE).
His first-hand encounter with a shared NDE occurred in 1981 and he has been committed to researching others’ experiences and raising awareness ever since.
A known researcher and speaker in the field of NDE studies, Scott wrote his doctoral dissertation on Near-Death Experiences: Discovering and living in unity.
Dr. Taylor is a skilled trainer for The Monroe Institute. He is author and voice of five best-selling CDs from Hemi-Sync, the “Into the Light” series. He also is the creator and facilitator of Monroe’s 5-day “NDE Intensive” which uses the pathways laid down by NDErs to explore states of consciousness.
He serves on the board of the International Association for Near-Death Studies and continues to co-moderate their annual conference.
Scott Taylor, Ed.D. is a small business mentor and educator. An accomplished business leader and former CEO, he is skilled in a broad range of leadership and business issues.
He earned his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and his doctorate in Education from the University of St. Thomas. He also holds a degree in spiritual counseling from the New Seminary.
When not immersed in NDEs, Scott is passionate about the sport of curling and all things Scottish. For his 60th birthday, he committed to wearing a kilt every day during 2014.
He is married to the love of his life, Anne Hunter, and they make their home in the frozen north