Honolulu, HI, August 21, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Suffering from seasonal depression in Hawaii, Professor Morton, who trained at Wisconsin, MIT, and Harvard, said he sought many avenues for relief, some being chemical. After self-testing over 40 psychoactive compounds, he said he "struck gold in the form of multiple hallucinogen-induced 'ego death and transcendence' experiences." While his ego was thus incapacitated, Dr Morton observed that he "experienced the discharge of impacted traumatic memories, as he saw his life flash before his eyes." Then, he said "he became aware of the profound, sublime consciousness of a brain element, normally suppressed by the Ego." According to Dr. Morton, "This social brain 'Source' gave many startling but intuitively more accurate approximations about life, universe, and reality."
Dr. Morton said that since this inner Source appeared to have his purpose, his plan, and the ability to accomplish it, he surrendered himself to it. Then, he said "His Source directed him obtain experimental evidence to support the accuracy of these revelations, including the 21 paradigm shifts described in this book." Dr. Morton reports that thus far he has published ten peer-reviewed neuroscience research reports confirming these new ideas. In this book, Dr. Morton asserts "that ways are clarified to produce a similar transformation in the reader: from a smart, but suffering primate into a wise, happy human being."
Dr. Morton states that "Neuroreality is a transformational context for existence bridging brain and mind, science and religion. It is a 4,000 year upgrade of religion based upon the scientific method that clarifies the multiple natures of consciousness and of reality." This book is available from Amazon.com.
Some comments about “Neuroreality”:
“Dr. Morton should be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his brilliant and thought-provoking work, 'Neuroreality.' Not since Darwin has such a world-changing wealth of new ideas come to challenge our knowledge of the universe, life, and the workings of the human mind!” - E. A. Hankins III, MD, UCLA School of Medicine, Founder of The World Museum of Natural History, Riverside, California
“A major contribution by a pioneering neuroscientist to grounds for thinking that a killing-free world is possible." - Glenn D. Paige, Ph.D., Author of Nonkilling Global Political Science, Founder of the Center for Global Nonviolence.
"Even if only half of Dr. Morton's ideas turn out to be empirically supported, he will still have made an unparalleled contribution to the understanding of human behavior at many levels." - Michael P. Kelley, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Washington, D.C. USA.
Contact: Bruce E. Morton, email@example.com
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